B V David
Articles written in Proceedings – Animal Sciences
Volume 96 Issue 3 May 1987 pp 329-332
The present study aims to understand the influence of biochemical parameters of the host plants viz
Volume 96 Issue 5 September 1987 pp 583-586
The sarcity of positively associated stages of adults of both sexes and the remarkably little variation shown by the adults of a very few species studied have naturally led to the recognition of the so-called pupal cases, the exuviae of the IV instar nymphs in the matter of generic and specific classification of the aleyrodids—a rather unusual procedure in the taxonomic study of these insects. This stage is the one most often collected and known in the species world over and also possesses a multitude of diagnostic features than in any other stage.
Volume 99 Issue 2 March 1990 pp 131-135
Studies were conducted on the hyperparasite
Volume 99 Issue 2 March 1990 pp 137-140
The influence of biochemical parameters of the host plants viz.
Volume 99 Issue 5 September 1990 pp 353-362
Studies were conducted on the endoparasite
Volume 99 Issue 5 September 1990 pp 391-395