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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 86
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
12-Aug-2004Exploitation of Phenotypic Expression of Developmental and Quantitative Trait(s)towards Seedlessness as Major Genetic Potential in Cotton (Gossypium spp. )Satpute, G; Satpute, R
12-Aug-2004SiCot F-I: a variety with increased resistance to Fusarium wiltAllen, Stephen; Reid, Peter; Constable, Greg; lehane, John; McNamara, Greg; Stiller, Warwick; Kochman, Joe
12-Aug-2004Progress in the Identification of Genes which control Cotton Fibre Yield and QualityHumpheries, John; Delaney, Sven; Orford, Sharon
12-Aug-2004Improving the efficiency of embryogenesis in elite cotton cultivarsHeath, Robyn; Clarke, Adrienne; Poon, Simon
12-Aug-2004Cold shock at 10 degreesC for 10 and 20 nights does not reduce cotton tissue viabilityTan, D; Bange, Michael; McDowell, A
12-Aug-2004Attract-and-kill for Helicoverpa moths - a new tool for area wide pest managementGregg, Peter; Del Socorro, Alice
12-Aug-2004The potential of the antifungal protein NaD1 for control of fusarium wilt and verticillium wilt-
12-Aug-2004Petroleum spray oils- Lubricating the path to IPM : Part 4. Use of Synthetic insecticides and Petroleum spray oil combinations for improved efficacy against Helicoverpa spp. and green minds on cotton cropsHoque, Ziaul; Coates, Ruth; Mensah, Robert
12-Aug-2004Petroleum spray oils- Lubricating the path to IPM : Part 3. Use of biological insecticides with Petroleum spray oil to improve persistence and efficacy against Helicoverpa spp. on cotton cropsCoates, Ruth; Liang, Weiguang; Mensah, Robert
12-Aug-2004Petroleum spray oils-Lubricating the path to IPM: Part I. Use of Petroleum spray oil as insecticide to control Helicoverpa spp. on commercial cotton fieldsCoates, Ruth; Liang, Weiguang; Mensah, Robert
12-Aug-2004Petroleum spray oils-Lubricating the path to IPM: Part 2. How do PSOs deter oviposition of Helicoverpa spp. on cotton plantsAl Dabel, Faiza; Frerot, Brigitte; Mensah, Robert
12-Aug-2004Managing Helicoverpa spp. on cotton with semio (signalling) chemicals.Mensah. Robert; Moore, Chris; Wang, Ertong; Singelton, Angela
12-Aug-2004An Evaluation of the toxicity of two paraffin oils (Biopest and Canopy) on Trichogramma pretiosumMensah, Robert; Scholz, Brad; Parker, Nathaniel
12-Aug-2004Lifespan, parasitism levels and progeny production of Trichogramma pretiosum reared on Helicoverpa armigera eggs in the laboratoryParker, Nathaniel; Scholz, Brad
12-Aug-2004The nursery value of sorghum intercropped with cotton-the effects on heliothis egg parasitism and predator abundance in cottonScholz, Brad; Parker, Nathaniel
12-Aug-2004The Importance of Heliothis and Sucking Pests, and Role of Benefical ArthropodsFranzmann, Bernie; Zalucki ,Myron; Wade, Mark
12-Aug-2004Do Multiple Applications of Amino-Feed UV Improve Beneficial Arthropod Abundance and YieldΓFranzmann, Bernie; Zalucki ,Myron; Wade, Mark
12-Aug-2004Estimating the Predation Rates of a Potentially ImportantFranzmann, Bernie; Zalucki ,Myron; Wade, Mark
12-Aug-2004Evaluations of different releases rates of Trichogamma pretiosum against Helicoverpa armigera eggs in sorghum and cottonParker, Nathaniel; Scholz, Brad
12-Aug-2004The Silverleaf Whitefly Management Challenge: A New Pest in Central QueenslandSequeria, Richard; Grundy, Paul; Kelly, David
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 86