Thruppenny Bit

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Thruppenny Bit

A British coin worth three pence. It has not been minted since the decimalization of the British pound in 1971. As a result, a thruppenny bit was worth 1/80 of one pound. It was also called threepence or a thrip.
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Six transgenic and non-transgenic cotton genotypes were chosen to monitor the population dynamics of thrips in relation to abiotic climatic factors.
Sin embargo, las tecnicas geoestadisticas permitieron modelar la distribucion de Thrips simplex en las diferentes densidades determinadas, concordando con lo indicado por Quinones-Valdes et al.
Host-associated genetic differentiation in Thrips tabaci (Insecta; Thysanoptera), as determined from mt DNA sequence data.
Therefore, based on the present investigation Neem extract and Neem oil are recommended against thrips.
Efficacy of entomopathogenic fungi for the management of onion thrips, Thrips tabaci Lind.
Thrips affect the appearance of the fruit which reduces the commercial value of the same and thus bio-insecticides are used on a large scale on fruits.
Thrips were collected from 33 species of plants (ornamental and forage fabaceous species, along with nearby weeds), 30 of which are native (Tables 1, 2, 3 and 4).
To determine the feeding potential of predatory spiders on thrips both nymphs and adults were observed.
Controlling thrips is nearly impossible, but reflective film mulches may reduce their numbers in your tomato patch.
Los thrips recolectados fueron almacenados en viales conteniendo alcohol etilico al 95% y una etiqueta con el codigo del recolector y numero consecutivo, con anotaciones de campo.
tabaci is controlled mainly by means of chemical products, but their efficiency in the control of thrips is low, and high amounts of insecticides are required because the insects have a high escape capacity, high reproductive rate, fast development rate and low sensitivity to the insecticides (BACCI et al.