Integrated pest management (IPM)/ bio-ecological studies

Stern-et-al-1959-hilgardiaVernon M Stern, Ray F Smith, Robert van den Bosch, Kenneth S Hagen. 1959. The integrated control concept. Hilgardia 29 (2): 81-101.

Smith-hagen-1959-hilgardiaRay F Smith, Kenneth S Hagen. 1959. Impact of commercial insecticide treatments. Hilgardia 29 (2): 131-154.

Ray-Smith-biblio-memorialRay Smith the father of IPM and one of my  mentors.

Ray F Smith. 1971. The impact of the green revolution on plant protection in tropical and subtropical areas. The 1971 Founders’ Memorial Award Lecture. Bulletin of the Entomological Society of America 18:7-14.A.

National Research Council (USA). 1996. Ecologically Based Pest Management. Board on Agriculture. National Academy of Sciences Press, Washington DC. Committee on pest and pathogen control through management and biological control agents and enhanced cycles and natural processes, 144 pages. (book by chapters)

Title pages, cover, contents EcologicallyTitle pages

Executive SummaryExecutive Summary. Pages 1-10.

Index EcologicallyIndex. Pages 137-144.

About the authors EcologicallyAbout the authors. Pages 133-136.

References EcologicallyReferences. Ecologically Based Pest Management. Pages 117-132.

Chapter 1 EcologicallyChapter 1. Lessons from the past provide direction for the future. Pages 11-41. In: Ecologically Based Pest Management. National Research Council of the National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 144 pages.

Chapter 2 EcologicallyChapter 2. Defining and implementing ecologically based pest management. Pages 42-68. In: Ecologically Based Pest Management. National Research Council of the National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 144 pages.

Chapter 3 EcologicallyChapter 3. Accelerating research and development. Pages 69-95. In: Ecologically Based Pest Management. National Research Council of the National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 144 pages.

Chapter 4 EcologicallyChapter 4. Public oversight of ecologically based pest management. Pages 96-115. In: Ecologically Based Pest Management. National Research Council of the National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 144 pages.

Croft, S. C. Hoyt (editors). 1983. Integrated Management of Insect Pests of Pome and Stone Fruits. New York: John Wiley-Interscience, 454 pages. (book by chapters)

0 Title pagesTitle pages, table of contents, preface, list of contributors

subject indexSubject Index pages 449-454.

Chapter 1 CroftChapter 1. B. A. Croft. 1983. Introduction. Pages 1-18. In: B. A. Croft, S. C. Hoyt (editors). Integrated Management of Insect Pests of Pome and Stone Fruits. New York: John Wiley-Interscience, 454 pages.

Chapter 2 Croft & HullChapter 2. B. A. Croft, L. A. Hull. 1983. The orchard as an ecosystem. Pages 19-42. In: B. A. Croft, S. C. Hoyt (editors). Integrated Management of Insect Pests of Pome and Stone Fruits. New York: John Wiley-Interscience, 454 pages.

Chapter 3 HullChapter 3. L. A. Hull, G. M. Green II, D. Asquith, B. A. Croft. 1983. The orchard as a crop production system. Pages 43-66. In: B. A. Croft, S. C. Hoyt (editors). Integrated Management of Insect Pests of Pome and Stone Fruits. New York: John Wiley-Interscience, 454 pages.

Chapter 4 CroftChapter 4. B. A. Croft, D. C. Elfving, J. A. Flore. 1983. IPM and fruit-tree physiology and growth. Pages 67-92. In: B. A. Croft, S. C. Hoyt (editors). Integrated Management of Insect Pests of Pome and Stone Fruits. New York: John Wiley-Interscience, 454 pages.

Chapter 5 HoytChapter 5. S. C. Hoyt, J. R. Leeper, G. C. Brown, B. A. Croft. 1983. Basic biology and management components for insect IPM. Pages 93-151. In: B. A. Croft, S. C. Hoyt (editors). Integrated Management of Insect Pests of Pome and Stone Fruits. New York: John Wiley-Interscience, 454 pages.

Chapter 6 TanigoshiChapter 6. L. K. Tanigoshi, S. C. Hoyt, B. A. Croft. 1983. Basic biology and management components for mite pests and their natural enemies. Pages 153-202. In: B. A. Croft, S. C. Hoyt (editors). Integrated Management of Insect Pests of Pome and Stone Fruits. New York: John Wiley-Interscience, 454 pages.

Chapter 7 HoytChapter 7. S. C. Hoyt, L. K. Tanigoshi. 1983. Economic injury levels for apple insect and mite pests. Pages 203-218.  In: B. A. Croft, S. C. Hoyt (editors). Integrated Management of Insect Pests of Pome and Stone Fruits. New York: John Wiley-Interscience, 454 pages.

Chapter 8 Croft-BodeChapter 8. B. A. Croft, W. M. Bode. 1983. Tactics for deciduous fruit IPM. Pages 219-270. In: B. A. Croft, S. C. Hoyt (editors). Integrated Management of Insect Pests of Pome and Stone Fruits. New York: John Wiley-Interscience, 454 pages.

Chapter 9 ElfvingChapter 9. D. C. Elfving, S. M. Welch, G. R. Kroh. 1983. Apple tree modeling and IPM. Pages 271-307. In: B. A. Croft, S. C. Hoyt (editors). Integrated Management of Insect Pests of Pome and Stone Fruits. New York: John Wiley-Interscience, 454 pages.

Chapter 10 WelchChapter 10. S. M. Welch, J. A. Logan, P. D. Mowery. 1983. Biological control models for management of phytophagous mites. Pages 309-341. In: B. A. Croft, S. C. Hoyt (editors). Integrated Management of Insect Pests of Pome and Stone Fruits. New York: John Wiley-Interscience, 454 pages.

Chapter 11 WelchChapter 11. S. M. Welch, B. A. Croft. 1983. Models of direct fruit pests of apple. Pages 343-368. In: B. A. Croft, S. C. Hoyt (editors). Integrated Management of Insect Pests of Pome and Stone Fruits. New York: John Wiley-Interscience, 454 pages.

Chapter 12 Croft-WelchChapter 12. B. A. Croft, S. M. Welch. 1983. Implementation research on on-line apple IPM. Pages 369-409. In: B. A. Croft, S. C. Hoyt (editors). Integrated Management of Insect Pests of Pome and Stone Fruits. New York: John Wiley-Interscience, 454 pages.

Chapter 13 WhalonChapter 13. M. E. Whalon, B. A. Croft. 1983. Implementation of apple IPM. Pages 411-448. In: B. A. Croft, S. C. Hoyt (editors). Integrated Management of Insect Pests of Pome and Stone Fruits. New York: John Wiley-Interscience, 454 pages.

Reuven Reuveni (editor). 1995. Novel Approaches to Integrated Pest Management. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton FL, 369 pages. (book by chapters)

Title pages Novel AppTitle pages, content, preface

Index Novel appIndex. Pages 351-369.

Chapter 1 HallChapter 1.Robert Hall. 1995. Challenges and prospects of integrated pest management. Pages 1-19. In: Reuven Reuveni (editor), Novel Approaches to Integrated Pest Management. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton FL, 369 pages.

Chapter 2 ReuveniChapter 2. Reuven Reuveni. 1995. Biochemical markers as tools for screening resistance against plant pathogens. Pages 21-45. In: Reuven Reuveni (editor), Novel Approaches to Integrated Pest Management. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton FL, 369 pages.

Chapter 3 SchulzeChapter 3. Paul Schulze-Lefert. 1995. Isolation of genes for resistance in plants. Pages 47-74. In: Reuven Reuveni (editor), Novel Approaches to Integrated Pest Management. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton FL, 369 pages.

Chapter 4 DixeliusChapter 4. Christina Dixelius, Kristina Glimelius. 1995. The use of somatic hybridization for interspecific transfer of plant disease resistance. Pages 75-83. In: Reuven Reuveni (editor), Novel Approaches to Integrated Pest Management. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton FL, 369 pages.

Chapter 5 YeChapter 5. Xiang Sheng Ye, Norma Strobel, Joseph Kuċ. 1995. Induced systemic resistance (ISR): Activation of natural defense mechanisms for plant disease control as part of Integrated Pest Management (IPM). Pages 95-113. In: Reuven Reuveni (editor), Novel Approaches to Integrated Pest Management. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton FL, 369 pages.

Chapter 6 TuzunChapter 6. Sadik Tuzun, Joseph W. Kloepper. 1995. Potential application of plant growth-promoting Rhizobacteria to induce systemic disease resistance. Pages 115-127. In: Reuven Reuveni (editor), Novel Approaches to Integrated Pest Management. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton FL, 369 pages.

Chapter 7 SalomonChapter 7. Raffi Salomon. 1995. Interference in plant viral vector transmission by proteolytic modifications of the coat protein. Pages 129-138. In: Reuven Reuveni (editor), Novel Approaches to Integrated Pest Management. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton FL, 369 pages.

Chapter 8 PruskyChapter 8. Dov Prusky, Noel T. Keen. 1995. Inducible preformed compounds and their involvement in the resistance of plants to pathogens. Pages 139-151. In: Reuven Reuveni (editor), Novel Approaches to Integrated Pest Management. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton FL, 369 pages.

Chapter 9 BakerChapter 9. Ralph Baker, Gary J. Griffin. 1995. Molecular strategies for biological control of fungal plant pathogens. Pages 153-182. In: Reuven Reuveni (editor), Novel Approaches to Integrated Pest Management. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton FL, 369 pages.

Chapter 10 GreatheadChapter 10. David J. Greathead. 1995. Natural enemies in combination with pesticides for integrated pest management. Pages 183-197. In: Reuven Reuveni (editor), Novel Approaches to Integrated Pest Management. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton FL, 369 pages.

Chapter 11 RamakersChapter 11. Pierre M. J. Ramakers, Jean-Michel Rabasse. 1995. Integrated pest management in protected cultivation. Pages 199-229. In: Reuven Reuveni (editor), Novel Approaches to Integrated Pest Management. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton FL, 369 pages.

Chapter 12 ZechendorfChapter 12. B. Zechendorf. 1995. Biopesticides as integrated pest management strategy in agriculture. Pages 231-259. In: Reuven Reuveni (editor), Novel Approaches to Integrated Pest Management. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton FL, 369 pages.

Chapter 13 CunninghamChapter 13. John C. Cunningham. 1995. Baculoviruses as microbial insecticides. In: Reuven Reuveni (editor), Novel Approaches to Integrated Pest Management. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton FL, 369 pages.l insecticides. Pages 261-292.

Chapter 14 QuimbyChapter 14. P. C. Quimby, Jr., J. L. Birdsall. 1995. Fungal agents for biological control of weeds: classical and augmentative approaches. Pages 293-308. In: Reuven Reuveni (editor), Novel Approaches to Integrated Pest Management. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton FL, 369 pages.

Chapter 15 StapletonChapter 15. James J. Stapleton, James E. DeVay. 1995. Soil solarization: a natural mechanism of integrated pest management. Pages 309-322. In: Reuven Reuveni (editor), Novel Approaches to Integrated Pest Management. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton FL, 369 pages.

Chapter 16 EladChapter 16. Yigal Elad, Ilan Chet. 1995. Practical approaches for biocontrol implementation. Pages 323-338. In: Reuven Reuveni (editor), Novel Approaches to Integrated Pest Management. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton FL, 369 pages.

Chapter 17 RavivChapter 17. Michael Raviv, Reuven Reuveni. 1995. Modification of sunlight spectrum by greenhouse cladding materials for the control of foliar diseases. Pages 339-350. In: Reuven Reuveni (editor), Novel Approaches to Integrated Pest Management. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton FL, 369 pages.

Kilgore Wendell W., Richard L. Doutt. 1967. Pest Control: Biological, Physical, and Selected Chemical Methods. New York, Academic Press, 477 pages. (book by chapters)

Title pages Title pages

Author index Author index. Pages 455-470.

Subject index Subject index. Pages 471-477.

Chapter 1 Biocontrol Chapter 1. Richard L. Doutt. 1967. Biological control. Pages 3-30. In: Kilgore Wendell W., Richard L. Doutt. Pest Control: Biological, Physical, and Selected Chemical Methods. New York, Academic Press, 477 pages.

Chapter 2 Microbial Chapter 2. Y. Tanada. 1967. Microbial pesticides. Pages 31-88. In: Kilgore Wendell W., Richard L. Doutt. Pest Control: Biological, Physical, and Selected Chemical Methods. New York, Academic Press, 477 pages.

Chapter 3 Electromagnetic Chapter 3. Stuart O. Nelson. 1967. Electromagnetic energy. Pages 89-145. In: Kilgore Wendell W., Richard L. Doutt. Pest Control: Biological, Physical, and Selected Chemical Methods. New York, Academic Press, 477 pages.

Chapter 4 Radiation Chapter 4. Leo E. LaChance, C. H. Schimdt, R.C. Bushland. 1967. Radiation-induced sterilization. Pages 147-196. In: Kilgore Wendell W., Richard L. Doutt. Pest Control: Biological, Physical, and Selected Chemical Methods. New York, Academic Press, 477 pages.

Chapter 5 Chemosterilants Chapter 5. Wendell W. Kilgore. 1967. Chemosterilants. Pages 197-239. In: Kilgore Wendell W., Richard L. Doutt. Pest Control: Biological, Physical, and Selected Chemical Methods. New York, Academic Press, 477 pages.

Chapter 6 Pheromones Chapter 6. H. H. Shorey, L. K. Gaston 1967. Pheromones. Pages 241-265. In: Kilgore Wendell W., Richard L. Doutt. Pest Control: Biological, Physical, and Selected Chemical Methods. New York, Academic Press, 477 pages.

Chapter 7 Repellents Chapter 7. Ruth R. Painter. Repellents. 1967. Pages 267-285. In: Kilgore Wendell W., Richard L. Doutt. Pest Control: Biological, Physical, and Selected Chemical Methods. New York, Academic Press, 477 pages.

Chapter 8 Antifeedants Chapter 8. Donald P. Wright, Jr. 1967. Antifeedants. Pages 287-293. In: Kilgore Wendell W., Richard L. Doutt. Pest Control: Biological, Physical, and Selected Chemical Methods. New York, Academic Press, 477 pages.

Chapter 9 Integrated Chapter 9. Ray F. Smith, Robert van den Bosch. 1967. Integrated control. Pages 295-239. In: Kilgore Wendell W., Richard L. Doutt. Pest Control: Biological, Physical, and Selected Chemical Methods. New York, Academic Press, 477 pages.

Chapter 10 Biocontrol & Chemo Chapter 10. Walter E. Howard. 1967. Biocontrol and chemosterilants. Pages 343-386. In: Kilgore Wendell W., Richard L. Doutt. Pest Control: Biological, Physical, and Selected Chemical Methods. New York, Academic Press, 477 pages.

Chapter 11 Behavioral Chapter 11. Hubert Frings, Mable Frings. 1967. Behavioral manipulation (visual, mechanical, and acoustical). Pages 387-454. In: Kilgore Wendell W., Richard L. Doutt. Pest Control: Biological, Physical, and Selected Chemical Methods. New York, Academic Press, 477 pages.

Stephen Morse and William Buhler. 1997. Integrated Pest Management: Ideals and Realities in Developing Countries. London, Lynne Rienner Publishers, 171 pages. (book by chapters)

0 Cover-Morse0 Cover, title page, contents, about this book

Introduction-MorseIntroduction. Pages 1-5

Chapter 1-MorseChapter 1. The rise and rise of IPM. Pages 7-32.

Chapter 2-MorseChapter 2. IPM, pesticides, and knowledge. Pages 33-59.

Chapter 3-MorseChapter 3. The genesis of the IPM ideal. Pages 61-78.

Chapter 4-MorseChapter 4. Making IPM work. Pages 79-101.

Chapter 5-MorseChapter 5. IPM: forever new. Pages 103-126.

Chapter 6-MorseChapter 6. Resource-poor farmers and IPM. Pages 127-140.

Chapter 7-MorseChapter 7. Realistic crop protection: a new road? Pages 141-152.

References-MorseReferences. Pages 153-166.

Index-MorseIndex. Pages 167-170.

Robert L Metcalf and William H Luckman. 1975. Introduction to Insect Pest Management. New York, John Wiley and Sons, 587 pages. (book by chapter)

Chapter 0Chapter 0. Title

Chapter 1Chapter 1. William H Luckman and Robert L Metcalf. 1975. The pest-management concept. Pages 3-35. In: RL Metcalf and WH Luckman. New York, John Wiley and Sons, 587 pages.

Chapter 2Chapter 2. Peter W Price and Gilbert P Waldbauer. 1975. Ecological aspects of pest management. Pages37-73. In: RL Metcalf and WH Luckman. New York, John Wiley and Sons, 587 pages.

Chapter 3Chapter 3. JC Headley. 1975. The economics of pest management. Pages 75-99. In: RL Metcalf and WH Luckman. New York, John Wiley and Sons, 587 pages.

Chapter 4Chapter 4. Marcos Kogan. 1975. Plant resistance in pest management. Pages 103-146. In: RL Metcalf and WH Luckman. New York, John Wiley and Sons, 587 pages.

Chapter 5Chapter 5. FW Stehr. 1975. Parasitoids and predators in pest management. Pages 147-188. In: RL Metcalf and WH Luckman. New York, John Wiley and Sons, 587 pages.

Chapter 6Chapter 6. JV Maddox. 1975. Use of diseases in pest management. Pages 189-233. In: RL Metcalf and WH Luckman. New York, John Wiley and Sons, 587 pages.

Chapter 7Chapter 7. Robert L Metcalf. 1975. Insecticides in pest management. Pages 235-273. In: RL Metcalf and WH Luckman. New York, John Wiley and Sons, 587 pages.

Chapter 8Chapter 8. Robert L Metcalf and Robert A Metcalf. 1975. Attractants, repellents, and genetic control in pest management. Pages 275-306. In: RL Metcalf and WH Luckman. New York, John Wiley and Sons, 587 pages.

Chapter 9Chapter 9. William G Ruesink and Marcos Kogan. 1975. The quantitative basis of pest management: sampling and measuring. Pages 309-351. In: RL Metcalf and WH Luckman. New York, John Wiley and Sons, 587 pages.

Chapter 10Chapter 10. William G Ruesink. 1975. Analysis and modeling in pest management. Pages 353-376. In: RL Metcalf and WH Luckman. New York, John Wiley and Sons, 587 pages.

Chapter 11Chapter 11. HT Reynolds, PL Adkisson, and Ray F Smith. 1975. Cotton insect pest management. Pages 379-443. In: RL Metcalf and WH Luckman. New York, John Wiley and Sons, 587 pages.

Chapter 12Chapter 12. Edward J Armbrust and George G Gyrisco. 1975. Forage crops insect pest management. Pages 445-469. In: RL Metcalf and WH Luckman. New York, John Wiley and Sons, 587 pages.

Chapter 13Chapter 13. BA Croft. 1975. Tree fruit pest management. Pages 471-507. In: RL Metcalf and WH Luckman. New York, John Wiley and Sons, 587 pages.

Chapter 14Chapter 14. Ronald W Stark. 1975. Forest insect pest management. Pages 509-528. In: RL Metcalf and WH Luckman. New York, John Wiley and Sons, 587 pages.

Chapter 15Chapter 15. Robert L Metcalf. 1975. Pest-management strategies for the control of insects affecting man and domestic animals. Pages 529-564. In: RL Metcalf and WH Luckman. New York, John Wiley and Sons, 587 pages.

Chapter 16Chapter 16. William H Luckman. 1975. Pest management and the future. Pages 567-570.  In: RL Metcalf and WH Luckman. New York, John Wiley and Sons, 587 pages.

