References on Mango

2251 Caribbean fruit fly (Diptera: Tephritidae) mortality induced by shrink-wrapping infested mangoes.
Gould W. P., Sharp J. L., Author Affiliation: Subtropical Horticulture Research Station, ARS, USDA, Miami, FL 33158, USA., 1990
Journal of Economic Entomology , 83 ( 2324-2326 )
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2252 Survival and reproduction of Caribbean fruit fly (Diptera: Tephritidae) in adults immersed in hot water as third instars.
Hallman G. J., Author Affiliation: Subtropical Horticulture Research Station, ARS, USDA, Miami, FL 33158, USA., 1990
Journal of Economic Entomology , 83 ( 2331-2334 )
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2253 Mango scale insects - occurrence in western Uttar Pradesh and their control.
Gupta B. P., Singh Y. P., Author Affiliation: Horticultural Experiments and Training Centre, Saharanpur-247001, Uttar Pradesh, India., 1988
Progressive Horticulture , 20 ( 357-361 )
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2254 New record of Buzura (Biston) suppressaria (Guenee) (Geometridae: Lepidoptera) as a pest of mango and some other fruit trees.
Gupta B. P., Singh Y. P., Author Affiliation: Horticultural Experiment and Training Centre, Saharanpur-247?001, India., 1988
Progressive Horticulture , 20 ( 362-364 )
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2255 Hot-air treatment device for quarantine research.
Sharp J. L., Gaffney J. J., Moss J. I., Gould W. P., Author Affiliation: Subtropical Horticulture Research Station, ARS, USDA, Miami, FL 33158, USA., 1991
Journal of Economic Entomology , 84 ( 520-527 )
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2256 Occurrence of some new insect pests on mango in India.
Jhala R. C., Patel Z. P., Shah A. H., Author Affiliation: Department of Entomology, N.M. College of Agriculture, Gujarat Agricultural University, Navsari Campus, Navsari 396?450, India., 1989
Gujarat Agricultural University Research Journal , 14 ( 103 )
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2257 African Eriophyoidea: on some related genera: Neooxycenus Abou-Awad, Oxycenus Keifer, Neotegonotus Newkirk & Keifer, Tegonotus Nalapa and Tegolophus Keifer (Acari: Eriophyidae).
Meyer M. K. P. S., Author Affiliation: Plant Protection Research Institute, Private Bag X134, Pretoria 0001, South Africa., 1990
Phytophylactica , 22 ( 371-386 )
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2258 Population behaviour (sex-ratio) of mango hopper, Amritodus atkinsoni Leth (Jassidae: Homoptera) and their parasitism under prevailing temperature and humidity under field conditions in south Gujurat.
Patel R. K., Patel S. R., Shah A. H., Author Affiliation: Zoology Department, BP Birsa Sciences Institute, Navsari, India., 1990
Indian Journal of Entomology , 52 ( 393-396 )
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2259 Predictive modelling in biological control: the mango mealy bug (Rastrococcus invadens) and its parasitoids.
Godfray H. C. J., Waage J. K., Author Affiliation: Department of Biology and Centre for Population Biology, Imperial College at Silwood Park, Ascot, Berks SL5 7PY, UK., 1991
Journal of Applied Ecology , 28 ( 434-453 )
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2260 Effects of injecting systemic insecticides into mango during off season on the mango hopper population.
Hiremath S. C., Hugar P., Author Affiliation: Department of Entomology, Agricultural College, University of Agrl. Sciences, Raichur 584 101, India., 1989
Madras Agricultural Journal , 76 ( 638-640 )
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2261 Morphological studies on the head appendages of an immature stage of Lymantria marginata Wlk. (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae).
Singh J., Goel S. C., Author Affiliation: PG Department of Zoology, Sanatan Dharam College, Muzaffarnagar-251001, India., 1990
Zeitschrift für Angewandte Zoologie , 77 ( 65-73 )
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2262 Control of insect pests and diseases of citrus and mango in Nigeria.
Eguagie W. E., Udeensi N., Author Affiliation: National Horticultural Research Institute, Private Mail Bag 5432, Idi-Ishin, Ibadan, Nigeria., 1989
Technical Bulletin - National Horticultural Research Institute, Ibadan , ( 15pp. )
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2263 Occurrence of leafspot of mango in Karnataka.
Chattannavar S. N., Reddy B. M. R., Srikant Kulkarni, Yashoda Hegde, Author Affiliation: Department of Plant Pathology, UAS, Dharwad 580?005, India., 1989
Current Research - University of Agricultural Sciences (Bangalore) , 18 ( 176-177 )
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2264 Insecticidal effect of plant extracts from tropical and subtropical species. Traditional methods are good as long as they are effective.
Stein U., Klingauf F., Author Affiliation: Institute for Biological Pest Control, Federal Biological Research Centre for Agriculture & Forestry, 6100 Darmstadt, German Federal Republic., 1990
Journal of Applied Entomology , 110 ( 160-166 )
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2265 Tree hopper infesting mango seedlings and its control.
Patil P. B., Giraddi R. S., Goudreddy B. S., Author Affiliation: Department of Horticulture, National Agricultural research Project, Agricultural Research Station, Bidar, Karnataka 585 401, India., 1988
Lal-Baugh , 30 ( 12-14 )
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