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Anoplophora glabripennis, Anoplophora chinensis and Psacothea hilaris hilaris are three invasive exotic longhorn species (Coleoptera Cerambycidae) threatening native broadleaf trees in Europe and North America. Field studies on invasive species are somewhat difficult in the areas of introduction...

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Favaro, R.; Lupi, D.; Jucker, C.; Cappellozza, S.; Faccoli, M.
Publisher
Department of Agricultural Sciences, Bologna, Italy
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Bulletin of Insectology, 2017, 70, 1, pp 91-99
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Chicken in Ethiopia represents a significant part of the national economy and contributes to 98.5% and 99.2% of the national egg and chicken meat production, respectively. The total chicken population is estimated to be 56.87 million of which 95.86, 2.79 and 1.35% are indigenous, hybrid and exotic...

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Kefyalew Alemayehu; Tilahun Sisay
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Faculty of Veterinary Science, Mahidol University, Nakhon Pathom, Thailand
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Journal of Applied Animal Science, 2017, 10, 1, pp 9-24
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Main livestock species in Latin America and the Caribbean (ALC) introduced from the Iberian Peninsula, have evolved for 500 years in diverse and adverse environmental conditions, suggesting that Criollo animals have genes for adaptation in different frequencies than the exotic breeds. The purpose...

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Núñez-Domínguez, R.; Ramírez-Valverde, R.; Saavedra-Jiménez, L. A.; García-Muñiz, J. G.
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Instituto de Zootecnia, Facultad de Veterinaria, Córdoba, Spain
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Archivos de Zootecnia, 2016, 65, 251, pp 461-468
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The bioecology study of any parasitoid using alternative hosts imposes divergent selection pressures on parasitoid populations. In this study, we investigated the bioecology potential of parasitoid Acerophagus papayae Noyes and Schauff on papaya mealybug Paracoccus marginatus Williams and Granara...

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Nisha, R.; Kennedy, J. S.
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Society for Biocontrol Advancement, Bengaluru, India
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Journal of Biological Control, 2016, 30, 2, pp 99-105
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Plantations with fast growing exotic tree species can negatively affect native plant species diversity and promote the spread of alien species. Mediterranean Chile experienced major landscape changes with a vast expansion of industrial plantations of Pinus radiata in the past. However, with...

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Heinrichs, S.; Stiehl, C.; Müller-Using, B.
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Forest Research and Management Institute (ICAS), Ilfov, Romania
Citation
Annals of Forest Research, 2016, 59, 1, pp 75-90
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High-value native timber species are being promoted in reforestation in Southeast Asia. However, slow growth during early establishment, coupled with poor soil fertility, poses challenges for promoting tree planting programs. Field trials were undertaken on agroforestry land in Thailand to examine...

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So, T.; Ruthrof, K. X.; Sommeechai, M.; Thaiutsa, B.; Dell, B.
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Czech Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic
Citation
Journal of Forest Science, 2016, 62, 3, pp 126-136
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The Cuatrociénegas invasive jewel cichlid Hemichromis guttatus was exposed to 17β-estradiol-enriched Artemia nauplii at a concentration of 200 mg/L. A total of 75 larvae were exposed to the treatment during 60 days starting at 15 day post hatching (DPH) resulting in 100% feminization, although ...

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Lozano Peña, E.; Mendoza, R.
Publisher
Cinvestav, San Pedro Zacatenco, Mexico
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3rd Biotechnology Summit 2016, Ciudad Obregón, Sonora, Mexico, 24 - 28 October 2016, 2016, pp 68-72
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Survival rates were monitored among three honey bee subspecies under two ecological regions within Saudi Arabia; Riyadh characterized by desert climate and Albaha resembling semiarid climate. Frequency of colony losses were counted and categorized within three temperature ranges of maximum monthly...

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Yehya Alattal; Ahmad AlGhamdi
Publisher
Department of Agricultural Sciences, Bologna, Italy
Citation
Bulletin of Insectology, 2015, 68, 2, pp 219-222
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Identifying the sensitive habitats with high invasibility is critical for management of biological invasion. Ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia Linn.) has been identified as one of the most dangerous invasive exotic species in many countries throughout the world. The experiment took ragweek as a...

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Guo Tao; Kuang JiYun; LüJieJie; Liao Bin
Publisher
Journal of Agricultural Resources and Environment, Tianjin, China
Citation
Journal of Agricultural Resources and Environment, 2015, 32, 5, pp 511-516
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Known and not so, Dreissena polymorpha has been nominated as one of the causes of the "worst" world invasion. The current review summarize information on biology and flexible mechanism for survival defining aggressive spread of zebra mussels. Methods for detection and control are described. The...

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Kirova, S.
Publisher
Association Ecological Alliance, Sofia, Bulgaria
Citation
Ecology and Future - Journal of Ecology and Environment Sciences, 2015, 14, 1/2, pp 31-38

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