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Preliminary Studies of the Field Movement of the Olive Fruit Fly (Dacus Oleae Gmel,) by Labelling a Natural Population with Radioactive Phosphorus (P{sup 32}); Etudes preijminaires sur les deplacements de la mouche de l'olive (Dacus Oleae Gmel. ) par marquage d'une population naturelle au radiophosphore ({sup 32}P); Predvaritel'noe issledovanie polevogo peremeshcheniya olivkovoj fruktovoj mukhi (Dacus Oleae Gmel.) posredstvom mecheniya estestvennoj populyatsii radioaktivnym fosforom (P{sup 32}).; Estudio preliminar de la dispersion de moscas del ouvo (Dacus Oleae Gmel. ) mediante la marcacion de poblaciones naturales con {sup 32}p.

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Preliminary trials were conducted to obtain the first data on the field movement of the olive fruit fly, Dacus oleae Gmel. These studies were carried out in the olive-growing area at Rovies, Evvia, Greece, during the autumn of 1961, when the maximum adult fly activity usually occurs. A mixture of radioactive P{sup 32} of H{sub 3}P{sup 32}O{sub 4} in HCl and hydrolysate protein, Staley No. 7, was prepared for labelling the naturally occurring adult fly population. Twigs of 30 olive trees which were selected in a semi-mountainous olive orchard at Rovies were treated with the P{sup 32} bait solution on 14 October 1961. Five hundred McPhail traps, containing 3% of diammonium phosphate as a lure, were used for the collection of flies. Traps were distributed in the olive groves of the entire area at Rovies and also in the adjacent areas (fewest or olive groves) up to a distance of 10 km from the treated trees. A total of 350 tagged flies of both sexes were collected in 48 traps during 15 counts of traps made between 15 October and 18 November. Labelled flies which were caught from 1 to 35 days after treatment represented 2.8% of the total number  More>>
Authors:
Pelekassis, Constantine E.D.; Mourikos, P. A.; Bantzios, D. N. [1] 
  1. Economic Entomology Laboratory, Benaki Phytopathological Institute, Athens (Greece)
Publication Date:
Sep 15, 1963
Product Type:
Conference
Resource Relation:
Conference: Symposium on the Use and Application of Radioisotopes and Radiation in the Control of Plant and Animal Insect Pests, Athens (Greece), 22-26 Apr 1963; Other Information: 1 fig., 1 tab., 12 refs.; Related Information: In: Radiation and Radioisotopes Applied to Insects of Agricultural Importance. Proceedings of the Symposium on the Use and Application of Radioisotopes and Radiation in the Control of Plant and Animal Insect Pests| 526 p.
Subject:
60 APPLIED LIFE SCIENCES; ADULTS; DACUS OLEAE; LABELLING; MIGRATION; OLIVE TREES; OLIVES; PHOSPHATES; PHOSPHORUS 32; PROTEINS; RADIOACTIVITY; SEX
OSTI ID:
22100718
Research Organizations:
International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna (Austria); Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome (Italy)
Country of Origin:
IAEA
Language:
English
Other Identifying Numbers:
Other: ISSN 0074-1884; TRN: XA13R0278058766
Submitting Site:
INIS
Size:
page(s) 105-114
Announcement Date:
Jun 06, 2013

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Pelekassis, Constantine E.D., Mourikos, P. A., and Bantzios, D. N. Preliminary Studies of the Field Movement of the Olive Fruit Fly (Dacus Oleae Gmel,) by Labelling a Natural Population with Radioactive Phosphorus (P{sup 32}); Etudes preijminaires sur les deplacements de la mouche de l'olive (Dacus Oleae Gmel. ) par marquage d'une population naturelle au radiophosphore ({sup 32}P); Predvaritel'noe issledovanie polevogo peremeshcheniya olivkovoj fruktovoj mukhi (Dacus Oleae Gmel.) posredstvom mecheniya estestvennoj populyatsii radioaktivnym fosforom (P{sup 32}).; Estudio preliminar de la dispersion de moscas del ouvo (Dacus Oleae Gmel. ) mediante la marcacion de poblaciones naturales con {sup 32}p.. IAEA: N. p., 1963. Web.
