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Cereal leaf beetle response to wheat trichome length and density

, : Cereal leaf beetle response to wheat trichome length and density. Environmental Entomology 4(3): 365-370

Trichome length and density and the number of eggs per plant and percentage larval survival of Oulema melanopus were determined in nine wheat genotypes. The genotypes were classed into the following groups: (1) few, short trichomes (Genesee, PI94444, PI132864 and Chris); (2) few, long trichomes (CI8616 and CI3775); (3) very many, short trichomes (PI182750); and (4) many, long trichomes (Hope and CI8519).


DOI: 10.1093/ee/4.3.365

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