Between 9 and 20% of field collected larvae died from polyhedrosis
during laboratory rearing, indicating that the virus is a natural mortality factor in this region.
(6.) Brown DA., Two naturally occurring nuclear polyhedrosis
virus variants of Neodiprion sertifer Geoffr (Hymenoptera: Diprionidae).
armigera nuclear polyhedrosis
virus (NPV) was provided by Agri Life (Hyderabad) India.
(1972) The 3'-termini of the genomen RNA segments of silkworm cytoplasmic polyhedrosis
Isolation, identification, and determination of virulence of a nuclear polyhedrosis
virus from the beet armyworm, Spodoptera exigua (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae).
Identification and preliminary characterization of a chitinase gene in the Autographa californica nuclear polyhedrosis
2011), nuclear polyhedrosis
virus and polyhedrin gene sequence of of Orgyia ecricae (Zhang et al.
Knaak and Fiuza (2005) tested the nuclear polyhedrosis
virus of Anticarsia gemmatalis Hubner, 1818, (VPNAg) and B.
We propagated Autographa californica nuclear polyhedrosis
virus (AcNPV; ATCC); its derivative AcCOPSNo10 (16), which displays a 17-amino acid epitope of HIV-1 gp120 N-terminally fused with a second copy of the major envelope protein gp64; and the construct AcZZVSVgTM-EGFP (17) in SP (Spodoptera frugiperda; ATCC) with standard methods (18).
This applies to the following agents: iodosulfuron methyl-sodium, indoxacarb, S-metolachlor, Spodoptera exigua nuclear polyhedrosis
virus, tepraloxydim and dimethenamide-P.
The fungus Entomophaga maimaiga and a nuclear polyhedrosis
virus (NPV) are common pathogens but little virus was detected in our samples.
The Anagrapha falcifera nuclear polyhedrosis
virus liquefies the pests' tissues, while posing no threat to beneficial insects, humans, or wildlife.