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Food web x insecticide usage on rice Cohen, J.E., K. Schoenly, K.L. Heong, H. Justo, G. Arida, A.T. Barrion, and J.A. Litsinger. 1994. A food web approach to evaluating the effect of insecticide spraying on insect pest population dynamics in a Philippine rice irrigated ecosystem. Journal of Applied Ecology 31:747-763. J51

Rice food web dynamics at different elevations  Schoenly, K., J.E. Cohen, K.L. Heong, J.A. Litsinger, G.B. Aquino, A.T. Barrion, and G. Arida. 1996. Food web dynamics of irrigated rice fields at five elevations in Luzon, Philippines. Bulletin of Entomological Research 86:451-466. J58

Fallowing as pest control Schoenly, K.G., Cohen, J.E., Heong, K.L., Litsinger, J.A., Barrion A.T., and Arida, G.S. 2010. Fallowing did not disrupt invertebrate fauna in Philippine low-pesticide irrigated rice fields. Journal of Applied Ecology 47: 593-602. J84

Brown planthopper food web Barrion, A. T., P.C. Pantua, J.P. Bandong, C.G. dela Cruz, F.G. Raymundo, M.D. Lumaban, R.F. Apostol, and J.A. Litsinger. 1981. Foodweb of the rice brown planthopper in the Philippines. International Rice Research Newsletter 6(1): 13-15. N38

Schoenly Insecticides on Food Web Schoenly, K.G., J.E. Cohen, K.L. Heong, G.S. Arida, A.T. Barrion, and J.A. Litsinger. 1996. Quantifying the impact of insecticides on food web structure of rice-arthropod populations in a Philippine farmer’s irrigated field: a case study. pp. 343-351 in G. A. Polis & K. O. Winemiller (eds.). Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. Chapman & Hall, NY.   C45

Schoenly dgb 1998Kenneth Schoenly, Hilario D. Justo, Jr., Alberto T. Barrion, Marvin K. Harris, Dale G. Bottrell. 1998. Analysis of invertebrate biodiversity in a Philippine farmer’s irrigated rice field. Environmental Entomology 27 (5): 1125-1136.

Schoenly beaver 1991Kenneth Schoenly, R. A. Beaver, T. A. Heumier. 1991. On the trophic relations of insects: A food-web approach. The American Naturalist 137 (5): 597-638.

Rice blackbug food web Navarrete EDT, Barrion AT. 2007. The food web of the invasive rice black bugs of the world, Scotinophora spp., and its application to biological control. p. 361-385. In: Rice Black Bugs: Taxonomy, Ecology and Management of Invasive Species. R.C. Joshi, A.T. Barrion, L.S. Sebastian (eds.), Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija: Philippine Rice Research Institute, 793 p.

Heong Schoenly Food web Heong KL, Schoenly KG. 1998. Impact of insecticides on herbivore-natural enemy communities in tropical rice ecosystems. p. 381-403. In: Ecotoxicology: Pesticides and Beneficial Organisms. PT Haskell, P McEwen (eds). London: Chapman & Hall.

 

Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. 1996. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages. (book by chapter)

Title pages foodwebTitle pages

Introduction WinemillerIntroduction. Kirk O. Winemiller, Gary A. Polis. 1996. Pages 1-22. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Section I. Detritus and Nutrients.

Chapter 1 VanniChapter 1. Michael J. Vanni, Peter C. de Ruiter. 1996. Detritus and nutrients in food webs. Pages 25-29. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Chapter 2 BengtssonChapter 2. Janne Bengstsson, Heikki Setälä, David W. Zheng. 1996. Food webs and nutrient cycling in soils: Interactions and positive feedbacks. Pages 30-38. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Chapter 3 ColemanChapter 3. David C. Coleman. 1996. Energetics of detritivory and microbivory in soil in theory and practice. Pages 39-50. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Chapter 4 PorterChapter 4. Karen G. Porter. 1996. Integrating the microbial loop and the classic food chain into a realistic planktonic food web. Pages 51-59. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Chapter 5 GaedkeChapter 5. Ursula Gaedke, Dietmar Straile, Claudia Pahl-Wostl. 1996. Trophic structure and carbon flow dynamics in the pelagic community of a large lake. Pages 60-71. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Chapter 6 SternerChapter 6. Robert W. Sterner, James J. Elser, Thomas H. Chrzanowski, John H. Schampel, Nicolas B. George. 1996. Biogeochemistry and trophic ecology: A new food web diagram. Pages 72-80. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Chapter 7 VanniChapter 7. Michael J. Vanni. 1996. Nutrient transport and recycling by consumers in lake food webs: Implications for algal communities. Pages 81-95. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Chapter 8 SchindlerChapter 8. Daniel E. Schindler, Stephen R. Carpenter, Kathryn L. Cottingham, Xi He, James R. Hodgson, James F. Kitchell, Patricia A. Soranno. 1996. Food web structure and littoral zone coupling to pelagic trophic cascades. Pages 96-105. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Section II. Interaction of Productivity and Consumption

