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G. Andrewartha and L. C. Birch. 1954. The Distribution and Abundance of Animals. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 782 pages. (book by chapters)

0 Title page0 Title page, contents

1 Introduction1 The scope of ecology. Pages 3-12.

2 Components of the environment2 Components of the environment. Pages 13-28.

3 The innate capacity for increase3 The innate capacity for increase in numbers. Pages 31-54.

4 Diapause4 Diapause. Pages 55-85.

5 Dispersal5 Dispersal. Pages 86-125.

6 Weather-temperature6 Weather: temperature. Pages 129-205.

7 Weather-moisture7 Weather: moisture. Pages 207-288.

8 Weather-light8 Weather: light. Pages 289-332.

9 Other animals of the same kind Other animals of the same kind. Pages 333-398.

10 Other animals of different kinds10 Other animals of different kinds. Pages 399-488.

11 Food11 Food. Pages 489-512.

12 A place in which to live12 A place in which to live. Pages 513-553.

13 Empirical examples of the numbers13 Empirical examples of the numbers of animals in natural populations. Pages 557-647.

14 A general theory of the numbers14 A general theory of the numbers of animals in natural populations. Pages 648-665.

15 Genetic plasticity of species15 Genetic plasticity of species. Pages 669-705.

16 Ecology and the origin of species16 Ecology and the origin of species. Pages 706-720,

BibliographyBibliography and author index. Pages 723-763.

IndexIndex. Pages 765-782.

B. Williams. 1958. Insect Migration. The New Naturalist, London, 235 pages.

Title pages Williams MigrationTitle pages, contents, prefaces

Chapter 1 IntroductionChapter 1. Introductory. General introduction to insect migration. Pages 1-5. In: C. B. Williams. 1958. Insect Migration. The New Naturalist, London, 235 pages.

Chapter 2 History of migrationChapter 2. A brief history of the study of insect migration. Pages 6-10. In: C. B. Williams. 1958. Insect Migration. The New Naturalist, London, 235 pages.

Chapter 3 BritishChapter 3. The evidence. Migration among British butterflies. Pages 11-38. In: C. B. Williams. 1958. Insect Migration. The New Naturalist, London, 235 pages.

Chapter 4 Other partsChapter 4. Butterfly migration in other parts of the world. Pages 39-57. In: C. B. Williams. 1958. Insect Migration. The New Naturalist, London, 235 pages.

Chapter 5 MothsChapter 5. The migration of moths. Pages 58-76. In: C. B. Williams. 1958. Insect Migration. The New Naturalist, London, 235 pages.

Chapter 6 Other insectsChapter 6. The migration of locusts, dragonflies, ladybeetles and other insects. Pages 77-100. In: C. B. Williams. 1958. Insect Migration. The New Naturalist, London, 235 pages.

Chapter 7 The problemsChapter 7. The problems. The nature of the migratory flights. Pages 101-109. In: C. B. Williams. 1958. Insect Migration. The New Naturalist, London, 235 pages.

Chapter 8 OrientationChapter 8. The problem of orientation and the direction of flight. Pages 110-131. In: C. B. Williams. 1958. Insect Migration. The New Naturalist, London, 235 pages.

Chapter 9 ReturnChapter 9. The problem of the return flight. Pages 132-144. In: C. B. Williams. 1958. Insect Migration. The New Naturalist, London, 235 pages.

Chapter 10 CenturyChapter 10. A century of immigration of butterflies and moths into Britain. Pages 145-153. In: C. B. Williams. 1958. Insect Migration. The New Naturalist, London, 235 pages.

Chapter 11 AbundanceChapter 11. Problems of abundance. Pages 154-164. In: C. B. Williams. 1958. Insect Migration. The New Naturalist, London, 235 pages.

Chapter 12 GeographicalChapter 12. Problems of geographical distribution. Pages 165—176. In: C. B. Williams. 1958. Insect Migration. The New Naturalist, London, 235 pages.

Chapter 13 Other problemsChapter 13. Other problems of insect migration. Pages 177-189. In: C. B. Williams. 1958. Insect Migration. The New Naturalist, London, 235 pages.

Chapter 14 RelationChapter 14. The relation of the migrations of insects to those of other animals. Pages 190-196. In: C. B. Williams. 1958. Insect Migration. The New Naturalist, London, 235 pages.

Chapter 15 MarkingChapter 15. How the work is done. The use of marked insects in the study of migration. Pages 197-201. In: C. B. Williams. 1958. Insect Migration. The New Naturalist, London, 235 pages.

Chapter 16 InformationChapter 16. The collection and study of information. Pages 202-208. In: C. B. Williams. 1958. Insect Migration. The New Naturalist, London, 235 pages.

Chapter 17 LiteratureChapter 17. Books and other publications on insect migration. Pages 209-218. In: C. B. Williams. 1958. Insect Migration. The New Naturalist, London, 235 pages.

Appendix migrationAppendix. The numbers of immigrant butterflies and moths recorded in Britain each year from 1850-1955. Pages 219-226.

Index migrationIndex. Pages 227-235.

R. C. Rainey (editor). 1976. Insect Flight. Proceedings of a symposium of the Royal Entomological Society of London, No. 7. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, 287 pages. (book by chapter)

Title pages Rainey FlightTitle pages.

Subject Index Rainey FlightSubject Index. Pages 279-287.

Chapter 1 PringleChapter 1. J. W. S. Pringle. 1976. The muscles and sense organs involved in insect flight. Pages 3-15. In: R. C. Rainey (editor). Insect Flight. Proceedings of a symposium of the Royal Entomological Society of London, No. 7. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, 287 pages.

Chapter 2 MulloneyChapter 2. Brian Mulloney. 1976. Control of flight and related behavior by the central nervous systems of insects. Pages 16-30. In: R. C. Rainey (editor). Insect Flight. Proceedings of a symposium of the Royal Entomological Society of London, No. 7. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, 287 pages.

Chapter 3 NachtigallChapter 3. Werner Nachtigall. 1976. Wing movements and the generation of aerodynamic forces by some medium-sized insects. Pages 31-47. In: R. C. Rainey (editor). Insect Flight. Proceedings of a symposium of the Royal Entomological Society of London, No. 7. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, 287 pages.

Chapter 4 Weis-FoghChapter 4. Torkel Weis-Fogh. 1976. Energetics and aerodynamics of flapping flight: a synthesis. Pages 48-72. In: R. C. Rainey (editor). Insect Flight. Proceedings of a symposium of the Royal Entomological Society of London, No. 7. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, 287 pages.

Chapter 5 RaineyChapter 5. R. C. Rainey. 1976. Flight behaviour and features of the atmospheric environment. Pages 73-112. In: R. C. Rainey (editor). Insect Flight. Proceedings of a symposium of the Royal Entomological Society of London, No. 7. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, 287 pages.

Chapter 6 BettsChapter 6. Elizabeth Betts. 1976. Forecasting infestations of tropical migratory pests: the desert locust and the African armyworm. Pages 113-134. In: R. C. Rainey (editor). Insect Flight. Proceedings of a symposium of the Royal Entomological Society of London, No. 7. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, 287 pages.

Chapter 7 JoyceChapter 7. R. J. V. Joyce. 1976. Insect flight in relation to problems of pest control. Pages 135-155. In: R. C. Rainey (editor). Insect Flight. Proceedings of a symposium of the Royal Entomological Society of London, No. 7. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, 287 pages.

Chapter 8 SchaeferChapter 8. G. W. Schaefer. 1976. Radar observations of insect flight. Pages 137-197. In: R. C. Rainey (editor). Insect Flight. Proceedings of a symposium of the Royal Entomological Society of London, No. 7. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, 287 pages.

Chapter 9 LindauerChapter 9. Martin Lindauer. 1976. Foraging and homing flight of the honey-bee: some general problems of orientation. Pages 199-216. In: R. C. Rainey (editor). Insect Flight. Proceedings of a symposium of the Royal Entomological Society of London, No. 7. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, 287 pages.

Chapter 10 JohnsonChapter 10. C. G. Johnson. 1976. Lability of the flight system: a context for functional adaptation. Pages 217-234. In: R. C. Rainey (editor). Insect Flight. Proceedings of a symposium of the Royal Entomological Society of London, No. 7. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, 287 pages.

Chapter 11 WoottonChapter 11. R. J. Wootton. 1976. The fossil record and insect flight. Pages 235-254. In: R. C. Rainey (editor). Insect Flight. Proceedings of a symposium of the Royal Entomological Society of London, No. 7. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, 287 pages.

Chapter 12 WigglesworthChapter 12. V. B. Wigglesworth. 1976. The evolution of insect flight. Pages 255-269. In: R. C. Rainey (editor). Insect Flight. Proceedings of a symposium of the Royal Entomological Society of London, No. 7. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, 287 pages.

General discussionGeneral discussion by participants. Pages 271-278.

R. C. Rainey. 1989. Migration and Meteorology. Flight behavior and the atmospheric environment of locusts and other migrant pests. Oxford, UK, Clarendon Press, 314 pages (book by chapter)

Title pages Rainey MigrationTitle pages

Subject index Rainey MigrationSubject index Rainey Migration. Pages 309-314.

IntroductionIntroduction. Pages 1-4. In: R. C. Rainey. 1989. Migration and Meteorology. Flight behavior and the atmospheric environment of locusts and other migrant pests. Oxford, UK, Clarendon Press, 314 pages.

PART I. THE DESERT LOCUST: PROTOTYPE MIGRANT

Chapter 1Chapter 1. Locust control and migration: the background. Pages 7-10. In: R. C. Rainey. 1989. Migration and Meteorology. Flight behavior and the atmospheric environment of locusts and other migrant pests. Oxford, UK, Clarendon Press, 314 pages.

Chapter 2. Locust migration: facts and mechanisms

Chapter 2-1Chapter 2.1. The biology and behavior of the desert locust in relation to migration. Pages 11-38. In: R. C. Rainey. 1989. Migration and Meteorology. Flight behavior and the atmospheric environment of locusts and other migrant pests. Oxford, UK, Clarendon Press, 314 pages.

Chapter 2-2Chapter 2.2. Displacement of discrete locust population. Pages 39-87. In: R. C. Rainey. 1989. Migration and Meteorology. Flight behavior and the atmospheric environment of locusts and other migrant pests. Oxford, UK, Clarendon Press, 314 pages.

Chapter 2-3Chapter 2.3. The desert locust and synoptic meteorology: day-to-day detail for a year’s intercontinental migrations of an entire species. Pages 88-135. In: R. C. Rainey. 1989. Migration and Meteorology. Flight behavior and the atmospheric environment of locusts and other migrant pests. Oxford, UK, Clarendon Press, 314 pages.

Chapter 3. Locust numbers: the evidence and the problem of control.

Chapter 3-1Chapter 3.1. The assessment of locust numbers and of control operations. Pages 136-150. In: R. C. Rainey. 1989. Migration and Meteorology. Flight behavior and the atmospheric environment of locusts and other migrant pests. Oxford, UK, Clarendon Press, 314 pages.

Chapter 3-2Chapter 3.2. Control and natural causes in the desert locust decline of the early 1960s. Pages 150-157. In: R. C. Rainey. 1989. Migration and Meteorology. Flight behavior and the atmospheric environment of locusts and other migrant pests. Oxford, UK, Clarendon Press, 314 pages.

Chapter 4Chapter 4. Locusts at a low ebb: continuity of recession populations. Pages 158-168. In: R. C. Rainey. 1989. Migration and Meteorology. Flight behavior and the atmospheric environment of locusts and other migrant pests. Oxford, UK, Clarendon Press, 314 pages.

PART II. FLIGHT AND MIGRATION IN OTHER MAJOR PESTS

Chapter 5Chapter 5. Armyworms: larvae of formidably migrant moths. Pages 171-199. In: R. C. Rainey. 1989. Migration and Meteorology. Flight behavior and the atmospheric environment of locusts and other migrant pests. Oxford, UK, Clarendon Press, 314 pages.

Chapter 6Chapter 6. Spruce budworm: major forest problem of North America. Pages 200-230. In: R. C. Rainey. 1989. Migration and Meteorology. Flight behavior and the atmospheric environment of locusts and other migrant pests. Oxford, UK, Clarendon Press, 314 pages.

Part III A. Management of Migrant Pests: Prospects and Options.

Chapter 7Chapter 7. The problems of the desert locust and other African locusts: prospects and options. Pages 223-233. In: R. C. Rainey. 1989. Migration and Meteorology. Flight behavior and the atmospheric environment of locusts and other migrant pests. Oxford, UK, Clarendon Press, 314 pages.

Chapter 8Chapter 8. African armyworm: prospects and options. Pages 234-235. In: R. C. Rainey. 1989. Migration and Meteorology. Flight behavior and the atmospheric environment of locusts and other migrant pests. Oxford, UK, Clarendon Press, 314 pages.

Chapter 9Chapter 9. The spruce budworm: prospects and options. Pages 236-237. In: R. C. Rainey. 1989. Migration and Meteorology. Flight behavior and the atmospheric environment of locusts and other migrant pests. Oxford, UK, Clarendon Press, 314 pages.

Chapter 10Chapter 10. Major migrant pests in China: possible new options for monitoring and control. Pages 238-241. In: R. C. Rainey. 1989. Migration and Meteorology. Flight behavior and the atmospheric environment of locusts and other migrant pests. Oxford, UK, Clarendon Press, 314 pages.

Chapter 11Chapter 11. Migrant pests and nuclear winter. Page 242. In: R. C. Rainey. 1989. Migration and Meteorology. Flight behavior and the atmospheric environment of locusts and other migrant pests. Oxford, UK, Clarendon Press, 314 pages.

Part III B. Ecology and evolution of insect flight and migration: some implications from findings on migrant pests.

Chapter 12Chapter 12. Survival value of systems of downward redistribution. Pages 245-247. In: R. C. Rainey. 1989. Migration and Meteorology. Flight behavior and the atmospheric environment of locusts and other migrant pests. Oxford, UK, Clarendon Press, 314 pages.

Chapter 13Chapter 13. Migration: a single strategy implemented by a range of alternative tactics. Pages 248-250. In: R. C. Rainey. 1989. Migration and Meteorology. Flight behavior and the atmospheric environment of locusts and other migrant pests. Oxford, UK, Clarendon Press, 314 pages.

Chapter 14Chapter 14. Evolution of insect flight. Pages 251-256. In: R. C. Rainey. 1989. Migration and Meteorology. Flight behavior and the atmospheric environment of locusts and other migrant pests. Oxford, UK, Clarendon Press, 314 pages.

AppendixAppendix. Further notes on applications of meteorology in investigations of airborne migration. Pages 257-281. In: R. C. Rainey. 1989. Migration and Meteorology. Flight behavior and the atmospheric environment of locusts and other migrant pests. Oxford, UK, Clarendon Press, 314 pages.

NotesNotes. Pages 282-290. In: R. C. Rainey. 1989. Migration and Meteorology. Flight behavior and the atmospheric environment of locusts and other migrant pests. Oxford, UK, Clarendon Press, 314 pages.

ReferencesReferences. Pages 291-308. In: R. C. Rainey. 1989. Migration and Meteorology. Flight behavior and the atmospheric environment of locusts and other migrant pests. Oxford, UK, Clarendon Press, 314 pages.

R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). 1979. Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979. (book by chapters)

Title pages highly mobileTitle pages

Chapter 1 RabbChapter 1. R. L. Rabb. 1979. Regional research on insect movement: initial considerations. Pages 2-12. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 2 HughesChapter 2. R. D. Hughes. 1979. Movement in population dynamics. Pages 14-34. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 3 RankinChapter 3. Mary Ann Rankin, Susan M. Rankin. 1979. Physiological aspects of insect migratory behavior. Pages 35-62. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 4 DingleChapter 4. Hugh Dingle. 1979. Adaptive variation in the evolution of insect migration. Pages 64-86. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 5 EanesChapter 5. Walter F. Eanes. 1979. The monarch butterfly as a paradigm of genetic structure in highly dispersive species. Pages 88-102. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 6 WellingtonChapter 6. W. G. Wellington. 1979. Insect dispersal: a biometeorological perspective. Pages 104-108. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 7 RaineyChapter 7. R. C. Rainey. 1979. Interaction between weather systems and populations of locusts and noctuids in Africa. Pages 109-118. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 8 RiordanChapter 8. Allen J. Riordan. 1979. Density and availability of meteorological data and their use in illustrating atmospheric long-range transport in the Southeastern United States. Pages 120-132. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 9 MullerChapter 9. Robert A. Muller. 1979. Synoptic weather types along the Central Gulf Coast: variability and predictability. Pages 133-146. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 10 TaylorChapter 10. L. R. Taylor. 1979. The Rothamsted insect survey—an approach to the theory and practice of synoptic pest forecasting in agriculture. Pages 148-184. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 11 ThompsonChapter 11. William A. Thompson. 1979. Modeling the movement of highly mobile insects. Pages 186-198. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 12 StinnerChapter 12. R. E. Stinner. 1979. Biological monitoring essentials in studying wide-area moth movement. Pages 199-210. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 13 RoseChapter 13. D. J. W. Rose, S. Khasimuddin. 1979. Wide-area monitoring of the African armyworm, Spodoptera exempta (Walker); (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Pages 212-218. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 14 FisherChapter 14. R. A. Fisher, D. O. Greenbank. 1979. A case study of research into insect movement: spruce budworm in New Brunswick. Pages 220-229. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 15 HartstackChapter 15. A. W. Hartstack. 1979. Light sources, trap design, and other factors affecting moth catch. Pages 232-240. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 16 LingrenChapter 16. P. D. Lingren. 1979. Light traps vs other physical and mechanical trapping devices. Pages 242-248. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 17 SmithChapter 17. John S. Smith, Jr. 1979. Light traps for survey and control of lepidopterous pests of tobacco and pecans. Pages 249-256. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 18 CallahanChapter 18. Philip S. Callahan. 1979. Night glowing phenomenon as an indicator of insect migration routes. Pages 257-262. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 19 WolfChapter 19. W. Wolf. 1979. Entomological radar studies in the United States. Pages 263-266. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 20 MitchellChapter 20. Everett R. Mitchell. 1979.  Status of pheromone identification for selected migrant pest species in the Southeastern United States. Pages 268-270. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 21 RoelofsChapter 21. W. L. Roelofs. 1979. Pheromones and other chemical attractants: pheromone trap specificity and potency. Pages 272-284. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 22 CardeChapter 22. Ring T. Cardé. 1979. Behavioral responses of moths to female-produced pheromones and the utilization of attractant-baited traps for population monitoring. Pages 286-314. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 23 CroftChapter 23. B. A. Croft. 1979. Use of pheromone traps to monitor long-range movement of Lepidoptera. Pages 316-325. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 24 StockChapter 24. M. W. Stock. 1979. Genetic markers in applied research on forest Lepidoptera. Pages 328-332. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 25 PashleyChapter 25. Dorothy P. Pashley, Guy L. Bush. 1979. The use of allozymes in studying insect movement with special reference to the codling moth, Laspyresia pomonella (L.) (Olethreutidae). Pages 333-340. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 26 ToddChapter 26. E. L. Todd. 1979. Population variation of morphological characteristics in Lepidoptera, with special reference to selected economic species. Pages 342-343. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 27 YoungChapter 27. J. R. Young. 1979. Assessing the movement of the fall armyworm (Spodoptera frugiperda) using insecticide resistance and wind patterns. Pages 344-352. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 28 RaulstonChapter 28. J. R. Raulston. 1979. Tagging of natural populations of Lepidoptera for studies of dispersal and migration. Pages 354-358. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 29 TreatChapter 29. Asher E. Treat. 1979. Moth-borne mites and their hosts. Pages 359-368. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 30 McLeanChapter 30. J. A. McLean, R. F. Shepherd, R.B. Bennett. 1979. Chemoprinting by x-ray energy spectrometry: we are where we eat. Pages 369-379. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 31 SparksChapter 31. Alton N. Sparks. 1979. An introduction to the status, current knowledge, and research on movement of selected Lepidoptera in Southeastern United States. Pages 382-385. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 32 MitchellChapter 32. Everett R. Mitchell. 1979.  Migration by Spodoptera exigua and S. frugiperda, North American style. Pages 386-392. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 33 LingrenChapter 33. P. D. Lingren, T. J. Henneberry, A. N. Sparks. 1979. Current knowledge and research on movement of the cabbage looper and related looper species. Pages 394-404. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 34 GreeneChapter 34. Gerald L. Greene. 1979. Evidence for migration of the velvetbean caterpillar. Pages 406-408. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 35 PhillipsChapter 35. J. R. Phillips. 1979. Migration of the bollworm, Heliothis zea (Boddie). Pages 409-411. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 36 RaulstonChapter 36. J. R. Raulston. 1979. Heliothis virescens migration. Pages 412-419. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 37 ShowersChapter 37. William B. Showers. 1979. Effect of diapause on the migration of the European corn borer into the Southeastern United States. Pages 420-430. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 38 BarfieldChapter 38. C. S. Barfield, J. L. Stimac. 1979. Partitioning the regional inoculum of moths. Pages 432-435. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 39 JacksonChapter 39. Robert D. Jackson. 1979. Concepts, plans, and current research efforts (USDA) in insect migration research for insect population management studies. Pages 436-438. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 40 NewsomChapter 40. L. D. Newsom. 1979. Discussion of problems and potentials of regional research on movement. Pages 440-444. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

Chapter 41 KennedyChapter 41. J. S. Kennedy, M. J. Way. 1979. Summing up the conference. Pages 446-456. In: R. L. Rabb, G. G. Kennedy (editors). Movement of Highly Mobile Insects: Concepts and Methodology in Research. Proceedings of a Conference, “Movement of Selected Species of Lepidoptera in the Southeastern United States,” Raleigh, North Carolina, April 9-11, 1979.