IndexIndex Pages 571-587.

Frank G. Zalom and William E Fry. 1993. Food, Crop Pests, and the Environment: The Need and Potential for Biologically Intensive Integrated Pest Management. First edition 1992. The American Phytopathological Society, APS Press, St. Paul, Minnesota USA 179 pages. (book by chapters)

Chapter 0Chapter 0.  Cover, title page, preface, contents

Chapter 1Chapter 1. Frank G. Zalom, Richard E. Ford,  Raymond E. Frisbie, C. Richard Edwards, James P. Tette. 1993. Integrated pest management: addressing the economic and environmental issues of contemporary agriculture. Pages 1-12.

Chapter 2Chapter 2. C. Richard Edwards and Richard E. Ford. 1993. Integrated pest management in the corn/soybean agroecosystem. Pages 13-55.

Chapter 3Chapter 3. Raymond E. Frisbie, D.D. Hardee, L.T. Wilson. 1993. Biologically intensive integrated pest management: future choices for cotton. Pages 57-81.

Chapter 4Chapter 4. James P. Tette and Barry J. Jacobsen. 1993. Biologically intensive pest management in the tree fruit system. Pages 83-105.

Chapter 5Chapter 5. Frank G. Zalom and William E. Fry. 1993. Biologically intensive IPM for vegetable crops. Pages 107-165.

Chapter 6Chapter 6. Edward H. Glass. 1993. Constraints to the implementation and adoption of IPM. Pages 167-174.

Appendix IAppendix I. Pages 175-177.

Literature CitedLiterature Cited. Pages 178-179.

GJ Persley (Editor). 1996. Biotechnology and Integrated Pest Management. Biotechnology in Agriculture No. 15, CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon UK OX10 8DE, 475 pages. (book by chapter)

Chapter 0 CoverChapter 0. Title, cover, contents, preface

Chapter 1 WhittenChapter 1. Max J Whitten, Richard A Jefferson, and David Dall. 1996. Needs and opportunities. Pages 1-36. In: GJ Persley. 1996. Biotechnology and Integrated Pest Management. Biotechnology in Agriculture No. 15, CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon UK OX10 8DE, 475 pages.

Chapter 2 WaageChapter 2. Jeff Waage. 1996. Integrated pest management and biotechnology: an analysis of their potential for integration. Pages 37-60. In: GJ Persley. 1996. Biotechnology and Integrated Pest Management. Biotechnology in Agriculture No. 15, CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon UK OX10 8DE, 475 pages.

Chapter 3 Lim Guan SoonChapter 3. Lim Guan Soon. 1996. Integrated pest management in developing countries. Pages 61-75. In: GJ Persley. 1996. Biotechnology and Integrated Pest Management. Biotechnology in Agriculture No. 15, CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon UK OX10 8DE, 475 pages.

Chapter 4 KenmoreChapter 4. Peter E Kenmore. 1996. Integrated pest management in rice. Pages 76-97. In: GJ Persley. 1996. Biotechnology and Integrated Pest Management. Biotechnology in Agriculture No. 15, CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon UK OX10 8DE, 475 pages.

Chapter 5 MoscardiChapter 5. Flavio Moscardi and DR Sosa-Gómez. Pages 98-112. In: GJ Persley. 1996. Biotechnology and Integrated Pest Management. Biotechnology in Agriculture No. 15, CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon UK OX10 8DE, 475 pages.

Chapter 6 KatreChapter 6. Nandini V Katre. 1996. India: an overview. Pages 113-135. In: GJ Persley. 1996. Biotechnology and Integrated Pest Management. Biotechnology in Agriculture No. 15, CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon UK OX10 8DE, 475 pages.

Chapter 7 HerrenChapter 7. Hans R Herren. 1996. Cassava and  cowpea in  Africa. Pages 136-149. In: GJ Persley. 1996. Biotechnology and Integrated Pest Management. Biotechnology in Agriculture No. 15, CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon UK OX10 8DE, 475 pages.

Chapter 8 MarroneChapter 8. Pamela Marrone. 1996. Biological products for integrated pest management. Pages 150-163. In: GJ Persley. 1996. Biotechnology and Integrated Pest Management. Biotechnology in Agriculture No. 15, CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon UK OX10 8DE, 475 pages.

Chapter 9 HoyChapter 9. Marjorie A Hoy. 1996. Novel arthropod biological control agents. Pages 164-185. In: GJ Persley. 1996. Biotechnology and Integrated Pest Management. Biotechnology in Agriculture No. 15, CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon UK OX10 8DE, 475 pages.

Chapter 10 NelsonChapter 10. Rebecca J Nelson. 1996. Marker-assisted plant breeding. Pages 186-204. In: GJ Persley. 1996. Biotechnology and Integrated Pest Management. Biotechnology in Agriculture No. 15, CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon UK OX10 8DE, 475 pages.

Chapter 11 BuddenhagenChapter 11. Ivan W Buddenhagen. 1996. Modern plant breeding: an overview. Pages 205-213. In: GJ Persley. Biotechnology and Integrated Pest Management. Biotechnology in Agriculture No. 15, CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon UK OX10 8DE, 475 pages.

Chapter 12 FischhoffChapter 12. David A Fischhoff. 1996. Pages 214-227. In: GJ Persley. Biotechnology and Integrated Pest Management. Biotechnology in Agriculture No. 15, CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon UK OX10 8DE, 475 pages.

Chapter 13 PeacockChapter 13. W James Peacock, DJ Llewellyn, and GP Fitt. 1996. Cotton in Australia. Pages 228-233. In: GJ Persley. Biotechnology and Integrated Pest Management. Biotechnology in Agriculture No. 15, CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon UK OX10 8DE, 475 pages.

Chapter 14 BeachyChapter 14. Roger N Beachy. 1996. Virus-resistant transgenic plants. Pages 234-241. In: GJ Persley. Biotechnology and Integrated Pest Management. Biotechnology in Agriculture No. 15, CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon UK OX10 8DE, 475 pages.

Chapter 15 RoushChapter 15. Richard T Roush. 1996. Can we slow adaptation by pests to insect transgenic crops? Pages 242-263. In: GJ Persley. Biotechnology and Integrated Pest Management. Biotechnology in Agriculture No. 15, CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon UK OX10 8DE, 475 pages.

Chapter 16 GouldChapter 16. Fred Gould. 1996. Deploying pesticidal engineered crops in developing countries. Pages 264-293. In: GJ Persley. Biotechnology and Integrated Pest Management. Biotechnology in Agriculture No. 15, CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon UK OX10 8DE, 475 pages.

Chapter 17 WhalonChapter 17. Mark E Whalon. 1996. New diagnostics. Pages 294-303. In: GJ Persley. Biotechnology and Integrated Pest Management. Biotechnology in Agriculture No. 15, CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon UK OX10 8DE, 475 pages.

Chapter 18 IrwinChapter 18. Michael E Irwin and Lowell R Nault. 1996. Virus/vector control. Pages 304-322. In: GJ Persley. Biotechnology and Integrated Pest Management. Biotechnology in Agriculture No. 15, CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon UK OX10 8DE, 475 pages.

Chapter 19 EvansChapter 19. Elizabeth Evans. 1996. Insect vector control. Pages 323-338. In: GJ Persley. Biotechnology and Integrated Pest Management. Biotechnology in Agriculture No. 15, CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon UK OX10 8DE, 475 pages.

Chapter 20 CurtisChapter 20. Christopher F Curtis. Insect vectors of human diseases. Pages 339-351. In: GJ Persley. Biotechnology and Integrated Pest Management. Biotechnology in Agriculture No. 15, CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon UK OX10 8DE, 475 pages.

Chapter 21 RodriguesChapter 21. Veronica Rodrigues and K Vijay Raghavan. 1996. Molecular genetics. Pages 352-366. In: GJ Persley. Biotechnology and Integrated Pest Management. Biotechnology in Agriculture No. 15, CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon UK OX10 8DE, 475 pages.

Chapter 22 MiflinChapter 22. Ben Miflin. 1996. A view from industry. Pages 367-386. In: GJ Persley. Biotechnology and Integrated Pest Management. Biotechnology in Agriculture No. 15, CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon UK OX10 8DE, 475 pages.

Chapter 23 PersleyChapter 23. Gabrielle J Persley, Gary Toenniessen and Peter Dart. 1996. Summary and future directions. Pages 387-394. In: GJ Persley. Biotechnology and Integrated Pest Management. Biotechnology in Agriculture No. 15, CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon UK OX10 8DE, 475 pages.

References (Centralized)References (Centralized). Pages 395-460. In: GJ Persley. Biotechnology and Integrated Pest Management. Biotechnology in Agriculture No. 15, CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon UK OX10 8DE, 475 pages.

IndexIndex. Pages 461-475. In: GJ Persley. Biotechnology and Integrated Pest Management. Biotechnology in Agriculture No. 15, CAB International, Wallingford, Oxon UK OX10 8DE, 475 pages.

J Lawrence Apple, Ray F Smith (editors). 1976. Integrated Pest Management. Plenum Press, New York, 200 pages. ISBN 0306309297 (book by chapter)

0-title-page Title page, contents, preface, index

1-Smith Ray F Smith, J Lawrence Apple, Dale G Bottrell. 1976. The origins of integrated pest management concepts for agricultural crops. Pages 1-16. In: J Lawrence Apple, Ray F Smith (editors). Integrated Pest Management. Plenum Press, New York, 200 pages.

2-Norgaard Richard B Norgaard. 1976. Integrating economics and pest management. Pages 17-27. In: J Lawrence Apple, Ray F Smith (editors). Integrated Pest Management. Plenum Press, New York, 200 pages.

3-Furtick William R Furtick. 1976. Implementing pest management programs: an international perspective. Pages 29-38. In: J Lawrence Apple, Ray F Smith (editors). Integrated Pest Management. Plenum Press, New York, 200 pages.

4-Glass Edward H Glass. 1976. Pest management: principles and philosophy. Pages 39-50. In: J Lawrence Apple, Ray F Smith (editors). Integrated Pest Management. Plenum Press, New York, 200 pages.

5-Corbet Philip S Corbet. 1976. Pest management in ecological perspective. Pages 51-57. In: J Lawrence Apple, Ray F Smith (editors). Integrated Pest Management. Plenum Press, New York, 200 pages.

6-Wilhelm Stephen Wilhelm. 1976. The agroecosystem: a simplified plant community. Pages 59-70. In: J Lawrence Apple, Ray F Smith (editors). Integrated Pest Management. Plenum Press, New York, 200 pages.

7-Rabb RL Rabb, FA Todd, HC Ellis. 1976. Tobacco pest management. Pages 71-106. In: J Lawrence Apple, Ray F Smith (editors). Integrated Pest Management. Plenum Press, New York, 200 pages.

8-Demichele DW DeMichele, Dale G Bottrell. 1976. Systems approach to cotton insect pest management. Pages 107-132. In: J Lawrence Apple, Ray F Smith (editors). Integrated Pest Management. Plenum Press, New York, 200 pages.

9-Hoyt SC Hoyt, JD Gilpatrick. 1976. Pest management on deciduous fruits: multidisciplinary aspects. Pages 133-147. In: J Lawrence Apple, Ray F Smith (editors). Integrated Pest Management. Plenum Press, New York, 200 pages.

10-Waters William E Waters, Ellis B Cowling. 1976. Integrated forest pest management: a silvicultural necessity. Pages 149-177. In: J Lawrence Apple, Ray F Smith (editors). Integrated Pest Management. Plenum Press, New York, 200 pages.

11-Apple J Lawrence Apple, Ray F Smith. 1976. Progress, problems, and prospects for integrated pest management. Pages 179-196. In: J Lawrence Apple, Ray F Smith (editors). Integrated Pest Management. Plenum Press, New York, 200 pages.

RL Rabb, FE Guthrie (editors). 1970. Concepts of Pest Management. Proceedings of a Conference held at North Carolina State University at Raleigh, Raleigh, North Carolina March 25-27, 1970, 242 pages. (book by chapter)

0-Title-page-contents Title page, preface, participants, contents, cover

1-Rabb RL Rabb. 1970. Introduction to the Conference. Pages 1-5. In: RL Rabb, FE Guthrie (editors). 1970. Concepts of Pest Management. Proceedings of a Conference held at North Carolina State University at Raleigh, Raleigh, North Carolina March 25-27, 1970, 242 pages.

2-Southwood & Way TRE Southwood, MJ Way. 1970. Ecological background to pest management. Pages 6-29. In: RL Rabb, FE Guthrie (editors). 1970. Concepts of Pest Management. Proceedings of a Conference held at North Carolina State University at Raleigh, Raleigh, North Carolina March 25-27, 1970, 242 pages.

3-Strickland AH Strickland. 1970. Some economic principles of pest management. Pages 30-44. In: RL Rabb, FE Guthrie (editors). 1970. Concepts of Pest Management. Proceedings of a Conference held at North Carolina State University at Raleigh, Raleigh, North Carolina March 25-27, 1970, 242 pages.

4-Clark LR Clark. 1970. Analysis of pest situations through the life systems approach. Pages 46-58. In: RL Rabb, FE Guthrie (editors). 1970. Concepts of Pest Management. Proceedings of a Conference held at North Carolina State University at Raleigh, Raleigh, North Carolina March 25-27, 1970, 242 pages.

5-Varley GC Varley. 1970. The need for life tables for parasites and predators. Pages 59-70. In: RL Rabb, FE Guthrie (editors). 1970. Concepts of Pest Management. Proceedings of a Conference held at North Carolina State University at Raleigh, Raleigh, North Carolina March 25-27, 1970, 242 pages.

6-Watt Kenneth EF Watt. 1970. tThe systems point of view in pest management. Pages 71-83. In: RL Rabb, FE Guthrie (editors). 1970. Concepts of Pest Management. Proceedings of a Conference held at North Carolina State University at Raleigh, Raleigh, North Carolina March 25-27, 1970, 242 pages.

7-Messenger PS Messenger. 1970. Bioclimatic inputs to biological control and pest management programs. Pages 84-102. In: RL Rabb, FE Guthrie (editors). 1970. Concepts of Pest Management. Proceedings of a Conference held at North Carolina State University at Raleigh, Raleigh, North Carolina March 25-27, 1970, 242 pages.

8-Smith Ray F Smith. 1970. Pesticides: their use and limitations in pest management. Pages 103-118. In: RL Rabb, FE Guthrie (editors). 1970. Concepts of Pest Management. Proceedings of a Conference held at North Carolina State University at Raleigh, Raleigh, North Carolina March 25-27, 1970, 242 pages.

9-Whitten MJ Whitten. 1970. Genetics of pests in their management. Pages 119-137. In: RL Rabb, FE Guthrie (editors). 1970. Concepts of Pest Management. Proceedings of a Conference held at North Carolina State University at Raleigh, Raleigh, North Carolina March 25-27, 1970, 242 pages.

10-Pathak MD Pathak. 1970. Genetics of plants in pest management. Pages 138-157. In: RL Rabb, FE Guthrie (editors). 1970. Concepts of Pest Management. Proceedings of a Conference held at North Carolina State University at Raleigh, Raleigh, North Carolina March 25-27, 1970, 242 pages.

11-Beirne Bryan P Beirne. 1970. The practical feasibility of pest management systems. Pages 158-169. In: RL Rabb, FE Guthrie (editors). 1970. Concepts of Pest Management. Proceedings of a Conference held at North Carolina State University at Raleigh, Raleigh, North Carolina March 25-27, 1970, 242 pages.

12-Geier PW Geier. 1970. Temporary suppression, population management, or eradication: how and when to chose. Pages 170-190. In: RL Rabb, FE Guthrie (editors). 1970. Concepts of Pest Management. Proceedings of a Conference held at North Carolina State University at Raleigh, Raleigh, North Carolina March 25-27, 1970, 242 pages.

13-Corbet Philip S Corbet. 1970. Pest management: objectives and prospects on a global scale. Pages 191-208. In: RL Rabb, FE Guthrie (editors). 1970. Concepts of Pest Management. Proceedings of a Conference held at North Carolina State University at Raleigh, Raleigh, North Carolina March 25-27, 1970, 242 pages.

14-Pimentel David Pimentel. 1970. Training in pest management and the “systems approach” to control. Pages 209-226. In: RL Rabb, FE Guthrie (editors). 1970. Concepts of Pest Management. Proceedings of a Conference held at North Carolina State University at Raleigh, Raleigh, North Carolina March 25-27, 1970, 242 pages.

15-Huffaker CB Huffaker. 1970. Summary of a pest management conference—a critique. Pages 227-242. In: RL Rabb, FE Guthrie (editors). 1970. Concepts of Pest Management. Proceedings of a Conference held at North Carolina State University at Raleigh, Raleigh, North Carolina March 25-27, 1970, 242 pages.

HF van Emden (editor). 1973. Insect-Plant Relationships. Proceedings of a symposium held in Imperial College 16-17 September 1971. Symposium of the Royal Entomological Society of London: Number 6, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, 215 pages. (book by chapter)

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1-Southwood TRE Southwood. 1973. The insect-plant relationship – an evolutionary perspective. Pages 3-30. In: HF van Emden (editor). Insect-Plant Relationships. Proceedings of a symposium held in Imperial College 16-17 September 1971. Symposium of the Royal Entomological Society of London: Number 6, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, 215 pages.

2-Osborne Daphne J Osborne. 1973. Mutual regulation of growth and development in plants and insects. Pages 33-42. In: HF van Emden (editor). Insect-Plant Relationships. Proceedings of a symposium held in Imperial College 16-17 September 1971. Symposium of the Royal Entomological Society of London: Number 6, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, 215 pages.

3-Tinsley TW Tinsley. 1973. Origins of vector-borne plant viruses. Pages 43-50. In: HF van Emden (editor). Insect-Plant Relationships. Proceedings of a symposium held in Imperial College 16-17 September 1971. Symposium of the Royal Entomological Society of London: Number 6, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, 215 pages.

4-Yeo PF Yeo. 1973. Floral allurements for pollinating insects. Pages 51-57. In: HF van Emden (editor). Insect-Plant Relationships. Proceedings of a symposium held in Imperial College 16-17 September 1971. Symposium of the Royal Entomological Society of London: Number 6, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, 215 pages.

5-Rothschild Miriam Rothschild. 1973. Secondary plant substances and warning colouration in insects. Pages 59-83. In: HF van Emden (editor). Insect-Plant Relationships. Proceedings of a symposium held in Imperial College 16-17 September 1971. Symposium of the Royal Entomological Society of London: Number 6, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, 215 pages.

6-Schoonhoven LM Schoonhoven. 1973. Plant recognition by lepidopterous larvae. Pages 87-99. In: HF van Emden (editor). Insect-Plant Relationships. Proceedings of a symposium held in Imperial College 16-17 September 1971. Symposium of the Royal Entomological Society of London: Number 6, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, 215 pages.

7-Wood DL Wood. 1973. Selection and colonization of ponderosa pine by bark beetles. Pages 101-117. In: HF van Emden (editor). Insect-Plant Relationships. Proceedings of a symposium held in Imperial College 16-17 September 1971. Symposium of the Royal Entomological Society of London: Number 6, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, 215 pages.

8-Coaker-Finch TH Coaker, S Finch. 1973. The association of the cabbage rootfly with its food and host plants. Pages 119-128. In: HF van Emden (editor). Insect-Plant Relationships. Proceedings of a symposium held in Imperial College 16-17 September 1971. Symposium of the Royal Entomological Society of London: Number 6, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, 215 pages.

9-Kennedy-Fosbrooke JS Kennedy, IHM Fosbrooke. 1973. The plant in the life of an aphid. Pages 129-140. In: HF van Emden (editor). Insect-Plant Relationships. Proceedings of a symposium held in Imperial College 16-17 September 1971. Symposium of the Royal Entomological Society of London: Number 6, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, 215 pages.