Pelekassis, Constantine E.D., Mourikos, P. A., & Bantzios, D. N. Preliminary Studies of the Field Movement of the Olive Fruit Fly (Dacus Oleae Gmel,) by Labelling a Natural Population with Radioactive Phosphorus (P{sup 32}); Etudes preijminaires sur les deplacements de la mouche de l'olive (Dacus Oleae Gmel. ) par marquage d'une population naturelle au radiophosphore ({sup 32}P); Predvaritel'noe issledovanie polevogo peremeshcheniya olivkovoj fruktovoj mukhi (Dacus Oleae Gmel.) posredstvom mecheniya estestvennoj populyatsii radioaktivnym fosforom (P{sup 32}).; Estudio preliminar de la dispersion de moscas del ouvo (Dacus Oleae Gmel. ) mediante la marcacion de poblaciones naturales con {sup 32}p.. IAEA.
Pelekassis, Constantine E.D., Mourikos, P. A., and Bantzios, D. N. 1963. "Preliminary Studies of the Field Movement of the Olive Fruit Fly (Dacus Oleae Gmel,) by Labelling a Natural Population with Radioactive Phosphorus (P{sup 32}); Etudes preijminaires sur les deplacements de la mouche de l'olive (Dacus Oleae Gmel. ) par marquage d'une population naturelle au radiophosphore ({sup 32}P); Predvaritel'noe issledovanie polevogo peremeshcheniya olivkovoj fruktovoj mukhi (Dacus Oleae Gmel.) posredstvom mecheniya estestvennoj populyatsii radioaktivnym fosforom (P{sup 32}).; Estudio preliminar de la dispersion de moscas del ouvo (Dacus Oleae Gmel. ) mediante la marcacion de poblaciones naturales con {sup 32}p." IAEA.
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title = {Preliminary Studies of the Field Movement of the Olive Fruit Fly (Dacus Oleae Gmel,) by Labelling a Natural Population with Radioactive Phosphorus (P{sup 32}); Etudes preijminaires sur les deplacements de la mouche de l'olive (Dacus Oleae Gmel. ) par marquage d'une population naturelle au radiophosphore ({sup 32}P); Predvaritel'noe issledovanie polevogo peremeshcheniya olivkovoj fruktovoj mukhi (Dacus Oleae Gmel.) posredstvom mecheniya estestvennoj populyatsii radioaktivnym fosforom (P{sup 32}).; Estudio preliminar de la dispersion de moscas del ouvo (Dacus Oleae Gmel. ) mediante la marcacion de poblaciones naturales con {sup 32}p.}
author = {Pelekassis, Constantine E.D., Mourikos, P. A., and Bantzios, D. N.}
abstractNote = {Preliminary trials were conducted to obtain the first data on the field movement of the olive fruit fly, Dacus oleae Gmel. These studies were carried out in the olive-growing area at Rovies, Evvia, Greece, during the autumn of 1961, when the maximum adult fly activity usually occurs. A mixture of radioactive P{sup 32} of H{sub 3}P{sup 32}O{sub 4} in HCl and hydrolysate protein, Staley No. 7, was prepared for labelling the naturally occurring adult fly population. Twigs of 30 olive trees which were selected in a semi-mountainous olive orchard at Rovies were treated with the P{sup 32} bait solution on 14 October 1961. Five hundred McPhail traps, containing 3% of diammonium phosphate as a lure, were used for the collection of flies. Traps were distributed in the olive groves of the entire area at Rovies and also in the adjacent areas (fewest or olive groves) up to a distance of 10 km from the treated trees. A total of 350 tagged flies of both sexes were collected in 48 traps during 15 counts of traps made between 15 October and 18 November. Labelled flies which were caught from 1 to 35 days after treatment represented 2.8% of the total number of flies collected in 48 traps, or 0.15% of the total number of flies caught in 298 traps in the entire area at Rovies. A