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Biology of the mulberry defoliator glyphodes pyloalis (Wlk.).

R. N.* Mathur

Biology of the mulberry defoliator glyphodes pyloalis (Wlk.).

by R. N.* Mathur

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Published by F. R. I. in Delhi .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesIndian Forest Bulletin : -- n.s. no.273
The Physical Object
Pagination6 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14695199M

Beautiful Glyphodes Glyphodes pyloalis (Walker, ). Family: Crambidae Subfamily: Pyraustinae. Abstract. Neem-based insecticides, which have many biological properties, were evaluated for effects on growth, food intake, survival, and nutritional indices of Spodoptera eridania (Stoll), an important pest of crops in the western hemisphere. Short-term consumption of food treated with neem-derived insecticides by second-instar larvae resulted in suppressed feeding, retarded weight gain, and.

Mulberry leaves are used to feed silkworms and cattle, bark is used to make paper, and the fruit of mulberry trees is used as a food supplement for domestic chickens and hogs. Owners of orchards even plant mulberry trees as a decoy to keep birds from feeding on their fruit trees, because the birds prefer the fruit of the mulberry trees. The mulberry tree is a storied tree with a fascinating history. Chinese legend has it that the wife of an ancient emperor was the inventor of silk, and the silk cultivating process dates back between six and seven thousand years in China. Silkworms consume mulberry leaves, so as a result the mulberry tree became critical to Chinese economy and.

each mulberry garden for 2 annual cycles i.e. from June () - May () with more or less monthly periodicity. Fig 1: Collection site of mulberry insect defoliators from Aurangabad district, Maharashtra, India. 2. Collecting Methods: Different defoliator insect pests were collected from mulberry. Mulberries are a gift to yourself, your kids and grandkids, song birds, wildlife, livestock, and the world in general. There really are very few trees that can match the generosity of a mulberry. So, plant lots of them, the world is only better for their presence. If you liked this article, check out my book .


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Biology of the mulberry defoliator glyphodes pyloalis (Wlk.) by R. N.* Mathur Download PDF EPUB FB2

Biology of the mulberry defoliator - Glyphodes pyloalis (Wlk.) (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae). The biology of the mulberry pest Glyphodes pyloalis Wlk.

is described on the basis of studies from onwards at Dehra Dun, Uttar Pradesh, India; its parasites and predators are Cited by: 3.

Abstract Lesser mulberry pyralid, Glyphodes pyloalis Walker, is a monophagous pest of mulberry and has recently been reported in northern Iran. The biology and life table of this pest were studied in controlled conditions (24 ± 1 °C, 75 ± 5% RH and LD).Cited by: Abstract Lesser mulberry pyralid, Glyphodes pyloalis Walker, is a monophagous pest of mulberry and has recently been reported in northern Iran.

The biology and life table of this pest were studied. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Glyphodes pyloalis, the lesser mulberry snout moth, lesser mulberry pyralid or beautiful glyphodes moth, is a moth in the family Crambidae. It was described by Francis Walker in Family: Crambidae.

Biology and demography of Glyphodes pyloalis Walker (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) on mulberry. The biology of Karanj defoliator, Glyphodes ne gatalis W alker was carried out during the year Results.

Lesser mulberry pyralid, Glyphodes pyloalis Walker, is a monophagous pest of. Lesser mulberry pyralid, Glyphodes pyloalis Walker, is a monophagous pest of mulberry and has recently been reported in northern Iran.

The biology and life table of this pest were studied in controlled conditions (24±1°C, 75±5% RH and LD). Mortality rate, metamorphosis, appearance of adult insects and adult sex ratio were recorded daily. Biology of mulberry pyralid Glyphodes pyloalis Walker (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) a new mulberry pest in Guilan province.

VII Iranian Congress of Plant Protection, Tehran University, Tehran, Iran, pp. Jansen B., Groot A. Glyphodes pyloalis Walker (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) is a devastating pest of mulberry in the main mulberry-growing regions and can cause tremendous losses to sericulture by directly feeding on mulberry leaves and transmitting viruses to Bombyx mori.

