2 edition of The biology and ecology of Nomuraea rileyi (Farlow) Samson found in the catalog.
Written in English
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Metarhizium rileyi is an entomopathogenic fungus of Lepidoptera and infects many noctuids, which are key pests of agricultural crops. In this literature review, we summarise the state of art and use of this potential biological pest control agent. Pathogen–host interactions include conidial adhesion, invasion process, and enzymatic activity. Nomuraea rileyi recorded 10 to 15% larval infection in Aug. Three parasitoids, Coccygidium melleum, Eriborus sp., and Odontepyris sp., were reported for the first time attacking S. frugiperda.
2. Analysis of the population genetics of Nomuraea rileyi. 3. Elucidation of the involvement of humoral lectins insect recognition of nonself. 4. Detection and analysis of novel fungal insecticidal toxins. 5. Development of insects as microbial miners of producing bioactive metabolites. 6. The effects of cuticle from larvae of Trichoplusia ni, Heliothis zea and H. virescens on rate and extent of germination of conidia of a Mississippian isolate (MS) and an Ecuadoran (EC) isolate of Nomuraea rileyi were studied. Solid substrates generally stimulated more germination than submerged substrates. There was little or no effect of cuticle source (H. zea or H. virescens) on germination.
Aims: To elucidate the phyletic relationships among three members of the entomogenous fungal genus, Nomuraea, with an emphasis on N. rileyi. Methods and Results: Relationships were evaluated by analysis of the β‐tubulin gene and of inter‐simple sequence repeats (ISSR). The amplification product of the partial β‐tubulin gene was larger for N. atypicola than for N. rileyi, and. The biology and ecology of Nomuraea rileyi and a program for predicting its incidence on Anticarsia gemmatalis in soybean. Bulletin (Technical), March Agric. Exp. St. Institute of Food and Agric. Sc. Univ. Flo., Gainsville. p. Links.
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An account is given of studies carried out in Florida on the biology and ecology of Nomuraea rileyi and the development of a predictive equation for forecasting the incidence of the fungus in populations of the soyabean pest Anticarsia gemmatalis Hb.
Cultural fungal isolates from cadavers of the pest grew and sporulated on Sabouraud Maltose Agar in both light and dark by: THE BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY OF Nomurasa rileyi (FARLOW) SAMSON By Leslie Paul Kish December Chairman: Dr. Leland Shanor Major Department: Botany Basic biological and ecological aspects of the entomogenous patho gen Nomuraea rileyi (Fungi Imperfecti) are investigated.
Cultural isolates from cadavers of the velvetbean caterpillar grew. The biology and ecology of Nomuraea rileyi (Farlow) Samson. By Leslie Paul Kish. Abstract (Thesis) Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Florida, (Bibliography) Includes bibliographical references (leaves )(Statement of Responsibility) by Leslie Paul KishAuthor: Leslie Paul Kish.
The biology and ecology of Nomuraea rileyi and a program for predicting its incidence on Anticarsia gemmatalis in soybean. By Leslie Paul Kish and George E Allen.
Abstract (Bibliography) Includes bibliographical references (p. ).(Statement of Responsibility) Leslie P. Kish and George E. title Author: Leslie Paul Kish and George E Allen. Genus—Nomuraea. Few important species of this genus are Nomuraea rileyi and Nomuraea atypicola.
Nomuraea rileyi, another potential insect-infecting fungus, is a dimorphic hyphomycete that can cause epizootic death in various insects. The mycelium is septate, white, with flocculent overgrowth, sparse in culture to dense on insects (often.
JOURNAL OF INVERTEBRATE PATHOL () Ultrastructural Studies on the Fungus, Nomuraea rileyi, Infecting the Velvetbean Caterpillar, Anticarsia gemmatalis' D.
BOUCIAS AND J. PENDLAND Department of Entomology and Nematology, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida Received Febru ; accepted Octo Combined. The biology and ecology of Nomuraea rileyi (Farlow) Samson, [Ph.D. thesis], Gainesvilla, Florida: University of Florida, ; 83pp.
Google Scholar. Boucias DG, Schoborg EA, Allen GE. The relative susceptibility of six noctuid species to infection by Nomuraea rileyi isolated from Anticarsia gemmatalis. J Invertebr Pathol ; – The dimorphic entomopathogenic fungus Nomuraea rileyi, an important biological control agent of various noctuid defoliators, is known to regulate Anticarsia gemmatalis, the key soybean pest in South America and the southeastern United States.
