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- Di-Bing Sun; Yin-Quan Liu; Li Qin; Jing Xu; Fang-Fang Li; Shu-Sheng Liu
- Bulletin of entomological research 2013 v.103 no.3 pp. 344-353
- Bemisia tabaci; cabbage; cotton; crops; field experimentation; host plants; imidacloprid; laboratory experimentation; pepper; pesticide application; soil drenching; surveys; tomatoes; China
- ... The cryptic species Middle East-Asia Minor 1 (MEAM1), formerly referred to as ‘B biotype’, of the whitefly Bemisia tabaci complex entered China in the mid 1990s, and the Mediterranean (MED) cryptic species, formerly referred to as ‘Q biotype’, of the same whitefly complex entered China around 2003. Field surveys in China after 2003 indicate that in many regions MED has been replacing the earlier i ...
- Olivier Gnankine; Guillaume Ketoh; Thibaud Martin
- International journal of tropical insect science 2013 v.33 no.2 pp. 99-106
- Bemisia tabaci; biotypes; cotton; cryptic species; cytochrome-c oxidase; genetic markers; geographical distribution; mitochondria; pest management; pests; population dynamics; sympatry; vegetables; Benin; Burkina Faso; East Asia
- ... Bemisia tabaci Gennadius is a major pest on cotton and vegetable plants in Africa. It is considered as a cryptic species complex. Identification of the most damaging species such as the Middle East–Asia Minor 1 (B biotype) and Mediterranean (MED) (which contains the Q and Africa silverleaf (ASL) biotypes) species represents an important step towards the management of B. tabaci. Some data on the ge ...
- Guo Jian-Ying; Wu Gang; Wan Fang-Hao
- Journal of economic entomology 2013 v.106 no.3 pp. 1379-1385
- Bemisia tabaci; cotton; cryptic species; cultivars; fecundity; females; gossypol; insect pests; integrated pest management; life history; pest control; population growth; survival rate
- ... Use of plant secondary metabolic compounds is an important method for insect pest control. In this study, the survival, development, and reproduction of Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius) (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) MEAM1 cryptic species were compared over two consecutive generations on three cotton cultivars of different gossypol levels. Both cotton cultivar and generation significantly affected the fitness ...