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): Pathogens. In: Bh. Subramanyam and D. W. Hagstrum (eds): Alternatives to Pesticides in Stored-Product IPM. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordreecht, The Netherlands, pp. 193–227. Smith S. M. Alternatives to Pesticides in

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). Conservation and evaluation of natural enemies in IPM systems for Bemisia tabaci . Crop Prot. 20, 835–852. Naranjo S. E. Conservation and evaluation of natural enemies in IPM systems for Bemisia tabaci Crop Prot. 2001

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Yaninek, J. S. and Hanna, R. (2003): Cassava green mite in Africa: a unique example of successful biological control of a mite pest on a continental scale. In: P. Neuenschwander, C. Borgeneister and L. Langewold (eds): Biological Control in IPM Systems in

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Acta Microbiologica et Immunologica Hungarica
Authors: Mohsen Heidary, Alireza Salimi Chirani, Saeed Khoshnood, Gita Eslami, Seyyed Mohammad Atyabi, Habibollah Nazem, Mohammad Fazilati, Ali Hashemi, and Saleh Soleimani

–Bauer disk diffusion method (Mast Group, Merseyside, UK) according to the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute recommendations [14] . Antimicrobial agents tested were ciprofloxacin (CIP, 30 μg), imipenem (IPM, 10 μg), gentamicin (GEN, 10 μg), amikacin

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Furlan, L., Tóth, M. and Ujváry, I. (1997): The suitability of sex pheromone traps for implementing IPM strategies against Agriotes populations (Coleoptera: Elateridae). Proceedings of XIX IWGO Conference, Guimaraes, August 30 - September 5 1997, pp

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70 Jacobson, R. J. (1997): Integrated pest management (IPM) in glasshouses. In: T. Lewis (ed.): Thrips as Crop Pests. CAB International, Wallingford. pp. 639

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48 49 Zeier, P. and Wright, M. G. (1995): Thrips resistance in Gladiolus spp.: potential for IPM and breeding. In: Parker et al. (eds): Thrips Biology and Management. Plenum

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), AK, GEN, TOB, imipenem (IPM), meropenem (MEM), cefoxitin (CX), aztreonam (AZT), cefepime (CPM), and PIP/tazobactam (PTZ). All isolates were tested for colistin susceptibility by E-test colistin strip (ranging from 0.016 to 256 mg/ml) according to the

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. , Beltran , D. , Gallego , J.R. , Fernandez , F.J. and Cabello , T. 2012 . IPM strategies in tomato crops in Spanish greenhouses: Effects of cultivars and the integration of natural enemies . IOBC-WPRS Bull. 80 : 245 – 251

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Acta Phytopathologica et Entomologica Hungarica
Authors: T. Vulić, Č. Oparnica, B. Djordjević, S. Kuzmanović, M. Sta rović, R. Ford, and M. Tošić

, biology and management of the plum pox virus. Internet Resource http://www.ipm.msu.edu/plumpox.htm Christoff, A. (1958): Die Obstvirosen in Bulgarien. Phytopath. Z. 31, 381

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