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Moths: Types, Ecological Significance and Control Methods $170.00
Editors: Luis Cauterruccio
Book Description:
This book presents topical research from across the globe in the study of the types, ecological significance and control methods of moths. Topics discussed include the moth Steniscadia poliophaea(noctuidae) as as potent enemy of young mahogany trees in Amazonian forests; pest management of the microlepidoptera in fruit production and its economic significance; moth sex-pheromone production; the moth reproductive physiology and natural enemy pressure; sublethal effects of pesticides on exposed moths and their unexposed progen and the genetics of interactions among moths, their host plants and enemies in Crimean oak forests. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents:

Sugars on Leaf Surfaces Used as Signals by the Insect and the Plant: Implications in Orchard Protection against Cydia pomonella L. (Lepidoptera, Tortricidae)
(S. Derridj, N. Lombarkia, J.P. Garrec, H. Galy, E. Ferré, INRA, UMR- Insect Physiology, Versailles, France, and others)

The Intriguing Case of Steniscadia poliophaea (Noctuidae): Potent Moth Enemy of Young Mahogany Trees in Amazonian Forests
(Julian M. Norghauer, James Grogan, Institute of Plant Sciences, University of Bern, Altenbergrain, Bern, Switzerland, and others)

Microlepidoptera of Economic Significance in Fruit Production: Challenges, Constrains and Future Perspectives for Integrated Pest Management
(Petros T. Damos, Matilda Savopoulou-Soultani, Laboratory of Applied Zoology and Parasitology, Department of Plant Protection, School of Agriculture, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece)

Moth Sex-Pheromone Production: Biosynthetic Pathways, Regulatory Physiology, Inhibitory Processes and Disruption
(Ada Rafaeli, Department of Food Quality and Safety, Volcani Center, Agricultural Research Organization, Bet Dagan, Israel)

Host Plant Selects for Egg Size in the Moth Lobesia botrana: Integrating Reproductive and Ecological Trade-Offs is Not a Simple Matter
(Luis M. Torres-Vila, Eva Cruces-Caldera, M. Carmen Rodríguez-Molina, Servicio de Sanidad Vegetal, DG de Explotaciones Agrarias y CA, Consejería de Agricultura y Desarrollo Rural, Badajoz, Spain, and others)

Sublethal Effects of Pesticides: Their Impairment of Biology and Physiology of Exposed Moths and their Unexposed Progeny
(Zbigniew Adamski, Helen Ghiradella, Electron and Confocal Microscope Laboratory/Department of Animal Physiology and Developmental Biology, Faculty of Biology, Institute of Experimental Biology, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland, and others)

Genetics of Interactions among Moths, their Host Plants and Enemies in Crimean Oak Forests, and its Perspective for their Control
(Andrei P. Simchuk, Volodymyr V. Oberemok, Anatoly V. Ivashov, Department of Ecology, V.I. Vernadsky Taurida National University, Simferopol, Ukraine, and others)

Diversity of Mating Communication System of Moths
(Tetsu Ando, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan) (a)

Biology, Adaptation and Ultra-Structure of Some Silk Moth Species of North East India
(Sudip Dey, Electron Microscope Laboratory, North Eastern Hill University, Meghalaya, India) (a)

Attract-and-Kill Strategies for Control of Moth Pests in Grapes and Hops in Washington State, USA
(Holly J. Ferguson, Sally D. O’Neal, Douglas B. Walsh, Washington State University, Irrigated Agriculture Research and Extension Center, Washington, USA) (a)

(Prabhat Kumar, Agricultural Systems & Engineering, FOS, School of Environment Resource and Development, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand) (a)

Post Harvest Control of Date Moths in Tunisia
(Olfa Bachrouch, Jouda Mediouni-Ben Jemaa, Aidi Waness Wissem, Thierry Talou, Brahim Marzouk, Manef Abderraba, Unite de Recherce de Physico-Chimie Moleculaire(URPCM), Tunisia) (a)


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   Binding: ebook
   Pub. Date: 2012-March
   Pages: 7 x 10 (NBC - R)
   ISBN: 978-1-61470-647-2
   Status: AV
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