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  1. This study evaluated the parasitizing efficiency of Tetrastichus howardi (Olliff) (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae) on the Galleria mellonella (Linnaeus) (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) larvae and pupae. The sixth instar larvae...

    Authors: D. N. Borase, Y. E. Thorat, Arun Baitha and B. E. Kolkar
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2024 34:14
  2. Isolation of novel species of entomopathogenic nematodes (EPNs) with biocontrol potential against important insect pests is very important for the sustainable management of economic pests damaging food crops a...

    Authors: M. S. M. Shamseldean, N. M. Abo-Shady, Mohamed. A. M. El-Awady and M. N. Heikal
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2024 34:13
  3. The invasive peach fruit fly (PFF), Bactrocera zonata (Saunders) (Diptera: Tephritidae), is a native of Southeast Asia. Entomopathogens like nematodes, bacteria, viruses and fungi have been shown to be effective ...

    Authors: Radwa F. Sallam, Fawzy F. Shalaby, Adel A. Hafez, Naglaa F. Abdel-Hameid and Souad A. Shairra
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2024 34:12
  4. Purple blotch disease is a devastating disease, resulting in significant yield losses in onion. Application of synthetic fungicides is a rapid approach for the control of this disease, but extensive use of syn...

    Authors: Kamal A. M. Abo-Elyousr, Muhammad Imran, Nashwa M. A. Sallam, Ahmed M. K. Abdel-Aal, Mazen E. Assiri and Ismail R. Abdel-Rahim
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2024 34:11
  5. Cotesia marginiventris (Cresson) and Microplitis rufiventris Kok. (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) are larval endoparasitoids of Spodoptera frugiperda (Smith) and S. littoralis (Boisd.), respectively. Cotesia marginiven...

    Authors: Esmat Hegazi and Wedad Khafagi
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2024 34:10
  6. Pasteuria penetrans is a mycelial, endospore forming, obligate, bacterial parasite that has shown enormous potential for biological control of root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne spp. In the present study, the effort...

    Authors: Rajendran Jagadeeswaran, Bansa Singh and Jyotirmay Dubey
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2024 34:9
  7. Authors: Amit Kumar Maurya, Harish Kumar, Vinny John, Hemlata Pant, D. K. Srivastava, Nevin Ahmed, Fadi Baakdah, Rokayya Sami, Alaa Baazeem, Abeer Elhakem, Mohammad Y. Alshahrani, Alaa T. Qumsani and Sameer H. Qari
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2024 34:8

    The original article was published in Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2024 34:5

  8. Chickpea plant (Cicer arietinum L.) is an important legume crop that is vulnerable to various fungal pathogens causing significant yield losses. Among them, Fusarium equiseti is a pathogen that has started to rai...

    Authors: Manal Adnani, Naila El Hazzat, Soukaina Msairi, Moulay Abdelaziz El Alaoui, Najoua Mouden, Karima Selmaoui, Rachid Benkirane, Amina Ouazzani Touhami and Allal Douira
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2024 34:7
  9. The genus Beauveria (Bals.) Vuill. includes many species, some of which are limited to specific regions while others are distributed worldwide. The diversity of Beauveria species is poorly investigated in Syria a...

    Authors: Lobna Rajab, Mohammad Ahmad and Ibtisam Gazal
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2024 34:6
  10. Pigeon pea is affected by the cyst nematode Heterodera cajani limiting the production. H. cajani can be managed by biological agents such as Trichoderma harzianum. Thus, the determination of this experiment was t...

    Authors: Amit Kumar Maurya, Harish Kumar, Vinny John, Hemlata Pant, D. K. Srivastava, Nevin Ahmed, Fadi Baakdah, Rokayya Sami, Alaa Baazeem, Abeer Elhakem, Mohammad Y. Alshahrani, Alaa T. Qumsani and Sameer H. Qari
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2024 34:5

    The Correction to this article has been published in Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2024 34:8

  11. Nematode egg parasitic fungus, Purpureocillium lilacinum is the most effective biocontrol agent and has been widely used commercially in many countries for the management of root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne incogn...