David E. Pedgley. 1982. Windborne Pests and Diseases: Meteorology of Airborne Organisms. New York. Halsted Press, John Wiley and Sons, 250 pages. (book by chapters)

Title pages WindborneTitle pages. Pages 1-12.

References WindborneReferences. Pages 211-240.

Index WindborneIndex. Pages 241-250.

Chapter 1 takeoffChapter 1. Weather at take-off. Pages 13-56. In: David E. Pedgley. 1982. Windborne Pests and Diseases: Meteorology of Airborne Organisms. New York. Halsted Press, John Wiley and Sons, 250 pages.

Chapter 2 StayingChapter 2. Staying airborne. Pages 57-66. In: David E. Pedgley. 1982. Windborne Pests and Diseases: Meteorology of Airborne Organisms. New York. Halsted Press, John Wiley and Sons, 250 pages.

Chapter 3 downwindChapter 3. Downwind drift. Pages 67-92. In: David E. Pedgley. 1982. Windborne Pests and Diseases: Meteorology of Airborne Organisms. New York. Halsted Press, John Wiley and Sons, 250 pages.

Chapter 4 Boundary layerChapter 4. Insect flight within the boundary layer. Pages 93-114. In: David E. Pedgley. 1982. Windborne Pests and Diseases: Meteorology of Airborne Organisms. New York. Halsted Press, John Wiley and Sons, 250 pages.

Chapter 5 above boundaryChapter 5. Insect flight above the boundary layer. Pages 115-168. In: David E. Pedgley. 1982. Windborne Pests and Diseases: Meteorology of Airborne Organisms. New York. Halsted Press, John Wiley and Sons, 250 pages.

Chapter 6 swarmsChapter 6. Swarms. Pages 169-183. In: David E. Pedgley. 1982. Windborne Pests and Diseases: Meteorology of Airborne Organisms. New York. Halsted Press, John Wiley and Sons, 250 pages.

Chapter 7 DispersionChapter 7. Dispersion and concentration. Pages 184-202. In: David E. Pedgley. 1982. Windborne Pests and Diseases: Meteorology of Airborne Organisms. New York. Halsted Press, John Wiley and Sons, 250 pages.

Chapter 8 forecastingChapter 8. Forecasting. Pages 203-209. In: David E. Pedgley. 1982. Windborne Pests and Diseases: Meteorology of Airborne Organisms. New York. Halsted Press, John Wiley and Sons, 250 pages.

Other useful books for agricultural research

  1. DeDatta1981SK DeDatta. 1981. Principles and Practices of Rice Production. John Wiley Interscience,  618 pages.  (This is a key agronomy book)
  2. Yoshida 1981Shouichi Yoshida. 1981. Fundamentals of Rice Crop Science. IRRI publication,269 pages. (This is a key book on plant physiology)
  3. Gomez Statistical ProceduresKwanchi  Gomez & Arthuro Gomez. 1984. Statistical   Procedures for Agricultural  Research.  Second edition. John Wiley Interscience, 690 pages. (This is a good book on field plot agricultural statistics).

International Rice Research Institute (IRRI). 1965. The Mineral Nutrition of the Rice Plant. Proceedings of a Symposium at IRRI, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines, February 23-28, 1964, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 494 pages. (book by chapters)

Title pages mineralTitle pages

Index mineral nutritionIndex. Pages 483-494.

Chapter 1 MoomawChapter 1. James C. Moomaw, Benito S. Vergara. 1965. The environment of tropical rice production. Pages 3-13. In: The Mineral Nutrition of the Rice Plant. Proceedings of a Symposium at IRRI, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines, February 23-28, 1964, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 494 pages.

Chapter 2 GrantChapter 2. Charles J. Grant. 1965. Soil characteristics associated with the wet cultivation of rice. Pages 15-28. In: The Mineral Nutrition of the Rice Plant. Proceedings of a Symposium at IRRI, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines, February 23-28, 1964, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 494 pages.

Chapter 3 BeachellChapter 3. Henry M. Beachell, Peter R. Jennings. 1965. Need for modification of plant type. Pages 29-35. In: The Mineral Nutrition of the Rice Plant. Proceedings of a Symposium at IRRI, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines, February 23-28, 1964, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 494 pages.

Chapter 4 TanakaChapter 4. Akira Tanaka. 1965. Examples of plant performance. Pages 37-49. In: The Mineral Nutrition of the Rice Plant. Proceedings of a Symposium at IRRI, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines, February 23-28, 1964, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 494 pages.

Chapter 5 MitsuiChapter 5. Shingo Mitsui. 1965. Dynamic aspects of nutrient uptake. Pages 53-62. In: The Mineral Nutrition of the Rice Plant. Proceedings of a Symposium at IRRI, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines, February 23-28, 1964, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 494 pages.

Chapter 6 OkajimaChapter 6. Hideo Okajima. 1965. Environmental factors and nutrient uptake. Pages 63-73. In: The Mineral Nutrition of the Rice Plant. Proceedings of a Symposium at IRRI, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines, February 23-28, 1964, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 494 pages.

Chapter 7 KasaiChapter 7. Zenzaburo Kasai, Kozi Asada. 1965. Translocation of mineral nutrients and other substances within the rice plant. Pages 75-92. In: The Mineral Nutrition of the Rice Plant. Proceedings of a Symposium at IRRI, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines, February 23-28, 1964, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 494 pages.

Chapter 8 FujiwaraChapter 8. Akio Fujiwara. 1965. The specific roles of nitrogen, phosphorous, and potassium in the metabolism of the rice plant. Pages 93-105. In: The Mineral Nutrition of the Rice Plant. Proceedings of a Symposium at IRRI, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines, February 23-28, 1964, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 494 pages.

Chapter 9 YamasakiChapter 9. T. Yamasaki. 1965. The role of microelements. Pages 107-122. In: The Mineral Nutrition of the Rice Plant. Proceedings of a Symposium at IRRI, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines, February 23-28, 1964, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 494 pages.

Chapter 10 OkudaChapter 10. Azuma Okuda, Eiichi Takahashi. 1965. The role of silicon. Pages 123-146. In: The Mineral Nutrition of the Rice Plant. Proceedings of a Symposium at IRRI, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines, February 23-28, 1964, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 494 pages.

Chapter 11 MurayamaChapter 11. Noboru Murayama. 1965. The influence of mineral nutrition on the characteristics of plant organs. Pages 147-172. In: The Mineral Nutrition of the Rice Plant. Proceedings of a Symposium at IRRI, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines, February 23-28, 1964, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 494 pages.

Chapter 12 BabaChapter 12. Isamu Baba, Katsumi Inada, Koichi Tajima. 1965. Mineral nutrition and the occurrence of physiological diseases. Pages 173-195. In: The Mineral Nutrition of the Rice Plant. Proceedings of a Symposium at IRRI, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines, February 23-28, 1964, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 494 pages.

Chapter 13 IshizukaChapter 13. Yoshiaki Ishizuka. 1965. Nutrient uptake at different stages of growth. Pages 199-217. In: The Mineral Nutrition of the Rice Plant. Proceedings of a Symposium at IRRI, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines, February 23-28, 1964, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 494 pages.

Chapter 14 MatsushimaChapter 14. S. Matsushima. 1965. Nitrogen requirements at different stages of growth. Pages 219-242. In: The Mineral Nutrition of the Rice Plant. Proceedings of a Symposium at IRRI, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines, February 23-28, 1964, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 494 pages.

Chapter 15 EvattChapter 15. Nathan S. Evatt. 1965. The timing of nitrogenous fertilizer applications on rice. Pages 243-253. In: The Mineral Nutrition of the Rice Plant. Proceedings of a Symposium at IRRI, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines, February 23-28, 1964, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 494 pages.

Chapter 16 DavideChapter 16. Jorge G. Davide. 1965. The time and methods of phosphate fertilizer applications. Pages 255-267. In: The Mineral Nutrition of the Rice Plant. Proceedings of a Symposium at IRRI, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines, February 23-28, 1964, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 494 pages.

Chapter 17 TakahashiChapter 17. Jisuke Takahashi. 1965. Natural supply of nutrients in relation to plant requirements. Pages 271-293. In: The Mineral Nutrition of the Rice Plant. Proceedings of a Symposium at IRRI, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines, February 23-28, 1964, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 494 pages.

Chapter 18 PonnamperumaChapter 18. Felix N. Ponnamperuma. 1965. Dynamic aspects of flooded soils and the nutrition of the rice plant. Pages 295-328. In: The Mineral Nutrition of the Rice Plant. Proceedings of a Symposium at IRRI, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines, February 23-28, 1964, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 494 pages.

Chapter 19 MukerjeeChapter 19. H. N. Mukerjee. 1965. Fertilizer tests in cultivators’ fields. Pages 329-354. In: The Mineral Nutrition of the Rice Plant. Proceedings of a Symposium at IRRI, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines, February 23-28, 1964, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 494 pages.

Chapter 20 AngladetteChapter 20. A. Angladette. 1965. Nutritional status as indicated by plant analysis. Pages 355-372. In: The Mineral Nutrition of the Rice Plant. Proceedings of a Symposium at IRRI, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines, February 23-28, 1964, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 494 pages.

Chapter 21 ChangChapter 21. S. C. Chang. 1965. Phosphorous and potassium tests in rice soils. Pages 373-381. In: The Mineral Nutrition of the Rice Plant. Proceedings of a Symposium at IRRI, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines, February 23-28, 1964, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 494 pages.

Chapter 22 MurataChapter 22. Yoshio Murata. 1965. Photosynthesis, respiration, and nitrogen response. Pages 385-400. In: The Mineral Nutrition of the Rice Plant. Proceedings of a Symposium at IRRI, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines, February 23-28, 1964, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 494 pages.

Chapter 23 TsunodaChapter 23. Shigesaburo Tsunoda. 1965. Leaf characteristics and nitrogen response. Pages 401-418. In: The Mineral Nutrition of the Rice Plant. Proceedings of a Symposium at IRRI, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines, February 23-28, 1964, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 494 pages.

Chapter 24 TanakaChapter 24. Akira Tanaka. 1965. Plant characteristics related to nitrogen response in rice. Pages 419-435. In: The Mineral Nutrition of the Rice Plant. Proceedings of a Symposium at IRRI, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines, February 23-28, 1964, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 494 pages.

Chapter 25 MatsuoChapter 25. Takane Matsuo. 1965. Varietal responses to nitrogen and spacing. Pages 437-448. In: The Mineral Nutrition of the Rice Plant. Proceedings of a Symposium at IRRI, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines, February 23-28, 1964, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 494 pages.

Chapter 26 JenningsChapter 26. Peter Jennings, Henry M. Beachell. 1965. Breeding rice for nitrogen responsiveness. Pages 449-457. In: The Mineral Nutrition of the Rice Plant. Proceedings of a Symposium at IRRI, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines, February 23-28, 1964, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 494 pages.

Chapter 27 PonnamperumaChapter 27. Felix N. Ponnamperuma. 1965. Review of the symposium on the mineral nutrition of the rice plant. Pages 461-482. In: The Mineral Nutrition of the Rice Plant. Proceedings of a Symposium at IRRI, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines, February 23-28, 1964, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 494 pages.

  1. Nyle C Brady and Ray R Weil. 2008. The Nature and Properties of Soils. Pearson Education Inc., Upper Saddle River, New Jersey 07458 USA, 14th edition,  951 pages. (book by chapter)

Chapter 1Chapter 1. The soils around us.

Chapter 2Chapter 2. Formation of soils from parent materials.

Chapter 3Chapter 3. Soil classification.

Chapter 4Chapter 4. Soil architecture and physical properties.

Chapter 5Chapter 5. Soil water: characteristics and behavior.

Chapter 6Chapter 6. Soil and the hydrological cycle.

Chapter 7Chapter 7. Soil aeration and temperature.

Chapter 8Chapter 8. The colloidal fraction: seat of soil chemical and physical activity.

Chapter 9Chapter 9. Soil acidity.

Chapter 10Chapter 10. Soils of dry regions: alkalinity, salinity, and sodicity.

Chapter 11Chapter 11. Organisms and ecology of the soil.

Chapter 12Chapter 12. Soil organic matter.

Chapter 13Chapter 13. Nitrogen and sulfur economy of soils.

Chapter 14Chapter 14. Soil phosphorous and potassium.

Chapter 15Chapter 15. Calcium, magnesium, and trace elements.

Chapter 16Chapter 16. Practical nutrient management.

Chapter 17Chapter 17. Soil erosion and its control.

Chapter 18Chapter 18. Soils and chemical pollution.

Chapter 19Chapter 19. Geographic soils information.

Chapter 20Chapter 20. Prospects for global soil quality as affected by human activities.

Chapter 0Title page, table of contents, preface, index, glossary.

AppendicesAppendices.

Color platesColor plates.

Nadine Carozzi, Michael Koziel (editors). 1997. Advances in Insect Control: the Role of Transgenic Plants. London, UK, Taylor & Francis Ltd., 301 pages. (book by chapters)

Title pages transgenicTitle pages

Chapter 1 DuckChapter 1. Nicholas Duck, Stephen Evola. 1997. Use of transgenes to increase host plant resistance to insects: opportunities and challenges. Pages 1-20. In: Nadine Carozzi, Michael Koziel (editors). 1997. Advances in Insect Control: the Role of Transgenic Plants. London, UK, Taylor & Francis Ltd., 301 pages.

Chapter 2 PeferoenChapter 2. Marnix Peferoen. 1997. Insect control with transgenic plants expressing Bacillus thuringiensis crystal proteins. Pages 21-48. In: Nadine Carozzi, Michael Koziel (editors). 1997. Advances in Insect Control: the Role of Transgenic Plants. London, UK, Taylor & Francis Ltd., 301 pages.

Chapter 3 FeldmanChapter 3. Jennifer Feldman, Terry Stone. 1997. The development of a comprehensive resistance management plan for potatoes expressing the Cry3A endotoxin. Pages 49-61. In: Nadine Carozzi, Michael Koziel (editors). 1997. Advances in Insect Control: the Role of Transgenic Plants. London, UK, Taylor & Francis Ltd., 301 pages.

Chapter 4 CarozziChapter 4. Nadine B. Carozzi, Michael Koziel. 1997. Transgenic maize expressing a Bacillus thuringiensis insecticidal protein for control of European corn borer. Pages 63-74. In: Nadine Carozzi, Michael Koziel (editors). 1997. Advances in Insect Control: the Role of Transgenic Plants. London, UK, Taylor & Francis Ltd., 301 pages.

Chapter 5 BennettChapter 5. John Bennett, Michael B. Cohen, Sanjay K. Kativar, Behzad Ghareyazie, Gurdev S. Khush. 1997. Enhancing insect resistance in rice through biotechnology. Pages 75-93. In: Nadine Carozzi, Michael Koziel (editors). 1997. Advances in Insect Control: the Role of Transgenic Plants. London, UK, Taylor & Francis Ltd., 301 pages.

Chapter 6 PurcellChapter 6. John P. Purcell. 1997. Cholesterol oxidase for the control of boll weevil. Pages 95-108. In: Nadine Carozzi, Michael Koziel (editors). 1997. Advances in Insect Control: the Role of Transgenic Plants. London, UK, Taylor & Francis Ltd., 301 pages.

Chapter 7 WarrenChapter 7. Gregory W. Warren. 1997. Vegetative insecticidal proteins: novel proteins for control of corn pests. Pages 109-121. In: Nadine Carozzi, Michael Koziel (editors). 1997. Advances in Insect Control: the Role of Transgenic Plants. London, UK, Taylor & Francis Ltd., 301 pages.

Chapter 8 CzaplaChapter 8. Thomas H. Czapla. 1997. Plant lectins as insect control proteins in transgenic plants. Pages 123-138. In: Nadine Carozzi, Michael Koziel (editors). 1997. Advances in Insect Control: the Role of Transgenic Plants. London, UK, Taylor & Francis Ltd., 301 pages.

Chapter 9 ChrispeelsChapter 9. Maarten J. Chrispeels. 1997. Transfer of bruchid resistance from the common bean to other starchy grain legumes by genetic engineering with the α-amylase inhibitor gene. Pages 139-156. In: Nadine Carozzi, Michael Koziel (editors). 1997. Advances in Insect Control: the Role of Transgenic Plants. London, UK, Taylor & Francis Ltd., 301 pages.

Chapter 10 ReeckChapter 10. Gerald R. Reeck, Karl J. Kramer, James E. Baker, Michael R. Kanost, Jeffrey A. Fabrick, Craig A. Behnke. 1997. Proteinase inhibitorsw and resistance of transgenic plants to insects. Pages 157-183. In: Nadine Carozzi, Michael Koziel (editors). 1997. Advances in Insect Control: the Role of Transgenic Plants. London, UK, Taylor & Francis Ltd., 301 pages.

Chapter 11 KramerChapter 11. Karl J. Kramer, Subbaratnam Muthukrishnan, Lowell Johnson, Frank White. 1997. Chitinases for insect control. Pages 185-193. In: Nadine Carozzi, Michael Koziel (editors). 1997. Advances in Insect Control: the Role of Transgenic Plants. London, UK, Taylor & Francis Ltd., 301 pages.

Chapter 12 DowdChapter 12. Patrick F. Dowd, L.  Mark Lagrimini. 1997. The role of peroxidase in host plant defenses. Pages 195-223. In: Nadine Carozzi, Michael Koziel (editors). 1997. Advances in Insect Control: the Role of Transgenic Plants. London, UK, Taylor & Francis Ltd., 301 pages.

Chapter 13 SmigockiChapter 13. Ann Smigocki, Sunggi Heu, Iris McCanna, Chris Wozniak, George Buta. 1997. Insecticidal compounds induced by regulated overproduction of cytokinins in transgenic plants. Pages 225-236. In: Nadine Carozzi, Michael Koziel (editors). 1997. Advances in Insect Control: the Role of Transgenic Plants. London, UK, Taylor & Francis Ltd., 301 pages.

Chapter 14 ChiltonChapter 14. Scott Chilton. 1997. Genetic engineering of plant secondary metabolism for insect protection. Pages 237-269. In: Nadine Carozzi, Michael Koziel (editors). 1997. Advances in Insect Control: the Role of Transgenic Plants. London, UK, Taylor & Francis Ltd., 301 pages.

