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Table 1 Dose applied and reported treatment effect expressed as sterility (% where specified) or the prevention of development to the adult life stage

From: Tolerance of Hylurgus ligniperda (F.) (Coleoptera: Scolytinae) and Arhopalus ferus (Mulsant) (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) to ionising radiation: a comparison with existing generic radiation phytosanitary treatments

Genus/species Life stage Dose (Gy) Response Reference
Cerambycidae
Anoplophora glabripennis Larvae 70–90 Prevented emergence Wang et al. (2006)a
Anoplophora glabripennis Adult 100 Sterility Lu et al. (2001)
Monochamus alternatus Larvae 61.4 LD99.9968 prevented emergence Zhan et al. (2011b)a
Monochamus alternatus Pupae 120 Prevented emergence Zhan et al. (2011b)a
Monochamus alternatus Adult 140 Sterility Zhan et al. (2011b)a
Monochamus sutor Larvae 35–40 Prevented emergence Zhan et al. (2011a)a
Monochamus sutor Adult 140♀ Prevented emergence Zhan et al. (2011a)a
Prionoplus reticularis Larvae 2476 Mortality Lester et al. (2000)
Xylotrechus rusticus Larvae 72.3 LD99.9968 prevented emergence Wang Y. et al. (2011)a
Curcilionidae: Scolytinae
Cryphalus fulvus Egg 50 Not sterile Yoshida et al. (1974)
Cryphalus fulvus Larvae 70 Not sterile Yoshida et al. (1974)
Cryphalus fulvus Pupae > 120 Not sterile Yoshida et al. (1974)
Cryphalus fulvus Adult 150 Not sterile Yoshida et al. (1974)
Ips confusus Unspecified 10 Apparently sterile Stark (1963)
Ips confusus Adult ♂75/♀100 ♂98/♀100% sterility Wood and Stark (1966)
Ips sexdentatus Adult 80 (winter), 140 (summer) Sterility Wang X. et al. (2011)a
Ips subelongatus Larvae 80 Prevented emergence Zhan et al. (2011c)a
Ips subelongatus Pupae 120 Prevented emergence Zhan et al. (2011c)a
Ips subelongatus Adult 140 Sterility Zhan et al. (2011c)a
Ips typographus Adult 30 49% sterility Turčáni and Vakula (2007)
Xyleborus atratus Adult 40 Sterility Yoshida et al. (1977)
Xyleborus perforans Adult 40♀ Sterility Yoshida et al. (1977)
Xyleborus perforans Pupae 30–50♂ Sterility Yoshida et al. (1977)
Xylosandrus compactus b Adult 20–40 Sterility Yoshida et al. (1975)
Xylosandrus compactus b Larva 50–70 Prevented emergence Yoshida et al. (1975)
Xylosandrus compactus b Pupa > 100 Prevented emergence Yoshida et al. (1975)
Xylosandrus compactus b Egg 30 Prevented emergence Yoshida et al. (1975)
Xylosandrus crassiusculus c Adult 20♀ Sterility Yoshida et al. (1977)
Xylosandrus crassiusculus cb Adult 20–40 Sterility Yoshida et al. (1975)
Xylosandrus crassiusculus cb Larva 50–70 Prevented emergence Yoshida et al. (1975)
Xylosandrus crassiusculus cb Pupa > 100 Prevented emergence Yoshida et al. (1975)
Xylosandrus crassiusculus cb Egg 30 Prevented emergence Yoshida et al. (1975)
Xylosandrus germanus b Adult 20–40 Sterility Yoshida et al. (1975)
Xylosandrus germanus b Larva 50–70 Prevented emergence Yoshida et al. (1975)
Xylosandrus germanus b Pupa > 100 Prevented emergence Yoshida et al. (1975)
Xylosandrus germanus b Egg 30 Prevented emergence Yoshida et al. (1975)
  1. aPublications were in Chinese, and only the English abstracts and some tables were consulted; any mistakes in interpretation are our own
  2. bYoshida et al. (1975) reported that all species of Xylosandrus tested were rendered sterile with doses between 20 and 40 Gy
  3. cYoshida et al. (1975) and Yoshida et al. (1977) refer to Xyleborus semiopacus that is a synonym of Xylosandrus crassiusculus
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