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The susceptibility of different varieties of cotton plants to infestation with insect and mite pests



The susceptibility of different varieties of cotton plants to infestation with insect and mite pests



Bull. Soc. ent. Egypte, Cairo., 44: 143-156



The following is based almost entirely on the author's summary. In experiments near Cairo, Egypt, cotton plants of five varieties, of which two were cultivated varieties and the others had been bred to possess the wild characters of curly, pubescent or semipubescent leaves, were tested for susceptibility to infestation by insects and mites.

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