    Authors: Jagadeeswaran Rajendran, Jyotirmay Dubey, Vaibhav Kumar and G. K. Sujayanand
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2024 34:4
  12. The fall armyworm (FAW), Spodoptera frugiperda (J.E. Smith) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) is a highly polyphagous and destructive pest of maize and other cereal crops. Biological control is a potential alternative to ...

    Authors: Omprakash Navik, Lerissa Sweety Dsilva, Jagadeesh Patil and S. N. Sushil
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2024 34:2
  13. Carnation, a major cut flower product cultivated economically in Iran, faces economic challenges due to the devastating Fusarium wilt caused by Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. dianthi (Fod). To address this issue, twen...

    Authors: Nazyar Zandyavari, Mueed Ali Sulaiman and Nader Hassanzadeh
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2024 34:1
  14. Fruit rot disease is one of the most important factors limiting the production potential of Bhut Jolokia (Capsicum chinense Jacq.), which is known as one of the hottest chillies in the world. The management strat...

    Authors: Partha Pratim Sarmah, Hiranya Kumar Deva Nath and Tankeswar Nath
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:119
  15. Fall armyworm (FAW), Spodoptera frugiperda (J.E. Smith) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae), is an invasive pest that can cause serious crop loss to various important food crops and risk to global food security. FAW can cau...

    Authors: Omprakash Navik, Yogesh Yele, Santosh C. Kedar and S. N. Sushil
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:118
  16. The black inch worm (BIW), Hyposidra talaca Walker (Lepidoptera: Geometridae), is a pest that defoliates tea leaves in India, posing a significant threat to the tea industry. Nucleopolyhedrovirus (NPV) is capable...

    Authors: Bhabesh Deka, Azariah Babu, Suman Sarkar, Boney Kuriakose and George Thomas
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:116
  17. Conogethes punctiferalis (Guenée) (Lepidoptera: Crambidae) has emerged as one of the important pests of guava in Punjab, India. Chemical insecticides have been used for its management, which could have serious im...

    Authors: Sandeep Singh, Vikramjeet Singh, P. S. Shera, Masrat Siraj, Rajwinder Kaur Sandhu and Karim Maredia
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:115
  18. Leveillula taurica is an obligate pathogen that causes powdery mildew on chili pepper (Capsicum annuum L.) which is considered one of the most serious diseases for the crop.

    Authors: Mohamed A. M. Hussein, Ahmed M. K. Abdel-Aal, Muhyaddin J. Rawa, Magdi A. A. Mousa, Yasser M. M. Moustafa and Kamal A. M. Abo-Elyousr
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:114
  19. Zucchini yellow mosaic virus (ZYMV) is the major devastating disease worldwide, which leads to substantial economic losses (up to 100%) to yield and fruits quality produced of squash plants. Application of agro-p...

    Authors: Gamal A. M. Ghanem, Ahmed M. A. Mahmoud, Ahmed A. Kheder, Doha A. S. Gebily and Asmaa Osamy
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:113
  20. Anthracnose, caused by Colletotrichum gloeosporioides, is the most dangerous fungal disease of greater yam (Dioscorea alata L.), and leads to significant crop loss. Microbial technology in cropping systems is cur...

    Authors: Amrutha Pandirikkal Ravindran, Jeeva Muthulekshmi Lajapathy, Sreelatha Gopalakrishnan Lalithakumari, Akhil Kannolickal Mohan, Tom Cyriac and Shilpa Sreekumar Usha
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:112
  21. Gonioctena fornicata (Brüggemann, 1873) (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) inflicts substantial crop damage by consuming alfalfa leaves. The main aim of the study was to develop an efficient, sustainable control method ...

    Authors: Aydemir Barış
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:111
  22. Pastures are susceptible to attacks from various species of insects, with Cercopidae being one of the main responsible pests. The species Mahanarva fimbriolata has a wide distribution in the Eastern region of Par...

    Authors: H. Sarubbi, G. Resquín-Romero and I. Garrido-Jurado
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:110
  23. Due to the soilborne and tuber-borne nature of their causative agents, Fusarium wilt, Rhizoctonia root canker and black dot diseases are still leading to serious problems in potato production in Tunisia and wo...

