Answer Table Entomology: Agriculture Objective Competitive Exams

Answer Table




(#1). c- red ants. (#2). a- BPH. (#3). a- zig-zag leafhoppers. (#4). c- green leaf-hoppers. (#5). b- rice leaf-folders. (#6). a- Nilaparvata lugens, Delphacidae. (#7). c- both and b. (#8). a- 5-10 insects per hill. (#9). a- wider spacing, alternate drying of field, making alleys. (#10). b- Nilaparvata lugens.


(#11). a- grayon spp. (#12). d- groundnut aphid. (#13). d- all of the above. (#14). b- Cestius phycitis. (#15). a- phytoplasma. (#16). b- apple. (#17). a- contaminants of insect’s mouth parts. (#18). a- 1st instar. (#19). b- White fly. (#20). c- A plant produces substance which attracts natural enemies.


(#21). a- Scale insects. (#22). c- Melittology. (#23). a- Potassium cyanide. (#24). b- Abundance during crop season. (#25). d- All of the above. (#26). d- All of the above. (#27). c- Sprinkler irrigation. (#28). b- Eggs of harmful insects. (#29). b- Bombyx mandarina. (#30). d- All of the above.


(#31). a- Pusa bin. (#32). c- VPS. (#33). c- Both a and b. (#34). d- All of the above. (#35). c- Oxycarenus laetus. (#36). a- Increased toxicity. (#37). d- Antarctica. (#38). b- It is harmful for host plant. (#39). c- Seedlac. (#40). d- All of the above.


(#41). a- Endoparasitoides of insect eggs. (#42). c- Spotted bollworm. (#43). a- 1966. (#44). c- 1968. (#45). b- Temperate region. (#46). c- IPC. (#47). d- All of the above. (#48). d- Possums. (#49). c- USA. (50). a- 50 ℃ for 10-12 hours.


(#51). d- 6. (#52). d- All of the above. (#53). a- Howard and Fiske. (#54). a- Castor. (#55). d- Lemon butterfly. (#56). a- Pest control. (#57). d- Hydrellia sasakii. (#58). b- Auricle. (#59). c- Green bamboo. (#60). a- Mud structure. (#61). a- Thrips. (#62) d- Milky stage.

63.c73.a
64.a74.c
65.c75.a
66.c76.c
67.b
68.a
69.a
70.c
71.a
72.b

Explanation 64. Pitfall traps are used for capturing insects active on grain surface and on other layers of grain





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