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Assessment of the pure sowing of different legumes and in mixtures with grass on productivity and damage level by Sitona spp. and Otiorrhynchus ligustici (LINNAEUS, 1758) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae)

Postępów Nauk Rolniczych, 495: 243-250. (in Polish) LUNDGREN J.G., HESLER L.S., TILMON K., DASHIELL K., SCOTT R. 2008. Direct effects of soybean varietal selection and Aphis glycines-resistant soybeans on natural enemies. Arthropod-Plant Interactions, 3 (1): 9-16. MINNS A., FINN J., HECTOR A., CALDEIRA M., JOSHI J., PALMBORG C., SCHMID B., SCHERER-LORENZEN M., SPEHN E., TROUBIS A. 2001. The Functioning of European Grassland Ecosystems: Potential Benefits of Biodiversity to Agriculture. Outlook on Agriculture, 30 (3): 179

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Approved genetically modified (GM) horticultural plants: A 25-year perspective

using oligo-directed mutagenesis: Cibus’ Rapid Trait Development System. In: NABC Report 26. New DNA-Editing Approaches: Methods, Applications and Policy for Agriculture. North American Agricultural Biotechnology Council, Ithaca, NY, 97-105. G onnet J-F, F enet B., 2000. ‘Cyclamen red’ color based on a macrocyclic anthocyanin in carnation flowers. J. Agric. Food Chem. 48(1), 22-25. G onsalves D., 2004. Transgenic papaya in Hawaii and beyond. AgBioForum 71, 36-40. G onsalves D., G onsalves C., F erreira S., P itz K., F itch M., M anshardt R

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Trends in High Nature Value farmland studies: A systematic review

References Acebes, P., Pereira, D. & Oñate, J.J. (2016) Towards the identification and assessment of HNV Dehesas : a meso-scale approach. Agroforestry Systems, 90, 7-22. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10457-014-9756-8 Akeroyd, J.R. (2016) Transylvania: biodiversity, living tradition and future prosperity. Bulletin of the Transilvania University of Brasov, Series IV: Philology & Cultural Studies, 9(1), 83-100. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=118014375&site

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First record and molecular identification of Toxocara cati in a Pallas’ cat Otocolobus manul from Kyrgyzstan

general health status of wild population may be important in a conservation context. For example, while toxoplasmosis leads to high mortality rates of new-borns in captive populations, exposure to Toxoplasma gondii appears to be minimal in the wild ( Brown et al ., 2005 ). Here, we present the first record of a T. cati infestation observed in a Pallas’ cat sampled in Kyrgyzstan. The identity of the parasite was confirmed both based on morphology and genetic barcoding. Material and Methods Sampling On the 19 th of August 2013, a dead female cat was

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Molecular and ultrastructure characterization of two nematodes (Thelandros scleratus and Physalopteroides dactyluris) based on ribosomal and mitochondrial DNA sequences

resolve the phylogenies of closely allied species in most animal phyla including nematodes ( Kumazawa & Nishida, 1993 ; Hebert etal .. 2003 ; Prosseret al., 2013) . Previous to this study, no molecular information from Physalop-teroides was available in GenBank. The present study analyzes for the first time the phylogenetic relationships the nematode species of Thelandros and Physalopteroides belonging to the same geographical area using the partial 18S and Cox 1 genes. Materials and Methods Brook's house gecko (N=15), Hemidactylus brooki infected

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Characterisation of Trichodorus similis (Nematoda: Trichodoridae) associated with potato from the Czech Republic

., 2004b ). Further, identification by molecular methods supports the taxonomical determination based on the analysis of morphological characters. Likewise, morphological identification is also needed to support the molecular tests identification therefore the objective of this study was to characterise a T. similis population associated with potato using both morphological and molecular methods. Materials and Methods Morphological study Specimens from the Kaliště field population were extracted by sieving on 1 mm, 150 μm and 75 μm and placing the residual

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Morphological and molecular characterization of Xiphinema species from Shenzhen, China

direct feeding on root cells and transmission of several plant-pathogenic viruses ( Taylor & Brown, 1997 ). It is of economic importance on grape, strawberry, hops, fruit trees and other crops. Nine species of Xiphinema have been shown to transmit nepoviruses ( Decraemer & Robbins, 2007 ). Some species in the X. americanum -group can serve as vectors of several important plant viruses including Tabacco ringspot virus , Tomato ringspot virus , Cherry rasp leaf virus and Peach rosette mosaic virus that damage a wide range of crops ( Taylor & Brown, 1997

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