How To Use Thysanopter In A Sentence

  • It would not be an exaggeration to describe him as ‘a man for all seasons’ when it comes to his thysanopteran research endeavours.
  • Over 45,000 arthropods were collected from 55 plants (5 plants from each of 11 sites), dominated numerically by Acari and Thysanoptera.
  • A close examination of the thysanopteran ‘pupa’, however, reveals that it does not undergo any internal transformation.
  • Many thysanopterans disperse over short distances or migrate over large areas, and mass flights are observed.
  • Thrips, as thysanopterans are commonly called, are slender and may be winged or wingless.
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  • Here, we present the entire nucleotide sequence of the mt genome of the plague thrips, Thrips imaginis (Thysanoptera).
  • The samples were dominated numerically by the Thysanoptera and Acari, accounting for over 90% of the arthropods from both leaf and stalk material.
  • The communities were dominated numerically by Thysanoptera (leaves and stalks) and Acari, but other taxa including Heteroptera and Coleoptera were also relatively common.
  • He showed that the thysanopterans are efficiently removed from plants only by small ant species that are able to enter inside floral structures to capture them.
  • Parthenogenesis-inducing Wolbachia are restricted to species with haplodiploid sex determination, as occurs in the arthropod groups of Hymenoptera, Thysanoptera, Coleoptera, and Acari.
  • Physopoda: bladder-footed: = Thysanoptera; q.v. Phytophaga: plant-eaters: beetles in which the 4th and 5th tarsal joints are anchylosed and the 3d is lobed. Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology

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