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Biology of Diptera

Diptera is an order of winged insects commonly known as flies. Diptera, which are one of the most successful groups of organisms on Earth, are very diverse and biologically. No one truly marine but they occupy virtually all terrestrial niches. Ma ...

Glowworm

Firefly or Firefly is a common name for various groups of insect larvae and adult larviform women that glow through bioluminescence. They include members of the family Elateridae, Lampyridae, Phengodidae, and Rhagophthalmidae among beetles, as we ...

Beak (bivalve)

The beak is part of the shell of the bivalve, i.e. the part of the shells of marine or freshwater shellfish. The beak of the basal projection of the old part of the valve of an adult animal. The bill is usually, but not always, coincides with the ...

Journals associated with the New York Entomological Society

The new York entomological society and other entomological societies in new York has prepared a number of scientific journals from the mid-19th century, some of which have moved between the set of such societies.

Caroline Rosenberg

Caroline Friderike Rosenberg was a Danish botanist. She became widely known during her published a study in the Norwegian algae. The standard author abbreviation C. Rosenb. used to refer to this person as the author When citing a Botanical name.

Citrus black spot

Citrus black spot is a fungal disease caused by Guignardia citricarpa. This Ascomycete fungus affects citrus plants throughout subtropical climates, causing a reduction and fruit quantity and quality. Symptoms include both fruit and leaf lesions, ...

Fusarium circinatum

Fungi Fusarium circinatum is a fungal plant pathogen that causes serious disease sores on pitch pine and Douglas fir. The most common hosts of the pathogen include Slash pine, loblolly pine Mexican weeping pine and Douglas fir. Like other Fusariu ...

Phomopsis blight of juniper

Rot the Volgograd juniper is a foliar disease discovered in 1917, caused by the fungal pathogen juniperovora of Volgograd. The fungus infects new growth of juniper trees or shrubs, i.e., seedlings or young shoots of trees. The infection starts wi ...

Grapevine trunk disease

The trunk of the vine diseases are the most destructive diseases of vineyards worldwide. Fungicides with the ability to control GTD have been banned in Europe and is quite effective treatments. It is necessary to develop new strategies to combat ...

Esca (grape disease)

ESCA is a disease of grapes, ripe grapes. Its like the trunk of the vine disease. Fungi Phaeoacremonium aleophilum, Phaeomoniella chlamydospora and Fomitiporia Mediterranea associated with the disease.

Bacillaria

Cells elongated and movable, sliding along each other, are stacked in the colony. Cells have a rectangular shape in the form of a belt, when in the colonies, and lanceolate in valve. System seam are slightly keeled and runs from pole to pole. Two ...

Fragilariopsis kerguelensis

Fragilariopsis kerguelensis is a native of pennate diatoms of the southern ocean. He was described as "the most abundant diatom in Antarctic seas."

Pseudo-nitzschia

Pseudo-nitzschia algae is a marine planktonic diatom genus containing some species capable of producing the neurotoxin poisoning Domovoi acid, which is responsible for the neurological disorder known as amnesiac shellfish poisoning. Currently 54 ...

Pseudo-nitzschia australis

Pseudo-nitzschia algae of Australis is a pennate diatom found in temperate and subtropical marine waters, for example off the coast of California and Argentina. This diatom is a harmful micro-algae that produces toxic effects on various organisms ...

Cymbella

Abbottii aculeata Cymbella acute acutea adnata Cymbella advena aequaloides affiniformis Cymbella affinis alaskana Algida alpestris alpinoides Cymbella Americana amelieana amoyensis Cymbella amphioxys amplificata ampullacea andranokelyna Cymbella ...

Didymosphenia geminata

Didymosphenia geminata commonly known as didymo or rock snot, is a species of diatom that a nuisance growths in freshwater rivers and streams with consistently low water temperatures and low nutrient levels. It grows in the Northern hemisphere, a ...

Attheya

The genus Attheya is composed of small single-celled diatoms. Some of these species were previously considered to belong to Chaetoceros, or Gonioceros, the taxonomic status of some of these species is still being discussed.

Bacteriastrum

Bacteriastrum is a genus of diatoms in family Chaetocerotaceae. There are more than 30 described species in genus Bacteriastrum, but many of them are not currently accepted, and new species added to the genus. Species of the genus Bacteriastrum f ...

Chaetoceros

Chaetoceros is probably the largest genus of marine planktonic diatoms with approximately 400 described species, although a large number of these descriptions is no longer valid. It is often very difficult to distinguish from different species of ...

Coscinodiscus

Coscinodiscus actinocycloides - Coscinodiscus actinocycloides - Coscinodiscus actinocyclus - Coscinodiscus actinoptychus - Coscinodiscus actinosus - Coscinodiscus aeginensis - Coscinodiscus aethes - Coscinodiscus agapetos - Coscinodiscus alborani ...

Cypripedium

The Cypripedium is a genus of 58 species and nothospecies of hardy orchids, this is one of the five families, which together constitute the subfamily of lady slipper orchids. They are widely distributed in most parts of the Northern hemisphere, i ...

Paphiopedilum

Circles Paphiopedilum, often called the Venus slipper, a genus of the ladys slipper Orchid subfamily Cypripedioideae of the flowering plant family Orchidaceae. The genus includes about 80 accepted taxa including several natural hybrids. The genus ...

Paphiopedilum appletonianum

Ladys shoes appletonianum Gower basionym. Other synonyms include: Circles Paphiopedilum appletonianum F. immaculatum braem. Circles Paphiopedilum wolterianum Kraenzl. Pfitzer. Alexander Osipov circles Paphiopedilum hainanense. Circles Paphiopedil ...

Paphiopedilum bellatulum

Circles Paphiopedilum bellatulum, commonly known as egg in the nest, orchids, species of orchids, found in the southeastern part of Yunnan, Guizhou and Guangxi in southern China to Indochina. It is also found in Myanmar and Thailand, at altitude ...

Paphiopedilum delenatii

Circles Paphiopedilum delenatii, described in 1924, is named after Delanat, French Orchid 1900-ies. It was first discovered in 1913 when it was brought to France by returning soldiers, and was considered extinct and was not discovered in the wild ...

Paphiopedilum druryi

Circles Paphiopedilum druryi is a species of Orchid endemic to the Agastyamalai hills in southern India. This is the only southern Indian Orchid species in the genus. Reopened in 1972 after its original description in 1870, the wild population wa ...

Paphiopedilum henryanum

Circles Paphiopedilum henryanum is a species of Orchid ranging from southeastern Yunnan and Guangxi to Northern Vietnam. This is called for the Orchid hunter Henry Azadehdel.

Paphiopedilum insigne

Circles Paphiopedilum Insigne is a species of Orchid endemic Indian States of Assam and Meghalaya and States of Myanmar Kachin, Shan and Kayar. It is known as in Myanmar. This species of the genus Paphiopedilum circles.

Paphiopedilum liemianum

Circles Paphiopedilum liemianum is a species of Orchid endemic to Northern Sumatra. These plants were first collected in Gunong Sinabung in Sumatra Liem Khe Wie, at 600-1.000 meters. Flowers 8-9 cm in diameter and sit on the top 15-20 cm long inf ...

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