Chapter 15 RoushChapter 15. Rick Roush. 1997. Managing resistance to transgenic crops. Pages 271-294. In: Nadine Carozzi, Michael Koziel (editors). 1997. Advances in Insect Control: the Role of Transgenic Plants. London, UK, Taylor & Francis Ltd., 301 pages.

Subject Index transgenicSubject Index. Pages 295-301

J. B. Harborne (editor). 1978. Biochemical Aspects of Plant and Animal Coevolution. London, Academic Press, 435 pages. (book by chapters)

Title pages, table of contents BiochemTitle pages, table of contents, list of contributors

Chapter 1 SwainChapter 1. T. Swain. 1978. Plant—animal coevolution: a synoptic view of the Paleozoic and Mesozoic. Pages 3-19. In: J. B. Harborne (editor). Biochemical Aspects of Plant and Animal Coevolution. London, Academic Press, 435 pages.

Chapter 2 JonesChapter 2. David A. Jones, R. J. Keymer, W.M. Ellis. 1978.  Cyanogenesis in plants and animal feeding. Pages 21-34. In: J. B. Harborne (editor). Biochemical Aspects of Plant and Animal Coevolution. London, Academic Press, 435 pages.

Chapter 3 MillburnChapter 3. Peter Millburn. 1978. Biotransformation of xenobiotics by animals. Pages 35-73. In: J. B. Harborne (editor). Biochemical Aspects of Plant and Animal Coevolution. London, Academic Press, 435 pages.

Chapter 4 McNeillChapter 4. S. McNeill, T. R. E. Southwood. 1978. The role of nitrogen in the development of insect/plant relationships. Pages 77-98. In: J. B. Harborne (editor). Biochemical Aspects of Plant and Animal Coevolution. London, Academic Press, 435 pages.

Chapter 5 BernaysChapter 5. E. A. Bernays, R. F. Chapman. 1978. Plant chemistry and acridoid feeding behavior. Pages 99-141 In: J. B. Harborne (editor). Biochemical Aspects of Plant and Animal Coevolution. London, Academic Press, 435 pages.

Chapter 6 BellChapter 6. E. A. Bell. 1978. Toxins in seeds. Pages 143-161. In: J. B. Harborne (editor). Biochemical Aspects of Plant and Animal Coevolution. London, Academic Press, 435 pages.

Chapter 7 JanzenChapter 7. Daniel H. Janzen. 1978. The ecology and evolutionary biology of seed chemistry as relates to seed predation. Pages 163-206. In: J. B. Harborne (editor). Biochemical Aspects of Plant and Animal Coevolution. London, Academic Press, 435 pages.

Chapter 8 BergstromChapter 8. Gunnar Bergström. 1978. Role of volatile chemicals in Aphrys—pollinator interactions. Pages 207-231. In: J. B. Harborne (editor). Biochemical Aspects of Plant and Animal Coevolution. London, Academic Press, 435 pages.

Chapter 9 BurnettChapter 9. William C. Burnett, Jr., Samuel B. Jones, Jr. 1978. The role of sesquiterpene lactones in plant—animal coevolution. Pages 233-257. In: J. B. Harborne (editor). Biochemical Aspects of Plant and Animal Coevolution. London, Academic Press, 435 pages.

Chapter 10 RothschildChapter 10. Miriam Rothschild. 1978. Carotenoids in the evolution of signals: experiments with insects (1974-1976). Pages 259-276. In: J. B. Harborne (editor). Biochemical Aspects of Plant and Animal Coevolution. London, Academic Press, 435 pages. In: J. B. Harborne (editor). Biochemical Aspects of Plant and Animal Coevolution. London, Academic Press, 435 pages.

Chapter 11 FeltwellChapter 11. J. Feltwell. 1978. The distribution of carotenoids in insects. Pages 277-307. In: J. B. Harborne (editor). Biochemical Aspects of Plant and Animal Coevolution. London, Academic Press, 435 pages.

Chapter 12 van EmdenChapter 12. H. F. van Emden. 1978. Insects and secondary plant substances—an alternative viewpoint with special reference to aphids. Pages 309-323. In: J. B. Harborne (editor). Biochemical Aspects of Plant and Animal Coevolution. London, Academic Press, 435 pages.

Chapter 13 NewmanChapter 13. E. I. Newman. 1978. Allelopathy: adaptation or accident? Pages 327-342. In: J. B. Harborne (editor). Biochemical Aspects of Plant and Animal Coevolution. London, Academic Press, 435 pages.

Chapter 14 HarborneChapter 14. Jeffrey B. Harborne, John L. Ingham. 1978. Biochemical aspects of the coevolution of higher plants with their fungal parasites. Pages 343-405. In: J. B. Harborne (editor). Biochemical Aspects of Plant and Animal Coevolution. London, Academic Press, 435 pages.

Author Index BiochemAuthor Index. Pages 407-424.

Index of Animal and Plant SpeciesIndex of Animal and Plant Species. Pages 425-430.

Subject Index BiochemSubject Index. Pages 433-435.

Derek J. Chadwick, Joan Marsh (editors). 1993. Crop Protection and Sustainable Agriculture. Ciba Foundation Symposium 177. Chichester, UK. John Wiley Interscience Publication, 285 pages. (book by chapters)

Title pagesTitle pages

IntroductionIntroduction, Jan C. Zadoks

Chapter 1 RabbingeChapter 1. R. Rabbinge. 1993. The ecological background of food production. Pages 2-29. In: Derek J. Chadwick, Joan Marsh (editors). 1993. Crop Protection and Sustainable Agriculture. Ciba Foundation Symposium 177. Chichester, UK. John Wiley Interscience Publication, 285 pages.

Chapter 2 JonesChapter 2. M. J. Jones. 1993. Sustainable agriculture: an explanation of a concept. Pages 30-47. In: Derek J. Chadwick, Joan Marsh (editors). 1993. Crop Protection and Sustainable Agriculture. Ciba Foundation Symposium 177. Chichester, UK. John Wiley Interscience Publication, 285 pages.

Chapter 3 ZadoksChapter 3. J. C. Zadoks. 1993. Crop protection: why and how. Pages 48-60. In: Derek J. Chadwick, Joan Marsh (editors). 1993. Crop Protection and Sustainable Agriculture. Ciba Foundation Symposium 177. Chichester, UK. John Wiley Interscience Publication, 285 pages.

Chapter 4 UptonChapter 4. Martin Upton. 1993. The economics of food production. Pages 61-75. In: Derek J. Chadwick, Joan Marsh (editors). 1993. Crop Protection and Sustainable Agriculture. Ciba Foundation Symposium 177. Chichester, UK. John Wiley Interscience Publication, 285 pages.

Chapter 5 WaibelChapter 5. Hermann Waibel. 1993. Government intervention in crop protection in developing countries. Pages 76-93. In: Derek J. Chadwick, Joan Marsh (editors). 1993. Crop Protection and Sustainable Agriculture. Ciba Foundation Symposium 177. Chichester, UK. John Wiley Interscience Publication, 285 pages.

General Discussion IGeneral Discussion I. Pages 94-99.

Chapter 6 NortonChapter 6. Geoff Norton. 1993. Agricultural development paths and pest management: a pragmatic view of sustainability. Pages 100-115. In: Derek J. Chadwick, Joan Marsh (editors). 1993. Crop Protection and Sustainable Agriculture. Ciba Foundation Symposium 177. Chichester, UK. John Wiley Interscience Publication, 285 pages.

Chapter 7 TengChapter 7. Paul S. Teng, Serge Savary, Imelda Revilla. 1993. Systems of plant protection. Pages 116-139. In: Derek J. Chadwick, Joan Marsh (editors). 1993. Crop Protection and Sustainable Agriculture. Ciba Foundation Symposium 177. Chichester, UK. John Wiley Interscience Publication, 285 pages.

Chapter 8 VarmaChapter 8. Anupam Varma. 1993. Integrated management of plant viral diseases. Pages 140-157. In: Derek J. Chadwick, Joan Marsh (editors). 1993. Crop Protection and Sustainable Agriculture. Ciba Foundation Symposium 177. Chichester, UK. John Wiley Interscience Publication, 285 pages.

Chapter 9 PalChapter 9. Manindra Pal. 1993. Agriculture in Gloria Land. Pages 158-167. In: Derek J. Chadwick, Joan Marsh (editors). 1993. Crop Protection and Sustainable Agriculture. Ciba Foundation Symposium 177. Chichester, UK. John Wiley Interscience Publication, 285 pages.

Chapter 10 JayarajChapter 10. S. Jayaraj, R. J. Rabindra. 1993. The local view of the role of plant protection in sustainable agriculture in India. Pages 168-184. In: Derek J. Chadwick, Joan Marsh (editors). 1993. Crop Protection and Sustainable Agriculture. Ciba Foundation Symposium 177. Chichester, UK. John Wiley Interscience Publication, 285 pages.

General Discussion IIGeneral Discussion II. Pages 185-190.

Chapter 11 EscaladaChapter 11. M. M. Escalada, K. L. Heong. 1993. Communication and implementation of change in crop protection. Pages 191-207. In: Derek J. Chadwick, Joan Marsh (editors). 1993. Crop Protection and Sustainable Agriculture. Ciba Foundation Symposium 177. Chichester, UK. John Wiley Interscience Publication, 285 pages.

Chapter 12 NagarajanChapter 12. S. Nagarajan. 1993. Plant diseases in India and their control. Pages 208-227. In: Derek J. Chadwick, Joan Marsh (editors). 1993. Crop Protection and Sustainable Agriculture. Ciba Foundation Symposium 177. Chichester, UK. John Wiley Interscience Publication, 285 pages.

Chapter 13 ZengChapter 13. Shimai Zeng. 1993. Sustainable agriculture and integrated pest management in China. Pages 228-232. In: Derek J. Chadwick, Joan Marsh (editors). 1993. Crop Protection and Sustainable Agriculture. Ciba Foundation Symposium 177. Chichester, UK. John Wiley Interscience Publication, 285 pages.

Chapter 14 WightmanChapter 14. John A. Wightman. 1993. Towards the rational management of the insect pests of tropical legume crops in Asia: review and remedy. In: Derek J. Chadwick, Joan Marsh (editors). 1993. Crop Protection and Sustainable Agriculture. Ciba Foundation Symposium 177. Chichester, UK. John Wiley Interscience Publication, 285 pages.

Chapter 15 SwaminathanChapter 15. M. S. Swaminathan. 1993. Perspectives for crop protection in sustainable agriculture. Pages 257-272. In: Derek J. Chadwick, Joan Marsh (editors). 1993. Crop Protection and Sustainable Agriculture. Ciba Foundation Symposium 177. Chichester, UK. John Wiley Interscience Publication, 285 pages.

SummarySummary, Jan C. Zadoks

Index of ContributorsIndex of Contributors

Subject IndexSubject Index

Marcos Kogan (editor). 1986. Ecological Theory and Integrated Pest Management Practice. John Wiley Interscience, New York, 362 pages.

Title pages Kogan IPMTitle pages.

Subject Index Kogan IPMSubject Index. Pages 345-362.

Chapter 1 LevinsChapter 1. Richard Levins. 1986. Perspectives in integrated pest management from an industrial to an ecological model of pest management. Pages 1-18. In: Marcos Kogan (editor). Ecological Theory and Integrated Pest Management Practice. John Wiley Interscience, New York, 362 pages.

Chapter 2 SimberloffChapter 2. Daniel Simberloff. 1986. Island biogeographic theory and integrated pest management. Pages 19-35. In: Marcos Kogan (editor). Ecological Theory and Integrated Pest Management Practice. John Wiley Interscience, New York, 362 pages.

Chapter 3 StrongChapter 3. Donald R. Strong. 1986. Population theory and understanding pest outbreaks. Pages 37-58. In: Marcos Kogan (editor). Ecological Theory and Integrated Pest Management Practice. John Wiley Interscience, New York, 362 pages.

Chapter 4 KareivaChapter 4. Peter Kareiva. 1986. Trivial movement and foraging by crop colonizers. Pages 59-82. In: Marcos Kogan (editor). Ecological Theory and Integrated Pest Management Practice. John Wiley Interscience, New York, 362 pages.

Chapter 5 KoganChapter 5. Marcos Kogan. 1986. Plant defense strategies and host-plant resistance. Pages 83-134. In: Marcos Kogan (editor). Ecological Theory and Integrated Pest Management Practice. John Wiley Interscience, New York, 362 pages.

Chapter 6 DuffeyChapter 6. Sean S. Duffey, Ken A. Bloem. 1986. Plant defense-herbivore-parasite interactions and biological control. Pages 135-183. In: Marcos Kogan (editor). Ecological Theory and Integrated Pest Management Practice. John Wiley Interscience, New York, 362 pages.

Chapter 7 MayChapter 7. Robert M. May. 1986. Ecology of insect-pathogen interactions and some possible applications. Pages 185-201. In: Marcos Kogan (editor). Ecological Theory and Integrated Pest Management Practice. John Wiley Interscience, New York, 362 pages.

Chapter 8 KennedyChapter 8. George G. Kennedy. 1986. Plant-plant-pathogen-insect interactions. Pages 203-216. In: Marcos Kogan (editor). Ecological Theory and Integrated Pest Management Practice. John Wiley Interscience, New York, 362 pages.

Chapter 9 HerzogChapter 9. Donald C. Herzog, Joseph E. Funderburk. 1986. Ecological bases for habitat management and pest cultural control. Pages 217-250. In: Marcos Kogan (editor). Ecological Theory and Integrated Pest Management Practice. John Wiley Interscience, New York, 362 pages.

Chapter 10 MetcalfChapter 10. Robert L. Metcalf. 1986. The ecology of insecticides and the chemical control of insects. Pages 251-297. In: Marcos Kogan (editor). Ecological Theory and Integrated Pest Management Practice. John Wiley Interscience, New York, 362 pages.

Chapter 11 PimentelChapter 11. David Pimentel. 1986. Agroecology and economics. Pages 299-319. In: Marcos Kogan (editor). Ecological Theory and Integrated Pest Management Practice. John Wiley Interscience, New York, 362 pages.

Chapter 12 RisserChapter 12. Paul G. Risser. 1986. Agroecosystems—structure, analysis, and modeling. Pages 321-343. In: Marcos Kogan (editor). Ecological Theory and Integrated Pest Management Practice. John Wiley Interscience, New York, 362 pages.

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Chapter 1 PimentelChapter 1. David Pimentel. 1981. Introduction. Pages 3-11. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 1, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 597 pages.

Chapter 2 SchwartzChapter 2. P. H. Schwartz, W. Klassen. 1981. Estimate of losses caused by insects and mites to agricultural crops. Pages 15-77. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 1, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 597 pages.

Chapter 3 JamesChapter 3. W. Clive James. 1981. Estimated losses of crops from plant pathogens. Pages 79-94. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 1, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 597 pages.

Chapter 4 ChandlerChapter 4. J. M. Chandler. 1981. Estimated losses of crops to weeds. Pages 95-109. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 1, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 597 pages.

Chapter 5 DrummondChapter 5. R. O. Drummond, G. Lambert, H. E. Smalley, Jr., C. E. Terrill. 1981. Estimated losses of livestock to pests. Pages 111-127. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 1, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 597 pages.

Chapter 6 MorganChapter 6. Neal O. Morgan. 1981. Potential impact of alien arthropod pests and vectors of animal diseases in the US livestock industry. Pages 129-135. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 1, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 597 pages.

Chapter 7 PalmChapter 7. Einar W. Palm. 1981. Estimated crop losses without the use of fungicides and nematicides and without nonchemical controls. Pages 139-158. . In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 1, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 597 pages.

Chapter 8 AbernathyChapter 8. John R. Abernathy. 1981. Estimated crop losses due to weeds with nonchemical management. Pages 159-167. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 1, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 597 pages.

Chapter 9 SmalleyChapter 9. Harry E. Smalley. 1981. Estimated losses without pesticides and substituting only readily available nonchemical controls for livestock pests. Pages 169-171. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 1, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 597 pages.

Chapter 10 TingeyChapter 10. Ward M. Tingey. 1981. The environmental control of insects using plant resistance. Pages 175-197. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 1, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 597 pages.

Chapter 11 SternChapter 11. Vernon Stern. 1981. Environmental control of insects using trap crops, sanitation, prevention, and harvesting. Pages 199-207. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 1, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 597 pages.

Chapter 12 TeetesChapter 12. George L. Teetes. 1981. The environmental control of insects using planting time and plant spacing. Pages 209-221. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 1, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 597 pages.

Chapter 13 CromartieChapter 13. William J. Cromartie, Jr. 1981. The environmental control of insects using crop diversity. Pages 223-251. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 1, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 597 pages.

Chapter 14 RohwerChapter 14. G. Gregor Rohwer. 1981. Regulatory plant pest management. Pages 253-267. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 1, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 597 pages.

Chapter 15 WaterworthChapter 15. Howard E. Waterworth. 1981. Control of plant disease by exclusion: quarantines and disease-free stocks. Pages 269-296. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 1, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 597 pages.

Chapter 16 KommedahlChapter 16. Thor Kommedahl. 1981. The environmental control of plant pathogens using eradication. Pages 297-315. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 1, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 597 pages.

Chapter 17 MinkChapter 17. Gaylord I. Mink. 1981. Control of plant diseases using disease-free stocks. Pages 317-346. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 1, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 597 pages.

Chapter 18 LeachChapter 18. Simeon Leach. 1981. Environmental control of plant pathogens using avoidance. Pages 347-355. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 1, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 597 pages.

Chapter 19 HuberChapter 19. Don M. Huber. 1981. The use of fertilizers and organic amendments in the control of plant disease. Pages 357-394. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 1, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 597 pages.

Chapter 20 ShanerChapter 20. Gregory Shaner. 1981. Genetic resistance for control of plant disease. Pages 395-444. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 1, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 597 pages.

Chapter 21 BoosnalisChapter 21. M. G. Boosalis, B. Doupnik, G. N. Odvody. 1981. Conservation tillage in relation to plant diseases. Pages 445-474. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 1, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 597 pages.

Chapter 22 LumsdenChapter 22. R. D. Lumsden. 1981. Hyperparasitism for control of plant pathogens. Pages 475-484. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 1, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 597 pages.

Chapter 23 SlifeChapter 23. F. W. Slife. 1981. Environmental control of weeds. Pages 485-491. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 1, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 597 pages.

Chapter 24 DavisChapter 24. David E. Davis. 1981. Environmental control of rodents. Pages 493-498. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 1, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 597 pages.

Chapter 25 ArnoldChapter 25. Keith A. Arnold. 1981. Environmental control of birds. Pages 499-505. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 1, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 597 pages.

Chapter 26 SteelmanChapter 26. C. Dayton Steelman. 1981. Environmental control of arthropod pests of livestock. Pages 509-526. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 1, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 597 pages.

Chapter 27 RussellChapter 27. Leon H. Russell, Jr., Pete D. Teel, D. E. Bay. 1981. Environmental control of livestock disease. Pages 527-536. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 1, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 597 pages.

Chapter 28 WagnerChapter 28. F. H. Wagner. 1981. Environmental control of predators. Pages 537-545. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 1, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 597 pages.

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Chapter 1 EichersChapter 1. Theodore R. Eichers. 1981. Use of pesticides by farmers. Pages 3-25. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 2, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 501 pages.

Chapter 2 PimentelChapter 2. David Pimentel, John Krummel, David Gallahan, Judy Hough, Alfred Merrill, Ilse Schreiner, Pat Vittum, Fred Koziol, Efraim Back, Doreen Yen, Sandy Fiance. 1981. A cost-benefit analysis of pesticide use in U.S. food production. Pages 27-54. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 2, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 501 pages.

Chapter 3 SailerChapter 3. Reece I. Sailer. 1981. Extent of biological and cultural control of insect pests of crops. Pages 57-67. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 2, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 501 pages.