Chapter 9 DeAngelisChapter 9. Donald L. DeAngelis, Lennart Persson, Amy D. Rosemond. 1996. Interaction of productivity and consumption. Pages 109-112. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Chapter 10 AbramsChapter 10. Peter A. Abrams. 1996. Dynamics and interactions in food webs with adaptive foragers. Pages 113-121. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Chapter 11 ArditiChapter 11. Roger Arditi, Jerzy Michalski. 1996. Nonlinear food web models and their responses to increased basal productivity. Pages 122-133. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Chapter 12 OsenbergChapter 12. Craig W. Osenberg, Gray G. Mittelbach. 1996. The relative importance of resource limitation and predatory limitation in food chains. Pages 134-148. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Chapter 13 RosemondChapter 13. Amy D. Rosemond. 1996. Indirect effects of herbivores modify predicted effects of resources and consumption on plant biomass. Pages 149-159. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Chapter 14 SpillerChapter 14. David A. Spiller, Thomas W. Schoener. 1996. Food-web dynamics on some small subtropical islands: Effects of top and intermediate predators. Pages 160-169. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Chapter 15 StrongChapter 15. Donald R. Strong, John L. Maron, Peter G. Connors. 1996. Top down from underground? The unappreciated influence of subterranean food webs on above-ground ecology. Pages 170-175. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Section III. Causes and Effects

Chapter 16 BengtssonChapter 16. Janne Bengtsson, Neo Martinez. 1996. Causes and effects in food webs: Do generalities exist? Pages 179-184. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Chapter 17 RaffaelliChapter 17. David G. Raffaelli, Stephen J. Hall. 1996. Assessing the relative importance of trophic links in food webs? Pages 185-191. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Chapter 18 YodzisChapter 18. Peter Yodzis. 1996. Food webs and perturbation experiments: Theory and practice. Pages 192-200. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Chapter 19 De RuiterChapter 19. Peter C. De Ruiter, Anje-Margriet Neutel, John C. Moore. 1996. Energetics and stability in belowground food webs. Pages 201-210. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Chapter 20 HastingsChapter 20. Alan Hastings. 1996. What equilibrium behavior of Lotka-Volterra models does not tell us about food webs. Pages 211-217. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Chapter 21 MorinChapter 21. Peter J. Morin, Sharon P. Lawler. 1996. Effects of food chain length and omnivory on population dynamics in experimental food webs. Pages 218-230. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Chapter 22 OksanenChapter 22. Lauri Oksanen, Tarja Oksanen, Per Ekerholm, Jon Moen, Peter Lundberg, Michael Schneider, Maano Aunapuu. 1996. Structure and dynamics of arctic-subarctic grazing webs in relation to primary productivity. Pages 231-242. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Chapter 23 CousinsChapter 23. Steven H. Cousins. 1996. Food webs: From the Lindeman paradigm to a taxonomic general theory of ecology. Pages 243-251. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Section IV. Temporal and Spatial Scale

Chapter 24 HoltChapter 24. Robert D. Holt. 1996. Temporal and spatial aspects of feed web structure and dynamics. Pages 255-257. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Chapter 25 MengeChapter 25. Bruce A. Menge, Bryon Daley, P. A. Wheeler. 1996. Control and interaction strength in marine benthic communities. Pages 258-274. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Chapter 26 PolisChapter 26. Gary A. Polis, Stephen D. Hurd. 1996. Allochthonous input across habitats, subsidized consumers, and apparent trophic cascades: Examples from the ocean-land interface. Pages 275-285. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Chapter 27 PowerChapter 27. Mary E. Power, Michael S. Parker, J. Timothy Wootton. 1996. Disturbance and food chain length in rivers. Pages 286-297. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Chapter 28 WinemillerChapter 28. Kirk O. Winemiller. 1996. Factors driving temporal and spatial variation in aquatic floodplain food webs. Pages 298-312. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Chapter 29 HoltChapter 29. Robert D. Holt. 1996. Food webs in space: An island biogeographic perspective. Pages 313-323. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Section V. Food Web and Applied Problems

