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Variation performance in the development stage and female preference of oriental fruit fly (Bactrocera dorsalis Hendel) on seven different tropical host plants
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Yang, W. J., Xu, K. K., Zhang, R. Y., Dou, W., and Wang, J. J. 2013. Transcriptional regulation of a chitinase gene by 20-Hydroxyecdysone and starvation in the oriental fruit fly, Bactrocera dorsalis. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 14: 20048-20063.||摘要:||
Eradication and control program have been established some countries because of the damaged caused by oriental fruit fly (Bactrocera dorsalis Hendel). By observing the development time, pupal weight, and hatchability of oriental fruit fly can contribute some data to control this insect pest. Also, insect preference is a substantial behaviour which must be considered in the female existence that affects the insect population. Thus, in this study, I focused on the development time of oriental fruit fly and the female preferences which can be used to build an ecological-pest management. The experiment has conducted in developmental bioassays to understand the stage development time of oriental fruit fly in 7 host plant (banana, tangerine, papaya, starfruit, lemon, guava, pineapple) and artificial diet; no-choice and choice experiment to study about female preferences between 7 host plants. Based on the result, the development time of oriental fruit fly in tangerine (18.33 ± .77 days); banana (19.12 ± .16 days) and guava (21.04 ± 1.01 days) was the fastest. The heaviest pupal weight found in the artificial diet (13 mg) and the lightest pupa was in lemon (9.96 mg). Oriental fruit flies laid more eggs in tangerine and guava in the non-choice experiment but prefer banana and guava in the choice experiment. In addition, the preferences (choice experiment) of oriental fruit fly were not correlated with the hatchability. From this study, we can suggest using lemon three as tree trap that can be used as integrated pest the management.
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