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Cover for Jacaranda mimosifolia (jacaranda)

J. mimosifolia is a striking ornamental tree characteristic of many cities in tropical and sub-tropical countries, well-known for...

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Cover for Allium porrum (leek)

Leek has a long, white, thick, cylindrical stalk composed of overlapping leaf bases and leaves. These overlapping leaf bases, which form the...

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Chang (1984) describes Z. coffeae as one of the most important pests of grapevine in Taiwan. In Karnataka, India, of seven 3-4 year old...

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M. nigra, black mulberry, is a slow-growing, deciduous tree. The species is known to have escaped from cultivation in Denmark and...

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Cover for Pseudaulacaspis pentagona (mulberry scale)

Crop losses caused by P. pentagona are difficult to assess. Trees lose vigour, and their lives are shortened. When P. pentagona becomes newly...

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Cover for Candidatus Phytoplasma asteris (yellow disease phytoplasmas)

Aster  yellows (AY) group phytoplasmas affect plants by causing a general reduction in quantity and quality of yield. The most severely...

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Cover for Bambusa vulgaris (common bamboo)

B. vulgaris is the most commonly encountered bamboo in cultivation in SE Asia and is grown pantropically, being the only Asian...

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A. avenacea is an annual grass native to Australia, New Zealand and other Pacific Islands and has been introduced to the west coast...

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Cover for Pieris brassicae (large cabbage white)

P. brassicae is an oligophagous insect that feeds on members of family Brassicaceae (Lal and Ram, 2004; Younas et al., 2004; Hwang...

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Cover for Rhagoletis pomonella (apple maggot)

R. pomonella is an important pest in apple production and its invasion of a new apple production area would have large economic and...

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