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[Comparacion de tres metodos diferentes de laboratorio y un ensayo de campo para determinar los efectos secundarios de pesticidas en Trichogramma cacoeciae]

dc.contributor.authorHassan, Sherif A.
dc.date.accessioned2020-12-29T02:34:24Z
dc.date.available2020-12-29T02:34:24Z
dc.date.issued1994
dc.date.issued1994
dc.identifier.urihttp://biblioteca.inia.cl/medios/biblioteca/seriesinia/NR22526.pdf
dc.identifier.urihttps://biblioteca.inia.cl/handle/123456789/35635
dc.descriptionSumario (En)
dc.description4 ref.
dc.descriptiontexto en ingles
dc.description.abstractThe side effects of 139 pesticides on Trichogramma cacoeciae using three different types of laboratory test methods was studied. The combination of tests used included: (a) initial toxicity test on adult parasites (susceptible life stage), (b) direct spray of parasites pupa within host eggs (less susceptible life stage) and (c) duration of harmful activity (persistence) on adults. The combination was chosen to include two different developmental stages of the natural enemy that greatly vary in their susceptibility as well as in their vulnerability to pesticidas. The persistent test show the duration of the harmful activity and help to asses the impact of the chemical. In addition, the initial toxicity of 9 pesticides on Trichogramma adults was compared using laboratory and semi-field tests. The results showed that the preparations greatly differ in their initial toxicity as well as in their persistence. 28 insecticides/acaricides, 10 fungicides, 7 herbicides and plant growthregultors were harmful to the adult parasite but harmless to moderately harmful to the Trichogramm-pupa within the host eggs.18 insecticides/acaricides, 5 fungicides, 6 herbicides and growthregultors were harmful in the initial toxicity test but were short-lived to moderately persistent and therefore are much more useful for use in integrated control. Short lived preparations are likely to have much less impact on the natural enemy than persistent ones. The experiments to compare the initial toxicity in laboratory and semi-fields tests showed very little differences. This can be attributed to the similar mode of exposure in these tests
dc.formatEL-27
dc.relation.ispartofSerie Quilamapu
dc.title[Comparacion de tres metodos diferentes de laboratorio y un ensayo de campo para determinar los efectos secundarios de pesticidas en Trichogramma cacoeciae]
dc.title.alternativeComparison of three different laboratory and one semi - field test methods to asses the side effects of pesticides on Trichogramma cacoecia
dc.typeAnaliticas
dc.numero.correlativo22526
dc.codigo.principalH10
dc.contributor.entityInstituto de Investigaciones Agropecuarias. Centro Regional de Investigación Quilamapu
dc.titulo.conferenciaTaller Internacional Produccion y Utilizacion de Trichogramas para el Control Biologico de Plagas
dc.coverage.conferenciaChillan
dc.date.conferencia5-7 Dic 1994
dc.placeofeditionChillan
dc.subject.spanishtrichogramma
dc.subject.spanishorganismos para control biologico
dc.subject.spanishpesticidas
dc.subject.spanishdaños
dc.subject.spanishefectos secundarios
dc.subject.spanishmetodos
dc.subject.spanishlaboratorios
dc.indicador.literaturaResumen
dc.codigo.pr12
dc.ubicacion.iniaEn las Bibliotecas del INIA
dc.nombre.pdfEL-27/NR22526.pdf
dc.codigo.temporalH10
dc.paginas.temporalp. 27-38
dc.paginas.temporalno. 58


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