10-Smart-Hughes John Smart, NF Hughes. 1973. The insect and the plant:  progressive palaeocological integration. Pages 143-155. In: HF van Emden (editor). Insect-Plant Relationships. Proceedings of a symposium held in Imperial College 16-17 September 1971. Symposium of the Royal Entomological Society of London: Number 6, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, 215 pages.

11-Eastop VF Eastop. 1973. Deductions from the present day host plants of aphids and related insects. Pages 157-178. In: HF van Emden (editor). Insect-Plant Relationships. Proceedings of a symposium held in Imperial College 16-17 September 1971. Symposium of the Royal Entomological Society of London: Number 6, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, 215 pages.

12-van-Emden-Way HF van Emden, MJ Way. 1973. Host plants in the population dynamics of insects. Pages 181-199. In: HF van Emden (editor). Insect-Plant Relationships. Proceedings of a symposium held in Imperial College 16-17 September 1971. Symposium of the Royal Entomological Society of London: Number 6, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, 215 pages.

13-Harris P Harris. 1973. Insects in the population dynamics of plants. Pages 201-209. In: HF van Emden (editor). Insect-Plant Relationships. Proceedings of a symposium held in Imperial College 16-17 September 1971. Symposium of the Royal Entomological Society of London: Number 6, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, 215 pages.

14-van-Emden HF van Emden. 1973. General discussion. Pages 211-213. In: HF van Emden (editor). Insect-Plant Relationships. Proceedings of a symposium held in Imperial College 16-17 September 1971. Symposium of the Royal Entomological Society of London: Number 6, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, 215 pages.

Clark-1979 LR Clark, RL Kitching, PW Geier. 1979. On the scope and value of ecology. Protection Ecology 1: 223-243.

Geier-clark-1979 PW Geier, LR Clark. 1979. The nature and future of pest control: production process or applied ecology. Protection Ecology 1: 79-101.

Geier-1982a PW Geier. 1982a. The concept of pest management: integrated approaches to pest management. Protection Ecology 4: 247-250.

Geier-1982b PW Geier. 1982b. The concept of pest management: economic threshold levels of losses. Protection Ecology 4: 239-246.

Geeier-1982c PW Geier. 1982c. The concept of pests. Protection Ecology 4: 173-178.

Geeier-1982d PW Geier. 1982d. ‘Social’ aspects of pest control. Protection Ecology 4: 251-256.

Geier-1983 PW Geier, LR Clark, DT Briese. 1983. Principles for the control of arthropod pests. I. Elements and functions involved in pest control. Protection Ecology 5: 1-96.

Grigarick-1984 AA Grigarick. 1984. General problems with rice invertebrate pests and their control in the United States. Protection Ecology 7: 105-214.

Heinrichs-mochida-1984 EA Heinrichs, O Mochida.1984. From secondary to major pest status: the case of insecticide-induced rice brown planthopper, Nilaparvata lugens, resurgence. Protection Ecology 7: 201-218.

Tan-1984 Keng Hong Tan, Chua Tock Hing, Lim Guan Soon, Aun Chuan Peter Ooi, KI Sudderuddin. 1982. The ecology of pests: insects. Protection Ecology 4: 179-199.

Ishikura-1984 Hidetsugu Ishikura. 1984. Role of insecticides in the control of rice pests. Protection Ecology 7:  115-127.

Keerthisinghe-1984 CI Keerthisinghe. 1984. Fiducial inference in economic thresholds. Protection Ecology 6: 85-90.

Kuno-1984 Eizi Kuno. 1984. Pest status and control of rice planthopper and leafhopper populations in Japan. Protection Ecology 7: 129-145.

Miller-1983 Alan Miller. 1983. Integrated pest management: psychosocial constraints. Protection Ecology 5: 253-267.

Mochida-1982 O Mochida. 1982. Pest management in small farms. Protection Ecology 4: 265-275.

Reissig-1981 WH Reissig, EA Heinrichs, L Antonio, MM Salac, AC Santiago, AM Tenorio. 1981. Management of pest insects of rice in farmers’ fields in the Philippines. Protection Ecology 3: 203-218.

Insect Migration: tracking resources through space and time. 1995. VA Drake, AG Gatehouse (editors). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge CB2 1RP, UK, 457 pages (book) ISBN 0521440009

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1-Pedgley DE Pedgley, DR Reynolds, GM Tatchell. 1995. Long-range insect migration in relation to climate and weather: Africa and Europa. Pages 3-29. In: Insect Migration: tracking resources through space and time. VA Drake, AG Gatehouse (editors). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge CB2 1RP, UK, 457 pages.

2-Johnson SJ Johnson. 1995. Insect migration in North America: synoptic-scale transport in a highly seasonal environment. Pages 31-66. In: Insect Migration: tracking resources through space and time. VA Drake, AG Gatehouse (editors). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge CB2 1RP, UK, 457 pages.

3-Kisimoto R Kisimoto, K Sogawa. 1995. Migration of the brown planthopper Nilaparvata lugens and the white-backed planthopper Sogatella furcifera in East Asia: the role of weather and climate. Pages 67-91. In: Insect Migration: tracking resources through space and time. VA Drake, AG Gatehouse (editors). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge CB2 1RP, UK, 457 pages.

4-Chen RL Chen, YJ Sun, SY Wang, BP Zhai, XZ Bao. 1995. Migration of the oriental armyworm Mythimna separata in East Asia in relation to weather and climate. I. Northeastern China. Pages 93-104. In: Insect Migration: tracking resources through space and time. VA Drake, AG Gatehouse (editors). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge CB2 1RP, UK, 457 pages.

5-Lee JE Lee, KB Uhm. 1995. Migration of the oriental armyworm Mythimna separata in East Asia in relation to weather and climate. II. Korea. Pages 105-116. In: Insect Migration: tracking resources through space and time. VA Drake, AG Gatehouse (editors). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge CB2 1RP, UK, 457 pages.

6-Hirai K Hirai. 1995. Migration of the oriental armyworm Mythimna separata in East Asia in relation to weather and climate. III. Japan. Pages 117-129. In: Insect Migration: tracking resources through space and time. VA Drake, AG Gatehouse (editors). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge CB2 1RP, UK, 457 pages.

7-McDonald G McDonald. 1995. Insect migration in an arid continent. I. The common armyworm Mythimna convecta in eastern Australia. Pages 131-150. In: Insect Migration: tracking resources through space and time. VA Drake, AG Gatehouse (editors). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge CB2 1RP, UK, 457 pages.

8-Gregg PC Gregg, GP Fitt, MP Zalucki, DAH Murray. 1995. Insect migration in an arid continent. II. Heliocoverpa spp. in eastern Australia. Pages 151-172. In: Insect Migration: tracking resources through space and time. VA Drake, AG Gatehouse (editors). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge CB2 1RP, UK, 457 pages.

9-Walden KJ Walden 1995. Insect migration in an arid continent. III. The Australian plague locust Chortoicetes terminifera and the native budworm Heliocoverpa punctigera in Western Australia. Pages 173-190. In: Insect Migration: tracking resources through space and time. VA Drake, AG Gatehouse (editors). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge CB2 1RP, UK, 457 pages.

10-Gatehouse AG Gatehouse, XX Zhang. 1995. Migratory potential in insects: variation in an uncertain environment. Pages 193-242. In: Insect Migration: tracking resources through space and time. VA Drake, AG Gatehouse (editors). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge CB2 1RP, UK, 457 pages.

11-Wilson K Wilson. 1995. Insect migration in heterogeneous environments. Pages 243-264. In: Insect Migration: tracking resources through space and time. VA Drake, AG Gatehouse (editors). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge CB2 1RP, UK, 457 pages.

12-Colvin J Colvin. 1995. The regulation of migration in Heliocoverpa armigera. Pages 265-277. In: Insect Migration: tracking resources through space and time. VA Drake, AG Gatehouse (editors). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge CB2 1RP, UK, 457 pages.

13-McNeil JN McNeil, M Cusson, J Delisle, I Orchard, SS Tobe 1995. Physiological integration of migration in Lepidoptera. Pages 279-302. In: Insect Migration: tracking resources through space and time. VA Drake, AG Gatehouse (editors). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge CB2 1RP, UK, 457 pages.

14-Dudley R Dudley. 1995. Aerodynamics, energetics and reproductive constraints of migratory flight in insects. Pages 303-319. In: Insect Migration: tracking resources through space and time. VA Drake, AG Gatehouse (editors). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge CB2 1RP, UK, 457 pages.

15-Day RK Day, JD Knight. 1995. Operational aspects of forecasting migrant insect pests. Pages 323-334. In: Insect Migration: tracking resources through space and time. VA Drake, AG Gatehouse (editors). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge CB2 1RP, UK, 457 pages.

16-Robinson TP Robinson. 1995. Geographic information systems and remotely sensed data for determining the seasonal distribution of habitats of migrant insect pests. Pages 335-352. In: Insect Migration: tracking resources through space and time. VA Drake, AG Gatehouse (editors). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge CB2 1RP, UK, 457 pages.

17-Zhou BH Zhou, HK Wang, XN Cheng. 1995. Forecasting systems for migrant pests. I. The brown planthopper Nilaparvata lugens in China. Pages 353-364. In: Insect Migration: tracking resources through space and time. VA Drake, AG Gatehouse (editors). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge CB2 1RP, UK, 457 pages.

18-Watanabe T Watanabe. 1995. Forecasting systems for migrant pests. II. The rice planthoppers Nilaparvata lugens and Sogatella furcifera in Japan. Pages 365-376. In: Insect Migration: tracking resources through space and time. VA Drake, AG Gatehouse (editors). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge CB2 1RP, UK, 457 pages.

19-Lecoq M Lecoq. 1995. Forecasting systems for migrant pests III. Locusts and grasshoppers in West Africa and Madagascar. Pages 377-395. In: Insect Migration: tracking resources through space and time. VA Drake, AG Gatehouse (editors). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge CB2 1RP, UK, 457 pages.

20-Magor JI Magor. 1995. Forecasting migrant insect pests. Pages 399-426. In: Insect Migration: tracking resources through space and time. VA Drake, AG Gatehouse (editors). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge CB2 1RP, UK, 457 pages.

21-Drake VA Drake, AG Gatehouse, RA Farrow. 1995. Insect migration: A holistic conceptual model. Pages 427-457. In: Insect Migration: tracking resources through space and time. VA Drake, AG Gatehouse (editors). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge CB2 1RP, UK, 457 pages.

Valerie K Brown, Ivo Hodek (editors). 1983. Diapause and Life Cycle Strategies in Insects. Series Entomologica, Volume 23, Dr W Junk, The Hague, 283 pages. (book by  chapters)

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1-Introduction Sinzu Masaki. 1983. Introduction. Pages 1-5. In: Valerie K Brown, Ivo Hodek (editors). 1983. Diapause and Life Cycle Strategies in Insects. Series Entomologica, Volume 23, Dr W Junk, The Hague, 283 pages.

2-Hodek Ivo Hodek. 1983. Role of environmental factors and endogenous mechanisms in the seasonality of reproduction in insects diapausing as adults. Pages 9-33. In: Valerie K Brown, Ivo Hodek (editors). 1983. Diapause and Life Cycle Strategies in Insects. Series Entomologica, Volume 23, Dr W Junk, The Hague, 283 pages.

3-Tanaka Seiji Tanaka. 1983. Seasonal control of nymphal diapause in the spring ground cricket, Pteronemobius nitodus (Orthoptera: Gryllidae). Pages 35-53. In: Valerie K Brown, Ivo Hodek (editors). 1983. Diapause and Life Cycle Strategies in Insects. Series Entomologica, Volume 23, Dr W Junk, The Hague, 283 pages.

4-Fujiyama Shizuo Fujiyama. 1983. The larval diapause of the three scarabaeid beetles and its function in their life cycles. Pages 55-66. In: Valerie K Brown, Ivo Hodek (editors). 1983. Diapause and Life Cycle Strategies in Insects. Series Entomologica, Volume 23, Dr W Junk, The Hague, 283 pages.

5-Pener MP Pener, L Orshan. 1983. The reversibility and flexibility of the reproductive diapause in males of a ‘short day’ grasshopper, Oedipoda miniata. Pages 67-85. In: Valerie K Brown, Ivo Hodek (editors). 1983. Diapause and Life Cycle Strategies in Insects. Series Entomologica, Volume 23, Dr W Junk, The Hague, 283 pages.

6-Tauber Maurice J Tauber, Catherine A Tauber, James R Nechols, John J Obrycki. 1983. Seasonal activity of parasitoids: control by external, internal, and genetic factors. Pages 87-108. In: Valerie K Brown, Ivo Hodek (editors). 1983. Diapause and Life Cycle Strategies in Insects. Series Entomologica, Volume 23, Dr W Junk, The Hague, 283 pages.

7-Brown Valerie K Brown. 1983. Developmental strategies in British Dictyoptera: seasonal variation. Pages 111-125. In: Valerie K Brown, Ivo Hodek (editors). 1983. Diapause and Life Cycle Strategies in Insects. Series Entomologica, Volume 23, Dr W Junk, The Hague, 283 pages.

8-Ando Yoshikazu Ando. 1983. Diapause and geographic variation in a leaf beetle. Pages 127-141. In: Valerie K Brown, Ivo Hodek (editors). 1983. Diapause and Life Cycle Strategies in Insects. Series Entomologica, Volume 23, Dr W Junk, The Hague, 283 pages.

9-Dingle-Brown Hugh Dingle, J David Baldwin. 1983. Geographic variation in life histories: a comparison of tropical and temperate milkweed bugs (Oncopeltus). Pages 143-165. In: Valerie K Brown, Ivo Hodek (editors). 1983. Diapause and Life Cycle Strategies in Insects. Series Entomologica, Volume 23, Dr W Junk, The Hague, 283 pages.

10-Bradshaw-Holzapfel William E Bradshaw, Christina M Holzapfel. 1983. Life cycle strategies in Wyeomyia smithii: seasonal and geographic adaptations. Pages 167-185. In: Valerie K Brown, Ivo Hodek (editors). 1983. Diapause and Life Cycle Strategies in Insects. Series Entomologica, Volume 23, Dr W Junk, The Hague, 283 pages.

11-Vespa-Patama Kari Vepsӓlӓinen, Tiina Patama. 1983. Allocation of reproductive energy in relation to the pattern of environment in five Gerris species.  Pages 189-207. In: Valerie K Brown, Ivo Hodek (editors). 1983. Diapause and Life Cycle Strategies in Insects. Series Entomologica, Volume 23, Dr W Junk, The Hague, 283 pages.

12-Lamb-Mckay Robert J Lamb, Patricia A Mackay. 1983. Micro-evolution of the migratory tendency, photoperiodic response and developmental threshold of the pea aphid, Acyrthosiphon pisum. Pages 209-217. In: Valerie K Brown, Ivo Hodek (editors). 1983. Diapause and Life Cycle Strategies in Insects. Series Entomologica, Volume 23, Dr W Junk, The Hague, 283 pages.

13-Oku Toshio Oku. 1983. Aestivation and migration in noctuid moths. Pages 219-231. In: Valerie K Brown, Ivo Hodek (editors). 1983. Diapause and Life Cycle Strategies in Insects. Series Entomologica, Volume 23, Dr W Junk, The Hague, 283 pages.

14-Riedl Helmut Riedl. 1983. Analysis of codling moth phenology in relation to latitude, climate and food availability. Pages 233-252. In: Valerie K Brown, Ivo Hodek (editors). 1983. Diapause and Life Cycle Strategies in Insects. Series Entomologica, Volume 23, Dr W Junk, The Hague, 283 pages.

15-Roff Derek Roff. 1983. Phenological adaptation in a seasonal environment: a theoretical perspective. Pages 253-270. In: Valerie K Brown, Ivo Hodek (editors). 1983. Diapause and Life Cycle Strategies in Insects. Series Entomologica, Volume 23, Dr W Junk, The Hague, 283 pages.

16-Dingle Hugh Dingle. 1983. Concluding remarks. Pages 271-273. In: Valerie K Brown, Ivo Hodek (editors). 1983. Diapause and Life Cycle Strategies in Insects. Series Entomologica, Volume 23, Dr W Junk, The Hague, 283 pages.

CE Palm (editor). 1966. Scientific Aspects of Pest Control. National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council. A symposium held February 1-3, 1966. Washington DC, Publication 1402, 470 pages.

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1-Colin-m-macleod Colin M MacLeod. 1966. Understanding our changing physical environment. Pages 3-12. In: CE Palm (editor). 1966. Scientific Aspects of Pest Control. National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council. A symposium held February 1-3, 1966. Washington DC, Publication 1402, 470 pages.

2-LC-cole LaMont C Cole. 1966. The complexity of pest control in the environment. Pages 13-25. In: CE Palm (editor). 1966. Scientific Aspects of Pest Control. National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council. A symposium held February 1-3, 1966. Washington DC, Publication 1402, 470 pages.

3-AH-moseman AH Moseman. 1966. Pest control – its role in the United States economy and in the world. Pages 26-38. In: CE Palm (editor). 1966. Scientific Aspects of Pest Control. National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council. A symposium held February 1-3, 1966. Washington DC, Publication 1402, 470 pages.

4-EH-smith EH Smith. 1966. Advances, problems, and the future of insect control. Pages 41-72. In: CE Palm (editor). 1966. Scientific Aspects of Pest Control. National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council. A symposium held February 1-3, 1966. Washington DC, Publication 1402, 470 pages.

5-GL-mcnew George L McNew. 1966. Progress in the battle against plant disease. Pages 73-101. In: CE Palm (editor). 1966. Scientific Aspects of Pest Control. National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council. A symposium held February 1-3, 1966. Washington DC, Publication 1402, 470 pages.

6-Boysie-e-day Boysie E Day. 1966. The scientific basis of weed control. Pages 102-114. In: CE Palm (editor). 1966. Scientific Aspects of Pest Control. National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council. A symposium held February 1-3, 1966. Washington DC, Publication 1402, 470 pages.

7-Robert-a-mccabe Robert A McCabe. 1966. Vertebrates as pests: a point of view. Pages 115-134. In: CE Palm (editor). 1966. Scientific Aspects of Pest Control. National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council. A symposium held February 1-3, 1966. Washington DC, Publication 1402, 470 pages.

8-Nelson-seubert SO Nelson, JL Seubert. 1966. Electromagnetic and sonic energy for pest control. Pages 135-166. In: CE Palm (editor). 1966. Scientific Aspects of Pest Control. National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council. A symposium held February 1-3, 1966. Washington DC, Publication 1402, 470 pages.

9-Carleton & Brazee Walter M Carleton, Ross D Brazee. 1966. Physical and engineering aspects of pest control. Pages 167-184. In: CE Palm (editor). 1966. Scientific Aspects of Pest Control. National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council. A symposium held February 1-3, 1966. Washington DC, Publication 1402, 470 pages.

10-Reagan EP Reagan. 1966. Preventative pest-control measures. Pages 185-192. In: CE Palm (editor). 1966. Scientific Aspects of Pest Control. National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council. A symposium held February 1-3, 1966. Washington DC, Publication 1402, 470 pages.

11-Chant DA Chant. 1966. Integrated control systems. Pages 193-218. In: CE Palm (editor). 1966. Scientific Aspects of Pest Control. National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council. A symposium held February 1-3, 1966. Washington DC, Publication 1402, 470 pages.

12-Lichtenstein EP Lichtenstein. 1966. Persistence and degradation of pesticides in the environment. Pages 221-229. In: CE Palm (editor). 1966. Scientific Aspects of Pest Control. National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council. A symposium held February 1-3, 1966. Washington DC, Publication 1402, 470 pages.

