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Biochemical characterization of digestive carbohydrases in the rose sawfly, Arge rosae Linnaeus (Hymenoptera: Argidae)
J. Crop Prot
The rose sawfly, Arge rosae Linnaeus, is one of the most destructive pests of rose bushes in the north of Iran. Nowadays, many attempts have been made to reduce pesticide application by looking for new methods of pest control. A non chemical method for controlling insect pests including A. rosae can be achieved by using genetically engineered plants expressing carbohydrase inhibitors. Therefore, in present study we characterized biochemical properties of digestive carbohydrases in the gut of A.fatcat:dqdjd3srtje27cnlhqpefp3y3m