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The exact origin of the MED species of Bemisia tabaci, and the reasons why it became such an important pest are still not fully...

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C. juncea is a herbaceous biennial or perennial plant native to parts of Western Europe, north Africa and central Asia. It was...

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Sepedon aenescens is a species of marsh fly, otherwise known as a snail-killing fly. It has blueish-black metallic colouration and...

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Cover for Tilletia controversa (dwarf bunt of wheat)

Dwarf bunt is a serious disease, particularly of winter wheat at relatively high altitudes. It is very difficult to control because of the...

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Cover for Moesziomyces bullatus (pearl millet smut)

A study by Bhowmik et al. (1976) showed that inoculation of pearl millet with Moesziomyces bullatus spores resulted in heavy incidence of smut,...

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Cover for Sporisorium sacchari (Asian sugarcane smut)

Little published information exists on this plant pathogenic fungus of limited geographic distribution. S. sacchari is one of...

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Cover for Sporisorium pulverulentum (Sporisorium smut of wild Saccharum)

There is little published information on this plant pathogenic fungus, which has a limited geographic distribution. As hosts exist in other...

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R. pedestris causes up to 54% reduction in lipid content in soybean seed (Bae et al., 2014) and 8% seed sterility in soybean in...

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Cover for Aromia bungii (red necked longicorn)

A. bungii is native across the south-eastern Palaearctic and Oriental regions. It is recorded from China, Korea, Taiwan and Vietnam....

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The narrow-leaf clover Trifolium angustifolium is an annual legume native to central, southern and eastern Europe, western Asia and...

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