Chapter 4 RobertsChapter 4. Daniel Altman Roberts. 1981. Using regulatory programs, biological methods, cultural practices, and resistant varieties to control diseases of plants. Pages 69-78. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 2, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 501 pages.

Chapter 5 ZimdahlChapter 5. Robert L. Zimdahl. 1981. Extent of mechanical, cultural, and other nonchemical methods of weed control. Pages 79-83. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 2, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 501 pages.

Chapter 6 GebhardtChapter 6. Maurice R. Gebhardt. 1981. Methods of pesticide application. Pages 87-102. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 2, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 501 pages.

Chapter 7 WhitcombChapter 7. W. H. Whitcomb. 1981. The use of predators in insect control. Pages 105-123. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 2, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 501 pages.

Chapter 8 LuckChapter 8. Robert F. Luck. 1981. Parasitic insects introduced as biological control agents for arthropod pests. Pages 125-284. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 2, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 501 pages.

Chapter 9 SplittstoesserChapter 9. Clara M. Splittstoesser. 1981. The use of pathogens in insect control. Pages 285-298. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 2, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 501 pages.

Chapter 10 LorimerChapter 10. Nancy Lorimer. 1981. Genetic means for controlling agricultural pests. Pages 299-305. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 2, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 501 pages.

Chapter 11 ShoreyChapter 11. H. H. Shorey. 1981. The use of chemical attractants in insect control. Pages 307-314. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 2, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 501 pages.

Chapter 12 BakerChapter 12. Ralph Baker. 1981. Biological control: eradication of plant pathogens by adding organic amendments to soil. Pages 317-327. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 2, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 501 pages.

Chapter 13 VidaverChapter 13. Anne E. Vidaver. 1981. Bacteriocin-producing bacteria for biological control of bacterial plant pathogens. Pages 329-334. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 2, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 501 pages.

Chapter 14 AndersChapter 14. Lloyd A. Andres. 1981. Insects in the biological control of weeds.  Pages 337-344. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 2, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 501 pages.

Chapter 15 TempletonChapter 15. G. E. Templeton, E. E. Trujillo. 1981. The use of plant pathogens in the biological control of weeds. Pages 345-350. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 2, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 501 pages.

Chapter 16 MinottiChapter 16. P. L. Minotti, R. D. Sweet. 1981. Role of crop competition in limiting losses from weeds. Pages 351-367. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 2, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 501 pages.

Chapter 17 ScifresChapter 17. C. J. Scifres. 1981. Selective grazing as a weed control method. Pages 369-376. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 2, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 501 pages.

Chapter 18 DanielsonChapter 18. L. L. Danielson. 1981. Evaluation of the importance of nonchemical methods of weed and pest control in crop production. Pages 377-381. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 2, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 501 pages.

Chapter 19 SutherstChapter 19. R. W. Sutherst, K. B. W. Utech. 1981. Controlling livestock parasites with host resistance. Pages 385-407. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 2, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 501 pages.

Chapter 20 GochnauerChapter 20. T. A. Gochnauer. 1981. The impact of infectious diseases on the productivity of the honeybee colony. Pages 411-422. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 2, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 501 pages.

Chapter 21 MorseChapter 21. Roger A. Morse. 1981. Honeybee pests and predators. Pages 423-431. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 2, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 501 pages.

Chapter 22 JohansenChapter 22. Carl A. Johansen. 1981. Involvement of bee poisoning in integrated pest management with special reference to alfalfa seed crops. Pages 433-444. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 2, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 501 pages.

Chapter 23 DaviesChapter 23. John E. Davies. 1981. Health aspects of pesticide exposure. Pages 447-455. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 2, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 501 pages.

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Chapter 1 PlappChapter 1. Frederick W. Plapp, Jr. 1981. The nature, modes of action, and toxicity of insecticides. Pages 3-17. In: David Pimentel (editor). CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 3, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 656 pages.

Chapter 2 SislerChapter 2. Hugh D. Sisler, Nancy Nagsdale. 1981. Fungicides. Pages 17-47. In: David Pimentel (editor). 1981. CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 3, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 656 pages.

Chapter 3 SchrothChapter 3. M. N. Schroth, A. H. McCain. 1981. The nature, mode of action, and toxicity of bactericides. Pages49-58. In: David Pimentel (editor). 1981. CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 3, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 656 pages.

Chapter 4 McKenryChapter 4. Michael V. McKenry. 1981. The nature, mode of action, and biological activity of nematicides. Pages 59-73. In: David Pimentel (editor). 1981. CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 3, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 656 pages.

Chapter 5 LinscottChapter 5. Dean L. Linscott. 1981. The nature, mode of action, and toxicity of herbicides. Pages 75-94. In: David Pimentel (editor). 1981. CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 3, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 656 pages.

Chapter 6 BuckChapter 6. William B. Buck. 1981. Toxicity of pesticides to livestock. Pages 95-112. In: David Pimentel (editor). 1981. CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 3, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 656 pages.

Chapter 7 SavarieChapter 7. Peter J. Savarie. 1981. The nature, modes of action, and toxicity of rodenticides. Pages 113-127. In: David Pimentel (editor). 1981. CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 3, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 656 pages.

Chapter 8 SchaferChapter 8. E. W. Schafer, Jr. 1981. Bird control chemicals—Nature, modes of action, and toxicity. Pages 129-139. In: David Pimentel (editor). 1981. CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 3, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 656 pages.

Chapter 9 SharomChapter 9. M. S. Sharom, F. L. McEwen, C. R. Harris. 1981. Movement of insecticides in the environment and biodegradability. Pages 143-166. In: David Pimentel (editor). 1981. CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 3, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 656 pages.

Chapter 10 UchidaChapter 10. Tsutomu Uchida, L. V. Edgington. 1981. Movement and degradation of fungicides. Pages 167-183. In: David Pimentel (editor). 1981. CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 3, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 656 pages.

Chapter 11 FrisbieChapter 11. R. E. Frisbie, J. K. Walker. 1981. Pest management systems for cotton insects. Pages 187-202. In: David Pimentel (editor). 1981. CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 3, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 656 pages.

Chapter 12 BirdChapter 12. L. S. Bird. 1981. Pest management systems for cotton diseases. Pages 203-213. In: David Pimentel (editor). 1981. CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 3, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 656 pages.

Chapter 13 BuchananChapter 13. Gale A. Buchanan. 1981. Management of weeds in cotton. Pages 215-242. In: David Pimentel (editor). 1981. CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 3, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 656 pages.

Chapter 14 LeeperChapter 14. John R. Leeper, James P. Teete. 1981. Pest management for apple insects. Pages 243-255. In: David Pimentel (editor). 1981. CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 3, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 656 pages.

Chapter 15 SuttonChapter 15. T. B. Sutton, A. L. Jones. 1981. Apple disease management. Pages 257-273. In: David Pimentel (editor). 1981. CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 3, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 656 pages.

Chapter 16 HookerChapter 16. A. L. Hooker. 1981. Pest management systems for corn insects. Pages 275-283. In: David Pimentel (editor). 1981. CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 3, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 656 pages.

Chapter 17 ArmbrustChapter 17. E. J. Armbrust. 1981. Pest management systems for alfalfa insects. Pages 285-292. In: David Pimentel (editor). 1981. CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 3, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 656 pages.

Chapter 18 LeathChapter 18. Kenneth T. Leath. 1981. Pest management systems for alfalfa diseases. Pages 293-302. In: David Pimentel (editor). 1981. CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 3, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 656 pages.

Chapter 19 DawsonChapter 19. J. H. Dawson, R. G. Harvey. 1981. Management systems for weeds in alfalfa. Pages 303-315. In: David Pimentel (editor). 1981. CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 3, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 656 pages.

Chapter 20 WildeChapter 20. Gerald Wilde. 1981. Wheat arthropod pest management. Pages 317-327.  In: David Pimentel (editor). 1981. CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 3, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 656 pages.

Chapter 21 WilcoxsonChapter 21. Roy D. Wilcoxson. 1981. Wheat disease management. Pages 329-341. In: David Pimentel (editor). 1981. CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 3, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 656 pages.

Chapter 22 NalewajaChapter 22. John D. Nalewaja. 1981. Integrated pest management for weed control in wheat. Pages 343-354. In: David Pimentel (editor). 1981. CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 3, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 656 pages.

Chapter 23 SmithChapter 23. J. W. Smith, Jr. 1981. Pest management systems for peanut insects. Pages 355-363. In: David Pimentel (editor). 1981. CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 3, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 656 pages.

Chapter 24 SmithChapter 24. D. H. Smith. 1981. Pest management systems for peanut diseases. Pages 365-375. In: David Pimentel (editor). 1981. CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 3, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 656 pages.

Chapter 25 SchaefersChapter 25. G. A. Schaefers. 1981. Pest management systems for strawberry insects. Pages 377-393. In: David Pimentel (editor). 1981. CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 3, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 656 pages.

Chapter 26 WilhelmChapter 26. Stephen Wilhelm, Richard D. Nelson. 1981. Pest management systems for strawberry diseases. Pages 395-404. In: David Pimentel (editor). 1981. CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 3, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 656 pages.

Chapter 27 HemphillChapter 27. Delbert D. Hemphill. 1981. Pest management systems for strawberry weeds. 1981. Pages 405-415. In: David Pimentel (editor). 1981. CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 3, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 656 pages.

Chapter 28 PedigoChapter 28. Larry P. Pedigo, Randall A. Higgins, Ronald B. Hammond, Edward J. Bechinski. 1981. Soybean pest management. Pages 417-537. In: David Pimentel (editor). 1981. CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 3, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 656 pages.

Chapter 29 EastinChapter 29. E. Ford Eastin. 1981. Weed management systems for U. S. rice. Pages 539-547. In: David Pimentel (editor). 1981. CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 3, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 656 pages.

Chapter 30 PetersChapter 30. D. C. Peters, K. J. Starks. 1981. Pest management systems for sorghum insects. Pages 549-562. In: David Pimentel (editor). 1981. CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 3, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 656 pages.

Chapter 31 ZummoChapter 31. Natale Zummo. 1981. Pest management systems for sorghum diseases. Pages 563-574. In: David Pimentel (editor). 1981. CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 3, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 656 pages.

Chapter 32 WieseChapter 32. Allen F. Wiese. 1981. Pest management systems for sorghum weeds. Pages 575-586. In: David Pimentel (editor). 1981. CRC Handbook of Pest Management in Agriculture. Volume 3, Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, 656 pages.

M Taghi Farvar and John P. Milton. 1972. The Careless Technology: Ecology and International Development. Second edition, First edition 1968, Garden City, New York, The Natural History Press. Record of a conference on the Ecological Aspects of International Development convened by The Conservation Foundation and The Center for the Biology of Natural Systems, Washington University, December 8-11, 1968, Airlie House, Warrenton, Virginia, USA. 1,030 pages plus photos.(book by  chapters)

Careless 0 Title page0 Title page, foreword, contents, introduction to the conference, summary of the conference

Careless Ch 1Chapter 1. Carter L. Marshall. 1972. Some exercises in social ecology: health, disease, and modernization in the Ryukyu Islands. Pages 5-18.

Careless Ch 2Chapter 2. Jacques M. May. 1972. Influence of environmental transformation in changing the map of disease. Pages 19-34.

Careless Ch 3Chapter 3. LaVerne C. Harold. 1972. Transferable drug resistance and the ecologic effects of antibiotics. Pages 35-46.

Careless Ch 4Chapter 4. Boyouk Favar. 1972. Biological disorders in the genito-urinary system following the introduction of new technologies and lifeways in the less developed countries. Pages 47-52.

Careless Ch 5Chapter 5. George E. Bunce. 1972. Aggravation of vitamin A deficiency following distribution of non-fortified skim milk. Pages 53-60.

Careless Ch 6Chapter 6. A.E. Davis and T.D. Bolin. 1972. Lactose intolerance in Southeast Asia. Pages 61-68.

Careless Ch 7Chapter 7. Charles C. Hughes and John M. Hunter. 1972. The role of technological development in promoting disease in Africa. Pages 69-101.

Careless Ch 8AChapter 8A. C.J. Shiff. 1972. The impact of agricultural development on aquatic systems and its effect on the epidemiology of schistosomes in Rhodesia. Pages 102-108.

Careless Ch 8BChapter 8B. C.J. Shiff. 1972. The effects of molluscicides on the microflora and microfauna of aquatic systems. Pages 109-115.

Careless Ch 9Chapter 9. Henry van der Schalie. 1972. World Health Organization Project Egypt 10: A case history of a schistosomiasis control project [Plus a discussion session]. Pages 116-153.

Careless Ch 10Chapter 10. Carl J. George. 1972. The role of the Aswan High Dam in changing the fisheries of the Southeastern Mediterranean. Pages 159-178.

Careless Ch 11Chapter 11. M. Kassas. 1972. Impact of river control schemes on the shoreline of the Nile Delta. Pages 179-188.

Careless Ch 12Chapter 12. E. Barton Worthington. 1972. The Nile catchment—technological change and aquatic biology. Pages 189-205.

Careless Ch 13Chapter 13. Thayer Scudder. 1972. Ecological bottlenecks and the development of the Kariba Lake Basin. Pages 206-235.

Careless Ch 14Chapter 14. John E. Bardach. 1972. Some ecological implications of Mekong River development plans [Plus a discussion session]. Pages 236-256.

Careless Ch 15Chapter 15. Aloys Michel. 1972. The impact of modern irrigation technology in the Indus and Helmand basins of Southwest Asia. Pages 257-275.

Careless Ch 16Chapter 16. Kamel Achi. 1972. Salinization and water problems in the Algerian Northeast Sahara. Pages 276-287.

Careless Ch 17Chapter 17. John Hay. 1972. Salt cedar and salinity on the Upper Rio Grande. Pages 288-300.

Careless Ch 18Chapter 18. Alberto Böckh. 1972. Consequences of uncontrolled human activities in the Valencia Lake basin. Pages 301-317.

Careless Ch 19Chapter 19. Robert N. Allen. 1972. The Anchicayá hydroelectric project in Colombia: design and sedimentation problems [Plus a discussion session]. Pages 318-348.

Careless Ch 20Chapter 20. E. Rivnay. 1972. On irrigation—induced changes in insect populations in Israel [Plus a discussion session]. Pages 349-367.

Careless Ch 21Chapter 21. Ray F. Smith and Harold T. Reynolds. 1972. Effects of manipulation of cotton agro-ecosystems on insect pest populations. Pages 373-406.

Careless Ch 22Chapter 22. F.E.M. Gillham. 1972. The relationship between insect pests and cotton production in Central Africa. Pages 407-422.

Careless Ch 23Chapter 23. Teodoro Boza Barducci. 1972. Ecological consequences of pesticides used for the control of cotton pests in Cañete Valley, Peru. Pages 423-438.

Careless Ch 24Chapter 24. L.D. Newsom. 1972. Some ecological implications of two decades of use of synthetic organic insecticides for control of agricultural pests in Louisiana [Plus a discussion session]. Pages 439-466.

Careless Ch 25Chapter 25. Gordon R. Conway. 1972. Ecological aspects of pest control in Malaysia. Pages 467-488.

Careless Ch 26Chapter 26. L.T. Kok. 1972. Toxicity of insecticides used for Asiatic rice borer control to tropical fish in rice paddies. Pages 489-498.

Careless Ch 27Chapter 27. P.T. Haskell. 1972. Locust control: ecological problems and international pests. Pages 499-526.

Careless Ch 28Chapter 28. H. Mendelssohn. 1972. Ecological effects of chemical control of rodents and jackals in Israel [Plus a discussion session]. Pages 527-548.

Careless Ch 29Chapter 29. John Phillips. 1972. Problems in the use of chemical fertilizers. Pages 549-566.

Careless Ch 30Chapter 30. E.W. Russell. 1972. The impact of technical developments on soils in East Africa. Pages 567-576.

Careless Ch 31Chapter 31. W. Schuphan. 1972. Nitrate problems and nitrite hazards as influenced by ecological conditions and by fertilization of plants. Pages 577-590.

Careless Ch 32Chapter 32. Mary McNeil. 1972. Lateritic soils in distinct tropical environments: Southern Sudan and Brazil. Pages 591-608.

Careless Ch 33Chapter 33. Harold T. Jorgenson. 1972. Problems of tropical settlement—experiences in Colombia and Bolivia. Pages 609-630.

Careless Ch 34Chapter 34. David H. Timothy. 1972. Plant germplasm resources and utilization [Plus a discussion session]. Pages 631-666.

Careless Ch 35Chapter 35. F. Fraser Darling and Mary A. Farvar. 1972. Ecological consequences of sedentarization of nomads. Pages 671-682.

Careless Ch 36Chapter 36. Harold F. Heady. 1972. Ecological consequences of Bedouin settlement in Saudi Arabia. Pages 683-693.

Careless Ch 37Chapter 37. Lee M. Talbot. 1972. Ecological consequences of rangeland development in Masailand, East Africa. Pages 694-711.

Careless Ch 38Chapter 38. Oliver West. 1972. The ecological impact of the introduction of domestic cattle into wild life and tsetse areas of Rhodesia. Pages 712-725.

Careless Ch 39Chapter 39. Frank L. Lambrecht. 1972. The tsetse fly: a blessing or a curse? Pages 726-741.

Careless Ch 40Chapter 40. Peter Crowcroft. 1972. The sheep and the saltbush: the utilization of Australia’s arid lands. Pages 742-752.

Careless Ch 41Chapter 41. Georg Borgstrom. 1972. Ecological aspects of protein feeding—the case in Peru [Plus a discussion session]. Pages 753-789.

Careless Ch 42Chapter 42. Dean E. Abrahamson. 1972. Ecological hazards from nuclear power plants. Pages 795-811.

Careless Ch 43Chapter 43. Joel W. Hedgpeth. 1972. Atomic waste disposal in the sea: an ecological dilemma? Pages 812-828.

Careless Ch 44Chapter 44. John Cairns, Jr. 1972. Environmental quality and the thermal pollution problem [Plus a discussion session]. Pages 829-857.

Careless Ch 45Chapter 45. Carl A. Carlozzi. 1972. An ecological overview of Caribbean development programs. Pages 858-868.

Careless Ch 46Chapter 46. F.R. Fosberg. 1972. Man’s effects on island ecosystems. Pages 869-880.

Careless Ch 47Chapter 47. Wofram U. Drewes. 1972. Some ecological considerations in development projects in the Dominican Republic [Plus a discussion session]. Pages 881-902.

Careless Ch 48Chapter 48. Thane Riney. 1972. Experiments with the use of case histories in an ecology seminar. Pages 903-913.

Careless Ch 49Chapter 49. Gilbert F. White. 1972. Organizing scientific investigations to deal with environmental impacts. Pages 914-926.

Careless Ch 50Chapter 50. Lynton K. Caldwell. 1972. An ecological approach to international development [Plus a discussion session]. Pages 927-954.

Careless Gen DiscusGeneral Discussion. Pages 959-983.

Careless GenIndexGeneral Index. Pages 984-1018.

Careless Index Sci NamesIndex of Scientific Names. Pages 1019-1021.

Careless AuthorsBibliographic Information of Contributors. Pages 1022-1030.

Careless PhotosPhotos. Unpaginated.

 

MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). 1967. Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA and  the International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines. 729 p.

Content, indexMajor Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. List of participants, table of contents, reports of special committees, index and cover.

Committee ReportsCommittee reports

Major Ch 1 KapurAP Kapur. 1967. Taxonomy of the rice-stem borers. Pages 3-43. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 1.

Ch 2 KiritaniK Kiritani, S Iwao, 1967. The biology and life cycle of Chilo supprssalis (Walker) and Tryporyza (Schoenobius) incertulas (Walker) in temperate-climate areas. Pages 45-101. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 2.

Ch 3 BanerjeeSN Banerjee, LM Pramanik. 1967. The Lepidopterous stalk borers of rice and their life cycles in the tropics. Pages 103-124. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 3.

Ch 4 ToriiT Torii. 1967. Statistical methods in rice stem borer research. 1967. Pages 127-167. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 4.

