2 edition of Materials tested as insect attractants found in the catalog.
Materials tested as insect attractants
by Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in Washington, D.C
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 8-9.
|Statement||compiled by M. Beroza and N. Green.|
|Series||Agriculture handbook / United States Department of Agriculture ;, no. 239, Agriculture handbook (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) ;, no. 239.|
|LC Classifications||SB951 .B43|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||148 p. :|
|Number of Pages||148|
|LC Control Number||agr63000308|
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More than 4, materials against 10 insect species are given in this handbook. When organic chemicals that exhibited attractiveness were found, these leads were explored by testing structurally related compounds.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Beroza, Morton, Materials tested as insect attractants. Washington, D.C.: Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Dept. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Beroza, Morton, Materials tested as insect attractants.
Washington, D.C.: Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Dept. coverschemicalattractants,visuallures(suchas light),andattractant-baitedandunbaitedtraps. CHEMICALATTRACTANTS Insectsusemanydifferentsemiochemicals, chemicalsthatconveymessagesbetween organisms.(TheGreekword"semeio"meanssign.) Althoughsemiochemicalsmayseemanalogousto tastesorsmellsperceivedbyhumans.
RETURN TO BOOK PREV Chapter NEXT. Natural Insect Attractants and Repellents, New Tools in Pest Control. MARTIN JACOBSON. Chemical attractants and repellents produced by plants and by insects themselves may be the answer to the public's demand for more potent insect-control agents and the demand of health agencies for less toxic residues.
Oriental and Mediterranean fruit flies and melon fly. In Materials tested as insect attractants. Beroza, M. and Green, N., Compilers.
3 – 4. The other four test materials (cue-lure, methyl eugenol, PEP: eugenol (), and trimedlure) do not appear to be related to any natural pheromones but have been found experimentally to be effective and specific attractants. be effective not only as insect toxicants but also as repellents, feeding deterrents, attractants, inhibi-tors of growth and development, and sterilants.
Useful general references on the subject of plant-derived physiologically active materials for insects are those by Jacobson and Crosby (24), Feeny (11), Kubo and Nakanishi (31), Finch ( Arrange for Test proctor, if necessary; Module 2. View Audio Slide Show * View Learning Objectives; Print Topical Outline (PDF) Read“A Class of Distinction” * Read“Impact of Insects” * Read“Cultural Entomology” * Read“Reasons for Success” * Post to Discussion Board - Insect Extinction* Submit Homework #2 - Bugs in the News *.
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In good all round condition. No dust jacket. Re-bound by library. Susan L. Cuppett, Clifford A. Hall III, in Advances in Food and Nutrition Research, IV LABIATAE ESSENTIAL OILS AS ANTIOXIDANTS.
In the plant, essential oils serve as insect attractants for pollination or they can act as a deterrent to microbial and/or insect attack (Tsimidou and Boskou, ).The role of essential oils in food preservation is limited due to their strong odor.
ISCA’s semiochemical insect attractants are made up of compounds—like pheromones, plant volatiles, flower oils, sugars and proteins—that mimic insect attraction systems found in nature. By identifying processes already existing in nature, ISCA can use them to create sustainable technologies to manage insects.
This chapter gives an account on the general concept of insect semiochemicals, their definitions, classification, formulation, utilization in integrated pest management programs, and the shortcomings of their application.
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Quality Production Laboratory Materials lieu of testing: visual identification, established manufacturer reliability, and with filth, insect infestation, or other extraneous adulterant.
Chemical Insect Attractants and Repellents M. Jacobson Annual Review of Entomology BOTANICAL INSECTICIDES, DETERRENTS, AND REPELLENTS IN MODERN AGRICULTURE AND AN INCREASINGLY REGULATED WORLD Murray B.
Isman Annual Review of Entomology BEHAVIORAL MANIPULATION METHODS FOR INSECT PEST-MANAGEMENT S. Foster and and and M. Chemical attractants. Insects and other arthropods are attracted to animal and plant hosts through chemicals either on contact or in the air (see section, “Food-baited jars” and “Baiting for moths and beetles”).
Their keen ability to detect odors also allows them to detect other insects of the same or even unrelated species. It begins with a general introduction to insects in a chemical world. Included is a discussion of molecular biology and genetics in insect control, with respect to potentially inserting the genes for the synthesis of a protective substance into a crop plant.
Also covered is the detoxification of plant substances by insects. Disclosed are insect attractants in dry powdery formulations that when mixed with or used in cooperation with pre-registered, commercially-available, active ingredients and solvents, form low-toxicity, environment-friendly, baiting systems to attract and kill or otherwise neutralize a broad range of crop-damaging, crawling, walking and flying insects.
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Chemical attractants and repellents produced by plants and by insects themselves may be the answer to the public's demand for more potent insect-control agents and the demand of health agencies for less toxic residues. The most active attractants, which may be effective in infinitesimal concentration at a distance of ¼ mile or more, are the sex attractants; they are highly specific and.Materials tested as insect attractants / (Washington, D.C.: Agricultural Research Service, U.S.
Dept. of Agriculture, ), by Morton Beroza and N. Green (page images at HathiTrust) Termite attractants and repellents / ([College Station?Insect Attractants J R Plimmer, M N Inscoe, and, and T P McGovern Annual Review of Pharmacology and Toxicology Fungal Parasites of Insects M.
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