3 edition of Principles of host-plant resistance to insect pests found in the catalog.
Principles of host-plant resistance to insect pests
|LC Classifications||SB750 .P36|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 386 p. :|
|Number of Pages||386|
|LC Control Number||78059169|
This book includes 24 chapters, which cover ecological and biorational basis of pest management, integrated pest and disease management, crop breeding for resistance, use of entomopathogenic nematodes and other agents, remote sensing, biosecurity issues, risk to biodiversity by exotic species, new and emerging pests of horticultural crops. Transfer of resistance genes is achieved by sexual hybridisation between the target and the source plant followed by selection. Plant Breeding for Developing Resistance to Insect Pests. Another major cause for large scale destruction of crop plant .
Chapter 14 covers the IPM of rice pests; concepts, principles, current management systems and new concepts for IPM in Bangladesh rice production. This profusely illustrated book with an underlying IPM and ecological approach takes a fresh look at yield losses from insects and diseases and contains a wealth of information for rice plant. Integrated pest management (IPM), also known as integrated pest control (IPC) is a broad-based approach that integrates practices for economic control of aims to suppress pest populations below the economic injury level (EIL). The UN's Food and Agriculture Organization defines IPM as "the careful consideration of all available pest control techniques and subsequent integration of.
Principles of insect pest control on palms. This chapter describes seven different categories of insect control on palms (Palmae or Arecaceae): natural, physical, cultural (e.g. crop rotation), host-plant resistance, biological (using predators and parasitoids), chemical (pesticides) and miscellaneous (e.g. sterile male release). Part I. Background to Insect Pest and Vector Management. 3. Pests and humans (Reading Assignment: Text, Chapter 1 and Supplementary Readings 1, 2, 3) Direct pests, and vectors of plant and animal diseases. Pest status: major, minor, occasional, migrant, potential. Human practices and the occurrence of pests. Not all arthropods are pests File Size: 63KB.
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[N Panda]. Book: Principles of host-plant resistance to insect pests pp pp. pages Abstract: The present work aims to cover as far as practicable current concepts of host plant resistance to insect pests insect pests Subject Category: Organism GroupsCited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Panda, Niranjan.
Principles of host-plant resistance to insect pests. Montclair, N.J.: Allanheld, Osmun ; New York. Host plant resistance to insect pests in oilseed crops/Harvir Singh and H.
Basappa. Insect resistance in pulse crops progress and perspectives/Ramesh Chauhan Bilochan Dahiya and Praduman Bhatnagar. Perspectives of host plant resistance in vegetable crops/O.P. Lal. 2 Principles of Insect Pests Management 31 growth, intensified pest management program/strategies become mandatory to avoid the losses by insect pest population (Trenberth ; Juang et al.
Insect pests cause substantial losses to food and fiber crops worldwide. Additionally, they vector human and domestic animal diseases. The dependence on pesticides as a sole method of control has. Host plant resistance – definition – types and mechanisms, ecological and genetic resistance.
Host-plant resistance in pest management – compatibility with other pest management practices – merits and demerits. Biological control – definition – history and development – classical examples – factors governing biological control.
Various principles underlying the pest management are discussed in this chapter along with tools and components of integrated pest management (IPM) such as cultural methods, host plant resistance, mechanical methods, physical methods, biological methods, behavioral methods, regulatory or legal methods, and chemical methods.
Yet the whole process of host-plant selection and host-plant specificity amongst insects depends on behavior, and selection for behavioral differences must be a prime factor in the evolution of host-plant specificity.
In writing this book, we hope to draw attention to this central role of behavior and, hopefully, encourage a few students to. The second edition of Insect Pathology includes chapters on the history of this discipline, principles of microbial control and epizootiology, diseases of beneficial insects, host resistance, and Wolbachia.
This thoroughly illustrated and up-to-date revision will provide insect pathologists, entomologists, microbiologists, mycologists. Chapter 6 The Present and Future Role of Insect-Resistant Genetically Modified Cotton in IPM Steven E.
Naranjo1,*, John R. Ruberson2, Hari C. Sharma3, Lewis Wilson4, and Kongming Wu5 Abstract Transgenic cottons producing Cry toxins from Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) provide for control of lepidopteran pests and were first commercially grown in Australia, Mexico and the USA in Learn term:control principles = integrated pest management with free interactive flashcards.
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IPM can also be defined as: Utilization of a chain of pest control tactics simultaneously in a well organized and harmonious way in order to achieve long-term pest control over injurious insect pests Regulatory/ Legislative Methods Host Plant Resistance 4.
Logic and Necessity of IPM. 5 Host Plant Resistance Introduction Objectives and Strategies Genetics of Virulence and Resistance The pathosystem concept The vertical pathosystem The horizontal pathosystem The gene-for-gene model and biotypes Incomplete, quantitative vertical resistance managing insect resistance, as well as designing field layouts to minimize insect resistance.
As for any technology, the module will also cover the environmental concerns by public, regulatory aspects and agencies and emerging national and global issues on the use and impact of transgenic crops. Module 3: Plant Resistance to Abiotic Stressors. Resistance can be classified as to intensities: immunity; high, moderate and low resistance; or types of resistance: vertical or horizontal resistance.
The mechanisms of resistance include: non-preference, antibiosis and tolerance. Examples of the effects of both non-preference and antibiosis resistance on insect numbers are by:. Race specific, complete resistance, for example, also occurs in resistance to pests, but race-nonspecific, partial resistance is by far the most frequent type of resistance.
This partiality might be one of the reasons, why resistance to pests was distinguished relatively late as Cited by: 4.Cultivated tomatoes are more vulnerable to pests and diseases, since they have lost their natural resistance in the reproduction process. Researchers are working to reverse this by reintroducing the resistance of the wild varieties through breeding, but they still haven’t been able to successfully cross breed the wild tomatoes with the cultivated tomatoes to obtain the necessary traits.resistance to insects in crops have been classified as non -preference, antibiosis, and tolerance.
Insect preference for a certain host plant is related to color, light reflection, physical structure of the surface, and chemical stimuli such as taste and odor.
Antibiosis is defined as an adverse effect of the plant upon the insect. This may.