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- Ramos, Rodrigo Soares, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Agricultural systems 2019 v.173 pp. 524-535
- Bemisia tabaci; Solanum lycopersicum; Tomato yellow leaf curl virus; biotypes; climate change; climate models; climatic factors; crops; geographical distribution; invasive species; prediction; production technology; risk assessment; tomatoes; viruses
- ... Species distribution models (SDMs) are valuable for the information they provide to reduce the potential negative effects of climatic factors on agricultural production systems. Such information may be used to prevent the entry and spread of invasive species in new areas, as well as to monitor regions with current occurrence. This is the first study of Tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV) global ...
- Ramos, Rodrigo Soares, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- International journal of biometeorology 2019 v.63 no.3 pp. 281-291
- Bemisia tabaci; Solanum lycopersicum; bioclimatology; climate models; climatic factors; crops; geographical distribution; growth and development; insects; meteorological data; pests; population density; seasonal variation; tomatoes
- ... The whitefly, Bemisia tabaci, is considered one of the most important pests for tomato Solanum lycopersicum. The population density of this pest varies throughout the year in response to seasonal variation. Studies of seasonality are important to understand the ecological dynamics and insect population in crops and help to identify which seasons have the best climatic conditions for the growth and ...