13-Metcalf Robert L Metcalf. 1966. Metabolism and fate of pesticides in plants and animals. Pages 230-250. In: CE Palm (editor). 1966. Scientific Aspects of Pest Control. National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council. A symposium held February 1-3, 1966. Washington DC, Publication 1402, 470 pages.

14-Hunt Eldridge G Hunt. 1966. Biological magnification of pesticides. Pages 251-262. In: CE Palm (editor). 1966. Scientific Aspects of Pest Control. National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council. A symposium held February 1-3, 1966. Washington DC, Publication 1402, 470 pages.

15-Crow James F Crow. 1966. Evolution of resistance in hosts and pests. Pages 263-275. In: CE Palm (editor). 1966. Scientific Aspects of Pest Control. National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council. A symposium held February 1-3, 1966. Washington DC, Publication 1402, 470 pages.

16-Gunther Francis A Gunther. 1966. Advances in analytical detection of pesticides. Pages 276-302. In: CE Palm (editor). 1966. Scientific Aspects of Pest Control. National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council. A symposium held February 1-3, 1966. Washington DC, Publication 1402, 470 pages.

17-Gentry JW Gentry. 1966. Monitoring the agricultural use of pesticides. Pages 303-313. In: CE Palm (editor). 1966. Scientific Aspects of Pest Control. National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council. A symposium held February 1-3, 1966. Washington DC, Publication 1402, 470 pages.

18-Hayes Wayland J Hayes Jr. 1966. Monitoring food and people for pesticide content. Pages 314-342. In: CE Palm (editor). 1966. Scientific Aspects of Pest Control. National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council. A symposium held February 1-3, 1966. Washington DC, Publication 1402, 470 pages.

19-Dustman EH Dustman. 1966. Monitoring wildlife for pesticide content. Pages 343-351. In: CE Palm (editor). 1966. Scientific Aspects of Pest Control. National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council. A symposium held February 1-3, 1966. Washington DC, Publication 1402, 470 pages.

20-Wellman RH Wellman. 1966. Industry’s role in the development of pesticides. Pages 355-366. In: CE Palm (editor). 1966. Scientific Aspects of Pest Control. National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council. A symposium held February 1-3, 1966. Washington DC, Publication 1402, 470 pages.

21-Anderson Robert J Anderson. 1966a. The federal committee on pest control. Pages 367-374. In: CE Palm (editor). 1966. Scientific Aspects of Pest Control. National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council. A symposium held February 1-3, 1966. Washington DC, Publication 1402, 470 pages.

22-Petty HB Petty Jr. 1966. Function of state committees on pest control. Pages 375-384. In: CE Palm (editor). 1966. Scientific Aspects of Pest Control. National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council. A symposium held February 1-3, 1966. Washington DC, Publication 1402, 470 pages.

23-Anderson Robert J Anderson. 1966b. Official registration of pesticides. Pages 385-391. In: CE Palm (editor). 1966. Scientific Aspects of Pest Control. National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council. A symposium held February 1-3, 1966. Washington DC, Publication 1402, 470 pages.

24-Kirk JK Kirk. 1966. Role of the Food and Drug Administration in regulation of pesticides. Pages 391-398. In: CE Palm (editor). 1966. Scientific Aspects of Pest Control. National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council. A symposium held February 1-3, 1966. Washington DC, Publication 1402, 470 pages.

25-Whitten Jamie L Whitten. 1966. Pest control and human welfare. Pages 401-425. In: CE Palm (editor). 1966. Scientific Aspects of Pest Control. National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council. A symposium held February 1-3, 1966. Washington DC, Publication 1402, 470 pages.

26-Udall Stewart L Udall. 1966. Public policy and pest control. Pages 426-434. In: CE Palm (editor). 1966. Scientific Aspects of Pest Control. National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council. A symposium held February 1-3, 1966. Washington DC, Publication 1402, 470 pages.

27-Barnes JM Barnes. 1966. Human health and pest control. Pages 435-452. In: CE Palm (editor). 1966. Scientific Aspects of Pest Control. National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council. A symposium held February 1-3, 1966. Washington DC, Publication 1402, 470 pages.

28-Knipling EF Knipling. 1966. New horizons and the outlook for pest control. Pages 455-470. In: CE Palm (editor). 1966. Scientific Aspects of Pest Control. National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council. A symposium held February 1-3, 1966. Washington DC, Publication 1402, 470 pages.

National Academy of Sciences. 1972. Pest Control Strategies for the Future. Robert L Metcalf. Chairman, Agricultural Board, Division of Biology and Agriculture, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, USA, 376 pages. ISBN 79188497

0-cover-nas-strategiesTitle page, preface, foreward, contents, cover

1-IntroductionDonald S Farmer. 1972. Introduction. Pages 1-3. In: Pest Control Strategies for the Future. Robert L Metcalf (Chairman), Agricultural Board, Division of Biology and Agriculture, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, USA, 376 pages.

2-McKelveyJohn J McKelvey Jr. 1972. Pest control in health and agriculture: International challenges. Pages 7-17. In: Pest Control Strategies for the Future. Robert L Metcalf (Chairman), Agricultural Board, Division of Biology and Agriculture, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, USA, 376 pages.

3-Bunting AH Bunting. 1972. Ecology of agriculture in the world of today and tomorrow. Pages 18-35. In: Pest Control Strategies for the Future. Robert L Metcalf (Chairman), Agricultural Board, Division of Biology and Agriculture, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, USA, 376 pages.

4-Bisplinghoff Raymond L Bisplinghoff, John L Brooks. 1972. Role of basic research in implementing pest control strategies. Pages 36-43. In: Pest Control Strategies for the Future. Robert L Metcalf (Chairman), Agricultural Board, Division of Biology and Agriculture, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, USA, 376 pages.

5-SmithEdward H Smith. 1972. Implementing pest control strategies. Pages 44-68. In: Pest Control Strategies for the Future. Robert L Metcalf (Chairman), Agricultural Board, Division of Biology and Agriculture, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, USA, 376 pages.

6-Wilcke HL Wilcke. 1972. The role of the food industry in solving pest control problems. Pages 69-76. In: Pest Control Strategies for the Future. Robert L Metcalf (Chairman), Agricultural Board, Division of Biology and Agriculture, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, USA, 376 pages.

7-CarlsonGerald A Carlson, Emery N Castle. 1972. Economics of pest control. Pages 79-99. In: Pest Control Strategies for the Future. Robert L Metcalf (Chairman), Agricultural Board, Division of Biology and Agriculture, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, USA, 376 pages.

8-Headley JC Headley. 1972. Defining the economic threshold. Pages 100-108. In: Pest Control Strategies for the Future. Robert L Metcalf (Chairman), Agricultural Board, Division of Biology and Agriculture, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, USA, 376 pages.

9-van-der-Plank JE van der Plank. 1972. Basic principles of ecosystems analysis. Pages 109-118. In: Pest Control Strategies for the Future. Robert L Metcalf (Chairman), Agricultural Board, Division of Biology and Agriculture, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, USA, 376 pages.

10-McNew George L McNew. 1972. Concept of pest management. Pages 119-133. In: Pest Control Strategies for the Future. Robert L Metcalf (Chairman), Agricultural Board, Division of Biology and Agriculture, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, USA, 376 pages.

11-Metcalf Robert L Metcalf. 1972. Development of selective and biodegradable pesticides. Pages 137-156. In: Pest Control Strategies for the Future. Robert L Metcalf (Chairman), Agricultural Board, Division of Biology and Agriculture, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, USA, 376 pages.

12-Davis David E Davis. 1972. Rodent control strategy. Pages 157-171. In: Pest Control Strategies for the Future. Robert L Metcalf (Chairman), Agricultural Board, Division of Biology and Agriculture, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, USA, 376 pages.

13-Robbins William E Robbins. 1972. Hormonal chemicals for invertebrate pest control. Pages 172-196. In: Pest Control Strategies for the Future. Robert L Metcalf (Chairman), Agricultural Board, Division of Biology and Agriculture, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, USA, 376 pages.

14-Shaw WC Shaw, LL Jansen. 1972. Chemical weed control strategies for the future. Pages 197-215. In: Pest Control Strategies for the Future. Robert L Metcalf (Chairman), Agricultural Board, Division of Biology and Agriculture, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, USA, 376 pages.

15-Horsfall James G Horsfall. 1972. Selective chemicals for plant disease control. Pages 216-225. In: Pest Control Strategies for the Future. Robert L Metcalf (Chairman), Agricultural Board, Division of Biology and Agriculture, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, USA, 376 pages.

16-Beroza Morton Beroza. 1972. Attractants and repellents for insect pest control. Pages 226-253. In: Pest Control Strategies for the Future. Robert L Metcalf (Chairman), Agricultural Board, Division of Biology and Agriculture, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, USA, 376 pages.

17-Day PR Day. 1972. Crop resistant to pests and pathogens. Pages 257-271. In: Pest Control Strategies for the Future. Robert L Metcalf (Chairman), Agricultural Board, Division of Biology and Agriculture, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, USA, 376 pages.

18-Knipling EF Knipling. 1972. Sterilization and other genetic techniques. Pages 272-287. In: Pest Control Strategies for the Future. Robert L Metcalf (Chairman), Agricultural Board, Division of Biology and Agriculture, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, USA, 376 pages.

19-Doutt Richard L Doutt. 1972. Biological control: parasites and predators. Pages 288-297. In: Pest Control Strategies for the Future. Robert L Metcalf (Chairman), Agricultural Board, Division of Biology and Agriculture, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, USA, 376 pages.

20-Heimpel AM Heimpel. 1972. Insect control by microbial agents. Pages 298-316. In: Pest Control Strategies for the Future. Robert L Metcalf (Chairman), Agricultural Board, Division of Biology and Agriculture, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, USA, 376 pages.

21-van-Gundy SD van Gundy. 1972. Nonchemical control nematodes and root-infecting fungi. Pages 317-329. In: Pest Control Strategies for the Future. Robert L Metcalf (Chairman), Agricultural Board, Division of Biology and Agriculture, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, USA, 376 pages.

22-Day Boysie E Day. 1972. Nonchemical weed control. Pages 330-338. In: Pest Control Strategies for the Future. Robert L Metcalf (Chairman), Agricultural Board, Division of Biology and Agriculture, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, USA, 376 pages.

23-Byerly TC Byerly. 1972. Preventative practices and effective pest management. Pages 341-351. In: Pest Control Strategies for the Future. Robert L Metcalf (Chairman), Agricultural Board, Division of Biology and Agriculture, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, USA, 376 pages.

24-Fitzsimmons KR Fitzsimmons. 1972. Role of industry in advancing new pest control strategies. Pages 352-361. In: Pest Control Strategies for the Future. Robert L Metcalf (Chairman), Agricultural Board, Division of Biology and Agriculture, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, USA, 376 pages.

25-Brady NC Brady. 1972. Challenge to public agencies. Pages 362-373. In: Pest Control Strategies for the Future. Robert L Metcalf (Chairman), Agricultural Board, Division of Biology and Agriculture, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, USA, 376 pages.

Insect-pest-management-and-controlNational Academy of Sciences (NAS). 1971. Insect-Pest Management and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 3. Publication 1695, Third Printing, Washington DC, 508 pages. [entire book]

NAS book by chapters

0-title-pages-foreward-contents-cover Title page, foreward, preface, contents, cover

1-chapter-1-introduction Chapter 1. Introduction. 1971. Pages 1-8. In: Insect-Pest Management and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Washington DC, National Academy of Sciences (United States). Volume 3. Publication 1695, Third Printing, 508 pages.

2-chapter-2-identification-classification Chapter 2. Identification and classification. Pages 9-22. In: Insect-Pest Management and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Washington DC, National Academy of Sciences (United States). Volume 3. Publication 1695, Third Printing, 508 pages.

3-chapter-3-insect-surveys Chapter 3. Insect surveys. Pages 23-33. In: Insect-Pest Management and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Washington DC, National Academy of Sciences (United States). Volume 3. Publication 1695, Third Printing, 508 pages.

4-chapter-4-regulatory-control Chapter 4. Regulatory control. Pages 34-47. In: Insect-Pest Management and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Washington DC, National Academy of Sciences (United States). Volume 3. Publication 1695, Third Printing, 508 pages.

5-chapter-5-ecological-basis Chapter 5. Ecological basis for control. Pages 48-63. In: Insect-Pest Management and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Washington DC, National Academy of Sciences (United States). Volume 3. Publication 1695, Third Printing, 508 pages.

6-chapter-6-plant-resistance Chapter 6. Plant and animal resistance to insects. Pages 64-99. In: Insect-Pest Management and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Washington DC, National Academy of Sciences (United States). Volume 3. Publication 1695, Third Printing, 508 pages.

7-chapter-7-biocontrol Chapter 7. Control by parasites, predators, and competitors. Pages 100-164. In: Insect-Pest Management and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Washington DC, National Academy of Sciences (United States). Volume 3. Publication 1695, Third Printing, 508 pages.

8-chapter-8-microbial-control Chapter 8 Microbial control of insects. Pages 165-195. In: Insect-Pest Management and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Washington DC, National Academy of Sciences (United States). Volume 3. Publication 1695, Third Printing, 508 pages.

9-chapter-9-genetic-control Chapter 9. Genetic principles. Pages 196-207. In: Insect-Pest Management and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Washington DC, National Academy of Sciences (United States). Volume 3. Publication 1695, Third Printing, 508 pages.

10-chapter-10-cultural-control Chapter 10. Cultural control. Pages 208-242. In: Insect-Pest Management and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Washington DC, National Academy of Sciences (United States). Volume 3. Publication 1695, Third Printing, 508 pages.

11-chapter-11-physical-mechanical Chapter 11. Physical and mechanical control. Pages 243-281. In: Insect-Pest Management and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Washington DC, National Academy of Sciences (United States). Volume 3. Publication 1695, Third Printing, 508 pages.

12-chapter-12-antimetabolites Chapter 12. Antimetabolites, feeding deterrents, and hormones. Pages 282-289. In: Insect-Pest Management and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Washington DC, National Academy of Sciences (United States). Volume 3. Publication 1695, Third Printing, 508 pages.

13-chapter-13-chemical-attractants Chapter 13. Chemical attractants and insect behavior. Pages 290-309. In: Insect-Pest Management and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Washington DC, National Academy of Sciences (United States). Volume 3. Publication 1695, Third Printing, 508 pages.

14-chapter-14-chemical-repellents Chapter 14. Chemical repellants. Pages 310-323. In: Insect-Pest Management and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Washington DC, National Academy of Sciences (United States). Volume 3. Publication 1695, Third Printing, 508 pages.

15-chapter-15-sterilization Chapter 15. Sterilization. Pages 324-359. In: Insect-Pest Management and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Washington DC, National Academy of Sciences (United States). Volume 3. Publication 1695, Third Printing, 508 pages.

16-chapter-16-insecticides Chapter 16. Insecticides. Pages 360-446. In: Insect-Pest Management and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Washington DC, National Academy of Sciences (United States). Volume 3. Publication 1695, Third Printing, 508 pages.

17-chapter-17-integrated-pest-management Chapter 17. Integrated systems of pest management. Pages 447-483. In: Insect-Pest Management and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Washington DC, National Academy of Sciences (United States). Volume 3. Publication 1695, Third Printing, 508 pages.

18-chapter-18-economic-principles Chapter 18. Economic principles of pest management. Pages 484-498. In: Insect-Pest Management and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Washington DC, National Academy of Sciences (United States). Volume 3. Publication 1695, Third Printing, 508 pages.

19-chapter-19-organization-education Chapter 19. Organization and education. Pages 499-508. In: Insect-Pest Management and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Washington DC, National Academy of Sciences (United States). Volume 3. Publication 1695, Third Printing, 508 pages.

National Academy of Sciences. 1968. Weed Control. Charles E Palm (editor). Principles of plant and animal pest control. Publication 1597 Volume 2. Washington DC, 471 pages. (book)

0-Cover Title page, preface, foreward, contents, cover. National Academy of Sciences. 1968. Weed Control. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Principles of plant and animal pest control. Publication 1597 Volume 2. Washington DC, 471 pages.

1-Introduction-ch-1  Introduction. 1968. Pages 1-5. Chapter 1. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Weed Control, Principles of plant and animal pest control. Publication 1597 Volume 2. National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 471 pages.

2-Weed-ecology-ch-2 The ecology of weeds. 1968. Pages 6-35. Chapter 2. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Weed Control, Principles of plant and animal pest control. Publication 1597 Volume 2. National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 471 pages.

3-Systems-concept-ch-3 The systems concept of weed management. 1968. Pages 36-48. Chapter 3. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Weed Control, Principles of plant and animal pest control. Publication 1597 Volume 2. National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 471 pages.

4-Prevention-ch-4 Preventative weed control. 1968. Pages 49-68. Chapter 4. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Weed Control, Principles of plant and animal pest control. Publication 1597 Volume 2. National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 471 pages.

5-Physical-ch-5 Weed control by physical means. 1968. Pages 69-85. Chapter 5. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Weed Control, Principles of plant and animal pest control. Publication 1597 Volume 2. National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 471 pages.

6-Biocontrol-ch-6 The biological control of weeds. 1968. Pages 86-119. Chapter 6. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Weed Control, Principles of plant and animal pest control. Publication 1597 Volume 2. National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 471 pages.

7-Habitat-mgmt-ch-7 Habitat management for weed control. 1968. Pages 120-137. Chapter 7. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Weed Control, Principles of plant and animal pest control. Publication 1597 Volume 2. National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 471 pages.

8-Chemical-control-ch-8 The chemical control of weeds. 1968. Pages 138-145. Chapter 8. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Weed Control, Principles of plant and animal pest control. Publication 1597 Volume 2. National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 471 pages.

9-Physiology-ch-9 Physiological aspects of herbicidal action. 1968. Pages 146-163. Chapter 9. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Weed Control, Principles of plant and animal pest control. Publication 1597 Volume 2. National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 471 pages.

10-Herbicides-ch-10 Classification and chemistry of herbicides. 1968. Pages 164-193. Chapter 10. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Weed Control, Principles of plant and animal pest control. Publication 1597 Volume 2. National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 471 pages.

11-Herbicide-interaction-ch-11 Interaction of herbicides with the environment. 1968. Pages 194-209. Chapter 11. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Weed Control, Principles of plant and animal pest control. Publication 1597 Volume 2. National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 471 pages.

12-Herbicide-safety-ch-12Safety factors in herbicide use. 1968. Pages 210-222. Chapter 12. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Weed Control, Principles of plant and animal pest control. Publication 1597 Volume 2. National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 471 pages.

13-Herbicide-selectivity-ch-13 Herbicide selectivity. 1968. Pages 223-232. Chapter 13. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Weed Control, Principles of plant and animal pest control. Publication 1597 Volume 2. National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 471 pages.

14-Herbicide-formulation-ch14 Herbicide formulations and application. 1968. Pages 233-253. Chapter 14. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Weed Control, Principles of plant and animal pest control. Publication 1597 Volume 2. National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 471 pages.

15-Field & horticultural-crops-ch-15 Weed control in field and horticultural crops. 1968. Pages 254-266. Chapter 15. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Weed Control, Principles of plant and animal pest control. Publication 1597 Volume 2. National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 471 pages.

16-Pastures & rangeland-ch-16 Brush and weed control on range and pastures. 1968. Pages 267-294. Chapter 16. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Weed Control, Principles of plant and animal pest control. Publication 1597 Volume 2. National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 471 pages.

17-Turf-ch-17 Weed control in turf. 1968. Pages 295-304. Chapter 17. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Weed Control, Principles of plant and animal pest control. Publication 1597 Volume 2. National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 471 pages.

