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Raymond A. Cloyd

resistance genes ( Denholm and Jespersen 1998 ). The chlorfenapyr (Pylon®; OHP) and acetamiprid (TriStar®; Cleary Chemical, Dayton, NJ) two-way mixture that was cited once in the survey has been shown to provide 86% mortality of sweetpotato whitefly B

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James D. McCreight, Hsing-Yeh Liu, and Thomas A. Turini

Sweetpotato whitefly, Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius), adversely affects yield and quality of a wide range of vegetable and agronomic crops worldwide directly through feeding damage or indirectly as virus vectors ( Henneberry et al., 1998 ). It is

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diminished surface shear strength. Whiteflies Prefer Cucumber Seedlings Grown under Metal-halide Lamps Shibuya et al. (p. 873) evaluated the preference of adult sweetpotato whiteflies (SPWF) to cucumber seedlings grown under fluorescent lamps (FL) or metal

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Samuel F. Hutton and John W. Scott

sweetpotato whitefly ( Bemisia tabaci ), the strains that cause Tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV) are the most widespread and well known. Begomovirus resistance in Fla. 7907C is conferred by the Ty-1 gene, which was advanced using marker

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J.L. Bi and N.C. Toscano

Cock, A. Ishaaya, I. Degheele, D. Veierov, D. 1990 Vapor toxicity and concentration-dependent persistence of buprofezin applied to cotton foliage for controlling the sweetpotato whitefly (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae) J

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Kelechi Ogbuji, Gloria S. McCutcheon, Alvin M. Simmons, Maurice E. Snook, Howard F. Harrison, and Amnon Levi

the sweetpotato whitefly, B. tabaci ( Simmons and Levi, 2002 ), the two-spotted spider mite, Tetranychus urtichae Koch ( Lopez et al., 2005 ), and aphids (Simmons, unpublished data). These sources of germplasm should be useful for incorporating

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Toshio Shibuya, Kaori Itagaki, Motoaki Tojo, Ryosuke Endo, and Yoshiaki Kitaya

high R:FR have thicker leaves and consequently higher photosynthetic ability ( Shibuya et al., 2010a ) and lower attractiveness to sweetpotato whitefly ( Shibuya et al., 2010b ). The morphological and physiological changes are probably the result of

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John W. Scott, Samuel F. Hutton, and Joshua H. Freeman

Begomoviruses , vectored by the sweetpotato whitefly ( Bemisia tabaci ), are a major threat to tomato ( Solanum lycopersicum ) production in many regions around the world. Of the many strains of Begomoviruses , those that cause Tomato yellow leaf

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Samuel F. Hutton, Yuanfu Ji, and John W. Scott

Begomoviruses vectored by the sweetpotato whitefly ( Bemisia tabaci ) are a major threat to tomato ( Solanum lycopersicum ) production in many regions around the world. Of the many begomoviruses, the strains that cause Tomato yellow leaf curl virus

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James D. McCreight and Michael D. Coffey

PI 313970. Materials and Methods Two naturally infected field tests were planted at DREC in 2005 and 2009. The fields were watered using subsurface drip irrigation for germination and subsequently as needed. Imidacloprid for control of sweetpotato