Ch 5 IshikuraH Ishikura. 1967. Assessment of the field population of the rice stem borer moth by light traps. Pages 169-179. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 5.

Ch 6 YoshimekiM Yoshimeki. 1967. A summary of the forecasting program for rice stem borer control in Japan. Pages 181-193. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 6.

Ch 7 LewGT Lew, HY Liu. 1967. The rice stem borer forecasting system in Taiwan. Pages 195—210. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 7.

Ch 8 FukayaM Fukaya. 1967. Physiology of rice stem borers, including hibernation and diapause. Pages 213-227. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 8.

Ch 9 IshiiS Ishi. 1967. Nutritional studies of the rice stem borer Chilo suppressalis (Walker). Pages 229-239. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 9.

Ch 10 FukayaM Fukaya, S Kamano. 1967. Mass rearing of the rice stem borer. Pages 241-248. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 10.

Ch 11 IshikuraH Ishikura. 1967. Assessment of rice loss caused by the rice stem borer. Pages 251-264. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 11.

Ch 12 IsraelP Israel, TP Abraham. 1967. Techniques for assessing crop losses caused by rice stem borers in tropical areas. Pages 265-275. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 12.

Ch 13 SaitoT Saito. 1967. Topical, fumigation, and residual toxicity of insecticides to rice stem borers. 1967. Pages 279—290. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 13.

Ch 14 TomizawaC Tomizawa. 1967. Mode of action of insecticides on the rice stem borer and development of resistance. Pages 291-304. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 14.

Ch 15 FukudaH Fukuda. 1967. Mode of action, translocation, oxidation, and decomposition of insecticides within the rice plant. Pages 305-316. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 15.

Ch 16 RaoYS Rao, P Israel. 1967. Recent developments in and future prospects for the chemical control of the rice stem borer in India. Pages 317-324. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 16.

Ch 17 KawadaA Kawada. 1967. Developments in insecticide control of the rice stem borer in Japan. Pages 325-334. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 17.

Ch 18 PathakMD Pathak. 1967. Recent developments in and future prospects for the chemical control of the rice stem borer at IRRI. Pages 335-349. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 18.

Ch 19 UedaK Ueda. 1967. Hazards of insecticides and residue problems in rice cultivation. Pages 351-366. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 19.

Ch 20 KhanMQ Khan. 1967. Control of paddy stem borers by cultural practices. Pages 369-389. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 20.

Ch 21 IsraelP Israel. 1967. Varietal resistance to rice stem borers in India. Pages 391-403. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 21.

Ch 22 PathakMD Pathak. 1967. Varietal resistance to rice stem borers at IRRI. Pages 405-418. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 22.

Ch 23 MunakataK Munakata, D Okamoto. 1967. Varietal resistance to rice stem borers in Japan. Pages 419-430. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 23.

Ch 24 YasumatsuK Yasumatsu. 1967. The possible control of rice stem borers by the use of natural enemies. Pages 431-442. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 24.

Ch 25 NickelJL Nickel. 1967. The possible role of biotic factors in an integrated program for rice stem borer control. Pages 443-453. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 25.

Ch 26 ReddyDB Reddy.  1967. The rice gall midge Pachydiplosis oryzae (Wood-Mason). Pages 457-491. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 26.

Ch 27 NasuS Nasu. 1967. Rice leafhoppers. Pages 493-523. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 27.

Ch 28 SrivastavaAS Srivastava, HP Saxena. 1967. Rice bug Leptocorisa varicornis Fabricius and allied species. Pages 525-548. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 28.

Ch 29 BowlingCC Bowling. 1967. Insect pests of rice in the United States. Pages 551-570. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 29.

Ch 30 WongsiriT Wongsiri, K Kovitvadhi. 1967. Insect pests of rice in Thailand. Pages 571-574. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 30.

Ch 31 FernandoHE Fernando. 1967. Insect pests of rice in Ceylon. Pages 575-589. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 31.

Ch 32 CendañaSM Cendaña, FB Calora. 1967. Insect pests of rice in the Philippines. Pages 591-616. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 32.

Ch 33 YunusA Yunus, GHL Rothschild. 1967. Insect pests of rice in Malaysia. Pages 617-641. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 33.

Ch 34 AlamMZ Alam. 1967. Insect pests of rice in East Pakistan. Pages 643-655. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 34.

Ch 35 PaikWH Paik. 1967. Insect pests of rice in Korea. Pages 657-674. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 35.

Ch 36 SoenardiSoenardi. 1967. Insect pests of rice in Indonesia. Pages 675-683. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 36.

Ch 37 NewsomLD Newsom, RH Painter. 1967. Present knowledge and implications for future research on the major insect pests of rice. Pages 687-695. In: MD Pathak and AA Muka (editors). Major Insect Pests of the Rice Plant. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 729 p. Chapter 37.

2. Heong KL, Escalada MM (editors). 1997. Pest management of rice farmers in Asia. Manila (Philippines): International Rice Research Institute. 245 p.

Ch 1 Escalada 1997 p 1-34Escalada MM, KL Heong. 1997. Methods for research on farmers’ knowledge, attitudes, and practices in pest management. p. 1-34. In: Heong KL, Escalada MM (editors). 1997. Pest management of rice farmers in Asia. Manila (Philippines): International Rice Research Institute. 245 p.

Ch 2 Jahn 1997 p 35-45Jahn GC, P Sophea, K Bunnarith, P Chanthy. 1997. Pest management practices of lowland rice farmers in Cambodia. p. 35-51. In: Heong KL, Escalada MM (editors). 1997. Pest management of rice farmers in Asia. Manila, Philippines: International Rice Research Institute. 245 p.

Ch 3 Li 1997 p 53-61Li Shao-Shi, Guo Yu-Jie, Hu Guc-Wen, and Liang Di-Yun. 1997. Pest management practices of rice farmers in Hunan, China. p. 53-61. In: Heong KL, Escalada MM (editors). 1997. Pest management of rice farmers in Asia. Manila, Philippines: International Rice Research Institute, 245 p.

Ch 4 Hu Ruifa et al 1997 p 63-73Hu Ruifa, Cheng Jiaan, Dong Shouzhen, Sun Yinyin. 1997. The role of women in rice pest management in Zhejiang, China. p. 63-73 In: Heong KL, Escalada MM (editors). 1997. Pest management of rice farmers in Asia. Manila, Philippines: International Rice Research Institute, 245 p.

Ch 5 Sivakumar 1997 p 75-85Sivakumar SD, SR Subramanian, S Suresh, M Gopalan. 1997. Pest management practices of rice farmers in Tamil Nadu, India. p. 75-85. In: Heong KL, Escalada MM (editors). 1997. Pest management of rice farmers in Asia. Manila, Philippines: International Rice Research Institute, 245 p.

Ch 6 Kartaatmadja et al 1997 p 87-98Kartaatmadja S, J Soejitno, IP Wardana. 1997. Pest management practices of rice farmers in West Java, Indonesia. p. 87-98. In: Heong KL, Escalada MM (editors). 1997. Pest management of rice farmers in Asia. Manila, Philippines: International Rice Research Institute, 245 p.

Ch 7 Rapusas et al 1997 p 99-114Rapusas HR, JM Schiller, V Sengsoulivong. 1997. Pest management practices of rice farmers in the rainfed lowland environment of the Lao PDR. p. 99-114.  In: Heong KL, Escalada MM (editors). 1997. Pest management of rice farmers in Asia. Manila, Philippines: International Rice Research Institute, 245 p.

Ch 8 Normiyah & Chang 1997 p 115-127Normiyah R, PM Chang. 1997. Pest management practices of rice farmers in the Muda and Kemubu irrigation schemes in peninsular Malaysia. p. 115-127. In: Heong KL, Escalada MM (editors). 1997. Pest management of rice farmers in Asia. Manila, Philippines: International Rice Research Institute, 245 p.

Ch 9 Warburton et al. 1997 p 129-141Warburton H, FL Palis, S Villareal. 1997. Farmers’ perceptions of rice tungro disease in the Philippines. p. 129-141. In: Heong KL, Escalada MM (editors). 1997. Pest management of rice farmers in Asia. Manila, Philippines: International Rice Research Institute, 245 p.

Ch 10 Moody et al 1997 p 143-160Moody K, MM Escalada, KL Heong. 1997. Weed management practices of rice farmers in Iloilo, Philippines.  p. 143-160. In: Heong KL, Escalada MM (editors). 1997. Pest management of rice farmers in Asia. Manila, Philippines: International Rice Research Institute, 245 p.

Ch 11 Heong et al 1997 p 161-170Heong KL, AA Lazaro, GW Norton. 1997. Pest management perceptions and practices of farmers growing rice and vegetables in Nueva Ecija, Philippines. p. 161-170. In: Heong KL, Escalada MM (editors). 1997. Pest management of rice farmers in Asia. Manila, Philippines: International Rice Research Institute, 245 p.

Ch 12 Nugaliyadde et al. 1997 p 171-183Nugaliyadde LT Hidaka, MP Dhanapala. 1997. Pest management practices of rice farmers in Sri Lanka. p. 171-183. In: Heong KL, Escalada MM (editors). 1997. Pest management of rice farmers in Asia. Manila, Philippines: International Rice Research Institute, 245 p.

Ch 13 Meenakanit & Vongsaroj 1997 p 185-199Meenakanit L, P Vongsaroj. 1997. Farmers’ perceptions and practices in weed management in Thailand. p. 185-199. In: Heong KL, Escalada MM (editors). 1997. Pest management of rice farmers in Asia. Manila, Philippines: International Rice Research Institute, 245 p.

Ch 14 Meenakanit et al 1997 p 201-212Meenakanit L, MM Escalada, KL Heong. 1997. The changing role of women in rice pest management in central Thailand. p. 201-212. In: Heong KL, Escalada MM (editors). 1997. Pest management of rice farmers in Asia. Manila, Philippines: International Rice Research Institute, 245 p.

Ch 15 Vo Mai 1997 p 213-225Vo Mai, NH Huan, KL Heong, MM Escalada, AA Lazaro. 1997. Pest management perceptions and practices of rice farmers in Long An Province, Vietnam. p. 213-225. In: Heong KL, Escalada MM (editors). 1997. Pest management of rice farmers in Asia. Manila, Philippines: International Rice Research Institute, 245 p.

Ch 16 Heong & Escalada 1997 p 227-245Heong KL, MM Escalada. 1997. A comparative analysis of pest management practices of rice farmers in Asia. p. 227-245. In: Heong KL, Escalada MM (editors). 1997. Pest management of rice farmers in Asia. Manila, Philippines: International Rice Research Institute, 245 p.

3. PL Pingali, PA Roger (editors). Impact of Pesticides on Farmer Health and the Rice Environment. Natural Resource Management and Policy Series. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños Philippines and Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, Massachusetts USA, 664 p.

Pingali 1995 Ch 1 p 3-21Chapter 1 Pingali PL. 1995. Impact of pesticides on farmer health and the rice environment: An overview of results from a multidisciplinary study in the Philippines p. 3-21. In: PL Pingali, PA Roger (editors). Impact of Pesticides on Farmer Health and the Rice Environment. Natural Resource Management and Policy Series. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños Philippines and Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, Massachusetts USA, 664 p.

Antle & Capalbo 1995 Ch 2 p 23-57Chapter 2 Antle JM, SM. Capalbo. 1995.  Measurement and evaluation of the impacts of agricultural chemical use: A framework for analysis p. 23-57. In: PL Pingali, PA Roger (editors). Impact of Pesticides on Farmer Health and the Rice Environment. Natural Resource Management and Policy Series. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños Philippines and Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, Massachusetts USA, 664 p.

Warburton et al 1995 ch 3 p 59-75Chapter 3 Warburton H, FG Palis, PL Pingali. 1995. Farmer perceptions, knowledge, and pesticide use practices. p. 59-95. In: PL Pingali, PA Roger (editors). Impact of Pesticides on Farmer Health and the Rice Environment. Natural Resource Management and Policy Series. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños Philippines and Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, Massachusetts USA, 664 p.

Heong et al. 1995 ch 4 p 97-108Chapater 4 Heong KL, MM Escalada, AA Lazaro. 1995. Misuse of pesticides among rice farmers in Leyte, Philippines 97-108. In: PL Pingali, PA Roger (editors). Impact of Pesticides on Farmer Health and the Rice Environment. Natural Resource Management and Policy Series. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños Philippines and Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, Massachusetts USA, 664 p.

Roger & Bhuiyan 1995 ch 5 p 111-148 or pdf Roger & Buiyan 1995 Ch 5 p 111-148Chapter 5 Roger PA, SI Bhuiyan. 1995. Behavior of pesticides in rice-based agroecosystems: A review. p. 111-148. In: PL Pingali, PA Roger (editors). Impact of Pesticides on Farmer Health and the Rice Environment. Natural Resource Management and Policy Series. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños Philippines and Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, Massachusetts USA, 664 p.

Tejada et al 1995 ch 6 p 149-180Chapter 6 Tejada AW, LM Varca, SMF Calumpang, PP Ocampo, MJB Medina, CM Bajet, EB Paningbatan, JR Medina, VP Justo, CdL Habito, MR Martinez, ED Magallona. Assessment of the environmental impact of pesticides in paddy rice production. p. 149-180. In: PL Pingali, PA Roger (editors). Impact of Pesticides on Farmer Health and the Rice Environment. Natural Resource Management and Policy Series. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños Philippines and Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, Massachusetts USA, 664 p.

Bhuiyan & Castaneda 1995 Ch 7 p 181-202Chapter 7 Bhuiyan SI, AR Castañeda. 1995.  The Impact of ricefield pesticides on the quality of freshwater resources. p. 181-202. In: PL Pingali, PA Roger (editors). Impact of Pesticides on Farmer Health and the Rice Environment. Natural Resource Management and Policy Series. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños Philippines and Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, Massachusetts USA, 664 p.

Cagauan 1995 Ch 8 p 203-248Chapter 8 Cagauan AG. 1995. The impact of pesticides on ricefield vertebrates with emphasis on fish. p. 203-248. In: PL Pingali, PA Roger (editors). Impact of Pesticides on Farmer Health and the Rice Environment. Natural Resource Management and Policy Series. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños Philippines and Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, Massachusetts USA, 664 p.

Simpson & Roger 1995 Ch 9 p 249-270Chapter 9 Simpson IC, PA Roger. 1995. The impact of pesticides on nontarget aquatic invertebrates in wetland ricefields: A review. p. 249-270. In: PL Pingali, PA Roger (editors). Impact of Pesticides on Farmer Health and the Rice Environment. Natural Resource Management and Policy Series. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños Philippines and Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, Massachusetts USA, 664 p.

Roger 1995 Ch 10 p 271-308Chapter 10 Roger PA. 1995. The impact of pesticides on wetland ricefield microflora: A review. p. 271-308. In: PL Pingali, PA Roger (editors). Impact of Pesticides on Farmer Health and the Rice Environment. Natural Resource Management and Policy Series. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños Philippines and Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, Massachusetts USA, 664 p.

Roger et al. 1995 Ch 11 p 309-339Chaapter 11 Roger PA, IC Simpson, B Oficial, S Ardales, R Jimenez, AG Cagauan. 1995. P. 309-339. In: PL Pingali, PA Roger (editors). Impact of pesticides on farmer health and the rice environment. Natural Resource Management and Policy Series. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños Philippines and Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, Massachusetts USA, 664 p.

Pingali 1995 Ch 12 p 343-360Chapter 12 Pingali PL, CB Marquez, FG Palis, AC Rola. 1995. The impact of long-term pesticide exposure on farmer health: A medical and economic analysis in the Philippines. p. 343-360. In: PL Pingali, PA Roger (editors). Impact of Pesticides on Farmer Health and the Rice Environment. Natural Resource Management and Policy Series. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños Philippines and Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, Massachusetts USA, 664 p.

Antle & Pingali 1995 p 361-390Chapter 13 Antle JM, PL Pingali. 1995. Pesticides, productivity, and farmer health: A Philippine case study. p. 361-390. In: PL Pingali, PA Roger (editors). Impact of Pesticides on Farmer Health and the Rice Environment. Natural Resource Management and Policy Series. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños Philippines and Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, Massachusetts USA, 664 p.

Pingali & Rola 1995 p 391-409Chapter 14 Pingali PL, AC Rola. 1995. Public regulatory roles in developing markets: the case of pesticides. p. 391-409. In: PL Pingali, PA Roger (editors). Impact of Pesticides on Farmer Health and the Rice Environment. Natural Resource Management and Policy Series. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños Philippines and Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, Massachusetts USA, 664 p.

Roger 1995 Appendix A p. 413-448Appendix A. Roger PA. 1995. Annotated bibliography on the fate of pesticides in ricefields, and riceland soils. p. 413-448. In: PL Pingali, PA Roger (editors). Impact of Pesticides on Farmer Health and the Rice Environment. Natural Resource Management and Policy Series. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños Philippines and Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, Massachusetts USA, 664 p.

Appendix B Valmonte p 449-461Appendix B. Valmonte-Gerpacio RD. 1995. Annotated bibliography on pesticide residues detected in fish and other vertebrates in rice-based ecosytems. In: PL Pingali, PA Roger (editors). Impact of Pesticides on Farmer Health and the Rice Environment. Natural Resource Management and Policy Series. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños Philippines and Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, Massachusetts USA, 664 p.

Appendix C Simpson 1995 p 463-491Appendix C. Simpson IC. 1995. Annotated bibliography on the effects of pesticides in aquatic invertebrates in ricefields. p. 463-491. In: PL Pingali, PA Roger (editors). Impact of Pesticides on Farmer Health and the Rice Environment. Natural Resource Management and Policy Series. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños Philippines and Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, Massachusetts USA, 664 p.

Roger 1995 Appendix D p 493-618Appendix D. Roger PA. 1995. Annotated bibliography on the effects of pesticides on phototrophic microorganisms of ricefields. p. 493-618. In: PL Pingali, PA Roger (editors). Impact of Pesticides on Farmer Health and the Rice Environment. Natural Resource Management and Policy Series. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños Philippines and Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, Massachusetts USA, 664 p.

Roger 1995 Appendix E p 619-646Appendix E. Roger PA. 1995. Annotated bibliography on the effects of pesticides on nonphototrophic microorganisms of ricefields. p. 619-646. In: PL Pingali, PA Roger (editors). Impact of Pesticides on Farmer Health and the Rice Environment. Natural Resource Management and Policy Series. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños Philippines and Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, Massachusetts USA, 664 p.

Appendix F Valmonte 1995 p 647-658Appendix F. Valmonte-Gerpacio RD. 1995. Annotated bibliography on the effects of pesticides on human health in rice-growing areas. p. 647-658. In: PL Pingali, PA Roger (editors). Impact of Pesticides on Farmer Health and the Rice Environment. Natural Resource Management and Policy Series. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños Philippines and Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, Massachusetts USA, 664 p.

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7 Cabunagan 1996 p 92-99Cabunagan RC, E Angeles, ER Tiongco, S Villareal, XH Truong, IGN Astika, A Muis, AK Chowdhury, T Ganapathy, TCB Chancellor, PS Teng, GS Khush. 1996. Evaluation of rice germplasm for resistance to tungro disease. p. 92-99. In: Rice tungro disease epidemiology and vector ecology: the development of sustainable and cost-effective pest management practices to reduce yield losses in intensive rice cropping systems. IRRI Discussion Paper Series No. 19. Manila (Philippines): International Rice Research Institute, 104 p.

8 Warburton 1996 p 100-103Warburton H, F Palis, S Villareal, PL Pingali. 1996. Socioeconomic studies on rice tungro disease. p. 100-103. In: Rice tungro disease epidemiology and vector ecology: the development of sustainable and cost-effective pest management practices to reduce yield losses in intensive rice cropping systems. IRRI Discussion Paper Series No. 19. Manila (Philippines): International Rice Research Institute, 104 p.