18-Rights-of-way-ch18 Weed control of rights-of-way and industrial land. 1968. Pages 305-317. Chapter 18. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Weed Control, Principles of plant and animal pest control. Publication 1597 Volume 2. National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 471 pages.

19-Forests-ch-19 Weed control in forests and woodlands. 1968. Pages 318-336. Chapter 19. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Weed Control, Principles of plant and animal pest control. Publication 1597 Volume 2. National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 471 pages.

20-Aquatic-weeds-ch-20 Weeds of aquatic environments. 1968. Pages 337-357. Chapter 20. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Weed Control, Principles of plant and animal pest control. Publication 1597 Volume 2. National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 471 pages.

21-Injurious-weeds-ch-21 Weeds injurious to the health of man and animals. 1968. Pages 358-372. Chapter 21. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Weed Control, Principles of plant and animal pest control. Publication 1597 Volume 2. National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 471 pages.

22-Future-ch-22 The future of weed control. 1968. Pages 373-379. Chapter 22. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Weed Control, Principles of plant and animal pest control. Publication 1597 Volume 2. National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 471 pages.

23-Appendix A Common and chemical names of herbicides. 1968. Pages 380-383. Appendix A. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Weed Control, Principles of plant and animal pest control. Publication 1597 Volume 2. National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 471 pages.

24-Appendix-B Standardized names of weeds. 1968. Pages 384-450. Appendix B. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Weed Control, Principles of plant and animal pest control. Publication 1597 Volume 2. National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 471 pages.

25-Appendix-C Acknowledgements. 1968. Pages 451-453. Appendix C. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Weed Control, Principles of plant and animal pest control. Publication 1597 Volume 2. National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 471 pages.

26-Bibliography Bibliography. 1968. Pages 455-471. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Weed Control, Principles of plant and animal pest control. Publication 1597 Volume 2. National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 471 pages.

Charles E Palm (editor). 1968. Plant-Disease Development and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 1. Publication No. 1596. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 205 pages. ISBN 6860085 (book)

0-Title-page Title page, foreward, committee members, preface, contents, cover

1-introduction1 Introduction. 1968. Chapter 1. Pages 1-4. In: Charles E Palm (editor). 1968. Plant-Disease Development and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 1. Publication No. 1596. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 205 pages. ISBN 6860085

2-Biotic-agents-ch-2 Diseases caused by biotic agents. Chapter 2. Pages 5-30. In: Charles E Palm (editor). 1968. Plant-Disease Development and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 1. Publication No. 1596. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 205 pages. ISBN 6860085

3-Abiotic-factors-ch-3 Diseases caused by abiotic factors. Chapter 3. Pages 31-43. In: Charles E Palm (editor). 1968. Plant-Disease Development and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 1. Publication No. 1596. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 205 pages. ISBN 6860085

4-Dynamics-environ-ch-4 Disease dynamics—the environment. Chapter 4. Pages 44-62. In: Charles E Palm (editor). 1968. Plant-Disease Development and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 1. Publication No. 1596. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 205 pages. ISBN 6860085

5-Dynamics-inoculum-ch-5 Disease dynamics—inoculum and the diseased plant. Chapter 5. Pages 63-78. In: Charles E Palm (editor). 1968. Plant-Disease Development and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 1. Publication No. 1596. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 205 pages. ISBN 6860085

6-Dynamics-populations-ch-6 Disease dynamics—populations. Chapter 6. Pages 79-88. In: Charles E Palm (editor). 1968. Plant-Disease Development and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 1. Publication No. 1596. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 205 pages. ISBN 6860085

7-Host-parasite-ch-7 Host—parasite interactions. Chapter 7. Pages 89-109. In: Charles E Palm (editor). 1968. Plant-Disease Development and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 1. Publication No. 1596. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 205 pages. ISBN 6860085

8-Diagnosis-ch-8 Diagnosis of plant diseases. Chapter 8. Pages 110-117. In: Charles E Palm (editor). 1968. Plant-Disease Development and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 1. Publication No. 1596. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 205 pages. ISBN 6860085

9-Disease-control-ch-9 General approaches to disease control. Chapter 9. Pages 118-128. In: Charles E Palm (editor). 1968. Plant-Disease Development and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 1. Publication No. 1596. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 205 pages. ISBN 6860085

10-Cultural-biological-ch-10 Cultural and biological control of disease. Chapter 10. Pages 129-143. In: Charles E Palm (editor). 1968. Plant-Disease Development and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 1. Publication No. 1596. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 205 pages. ISBN 6860085

11-Resistance-ch-11 Control through disease resistance. Chapter 11. Pages 14-155. In: Charles E Palm (editor). 1968. Plant-Disease Development and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 1. Publication No. 1596. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 205 pages. ISBN 6860085

12-Chemicals-ch-12 Control through the use of chemicals.  Chapter 12. Pages 156-171. In: Charles E Palm (editor). 1968. Plant-Disease Development and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 1. Publication No. 1596. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 205 pages. ISBN 6860085

13-Control-strategy-ch-13 The strategy of control. Chapter 13. Pages 172-180. In: Charles E Palm (editor). 1968. Plant-Disease Development and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 1. Publication No. 1596. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 205 pages. ISBN 6860085

14-Future-ch-14 Plant pathology faces the future. Chapter 14. Pages 181-189. In: Charles E Palm (editor). 1968. Plant-Disease Development and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 1. Publication No. 1596. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 205 pages. ISBN 6860085

15-Glossary Glossary of plant-pathological terms. Pages 191-194. In: Charles E Palm (editor). 1968. Plant-Disease Development and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 1. Publication No. 1596. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 205 pages. ISBN 6860085

16-Index Subject Index. Pages 195-205. In: Charles E Palm (editor). 1968. Plant-Disease Development and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 1. Publication No. 1596. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 205 pages. ISBN 6860085

Charles E Palm (editor). 1968. Control of Plant—Parasitic Nematodes. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 4. Publication No. 1696. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 172 pages. ISBN 6860085 (Book)

0-Title-page Title page, foreward, committee members, preface, contents, cover

1-Introduction The science of nematology. 1968. Chapter 1. Pages 3-5. In: Charles E Palm (editor). 1968. Control of Plant—Parasitic Nematodes. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 4. Publication No. 1696. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 172 pages. ISBN 6860085

2-Importance Nematodes and their importance to man. 1968. Chapter 2. Pages 6-14. In: Charles E Palm (editor). 1968. Control of Plant—Parasitic Nematodes. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 4. Publication No. 1696. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 172 pages. ISBN 6860085

3-Ecological Ecological relationships. 1968. Chapter 3. Pages 17-26. In: Charles E Palm (editor). 1968. Control of Plant—Parasitic Nematodes. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 4. Publication No. 1696. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 172 pages. ISBN 6860085

4-Physiology The physiology of nematodes in relation to control. 1968. Chapter 4. Pages 27-35. In: Charles E Palm (editor). 1968. Control of Plant—Parasitic Nematodes. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 4. Publication No. 1696. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 172 pages. ISBN 6860085

5-Pathogenic Pathogenic relationships. 1968. Chapter 5. Pages 36-62. In: Charles E Palm (editor). 1968. Control of Plant—Parasitic Nematodes. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 4. Publication No. 1696. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 172 pages. ISBN 6860085

6-Interrelationships Nematode interrelationships with other plant—disease organisms. 1968. Chapter 6. Pages 63-68. In: Charles E Palm (editor). 1968. Control of Plant—Parasitic Nematodes. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 4. Publication No. 1696. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 172 pages. ISBN 6860085

7-Control Considerations basic to nematode control. 1968. Chapter 7. Pages 69-82. In: Charles E Palm (editor). 1968. Control of Plant—Parasitic Nematodes. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 4. Publication No. 1696. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 172 pages. ISBN 6860085

8-Prevention Prevention of spread. 1968. Chapter 8. Pages 85-93. In: Charles E Palm (editor). 1968. Control of Plant—Parasitic Nematodes. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 4. Publication No. 1696. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 172 pages. ISBN 6860085

9-Cultural-practices Reduction of nematode populations through land—management and cultural practices. 1968. Chapter 9. Pages 94-105. In: Charles E Palm (editor). 1968. Control of Plant—Parasitic Nematodes. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 4. Publication No. 1696. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 172 pages. ISBN 6860085

10-Biocontrol Biological control of nematodes. 1968. Chapter 10. Pages 106-112. In: Charles E Palm (editor). 1968. Control of Plant—Parasitic Nematodes. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 4. Publication No. 1696. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 172 pages. ISBN 6860085

11-Host-plant-resistance Plant resistance. 1968. Chapter 11. Pages 113-122. In: Charles E Palm (editor). 1968. Control of Plant—Parasitic Nematodes. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 4. Publication No. 1696. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 172 pages. ISBN 6860085

12-Physical-control Control by physical factors. 1968. Chapter 12. Pages 123-131. In: Charles E Palm (editor). 1968. Control of Plant—Parasitic Nematodes. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 4. Publication No. 1696. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 172 pages. ISBN 6860085

13-Chemical-control Control by chemicals. 1968. Chapter 13. Pages 132-156. In: Charles E Palm (editor). 1968. Control of Plant—Parasitic Nematodes. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 4. Publication No. 1696. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 172 pages. ISBN 6860085

14-IPM Evaluation and selection of control measures. 1968. Chapter 14. Pages 157-163. In: Charles E Palm (editor). 1968. Control of Plant—Parasitic Nematodes. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 4. Publication No. 1696. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 172 pages. ISBN 6860085

15-Future Future research needs. 1968. Chapter 15. Pages 167-172. In: Charles E Palm (editor). 1968. Control of Plant—Parasitic Nematodes. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 4. Publication No. 1696. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 172 pages. ISBN 6860085

Charles E Palm (editor). 1970. Vertebrate Pests: Problems and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 5. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 153 pages. ISBN 309016975 (book)

0-Cover Title page, foreward, committee members, preface, contents, cover

1-Introduction Introduction. 1970. Chapter 1. Pages 1-4. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Vertebrate Pests: Problems and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 5. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 153 pages.

2-Fishes Fishes in pest situations. 1970. Chapter 2. Pages 6-41. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Vertebrate Pests: Problems and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 5. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 153 pages.

3-Amphibians Amphibians and reptiles as pests. 1970. Chapter 3. Pages 42-57. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Vertebrate Pests: Problems and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 5. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 153 pages.

4-Birds Birds in pest situations. 1970. Chapter 4. Pages 58-82. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Vertebrate Pests: Problems and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 5. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 153 pages.

5-sSmall-mammals Small-mammal pest situations. 1970. Chapter 5. Pages 83-107. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Vertebrate Pests: Problems and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 5. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 153 pages.

6-Predatory-mammals Predatory mammals that become pests. 1970. Chapter 6. Pages 108-126. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Vertebrate Pests: Problems and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 5. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 153 pages.

7-Big-game Pest situations involving big game. 1970. Chapter 7. Pages 127-145. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Vertebrate Pests: Problems and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 5. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 153 pages.

8-Where-we-stand Where we stand. 1970. Chapter 8. Pages 146-153. In: Charles E Palm (editor). Vertebrate Pests: Problems and Control. Principles of Plant and Animal Pest Control. Volume 5. Agricultural Board, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 153 pages.

Hardy-1996R Hardy. 1996. Ecologically based pest management: New solutions for a new century. National Research Council, National Academy Press, Washington DC. Committee on Pest and Pathogen Control Through Management of Biological Control Agents and Enhanced Cycles and Natural Processes, National Research Council, 160 pages (book)

Insecticide recommendations Litsinger, J.A., E.A. Heinrichs, S.L. Valencia, and R. Feuer. 1980. Biological efficacy, cost, and mammalian toxicity of insecticides recommended for rice in the Philippines. Int. Rice Res. Newsl. 5(3):16. N26

Rice IPM IPPC Wash DC Heinrichs, E.A., V.A Dyck, R.C. Saxena, and J.A. Litsinger. 1979. Development of rice insect pest management systems for the tropics. p. 463. in Proc. Symp. IX International Congress Plant Protection. Washington DC, August 5-11, 1979. Vol. II. C8

Evaluating Farm Level IPM Goodell, G.E., J.A. Litsinger, and P.E. Kenmore. 1981. Evaluating integrated pest management technology through interdisciplinary research at the farmer level. p. 72-75. in Conference on Future Trends of Integrated Pest Management, May 30-June 4, 1980, Bellagio, Italy. International Organization for Biological Control of Noxious Animals and Plants (IOBC). 75 p. C9

Goodell IPM technology transfer Goodell, G.E., P.E. Kenmore, J.A. Litsinger, J.P. Bandong, C.G. dela Cruz and M.D. Lumaban. 1982. Rice insect pest management technology and its transfer to small-scale farmers in the Philippines. p. 25-41. in Report of an Exploratory Workshop on the Role of Anthropologists and other Social Scientists in Interdisciplinary Teams Developing Improved Food Production Technology. IRRI and the Division for Global and Inter-regional Projects, UNDP. 101 p. C10

Chapter 21 MattesonChapter 21. P. C. Matteson. 2000. Insect pest management in tropical Asian irrigated rice. Pages 549-574. In: May R. Berenbaum, Ring T. Cardé, Gene E. Robinson (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 45, 819 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Pest Mangement Research Methodology Litsinger, J.A. 1982. Developing insect control recommendations for cropping patterns in the Philippines in 1980. p. 471-506. in Cropping Systems Research in Asia. IRRI, Philippines.   756 p. C11

Farming Systems Approach to IPM  Litsinger, J.A. 1993. A farming systems approach to insect pest management for upland and lowland rice farmers in tropical Asia. p. 45-101 in M.A. Altieri (ed.) Crop Protection Strategies for Subsistence Farmers. Westview Studies in Insect Biology. Westview Press, Boulder, CO, USA. 197 p. C41

Illustrated_guide_to_IPM Reissig, W.H., E.A. Heinrichs, J.A. Litsinger, K. Moody, L. Fiedler, T.W. Mew, and A.T. Barrion. 1986. Illustrated Guide to Integrated Pest Management in Rice in Tropical Asia. IRRI, Philippines. 411 p. B2 (book)

Insect Pests of Rice Pathak MD, Khan ZR. 1984. Insect pests of rice. International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), Philippines, and International Centre for Insect Physiology and Ecology (ICIPE) Kenya. (book)

Rice Black Bug 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. (book)

1984 – KenmorePE Kenmore, FO Cariño, CA Perez, VA Dyck, AP Guttierez. 1984. Population regulation of the rice brown planthopper (Nilaparvata lugens Stål) within rice fields in the Philippines. Journal of Plant Protection in the Tropics 1 (1): 19-37.

 

Climate Insect Pests Mochida, O.M., R.C. Joshi, and J.A. Litsinger. 1987. Climatic factors affecting the occurrence of insect pests. p. 149-164. In: Weather and Rice, IRRI, Los Baños, Philippines, 323 p. C20

Weather and Rice International Rice Research Institute. 1986. Weather and Rice. Los Baños, Philippines. (book)

Kisimoto R, VA Dyck. 1976. Climate and rice insects. p. 367-390. (see below)

Climate and Rice International Rice Research Institute. 1976. Climate and Rice. Los Baños, Philippines, 565 pages. (book)

Ecological concepts  Jahn, G.C., Litsinger, J.A., Chen, Y. and Barrion, A.T. 2007. Integrated Pest Management of Rice: Ecological Concepts. p. 315- 366, In: Koul, O. and Cuperus, G.W. (eds)., Ecologically Based Integrated Pest Management, CAB International, Wallingford, UK 462 p. C46

Environmental diversity in the Pacific C15 Litsinger, J.A. 1984. Environmental diversity and insect pest abundance with reference to the Pacific. Proceedings of a Sub-regional Training Course on Methods of Controlling Diseases, Insects and other Pests of Plants in the South Pacific. CICP, USAID, GTZ, SPC, and Ministry of Agriculture, Nuku’alofa.Tonga.  510 p. C15

Pest Management Research Methodology Litsinger, J.A. 1977. Pest management research methodology on farmers’ fields in a cropping systems program.C3

Mining for nuggets Litsinger, J.A. 1992. Mining for insect pest management nuggets through farming systems research in tropical Asian rice agroecosystems. p. 435-442 in Toward a New Paradigm for Farming Systems Research/Extension. Proceedings of the 12th Annual Farming Systems Symposium. The Association for Farming Systems Research/Extension, Michigan State University, East Lansing, 12-18 Sept. 1992. C39

IPM Environmental Health Litsinger JA. 1990. Integrated pest management in rice: impact of pesticides. Paper presented at the Workshop on the Environmental and Health Impacts of Pesticide Use in Rice Culture, 28-30 March 1990, 37 p. C53

IPM Chapter in Women in Rice Farming Litsinger, J.A. 1985. Integrated pest management for rice in Asia. p. 489-500. In Proc. Conference on Women in Rice Farming Systems, September 26-30, 1983. IRRI, Philippines. 531 p. C19

Economic thresholds Way, M.O., A.A. Grigarick, J.A. Litsinger, F. Palis, and P.L. Pingali. 1991. Economic thresholds and injury levels for insect pests of rice. p. 67-105 in E.A. Heinrichs and T.A. Miller (eds.). Rice Insects: Management Strategies. Springer-Verlag. C35

Evaluation of recommendations Litsinger, J.A. 1982. Evaluation of insect control recommendations in a cropping systems program. p. 441-454. In Cropping Systems Research in Asia. IRRI, Los Baños, Philippines. 756 p. C12

10 Bandong Action thresholdsBandong, J.P. and J.A. Litsinger. 1988. Development of action control thresholds for major rice pests. p. 95-102 in P.S. Teng and K.L. Heong (eds.) Pesticide Management and Integrated Pest Management in Southeast Asia, CICP/USAID, College Park, Maryland, USA. C28

Remote Sensing Heinrichs, E.A., B.M. Shepard, and J.A. Litsinger. 1984. Potential uses of remote sensing in rice pest management. Proceedings: Remote Sensing Workshop, April 30 – May 2, 1984. IRRI, Philippines. C17

Get IPM to work Goodell G. 1984. Challenges to international pest management research and extension in the Third World: Do we really want IPM to work? Bulletin of the Entomological Society 30: 18-26. R23

Evenson Cotton in Australia Evenson JP. 1987. A case study of pest management on cotton in Queensland. p. 49-57. In: J. Tait, B. Napompeth (editors). Management of Pests and Pesticides: Farmers Perceptions and Practices. London: Westview Press, 244 p.

Waibel Economic thresholds Philippines Waibel H. 1987. Farmers’ practices and recommended economic threshold levels in irrigated rice in the Philippines. p. 191-197. In: J. Tait, B. Napompeth (editors). Management of Pests and Pesticides: Farmers Perceptions and Practices. London: Westview Press, 244 p.

Integrated control of planthoppers Hare JD. 1994. Status and prospects for an integrated approach to the control of rice planthoppers. p. 615-632. In: RF Denno & TJ Perfect (editors). Planthoppers: Their Ecology and Management. New York, NY (USA): Chapman and Hall, 789 p.

Population dynamics Perfect TJ, Cook AG. 1994. Rice planthopper population dynamics: a comparison between temperate and tropical climates. p. 282-301. In: RF Denno & TJ Perfect (editors). Planthoppers: Their Ecology and Management. New York, NY (USA): Chapman and Hall, 789 p.

Deter Planthopper Outbreaks Gallagher KD, Kenmore PE, Sogawa K. 1994. Judicial use of insecticides deter planthopper outbreaks and extend the life of resistant varieties in Southeast Asian rice. p. 599-614. In: RF Denno & TJ Perfect (editors). Planthoppers: Their Ecology and Management. New York, NY (USA): Chapman and Hall, 789 p.