Chapter 30 CrowderChapter 30. Larry B. Crowder, Douglas P. Reagan, Diana W. Freckman. 1996. Food web dynamics and applied problems. Pages 327-336. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Chapter 31 EhlerChapter 31. L. E. Ehler. 1996. Structure and impact of natural enemy guilds in biological control of insect pests. Pages 337-342. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Chapter 32 SchoenlyChapter 32. Kenneth G. Schoenly, Joel E. Cohen, K. L. Heong, Gertrudo S. Arida, Alberto T. Barrion, James A. Litsinger. 1996. Quantifying the impact of insecticides on food web structure of rice-arthropod populations in a Philippine farmer’s irrigated field: A case study. Pages 343-351. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Chapter 33 ParsonsChapter 33. Timothy R. Parsons. 1996. The impact of industrial fisheries on the trophic structure of marine ecosystems. Pages 352-357. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Chapter 34 UlanowiczChapter 34. Robert E. Ulanowicz. 1996. Trophic flow networks as indicators of ecosystem stress. Pages 358-368. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Section VI. Syntheses

Chapter 35 AbramsChapter 35. Peter A. Abrams, Bruce A. Menge, Gary G. Mittelbach, David A. Spiller, Peter Yodzis. 1996. The role of indirect effects in food webs. Pages 371-395. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Chapter 36 PerssonChapter 36. Lennart Persson, Jan Bengtsson, Bruce A. Menge, Mary E. Power. 1996. Productivity and consumer regulation: Concepts, patterns, and mechanisms. Pages 396-434. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

Chapter 37 PolisChapter 37. Gary A. Polis, Robert D. Holt, Bruce A. Menge, Kirk O. Winemiller. 1996. Time, space, and life history: Influences on food webs. Pages 435-460. In: Gary A. Polis, Kirk O. Winemiller. Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics. New York: Chapman & Hall, 472 pages.

General Index foodwebsGeneral Index food webs. Pages 461-472.

 

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IRRN 2004 29 (1) 38-40W Zhang, Yongjun Feng, KG Schoenly. 2004. Nonparametric richness estimators of hierarchical arthropod taxa in irrigated rice fields. International Rice Research Notes 29 (1) 38-40.

IRRN 2004 29 (1) 40-42W Zhang, KG Schoenly. 2004. Lumping and correlation analyses of arthropod taxa in tropical irrigated rice fields. International Rice Research Notes 29 (1) 40-42.

IRRN 2004 29 (2) 32-34W Zhang, R Zhang, D Gu. 2004. A web-based software for randomization tests of cluster analysis of invertebrate biodiversity in a rice ecosystem. International Rice Research Notes 29 (2) 32-34.

IRRN 2004 29 (2) 40-42W Zhang, Qi Y, AT Barrion. 2004. Neural network approximations of sampling yield-effort curves of rice invertebrates. International Rice Research Notes 29 (2) 40-42.

IRRN 2004 29 (2) 43-45W Zhang, Y Qi. 2004. Between-habitat movement of rice arthropods and its ecological role. International Rice Research Notes 29 (2) 43-45.

IRRN 2004 29 (2) 45-47WJ Zhang, HX Wu, YH Qi. 2004. A generator of a web map of biological interactions for rice invertebrates. International Rice Research Notes 29 (2) 45-47.

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Roger & Kurihara 1988Roger PA, Y. Kurihara. 1988. Floodwater biology of tropical wetland ricefields. p. 275-300. In: Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Paddy Soil Fertility, 6-13 December 1988, Chiang Mai, Thailand.

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Hirata 1984 Benthiocarb herbicideH Hirata, S Yamasaki, E Kohirata.1984. Effects of benthiocarb herbicide on growth of planktonic organisms, Chlorella saccharophila and Brachionus plicatilis. Memoirs of the Faculty of Fisheries, Kagoshima University 33 (1): 51-56.