    Authors: Hayfa Jabnoun-Khiareddine, Rania Aydi-Ben-Abdallah and Mejda Daami-Remadi
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:109
  24. Food demand is directly associated with the human population. Due to various plant diseases, there has been a reduction in crop yield. There is an extreme necessity to low such losses in crop yield to meet the...

    Authors: Aneela Nawaz, Sabeena Zafar, Muqaddas Shahzadi, Sayed Muhammad Ata Ullah Shah Bukhari, Nasir Khan, Aamer Ali Shah, Malik Badshah and Samiullah Khan
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:108
  25. Entomopathogenic fungi, representing a class of microbial agent, have been widely used in the field of pest management. The objective of this work was to isolate different species of fungi and to evaluate thei...

    Authors: Yu-Chen Pu, Zong-Wei Zheng, Can-Hui Ding and Xian-De Chen
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:107
  26. Postharvest diseases cause a wide loss to tomato fruits during handling and storing from harvest to consumers. Fungicides are mainly used to control postharvest diseases. Biological control is the eco-friendly...

    Authors: Naglaa A. Taha, Mohsen Mohamed Elsharkawy, Aya A. Shoughy, Mohamed K. El-Kazzaz and Amr A. Khedr
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:106
  27. Agriculture is the backbone of developing countries, which plays an essential role in primary drivers of economy. The increasing use of chemical fertilizers and toxic insecticides endangers the health of human...

    Authors: Rajeshwari Negi, Babita Sharma, Simranjeet Kaur, Tanvir Kaur, Sofia Sharief Khan, Sanjeev Kumar, Seema Ramniwas, Sarvesh Rustagi, Sangram Singh, Ashutosh Kumar Rai, Divjot Kour, Neelam Thakur and Ajar Nath Yadav
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:105
  28. The sunflower plants are attacked by serious seed and soil-borne pathogens including charcoal rot disease that caused by Macrophomina phaseolina. This disease has serious damages to sunflower crop. This study aim...

    Authors: Waleed Khalid Ahmed, Hutaf A. A. Alsalim, Ashwaq Talip Mohammed and Hiba Mohammed Youssef
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:104
  29. Fall armyworm (FAW) Spodoptera frugiperda (J.E. Smith) Lepidoptera: Noctuidae is an invasive polyphagous pest that causes severe damage to several agricultural crops. The use of pesticides is limited because of t...

    Authors: J. Karshanal and Vinay Kumari Kalia
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:102
  30. Tea weevil, Myllocerinus aurolineatus Voss (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), is an important insect pest in Chinese tea plantations. The primary method for controlling tea weevils involves the use chemical pesticides....

    Authors: Nanxia Fu, Tiekuang Wang, Qiurong Li, Zongxiu Luo, Zhaoqun Li, Lei Bian, Chunli Xiu, Zongmao Chen and Xiaoming Cai
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:101
  31. Fruits are the main important agricultural commodity, but very susceptible in terms of postharvest losses (PHL) due to diseases by microbial pathogens. Recently, there has been increased interest in countermea...

    Authors: Toga Pangihotan Napitupulu
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:100
  32. The susceptibility of pests and natural enemies to conventional insecticides is a critical element in judging the success of integrated pest management programs implementing biological control as a tactic. In ...

    Authors: Yasmin Adel Fergani, Elsayed Abd Elhameed Refaei, Neven Mohamed Faiz and Heba Mohamed Hamama
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:99
  33. Compared to Bollgard-I, the utilization of Cry2Ab protein in Bollgard-II cotton cultivars enhances insect control. Field and laboratory studies demonstrated reduction in the numbers of bollworm-infested termin...

    Authors: P. Likhitha, D. B. Undirwade, U. S. Kulkarni, A. V. Kolhe and M. P. Moharil
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:98
  34. Bacterial leaf blight (BLB) disease caused by Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae (Xoo) is one of the most destructive pathogens responsible for severe yield losses in rice. Application of bacterial biocontrol agent (B...

    Authors: Trung Quang Do, Tri Trong Nguyen and Van Mai Dinh
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:97
  35. Entomopathogenic fungi are an important biological agent in integrated pest management, playing a critical role in controlling insect populations. In the present study, the sublethal effects of the entomopatho...