proportion of 73% of the tagged flies were trapped within the first ten-day period following treatment. Labelled flies were found as far as 4300 m (maximum of dispersal) from the labelling station. Radioactivity of tagged flies ranged between 258 and 9549 counts/min per fly (background radiation 8-21 counts/min). These preliminary trials have confirmed a more or less continuous local movement (dispersal) o f flies from the semi-mountainous grove to the adjacent plains or to the coastal olive groves at Rovies from the north to south. Long-distance movement (migration) of Dacus flies to other areas has not been observed. Pine woods appear to act as a barrier to die movement of Dacus oleae adults. (author) [French] Les auteurs ont procede a des experiences preliminaires pour recueillir des donnees de base sur les deplacements de la mouche de l'olive (Dacus oleae Gmel.). Ces etudes ont ete menees dans les oliveraies de Rovies, Evvia, en Grece, a l'automne 1961, a l'epoque ou les mouches adultes sont particulierement actives. Les auteurs ont prepare un melange de H{sub 3}-{sup 32}P-O{sub 4} dans HCl et d'hydrolysat de proteine, Staley no 7, pour marquer une population naturelle de mouches adultes. Une nourriture allechante a base de la solution marquee a ete appliquee le 14 octobre 1961 sur les branches de 30 oliviers choisis dans une oliveraie semimontagneuse, a Rovies. Les mouches ont ete capturees a l'aide de 500 pieges McPhail, contenant 3% de phosphate diammonique qui servait d'appat. Les pieges avaient ete repartis dans les oliveraies de Rovies ainsi que dans les zones adjacentes (forets ou oliveraies) dans un rayon de 10 km autour des arbres traites. Au total, 350 mouches marquees des deux sexes ont ete recueillies dans 48 pieges au cours de 15 releves effectues entre le 15 octobre et le 18 novembre. Les mouches marquees, qui ont ete capturees' de 1 a 35 jours apres le traitement, representaient 2,8% du nombre total des mouches recueillies dans les 48 pieges ou 0,15{sup %} du nombre total des mouches capturees dans 298 pieges dans toute la zone de Rovies; 73% des mouches marquees ont ete capturees dans les 10 premiers jours apres le traitement. On a trouve des mouches marquees jusqu'a 4300 m des arbres portant la solution marquee (maximum de dispersion). La radioactivite des mouches marquees etait comprise entre 258 et 9549 cpm par mouche (rayonnement ambiant, 8 a 21 cpm). Ces experiences preliminaires ont confirme l'existence d'un deplacement local plus ou moins continu (dispersion) des mouches entre l'oliveraie semi-montagneuse et les plaines adjacentes ou les oliveraies cotieres de Rovies, suivant une direction nord-sud. On n'a pas observe de deplacement a grande distance (migration) des mouches vers d'autres regions. Il semble que les bois de pins opposent un barrage aux deplacements des adultes de la Dacus oleae. (author) [Spanish] Los autores de la memoria han realizado algunos ensayos preliminares para obtener datos sobre la dispersion de las moscas del olivo Dacus oleae Gmel. Estos ensayos se llevaron a cabo en los olivares de Rovies (Isla de Evia, Grecia) en otono de 1961, epoca en que las moscas adultas abundan particularmente. Para marcar la poblacion natural se utilizo el {sup 32}P de una mezcla de H{sub 3} {sup 32}PO{sub 4} en HCl y protema hidrolizada Staley No. 7. El 14 de octubre de 1961 se trataron con esta sustancia las ramas de 30 olivos de un olivar semimontafioso situado cerca de Rovies. Las moscas se cazaron con 500 trampas McPhail