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Insect suppression with controlled release pheromone systems.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editors, Agis F. Kydonieus, Morton Beroza.|
|Series||CRC series in pesticide chemistry|
|Contributions||Kydonieus, Agis F., Beroza, Morton.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||312|
Daterman G. Insect suppression with controlled release pheromone systems. CRC Press; Monitoring insects with pheromones: trapping Cited by: 2. Introduction. Grapholita molesta insects (GM) inhabit fruit trees (e.g., peach, apple, and pear), and their larvae destroy fruit. 1 Although various pesticides have been used for prevention of GM, the larvae cannot be prevented from entering fruit.1 Sex-pheromone-mediated mating disruption (MD) has been implemented to reduce the larval population by various types of MD .
In Insect suppression with controlled release pheromone systems. Vol. II. A. F. Kydonieus & M. Berosa. CRC Press. pp. Jutsum, A.R. & Gordon, R.F.S. Pheromones: importance to insects and role in pest management. In Insect pheromones in plant protection. Ed. A.R. Jutsum & R. F. S. Gordon. John Wilen & Sons Ltd. pp. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion Librivox Free Audiobook Sermon Podcast Pauping Off Daily Chapel - Spring Ear-Buds Show: The Music Podcast from Two Best Buds Think Millennial Artist Spotlight Hosted By Brandon.
A novel controlled-release device Significant disruption of mating, up to % for both the low-density and high- density populations of free-flying almond moths, was achieved over a hr period with two MSTRS devices placed in opposite corners of the room at m height, and emitting either 50 pg or 5 j-ig per spray-burst (Mafra-Neto & Baker a). Pengaruh Pemanfaatan Feromon Seks terhadap Serangga Hama Pheromones are chemical substances used by insects to communicate within their species. Our understanding about pheromones' chemistry, their functions and their overall performances over insect behavior provide us with wealth of information that lead to their use for insect pest control.
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Insect Suppression with Controlled Release Pheromone Systems: Volume I. by A.F. Kydonieus | Insect Suppression with Controlled Release Pheromone Systems: Volume II. by A.F. Kydonieus | Dec Insect suppression with controlled release pheromone systems. Boca Raton, Fla.: CRC Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Agis F Kydonieus.English, Book, Illustrated edition: Insect suppression with controlled release pheromone systems / editors, Agis F.
Kydonieus, Morton Beroza. Get this edition. Get this from a library. INSECT SUPPRESSION WITH CONTROLLED RELEASE PHEROMONE SYSTEMS. Volume I. [Agis F Kydonieus; Morton Beroza;] -- This book documents the latest accomplishments and technology relating to pheromone use. It contains listing of pheromones which provides an up-to-date background of material to help bring both the.
To achieve this, a controlled-release system of pheromone dispenser that mimics the natural pheromone release by insect pest is required.
In addition, optimization of trap density, design, and trap position is essential to achieve trap efficiency. Mafra-Neto et al. listed the shortcomings in semiochemical formulations as follows:Cited by: 4.
Paraffin performed well as a carrier for controlled-release of insect sex pheromones in laboratory tests, with a constant release-rate for an extended time period.
A constant OFM pheromone release from paraffin emulsions was observed in the laboratory for more than days at 27°C, with release-rates ranging from to 2 mg/day, depending on Cited by: The potential utility of micrometer-sized particles as controlled-release devices for the volatilization of insect pheromones for mating disruption applications is evaluated in this study for two pheromone/model compound systems (codlemone/1-dodecanol and disparlure/1,2-epoxyoctadecane).
To expedite the measurement of release rates from these particle devices, Cited by: Abstract. As the field of pheromone research evolved, and it became clear that pheromones possessed great potential as components of pest management strategies, it became necessary (a) to define precisely the pheromonal blend emitted by the insect, (b) to determine the rates of production and release of the blends by the insect, and (c) to develop controlled release systems Cited by: Identification and Synthesis of New Pheromones with controlled release pheromone system, In V ol I CRC.
Insect Suppression with controlled. release pheromone systems, V ol I CRC Press, Inc. Know the pheromones: Basics and its application.
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1, pp. – CRC Press, Boca Raton, by: A commercially available puffer by Suterra Co. releases the pheromone of the codling moth for up to days, and in low to moderate pest populations the puffer can provide control of the pest to a level equivalent to conventional insecticides (Steinmann et al., ).
Pheromone use for insect control. The use of pheromones to control phases of the lives of pest species is one method of pest management. Beet army-worms are a serious pest in cotton-producing areas of the United States, causing multi-million dollar losses in in Texas alone. Performance characteristics of a commercial controlled-release dispenser of sex pheromone for control of codling moth (Cydia pomonella) by mating disruption.
Journal of Chemical Ecology, Vol. 18, Issue. 12, p. Cited by: István Ujváry, in Handbook of Pesticide Toxicology (Second Edition), Biological Properties Mode of Action. Insect pheromones are not true “insecticides” because they do not kill insects.
They influence insect behavior through the olfactory system. Current knowledge on the mode of action of pheromones was recently reviewed (Breer, ; Vogt, ).
Pheromone Technology in IPM: Present Scenario and Future Prospects Bakke, A.Utilization of aggregation pheromone for control of the spruce bark beetle, In: Insect Pheromone Technology M. Chemical attractants in integrated pest management programs, In: Insect Suppression with Controlled Release Pheromone Systems, Vol.
1 Author: T. Pimpale. Insect Suppression with Controlled Release Pheromone Systems, Vol. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida. Google Scholar Fitzgerald, T.D., St. Clair, A.D., Daterman, G.E., and Smith, K.G. Controlled Release of Bioactive Materials is a collection papers that deal with the study of controlled release applications in drugs and other pharmacological products and processes.
The text covers topics such as the theory and practice of controlled drug delivery from bioerodible polymers, biodegradable drug delivery systems from aliphatic Book Edition: 1. Insect Pheromones: Useful Lessons for Crustacean Pheromone Programs.
Thomas C. Baker Abstract Insect pheromones, especially sex pheromones, have successfully con-tributed to pest management programs around the world since the s. In this chapter I examine some of the ways in which pheromones have been used in insectFile Size: KB.
Table 1 Release rate of monolithic type pheromone lures containing sulcatone, 3-pentanol, or sulcatol, at 27–28 ° C and a wind speed of m/s in a laboratory wind tunnel Matrices R.Dust Suppression & Control Tree Species ips beetles, bark beetles, and many other insects communicate using pheromones.
Verbenone is a synthetic pheromone treatment for high-value pine trees that replicates the beetle pheromone, sending a message that the tree is full and that the food supply is insufficient for additional beetles.In: Insect suppression with Controlled Release Pheromone Systems/ editors: Kydonieus, A.
F. and M. Beroza. Boca Raton, Fla. CRC Press, vol Acknowledgement: The authors would like to thank our cooperating grower; Glenn Thayer and Pacific Biocontrol Corporation; and the ODA Nursery Research Grant Program for their assistance and support for.