Journal of
Entomology and Nematology

  • Abbreviation: J. Entomol. Nematol.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2006-9855
  • DOI: 10.5897/JEN
  • Start Year: 2009
  • Published Articles: 130

Table of Content: February 2014; 6(2)

February 2014

Aleytrap: An instrumentation to handle adult whitefly, Bemisia tabaci, Gennadius

Whiteflies are fast flying, minute insects in the suborder Homoptera of the Hemiptera; family Aleyrodidae. They are reported to transmit viral diseases in various, economically important agricultural crops. Based on their small size (average wing spans of about 3 mm), whiteflies are difficult to count on plants or capture through insect nets and other tools. Therefore, we developed a feasible and effective method to...

Author(s): Syed Kamran Ahmad, Parvez Qamar Rizvi and Shabistana Nisar

February 2014

Effect of different concentrations of Eriobotrya japonica extract on control of infection by Meloidogyne incognita and Cephalobus litoralis

This study discusses and developed methods for obtaining plant extracts/pure compounds and its usages as a nematicidal agent. Freshly hatched second-stage juveniles of two nematode species, Meloidogyne incognita and Cephalobus litoralis were used. A bioassay guided isolation of the extract, fractions and pure compounds were done for their nematicidal activity at different concentrations in comparison with Azadirachta...

Author(s): Nighat Sultana, Musarrat Akhtar, Sadia Ferheen, RanaKausar, Zakia khatoon, Razia Sultana, and Ghafoor Ahmed

February 2014

Description of a new species of insect parasitic nematode, Leidynema (Schwenck, in Travassos 1929) (Thelastomatidae) from host Periplaneta americana of Meerut region - India

Three different types of insect parasitic nematodes namely - Leidynema, Thelastoma and Hammerschmidtiella, were collected from hind gut of host Periplaneta americana. The new species - Leidynema meerutensis sp. nov., is characterized with its females having a typical corpus broader at posterior and an enlarged blind intestinal diverticulum, females with unequally disposed lateral alae with posteriorly directed terminal...

Author(s): Praveen Kumar Singh, Pragati Rastogi and Hridaya Shankar Singh