Tunneling activity of Coptotermes gestroi (Wasmann) (Rhinotermitidae), Heterotermes tenuis (Hagen) (Rhinotermitidae), C formosanus, and Reticulitermes
flavipes (Kollar) (Rhinotermitidae) in studies by Arab and Costa-Leonardo (2005) and Su and Puche (2003), showed that these species tunneled more in substrates with higher moisture content.
1998) in which impregnated Pine (Pinus stobus) sapwood with resin and rubber obtained from guayule by solvent extraction prevented attack of Heterotermes, Coptotermes and Reticulitermes
subterranean termites for period of 67-71 months.
Toxicity of Turmeric Extracts to the Termite Reticulitermes
flavipes (Blattodea: Rhinotermitidae).
Termite testing followed the American Wood Protection Association (AWPA) E1-13 standard (AWPA 2014) using the eastern subterranean termite, Reticulitermes
The termites used were Reticulitermes
Ohotoko et al (2000) reported GH45 cellulase homologs from the symbiotic protists in the hindgut of termite Reticulitermes
speratus using consensus PCR and cDNA library screening.
Colony characterization of Reticulitermes
flavipes (Isoptera: Rhinotermitidae) on a Native Tallgrass Prairie.
Cellular encapsulation in the eastern subterranean termite, Reticulitermes
flavipes (Isoptera), against infection by the entomopathogenic fungus Metarhizium anisopliae.
WHITNEY, 1982); Reticulitermes
flavipes (Kollar) (ZOBERI & GRACE, 1990); Diabrotica speciosa (Germar) (BERCELLINI & MALACALZA, 1994; SILVA-WERNECK et al.
Zhou X, Smith JA, Oi FM, Koehler PG, Bennett GW, Scharf ME (2007) Correlation of cellulase gene expression and cellulolytic activity throughout the gut of the termite Reticulitermes
Repellent, Antifeedant, and toxic activities of Lantana camara leaf extract against Reticulitermes
flavipes (Isoptera: Rhinotermitidae).
The presence of eukaryotic endogenous cellulases including GHF9 has been demonstrated in various metazoans, including the ascidian Ciona intestina-lis, the termite Reticulitermes
speratus, the abalone Hallows discus, and the red claw crayfish Cherax quadricarinatus (Lo et al.