Definition of Aphids. Meaning of Aphids. Synonyms of Aphids

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Definition of Aphids

Aphid
Aphid A"phid, n. (Zo["o]l.) One of the genus Aphis; an aphidian.

Meaning of Aphids from wikipedia

- voraciously on aphids; Eupeodes corollae adjusts the number of eggs laid to the size of the aphid colony. Predators eating aphids Aphids are often infected...
- for soybean aphids, only members of the genus Rhamnus were able to support development of soybean aphids. In Asia, where the soybean aphid is native, dominant...
- black bean aphids yielded an average of 56 seeds per plant, those with aphids and no ants yielded 17 seeds, and those with both ants and aphids averaged...
- scarce. In aphids, both winged and wingless forms occur with winged forms produced in greater numbers when food resources are depleted. Aphids and whiteflies...
- species, the larvae are insectivores and prey on aphids, thrips, and other plant-sucking insects. Aphids alone cause tens of millions of dollars of damage...
- starts again. Pea aphids can complete their whole reproductive cycle without shifting host plant. Several morphs exists in pea aphids. Besides differences...
- protection from predators. Woolly aphids occur throughout the Northern Hemisphere. Many of the numerous species of woolly aphids have only one host plant species...
- blight aphid (Grylloprociphilus imbricator) is a small insect in the order Hemiptera that feeds on the sap of American beech trees. The aphids form dense...
- forming aphids are the spiny witch-hazel gall aphid and the elm ****scomb gall aphid. "Biting the Plant that Feeds You" Article on gall-forming aphids Species...
- appearance. Cabbage aphids produce a myrosinase (beta-thioglucoside glucohydrolase) enzyme in head and thoracic muscles; the aphids also uptake glucosinolates...
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