    Authors: Muhammad Irfan Ullah, Muqadas Qadeer, Muhammad Arshad, Samina Khalid, Usman Saleem, Muhammad Asam Riaz, Amina Mumtaz, Muhammad Rizwan, Samy M. Sayed, Seham Sater Alhelaify, Ohoud Muslat Alharthy and Muntazir Mushtaq
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:96
  36. One of the primary corn diseases, banded leaf and sheath blight, is carried on by the pathogenic fungus Rhizoctonia solani. Efforts to control R. solani are more directed at environmentally friendly control using...

    Authors: Hishar Mirsam, Suriani, Sri Kurniawati, Oky Dwi Purwanto, Amran Muis, Syahrir Pakki, A. Tenrirawe, Nurnina Nonci, Herawati, Muslimin and Muhammad Azrai
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:95
  37. The most common soil-borne diseases in cotton are root rot and wilt, which are caused by Rhizoctonia solani (Taub) Butler and Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. vasinfectum, respectively. These two diseases significantly ...

    Authors: Satish Kumar Sain, Hanwant Dewasi and Amarpreet Singh
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:94
  38. The diamondback moth (DBM), Plutella xylostella (L.) (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae), is a serious and economically important pest of crucifers in Delhi, India. Larvae and pupae of the pest were collected from the cab...

    Authors: Hager M. M. Saleh, Debjani Dey and Bhoopal Singh Tomar
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:93
  39. Augmentative biological control is a crucial component of Integrated Pest Management, and Orius laevigatus Fieber (Hemiptera: Anthocoridae) is an important predator used commercially. However, the two-sex life ta...

    Authors: Dogancan Kahya
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:92
  40. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) and Trichoderma harzianum are effective bioagents against Fusarium oxysporum and Verticillium dahliae in tomato plants. The objective of the research was to evaluate the in vivo...

    Authors: A. Meddad-Hamza, F. Benzina, C. Meddad, N. Hamza, A. Reghmit, H. Ziane and H. Ksentini
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:91
  41. Temperature alters host suitability for the development of parasitoids through direct (thermal effect) and indirect (parental effect) pathways. The effects of three temperature regimes on the development and s...

    Authors: Muhammad Irfan Ullah, Muhammad Arshad, Sajjad Ali, Hafiz Muhammad Aatif, Syed Muhammad Ali Zahid and Nimra Altaf
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:90
  42. Fall armyworm (FAW), Spodoptera frugiperda (J. E. Smith) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae), is one of the new alien destructive pests of maize and other 350 economic crops. The majority of farmers are still depended upon ...

    Authors: Hend O. Mohamed, A. H. El-Heneidy and Hassan F. Dahi
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:89
  43. Authors: G. K. Sujayanand, Sonika Pandey, R. Jagadeeswaran, Anup Chandra, Vaibhav Kumar, Sachin Dubey and Jyotirmay Dubey
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:88

    The original article was published in Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:76

  44. Authors: Fatemeh Ehteshami, Maryam Aleosfoor, Hossein Allahyari, Aurang Kavousi and Lida Fekrat
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:87

    The original article was published in Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:2

  45. Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) is a gram-positive bacterium responsible for the production of a wide variety of insecticidal Cry, Cyt, and Vip proteins with distinct insect specificities. The bioinsecticides derived...

    Authors: Huma Khurshid, Hafsa Zaheer, Fakhar-un-Nisa Yunus, Farkhanda Manzoor, Aasma Abdul Latif and Farzana Rashid
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:86
  46. Effective management strategies are crucial in minimizing the adverse consequences associated with the leafhopper, Amrasca devastans (Dist.) (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae). Economic limitations to entomopathogenic fun...

    Authors: Hai Nguyen Thi, Quynh Nhu Nguyen, Nhu Quynh Dang Thi, Ngoc Lam Nguyen and Anh Duy Do
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:85
  47. Fusarium odoratissimum (Foc TR4) is a devastating fungal pathogen that causes Panama wilt in Cavendish banana, a high value crop that generates significant revenue. The excessive use of synthetic fungicides for d...

    Authors: Jonah Mae F. Taping, Bernadith T. Borja, Bryan Lloyd P. Bretaña, Maria Elena N. Tanabe and Ma. Teodora N. Cabasan
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control 2023 33:84

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