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Noun1.Bruchus - type genus of the BruchidaeBruchus - type genus of the Bruchidae    
arthropod genus - a genus of arthropods
Bruchidae, family Bruchidae - seed beetles
Bruchus pisorum, pea weevil - larvae live in and feed on seeds of the pea plant
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Response to water deficit and high temperature of transgenic peas (Pisum sativumL.) containing a seed-specific amylase inhibitor and the subsequent effects on the pea weevil (Bruchus pisorumL.) survival.
Insecticidal effect of some bacteria on Bruchus dentipes Baudi (Coleoptera: Bruchidae).
Tambien corrige la informacion de Cushman (1911), replicada por Zacher (1952), quien menciona que Acanthoscelides schrankiae (citado como Bruchus schrankiae) esta asociado a M.
Despite their numbers, ants had no effect on seed predation, which was predominantly mediated by the leaf beetle, Bruchus atomarius L.
The most common insects species in the seeds samples of all cultivars from different parts of Jordan was Rhyzopertha dominica, followed by Bruchus rufimanus, Sitopilus granarium, Oryzaephilus surinamesis, Anthrenus museorum, A.
Life table values for Bruchus pisorum from starting cohorts of 48 or 50 neonate larvae on three PI accessions of Pisum fulvum at Pullman, WA, 1995 and 1996.
Intensity of the reproductive diapause in a strain of Bruchus rufimanus (Boh) (Coleoptera: Bruchidae) originating from the Merknes region of Morocco.
Bruchus affinis and the flowers of Lathyrus latifolius: An example of the complexity of relations between plants and phytophagous insects.
With the exception of Bruchus pisorum (L.) (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) whose females are known to be able to reproduce only after feeding on pollen of their host plant Pisum sativum L.
New synonymy of Bruchus podagricus Fabricius and Bruchus crotonae Fahraeus, with a lectotype designation and a new combination for B.
Assessing the phylogenetic usefulness of a previously neglected morphological structure through elliptic Fourier analyses: a case study in Bruchus seed-beetles (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Bruchinae).