1984 Bautista Environ Ent 439-43Bautista, R.C., E.A. Heinrichs and R.S. Rejesus. 1984. Economic injury levels for the rice leaffolder Cnaphalocrocis medinalis (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae): insect infestation and artificial leaf removal. Environmental Entomology 13(2):439-443.

BM Shepard, ER Ferrer, PE Kenmore, JP Sumangil. 1986. Sequential sampling: planthoppers in rice. Crop Protection 5 (5): 319-322.

IRRN 1987 12 (3) 33Arida, G.S. and B.M. Shepard. 1987. Walking the rice paddy for pest sampling does not affect yield. International Rice Research Newsletter 12(3):33.

IRRN 1988 13 (2) 22Estaño, D.B. and B.M. Shepard. 1988.  Influence of time of day and sweeping pattern on catches of green leafhopper.  International Rice Research Newsletter 13(2): 22.

IRRN 1988 13 (3) 37-38Rubia, E.G., A.A. Lazaro and B.M. Shepard. 1988.  Effect of sweep-net sampling at rice crop reproductive stage on yield.  International Rice Research Newsletter 13(3): 37-38.

IRRN 1988 13 (6) 38-39Justo, H.D.,Jr., Shepard, B.M., Perez, V.A. and Tsuboi, T. 1988. Comparison of sweep net sampling patterns for estimating population density of green leafhopper.  International Rice Research Newsletter 13(6): 38-39.

IRRN 1988 13 (6) 41-42Shepard, B.M., Minnick, D.R., Soriano, J.S., Ferrer, E.R. and Magistrado, O.N. 1988.  A simplified method for sampling leaffolders and planthoppers.  International Rice Research Newsletter 13(6): 40-41.

IRRN 1990 15 (5) 25-26Ramachandran, R., Caballero, P. and Khan, Z.R. 1990.  Pheromone components of rice leaffolders Cnaphalocrocis medinalis and Marasmia patnalis.  International Rice Research Newsletter 15(5): 25-26.

IRRN 1990 15 (1) 31-32Heong, K.L. and Aquino, G.B. 1990.  Arthropod diversity in tropical rice ecosystems.  International Rice Research Newsletter 15(1): 31-32.

IRRN 1989 14 (6) 30-31Rubia, E.G. and Heong, K.L. 1989.  Vertical distribution of two hopper species on rice plants.  International Rice Research Newsletter 14(6): 30-31.

IRRN 1989 14 (6) 29-30Heong, K.L. and Rubia, E.G. 1989.  Functional response of Pardosa (Lycosa) pseudoannulata on brown planthoppers and green leafhoppers.  International Rice Research Newsletter 14(6): 29-30.

IRRN 1990 15 (2) 29-30Riley JR, Reynolds DR, Smith AD, Cheng Xia-nian, Zhang Xiao-xi, Xu Guo-min, Cheng Ji-yi, and Bao Ai-dong, Zhai Bao-ping. 1990. Using radar to observe brown planthopper migration in China International Rice Research Newsletter 15 (2): 29-30.

IRRN 1990 15 (2) 32-33Abenes, M.L.P. and Khan, Z.R. 1990.  Attraction of rice leafhoppers and planthoppers to different light colors.  International Rice Research Newsletter 15(2): 32-33.

IRRN 1990 15 (3) 30-31Heong, K.L. and Rubia, E.G. 1990.  Mutual interference among wolf spider adult females.  International Rice Research Newsletter 15(3): 30-31.

IRRN 1990 15 (5) 21Morrill, W.L. and Rubia, E.G. 1990.  Behavior of the wolf spider Pardosa (Lycosa) pseudoannulata (Boes. et Str.).  International Rice Research Newsletter 15(5): 21.

IRRN 1990 15 (5) 23-24Guo, Y. and Heong, K.L. 1990.  Density-dependent mortality of rice leaffolder due to larval parasitism.  International Rice Research Newsletter 15(5): 23-24.

IRRN 1990 15 (5) 24-25Abenes, M.L.P. and Khan, Z.R. 1990.  Attractiveness of light color to selected predators of rice pests.  International Rice Research Newsletter 15(5): 24-25.

IRRN 1990 15 (6) 22-23Heong, K.L., Barrion, A.T. and Aquino, G.B. 1990.  Dynamics of major predator and prey species in rice fields.  International Rice Research Newsletter 15(6): 22-23.

IRRN 1990 15 (6) 27-28Heong, K.L., Aquino, G. and Barrion, A.T. 1990.  Comparing arthropod diversity in rice ecosystems.  International Rice Research Newsletter 15(6): 27-28.

IRRN 1991 16 (3) 23-24Loevinsohn, M.E. and Bandong, J. 1991.  Dispersal range of rice insect pests under natural conditions in the Philippines.  International Rice Research Newsletter 16(3): 23-24.

IRRN 1991 16 (3) 27Loevinsohn, M.E. 1991.  Brown planthopper dispersal range under natural conditions in the Philippines.  International Rice Research Newsletter 16(3): 27.

IRRN 1991 16 (4) 20-21Hendarsih S. Soeyitno J. 1991. Duration of diapause in white stem borer Scirpophaga innotata. International Rice Research Newsletter 16 (4) 20-21.

IRRN 1991 16 (5) 23-24Heong KL, Guo Yujie, Lazaro AA. 1991. Comparing parasitoid-host responses in laboratory experiments. International Rice Research Newsletter 16 (5) 23-24.

IRRN 1991 16 (5) 24Reddy, P.S. and Heong, K.L. 1991. Co-variation between insects in a ricefield and important spider species.  International Rice Research Newsletter 16(5): 24.

IRRN 1992 17 (5) 17Almazan, M.L.P. and K.L. Heong. 1992.  Fall-off rates of Nilaparvata lugens (Stål) and efficiency of the predator Limnogonus fossarum (F.).  International Rice Research Newsletter 17(5): 17.

IRRN 1994 19 (1) 20Arida, G.S. and K.L. Heong. 1994.  Sampling spiders during the rice fallow period.  Int. Rice Res. Notes 19(1): 20.

Crazy ant ecological dominance J65Wetterer, J.K., Miller, S.E., Wheeler, D.E., Olson, C.A., Polhemus, D.A., Pitts, M., Ashton, I.W., Himler, A.G., Yospin, M.M., Helms, K.R., Harken, E.L., Gallaher, J., Dunning, C.E., Nelson, M., Litsinger, J.A., Southern, A., and Burgess, T.L. 1999. Ecological dominance by Paratrechina longicornis (Hymenoptera: Formicidae), an invasive tramp ant, in Biosphere 2. Florida Entomol. 82:381-388.

myint-5-4-259-265MM Myint, HR Rapusas, EA Heinrichs. 1986. Integration of varietal resistance and predation for the management of Nephotettix virescens (Homoptera: Cicadellidae) populations on rice. Crop Protection 5 (4): 259-265.

fabellar-5 4-254-258LT Fabellar, EA Heinrichs. 1986. Relative toxicity of insecticides to rice planthoppers and leafhoppers and their predators. Crop Protection 5 (4): 254-258.

1958 2 123-127 SeikaYASUNAGA SEIKA. 1958. The Experimental Method of Forecasting the Occurrence of the Rice Stem Borer in the First Generation. I. The Method to Forecast the Peak Date of Moth Appearance and the Population of the Moths Emerging in the Later Period of the First Generation. Japanese Journal of Applied Entomology and Zoology 2 (2): 123-127.

1961 2 109-113 OhoNobuhiko OHO, Sohei YASUDA and Masatsugu FUKAYA. 1961. Investigations on the Yellow Muscardine Disease of the Paddy Borers (Chilo suppressalis and Schoenobius incertelus) in Relation to Forecasting. Japanese Journal of Applied Entomology and Zoology 5 (2): 109-113.

1963 4 327-337 KiritaniKeizi KIRITANI. 1963. The Change in Reproductive System of the Southern Green Stink Bug, Nezara viridula, and its Application to Forecasting of the Seasonal History. Japanese Journal of Applied Entomology and Zoology 7 (4): 327-337.

1973 4 171-180 NakasujiFusao NAKASUJI, Hisaaki YAMANAKA, Keizi KIRITANI. 1973. Control of the Tobacco Cutworm, Spodoptera litura F., with Polyphagous Predators and Ultra-Low Concentration of Chlorophenamidine. Japanese Journal of Applied Entomology and Zoology 17 (4): 171-180.

1975 2 63-69 KoyamaJuro KOYAMA. 1975. Studies on the Diminution of Insecticide Application to the Rice Stem Borer, Chilo suppressalis WALKER. II. The Economic Injury Level of the Rice Stem Borer and its Predictive Estimation. Japanese Journal of Applied Entomology and Zoology 19 (2): 63-69.

1975 3 125-132 KoyamaJuro KOYAMA. 1975. Studies on the Diminution of Insecticide Application to the Rice Stem Borer, Chilo suppressalis WALKER. III. The Effect of Insecticide Application on the Density of Larvae of the Rice Stem Borer and Spiders. Japanese Journal of Applied Entomology and Zoology 19 (3): 125-132.

1978 4 260-268 EmuraKazuo EMURA and Akio KOJIMA, 1978. Threshold Density for Insecticidal Control of the Rice Leaf Beetle, Oulema oryzae KUWAYAMA. I. An Analysis of Survivorship Curves in Relation to Mortality Factor. Japanese Journal of Applied Entomology and Zoology 22 (4): 260-268.

1980 3 150-156 EmuraKazuo EMURA and Akio KOJIMA. 1980. Threshold Density of the Rice Leaf Beetle, Oulema oryzae KUWAYAMA, for Insecticidal Control. III. Control Threshold Density and Sampling Size. Japanese Journal of Applied Entomology and Zoology 24 (3): 150-156.

1987 2 125-133 TanakaFukusaburo TANAKA, Syo YABUKI, Sadahiro TATSUKI, Hisaaki TSUMUKI, Hiroo KANNO, Makoto HATTORI, Kenji USUI, Masaaki KURIHARA, Kyoichi UCHIUMI, Jun-ichi FUKAMI. 1987. Control Effect of Communication Disruption with Synthetic Pheromones in Paddy Fields in the Rice Stem Borer, Chilo suppressalis (WALKER) (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae. Japanese Journal of Applied Entomology and Zoology 31 (2): 125-133.

1996 4 279-286 KojimaAkio KOJIMA, Chikako YAMASHIRO, Michinobu ARISAKA. 1996. Regional Control Threshold of Rice Stem Borer, Chilo suppressalis WALKER (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae), Indicated by Adult Catch with Sex-Pheromone Trap. Japanese Journal of Applied Entomology and Zoology 40 (4): 279-286.

IRRN 1976 1 (2) 16-17Chatterjee, PB. 1976. Operational Research Project on Integrated Control of Rice Pests. International Rice Research Newsletter 1 (2) 16-17.

IRRN 1977 2 (1) 8cMostowfi P. 1977. Integrated control of Chilo suppressalis in Iran. International Rice Research Newsletter 2 (1) 8c.

IRRN 1977 2 (1) 9 Misra US. 1977. Insecticidal sprays in alternate strips protect spider predators in paddy. International Rice Research Newsletter 2 (1) 9.

IRRN 1977 2 (4) 6aVan Halteren P. 1977. Yield losses and economic injury levels of rice insect pests in South Sulawesi, Indonesia. International Rice Research Newsletter 2 (4) 6a.

IRRN 1977 2 (5) 3Hargrove TR. 1977. Survey of environmental and biological problems related to rice growing in Asia International Rice Research Newsletter 2 (5) 3.

IRRN 1977 2 (5) 10 Hargrove TR. 1977. Survey of insects and diseases in Asia. International Rice Research Newsletter 2 (5) 10.

IRRN 1977 2 (6) 2-3Subramanyam KN. 1977. Rice in Andaman and Nicobar Islands—problems and prospects. International Rice Research Newsletter 2 (6) 2-3.

IRRN 1978 3 (5) 4-5Hargrove TR. 1978. Objectives of rice breeders in Asia. International Rice Research Newsletter 3 (5) 4-5.

IRRN 1978 3 (6) 14-15Lim GS. 1978. Differential light-trap catches of brown planthoppers in relation to time of operation. International Rice Research Newsletter 3 (6) 14-15.

IRRN 1979 4 (1) 11Verma ML, KC Agrawal, AR Upadhyay, RK Patel. 1979. Observations on rice diseases and insects in Madhya Pradesh, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 4 (1) 11.

IRRN 1979 4 (1) 16Mukhopadhyay S, AB Ghosh, S Chakravarti. 1979. Population dynamics of green leafhopper with respect to time and space. International Rice Research Newsletter 4 (1) 16.

IRRN 1979 4 (1) 16-17 Chakravarti S, AB Ghosh, S. Mukhopadhyay. 1979. Biology of the green leafhopper Nephotettix virescens. International Rice Research Newsletter 4 (1) 16-17.

IRRN 1979 4 (3) 19Brooks JC. 1979. Natural biological suppression agents of rice pests in the eastern plains of Colombia. International Rice Research Newsletter 4 (3) 19.

IRRN 1979 4 (3) 25Chatterjee PB, AK Maitra, MK Sarkar, Dutta S, 1979. Farmers’ perceptions of constraints to high yields in wetland paddy. International Rice Research Newsletter 4 (3) 25.

IRRN 1979 4 (4) 13-14Shrivastava SK, PD Deshmukh, DJ Pophali, GA Gangrade, UK Kaushik, BC Shukla, GL Patidar. 1979. Attraction of gall midge to lights. International Rice Research Newsletter 4 (4) 13-14.

IRRN 1979 4 (4) 20-21Zafar MA, NA Chaudhry. 1979. Moth population fluctuation — a tool for forecasting stem borer outbreaks. International Rice Research Newsletter 4 (4) 20-21.

IRRN 1979 4 (5) 22-23Cooter RJ, PS Baker, DB Ogden. 1979. Flight capabilities of the brown planthopper. International Rice Research Newsletter 4 (5) 22-23.

IRRN 1979 4 (6) 12Ooi PAC. 1979. Flight activities of brown planthopper, whitebacked planthopper, and their predator C. lividipennis in Malaysia. International Rice Research Newsletter 4 (6) 12.

IRRN 1979 4 (6) 14-15Lim GS, Jusoh M, 1979. Relative attraction of rice hoppers and their common predators to different light sources. International Rice Research Newsletter 4 (6) 14-15.

IRRN 1980 5 (1) 13-14Ooi PAC. 1980. Seasonal abundance of the whitebacked planthopper and brown planthopper and predators in insecticide-free rice fields in Malaysia. International Rice Research Newsletter 5 (1) 13-14.

IRRN 1980 5 (1) 14Chatterjee PB, M Sarkar. 1980. Pest occurrence on split transplanted rice. International Rice Research Newsletter 5 (1) 14.

IRRN 1980 5 (3) 17Huynh NV. 1980. Seasonal distribution of rice stem borers in the Mekong Delta of Vietnam. International Rice Research Newsletter 5 (3) 17.

IRRN 1980 5 (4) 20-21Chiu SF. 1980. Present and future gall midge control strategies in South China. International Rice Research Newsletter 5 (4) 20-21.

IRRN 1980 5 (5) 9Koesnang S, PS Rao. 1980. Life span of and tungro transmission by viruliferous Nephotettix virescens on 10 rice varieties at LPPM, Indonesia. International Rice Research Newsletter 5 (5) 9.

IRRN 1980 5 (5) 18-19Rohan H.S. Rajapakse and Varuni L Kulasekera. 1980. Survival of rice bug Leptocorisa oratorius on graminaceous weeds during the fallow period between rice cropping in Sri Lanka. International Rice Research Newsletter 5 (5) 18-19.

IRRN 1981 6 (1) 6-7Huynh NV, VT Xuan. 1981. Role of resistant varieties in depressing brown planthopper populations in the Mekong Delta of Vietnam. International Rice Research Newsletter 6 (1) 6-7.

IRRN 1981 6 (2) 7Kudagamage C, L Nugaliyadde 1981. Gall midge infestation in a monthly planted trial. International Rice Research Newsletter 6 (2) 7.

IRRN 1981 6 (5) 17-18Saroja R. 1981. Use of colored lights to attract rice insects. International Rice Research Newsletter 6 (5) 17-18.

IRRN 1981 6 (6) 16-17Rambajan I. 1981. Major insect pests of paddy in Guyana. International Rice Research Newsletter 6 (6) 16-17.

IRRN 1981 6 (6) 18Subramanyan A, VKR Sathiyanandam. 1981. Effect of intensity of light on the predacious green mirid bug. International Rice Research Newsletter 6 (6) 18.

IRRN 1981 6 (6) 20-21Saroja R, N Raju. 1981. Fluctuation of yellow stem borer moths in Tirur, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 6 (6) 20-21.

IRRN 1982 7 (1) 15 Mohan Rao KR, GV Subbaratnam, N Hari Prasada Rao, Khalid Ahmad. 1982. Minimum insecticide for rice pest control. International Rice Research Newsletter 7 (1) 15.

IRRN 1982 7 (3) 13Sathiyanandam VK, A Subramanian. 1982. The attraction of brown planthoppers and green leafhoppers to colored lights. International Rice Research Newsletter 7 (3) 13.

IRRN 1982 7 (4) 17-18Lee JO, HG Goh, YH Kim, JS Park, JH Kim, CH Park. 1982. Disruption of striped rice borer males’ orientation to pheromone traps. International Rice Research Newsletter 7 (4) 17-18.

IRRN 1982 7 (5) 20Manjunath TM. 1982. Light-trap catches of rice yellow stem borer. International Rice Research Newsletter 7 (5) 20.

IRRN 1982 7 (5) 20-21Carbonnel RM. 1982. Bionomics of the rice water weevil Lissorhoptrus brevirostris in Cuba. International Rice Research Newsletter 7 (5) 20-21.

IRRN 1982 7 (6) 14Putta M, D Chettanachit, T Omura, T Morinaka, Y Honda, Yasuo Saito, S Disthaporn. 1982. Host range of rice gall dwarf virus. International Rice Research Newsletter 7 (6) 14.

IRRN 1982 7 (6) 17-18 Domingo IT, EA Heinrichs, FG Medrano. 1982. Life history of rice bug Leptocorisa oratorius (F.). International Rice Research Newsletter 7 (6) 17-18.

IRRN 1983 8 (1) 11Kudagamage C. 1983. Leaffolder population monitoring using a sex pheromone. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (1)  11.

IRRN 1983 8 (1) 12-13Rao MG, A Anjaneyulu. 1983. Effect of meteorological factors on oviposition and nymphal hatching of rice tungro virus vector Nephotettix virescens. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (1) 12-13.

IRRN 1983 8 (1) 16Saroja R, N Raju. 1983. Seasonal incidence of rice whorl maggot at Tirur, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (1) 16.

IRRN 1983 8 (4) 16Janarthanan B, S Mohan. 1983. Influence of lunar cycle on light trap catches of rice stem borer. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (4) 16.

IRRN 1983 8 (4) 19Reddy KD, DS Mishra. 1983. Light trap catches of green leafhoppers by time of day. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (4) 19.

IRRN 1983 8 (4) 19-20Joshi RC, MS Venugopal. 1983. Light trap catches of rice gall midge. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (4) 19-20.

IRRN 1983 8 (5) 14-15Mohan S, R Janarthanan. 1983. Attraction of rice gall midge Orseolia oryzae to light sources. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (5) 14-15.

IRRN 1983 8 (6) 13 Jeffrey MH, Dyck VA. 1983. Effect of moonlight on light-trap catches of brown planthopper. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (6) 13.

IRRN 1983 8 (6) 16Zafar MA. 1983. Effect of rice stubble on stem borer hibernation. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (6) 16.

