Taste of Newport: Delicious Drinks, Fantastic Food, Wonderful Weather, and World-Class Live Entertainment

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Taste of Newport: Delicious Drinks, Fantastic Food, Wonderful Weather, and World-Class Live Entertainment

Taste of Newport to feature Andy Grammer, Blondie, Devo and Roger Hodgson of Supertramp.

(PRWeb September 12, 2012)

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Food Flight, An In-Flight Culinary Competition For Unsuspecting
In honor of National Peanut Day, Southwest Airlines and Dish Trip teamed up for Food Flight, an in-flight culinary competition announced and created for the unsuspecting passengers of a recent flight to Denver, Colorado.

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Selamat pagi peps…. Jangan lupa malam ini ada Balinese culinary festival di Narendra restauran
Selamat pagi peps…. Jangan lupa malam ini ada Balinese culinary festival di Narendra restauran
TheSunanHotel@twitter.com (The Sunan Hotel Solo)
Sat, 15 Sep 2012 00:55:49 +0000
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Ms Cupcake’s Secrets of Sweet Success
Ms Cupcake Saturday morning and the Ms Cupcake shop, which shares its Coldharbour Lane vantage point with the Blacker Dread music store, a Ghanaian restaurant and a “traditional gent’s barber”, is a sugar-scented hive of activity. Customers stare at the pink-blue-ivory-pistachio-peach-rainbow of can
Fri, 14 Sep 2012 14:54:00 CDT
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Distribution of Bemisia tabaci (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) biotypes in North America after the Q invasion.

J Econ Entomol. 2012 Jun; 105(3): 753-66
McKenzie CL, Bethke JA, Byrne FJ, Chamberlin JR, Dennehy TJ, Dickey AM, Gilrein D, Hall PM, Ludwig S, Oetting RD, Osborne LS, Schmale L, Shatters RG

After the 2004 discovery of the Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius) (Hemiptera Aleyrodidae) Q biotype in the United States, there was a vital need to determine the geographical and host distribution as well as its interaction with the resident B biotype because of its innate ability to rapidly develop high-level insecticide resistance that persists in the absence of exposure. As part of a coordinated country-wide effort, an extensive survey of B. tabaci biotypes was conducted in North America, with the cooperation of growers, industry, local, state, and federal agencies, to monitor the introduction and distribution of the Q biotype. The biotype status of submitted B. tabaci samples was determined either by polymerase chain reaction amplification and sequencing of a mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase I small subunit gene fragment and characterization of two biotype discriminating nuclear microsatellite markers or esterase zymogram analysis. Two hundred and eighty collections were sampled from the United States, Bermuda, Canada, and Mexico during January 2005 through December 2011. Host plants were split between ornamental plant and culinary herb (67%) and vegetable and field crop (33%) commodities. The New World biotype was detected on field-grown tomatoes (Solanum lycopersicum L.) in Mexico (two) and in commercial greenhouses in Texas (three) and represented 100% of these five collections. To our knowledge, the latter identification represents the first report of the New World biotype in the United States since its rapid displacement in the late 1980s after the introduction of biotype B. Seventy-one percent of all collections contained at least one biotype B individual, and 53% of all collections contained only biotype B whiteflies. Biotype Q was detected in 23 states in the United States, Canada (British Columbia and Ontario territories), Bermuda, and Mexico. Forty-five percent of all collections were found to contain biotype Q in samples from ornamentals, herbs and a single collection from tomato transplants located in protected commercial horticultural greenhouses, but there were no Q detections in outdoor agriculture (vegetable or field crops). Ten of the 15 collections (67%) from Canada and a single collection from Bermuda contained biotype Q, representing the first reports of biotype Q for both countries. Three distinct mitochondrial haplotypes of B. tabaci biotype Q whiteflies were detected in North America Our data are consistent with the inference of independent invasions from at least three different locations. Of the 4,641 individuals analyzed from 517 collections that include data from our previous work, only 16 individuals contained genetic or zymogram evidence of possible hybridization of the Q and B biotypes, and there was no evidence that rare hybrid B-Q marker co-occurrences persisted in any populations.

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