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Arboleda et al. 1999 Ch 2Arboleda M, E Santa Cruz, and O. Azzam. 1999. Preliminary analysis of genetic variation of rice tungro bacilliform virus in two provinces of the Philippines. p. 11-16. In: Chancellor TCB, Azzam O, Heong KL, (editors). Rice tungro disease management. Proceedings of the International Workshop on Tungro Disease Management, 9–11 November 1998, International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 166 p.

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Daradjaat et al. 1999 Ch 5Daradjat A.A., N. Widiarta, and A. Hasanuddin. 1999. Breeding for rice tungro virus resistance in Indonesia. p. 30-37. In: Chancellor TCB, Azzam O, Heong KL (editors). Rice tungro disease management, Proceedings of the International Workshop on Tungro Disease Management, 9-11 November 1998, International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 166 p.

Azzam et al. 1999 Ch 6Azzam O, A. Klöti, F. Santa Cruz, J. Fütterer, E.L. Coloquio, I. Potrykus, and R. Hull. 1999. Genetic engineering of rice for tungro resistance. p. 38-44. In: Chancellor TCB, Azzam O, Heong KL (editors). Rice tungro disease management. Proceedings of the International Workshop on Tungro Disease Management, 9–11 November 1998, International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 166 p.

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Astika 1999 Ch 8Astika IGN. 1999. Prospects of virus-resistant varieties for controlling rice tungro disease in Bali. p. 58-66. In: Chancellor TCB, Azzam O, Heong KL (editors). Rice tungro disease management. Proceedings of the International Workshop on Tungro Disease Management, 9–11 November 1998. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 166 p.

Chowdhury 1999 Ch 9Chowdhury A.K. 1999. Evaluating rice germplasm for resistance to rice tungro disease in West Bengal, India. p. 67-70. In: Chancellor TCB, Azzam O, Heong KL (editors). Rice tungro disease management. Proceedings of the International Workshop on Tungro Disease Management, 9-11 November 1998, International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 166 p.

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Azzam 1999 Ch 11Azzam O, L. Kenyon, and P.D. Nath. 1999. Tungro screen kits for extension agents and plant breeders. p. 76-80. In: Chancellor TCB, Azzam O, Heong KL (editors). Rice tungro disease management. Proceedings of the International Workshop on Tungro Disease Management, 9–11 November 1998, International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 166 p.

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Batay-an 1999 Ch 21Batay-An E.H. and S.C. Mancao. 1999. Management of rice tungro disease by chemical control of the green leafhopper vector. p. 158-166. In: Chancellor TCB, Azzam O, Heong KL (editors). Rice tungro disease management. Proceedings of the International Workshop on Tungro Disease Management, 9-11 November 1998, International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 166 p.

6.PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p. (Book by chapters)

Entire book Pesticide Management book

0 Book cover & contents

1 Oka Future needsOka IN. 1988. Future needs for pesticide management in Southeast Asia. Pages 1-11. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

2 Kasmo Food cropsKasmo. 1988. Overview of IPM infrastructure and implementation on food crops in Indonesia. Pages 13-19. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

3 Wirjo Estate cropsWirjosuhardjo S. 1988. Overview of IPM infrastructure and implementation on estate crops in Indonesia. Pages 21-26. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

4 Nik Malaysia IPMNik AH. 1988. Overview of IPM infrastructure and implementation on food crops in Malaysia. Pages 27-30. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

5 Wood Estate cropsWood BJ. 1988. Overview of IPM infrastructure and implementation on estate crops in Malaysia. Pages 31-41. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

6 EAH Host plant resistanceHeinrichs EA.  1988. Role of insect-resistant varieties in rice IPM systems. Pages 43-54. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

7 KLH SurveillanceHeong KL. 1988. The surveillance and forecasting of insect populations in rice pest management. Pages 55-65. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

8 Soekarna Chemcial controlSoekarna D. 1988. The role of insecticides in rice IPM systems. Pages 67-72. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

9 Oka Cultural controlOka IN. 1988. Role of cultural techniques in rice IPM systems. Pages 83-93. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

10 Bandong Action thresholdsBandong JP, JA Litsinger. 1988. Development of action control thresholds for major rice pests. Pages 95-100. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

11 Tryon BtTryon EH, JA Litsinger. 1988. Feasibility of using locally produced Bacillus thuringiensis to control tropical insect pests. Pages 73-81. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

12 Waibel EconomicsWaibel H, P Meenakanit. 1988. Economics of integrated pest control in rice in Southeast Asia. Pages 103-111, Pages 95-100. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road,

13 Heuel SamplingB Heuel-Rolf, P Vungsilabutr. 1988. Development of simple sampling methods for pest surveillance in rice. Pages 113-122. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

14 Napompeth BiocontrolNapompeth B. 1988. Status of biological control in non-rice crops in Southeast Asia. Pages 123-129. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

15 Tran Corn borerTran-Gruber LC. 1988. Biological control of corn stalk borer in the Philippines. Pages 131-134. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

16 Amaritsut Rainfed agrAmaritsut W, W Prasartsri, IA Craig. 1988. Crop protection and IPM in rainfed cropping systems in Northeast Thailand. Pages 135-143. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

17 Lim DBMLim GS. 1988. IPM of Plutella xylostella (L.) on vegetables in Southeast Asia: Rationale, need, and prospects. Pages 145-155. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

18 Hasse CottonHasse V, A Drews, R Corales, A Querubin. 1988. An approach to integrated pest management: Activities of the Philippine-German cotton project. Pages 157-168. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

19 Englehardt BilateralEnglehardt T. 1988. Economic justification of IPM: the bilateral agency’s view. Pages 169-174. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

20 Prach SugarcanePrachuabmoh O, A Kusulwong, K Suwanarak, P Raksarast. 1988. IPM activities in sugarcane in Thailand. Pages 175-180. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

21 Kaske CoconutKaske R. 1988. IPM activities in coconut in Southeast Asia. Pages 181-186. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

22 Liau Oil palmLiau SS. 1988. Pest management on oil palm in Malaysia. Pages 187-192. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

23 Ho CocoaHo CT. 1988. Pest management on cocoa in Malaysia. Pages 193-203. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

24 Djamin Oil palmDjamin A. 1988. Crop protection and pest management of oil palm in Indonesia. Pages 205-212. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

25 Vorley IPM on-farmVorley WT. 1988. IPM in rice – an extension role for the agrochemical industry. Pages 231-220. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

26 Escalada KAPEscalada MM, PE Kenmore.  1988. Communicating integrated pest control to rice farmers at the village level. Pages 221-228. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

27 Hamelink ExtensionHamelink J, S Kaewjantuk. 1988. Factors affecting the success of extension-communication strategies used in a rice pest surveillance program in Thailand. Pages 229-234. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

28 Schaefer IPM programSchaefer J. 1988. The organization of the Thai-German plant protection program: A bilateral technical cooperation project. Pages 235-240. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

29 Sri Surveillance ThailandSri-Arunotai S. 1988. The organization and implementation of the surveillance and early warning systems in Thailand. Pages 241-250. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

30 Pfuhl RadioPfuhl EH. 1988. Radio-based communication campaigns: A strategy for training farmers in IPM in the Philippines. Pages 251-255. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

31 Saito Insecticide resistanceSaito T. 1988. Overview of pesticide resistance problems in Southeast Asia. Pages 257-267. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

32 Tan Pesticide resistanceTan KH. 1988. Pesticide resistance problems in Malaysia. Pages 269-277. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

33 Sinchaisri Insecticide resistanceSinchaisri N. 1988. Pesticide resistance problems in Thailand. Pages 279-284. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

34 Magallona Insecticide resistanceMagallona ED. 1988. Pesticide resistance in the Philippines – An enigma waiting for a solution. Pages 285-289. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

35 Soekarna Insecticide resistanceSoekarna D, D. Kilin. 1988. The status of pest resistance to insecticides in Indonesia. Pages 291-295. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

36 Evans Insecticide resistanceEvans DM. 1988. Pesticide resistance: the realities. Pages 297-300. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

37 Mustamin Pesticide hazardsMustamin M. 1988. Health hazards due to the use of pesticides in Indonesia: Data collection and surveys. Pages 301-309. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

38 Castaneda PoisoningsCastañeda CP. 1988. Pesticide poisoning data collection in the Philippines. Pages 311-314. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

39 Aros PoisoningAros NMT. 1988. Pesticide poisoning studies and data collection in Malaysia. Pages 315-319. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

40 Kritalugsana PoisoningKritalugsana S. 1988. Pesticide poisoning studies and data collection in Thailand. Pages 321-324. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

40 Jeyaratnam PoisoningJeyaratnam J. 1988. Pesticide poisoning: Improving and evaluating pesticide data collection in Southeast Asia. Pages 325-329. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

41 Loevinsohn PoisoningLoevinsohn ME. 1988. Estimating the impact of poisoning: changing patterns of mortality in Central Luzon, Philippines, in relation to pesticide use. Pages 331-341. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

42 Tayaputch ResiduesTayaputch N. 1988. Pesticide residues in Thailand. Pages 343-347. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

43 Hashim ResiduesHashim BL, HF Yeoh. 1988. Pesticide residue studies in Malaysia. Pages 349-354. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

44 Ramos Pesticide residuesRamos-Ocampo VE, ED Magallona, AW Tejada. 1988. Pesticide residues in the Philippines. Pages 355-367. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

45 Soekarna ResiduesSoekarna D. 1988. Pesticide residue trials in rice in Indonesia. Pages 369-372. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

46 Soekardi ResiduesSoekardi M. 1988. Pesticide residue control and monitoring in Indonesia. Pages 373-378. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

47 Willis Pesticide residuesWillis GA. 1988. Pesticide residues in food and the environment: What do the levels really mean? Pages 379-390. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

48 Rengam ResiduesRengam S. 1988. What do pesticide residue levels in the environment really mean in Southeast Asia? An NGO perspective. Pages 391-398. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

49 Rees Bank financedRees CP. 1988. Manual on the use of pesticides under bank-finances projects. Pages 399-406. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

50 Tan Human exposureTan SH, S Ramasamy, CH Yeoh, K Ahmad. A comparative study on the occupational exposure of spray workers using knapsack and spinning disc sprayers. Pages 407-415. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

51 Alba OccupationalAlba OM. 1988. A preliminary study on exposure of rice farmers to pesticides. Pages 417-421. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

52 Schimpf IncinerationSchimpf WA. 1988. Destruction of pesticides and chemical wastes by means of a cement kiln. Pages 423-432. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

53 Jensen Love canalJensen JK, G Zweig. 1988. Looking for Thailand’s “Love Canal”. Pages 433-436. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

54 Widjanarka Public safetyWidjanarka ES. 1988. Pesticide problems and Indonesian non-governmental organization activities in solving these problems. Pages 437-439. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

55 Castaneda Safe use practicesCastañeda CP. 1988. A study of occupational pesticide exposure among Filipino farmers in San Leonardo, Nueva Ecija. Pages 441-444. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

56 Esa Safe use trainingEsa YM, S Ramasamy. 1988. Pesticide safe use training program in Malaysia. Pages 445-449. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

57 Siswomihardjo TrainingSiswomihardjo H. 1988. Pesticide safe use training programs in Indonesia. Pages 451-456. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

58 Djohan TrainingDjohan EF. 1988. Training the trainer by industry. Pages 457-458. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

59 Dechmani TrainingDechmani U. 1988. Train-the-trainer programs in Thailand. Pages 459-462. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

60 Ordas TrainingOrdas AV. 1988. Pesticide safety training programs in the Philippines. Pages 463-467. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

61 Cuyson TrainingCuyson SA. 1988. Pesticide safety campaign in the Philippines. Pages 469-473. In: PS Teng, KL Heong (editors), Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia. Consortium for International Crop Protection, 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 404, College Park MD 20740, USA, 473 p.

7. Thomas R. Hargrove (editor). Rice improvement in China and other Asian countries. International Rice Research Institute and Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, 307 p.

Rice improvement in China bookEntire book

1 He Guang-wen1 He Guang-wen. 1980. Welcome address. Pages 1-3. In: Thomas R. Hargrove (editor). Rice improvement in China and other Asian countries. International Rice Research Institute and Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, 307 p.

2 Brady2 NC Brady 1980. Opening remarks. Pages 5-7. In: Thomas R. Hargrove (editor). Rice improvement in China and other Asian countries. International Rice Research Institute and Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, 307 p.

3 Shen Jin Hua3 Shen Jin-Hua. 1980. Rice breeding in China. Pages 9-30. In: Thomas R. Hargrove (editor). Rice improvement in China and other Asian countries. International Rice Research Institute and Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, 307 p.

4 Brady & Vega4 Citation: NC Brady, MR Vega. 1980. IRRI’s research, training, and international activities. Pages 31-36. In: Thomas R. Hargrove (editor). Rice improvement in China and other Asian countries. International Rice Research Institute and Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, 307 p.

5 Pande5 H. K. Pande and R. Seetharaman. 1980. Rice research and testing program in India. Pages 37-49. In: Thomas R. Hargrove (editor). Rice improvement in China and other Asian countries. International Rice Research Institute and Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, 307 p.

6 Siwi & Beachell6 B. H. Siwi and H. M. Beachell. 1980. The GEU concept in Indonesia. Pages 51-64. In: Thomas R. Hargrove (editor). Rice improvement in China and other Asian countries. International Rice Research Institute and Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, 307 p.

7 Kauffman & Seshu7 H. E. Kauffman and D. V. Seshu. 1980. The international rice testing program. Pages 65-74. In: Thomas R. Hargrove (editor). Rice improvement in China and other Asian countries. International Rice Research Institute and Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, 307 p.

8 Chen8 Chen Wei-qin, Liang Neng, and Yu Jian Rui. 1980. Wild rice in Boluo County. Pages 75-84. In: Thomas R. Hargrove (editor). Rice improvement in China and other Asian countries. International Rice Research Institute and Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, 307 p.

9 TT Chang9 T. T. Chang. 1980. The rice genetic resources program of IRRI and its impact on rice improvement. Pages 85-105. In: Thomas R. Hargrove (editor). Rice improvement in China and other Asian countries. International Rice Research Institute and Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, 307 p.

10 Sun10 Sun Shuyuan. 1980. Fungus diseases of rice in China. Pages 107-113. In: Thomas R. Hargrove (editor). Rice improvement in China and other Asian countries. International Rice Research Institute and Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, 307 p.

11 Wu Shang Zhong11 Wu Shang Zhong. 1980. Rice bacterial diseases in the People’s Republic of China. Pages 115-124. In: Thomas R. Hargrove (editor). Rice improvement in China and other Asian countries. International Rice Research Institute and Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, 307 p

12 Chen Sheng-Xiang12 Chen Sheng-Xiang. 1980. A review of rice virus disease studies in China. Pages 125-133. In: Thomas R. Hargrove (editor). Rice improvement in China and other Asian countries. International Rice Research Institute and Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, 307 p.

13 KC Ling13 K. C. Ling. 1980. Studies on rice diseases. Pages 135-147. In: Thomas R. Hargrove (editor). Rice improvement in China and other Asian countries. International Rice Research Institute and Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, 307 p.

14 Tu Cheng-Wen14 Tu Cheng-Wen. 1980. The brown planthopper and its control in China. Pages 149-156. In: Thomas R. Hargrove (editor). Rice improvement in China and other Asian countries. International Rice Research Institute and Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, 307 p.

15 Lin Yu15 Lin Yu. 1980. Studies on the control of the yellow rice stem borer. Pages 157-171. In: Thomas R. Hargrove (editor). Rice improvement in China and other Asian countries. International Rice Research Institute and Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, 307 p.

16 Kalode16 M. B. Kalode. 1980. The rice gall midge – Varietal resistance and chemical control. Pages 173-193. In: Thomas R. Hargrove (editor). Rice improvement in China and other Asian countries. International Rice Research Institute and Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, 307 p.

17 Heinrichs17 E. A. Heinrichs. 1980. Varietal resistance to the brown planthopper and yellow stem borer. Pages 195-217. In: Thomas R. Hargrove (editor). Rice improvement in China and other Asian countries. International Rice Research Institute and Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, 307 p.

18 Khush18 G. S. Khush. 1980. Breeding rice for multiple disease and insect resistance. Pages 219-238.  In: Thomas R. Hargrove (editor). Rice improvement in China and other Asian countries. International Rice Research Institute and Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, 307 p.

19 Chiu Shin Foo19 Chiu Shin-Foon and Zhao Shan-Huan. 1980. Integrated control of rice insect pests in China. Pages 239-250. In: Thomas R. Hargrove (editor). Rice improvement in China and other Asian countries. International Rice Research Institute and Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, 307 p.

20 Zaman20 S. M. H. Zaman. 1980. The importance of the IRTP in BRRI’s varietal improvement work. Pages 251-259. In: Thomas R. Hargrove (editor). Rice improvement in China and other Asian countries. International Rice Research Institute and Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, 307 p.

21 Gunawardena21 I. Gunawardena. 1980. Rice research and IRTP involvement in Sri Lanka. Pages 261-279. In: Thomas R. Hargrove (editor). Rice improvement in China and other Asian countries. International Rice Research Institute and Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, 307 p.

22 Sermsak Awakul22 Sermsak Awakul. 1980. Rice research and IRTP involvement in Thailand. Pages 281-286. In: Thomas R. Hargrove (editor). Rice improvement in China and other Asian countries. International Rice Research Institute and Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, 307 p.

23 I N Oka23 Ida Nyoman Oka. 1980. Brown planthopper survey technique. Pages 287-291. In: Thomas R. Hargrove (editor). Rice improvement in China and other Asian countries. International Rice Research Institute and Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, 307 p.

24 Recommendations & Glossary24 Anonymous. 1980. Workshop recommendations and glossary. Pages 293-307. In: Thomas R. Hargrove (editor). Rice improvement in China and other Asian countries. International Rice Research Institute and Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, 307 p.

8. E.A. Heinrichs (ed.). Biology and Management of Rice Insects. Wiley Eastern Ltd., New Delhi, 779 p. (book)

Biology & Management of Rice Insects (whole book)

Preface, indices, coverEA Heinrichs (editor). 1994. Biology and Management of Rice Insects. Wiley Eastern Limited, New Delhi, India; International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines 774 p.

Chapter 1 IntroductionEA Heinrichs. 1994. Rice. Pages 1-11. In: EA Heinrichs (editor). Biology and Management of Rice Insects. Wiley Eastern Limited, New Delhi, India; International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines 774 p.

Chapter 2. AT Barrion, JA Litsinger. 1994. Taxonomy of rice insect pests and their arthropod parasites and predators. Pages. 13-361. In: EA Heinrichs (editor). Biology and Management of Rice Insects. Wiley Eastern Limited, New Delhi, India; International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines 774 p.

Two parts

Barrion & Litsinger Taxonomy rice insects Part 1

Barrion & Litsinger Taxonomy rice insect Part 2

Chapter 3 Insect pestsD Dale. 1994. Insect pests of the rice plant – Their biology and ecology. Pages 363-485. In: EA Heinrichs (editor). Biology and Management of Rice Insects. Wiley Eastern Limited, New Delhi, India; International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines 774 p.

Chapter 4 LoevinsohnME Loevinsohn. 1994. Rice pests and agricultural environments. Pages 487-513. In: EA Heinrichs (editor). Biology and Management of Rice Insects. Wiley Eastern Limited, New Delhi, India; International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines 774 p.

Chapter 5 Heinrichs HPREA Heinrichs. 1994. Host plant resistance. Pages 517-547. In: EA Heinrichs (editor). Biology and Management of Rice Insects. Wiley Eastern Limited, New Delhi, India; International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines 774 p.

Chapter 6 JAL CulturalJA Litsinger. 1994. Cultural, mechanical, and physical control of rice insects. Pages 549-583. In: EA Heinrichs (editor). Biology and Management of Rice Insects. Wiley Eastern Limited, New Delhi, India; International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines 774 p.

Chapter 7 Ooi & ShepardPAC Ooi, BM Shepard. 1994. Predators and parasitoids of rice insect pests. 1994. Pages 585-612. In: EA Heinrichs (editor). Biology and Management of Rice Insects. Wiley Eastern Limited, New Delhi, India; International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines 774 p.

