CFF

(redirected from Carambola Fruit Fly)
AcronymDefinition
CFFCystic Fibrosis Foundation
CFFCare for the Family (UK; est. 1988)
CFFCertified in Financial Forensics (professional credential issued by the American Institute of CPA's)
CFFChemins de Fer Fédéraux (Swiss Federal Railways)
CFFCycling for Fun (game)
CFFConselho Federal de Farmácia (Brazil)
CFFCannes Film Festival
CFFCold Fusion File
CFFColor File Format
CFFCommon File Format
CFFCompact Font Format
CFFClassrooms for the Future (initiative)
CFFCrédit Foncier de France (French bank)
CFFComposite Filament Fabrication (3-D printing)
CFFCode for Freedom (contest)
CFFCritical Flicker Frequency (vision)
CFFCultural Facilities Fund (Massachusetts)
CFFCall For Fire
CFFCroatian Football Federation
CFFCenter for Families of the Fallen (Dover Air Force Base; Delaware)
CFFChildren's Film Foundation (UK)
CFFCalories from Fat
CFFCanadian Fencing Federation
CFFClean Fuel Fleet
CFFCalifornia Family Fitness (Sacramento, CA)
CFFCross-Flow Filtration
CFFCustomer Feedback Form (various companies)
CFFCommunity Focus Fund (grants awarded by CDDIDC)
CFFCommunity First Foundation (Colorado)
CFFCherry Fruit Fly
CFFCommittee for Family Forestlands (Oregon)
CFFCash Flow from Financing
CFFChildren's Film Festival (various locations)
CFFChildren and Family Futures (Irvine, California)
CFFCharlotte Film Festival (North Carolina)
CFFConselho Federal de Fonoaudiologia (Brazil)
CFFCash Flow Forecast(ing)
CFFCash Flow Factoring
CFFCanadian Filmmakers' Festival (est. 2004)
CFFCommercial Fire Fabrication (Australia)
CFFChamber Family Foundation (Indianapolis, IN)
CFFCrazy Flipper Fingers (Portland, OR pinball gang)
CFFCertified Firefighter (course)
CFFCollection Field Function
CFFCover-Free Family
CFFCarambola Fruit Fly (bactrocera carambolae)
CFFCancer Facts & Figures (American Cancer Society publication)
CFFCelebrate Freedom Foundation (Colombia, SC)
CFFCentre Français des Fondations (French: French Foundation Center)
CFFCentre de Formation Forestière (French: Forestry Training Center)
CFFChristian Film Festival
CFFCommercially Financed Facilities
CFFCertificat Français du Fundraising (French: French Fundraising Certificate)
CFFClassic Formula Ford
CFFCooperative Funeral Fund, Inc (Madison, CT)
CFFCritical Failure Factor
CFFChrist Fellowship Foundation
CFFCompressible Fluid Flow
CFFChartered Foreign Fishing Vessel (New Zealand Immigration Service)
CFFCuban Freedom Fighters
CFFContractor Furnished Facility
CFFCollege Freak Fest
CFFChitose Airport Fuelling Facilities (Hokkaido, Japan)
CFFCash Find Forum (website)
CFFClub Fiat de France (French automobile club)
References in periodicals archive ?
Two exotic introduced species also occur in the country: Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann), known as the Mediterranean fruit fly, and Bactrocera carambolae Drew & Hancock, the carambola fruit fly (Zucchi 2001).
The Brazilian government, through its Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Food Supply, established a National Program for Eradication of the Carambola Fruit Fly, aiming to eliminate the pest from the states of Amapa and Roraima and maintain the "B.
If their genetic materials are susceptible to infestation by the carambola fruit fly, these trees used in urban landscaping could be responsible for sustaining elevated populations of the pest.
Host plants of the carambola fruit fly, Bactrocera carambolae Drew & Hancock (Diptera: Tephritidae), in Suriname, South America.
The carambola fruit fly (Bactrocera carambolae Drew & Hancock) (Diptera: Tephritidae), native to Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand (White & Elson-Harris 1992), was first reported in South America in 1975 in Paramaribo, Suriname (Sauers-Muller 1991).
The current list of carambola fruit fly hosts in Brazil is mainly based on information from the center of origin of the species.
1999) reported the occurrence of the carambola fruit fly on 75 plant species from 26 families.
Although the fruits of these plant species were collected in areas altered by human activity, the carambola fruit fly is able to use species of the Amazon flora as alternative hosts.
The life-cycle of Biosteres persulcatus with reference to adults' reproductive capacity on eggs of carambola fruit fly.