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Pathogenic control

  • John Feltwell
Part of the Series Entomologica book series (SENT, volume 18)

Abstract

Several workers have been so closely associated with pathogenic control of insects that their names immediately come to mind in any discussion on this subject; they have also published much on P. brassicae. The best known team on this subject is David and Gardiner of the Glasshouse Crops Research Institute, Littlehampton and of the Agricultural Research Council Unit of Invertebrate Physiology at Cambridge; they have published more than 50 works on viral control of P. brassicae since 1962. In France early work on bacteria and viruses was done by Paillot (26+ refs) and more recently Burgerjon 15+ refs), Lecadet (7+ refs) and Martouret (5+ refs).

Keywords

Bacillus Thuringiensis Nuclear Polyhedrosis Virus Microbial Control Insect Virus Turnip Yellow Mosaic Virus 
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