CTENARYTAINA EUCALYPTI PDF

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Females lay eggs on leaf buds and in the axils of young leaves. The nymphs secrete large amounts of honeydew and white waxy secretions. There are multiple generations per year 3. Species page 1. Contributed by v belov on 2 May, - pm Additional contributions by Chris Mallory Last updated 14 February, - pm. Clickable Guide. There are multiple generations per year 3 Remarks may be a serious pest of ornamental eucalypts 1 Internet References Species page 1 Works Cited 1.

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N2 - The structure of the salivary glands of the free-living aphalarid Ctenarytaina eucalypti, which infests multiple species of Eucalyptus in Australasia and has been introduced into many other regions of the world, is described and illustrated. The principal salivary gland is multi-lobed whereas the accessory gland is tubular. Proteins that could fall within this range include, but are not limited to, glucose-methanol-choline-oxidoreductase kDa , Zn-binding dehydrogenase 67 kDa and esterase kDa , in addition to cytochrome P kDa , trehalase 56 kDa , amylase kDa and lipase kDa. Previous studies indicate that glucose-methanol-choline-oxidoreductase, Zn-binding dehydrogenase, cytochrome P and trehalase suppress plant-defence mechanisms, whereas the cell-degrading enzymes such as amylase, lipase and esterase have a possible role in enabling C. AB - The structure of the salivary glands of the free-living aphalarid Ctenarytaina eucalypti, which infests multiple species of Eucalyptus in Australasia and has been introduced into many other regions of the world, is described and illustrated.

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Eucalyptus are hosts of several psyllid species. Among them, Ctenarytaina eucalypti Maskell is considered the most harmful to Eucalyptus globulus plantations. In Brazil, this pest has been observed in the state of Parana, and in , it was found causing damage to plantations of E. The monophagous endoparasitoid Psyllaephagus pilosus Noyes was also observed parasitizing nymphs of C. This parasitoid has been shown to be highly efficient in controlling this psyllid species, making unnecessary the use of any other control method. This site needs JavaScript to work properly. Please enable it to take advantage of the complete set of features!

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