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Susceptibility of five plant defoliators to celery looper (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) nuclear polyhedrosis virus



Susceptibility of five plant defoliators to celery looper (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) nuclear polyhedrosis virus



Journal of Entomological Science 31(3): 306-314



Bioassays were conducted to determine the susceptibility of 5 lepidopteran defoliators to a nuclear polyhedrosis virus (NPV) isolated from Anagrapha falcifera. Heliothis virescens showed the greatest susceptibility (LC50 = 2328 polyhedral inclusion bodies (PIB)/ml), and Anticarsia gemmatalis the least (LC50 = 5 176 038 PIB/ml), after 7 days of feeding at the 5 x 104 PIB/ml dosage.

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