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The susceptibility of different maize varieties to post-harvest infestation by Sitophilus zeamais



The susceptibility of different maize varieties to post-harvest infestation by Sitophilus zeamais



Scientific Research And Essays: 1, 30-34



Nine maize varieties collected at IITA were investigated for their relative susceptibilities to attack by <i>Sitophilus zeamais</i> MOTSCH, an important insect pest of stored maize. The results obtained were summarized using an index of susceptibility which took into account both the F<sub>1</sub> progeny developing during the tests and a measure of the average development period of this progeny.

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