Structural elucidation of twelve novel esters composed of five fatty acids and three new branched alcohols together with four monoterpenoids from Sancassania shanghaiensis (Acari: Acaridae). ISJISSN X RESEARCH REPORT Immune reactions of the lesser mulberry pyralid, Glyphodes pyloalis Walker (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) to the entomopathogenic fungus, Beauveria bassiana (Bals.- Criv.).

The lesser mulberry pyralid, Glyphodes pyloalis Walker (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae), is a specialist pest on mulberry (Morus spp.) and is widely distributed throughout Asia, where the species causes serious damage to sericulture not only by its larval grazing on leaves but also by transmission of some viral diseases infectious to the silkworm (Watanabe et al.

Madyarov et al. Biology of mulberry pyralid Glyphodes pyloalis Walker (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) a new mulberry pest in Guilan province.

VII Iranian Congress of Plant Protection, Tehran University, Tehran, Iran, pp. Kéita S.M., Vincent C., Schmit J.P., Arnason J.T., Bé-langer A. The lesser mulberry pyralid Glyphodes pyloalisWalker (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) is a monophagous and dangerous pest of mulberry Morussp.

(Moraceae). This pest is a specialist insect on mulberry, and is widely distributed throughout Asia and the Northern Province of Iran, where the species cause serious damage to sericulture. Biology of mulberry pyralid Glyphodes pyloalis Walker (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) a new mulberry pest in Guilan province.

VII Iranian Congress of Plant Protection, Tehran University, Tehran, Iran, pp. Jansen B., Groot A. Occurrence, biological activity and synthesis of drimane sesquiterpenoids. Glyphodes pyloalisWalker (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) is one of them, which causes devastating damage to mulberry leaves every year, especially in some developing countries, such as China, India, Pakistan, etc.

pyloalisnot only damages sericulture losses in mulberry leaves, but it also spreads different kinds of viruses to silkworms by feeding polluted mulberry leaves, such as Bombyx densoviruses and.

Glyphodes pyloalis Walker (G. pyloalis) causes significant damage to mulberry every year, and we currently lack effective and environmentally friendly ways to control the pest. Chitin synthase (CHS) is a critical regulatory enzyme related to chitin biosynthesis, which plays a vital role in the growth and development of insects.

Glyphodes pyloalis Walker (Lepidoptera: Pyralididae) is a serious pest in the sericulture industry, which has caused damage and losses in recent years. With the widespread use of insecticides, the insecticide resistance of G. pyloalis has becomes increasingly apparent. In order to find other effective methods to control G.

pyloalis, this study performed a transcriptome analysis of the midgut. Glyphodes pyloalis, the lesser mulberry snout moth, lesser mulberry pyralid or beautiful glyphodes moth, is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Francis Walker in It is found in Iran, China, Japan, India, Indonesia (Sumatra), Sri Lanka, Taiwan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Mozambique and North America, where it has been recorded from Florida.

Insecticidal effects of 4-hexylresorcinol on the lesser mulberry snout moth, Glyphodes pyloalis Walker. Archives Of Phytopathology And Plant Protection46 (4), DOI: /. Life table parameters of Glyphodes pyloalis Walker (Lep.: Pyralidae) on four varieties of mulberry Morus alba L.

(Moraceae),JOURNAL OF ASIA-PACIFIC ENTOMOLOGY, Comparative study on biochemical indices of silkworm (Bombyx mori L.) hybrids for their thermal tolerance,Ram Kishore, Pardip Kumar and D.

Manhunath,Biology of Tetrastichus howardii, a parasitoid of Uzi fly, Exorista sorbillans Recent Advance of Uzi fly Research, () Sengupta K., Kumar P., Baig M. and Govindaiah, Handbook on Pest and Disease Control of Mulberry and Silkworm, United Nations, Economic and Social Commission for Asia and The.Mulberry, genus of about 10 species of small to medium-sized trees in the family Moraceae and their edible fruits.

Mulberries are native to temperate Asia and North America, and several species are cultivated for their fruits and as ornamentals. They are also important as food for silkworms.