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Respuesta del frijol Phaseolus vulgaris L., en asociación con maíz Zea mays L., al ataque del picudo del ejote Apion godmani Wagner

by Pérez, E. eds; Garza García, R; Astier, M; CIMMYT, México, DF (México); Taller Nacional Rotaciones y Asociaciones de Cultivos en Sistemas de Maíz en Zonas Templadas Pátzcuaro, Michoacán (México) 29-30 Abr 1998.
Publisher: México, DF (México) GIRA : CIMMYT : SAED : CESE 1998Description: p. 43-47.ISBN: 9706480110.Subject(s): PHASEOLUS VULGARIS | ZEA MAYS | CULTIVOS ASOCIADOS | INSECTOS DAÑINOS | APION GODMANI | RESISTENCIA A LAS PLAGAS | GENOTIPOS | MEXICO | PHASEOLUS VULGARIS | ZEA MAYS | COMPANION CROPS | PEST INSECTS | PEST RESISTANCE | GENOTYPES | MEXICO | PHASEOLUS VULGARIS | ZEA MAYS | PLANTE DE CULTURE ASSOCIEE | INSECTE NUISIBLE | RESISTANCE AUX ORGANISMES NUISIBLES | GENOTYPE | MEXIQUESummary: Bean genotypes Amarillo-155, J-117, Pinto-168, Pinto Texcoco, Mexico-332, Puebla-36, Tlaxcala-62, Hidalgo-58, and APN-18 (all supposedly resistant to to Apion gudmani) and Canario-107, Jamapa, and Zacateca-45 (susceptible) were intercropped with maize variety VS-22 at Santa LucIa de PrIas, Mexico. The resistant genotypes were Amarillo-155, J-117, Pinto-168, Pinto Texcoco, Mexico-332, Puebla-36, Tlaxcala-62, and Hidalgo-58. Two resistance mechanisms were displayed by Amarillo-155, J-117, Pinto-168, and Hidalgo-58: oviposition-inhibiting antixenosis and antibiosis. Puebla-36 and Pinto Texcoco owed their resistance to the mechanism of oviposition-inhibiting antixenosis.
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Bean genotypes Amarillo-155, J-117, Pinto-168, Pinto Texcoco, Mexico-332, Puebla-36, Tlaxcala-62, Hidalgo-58, and APN-18 (all supposedly resistant to to Apion gudmani) and Canario-107, Jamapa, and Zacateca-45 (susceptible) were intercropped with maize variety VS-22 at Santa LucIa de PrIas, Mexico. The resistant genotypes were Amarillo-155, J-117, Pinto-168, Pinto Texcoco, Mexico-332, Puebla-36, Tlaxcala-62, and Hidalgo-58. Two resistance mechanisms were displayed by Amarillo-155, J-117, Pinto-168, and Hidalgo-58: oviposition-inhibiting antixenosis and antibiosis. Puebla-36 and Pinto Texcoco owed their resistance to the mechanism of oviposition-inhibiting antixenosis.

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