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The Central Asian subregion of the Palearctic covers approximately the following area .

The Central Asian subregion of the Palearctic covers approximately the following area: most of Kazakhstan (USSR), Uzbekistan (USSR), Tajikistan (USSR), Kirghizia (USSR), Turkmenia (USSR), most of Iran, Afghanistan, a part of Pakistan, a part of northern China, Mongolia (Map 1). View. Ephedrus cerasicola Starý (Hy. Aphidiidae), ein neuer Parasitoid zur biologischen Bekämpfung von Pentalonia nigronervosa Coq. (Ho. Aphididae) Der Parasitoid Ephedrus cerasicola ist erfolgreich auf der Blattlausart Pentalonia nigronervosa auf Bananenpflanzen im Gewächshaus vermehrt worden.

An analysis of the particular topics in biological control programmes all over the world indicates an increased interest in the utilization of aphid parasites.

See a Problem? We’d love your help. An analysis of the particular topics in biological control programmes all over the world indicates an increased interest in the utilization of aphid parasites. Besides the so-called traditional biological control of introduced aphids, there appears a situation which could perhaps be called a renaissance of biocontrol, i. e. the utilization of biotic agents against insectic An analysis of the particular topics in biological control programmes all over the world indicates an increased interest in the utilization of aphid parasites. the utilization of biotic agents against t populations of aphid pests.

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An analysis of the particular topics in biological control programmes all over the world indicates an increased interest in the utilization of aphid parasites. Besides the so-called traditional biological control of introduced aphids, there appears a situation which could perhaps be called a renaissance of biocontrol, i. e. the utilization of biotic agents against insecticide-resistant populations of aphid pests. The rapid increase in the amount of information as well as the necessity of syntheti­ cal papers are the well-known features in today's entomology. This requirement is much more topical in the groups where brief summarized information is needed for research workers in applied branches. The author has been well aware of all these difficulties and requirements owing to his own experience both in basic and applied research. Several years ago he decided to summarize our knowledge on the aphid parasites of the world by elaborating synthetical studies on the particular zoogeographical areas. These papers have been intended to represent annotated reviews of the parasite fauna, distribution, biologies and utilization in aphid pest management, with keys to genera and species, hos- parasite catalogue, and a list of references added. Naturally, these studies are only relatively updated, with respect to a certain deadline from which the research may be further continued. At present, the Far East Asian and the Mediterranean areas have been reviewed in this or at least in a similar manner.
Aphid Parasites (Hymenoptera, Aphidiidae) of the Central Asian Area download epub
Biological Sciences
Author: P. Starý
ISBN: 9061935997
Category: Science & Math
Subcategory: Biological Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Springer; 1979 edition (August 31, 1979)
Pages: 124 pages