So far, the species of bacteria associated with HLB in the United States is Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus, which is transmitted by the Asian citrus psyllid, an insect.
What does AsCP stand for?
AsCP stands for Asian Citrus Psyllid
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- Arkansas Secondary Conditions Project
- Armenian School Connectivity Programs
- Army Small Computer Program (US Army)
- Army Strategic Capabilities Plan
- Arterial Streets Classification Policy (Portland, OR, USA)
- Ascorbyl Palmitate
- Aspartate-Specific Cysteine Protease
- Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning
- Atlantic Salmon Conservation Plan
- Atlantic Science Curriculum Project
- Atrium Shark Cartilage Powder
- Australasian Society for Continental Philosophy
- Automated Sensor and Control Package (SubAir Systems, LLC)
- Automated Survey Creation Process
- Automatic System of Calculation of Frames and Pipelines
- Aviation System Capacity Plan
Samples in periodicals archive:
Asian citrus psyllid and huanglongbing disease threaten California citrus.
And specifically for the citrus market, Grandevo is a much-needed addition to the toolbox to control Asian citrus psyllid.
Greening disease is caused by a bacterial pathogen that is transmitted to the trees by an insect, the Asian citrus psyllid.
The Asian citrus psyllid can carry an incurable plant disease that has ravaged crops elsewhere in the U.
We successfully established cell cultures of the Asian citrus psyllid Diaphorina citri (Psyllidae: Hemiptera), DcHH-1.
This approach is similar to the methodology used to study the life cycle of Cacopsylla pyricola infesting pear branches (Kapatos and Stratopoulou 1999) and the Asian citrus psyllid, Diaphorina citri (Liu and Tsai 2000).
With the dangerous Asian citrus psyllid threatening the California and Mexico citrus industries, a U.