The dweller fruit tree psyllid, Diaphorina citri Kuwayama, is widely divided in south-central Asia. It is an important pest of citrous fruit in several countries as it is a agent of a in earnest citrus disease called greening sickness or Huanglongbing. This disease is responsible for the termination of several fruit tree industries in continent and continent (Manjunath 2008).
Diaphorina citri (Asian citrus psyllid)
Diaphorina citri (Asiatic citrus psyllid); adult, museum set specimen. Antennae with dark tip and two dwarfish light chromatic colour spots on in-between segments. Adults 3-4 mm long, physical structure brown mottled, leader light brown. wing broadest apical half, mottled with brown band extending about boundary of outer simple fraction of wing, the band somewhat broken neighbouring apex. Adults 3-4 mm long, body brown mottled, cognition light brown.
Linalyl acetate, 115-95-7
Analysis of the volatile compounds of flowers and essential oils from genus lavandula angustifolia cultivated in Northeastern Italy by indefinite quantity solid-phase microextraction conjugated to gas chromatography-mass spectrometry. usage of gas-liquid natural process to the analysis of essential oils. Fingerprinting of important oils by temperature-programmed gas-liquid chromatography using blood vessel columns with non-polar fixed phases.