IRRN 1984 9 (1) 22aSam MD, S Chelliah. 1984. Biology of the white leafhopper on rice. International Rice Research Newsletter 9 (1) 22a.

IRRN 1984 9 (2) 18aGubbaiah. 1984. Rice thrips outbreak in the Visweswarayya Canal (VC) tract. International Rice Research Newsletter 9 (2) 18a.

IRRN 1984 9 (2) 20aRaman K, S Uthamasamy. 1984. Effect of insecticide application on rice growth. International Rice Research Newsletter 9 (2) 20a.

IRRN 1984 9 (2) 30Rosenberg LJ, JI Mago.1984. Flight duration of the brown planthopper. International Rice Research Newsletter 9 (2) 30.

IRRN 1984 9 (4) 17Valle RR, E Kuno. 1984. A comparative study of some bionomic parameters of three species of rice green rice leafhoppers. International Rice Research Newsletter 9 (4) 17.

IRRN 1984 9 (5) 14-15Thuat NC, D vun Thans. 1984. Population dynamics of the brown planthopper in the Mekong Delta. International Rice Research Newsletter 9 (5) 14-15.

IRRN 1984 9 (5) 17Gunathilagaraj K, S Chelliah. 1984. Population density of Sogatella furcifera (Horvath) and Nilaparvata lugens (Stål.). International Rice Research Newsletter 9 (5) 17.

IRRN 1984 9 (6) 21Kartohardjono A. 1984. Wet season population fluctuation of whitebacked planthopper in West Java. International Rice Research Newsletter 9 (6) 21.

IRRN 1985 10 (1) 21-22Meneses-Carbonell R. 1985. Rice water weevil host plants in Cuba. International Rice Research Newsletter 10 (1) 21-22.

IRRN 1985 10 (1) 22Chakravorty S, MK Ghosh, N Roychoudhury. 1985. Accelerative effect of juvenoids and precocene-ll on diapause breaking of the larvae of three stem borers. International Rice Research Newsletter 10 (1) 22.

IRRN 1985 10 (1) 23 Valle RR. 1985. Biology of the rice green leafhopper Nephotettix malayanus. International Rice Research Newsletter 10 (1) 23.

IRRN 1985 10 (2) 15 Zaheruddeen SM, PS Prakasa Rao. 1985. Oviposition of brown planthopper on some common weeds, wild rices, and rotation crops. International Rice Research Newsletter 10 (2) 15.

IRRN 1985 10 (3) 25-26 Samalo AP. 1985. Integrated control of rice gall midge. International Rice Research Newsletter 10 (3) 25-26.

IRRN 1985 10 (4) 21Misra DS, KD Reddy. 1985. Seasonal population of rice leafhoppers and planthoppers at Varanasi, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 10 (4) 21.

IRRN 1985 10 (5) 22Husain M, N Begum. 1985. Seasonal stem borer population fluctuations in Mymensingh, Bangladesh. International Rice Research Newsletter 10 (5) 22.

IRRN 1985 10 (5) 23-25Holt J, GA Norton, TJ Perfect, AG Cook. 1985. A strategic modelling approach to brown planthopper management. International Rice Research Newsletter 10 (5) 23-25.

IRRN 1985 10 (6) 18 Rahman MM, MA Nahar, SA Minh. 1985. Tungro virus spread in rice fields. International Rice Research Newsletter 10 (6) 18.

IRRN 1986 11 (3) 22aLi Hongke. 1986. Beauveria bassiana for controlling brown planthopper and green leafhopper. International Rice Research Newsletter 11 (3) 22a.

IRRN 1986 11 (4) 33-34Saroja R. 1986. Effect of neem product foliar sprays on rice pests. International Rice Research Newsletter 11 (4) 33-34.

IRRN 1986 11 (5) 28Chen Long-wen, Ouyang Xing-yang. 1986. Modeling for the size of the damage-causing second generation of rice leaffolder. International Rice Research Newsletter 11 (5) 28.

IRRN 1986 11 (5) 32-33Sogawa K, A Kusmayadi, Y Raksadinata, Soekirno, F Natanegara, TR Djatmono. 1986. Population dynamics of the brown planthopper in irrigated lowland areas of West Java, Indonesia. International Rice Research Newsletter 11 (5) 32-33.

IRRN 1986 11 (5) 35Nguyen Van Huynh, Nguyen Ngoc Pho, Nguyen Trung Truc. 1986. Incidence of the yellow stem borer on deep water rice in the Mekong delta, Vietnam. International Rice Research Newsletter 11 (5) 35.

IRRN 1986 11 (6) 21-22Subiachandraselvan M, R Saroja, TB Ranganathan. 1986. Epidemiology of rice tungro virus in 1984-85 kharif, Chingleput District, Tamil Nadu. International Rice Research Newsletter 11 (6) 21-22.

IRRN 1986 11 (6) 23-24Ho DT. 1986. Nuclear polyhedrosis virus for controlling the ear-cutting caterpillar. International Rice Research Newsletter 11 (6) 23-24.

IRRN 1987 12 (1) 20-21Valle RR. 1987. Daylength effect on development of four green leafhopper Nephotettix spp. International Rice Research Newsletter 12 (1) 20-21.

IRRN 1987 12 (2) 34aRajasekaran B, R Rajendran, R Velusamy, PC Sundara Babu. 1987. Effect of vegetable oil on rice leaffolder feeding behavior. International Rice Research Newsletter 12 (2) 34a.

IRRN 1987 12 (2) 36Velusamy R, R Rajendran, PC Sundara Babu. 1987. Effect of three neem products on brown planthopper oviposition. International Rice Research Newsletter 12 (2) 36.

IRRN 1987 12 (3) 34-35Ukwungwu MN. 1987. Seasonal changes in the stem borer Maliarpha separatella populations. International Rice Research Newsletter 12 (3) 34-35.

IRRN 1987 12 (6) 23-24Aiyanathan KEA, P Narayanasamy. 1987. Effect of neem oil on tungro infection in susceptible and resistant varieties. International Rice Research Newsletter 12 (6) 23-24.

IRRN 1988 13 (1) 28-29Narasimhan V, V Mariappan. 1988. Effect of plant derivatives on green leafhopper and rice tungro transmission. International Rice Research Newsletter 13 (1) 28-29.

IRRN 1988 13 (2) 23-24Garg DK. 1988. Host range and overwintering of rice pink stem borer in a hilly region of India. International Rice Research Newsletter 13 (2) 23-24.

IRRN 1988 13 (3) 33-34Nadarajan L, BP Skaria. 1988. Leaffolder resurgence and species composition in Pattambi, Kerala. International Rice Research Newsletter 13 (3) 33-34.

IRRN 1988 13 (3) 37Diratmaja IGPA. 1988. Fecundity of several green leafhopper populations in Indonesia. International Rice Research Newsletter 13 (3) 37.

IRRN 1988 13 (3) 38-39Zhang ZT, WZ Kong, JL Gao, TH Shao. 1988. Acoustic signal-producing organ of brown planthopper. International Rice Research Newsletter 13 (3) 38-39.

IRRN 1988 13 (3) 42-43Dakshinamurthy A, A Regupathy. 1988. Alternate rice field hosts of the Angoumois grain moth. International Rice Research Newsletter 13 (3) 42-43.

IRRN 1988 13 (4) 42aReddy GVP, KCD Urs. 1988. Effect of plant extracts on brown planthopper oviposition. International Rice Research Newsletter 13 (4) 42a.

IRRN 1988 13 (5) 12-13Parasuraman S, AA Kareem. 1988. A synthetic diet for rice leaffolder. International Rice Research Newsletter 13 (5) 12-13.

IRRN 1988 13 (5) 31-32Holt J, TJ Perfect. 1988. An expert system for insecticide control of brown planthopper. International Rice Research Newsletter 13 (5) 31-32.

IRRN 1988 13 (5) 33-34Pillai MAK, S Ponniah. 1988. Neem for control of rice thrips. International Rice Research Newsletter 13 (5) 33-34.

IRRN 1989 14 (1) 30Panda SK, N Shi. 1989. Carbofuran-induced rice leaffolder resurgence. International Rice Research Newsletter 14 (1) 30.

IRRN 1989 14 (3) 38Inayatullah C, Ehsan-ul-Haq, N Tanweer, N Mahmood. 1989. Incidence of rice stem borers in the Punjab. International Rice Research Newsletter 14 (3) 38.

IRRN 1989 14 (4) 36Mohanraj D, R Janarthanan, S Suresh, 1989. Effect of lunar phase on attraction of rice pests to a black light traps. International Rice Research Newsletter 14 (4) 37.

IRRN 1989 14 (5) 30Ramaraju K, P C Sundara Babu. 1989. Effect of plant derivatives on brown planthopper and whitebacked planthopper nymph emergence on rice. International Rice Research Newsletter 14 (5) 30.

IRRN 1990 15 (2) 29-30Riley JR, DR Reynolds, AD Smith, Cheng Xia-nian, Zhang Xiao-xi, Xu Guo-min, Cheng Ji-yi, Bao Ai-dong. 1990. Using radar to observe brown planthopper migration in China. International Rice Research Newsletter 15 (2) 29-30.

IRRN 1990 15 (4) 28-29Islam Z, M Hasan. 1990. A method for rearing diapausing rice yellow stem borer. International Rice Research Newsletter 15 (4) 28-29.

IRRN 1990 15 (5) 20Viswanathan R, K Kandiannan. 1990. Effect of urea applied with neem cake on disease intensity and insect population in rice fields. International Rice Research Newsletter 15 (5) 20.

IRRN 1990 15 (6) 23-24Saroja R, S Raguraman, KS Paramasivan. 1990. Influence of lunar phase on green leafhopper incidence. International Rice Research Newsletter 15 (6) 23-24.

IRRN 1990 15 (6) 24aInayatullah C, A Majid, MS Moughal. 1990. Fluctuations in rice stem borer density in the Punjab. International Rice Research Newsletter 15 (6) 24a.

IRRN 1991 16 (2) 21-22Selvaraj C, P Narayanasamy. 1991. Effect of plant extracts in controlling rice tungro. International Rice Research Newsletter 16 (2) 21-22.

IRRN 1991 16 (3) 24-25Islam Z. 1991. Rice yellow stem borer egg deposition preferences. International Rice Research Newsletter 16 (3) 24-25.

IRRN 1991 16 (4) 20-21Hendarsih S, J Soeyitno. 1991. Duration of diapause in white stem borer Scirpophaga innotata. International Rice Research Newsletter 16 (4) 20-21.

IRRN 1991 16 (5) 23-24Heong KL, Guo Yujie, AA Lazaro. 1991. Comparing parasitoid-host responses in laboratory experiments. International Rice Research Newsletter 16 (5) 23-24.

IRRN 1991 16 (5) 29-30Simpson I, PA Roger. 1991. Impact of agrochemicals on mosquito larvae populations in rice fields. International Rice Research Newsletter 16 (5) 29-30.

IRRN 1991 16 (6) 21Puzari KC, LK Hazarika. 1991. Efficacy of Beauveria bassiana combined with various stickers or spreaders against rice hispa. International Rice Research Newsletter 16 (6) 21.

IRRN 1991 16 (6) 21-22Castilla NP, ZR Khan. 1991. Mating sequence of rice leaffolder Marasmia patnalis Bradley. International Rice Research Newsletter 16 (6) 21-22.

IRRN 1991 16 (6) 24Ramakrishnan S, MS Venugopal.1991. Influence of some weather factors on rice stem borer infestation. International Rice Research Newsletter 16 (6) 24.

IRRN 1991 16 (6) 25Ramakrishnan S, MS Venugopal. 1991. Comparison of yellow stem borer catch in light traps. International Rice Research Newsletter 16 (6) 25.

IRRN 1992 17 (1) 23Narayanasamy P, R Viswanathan. 1992. Seed sprout extracts for control of rice tungro disease. International Rice Research Newsletter 17 (1) 23.

IRRN 1992 17 (1) 26Ramakrishnan S, MS Venugopal. 1992. Influence of lunar phase on yellow stem borer attraction to light trap. International Rice Research Newsletter 17 (1) 26.

IRRN 1992 17 (1) 27Ramakrishnan S, MS Venugopal. 1992. Influence of weather factors on light trap catches of yellow stem borer. International Rice Research Newsletter 17 (1) 27.

IRRN 1992 17 (3) 9-10Joshi RC, BM Shepard, PE Kenmore, R Lydia. 1992. Insecticide-induced resurgence of brown planthopper on IR62. International Rice Research Newsletter 17 (3) 9-10.

IRRN 1992 17 (3) 20-21Bhudhasamai T, P Silapasorn, C Shoiwtip. 1992. Effect of foliar spray insecticides on brown planthopper resurgence in rice. International Rice Research Newsletter 17 (3) 20-21.

IRRN 1992 17 (3) 21Ramakrishnan S, MS Venugopal. 1992. Hourly light trap catches of yellow stem borer. International Rice Research Newsletter 17 (3) 21.

IRRN 1992 17 (6) 36Holt J, TCB Chancellor, MK Satapathy. 1992. A prototype simulation model to investigate the spread of tungro viruses in a rice crop. International Rice Research Newsletter 17 (6) 36.

IRRN 1993 18 (1) 47Suzuki Y, LPE Ratini, FXR Atmoidjojo. 1993. Forecasting rice tungro disease occurrence in asynchronous rice planting areas on an empirical basis. International Rice Research Notes 18 (1) 47.

IRRN 1993 18 (3) 34Durairaj C, MS Venugopal. 1993. Effects of neem and nochi on rice bug Leptocorisa acuta. International Rice Research Notes 18 (3) 34.

IRRN 1993 18 (4) 33-34Pollet A. 1993. Egg-laying behavior of African white rice borer Maliarpha separatella Ragonot. International Rice Research Notes 18 (4) 33-34.

IRRN 1994 19 (2) 28Telan IF, TH Xuan, FM Olivares Jr. 1994. Effects of botanical treatments on brown planthopper Nilaparvata lugens (Stål). International Rice Research Notes 19 (2) 28.

IRRN 1994 19 (3) 29Pham Thi Thuy, Nguyen Thi Bac, Dong Thanh, Tran Thanh Thap. 1994. Effects of Beauveria bassiana Vuill. and Metarhizium anisopliae Sorok. on brown planthopper (Nilaparvata lugens Stål) in Vietnam. International Rice Research Notes 19 (3) 29.

IRRN 1994 19 (3) 29aGuangjie Liu, 1994. Whitebacked planthopper feeding on rice seedlings treated with uniconazole. International Rice Research Notes 19 (3) 29a.

IRRN 1994 19 (4) 18-19Mazumder D, KC Puzari, LK Hazarika. 1994. Mass culture of Beauvaria bassiana (Bals.) Vuill. on rice hulls. International Rice Research Notes 19 (4) 18-19.

IRRN 1994 19 (4) 19Bandara JMRS, D Ahangama. 1994. Metarrhizium sp.: a new biocontrol agent for brown planthopper management in rice fields. International Rice Research Notes 19 (4) 19.

IRRN 1994 19 (4) 19-20Pantoja A, C Garcia, OL Mejia. 1994. Flight activity of Spodoptera frugiperda (J. E. Smith) in acid savanna rice fields in northeastern Colombia. International Rice Research Notes 19 (4) 19-20.

IRRN 1994 19 (4) 20-21Jiaan Cheng, Zeng-Rong Zhu. 1994. Applying insecticides at early stage of rice cropping season may cause brown planthopper resurgence. International Rice Research Notes 19 (4) 20-21.

IRRN 1995 20 (3) 24-25Mikunthan G. 1995. Effect of some fungicides on Metarrhizium anisopliae (Metchnikoff) Sorokin: an entomopathogen on insect pests of rice and pulses. International Rice Research Notes 20 (3) 24-25.

IRRN 1999 24 (3) 19-20AM Dirie, MB Cohen, JS Bentur. 1999. A procedure for determining the mating status of the yellow stem borer. International Rice Research Notes 24 (3) 19-20.

IRRN 1999 24 (3) 28-29Z Islam. 1999. Influence of unusual weather on pest outbreaks and rice production in Bangladesh. International Rice Research Notes 24 (3) 28-29.

IRRN 2000 25 (2) 4-10MB Cohen, F Gould, JS Bentur. 2000. Bt rice: practical steps to sustainable use. International Rice Research Notes 25 (2) 4-10.

IRRN 2001 26 (1) 26-27RM Aguda, SK Datta, J Tu, MB Cohen. 2001. Expression of Bt genes under control of different promoters in rice at vegetative and flowering stages. International Rice Research Notes 26 (1) 26-27.

IRRN 2001 26 (1) 29-30R Zhang, Q. Zhou, D Gu. 2001. Analysis of spatial structure and distribution of brown planthopper at a macro-scale level. International Rice Research Notes 26 (1) 29-30.

IRRN 2001 26 (2) 38-39Qiang Fu, Zhitao Zhang, Cui Hu, Fengxiang Lai. 2001. Comparing the performance of three host-related populations of Nilaparvata lugens (Stål) on holidic diets with various amino acid compositions. International Rice Research Notes 26 (2) 38-39.

IRRN 2001 26 (2) 42-43E Rubia-Sanchez, J Catindig, KL Heong. 2001. Mortality of first- and second-instar larvae of yellow stem borer in four indica cultivars at the vegetative stage. International Rice Research Notes 26 (2) 42-43.

IRRN 2001 26 (2) 43-44N Afsana, Z Islam. 2001. Effects of the ladybird beetle Micraspis discolor on yield components and grain yield of rice. International Rice Research Notes 26 (2) 43-44.

IRRN 2002 27 (1) 34-35KB Kaboré, D Dakouo, B Thio. 2002. Efficiency and profitability of an IPM package against insects, blast, and nematodes in irrigated rice. International Rice Research Notes 27 (1) 34-35.

IRRN 2003 28 (1) 44S Jeyarajan Nelson, N Murugesan, VKR Sathiyanandam, YS Johnson Thangaraj Edward, M Muthusamy. 2003. A new botanical insecticide for managing rice bug. International Rice Research Notes 28 (1) 44.

IRRN 2003 28 (1) 74-76P Sumathi, MN Budhar. 2003. Extent of women’s involvement in Indian rice cultivation. International Rice Research Notes 28 (1) 74-76.

IRRN 2003 28 (2) 30-31RC Joshi, EB Gergon, AR Martin, AD Bahatan, JB Cabigat. 2003. Is the trap barrier system with a rice trap crop a reservoir for rice insect pests? International Rice Research Notes 28 (2) 30-31.

IRRN 2003 28 (2) 55-56WDNR Prasad, M Wijeratne. 2003. Agricultural extension and farmer needs for technology. International Rice Research Notes 28 (2) 55-56.

IRRN 2003 28 (2) 62M Thomas. 2003. Low-input management of swarming caterpillar outbreak in central India. International Rice Research Notes 28 (2) 62.

IRRN 2003 28 (2) 62-63BM Catudan, RC Joshi, EB Gergon, NV Desamero, LS Sebastian, JC Cabigat, A Cayong. 2003. Knowledge, attitudes, and practices on rat management of Ifugao rice farmers, Philippines. International Rice Research Notes 28 (2) 62-63.

IRRN 2004 29 (1) 77-78M Wijeratne, WN Silva, AL Sandika. 2004. Impact of farmer field schools on farmer knowledge: the IPM experience in Sri Lanka. International Rice Research Notes 29 (1) 77-78.

IRRN 2004 29 (1) 81-82OO Ogundele. 2004. Input use and socioeconomic characteristics of rice farmers: gender dimensions and implications for smallholder agriculture in Nigeria. International Rice Research Notes 29 (1) 81-82.

