In all plantings, farmers applied different insecticides to their crucifer
vegetable crops, usually once a wk, with high doses of mixtures of chemical insecticides including organophosphates, pyrethroids, and insect growth regulators (Abro et al.
Combining multidimensional liquid chromatography and MALDI-TOF-MS for the fingerprint analysis of secreted peptides from the unexplored sea anemone species Phymanthus crucifer
. Journal of Chromatography B.
Most research on crucifers
has focused on broccoli, Brassica oleracea (both vegetable and sprouts), as a source of bioactive compounds with nutrigenomic potential.
In the Proceedings of the fourth International Workshop : The Management of Diamondback Moth and other Crucifer
Lahlali et al., "Potential biological control of clubroot on canola and crucifer
vegetable crops," Plant Pathology, vol.
(spring peeper).--The spring peeper is abundant at Dave's Pond.
"For decades, any fluorescent pseudomonad causing disease on a crucifer
was almost automatically identified as Pseudomonas syringae pv.
You can hear it just as the sun is setting and evening is settling in - the hypnotizing melody of the hyla crucifer
- better known as the spring peeper.
Key words: adaptation, Crucifer
, earliness, Mediterranean, production.
Both larvae and adults of that crucifer
specialist accept two naturalized weeds whose leaf glucosinolate profiles are chemically similar to those of preferred native food plants even the weeds are unfavorable for larval development to pupation (Rodman & Chew, 1980).