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Response of alate melon aphids to resistant and susceptible muskmelon lines



Response of alate melon aphids to resistant and susceptible muskmelon lines



Journal of Economic Entomology 70(4): 407-410



A series of experiments was conducted to characterize responses of alate Aphis gossypii to resistant and susceptible Cucumis melo plants. Survival and reproduction were not affected when aphids were confined for 16 h on resistant plants and then transferred to susceptible plants.

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DOI: 10.1093/jee/70.4.407


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