Chapter 8 RombachMC Rombach, DW Roberts, RM Aguda. 1994. Pathogens of rice insects. Pages613-655. In: EA Heinrichs (editor). Biology and Management of Rice Insects. Wiley Eastern Limited, New Delhi, India; International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines 774 p.

Chapter 9 ChelliahS Chelliah, M Bharathi. 1994. Insecticide management in rice. Pages 657-679. In: EA Heinrichs (editor). Biology and Management of Rice Insects. Wiley Eastern Limited, New Delhi, India; International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines 774 p.

Chapter 10 SmithCM Smith. 1994. Integration of rice insect control strategies and tactics. Pages 681-692. In: EA Heinrichs (editor). Biology and Management of Rice Insects. Wiley Eastern Limited, New Delhi, India; International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines 774 p.

Chapter 11 BPHMC Rombach, KD Gallagher. 1994. The brown planthopper: promises, problems, and prospects. Pages 693-709. In: EA Heinrichs (editor). Biology and Management of Rice Insects. Wiley Eastern Limited, New Delhi, India; International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines 774 p.

Chapter 12 KiritaniK Kiritani, K Naba. 1994. Development and implementation of rice IPM in Japan. 1994. Pages 713-731. In: EA Heinrichs (editor). Biology and Management of Rice Insects. Wiley Eastern Limited, New Delhi, India; International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines 774 p.

Chapter 13 Latin AmericaG Weber, O. Parada. 1994. Development of an integrated pest management system for rice in Latin America. Pages 733-748. In: EA Heinrichs (editor). Biology and Management of Rice Insects. Wiley Eastern Limited, New Delhi, India; International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines 774 p.

9. Pest Management in Rice. BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

0 Contents Pest Management in Rice. Contents, preface, cover. 1990.

1 Norton & WayGA Norton, MJ Way. 1990. Rice pest management systems – past and future. Pages 1-14. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

2 WoodburnAT Woodburn. 1990. The current rice agrochemicals market. 1990. Pages 15-30. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

3 GrothDE Groth, MC Rush, GD Lindberg. 1990. Foliar fungicides for control of rice diseases in the United States. Pages 31-52. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

4 Rush & SchneiderMC Rush, RW Schneider. 1990. Chemical control of seedling diseases of rice in Louisiana. Pages 53-70. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

5 LoehkenA Loehken. A Loehken. 1990. The benefits of seed/early season fungicide application for the management of rice blast (Pyricularia oryzae). Pages 71-86. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

6 Gnanaman & MewSS Gnanamaniackam, TW Mew. 1990. Biological control of rice diseass (blast and sheath blight) with bacterial antagoists: an alternate strategy for disease management. Pages 87-110. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

7 MiyagiY Miyagi. 1990. Fungicide use for the control of major rice diseases in Japan. Pages 111-121. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

8 PetersonLG Peterson. Tricyclazole for control of Pyricularia oryzae on rice: the relationship of the mode of action and disease occurrence and development. 1990. Pages 122-130. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

9 ChinKM Chin, A Bhandhufalck. 1990. The importance of crop growth stages for determining the application timing of disease control agents in rice. Pages 131-142. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

10 ClaridgeClaridge MF. 1990. Variation in pest and natural enemy populations – relevance to brown planthopper control strategies. Pages 143-154. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

11 WhalonME Whalon, HE van de Baan, Kasumbogo Untung. 1990. Resistance management of brown planthopper, Nilaparvata lugens, in Indonesia. Pages 155-165. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

12 RileyJR Riley, J Holt, DR Reynolds. 1990. The role of migration in the pest status of brown planthopper in temperate and tropical areas. Page 166 (abstract only): In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

13 ChakrabortyDP Chakraborty, NR Maslen, J Holt. 1990. Effects of nitrogenous fertilizer, insecticides and plant spacing on insect pests and yields of flooded rice in Eastern Asia. Pages 167-176. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

14 GillespieA Gillespie, J Jimenez. 1990. The potential of fungi for control of rice pests. Pages 177-180. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

15 WayMO Way. 1990. Insect pest management in rice in the United States. Pages 181-189. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

16 SchubertHH Schubert, G Salbeck, W Knauf, R Schaub, A Waltersdorfer, KH Leist, U Schollmeier, R Fischer, G Görlitz. 1990. Synthesis and properties of the Silaneophane HOE 084498 – a promising new insecticide. Pages 190-202. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

17 KnaufW Knauf, M Kern, R Schaub, A Waltersdorfer. 1990. Biological properties of the Silanephane HOE 084498 – a new insecticide for the control of rice pests. Pages 203-209. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

18 KonnoT Konno. 1990. Buprofezin – a reliable IGR for the control of rice pests. Pages 210-222. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

19 KatoJ Kato, N Kondo, CD Forgie. 1990. Hexaflumuron (DOWCO* 473 pesticide): a potential new rice insecticide in Japan. 1990. Pages 223-230. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

20 WareingDR Wareing, J Holt, JA Cheng, GA Norton. 1990. Use of computer tools for the design of pest management strategies. Pages 231-242. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

21 VorleyWT Vorley. 1990. IPM for tropical Asian rice farmers – a blueprint for industry participation. Pages243-257. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

22 ShepardBM Shepard. 1990. Integrated pest management in rice: present status and future prospects in Southeast Asia. Pages 258-268. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

23 MoodyK Moody. 1990. Pest interactions in rice in the Philippines. Pages 269-299. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

24 ZoschkeA Zoschke. 1990. Yield losses in tropical rice as influenced by the composition of weed flora and the timing of its elimination. Pages 300-313. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

25 Smith & HillRJ Smith, JE Hill. 1990. Weed control technology in U.S. rice. Pages 314-327. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

26 CrawfordSH Crawford, JB Baker, DE Sanders. 1990. Current weed control strategies in Louisiana rice. Pages 328-337. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

27 SuzukiK Suzuki, Y Shirai, H Hirata. 1990. Pyrazosulfuron-ethyl, a new sulfonylurea herbicide for paddy rice. Pages 338-348. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

28 JonesRG Jones. 1990. Cinmethylin – a new herbicide developed for use in rice. Pages 349-357. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

29 PetersonLW Peterson, WT Reed, T Yakaguchi. 1990. Bensulfuron-methyl, metsulfuron-methyl and their combination for weed control in rice. Pages 358-367. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

30 KiesslingU Kiessling, M Pfenning. 1990. Quinclorac, a new herbicide for the use in various production systems in seeded rice. Pages 368-377. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

31 AllardJL Allard, A Zoschke. 1990. A solution to the major weed problems in wet-sown rice: experiences with pretilachlor/fenclorlim in South-East Asia. Pages 378-388. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

32 KadotaG Kadota, S Matsumoto, S. Nakamura, PFS Gordon, J Hayakawa. 1990. Esprocarb herbicide mixtures: use in Japanese paddy rice. Pages389-401. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

33 ReesR Rees, T Matsui, B Hanisch. 1990. A novel use for benfuresate as a paddy rice herbicide. Pages 402-420. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

34 Matthews & BatemanGA Matthews, RP Bateman. 1990. Application techniques for small-scale farmers. Pages 421-429. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

35 PearmanNM Pearman. 1990. Areawide ricefield rat control by small scale landowners in S.E. Asia through the co-ordinated application of flocoumafen block bait. Pages 430-439. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

36 MarrsGJ Marrs. 1990. Recent trends in formulations for rice. Pages 440-454. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

37 StephensonRR Stephenson. 1990. A pyrethoid insecticide for use in rice – effects of formulation on fish toxicity and its assessment. Pages 455-464. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

38 SzokeTG Szoke. 1990. The effect of ethephon plant growth regulator upon the yield components of rice. Pages 465-473. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

39 FrenchP French, H Matsuyuki, H Ueno. 1990. Paclobutrazol control of lodging in Japanese paddy rice. Pages 474-485. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

40 KnaufW Knauf. 1990. The IRAC Working Group – efforts towards pest management in rice. Pages 486-490. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

41 XieQJ Xie, MC Rush, J Cao. 1990. Somaclonal variation for disease resistance in rice (Oryza sativa L.). Pages 491-509. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

42 GobelE Göbel, M Peferoen, A Reynaerts. 1990. Can insect pest problems in rice be approached by using Bacillus thuringiensis crystal protein genes? Pages 510-513. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

43 ToenniessenGH Toenniessen. 1990. Rice biotechnology: progress and prospects. Pages 514-535. In: BT Grayson, MB Green, LG Copping (editors). Pest Management in Rice. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 536 pages.

MD Pathak, editor. 1979. Brown Planthopper: Threat to Rice Production in Asia. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 369 pages. 22 Chapters

1-vad-thomas-the-brown-planthopper-problemV.A. Dyck and B. Thomas. 1979. The brown planthopper problem. Pages 3-17.

2-mochida-okada-taxonomy-biologyO. Mochida and T. Okada. 1979. Taxonomy and biology of Nilaparvata lugens (Homoptera, Delphacidae). Pages 21-43.

3-kono-ecology-of-bph-temperateE. Kuno. 1979. Ecology of the brown planthopper in temperate regions. Pages 45-60.

4-dyck-ecology-of-bph-tropicsV. A. Dyck, B. C. Misra, S. Alam, C. N. Chen, C. Y. Hsieh, and R. S. Rejesus. 1979. Ecology of the brown planthopper in the tropics. Pages 61-98.

5-hirao-forecastingJ. Hirao. 1979. Forecasting brown planthopper outbreaks in Japan. Pages 101-112.

6-kisimoto-migrationR. Kisimoto. 1979. Brown planthopper migration. Pages 113-124.

7-sogawa-chengK. Sogawa and C. H. Cheng. 1979. Economic thresholds, nature of damage, and losses caused by the brown planthopper. Pages 125-142.

8-heinrichs-chemical-controlE. A. Heinrichs. 1979. Chemical control of the brown planthopper. Pages 145-167.

9-choi-varietal-resistanceSeung Yoon Choi. 1979. Screening methods and sources of varietal resistance. Pages 171-186.

10-kalode-varietal-resistanceM. B. Kalode and T. S. Khrishna. 1979. Varietal Resistance to Brown Planthopper in India. Pages 187-199.

11-harahap-varietal-resistanceZ. Harahap. 1979. Breeding for resistance to brown planthopper and grassy stunt virus in Indonesia. Pages 201-208.

12-kaneda-kisimoto-varietal-resistanceC. Kaneda and R. Kisimoto. 1979. Status of varietal resistance to brown planthopper in Japan. Pages 209-218.

13-choi-varietal-resistanceS. Y. Choi, M. M. Heu, and J. O. Lee. 1979. Varietal resistance to the brown planthopper in Korea. Pages 219-232.

14-stapley-varietal-resistanceJ. H. Stapley, Yin Yin May-Jackson, and W. G. Golden. 1979. Varietal resistance to the brown planthopper in the Solomon Islands. Pages 233-239.

15-fernando-varietal-resistanceH. Fernando, D. Senadhera, Y. Elikawela, H. M. de Alwis, and C. Kudagamage. 1979. Varietal resistance to the brown planthopper in Sri Lanka. Pages 241-249.

16-cheng-varietal-resistanceC. H. Cheng and W. L. Chang. 1979. Studies on varietal resistance to the brown planthopper in Taiwan. Pages 251-271.

17-pongprasert-varietal-resistanceS. Pongprasert and P. Weerapat. 1979. Varietal resistance to the brown planthopper in Thailand. Pages 273-283.

18-mdp-gsk-varietal-resistanceM. D. Pathak and G. S. Khush. 1979. Studies of varietal resistance in rice to the brown planthopper at the International Rice Research Institute. Pages 285-301.

19-saxena-mdpR. C. Saxena and M. D. Pathak. 1979. Factors governing susceptibility and resistance of certain rice varieties to the brown planthopper. Pages 303-317.

20-gsk-genetics-of-resistanceG. S. Khush. 1979. Genetics of and breeding for resistance to the brown planthopper. Pages 321-332.

21-chiu-biological-controlShui-chen Chiu. 1979. Biological control of the brown planthopper. Pages 335-355.

22-oka-cultural-controlIda Nyoman Oka. 1979. Cultural control of the brown planthopper. Pages 357-369.

 

Food and Fertilizer Technology Center (FFTC). 1977. The Rice Brown Planthopper. FFTC sponsored a seminar “The Rice Brown Planthopper” from October 5-9, 1976, published in August 1977, Taipei, Taiwan, 256 pages. (book by  chapter)

Title pages BPHTitle pages

Chapter 1 OkadaChapter 1. Tadatora Okada. 1977. Taxonomic characters for identification of the rice brown planthopper (Nilaparvata lugens) and its related species in the Asian and Pacific Regions. Pages 1-26. In: Food and Fertilizer Technology Center (FFTC). The Rice Brown Planthopper. FFTC sponsored a seminar “The Rice Brown Planthopper” from October 5-9, 1976, published in August 1977, Taipei, Taiwan, 256 pages.

Chapter 2 KisimotoChapter 2. Ryoiti Kisimoto. 1977. Bionomics, forecasting of outbreaks and injury caused by the rice brown planthopper. Pages 27-41. Food and Fertilizer Technology Center (FFTC). The Rice Brown Planthopper. FFTC sponsored a seminar “The Rice Brown Planthopper” from October 5-9, 1976, published in August 1977, Taipei, Taiwan, 256 pages.

Chapter 3 OtakeChapter 3. Akio Ȏtake. 1977. Natural enemies of the brown planthopper. Pages 42-57. Food and Fertilizer Technology Center (FFTC). The Rice Brown Planthopper. FFTC sponsored a seminar “The Rice Brown Planthopper” from October 5-9, 1976, published in August 1977, Taipei, Taiwan, 256 pages.

Chapter 4 DyckChapter 4. V. A. Dyck, G. C. Orlido. 1977. Control of the brown planthopper (Nilaparvata lugens) by natural enemies and timely application of narrow spectrum insecticides. Pages 58-72. In: Food and Fertilizer Technology Center (FFTC). The Rice Brown Planthopper. FFTC sponsored a seminar “The Rice Brown Planthopper” from October 5-9, 1976, published in August 1977, Taipei, Taiwan, 256 pages.

Chapter 5 LingChapter 5. K. C. Ling. 1977. Transmission of grassy stunt by the brown planthopper. Pages 73-83. In: Food and Fertilizer Technology Center (FFTC). The Rice Brown Planthopper. FFTC sponsored a seminar “The Rice Brown Planthopper” from October 5-9, 1976, published in August 1977, Taipei, Taiwan, 256 pages.

Chapter 6 IchikawaChapter 6. Toshihide Ichikawa. 1977. Sexual communications of planthoppers. Pages 84-94. In: Food and Fertilizer Technology Center (FFTC). The Rice Brown Planthopper. FFTC sponsored a seminar “The Rice Brown Planthopper” from October 5-9, 1976, published in August 1977, Taipei, Taiwan, 256 pages.

Chapter 7 SogawaChapter 7. Kazushige Sôgawa. 1977. Feeding physiology of the brown planthopper. Pages 95-116. In: Food and Fertilizer Technology Center (FFTC). The Rice Brown Planthopper. FFTC sponsored a seminar “The Rice Brown Planthopper” from October 5-9, 1976, published in August 1977, Taipei, Taiwan, 256 pages.

Chapter 8 KohChapter 8. Hen-Sik Koh, Mjuo Kim, Tokio Obata, Hiroshi Fukami, Shoziro Ishii. 1977. Antifeedant in barnyard grass against the brown planthopper—trans-acontic acid. Pages 117-123. In: Food and Fertilizer Technology Center (FFTC). The Rice Brown Planthopper. FFTC sponsored a seminar “The Rice Brown Planthopper” from October 5-9, 1976, published in August 1977, Taipei, Taiwan, 256 pages.

Chapter 9 KanedaChapter 9. Chukichi Kaneda, Rycichi Ikeda, Akira Kobayashi. 1977. Breeding for resistance to the brown planthopper in Japan. Pages 124-134. In: Food and Fertilizer Technology Center (FFTC). The Rice Brown Planthopper. FFTC sponsored a seminar “The Rice Brown Planthopper” from October 5-9, 1976, published in August 1977, Taipei, Taiwan, 256 pages.

Chapter 10 KunoChapter 10. Eizi Kuno. 1977. Distribution pattern of the rice brown planthopper and field sampling techniques. Pages 135-147. In: Food and Fertilizer Technology Center (FFTC). The Rice Brown Planthopper. FFTC sponsored a seminar “The Rice Brown Planthopper” from October 5-9, 1976, published in August 1977, Taipei, Taiwan, 256 pages.

Chapter 11 MoriyaChapter 11. Sigeo Moriya. 1977. Chemical control of rice planthoppers. Pages 148-161. In: Food and Fertilizer Technology Center (FFTC). The Rice Brown Planthopper. FFTC sponsored a seminar “The Rice Brown Planthopper” from October 5-9, 1976, published in August 1977, Taipei, Taiwan, 256 pages.

Chapter 12 YenChapter 12. David F. Yen, Chiou-nan Chen. 1977. The present status of the rice brown planthopper problem in Taiwan. Pages 162-169. In: Food and Fertilizer Technology Center (FFTC). The Rice Brown Planthopper. FFTC sponsored a seminar “The Rice Brown Planthopper” from October 5-9, 1976, published in August 1977, Taipei, Taiwan, 256 pages.

Chapter 13 MochidaChapter 13. O. Mochida, Tatang Suryana, Ayuk Wahyu. 1977. Recent outbreaks of the brown planthopper in Southeast Asia (with special reference to Indonesia). Pages 170-191. In: Food and Fertilizer Technology Center (FFTC). The Rice Brown Planthopper. FFTC sponsored a seminar “The Rice Brown Planthopper” from October 5-9, 1976, published in August 1977, Taipei, Taiwan, 256 pages.

Chapter 14 MochidaChapter 14. O. Mochida, V. A. Dyck. 1977. Bionomics of the brown planthopper, Nilaparvata lugens. Pages 192-198. In: Food and Fertilizer Technology Center (FFTC). The Rice Brown Planthopper. FFTC sponsored a seminar “The Rice Brown Planthopper” from October 5-9, 1976, published in August 1977, Taipei, Taiwan, 256 pages.

Chapter 15 LeeChapter 15. J. O. Lee, J. S. Park. 1977. Biology and control of the brown planthopper (Nilaparvata lugens) in Korea. Pages 199-213. In: Food and Fertilizer Technology Center (FFTC). The Rice Brown Planthopper. FFTC sponsored a seminar “The Rice Brown Planthopper” from October 5-9, 1976, published in August 1977, Taipei, Taiwan, 256 pages.

Chapter 16 ChengChapter 16. C. H. Cheng. 1977. The possible role of resistant varieties in rice brown planthopper control. Pages 214-229. In: Food and Fertilizer Technology Center (FFTC). The Rice Brown Planthopper. FFTC sponsored a seminar “The Rice Brown Planthopper” from October 5-9, 1976, published in August 1977, Taipei, Taiwan, 256 pages.

Chapter 17 PaikChapter 17. Woon Hah Paik. 1977. Historical review of the occurrence of the brown planthopper in Korea. Pages 230-247. In: Food and Fertilizer Technology Center (FFTC). The Rice Brown Planthopper. FFTC sponsored a seminar “The Rice Brown Planthopper” from October 5-9, 1976, published in August 1977, Taipei, Taiwan, 256 pages.

Appendix SugimotoAppendix. A. Sugimoto. 1977. A method of mass-rearing the rice green leafhoppers. Pages 248-256. In: Food and Fertilizer Technology Center (FFTC). The Rice Brown Planthopper. FFTC sponsored a seminar “The Rice Brown Planthopper” from October 5-9, 1976, published in August 1977, Taipei, Taiwan, 256 pages.

MH Tetangco (editor). 1979. Sensible Use of Pesticides. Food and Fertilizer Technology Center for the Asian and Pacific Region (ASPAC-FFTC), Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 250 pages.

