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Characteristics of barley resistance to cereal aphids. 1. Occurrence and abundance of four cereal aphids in barley fields



Characteristics of barley resistance to cereal aphids. 1. Occurrence and abundance of four cereal aphids in barley fields



Nogaku Kenkyu 61(3): 139-147



In a field study during 1984-86, Rhopalosiphum padi proved the most abundant aphid species, followed by R. maidis, Schizaphis graminum and Sitobion akebiae.

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