At present, very little is known about the isolates that are associated with the endemic or epizootic phases of this disease agent. Green cloverworm larvae. Plathypena scabra, were inoculated with Nomuraea rileyi by “tumbling” larvae in a vial of conidia. The ontogeny of the pathogen was followed by using standard histological techniques.
rileyi conidia germinated on green cloverworm integument within 12 hr after inoculation. Germ tubes penetrated larval cuticle 36 hr after inoculation, then grew parallel to. The paper describes current knowledge of the identification, pest status, and ecology of a newly self-introduced plusiine noctuid moth, Thysanoplusia orichalcea, in New Zealand.
Following its discovery in earlyit has survived 2 winters, and is well established in the Auckland isthmus, with records as far south as Taranaki.
It is polyphagous, with a host plant range differing from. To determine the impact of Nomuraea rileyi on consumption by the green cloverworm, Plathypena scabra, larvae were reared from eggs obtained from field-collected moths, inoculated with conidia, and placed individually in separate plastic vials with a piece of surface-sterilized soybean significant differences in consumption rates were found between N.
rileyi-inoculated and. Thorvilson, Harlan Gene, "The ecology of Nomuraea rileyi (Fungi: Deuteromycotina) and other natural enemies of the green cloverworm in Iowa agroecosystems " ().Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. Biology 6 Distribution and pest status 6 Overwintering potential in. The biology and ecology of Nomuraea rileyi and a program for predicting its incidence on Anticarsia gemmatalis in soybean: Series Title: Bulletin University of Florida.
Agricultural Experiment Station: Physical Description: v, 48 p.: ill. ; 23 cm. Language: English: Creator: Kish, Leslie Paul, Allen, George E: Publisher. Metarhizium rileyi (previously Nomuraea rileyi) is a well-known dimorphic entomopathogenic fungus that infects a range of lepidopterous pests (Fronza et al., ).
The reproduction of M. rileyi. The biology and ecology of Nomuraea rileyi and a program for predicting its incidence on Anticarsia gemmatalis in soybean.
In: Bulletin. Florida Agricultural Experiment Station, Gainesville, Florida, USA: University of Florida, Agricultural Experiment Stations.
v + 48 pp. Distribution Maps Top of page. You can pan and zoom the map. Combined scanning and transmission electron microscopy was used to study the fine structure of the developmental stages of Nomuraea rileyi infecting larvae of Anticarsia gemmatalis Hb. Larvae were dusted with large numbers of fungal conidia, which germinated and penetrated the cuticle within 6 h of treatment.
Within 24 h, penetration hyphae had reached the cuticular epidermis and, via a budding. The biology and ecology of Nomuraea rileyi and a program for predicting its incidence on Anticarsia gemmatalis in soybean.
By Leslie Paul Kish and George E Allen. Abstract (Bibliography) Includes bibliographical references (p. ).(Statement of Responsibility) Leslie P. Kish and George E. title.
In this study, we investigated the effect of the entomopathogenic fungus Nomuraea rileyi on Helicoverpa armigera cellular immune ea rileyi infection had no effect on total hemocyte count (THC), but impaired hemocyte‐mediated phagocytosis, nodulation, and encapsulation ea rileyi infection led to a significant reduction in hemocyte spreading.
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Gainesville, University of Florida, Tech. Bull. [ Links ] Moscardi, F. & D.R. Sosa-Gómez. A case study in biological control: soybean defoliating caterpillars in. Laboratory studies were carried out in Andhra Pradesh, India, on the feasibility of the use of the fungus Nomuraea rileyi for the biological control of Achaea janata (L.), an important pest of castor there.
The fungus was isolated from dead larvae and a suspension and a dust were prepared from the culture. Larvae in petri dishes or on healthy castor plants were sprayed with the spore suspension.The biology and ecology ofNomuraea rileyi and a program for predicting its incidence onAnticarsia gemmatalis in soybean.I.F.A.S.
Univ. Florida, 48 p. Lecadet, M. M. &Martouret, D. — Host specificity of theBacillus thuringiensis δ-endotoxin towards lepidopteran species:Spodoptera littoralis Bdv.
andPieris brassicae L.J. Invertebr.Objective: The Nomuraea rileyi was studied to provide basic data to exploit it in large scale. Method: The effects on colony diameter, mycelium dry weight and spore yield of Nomuraea rileyi MZ were studied under different nutritional mediums, which were added with different carbon sources (glucose, sucrose, lactose, maltose, fructose, xylose, mannitol, soluble starch), nitrogen sources.