Diameter at breast height.
Parasitoid of leaf miners
NOMENCLATURE: Approved name: Dacnusa sibirica Telenga. Other names: Leaf miner parasitoid; leaf miner wasp.
SOURCE: Common in temperate climates.
PRODUCTION: Produced on leaf miners and supplied as adult wasps.
TARGET :PESTS: Leaf miners, such as Liriomyza bryoniae (Kaltenbach), Liriomyza hui...
|Dacus cucurbitae pheromone|
Melon fly pheromone
NOMENCLATURE: Approved name: 4-(3-oxobutyl)phenyl acetate (cuelure). Other names: Dacus cucurbitae pheromone; melon fly attractant. CAS RN: [3572-06-3].
SOURCE: Synthetic component similar in action to the natural secretions of the male melon fly (Dacus cucurbitae Coquillet) that attracts females.
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One of a group of organic compounds characterized by the structure R-C=N-OH. Some, such as pyridine-2-aldoxime methiodide (PAM) and diacetylmonoxime (DAM), reverse cholinesterase inhibition.
See also: Injury
The adverse effect on plants or crops of biotic or abiotic agents, resulting in a reduction of yield and/or quality.
a group of natural resins, less hard than copal but harder than oleoresin, obtained as exudations from trees, strictly of Dipterocarpaceae only, in South-East Asia [see dammar penak, dammar kuching, Kajoe dammar]. Dammars are used, like copal, mainly in varnishes
damara (resina) auténtica, obtenida de Vateria indica
Deutsch: weisses Dammar-harz
English: white dammar [definition]
Español: damara blanca [definition]
Français: dammar blanc [definition]