Management of Insect Pests with Semiochemicals : Concepts and Practice

Perhaps the best expression of our intent in organ~z~ng this gathering is found in the definition of the word colloquy and its derivations. A gathering allowing familiar and informal conversation among colleagues with similar interests was our objective. Our motives were, of course, complex. Our mai...

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Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Other Authors: Mitchell, Everett (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: New York, NY Springer US 1981, 1981
Edition:1st ed. 1981
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Collection: Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • Session I. Biomonitoring
  • 1 Practical Application of Pheromones in Regulatory Pest Management Programs
  • 2 Monitoring the Boll Weevil in Technical and Commercial Operations
  • 3 Recent Developments in the Use of Pheromones to Monitor Plodia interpunctella and Ephestia cautella
  • 4 Biomonitoring for Stored-Product Insects
  • 5 The Use of Pheromone Traps to Monitor Distribution and Population Trends of the Gypsy Moth
  • 6 Monitoring Codling Moth Populations in British Columbia Apple Orchards
  • 7 Monitoring for the Angoumois Grain Moth in Corn
  • 8 Sex Attractant Traps: Their Role in the Management of Spruce Budworm
  • 9 Future Thrusts for Development of Insect Sex Pheromones as Monitoring Tools
  • Session II. Mass Trapping
  • 10 The “3-Body” Problem Analogy in Mass-Trapping Programs
  • 11 Suppression of Dendroctonus brevicomis by Using a Mass-Trapping Tactic
  • 12 Pheromone-Baited Traps and Trap Trees in the Integrated Management of Bark Beetles in Urban Areas
  • Session IV. Formulation, Toxicology, and Registration
  • 33 Formulation and Regulation: Constraints on the Development of Semiochemicals for Insect Pest Management
  • 34 Position of the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency on Regulation of Biorational Pesticides
  • 35 Methodology for Determining the Release Rates of Pheromones from Hollow Fibers
  • 36 The Hereon Dispenser Formulation and Recent Test Results
  • 37 Formulation, Toxicology and Regulation: Future Thrusts for Development of Semiochemicals in Insect Pest Control
  • Session V. Oviposition Disruptants and Antiaggregants
  • 38 Oviposition-Deterring Pheromone of the European Cherry Fruit Fly: Status of Research and Potential Applications
  • 39 Elucidation and Employment of Semiochemicals in the Manipulation of Entomophagous Insects
  • 40 Oviposition-Deterring Pheromone System of Apple Maggot Flies
  • Contributors
  • Scientific Name
  • Common Name
  • Chemicals
  • 23 Pink Bollworm and Tobacco Budworm Mating Disruption Studies on Cotton
  • 24 Research and Development of Pheromones for Insect Control with Emphasis on the Pink Bollworm
  • 25 Formate Pheromone Mimics as Mating Disruptants of the Striped Rice Borer Moth, Chilo suppressalis (Walker)
  • 26 Disruption of Sex Pheromone Communication in Chilo suppressalis with Pheromone and Analogs
  • 27 Field Experiments to Develop Control of the Grape Moth, Eupoecilia ambiguella, by Communication Disruption
  • 28 Disruption of Spruce Budworm Mating — State of the Art
  • 29 Control of Moth Pests by Mating Disruption in Forests of the Western United States
  • 30 Disruption of Southern Pine Beetle Infestations with Attractants and Inhibitors
  • 31 Disruption of Long-Distance Pheromone Communication in the Oriental Fruit Moth: Camouflaging the Natural Aerial Trails from Females?
  • 32 Future Thrusts on Mating Disruption of Pest Insects with Semiochemicals
  • 13 Pheromone-Based Suppression of Ambrosia Beetles in Industrial Timber Processing Areas
  • 14 Deployment of Traps in a Barrier Strategy to Reduce Populations of the European Elm Bark Beetle, and the Incidence of Dutch Elm Disease
  • 15 Practical Results from the Mass-Trapping of Ips typographus in Scandinavia
  • 16 Mass Trapping for Suppression of Japanese Beetles
  • 17 Mass Trapping for Detection, Suppression and Integration with other Suppression Measures Against the Boll Weevil
  • 18 Future Thrusts for Developing and Utilizing Mass-Trapping Technology
  • Session III. Mating Disruption
  • 19 Mating Disruption of Lepidopterous Pests: Current Status and Future Prospects
  • 20 Small-Plot Disorientation Tests for Screening Potential Mating Disruptants
  • 21 Field and Laboratory Evaluation of Mating Disruptants of Heliothis zea and Spodoptera frugiperda in Florida
  • 22 Evaluation of Microencapsulated Formulations of Pheromone Components of the Egyptian Cotton Leafworm in Crete