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The primary investigation of epidemiology on the buzura suppressaria nuclear polyhedrosis virus npv


, : The primary investigation of epidemiology on the buzura suppressaria nuclear polyhedrosis virus npv. Virologica Sinica 1(4): 87-92

Buzura suppressaria NPV has been the most widely used virus by artificial dissemination of NPV in the tea plantation with trial conducted in Hubei, Guangdong, Jiangxi go on[China]. In puqi, in 1979, 1981, 1983, dosages of 2 .times. 108 PIB/ml, were tested and Tea garden were sprayed to 750 liter/ha. At 10 days postspray these dosages gave 97.8% mortality, with 12% mortality, respectively, with 15% mortality on untreated. Anyway, BSNPV had maintained in a viable state on foliage for more days or several years. The polyhedra were observed at the egg surface by scanning electron microscope.

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