E3S Web Conf.
Volume 285, 2021International Conference on Advances in Agrobusiness and Biotechnology Research (ABR 2021)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Agricultural Biotechnology and Chemistry|
|Published online||06 July 2021|
Entomopathogenic activity of bacterial and viral strains from the bioresource collection “State Collection of Entomoacariphages and Microorganisms”
Federal Research Center of Biological Plant Protection, Krasnodar, Russia
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As a result of a series of experiments to study the entomopathogenic activity of bacteria and viruses from the “State Collection of Entomoacariphages and Microorganisms”, it was revealed that the large wax moth Galleria mellonella L. it is sensitive to new strains of bacteria and viruses. In the future, the strains can be used in the subsequent stages of screening of microorganisms that are promising as agents of biological pest control. The maximum biological efficacy on the fifth day against the tested insect was observed when using bacterial strains Bacillus spp. BZR 1159 (94.6%) and BZR 936 (95.0%) and a granulovirus strain of the codling moth (CpGV) BZR L-5 (100%). Larvae of G. mellonella L were susceptible to melanization in the process of infection with new bacterial and viral agents.
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