en las que se emplearon como cebo fosfato diamonico al 3%. Las trampas se colocaron en los olivares de la region de Rovies y en zonas adyacentes (de bosque o de olivares) hasta una distancia de 10 km de los arboles tratados. Durante los 15 recuentos efectuados entre el 15 de octubre y el 18 de noviembre se recogieron en 48 trampas un total de 350 moscas marcadas. Estas moscas, capturadas entre 1 y 35 dias despues del tratamiento, representaban el 2,8% del total de las moscas recogidas en las 48 trampas y el 0,15% del total de las moscas capturadas en 298 trampas colocadas en la zona de Rovies. El 73% de las moscas marcadas se capturaron durante los diez primeros dias siguientes al tratamiento. Se encontraton hasta una distancia de 4300 m (dispersion maxima) de la zona donde se marcaron. Su radiactividad oscilaba entre 258 y 9549 impulsos/min y por mosca (actividad de fondo: 8 a 21 impulsos/min). Estos ensayos preliminares han confirmado un movimiento local mas o menos continuo (dispersion) desde el olivar semimontafioso hasta las llanuras adyacentes y los olivares de la costa (norte-sur). No se ha observado una migracion de la mosca Dacus a otras regiones. Al parecer, los bosques de pinos actuan de barrera para los adultos de la Dacus oleae. (author) [Russian] Provedeny predvaritel'nye ehksperimenty dlya polucheniya pervykh dannykh o polevom peremeshchenii olivkovoj fruktovoj mukhi Dacus oleae (Gmel.). Ehksperimenty byli provedeny v rajone proizrastaniya oliv v Rovnee, Ehvina, Gretsiya, v techenie oseni 1961 goda, kogda obychno nablyudaetsya maksimal'naya aktivnost' vzroslykh osobej mukhi. Dlya mecheniya estestvennykh populyatsij vzroslykh osobej byl prigotovlen sostav Stehli j 7, sostoyashchij iz smesi P{sup 32} v vide H{sub 3}P{sup 32}O{sub 4} v solyanoj kislote i v gidroliehate belka. 14 oktyabrya 1961 goda vetvi 30 olivkovykh derev'ev, vybrannykh na polugornoj olivkovoj plantatsii v Rovnee, byli obrabotany rastvorom primanki, mechennoj P{sup 32}. Dlya otlova mukh ispol'zovalis' 500 lovushek Makfehjla s 3% diammonijfosfata v kachestve' pri manki. Lovushki byli rasstavleny v olivkovykh roshchakh vsego rajona Rovnee, a takkhe v sosednikh rajonakh (v lesakh i v olivkovykh roshchakh)na rasstoyanii do 10 km ot mechenykh derev'ev. Bylo sobrano 350 mechenykh mukh oboikh polov v 48 lovushkakh vo vremya 15 proverok lovushek v period mezhdu 15 oktyabrya i 16 noyabrya. Mechenye mukhi, pojmannye s 1 po 35 den' posle obrabotki derev'ev indikatorom, sostavlyali 2% obshchego kolichestva mukh, otlovlennykh v 48 lovushkakh ili 0,15% obshchego kolichestva mukh, otlovlennykh v 298 lovushkakh vo vsem rajone Rovies. 73% mechenykh mukh popadi v lovushki v techenie pervykh 10 dnej posle obrabotki derev'ev indikatorom. Mechenye mukhi byli obnaruzheny na rasstoyanii 44 300 m ot mesta, gde nakhodilis' mechenye derev'ya (maksimal'noe rasstoyanie) . Radioaktivnost' mechenykh mukh sostavlyala ot 258 do 9549 otsch/min (fonovoe izluchenie sostavlyaet 8 - 2 1 otsch/min). Ehti predvaritel'nye ehksperimenty podtverdili sushchestvovanie bolee ili menee postoyannogo mestnogo peremeshcheniya (rasseivaniya) mukh ot polugornoj roshchi k blizlezhashchim ravninam ili k pribrezhnym olivkovym roshcham v rajone Revies s severa na yug. Dal'nee peremeshchenie (migratsiya) mukh Dacus v drugie rajony ne bylo obnaruzheno. Po-vidimomu, sosnovnye roshchi yavlyayutsya bar'erom, prepyatstvuyushchim peremeshcheniyu vzroslykh osobej Dacus oleae. (author)}
place = {IAEA}
year = {1963}
month = {Sep}
}