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Title pages v 23Title pages.

Author Index v 23Author Index. Pages 487-501.

Subject Index v 23Subject Index. Pages 502-514.

Chapter 1 RussellChapter 1. Louise M. Russell. 1978. Leland Ossian Howard: a historical review. Pages 1-15. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 23, 514 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 2 McLintockChapter 2. J. McLintock. 1978. Mosquito-virus relationships of American encephalitides. Pages 17-37. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 23, 514 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 3 BellottiChapter 3. Anthony Bellotti, Aart van Schoonhoven. 1978. Mite and insect pests of cassava. Pages 39-67. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 23, 514 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 4 LabeyrieChapter 4. Vincent Labeyrie. 1978. The significance of the environment in the control of insect fecundity. Pages 69-89. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 23, 514 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 5 FarberChapter 5. Paul Lawrence Farber. 1978. A historical perspective on the impact of insect systematics. Pages 91-99. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 23, 514 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 6 ChiangChapter 6. H. C. Chiang. 1978. Pest management in corn. Pages 101-123. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 23, 514 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 7 BedfordChapter 7. Geoffrey O. Bedford. 1978. Biology and ecology of the Phasmatodea. Pages 125-149. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 23, 514 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 8 FletcherChapter 8. David J. C. Fletcher. 1978. The African bee, Apis mellifera adansonii, in Africa. Pages 151-171. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 23, 514 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 9 ParkerChapter 9. G. A. Parker. 1978. Evolution of competitive mate searching. Pages 173-196. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 23, 514 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 10 GoncalvesChapter 10. Lionel Segui Gonςalves, Antonio Carlos Short. 1978. Honey bee improvement through behavioral genetics. Pages 197-213. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 23, 514 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 11 AkreChapter 11. Roger D. Akre, Harry G. Davis. 1978. Biology and pest status of venomous wasps. Pages 215-238. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 23, 514 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 12 BergChapter 12. Clifford O. Berg, Lloyd Knutson. 1978. Biology and systematics of the Sciomyzidae. Pages 239-258. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 23, 514 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 13 RoseChapter 13. D. J. W. Rose. 1978. Epidemiology of maize streak disease. Pages 259-282. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 23, 514 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 14 TobeChapter 14. Stephen S. Tobe, Peter A. Langley. 1978. Reproductive physiology of Glossina. Pages 283-307. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 23, 514 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 15 WhartonChapter 15. G. W. Wharton, A. Glenn Richards. 1978. Water vapor exchange kinetics in insects and acarines. Pages 309-328. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 23, 514 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 16 KeeleyChapter 16. L. L. Keeley. 1978. Endocrine regulation of fat body development and function. Pages 329-352. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 23, 514 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 17 DaviesChapter 17. John E. Davies, Ray F. Smith, Virgil Freed. 1978. Agromedical approach to pesticide management. Pages 353-366. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 23, 514 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 18 FrankieChapter 18. Gordon W. Frankie, L. E. Ehler. 1978. Ecology of insects in urban environments. Pages 367-387. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 23, 514 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 19 FriedmanChapter 19. Staley Friedman. 1978. Trehalose regulation, on aspect of metabolic homoestasis. Pages 389-407. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 23, 514 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 20 FerronChapter 20. P. Ferron. 1978. Biological control of insect pests by entomogenous fungi. Pages 409-442. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 23, 514 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 21 ElliottChapter 21. M. Elliot, N. F. Janes, C. Potter. 1978. The future of pyrethroids in insect control. Pages 443-469. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 23, 514 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 22 SeabrookChapter 22. W. D. Seabrook. 1978. Neurobiological contributions to understanding insect pheromone systems. Pages 471-485. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 23, 514 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

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Title pages ARE 1991Title pages.

Subject Index ARE 1991Subject Index. Pages 683-691.

