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Unformatted text preview: t. July May Mar. Jan. 0 Glassy-winged sharpshooters overwinter as adults
and begin laying egg masses in late February
through May. This first generation matures as
adults in late May through late August. Secondgeneration egg masses are laid starting in midJune through late September, which develop into
over-wintering adults. • Only animal listed as
agent by US DHS This informational brochure was produced by ANR
Communication Services for the University of California Pierce’s Disease Research and Emergency
Response Task Force. You may download a copy of the
brochure from the Division of Agriculture and Natural
Resources web site at http://danr.ucop.edu or from the
Communication Services web site at
http://danrcs.ucdavis.edu. it can be transmitted by insects that feed on the
circulatory system of the plant. For local information, contact your UC Cooperative
Extension farm advisor:
FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA’S
PIERCE’S DISEASE RESEARCH AND
EMERGENCY RESPONSE TASK FORCE the drop of water comes out of the back is the result
from eating something that is very low in conc. of
nutrient. filtering the liquid trying to conc. the nutrient
xylem in plant is taking stuff from the root and
transporting it to the rest of the plant. nutrient poor (not
a lot of sugar) 13 Thursday, December 6, 12 Symbiosis between Xylella and sharpshooters Organism
Class of symbiosis A B Mutualism + + Commensalism + 0 Parasitism + - Symbiosis between Xylella and sharpshooter?
Thursday, December 6, 12 Symbiosis between Xylella and sharpshooters
sharpshotters clade: leaves hopper
all of them are xylem feeder Organism
Class of symbiosis A B Mutualism + + Commensalism
Parasitism xylella gets transmitted sharpshooter doesn't
really care if its there + 0 + - Symbiosis between Xylella and sharpshooter?
Thursday, December 6, 12...
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