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Korean journal of applied entomology
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Volume 27, Issue 4 - Dec 1988
Volume 27, Issue 3 - Dec 1988
Volume 27, Issue 2 - Sep 1988
Volume 27, Issue 1 - Jun 1988
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Classification of Korean Bark and Ambrosia Beetles by Their Galleries
Korean journal of applied entomology, volume 27, issue 3, 1988, Pages 131~137
Key to main genera of Korean bark and ambrosia beetles by galleries is presented.
Key to the Subfamilies, Tribes, and Genera of Korean Platypodidae and Scolytidae(Coleoptera)
Korean journal of applied entomology, volume 27, issue 3, 1988, Pages 138~143
A key to subfamilies, tribes, and genera of Korean bark and ambrosia beetles including unrecorded genus Scolytogenes is provided with general and antennal pictures for identification.
External Ultrastructure of the Adult Genital Segments of Pine Needle Gall Midge, Thecodiplosis japonensis Uchida et Inouye
Korean journal of applied entomology, volume 27, issue 3, 1988, Pages 144~148
Using scanning electron microscope, we studied the adult genital segments of pine needle gall midge, Thecodiplosis Japonensis, Uchida et Inouye Male: There were two pairs of hypoproct a pair of claspettes and aedeagus, Hypoproct were surrounded with many setae and sensilla. Clasperres which was projected below hypoproct was composed of two aegments and had many sensilla Aedeagus was long and flattened and possesed some sensilla at the terminal. Female :Ovipositor was segmented into three parts. Each segment had a different externla sturcture; particularly, the 2nd one was covered with reversed boat-like attachments and did not show any sensillum.
Isolation of Nematophagous Fungi against Root-knot Nematode and Their Growth in Vitro
Korean journal of applied entomology, volume 27, issue 3, 1988, Pages 149~158
Nematophagous fungi were successfully isolated by baited plating, centrifugation technique of soil, and direct isolation from naturally ingested nematodes. Predominant seven fungi isolated were identified as Artheobotrys arthroboteyides, A.conoides, A. oligospora, Dactylella lobata, Fusatium oxysporum, Monacrosporium ellopsoporum and Harposporium anguillu-lae. Of these, six fungi were tested for cultural characteristics except. H, anguillulae, extre-mely fastidious fungus in artificial media. Among 14 media tested in this experiment, Corn-meal Agar (CMA) and Oatmeal Agar (OMA) were the most suitable media for growing all six nematophagous fungi. Weakly saprophytic M. ellipsospoyum also grew vigoroualy on these two media. The radial growth, dry weight and sporulation of the fungi tested were quite diverse depending on the culture media. D. lobata revealed good growth and abundantly sporulated on Glucoes Peptone Agar (GPA). Although over-all growth of F, oxysporum was not satisfactory on Sucrose Nitrate Agar (SNA), the sporulation was best on this medium. Optimum conditious for mycelial growth and sporulation of nematophagous fungi ranged pH 5-8 and 20-
on SNA. D. lobata and F, oxysporum grew vigorously and most profusely sporulated on all media tested. They turned out an most promising biocontrol agents for their aggressive growth and sporulation over the ranges of temperature and pH ranges.
Decrease of Nematode Population by Introduction of Nematophagous Fungi into The Soil as Affected by Inoculum Concentration and Temperature in Vitro
Korean journal of applied entomology, volume 27, issue 3, 1988, Pages 159~164
Five nematophagous fungi were evaluated for their nematicidal effect in vitro on Rhabditis sp. and Meloidogyne hapla in soil. Inocula of Arthrobotrys arthrobotryoides, A. conoides, A. oligospora, Dactylella lobata, and Fusarium oxyaporum were grown in moistened corn-sandy soil and chopped potato-sandy soil media, and incubated at 26
for one week. The prepared inocula were incorporated in autoclaved sandy soil, mixing thoroughly at rates equ-invalent to 1:50, 1:100, 1:200, and 1:400, repectively, before 80g of the mixture carrying 100 Rhabditis sp. was put into petri plates. Nematophagous fungi effectively teduced the popuation of Rhabditis sp. in soil in a week or two following treatment of the incula at concentration of 1:50 and 1:100. The optimum was at
for nematicidial effect as high as 80-100%. The at the rate of 1:100 prepared incula were incorporated in auto-claved soil, where 100 Juveniles M. hapla were introduced per 80% soil. All fungi infected the M. hapla effectively in soil, caysing more than 90% mortality within one week. This result indicated the potential value of these fungi as promising biocontrol agents
A Taxonmical Study on The Family of Longidoridae(Nematoda) in Korea. 1. There Unrecorded Species of Longidoridae
Korean journal of applied entomology, volume 27, issue 3, 1988, Pages 165~170
Taxonomical study on the Longidoridae from korea were undertaken at Kyungsangbuk-do. Three species belomging to two Longidoridae were identified. Xiphinema zulu, X. setatiae and Longidoridae sylphus were newly reported from Korea.