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Characteristics of the feeding behaviour of the grey grain moth (Apamea anceps Schiff.) on various wheat varieties

, : Characteristics of the feeding behaviour of the grey grain moth (Apamea anceps Schiff.) on various wheat varieties. Proceedings of the All Union Research Institute for Plant Protection Questions of ecological physiology of insects and problems of plant protection: recd 1982; 45-51

Studies were carried out in the USSR on the feeding behaviour of late-instar larvae of Apamea anceps (Denis & Schiff.) on various wheat varieties. When the pest fed on even moderately resistant varieties, its feeding behaviour showed characteristics that affected its development negatively.

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