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Title of Thesis
BIODIVERSITY OF AMBLYSEIUS BERLESE AND NEOSEIULUS HUGHES (ACARINA: PHYTOSEIIDAE) OF PUNJAB-PAKISTAN

Author(s)
ABU BAKAR MUHAMMAD RAZA
Institute/University/Department Details
DEPARTMENT OF AGRI. ENTOMOLGY FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE, UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE, FAISALABAD, PAKISTAN
Session
2008
Subject
Entomology
Number of Pages
198
Keywords (Extracted from title, table of contents and abstract of thesis)
Entomolgy, Amblyseius Berlese,Neoseiulus Hughes,Acarina: Phytoseiidae,Punjab-Pakistan

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Contents

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List of figures

List of map

List of tables

List of graphs

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2 1 Introduction

 

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3 2 Review of Literature

2.1. Survey and classification of amblyseius

2.2. Survey and classification of neoseiulus

2.3.Biodiversity of phytoseiid (amblyseius and neoseiulus)

2.4. Predatory potential of phytoseiid (amblyseius and    neoseiulus)

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4 3 Materials and Methods

3.1. Study of predatory potential of the most abundant amblyseius and neoseiulus mite species.

3.2. Biodiversity analysis

3.3. Examination and identification of mounted specimens

3.4. Preparation of permanent mounts

3.5. Sorting of amblyseius and neoseiulus mites from the bulk of collection

3.6. Collection methods

3.7. Sources of collection

3.8. Collection schedule

3.9. Survey and collection

3.10. Morphology and terminology

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Results

 

4.1. Results of genus amblyseius

4.2. Result of genus neoseiulus

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6 5

Discussion

5.1. Survery and classification of Amblyseius

5.2. Biodiversity analysis of Amblyseius Berlese

5.3. Predatory potential of Amblyseius deductus which was found to be the abundant species in Punjab

5.4. Survery and classification of Neoseiulus

5.5. Biodiversity study of Neoseiulus Hughes

5.6. Predatory potential of N. consobrinus which is the abundant species in Punjab

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7 6 Summary 129
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  6.1 References 132