Show simple item record Singleton, Angela Heidi, Rasikari Mensah, Robert Leach, David 2015-08-04T11:13:04Z 2015-08-04T11:13:04Z 2006-08-10
dc.description.abstract The objective of this study was to determine what if any biological activity occurred in H. armigera adults and larvae when exposed to extracts from a leguminous plant from Africa, herein referred to as Plant Y.
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dc.subject Semiochemicals
dc.title The effect of semio (signaling) chemicals in Plant Y on the biological activity of Helicoverpa armigera
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CRDC.KeywordsUnrestricted helicoverpa armigera, Australian cotton, plant y fractions, instar larvae, oviposition, semio, pest host selection, managing helicoverpa, Australian Cotton CRC, oviposition attractant, plant anti-herbivore chemistry, armigera adults, onion maggot control, cotton leaf disc, semio chemicals, nylon netting, instar larva, oviposition attracting, bean weevil, insect-plant interaction

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