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Rape leaf beetle (entomoscelis adonidis) (ecology, geography, phenetics, microevolution investigations of the model species)

By Denisova Anna Alexandrovna

Abstract

The work is aimed at complex studying the populations of the rape leaf beetle to investigate the laws and features of the microevolution processes taking place in the isolated populations under the conditions of the mountain landscape depression. For the first time, a complex analysis of the model species has been performed, the knowledges on the biology, vertical and biotopic distribution of thespecies, its trophic timing and phenogenetic structure have been widened. Isolated and described have been phenes in the wings nervation, the phenocollection has been compiled, the fact of the populations latent existance has been established. It has been proved, that the species is a potential vermin of the food and vegetable crusiferous, a prognosis concerning the possibility of the species transition from the nature populations to the crusiferous crops has been made. The role of the leaf beetle as the vermin of the medicinal and rare plants has been proved. The recommendations on the medicinal plants collection have been developed with rape leaf beetle of the space structure taken into accountAvailable from VNTIC / VNTIC - Scientific & Technical Information Centre of RussiaSIGLERURussian Federatio

Topics: 06X - Zoology, 02D - Agronomy, crop production, crop diseases, horticulture, BIOLOGY,AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY
Year: 1992
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