Additionally, it has been reported that decrease in pest population was observed after the use of the nuclear polyhedrosis
virus (NsNPV) application against N.
Of these, 52 (58%) isolates caused lethal polyhedrosis
disease in larvae.
We have two major pathogens that affect the Bombyx mori species caterpillar namely nuclear polyhedrosis
virus and grasserie.
Some bacteria and viruses are ingested by an arthropod, reproduce inside it, killing it through production of toxins such as nuclear polyhedrosis
The research team will involve the farmers in the program by promoting the adoption of village-level production of biological control agents (BCAs), such as Trichogramma, helicoverpa nuclear polyhedrosis
virus and earwigs in their farms.
In addition, the Cotton bollworm Nuclear Polyhedrosis
Virus (NPV) causes high mortality of locusts when viral DNA is mixed with nano-particles (Liu et al.
Zhou, "3.88 [Angstrom] structure of cytoplasmic polyhedrosis
virus by cryo-electron microscopy," Nature, vol.
Each virion contained a nucleocapsid as a single-embedded nuclear polyhedrosis
Mainly the susceptible hosts for nuclear polyhedrosis
viruses (NPVs) are arthropod and preferably lepidopterous insect pests (Liu et al., 2006).
At the National Institute of Genetics in Japan, I and Kin'ichiro Miura, a senior co-researcher at the institute, tried to define the 5'- and 3'-terminal sequences of dsRNA of cytoplasmic polyhedrosis
virus (CPV) that infects silkworm Bombyx mori.
Cruz I, Goncalves EP, Figueiredo MLC (2002) Effect of a nuclear polyhedrosis
virus on Spodoptera frugiperda (Smith) larvae, its damage and yield of maize crop.
Influence of sprinkler irrigation on dispersal of nuclear polyhedrosis
virus from host cadavers on soybean.