Zur Disposition von Raupenpopulationen verschiedener Herkünfte des Schwammspinners (Lymantria dispar; Lep., Lymantriidae) gegenüber einem Kernpolyedervirus

  • U. Skatulla
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Zusammenfassung

Nach künstlicher Infektion vonLymantria dispar-Raupen aus unterschiedlichen geographischen Regionen (Iran, Ungarn, Österreich, Italien, Bundesrepublik Deutschland) mit einem Kernpolyeder-Virus ergaben sich erhebliche Empfindlichkeitsunterschiede zwischen diesen Herkünften. Als Kriterien dienten die Mortalität und die Inkubationszeit (Lt50).

On the susceptibility of L. dispar-larvae of different geographical regions to an NPV-virus

Abstract

Gipsy moth-larvae from different geographical regions were infected with an NPV-virus. The susceptibility of the tested larvae populations to this virus was very different, this could be shown by the mortality and incubation-times (Lt50) of the observed populations.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • U. Skatulla
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  1. 1.Lehrstuhl für Angew. Zoologie d. Universität MünchenMünchenDeutschland

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