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Reproduction and development of Russian wheat aphid biotype 2 on crested wheatgrass, intermediate wheatgrass, and susceptible and resistant wheat



Reproduction and development of Russian wheat aphid biotype 2 on crested wheatgrass, intermediate wheatgrass, and susceptible and resistant wheat



Journal of Economic Entomology 101(2): 541-545



The Russian wheat aphid, <i>Diuraphis noxia</i> (Kurdjumov), is an economically important pest of small grains. Since its introduction into North America in 2003, Russian wheat aphid Biotype 2 has been found to be virulent to all commercially available winter wheat, <i>Triticum aestivum</i> L., cultivars.

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Accession: 033194636

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PMID: 18459422

DOI: 10.1603/0022-0493(2008)101[541:radorw]2.0.co;2


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