baculovirus

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baculovirus

(ˈbækjʊləʊˌvaɪrəs)
n
any of a family of viruses that attack insects and other arthropods, used as biological pesticides
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Baculovirus
bakulovirus
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The Baculoviridae (King et al., 2012) are a large family of invertebrate viruses that are found ubiquitously in insects (notably members of the orders Lepidoptera, Hymenoptera and Diptera) in natural habitats.
gemmatalis are infected naturally by a nucleopolyhedrovirus (AgMNPV; Baculoviridae: Alphabaculovirus) (de Castro Oliveira et al.
Los baculovirus son un grupo de entomopatogenos miembros de la familia Baculoviridae, los cuales se han aislado exclusivamente de artropodos y mayoritariamente de insectos.
La familia Baculoviridae esta compuesta por cuatro generos, dentro de los que se destacan dos grupos: los nucleopoliedrovirus (NPV) y los granulovirus (GV) (Thiem y Cheng 2009).
Este virus de la familia Baculoviridae ha sido hallado en forma natural afectando larvas de las polillas Phthorimaea operculella (Zeller, 1873) (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) y T.
Epizootiology of a nuclear polyhedrosis virus (baculoviridae) in European spruce sawfly (Gilpinia hercyniae): spread of disease from small epicentres in comparison with spread of baculovirus diseases in other hosts.
Nuclear Polyhedrosis Viruses (NPVs), belonging to family Baculoviridae, have attained great attention as a microbial insecticide, and it is being used to control different agricultural insect pests of different crops and vegetables (Black et al., 1997; Moscardi, 1999).
Forty-nine isolates of nucleopolyhedrovirus (Baculoviridae) were obtained from FAW larvae.
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