Chapter 1 DevonshireChapter 1. Alan L. Devonshire, Linda M. Field. 1991. Gene amplification and insecticide resistance. Pages 1-23. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 36, 691 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 2 HaukiojaChapter 2. Erkki Haukioja. 1991. Induction of defenses in trees. Pages 25-42. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 36, 691 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 3 WaldbauerChapter 3. G. P. Waldbauer, S. Friedman. 1991. Self-selection of optimal diets by insects. Pages 43-63. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 36, 691 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 4 ThompsonChapter 4. John N. Thompson, Olle Pellmryr. 1991. Evolution of oviposition behavior and host preference in Lepidoptera. Pages 65-89. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 36, 691 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 5 LasotaChapter 5. Joan A. Lasota, Richard A. Dybas. 1991. Avermectins, a novel class of compounds: implications for use in arthropod pest control. Pages 91-117. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 36, 691 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 6 HokkanenChapter 6. Heikki M. T. Hokkanen. 1991. Trap cropping in pest management. Pages 119-138. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 36, 691 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 7 BowenChapter 7. M. F. Bowen. 1991. The sensory physiology of host-seeking behavior in mosquitoes. Pages 139-158. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 36, 691 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 8 HandlerChapter 8. Alfred M. Handler, David A. O’Brochta. 1991. Prospects for gene transformation in insects. Pages 159-183. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 36, 691 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 9 HellenthalChapter 9. Ronald A. Hellenthal, Roger D. Price. 1991. Biosystematics of the chewing lice of pocket gophers. Pages 185-203. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 36, 691 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 10 TelferChapter 10. William H. Telfer, Joseph G. Kunkel. 1991. The function and evolution of insect storage hexamers. Pages 205-228. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 36, 691 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 11 LevineChapter 11. Eli Levine, Hassan Oloumi-Sadeghi. 1991. Management of diabroticite rootworms in corn. Pages 229-255. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 36, 691 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 12 HerrenChapter 12. H. R. Herren, P. Neuenschwander. 1991. Biological control of cassava pests in Africa. Pages 257-283. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 36, 691 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 13 KunoChapter 13. Eizi Kuno. 1991. Sampling and analysis of insect populations. Pages 285-304. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 36, 691 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 14 GouldChapter 14. Fred Gould. 1991. Arthropod behavior and the efficacy of plant protectants. Pages 305-330. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 36, 691 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 15 ZacharukChapter 15. Russell Y. Zacharuk, Vonnie D. Shields. 1991. Sensilla of immature insects. Pages 331-354. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 36, 691 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 16 FoilChapter 16. L. D. Foil, C. J. Issel. 1991. Transmission of retroviruses by arthropods. Pages 355-381. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 36, 691 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 17 PotterChapter 17. Daniel A. Potter, S. Kristine Braman. 1991. Ecology and management of turfgrass insects. Pages 383-406. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 36, 691 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 18 McNeilChapter 18. Jeremy N. McNeil. 1991. Behavioral ecology of pheromone-mediated communication in moths and its importance in the use of pheromone traps. Pages 407-430. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 36, 691 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 19 ByrneChapter 19. David Byrne, Thomas S. Bellows, Jr. 1991. Whitefly biology. Pages 431-457. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 36, 691 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 20 RaiChapter 20. Karamjit S. Rai. 1991. Aedes albopictus in the Americas. Pages 459-484. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 36, 691 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 21 HowarthChapter 21. Francis G. Howarth. 1991. Environmental impacts of classical biological control. Pages 485-509. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 36, 691 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 22 MousseauChapter 22. Timothy A. Mousseau, Hugh Dingle. 1991. Maternal effects of insect life histories. Pages 511-534. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 36, 691 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 23 HespenheideChapter 23. H. A. Hespenheide. 1991. Bionomics of leaf-mining insects. Pages 535-560. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 36, 691 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 24 AndowChapter 24. D. A. Andow. 1991. Vegetational diversity and arthropod population response. Pages 561-586. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 36, 691 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 25 LaneChapter 25. R. S. Lane, J. Piesman, W. Burgdorfer. 1991. Lyme borreliosis: relation of its causative agent to its vectors and hosts in North America and Europe. Pages 587-609. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 36, 691 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 26 HouckChapter 26. M. A. Houck, B. M. OConnor. 1991. Ecological and evolutionary significance of phoresy in the Astigmata. Pages 611-636. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 36, 691 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 27 OhmartChapter 27. C. P. Ohmart, P. B. Edwards. 1991. Insect herbivory on Eucalyptus. Pages 637-657. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 36, 691 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 28 NeedhamChapter 28. Glen R. Needham, Pete D. Teel. 1991. Off-host physiological ecology of Ixodid ticks. Pages 659-681. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 36, 691 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

 

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