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Authors: S. Sujatha and K. Sahayaraj (Crop Protection Research Centre, St. Xavier's College, Tamil Nadu, India) 
Book Description:
This new book examines current research on biology, linear developmental model and biological control efficiency. The book draws heavily from insect physiology as the base of knowledge of these fields and is highly advanced in developing a base understanding of virtually every aspect of physiology, such as egg and total body macromolecular profile, enzymes, gut bacterial population, gut protein profile by SDS-PAGE, DNA amplification and genetic similarity in relation to six universal primers and interaction of prey-protein and predator response by ELISA. This book will serve as a bridge for predator rearing specialists and their stakeholders in using various temperatures under storage conditions so as to better manipulate the ways that benefit temperature and environment. (Imprint: Nova Press)

Table of Contents:
Preface

About the authors

Chapter 1 - Reduviids and Pest Management pp.1-12

Chapter 2- Life History and Threshold Temperatures pp.13-34

Chapter 3 Stage Preference and Bioefficacy pp.35-46

Chapter 4 Egg and Adults Macromoleculs pp.47-54

Chapter 5 Gut Microbial Profile and Their Hydrolytic Enzymes Production pp.55-70

Chapter 6 Antigen and Antibody Interactions pp.71-80

Chapter 7- Sds-Phage and Pcr Technology pp.81-96

General conclusion and future recommendations pp.97-100

Abbreviations pp.101-102

References pp.103-138

Index pp.139-146

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      Biochemistry Research Trends
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2012-February
   Pages: 146.pp
   ISBN: 978-1-61209-940-8
   Status: AV
  
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