Angoumois


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An•gou•mois

(ˌɑŋ gumˈwɑ)

n.
a region and former province of W France: famous as source of cognac.
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Sitotroga cerealella, also known as Angoumois grain moth, is a primary pest of stored grains (Pacheco & Paula 1995; Puzzi 2000).
Exploitation of newer botanicals as rice grain protectants against Angoumois grain moth, Sitotroga cerealella Oliv.
a) Larger Grain Borer (Prostephanus Truncatus) b) Angoumois Mouth (Sitotroga Cerealella) c) Khapra Beetle (Trogoderma Granarium) d) Lesser Grain Borer (Rhizopertha Dorminica) e) Grain Weevils (Sitophil Granaries) f) Red Floor Beetle (Tribolium Castaneum) g) Saw Toothed Grain Beetle (Oryzaephilus Surinamensis) h)The Grain has been fumigated through Phsophine (Mention Dose) for minimum period of 120 hrs i) Parent Crop was field inspected during active growth and found free Tilletia Indica, the seed and weeds have also been laboratory tested.
The fecundity, fertility, pupation, hatchability and longevity of the predator were also higher on aphids followed by pink and spotted bollworms, and Angoumois grain moth eggs.
The angoumois grain moth, Sitotroga cerealella Olivier (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) has been considered a primary colonizer of stored grain in subtropical and warm temperate regions of the world (Fouad et al., 2013), especially on stored rice and wheat in China (Yang et al., 2012).
2: Percentage of operations that named one of the following arthropods as causing problems in stored rough rice in the past 5 years: Angoumois grain moth, Sitotroga cerealella (Olivier); Indianmeal moth, Plodia interpunctella (Hübner); lesser grain borer, Rhyzopertha dominica (Fabricius); mites; red flour beetle, Tribolium castaneum (Herbst); rice weevil, Sitophilus oryzae (Linnaeus); spiders or wasps.
Por ejemplo, cuando en 1791 los principales negociantes de Conac se comprometieron a vender solo aguardientes originarios de las provincias (vecinas) de Saintonge y Angoumois, los "aguardientes de Conac" gozaban desde anos de una fama excelente en el mercado internacional.
The text may have been printed in Amsterdam: the paper's watermark is the arms of Amsterdam, used by papermakers of Angoumois for paper exported to Holland; Raymond Gaudriault, Filigranes et autres caracteristiques des papiers fabriques en France aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siecles (Paris: CNRS Editions, 1995), 81; the woodcut decorations are signed "Bernard Picart," a Frenchman who worked in Amsterdam from 1711 until his death there in 1733; and there is a dedication to "Monsieur Henri Bicker, Bourgemaitre Regent de la ville d'Amsterdam" in vol.1, [iii].
Exploitation of newer botanicals as rice grain protectents against Angoumois grain moth Sitotrga cerealella.