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Taurica

 

(or Taurika), the ancient name for the southern portion of the Crimea, derived from the name of the Tauri. According to Herodotus, Táurica included the area from Cercinitis (Evpatoriia) to the Skalistyi (Kerch’) Peninsula.

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Utilizan tierra de la parcela para establecer el semillero, el riego es rodado por medio de canales que son construidos con mortero y arena, controlan las plagas con insecticida quimico muralla (imidacloprid) para prevenir la virosis, el insecticida pounce (permetrina) para el control de pulgon (Myzus persicae), minadores (Lirioyza spp.) y mosquita blanca (Bemisia tabaci), utilizan el agry-micin (sulfato tribasico de cobre) para prevenir las enfermedades como cenicilla (Leveillula taurica).
Avances en el control biologico de la cenicilla del chile Leveillula taurica en Chihuahua, Mexico.
Thelphusa fluviatilis taurica Czerniavsky, 1884 (type locality: Chios, Greek islands).
The psychological distress caused by the matricide is also dealt with in another Euripidean tragedy that dramatizes a significant episode of Orestes's saga, Iphigenia Taurica (IT).
The last column gives the biochar concentration which exhibits negative influence on plant health compared with the control (no biochar) or compared with the biochar concentration having the most positive effect on disease suppression treatment, therefore representing the phenomena of the U-shape dose response Pathogen Host plant Lycopersicum esculatum Botrytis cinerea (F) (1) Capsicum annum Fragia x ananassa Colletotrichum acutatum (F) Fragia x ananassa Leveilulla taurica (F) C.
Just recently, we have published the first report of powdery mildew in chilhuacle chili caused by Leveillula taurica in southern Mexico [69].
However, the chilli crop is highly susceptible to powdery mildew caused by Leveillula taurica (Lev.) Arn.
The use of aqueous extracts resulting from the aerobic fermentation of fish residues (TOMITA, 2010), of the different organic materials aerobic biodigestion or not, may be used for the control of a number of phytopathogenic agents, becoming a potential product used for the control os diseases caused by Botrytis cinerea, Plasmopara viticola, Leveillula taurica, Sclerotinia sclerotiorum, Sclerotium rofsii, Rhizoctonia solani and Fusarium oxysporum and others.
The cultural practices held were: sprout thinning until the appearance of the first flower, located at the first fork; removing of this first flower; hand weeding, when necessary; staking of the plants; dripping irrigation and application of fungicides in the control of powdery mildew (Oidiopsis taurica).
Species Intensity of song Reference in dB SPL at 1 m distance male female Poecilimon affinis 92 81 this paper Ancistrura nigrovittata 69 61 Stumpner, unpublished Barbitistes constrictus 67 66 Meyer, Stumpner, unpubl Barbitistes serricauda 79 70 Meyer, Stumpner, unpubl Isophya taurica 85 no data Zhantiev & Dubrovin 1977 Isophya stepposa 72 no data Zhantiev & Dubrovin 1977 Isophya modesta rossica 89 no data Zhantiev & Dubrovin 1977 Isophya stysi 80 no data Zhantiev & Dubrovin 1977 Isophya sp.