0-Sensible-Pesticides-bookThe book contents, preface, conference participants

1-hiroshi-fujii-1-9Hiroshi Fujii, Kan-ichi Ohata. 1979. Chemical control of rice seed and seedling diseases. Pages 1-9. In: MH Tetangco (editor). 1979. Sensible Use of Pesticides. Food and Fertilizer Technology Center for the Asian and Pacific Region (ASPAC-FFTC), Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 250 pages.

2-hsu-10-26MC Hsu. 1979. Control of fungal diseases of rice in Taiwan. Pages 10-26. In: MH Tetangco (editor). 1979. Sensible Use of Pesticides. Food and Fertilizer Technology Center for the Asian and Pacific Region (ASPAC-FFTC), Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 250 pages.

3-yong-sup-cho-27-33Yong Sup Cho, Yong Chull Choi. 1979. Chemical control of rice bacterial diseases in Korea. Pages 27-33. In: MH Tetangco (editor). 1979. Sensible Use of Pesticides. Food and Fertilizer Technology Center for the Asian and Pacific Region (ASPAC-FFTC), Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 250 pages.

4-takeo-masuda-34-48Takeo Masuda. 1979. Behavior of pesticides applied to rice seedlings and paddy water. Pages 34-48. In: MH Tetangco (editor). 1979. Sensible Use of Pesticides. Food and Fertilizer Technology Center for the Asian and Pacific Region (ASPAC-FFTC), Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 250 pages.

5-te-yeh-49-75Te-yeh Ku. 1979. Combined use of pesticides and its biological effects in rice insect and disease control. Pages 49-75. In: MH Tetangco (editor). 1979. Sensible Use of Pesticides. Food and Fertilizer Technology Center for the Asian and Pacific Region (ASPAC-FFTC), Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 250 pages.

6-jr-medina-76-87JR Medina, VE Ramos, ED Magallona, FF Sanchez. 1979. Pesticides in corn and grain-legume production in the Philippines. Pages 76-87. In: MH Tetangco (editor). 1979. Sensible Use of Pesticides. Food and Fertilizer Technology Center for the Asian and Pacific Region (ASPAC-FFTC), Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 250 pages.

7-yasumichi-nishi-88-100Yasumichi Nishi, Nobuo Tezuka. 1979. Chemical control of vegetable diseases in Japan. Pages 88-100. In: MH Tetangco (editor). 1979. Sensible Use of Pesticides. Food and Fertilizer Technology Center for the Asian and Pacific Region (ASPAC-FFTC), Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 250 pages.

8-edward-y-cheng-101-105Edward Y Cheng. 1979. Chemical control of banana pests and diseases in Taiwan. Pages 101-105. In: MH Tetangco (editor). 1979. Sensible Use of Pesticides. Food and Fertilizer Technology Center for the Asian and Pacific Region (ASPAC-FFTC), Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 250 pages.

9-toru-nagata-106-123Toru Nagata. 1979. Development of insecticide resistance in the brown planthopper and the white backed planthopper. Pages 106-123. In: MH Tetangco (editor). 1979. Sensible Use of Pesticides. Food and Fertilizer Technology Center for the Asian and Pacific Region (ASPAC-FFTC), Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 250 pages.

10-norizumi-shinkaji-124-131Norizumi Shinkaji. 1979. Development of acaricide resistance in mites in citrus groves. Pages 124-131. In: MH Tetangco (editor). 1979. Sensible Use of Pesticides. Food and Fertilizer Technology Center for the Asian and Pacific Region (ASPAC-FFTC), Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 250 pages.

11-shigeo-moriya-132-143Shigeo Moriya. 1979. Improvements in application methods and formulations of pesticides. Pages 132-143. In: MH Tetangco (editor). 1979. Sensible Use of Pesticides. Food and Fertilizer Technology Center for the Asian and Pacific Region (ASPAC-FFTC), Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 250 pages.

12-izuru-yamamoto-144-150Izuru Yamamoto. 1979. A rational approach in finding chemicals for control of resistant green rice leafhopper. Pages. 144-150. In: MH Tetangco (editor). 1979. Sensible Use of Pesticides. Food and Fertilizer Technology Center for the Asian and Pacific Region (ASPAC-FFTC), Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 250 pages.

13-keido-ko-151-157Keido Ko, Tomomasa Misato. 1979. Attempts to develop antiviral agents for use in plant disease control. Pages 151-158. In: MH Tetangco (editor). 1979. Sensible Use of Pesticides. Food and Fertilizer Technology Center for the Asian and Pacific Region (ASPAC-FFTC), Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 250 pages.

14-kwanchai-sombatsiri-158-165Kwanchai Sombatsiri, Wichai Pathumchartpat. 1979. Some attempts to develop new insecticides from plant sources. Pages. 158-165. In: MH Tetangco (editor). 1979. Sensible Use of Pesticides. Food and Fertilizer Technology Center for the Asian and Pacific Region (ASPAC-FFTC), Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 250 pages.

15-ky-fan-166-172KY Fan. 1979. Cooperative pest control in paddy fields of Taiwan. Pages 166-172. In: MH Tetangco (editor). 1979. Sensible Use of Pesticides. Food and Fertilizer Technology Center for the Asian and Pacific Region (ASPAC-FFTC), Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 250 pages.

16-gwo-chen-li-173-188Gwo-Chen Li. 1979. Monitoring of pesticide residues in Taiwan. Pages 173-188. In: MH Tetangco (editor). 1979. Sensible Use of Pesticides. Food and Fertilizer Technology Center for the Asian and Pacific Region (ASPAC-FFTC), Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 250 pages.

17-wei-huai-horng-189-197Wei-Huai Horng. 1979. Safety regulations in use of pesticides in Taiwan. Pages 189-197. In: MH Tetangco (editor). 1979. Sensible Use of Pesticides. Food and Fertilizer Technology Center for the Asian and Pacific Region (ASPAC-FFTC), Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 250 pages.

18-hiroaki-nakamura-198-207Hiroaki Nakamura. 1979. Safety regulations in the use of pesticides and monitoring of residues in Japan. Pages 198-207. In: MH Tetangco (editor). 1979. Sensible Use of Pesticides. Food and Fertilizer Technology Center for the Asian and Pacific Region (ASPAC-FFTC), Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 250 pages.

19-ea-heinrichs-208-248EA Heinrichs, RC Saxena, S Chelliah. 1979. Development and implementation of insect pest management systems for rice in Tropical Asia. Pages 208-248. In: MH Tetangco (editor). 1979. Sensible Use of Pesticides. Food and Fertilizer Technology Center for the Asian and Pacific Region (ASPAC-FFTC), Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, 250 pages.

Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. MK Harris (editor). The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

0-bookBook Cover, preface, table of contents, indices

1-harlanJR Harlan. 1980. Origins of agriculture and crop evolution. Pages 1-8. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

2-nilesGA Niles. 1980. The basics of plant breeding. Pages 9-22. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

3-harrisMK Harris. 1980. Arthropod-plant interactions related to agriculture, emphasizing host plant resistance. Pages 23-51. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

4-browningJA Browning. 1980. Genetic protective mechanisms of plant-pathogen populations: their coevolution and use in breeding for resistance. Pages 52-75. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

5-nilesGS Niles. 1980. Biology of cotton. Pages 76-82. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

6-nilesGS Niles. 1980. Breeding of cotton. Pages 83-85. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

7-birdLS Bird. 1980. Breeding for disease and nematode resistance in cotton. Pages 86-100. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

8-schusterMF Schuster. Insect resistance in cotton. Pages 101-112. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

9-walkerJK Walker. 1980. Earliness in cotton and escape from the boll weevil. Pages 113-123. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

10-schertzKF Schertz. 1980. Biology of sorghum. Pages 124-127. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

11-millerFR Miller. 1980. Breeding of sorghum. Pages 128-136. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

12-frederiksenRA Frederiksen, DT Rosenow. 1980. Breeding for disease resistance in sorghum. Pages 137-167. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

13-johnsonJW Johnson, GL Teetes. 1980. Breeding for arthropod resistance in sorghum. Pages 168-180. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

14-teetesGL Teetes. 1980. Overview of pest management and host plant resistance in U.S. sorghum. Pages 181-223. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

15-jotwani-224-236MG Jotwani, JC Davies. 1980. Insect resistance studies on sorghum at international institutes and national programs with special reference to India. Pages 224-236. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

16-gardenhire-237-244JH Gardenhire. 1980. Breeding for greenbug resistance in wheat and other small grains. Pages 237-244. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

17-gallunRL Gallun. 1980. Breeding for resistance to insects in wheat. Pages 245-262. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

18-johnson-263-275DA Johnson, EC Gilmore. 1980. Breeding for resistance to pathogens in wheat. Pages 263-275. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

19-bockholtAJ Bockholt. 1980. Biology and breeding of corn. Pages 276-282. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

20-tolerRW Toler. 1980. Breeding for resistance to pathogens in corn. Pages 283-289. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

21-guthrie-290-302WD Guthrie. 1980. Breeding for resistance to insects in corn. Pages 290-302. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

22-bollich-303-323CN Bollich, BD Webb, JE Scott. 1980. Rice breeding in the southern United States. Pages 303-323. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

23-marchettiMA Marchetti. 1980. Breeding for resistance to pathogens of rice. Pages 324-328. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

24-bowlingCC Bowling. 1980. Breeding for host plant resistance to rice field insects in the U.S.A. Pages 329-340. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

25-khushGS Khush. 1980. Breeding for multiple disease and insect resistance in rice. Pages 341-354. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

26-cogburnRR Cogburn, CN Bollich. 1980. Breeding for host plant resistance to stored rice insects. Pages 355-358. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

27-rogersCE Rogers. 1980. Biology and breeding for insect and disease resistance in oilseed crops. Pages 359-389. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

28-paschalEH Paschal II, CE Rogers. 1980. Soybean breeding for resistance to foliage feeding arthropods. Pages 390-397. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

29-singhSR Singh. 1980. Biology of cowpea pests and potential for host plant resistance. Pages 398-421. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

30-od-smithOD Smith. 1980. Biology and breeding of peanut. Pages 422-430. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

31-dh-smithDH Smith. 1980. Disease resistance in peanuts. Pages 431-447. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

32-jw-smithJW Smith Jr. 1980. Arthropod resistance in peanuts in the United States. Pages 448-457. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

33-holtEC Holt, D Enkerlin. 1980. The biology and breeding of warm-season grasses for pest resistance. Pages 458-469. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

34-enkerlinD Enkerlin, JA Morales. 1980. The grass spittlebug complex in N.E. Mexico and possible control by resistant buffelgrass hybrids. Pages 470-494. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

35-tingeyWM Tingey. 1980. Breeding for arthropod resistance in vegetables. Pages 495-522. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

36-pikeLM Pike. 1980. Breeding for host plant resistance to disease in vegetables. Pages 523-527. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

37-cumminsJN Cummins, HS Aldwinkle. 1980. Breeding tree crops. Pages 528-545. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

38-lambRC Lamb, HS Aldwinkle. 1980. Breeding for disease and insect resistance in tree crops. Pages 546-560. In: MK Harris (editor). Biology and Breeding for Resistance to Arthropods and Pathogens in Agricultural Plants. The Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station, Texas and University of California, Agency for International Development, Pest Management Project, Berkeley CA USA, 605 pages.

David Pimentel (editor). 1975. Insects, Science, and Society. Academic Press, New York, 284 pages. (book by chapter)

Title pages Insects ScienceTitle pages, table of contents, preface

Subject Index Insect ScienceSubject Index Pages 279-284.

Evans Comstock HeritageHoward E. Evans. 1975. The Comstock Heritage. Pages xvii-xxv.

Introduction Insects ScienceDavid Pimentel. 1975. Introduction. Pages 1-10.

Chapter 1 McKelveyChapter 1. John J. McKelvey, Jr. 1975. Insects and human welfare. Pages 13-24. In: David Pimentel (editor). Insects, Science, and Society. Academic Press, New York, 284 pages.

Chapter 2 WilsonChapter 2. Edward O. Wilson. 1975. The evolutionary significance of the social insects. Pages 25-31. In: David Pimentel (editor). Insects, Science, and Society. Academic Press, New York, 284 pages.

Chapter 3 AlexanderChapter 3. Richard D. Alexander. 1975. Natural selection and specialized chorusing behavior in acoustical insects. Pages 35-77. In: David Pimentel (editor). Insects, Science, and Society. Academic Press, New York, 284 pages.

Chapter 4 RoelofsChapter 4. Wendell L. Roelofs. 1975. Insect communication—chemical. Pages 79-99. In: David Pimentel (editor). Insects, Science, and Society. Academic Press, New York, 284 pages.

Chapter 5 KennedyChapter 5. John S. Kennedy. 1975. Insect dispersal. Pages 103-119. In: David Pimentel (editor). Insects, Science, and Society. Academic Press, New York, 284 pages.

Chapter 6 PathakChapter 6. Mano D. Pathak. 1975. Utilization of insect –plant interactions in pest control. Pages 121-148. In: David Pimentel (editor). Insects, Science, and Society. Academic Press, New York, 284 pages.

Chapter 7 SouthwoodChapter 7. T. R. E. Southwood. 1975. The dynamics of insect populations. Pages 151-199. In: David Pimentel (editor). Insects, Science, and Society. Academic Press, New York, 284 pages.

Chapter 8 MessengerChapter 8. Powers S. Messenger. 1975. Parasites, predators, and population dynamics. Pages 201-223. In: David Pimentel (editor). Insects, Science, and Society. Academic Press, New York, 284 pages.

Chapter 9 KlassenChapter 9. Waldemar Klassen. 1975. Pest management: organization and resources for implementation. Pages 227-256. In: David Pimentel (editor). Insects, Science, and Society. Academic Press, New York, 284 pages.

Chapter 10 NewsomChapter 10. L. Dale Newsom. 1975. Pest management: concept to practice. Pages 257-277. In: David Pimentel (editor). Insects, Science, and Society. Academic Press, New York, 284 pages.

George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). 2000. Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.(book by chapters)

Title pages Emerging-1Title pages, contents, preface

List of conference participantsList of conference participants. Pages 514-526.

Chapter 1 KennedyChapter 1. George G. Kennedy. 2000. Perspectives on progress in IPM. Pages 1-11. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 2 SorensenChapter 2. Ann Sorensen, Esther Day, Patrick A. Stewart. 2000. Factors affecting the adoption of new technologies. Pages 12-31. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 3 ZornerChapter 3. Paul S. Zorner. 2000. Shifting agricultural and ecological context for IPM. Pages 32-41. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 4 SutulaChapter 4. C. L. Sutula. 2000. General overview of diagnostic technologies. Pages 42-51. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 5 HenkensChapter 5. Robert Henkens, Celia Bonaventura, Valentina Kazantseva, Mario Moreno, John O’Daly, Rebecca Sundseth, Steven Wegner, Marek Wojciechowski. 2000. Use of DNA technologies in diagnostics. Pages 52-66. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 6 RoeChapter 6. R. M. Roe, W. D. Bailey, F. Gould, C. E Sorenson, G. G. Kennedy, J. S. Bacheler, R. L. Rose, E. Hodgson, C. L. Sutula. 2000. Detection of resistant insects and IPM. Pages 67-84. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 7 StewartChapter 7. Sandy J. Stewart. 2000. Pathogen detection and pesticide use. Pages 85-93. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 8 SherrickChapter 8. Stewart Sherrick, Graham Head. 2000. General concepts, status, and potential of transgenic plants in IPM. Pages 94-100. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 9 BeachyChapter 9. Roger N. Beachy, Mohammed Bendahmane. 2000. Genetic engineering in IPM: a case history for virus disease resistance. Pages 101-107. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 10 FittChapter 10. Gary P. Fitt, L. J. Wilson. 2000. Genetic engineering in IPM: Bt cotton. Pages 108-125. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 11 HessChapter 11. F. Dan Hess, Sr., Stephen O. Duke. 2000. Genetic engineering in IPM: herbicide tolerance. Pages 126-140. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 12 BridgesChapter 12. David C. Bridges. 2000. Implications of pest-resistant/herbicide-tolerant plants for IPM. Pages 141-153. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 13 AndersenChapter 13. Janet L. Andersen, Elizabeth Milewski. 2000. Regulation of plant-pesticides: current status. Pages 154-162. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 14 FedericiChapter 14. Brian A. Federici. 2000. Genetically engineered pathogens of insects for IPM: concepts and status. Pages 163-176. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 15 FerroChapter 15. David N. Ferro. 2000. Success and failure of Bt products: Colorado potato beetle—a case study. Pages 177-189. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 16 GouldChapter 16. Fred Gould. 2000. Reassessing autocidal pest control. Pages 190-207. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 17 HoyChapter 17. Marjorie A. Hoy. 2000. Current status of biological control of insects. Pages 208-225. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 18 LandisChapter 18. Douglas A. Landis, Fabián D. Menalleed, Jana C. Lee, Dora M. Carmona, Amalia Pérez-Valdéz. 2000. Habitat management to enhance biological control. Pages 226-239. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 19 LoperChapter 19. Joyce E. Loper, Virginia O. Stockwell. 2000. Current status of biological control of plant disease. Pages 240-256. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 20 LigonChapter 20. James M. Ligon, Stephen T. Lam, Thomas D. Gaffney, D. Steven Hill, Phillip E. Hammer, Nancy Torkewitz, Tom Young, Dirk Hofmann, Hans-Joachim Kempf. 2000. Technologies for strain improvement for biological control of plant pathogens. Pages 257-268. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 21 RaghavanChapter 21. Raghavan Charudattan. 2000. Current status of biological control of weeds. Pages 269-288. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 22 MeneleyChapter 22. J. C. Meneley. 2000. Challenges to the commercialization of biological control technologies for IPM. Pages 289-304. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 23 JepsonChapter 23. Paul C. Jepson. 2000. Pesticides and IPM: concepts and reality. Pages 305-322. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 24 HallChapter 24. Franklin R. Hall. 2000. Delivering new crop protection agents within an IPM environment. Pages 323-338. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 25 CarrollChapter 25. N. Beth Carroll. 2000. Pesticide development in transition: crop protection and more. Pages 339-354. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 26 TedfordChapter 26. Eric Tedford, Richard A. Brown. 2000. Integrating new fungicide technologies in IPM. Pages 255-372. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 27 GunsolusChapter 27. Jeffrey L. Gunsolus, Thomas R. Hoverstad, Bruce D. Potter, Gregg A. Johnson. 2000. Assessing integrated weed management in terms of risk management and biological time constraints. Pages 373-383. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 28 BradleyChapter 28. J. R. Bradley, Jr. 2000. Integrating new insecticide technologies in IPM. Pages 384-399. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 29 DennehyChapter 29. T. J. Dennehy. 2000. Fulfilling the role of resistance management to preserve effectiveness of new insecticide technologies. Pages 400-417. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 30 EllsburyChapter 30. Michael M. Ellsbury, Sharon A. Clay, Shelby J. Fleischer, Laurence D. Chandler, S. M. Schneider. 2000. Use of GIS/GPS systems in IPM: progress and reality. Pages 418-438. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 31 MarinChapter 31. Douglas H. Marin, José Eduardo Soto, Roberto Valenciano. 2000. Geographical information systems and global positioning systems for optimizing banana production. Pages 439-541. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 32 RussoChapter 32. Joseph M. Russo. 2000. Weather forecasting for IPM. Pages 452-473. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 33 StinnerChapter 33. R. E. Stinner. 2000. Information management: past, present, and future. Pages 474-481. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 34 GoodellChapter 34. P. B. Goodell, F. G. Zalom. 2000. Delivering IPM: progress and challenges. Pages 482-496. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 35 MerriganChapter 35. Kathleen A. Merrigan. 2000. Politics, policy, and IPM. Pages 497-504. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.

Chapter 36 JacobsenChapter 36. Barry J. Jacobsen. 2000. Summary: international conference on emerging technologies for integrated pest management. Pages 505-513. In: George G. Kennedy, Turner B. Sutton (editors). Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. Proceedings of a Conference held March 8-10, 1999, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. American Phytopathological Society (APS) Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 526 pages.