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35 done (Senthil Kumar et al. 2005). Jun et al. (2007) reported that the volume of POBs of SlMNPV harvested on the 5th day of the postinoculation period was significantly lower than that harvested on the 7th day of the post-incubation period which was significantly lower than that harvested after larval death, and a similar trend was observed in biological activity by dosing the fifth instar larvae. To study the influence of virus inoculation method and host larval age on the productivity of the NPV of the teak defoliator, Hyblaea puera (Cramer) was determined by different methods of inoculation (Biji et al.

The variation in the activity of different isolates may be due to different reasons. Inherent genetically controlled factors may logically be an important reason. The other reason may be that the different isolates had different number of passages in the host either under natural conditions or in the laboratory (Geetha and Rabindra 1999). In Log concentration–probit mortality relationship, the lower the slope value, the greater is the variability. Normally, the slope values were very low in bioassay studies with insect pathogens (Burges and Thompson 1971).

Each line consists of three major morphological types: round cells, spindle-shaped cells, and giant cells. Sundeep et al. (2005) developed two cell lines from the larval hemocyte and embryonic tissue of H. armigera and designated them as NIV-HA-1195 and NIV-HA-197, respectively. 88 Â 107 NPV/ml) on the 10th postinfection day (PID). The HaSNPV OBs produced in vitro were highly virulent to the second and third instars H. armigera larvae causing cessation of feeding on the 2nd day and mortality in 6 days.

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