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Inducing resistance of spanish cedar Cedrela odorata L. and mahogany swietenia macrophylla King against y Hypsipyla grandella (Zeller) by grafting

by Pérez Flores, Julián; CATIE, Turrialba (Costa Rica); University of Idaho, Moscow, ID (EUA).
Publisher: Turrialba (Costa Rica) 2006Description: 136 p.Subject(s): CEDRELA ODORATA | SWIETENIA MACROPHYLLA | HYPSIPYLA GRANDELLA | ARBOLES MADERABLES | DANOS | CONTROL DE PLAGAS | DESINFECCION | CULTIVO IN VITRO | EXPLANTES | RESISTENCIA A LAS PLAGAS | RESISTENCIA INDUCIDA | CEDRELA ODORATA | SWIETENIA MACROPHYLLA | HYPSIPYLA GRANDELLA | TIMBER TREES | DAMAGE | PEST CONTROL | DISINFECTION | IN VITRO CULTURE | EXPLANTS | PEST RESISTANCE | INDUCED RESISTANCE | CEDRELA ODORATA | SWIETENIA MACROPHYLLA | HYPSIPYLA GRANDELLA | ARBRE POUR BOIS DE CONSTRUCTION | DEGAT | LUTTE ANTIRAVAGEUR | DESINFECTION | CULTURE IN VITRO | EXPLANT | RESISTANCE AUX ORGANISMES NUISIBLES | RESISTANCE INDUITEOnline Resources: Texto completo (En) | En | En Summary: A viable management program to prevent the shootborer Hypsipyla grandella (Zeller) from damaging Swietenia macrophylla King and Cedrela odorata L. wich are the most valuable timber species in Latin America, is currently needed to establish commercial plantations.Micropropagation techniques for C. odorata and S. macrophylla useful for cloning selected resistant trees were also examined. For in vitro establisment, initial contamination was reduced from 90% to 30% by using NaOCI or plant preservative mixture, and benzylaminopurine improved bud break on shoot explants of S. macrophylla by more than double compared to C. odorata shoots.
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A viable management program to prevent the shootborer Hypsipyla grandella (Zeller) from damaging Swietenia macrophylla King and Cedrela odorata L. wich are the most valuable timber species in Latin America, is currently needed to establish commercial plantations.Micropropagation techniques for C. odorata and S. macrophylla useful for cloning selected resistant trees were also examined. For in vitro establisment, initial contamination was reduced from 90% to 30% by using NaOCI or plant preservative mixture, and benzylaminopurine improved bud break on shoot explants of S. macrophylla by more than double compared to C. odorata shoots.

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