19 research outputs found

    Effects of silicon addition to rice plants (TN1) on food consumption efficiency in third instars of <i>Cnaphalocrocis medinalis</i>.

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    <p>A: Food consumed, B: relative consumption rate (<i>RCR</i>), C: relative growth rate (<i>RGR</i>), D: approximate digestibility (<i>AD</i>), E: efficiency of conversion of ingested food (<i>ECI</i>), F: efficiency of conversion of digested food (<i>ECD</i>). Values are expressed as means ± SE. Bars with different letters are significantly different (Tukey’s multiple range test, <i>P</i> = 0.05). Numbers in bars indicate replications.</p

    Effects of silicon addition on silicon and soluble sugar content and C:N ratio in the reciprocal fourth leaves and stems.

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    <p>A: Silicon content in rice leaves, B: silicon content in rice stems, C: soluble sugar content in rice leaves, D: C:N ratio in rice leaves. Values are expressed as means ± SE. Bars with different letters are significantly different (Tukey’s multiple range test, <i>P</i> = 0.05). Numbers in bars indicate replications.</p

    Developmental duration (A, n = 240) and survival (B, n = 3) (mean ± SE) of <i>Nilaparvata lugens</i> nymphs on rice germplasms.

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    <p>Different letters over the bars in a panel indicate significant differences (Tukey HSD, <i>P</i> = 0.05).</p

    Population size (no./100 hills, mean ± SE) of <i>Nilaparvata lugens</i> in field plots (n = 3) of the TN1, IR64, B5, HHZ, BR4831, 9311, HF106, and C602 rice germplasms.

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    <p>Population size (no./100 hills, mean ± SE) of <i>Nilaparvata lugens</i> in field plots (n = 3) of the TN1, IR64, B5, HHZ, BR4831, 9311, HF106, and C602 rice germplasms.</p

    Population parameters (mean ± SE) of <i>Nilaparvata lugens</i> fed on the TN1, IR64, B5, HHZ, BR4831, 9311, HF106, and C602 rice germplasms.

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    <p>Population parameters (mean ± SE) of <i>Nilaparvata lugens</i> fed on the TN1, IR64, B5, HHZ, BR4831, 9311, HF106, and C602 rice germplasms.</p

    Weight of honeydew (mean ± SE, n = 30) excreted by female <i>Nilaparvata lugens</i> adults on rice germplasms.

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    <p>Different letters over the bars indicate significant differences (Tukey HSD, <i>P</i> = 0.05).</p
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