IRRN 2004 29 (2) 15-16K Bashir, T Hunain, S Riazuddin. 2004. Response of transgenic rice expressing two Bt genes to nontarget insects. International Rice Research Notes 29 (2) 15-16.

IRRN 2004 29 (2) 28-30MM Thein, VS Singh, S Chander N Kalra. 2004. A method of transforming rice stinkbug counts in rice. International Rice Research Notes 29 (2) 28-30.

IRRN 2004 29 (2) 65-67RS Rekhi, J Singh, RK Goel, J Singh. 2004. Crop yield, disease incidence, and insect pest attack in relation to N dynamics in rice. International Rice Research Notes 29 (2) 65-67.

IRRN 2004 29 (2) 95-97Z Islam, KL Heong, and M Bell, IRRI; and LK Haraika, DJ Rajkhowa, S Ali, BC Dutta, M Bhuyan. 2004. Current status or rice pests and their management in Assam, India – a discussion with extension agents. International Rice Research Notes 29 (2) 95-97.

IRRN 2005 30 (1) 24-25GO Amaugo, SO Emosairue, M Okpara. 2005. Effect of neem seed kernel extracts on stem borer damage and yield of upland rice in southeastern Nigeria. International Rice Research Notes 30 (1) 24-25.

IRRN 2005 30 (1) 29-30R Nalini, K Gunathilagaraj, S Uthamasamy. 2005. Interaction among resistant rice genotypes, whitebacked planthopper Sogatella furcifera (Horvath), and egg parasitoid Anagrus nr. flaveolus. International Rice Research Notes 30 (1) 29-30.

IRRN 2005 30 (1) 31-32E Belina, PMM David, MAK Pillai. 2005. Effects of cow-five, a fermented mixture of cow products, and soap nut on leaffolder. International Rice Research Notes 30 (1) 31-32.

IRRN 2006 31 (2) 39-41B Usha Rani, R Rajendran, K Suresh. 2006. Use of resistant varieties and organic nutrients to manage yellow stem borer in rice. International Rice Research Notes 31 (2) 39-41.

IRRN 2007 32 (2) 37-38RK Singh, NP Mandal, CV Singh. 2007. Effects of applying all or individual management components on rice yield in rainfed uplands. International Rice Research Notes 32 (2) 37-38.

Pandey 1991Pandey, Sushil and R. W. Medd. 1991. A stochastic dynamic programming framework for weed control decision making: An application to Avena fatua L. Agricultural Economics 6: 115-128.

Schaeffer Bolero environ impact 1983Schaefer CH, T Miura, R J Stewart, and E F Dupras Jr. 1982. Studies on the potential environmental impact of the herbicide thiobencarb Bolero. Proceedings Papers Annual Conference of the California Mosquito Vector Control Association 38: 89-98.

Pandey 1991S Pandey, RW Medd. 1991. A stochastic dynamic programming framework for weed control decision making: an application to Avena fatua L. Agricultural Economics 6: 115-128.

1967-1-kiritani-39-50Keiji Kiritani, Nobuhiko Hokyoi, Katutiyo Kimura. 1967. The Study on the Regulatory System of the Population of the Southern Green Stink Bug, Nezara viridula L. (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) under Semi-Natural Conditions. Applied Entomology & Zoology 2 (1): 39-50.

1968-1-kisimoto-37-48Ryoiti Kisimoto. 1968. Yellow Pan Water Trap for Sampling the Small Brown Planthopper, Laodelphax striatellus (FALLEN), a Vector of the Rice Stripe Virus. Applied Entomology & Zoology 3 (1): 37-48.

1970-4-kuno-hokyo-225-227Eizi Kuno, Nobuhiko Hokyo. 1970. Mean Longevity of Adults in a Field Population of the Brown Planthopper Nilaparvata lugens STÅL (Hemiptera: Delphacidae), as Estimated by Hokyo and Kiritani’s Method. Applied Entomology & Zoology 5 (4): 225-227.

1971-1-hokyo-1-10Nobuhiko HoKyo. 1971. Applicability of the Temperature-Sum Rule in Estimating the Emergence Time of the Overwintering Population of the Green Rice Leafhopper, Nephotettix cincticeps UHLER (Hemiptera: Deltocephalidae). Applied Entomology & Zoology 6 (1): 1-10.

1972-3-miyashita-109-115Kazuyoshi Miyashita, Kazuo Nakamura, Yosiaki Ito. 1972. The Rate of Catch of the Male of Spodoptera litura F. (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) by Virgin Female Traps. Applied Entomology & Zoology 7 (3): 109-115.

1973-1-sekita-yamada-8-17Norio Sekita, Masateru Yamada. 1973. Applicability of the New Field Sequential Sampling Population Surveys Method. Applied Entomology & Zoology 8 (1): 8-17.

1973-3-tamaki-200-203Yoshio Tamaki, Hiroshi Noguchi, Takeshi Yushima. 1973. Sex Pheromone of Spodoptera litura (F.) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae): Isolation, Identification, and Synthesis. Applied Entomology & Zoology 8 (3): 200-203.

1973-4-takahashi-kiritani-220-226Yohzi Takahasi, Keizi Kiritani. 1973. The Selective Toxicity of Insecticides against Insect Pests of Rice and Their Natural Enemies. Applied Entomology & Zoology 8 (4): 220-226.

1974-1-otake-oyama-19-28Akio Otake, Mituo Oyama. 1974. Capture of Male Moths of Spodoptera litura F. (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in Virgin Female Traps and Influence of Black light upon them: I. Males of Natural Sources. Applied Entomology & Zoology 9 (1): 19-28.

1974-2-tamaki-yushima-73-79Yoshio Tamaki, Takeshi Yushima. 1974. Biological Activity of the Synthesized Sex Pheromone and Its Geometrical Isomers of Spodoptera litura (F.) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Applied Entomology & Zoology 9 (2): 73-79.

1974-3-yushima-tamaki-147-152Takeshi Yushima, Yoshio Tamaki. 1974. Field Evaluation of a Synthetic Sex Pheromone, “Litlure”, as an Attractant for Males of Spodoptera litura (F.) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Applied Entomology & Zoology 9 (3): 147-152

1976-2-hirooka-suwani-126-132Yoshitoshi Hirooka, Masana Suwanai. 1976. Role of Insect Sex Pheromone in Mating Behavior I. Theoretical Consideration on Release and Diffusion of Sex Pheromone in the Air. Applied Entomology & Zoology 11 (2): 126-132.

1976-2-ito-iwahashi-139-140Yosiaki Ito, Osamu Iwahashi. 1976. A Simple Method to Estimate Sterile: Normal Ratios Based on Hatchability on Eggs. Applied Entomology & Zoology 11 (2): 139-140.

1976-3-hamada-194-201Ryoichi Hamada. 1976. Density Estimation by the Modified Jackson’s Method. Applied Entomology & Zoology 11 (3): 194-201.

1976-4-nakamura-312-319Kazuo Nakamura. 1976. The Effect of Wind Velocity on the Diffusion of Spodoptera litura (F.) Sex Pheromone. Applied Entomology & Zoology 11 (4): 312-319.

1976-4-hirano-335-339Chisato Hirano. 1976. Effect of Trap Location on Catches of Males of Spodoptera litura (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in Pheromone-baited Traps. Applied Entomology & Zoology 11 (4): 335-339.

1976-4-miyashita-364-367Kazuki Miyashita, Kenjiro Kawasaki, Kazuo Nakamura, Yasushi Uesumi, Tetsuya Sugiura. 1976. Mating Suppression of Spodoptera litura F. (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in Greenhouses by a Component of Its Sex Pheromone. Applied Entomology & Zoology 11 (4): 364-367.

1977-2-kiritani-nakasuji-118-123Keizi Kiritani, Fusao Nakasuji. 1977. A Systems Model for the Prediction of Rice Dwarf Virus Infection of Middle-season Rice. Applied Entomology & Zoology 12 (2): 118-123.

1977-3-oyama-281-286Mitsuo Oyama. 1977. Mating Suppression of Spodoptera litura (F.) by (Z, E)-9, 12-Tetradecadienyl Acetate. Applied Entomology & Zoology 12 (3): 281-286.

1977-4-hirai-347-351.Kazio Hirai. 1977. Observations on the function of Male Scent Brushes and and mating behavior in Leucania separata W. and Mamestra L. (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae). Applied Entomology & Zoology 12 (4): 347-351.

1978-1-hirooka-suwanai-38-41Yoshitoshi Hirooka, Masana Suwanai. 1978. Role of Insect Sex Pheromone in Mating Behavior. II: An Aspect of Sex Pheromone as a Volatile Material. Applied Entomology & Zoology 13 (1): 38-43.

1978-1-watanabe-44-46Naoshi Watanabe. 1978. An Improved Method for Computing Heat Accumulation from Daily Maximum and Minimum Temperatures. Applied Entomology & Zoology 13 (1): 44-46.

1978-2-nagata-masuda-55-62Toru Nagata, Takeo Masuda. 1978. Efficiency of Sticky Boards for Population Estimation of Brown Planthopper, Nilaparvata lugens (STÅL) (Hemiptera: Delphacidae) on Rice Hills. Applied Entomology & Zoology 13 (2): 55-62.

1978-3-nakamura-oyama-176-184Kazuo Nakamura, Mitsuo Oyama. 1978. An Equation for and the Competition between Pheromone Traps Adult Females for Adult Males. Applied Entomology & Zoology 13 (3): 176-184.

1978-3-sato-185-189Yasuo Sato, Hiroshi Fujiwara, Masayoshi Nagano, Michihiko Sakai. 1978. A Dry Pheromone Trap for Capturing Males of Spodoptera litura (F.). Applied Entomology & Zoology 13 (3): 185-189.

1978-3-koyama-203-208Juro Koyama. 1978. Control Threshold for The Rice Leaf Beetle, Oulema oryzae Kuwayama (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae). Applied Entomology & Zoology 13 (3): 203-208.

1978-4-kanno-321-323Hiroo Kanno, Sadahiro Tatsuki, Kyoichi Uchiumi, Masaaki Kurihara, Jun-ichi Fukami, Yasuo Fujimoto, Takashi Tatsuno. 1978. Disruption of Sex Attraction in the Rice Stem Borer Moth, Chilo suppressalis WALKER, with Components of the Sex Pheromone and Related Chemicals. Applied Entomology & Zoology 13 (4): 321-323.

1979-1-tatsuki-95-100Sadahiro Tatsuki, Masaaki Kurihara, Kyoichi Uchiumi, Jun-Ichi Fukami, Yasuo Fujimoto, Takashi Tatsuno, Ken-Ichi Kismno. 1979. Factors Improving Field Trapping of Male Rice Stem Borer Moth, Chilo suppressalis WALKER (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae), by Using Synthetic Sex Attractant. Applied Entomology & Zoology 14 (1): 95-100.

1980-1-nakasuji-fujita-27-35Fusao Nakasuji, Kazuyuki Fujita. 1980. A Population Model to Assess the Effect of Sex Pheromones on Population Suppression. Applied Entomology & Zoology 15 (1): 27-35.

1980-3-suzuki-ito-275-284Hiroshi Suzuki, Yosiaki Ito. 1980. Estimation of Biases in Mark-Recapture Census with a Modified Jackson’s Method when the Population Density is Changing. Applied Entomology & Zoology 15 (3): 275-284.

1980-4-nishiitsu-416-424Junko Nishiitsutsuji-Uwo. 1980. Mode of Action of Bacillus thuringiensis δ-Enodotoxin: Relative Roles of Spores and Crystals in Toxicity to Pieris, Lymantria and Ephestia Larvae. Applied Entomology & Zoology 15 (4): 416-424.

1980-4-kanno-465-473Hiroo Kanno, Makoto Hattori, Akio Sato, Sadahiro Tatsuki, Kyoichi Uchiumi, Masaaki Kurihara, Jun-Ichifukami, Yasuo Fujimoto, Takashi Tatsuno. 1980. Disruption of Sex Pheromone Communication in the Stem Borer Moth, Chilo suppressalis WALKER (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae), with Sex Pheromone Components and Their Analogues. Applied Entomology & Zoology 15 (4): 465-473.

1980-4-takahashi-499-500S Takahashi, M Kawaradani, Y Sato, M Saka. 1980. The Components of the Female Sex Pheromone of the Lorey Leafworm, Leucania loreyi DUPONAHEL. Applied Entomology & Zoology 15 (4): 499-500.

1980-4-hirano-502-503Chisate Hirano, Masaru Tanouchi, Michio Horime. 1980. Inhibitory Effect of (Z)-9-Alkenols and (Z)- 9-Alkenyl Acetates on Attraction of Male Spodoptera litura (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) to the Synthetic Sex Pheromone. Applied Entomology & Zoology 15 (4): 502-503.

1981-2-kawasaki-63-67Kenjiro Kawasaka. 1981. A Functional Difference of the Individual Components of Spodoptera litura (F.) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) Sex Pheromone in the Attraction of Flying Male Moths. Applied Entomology & Zoology 16 (2): 63-67.

1981-2-nishiitu-79-87Junko Nishiitsutsuji-Uwo, Yasuhisa Endo. 1981. Mode of Action of Bacillus thuringiensis δ-Enodotoxin: Effection Galleria mellonella (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae). Applied Entomology & Zoology 16 (2): 79-87.

1981-3-uwo-endo-225-230Junko Nishiitsutsuji-Uwo, Yasuhisa Endo. 1981. Mode of Action of Bacillus thuringiensis δ-Enodotoxin: Changes in Hemolymph pH and Ions of Pieris, Lymantria and Ephestia Larvae. Applied Entomology & Zoology 16 (3): 225-230.

1981-3-endo-uwo-231-241Yasuhisa Endo, Junko Nishiitsutsuji-Uwo. 1981. Mode of Action of Bacillus thuringiensis δ-Endodotoxin: Ultrastructural Changes of Midgut Epithelium of Pieris, Lymantria and Ephestia Larvae. Applied Entomology & Zoology 16 (3): 231-241.

1982-2-mizutani-172-178Mitsuyoshi Mizutani, Jiro Mishimai, Yukimasa Kobayashi. 1982. The Electrode-Type Light Trap for the Collection of Moths. Applied Entomology & Zoology 17 (2): 172-178.

1982-3-nakamura-292-300Kazuo Nakamura. 1982. Competition between Females and Pheromone Traps: Time Lag between Female Mating Activity and Male Trap Captures. Applied Entomology & Zoology 17 (3): 292-300.

1982-4-kanno-432-438Hiroo Kanno, Makoto Hattori, Akio Sato, Sadahiro Tatsuki, Kyoichi Uchiumi, Masaaki Kurihara, Yoshiko Ohguchi, Jun-Ichi Fukami. 1982. Release Rate and Distance Effects of Evaporators with Z-11- Hexadecenal and Z-5-Hexadecene on Disruption of Male Orientation in the Rice Stem Borer Moth, Chilo suppressalis WALKER (Lepidoptera :Pyralidae). Applied Entomology & Zoology 17 (4): 432-438.

1983-3-takahashi-435-437Shoze Takahasi, Yasuo Sato, Tuyosi Kodama. 1983. Attractiveness of Synthetic Sex Pheromone to Males of the Lorey Leafworm, Acantholeucania loreyi (DUPONCHEL). Applied Entomology & Zoology 18 (3): 435-437.

1983-3-tatasuki-443-446Sadahiro Tatsuki, Masaaki Kurihara, Kenji Usui, Yoshiko Ohguchi, Kyoichi Uchiumi, Jun-Ichi Fukami, Koshi Arai, Sho Yabuki, Fukusaburo Tanaka. 1983. Sex Pheromone of the Rice Stem Borer, Chilo suppressalis (WALKER) Lepidoptera: Pyralidae): the Third Component, Z-9-Hexadecenal. Applied Entomology & Zoology 18 (3): 443-446.

1984-2-mizutani-133-141Mitsuyoshi Mizutani. 1984. The Influences on the Light of Weather and Moonlight Trap Catches of Moths. Applied Entomology & Zoology 19 (2): 133-141.

1984-2-nakamura-192-201Kazuo Nakamura, Keajiro Kawasaki. 1984. Male Catches of Spodoptera litura (F.) in Pheromone Traps under Fluctuating Wind Velocity: Validity of the Active Space Model. Applied Entomology & Zoology 19 (2): 192-201.

1984-3-andow-391-392DA Andow. 1984. Estimating Relative Population Density of Many Species from Trap Data. Applied Entomology & Zoology 19 (4): 391-392.

1985-1-kawasaki-82-87Kenjiro Kawasaki. 1985. Electroantennogram Responses of Spodoptera litura (F.) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) Male Moth to Two Female Sex Pheromone Components. Applied Entomology & Zoology 20 (1): 82-87.

1985-2-kitamura-222-224Chikayoshi Kitamura, Masahiroko Bayasm. 1985. A Comparison between Communication Disruption and Mass Trapping Methods in Mating Suppression Effect of a Synthetic Sex Pheromone to Spodoptera litura F, (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Applied Entomology & Zoology 20 (2): 222-224.

1986-4-kawasaki-493-499Kenijiro Kawasaki. 1986. Activity Rhythms and Behavior of Adult Spodoptera litura F. (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) at Night: Factors Determining Male Attraction Time by Females. Applied Entomology & Zoology 21 (4): 493-499.

1987-4-saxena-493-498Kailash Narain Saxena, Jeremiah Dickens Onyango. 1987. Attraction of the Stem Borer Chilo partellus (SWINHOE) Larvae (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) by Certain Coloured Surfaces for Trapping. Applied Entomology & Zoology 22 (4): 493-498.

1989-1-sekita-155-156Norio Sekita. 1989. A Method for Determining the Intrinsic Rate of Natural Increase. Applied Entomology & Zoology 24 (1): 155-156. Applied Entomology & Zoology 24 (1): 155-156.

1989-4-wakamura-387-397Sadao Wakamura, Mikio Takai, Shuji Kozai, Hitoshii Noue, Izumi Yamashjta, Sachio Kawahara, Mitsuru Kawamura. 1989. Control of the Beet Armyworm, Spodoptera exigua (HUBNER) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae), Using Synthetic Sex Pheromone. I. Effect of Comrnunication Disruption in Welsh Onion Fields. Applied Entomology & Zoology 24 (4): 387-397.

1990-2-wakamura-320-323Sadao Wakamura, Mikio Takai, Akira Yamamoto, Hitoshi Inoue, Mitsuru Kawamura. 1990. Control of the Beet Armyworm, Sopodoptera exigua (HUBNER) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae), Using Synthetic Sex Pheromone. IV. Effect of Communication Disruption in Welsh Onion Fields in 1988. Applied Entomology & Zoology 25 (2): 320-323.

1991-1-unnithan-17-28Gopalan Chandran Unnithan, Kailash Narain Saxena. 1991. Pheromonal Trapping of Chilo partellus (SWINHOE) (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) Moths in Relation to Male Population Density and Competition with Females. Applied Entomology & Zoology 26 (1): 17-28.

1991-2-kondo-167-172Akira Kondo, Fukusaburo Tanaka. 1991. Pheromone Trap Catches of the Rice Stem Borer Moth, Chilo suppressalis (WALKER) (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) and Related Trap Variables in the Field. Applied Entomology & Zoology 26 (2): 167-172.

1991-4-akiba-477-483Yoshio Akiba. 1991. Assessment of Rainwater-Mediated Dispersion of Field-Sprayed Bacillus thuringiensis in the Soil. Applied Entomology & Zoology 26 (4): 477-483.

1992-1-yamamura-9-17Kohji Yamamura, Sadao Wakamura, Shuji Kozai. 1992. A Method for Population Estimation from a Single Release Experiment. Applied Entomology & Zoology 27 (1): 9-17.

1992-4-inagaki-565-570Shyuichiro Inagaki, Minoru Miyasono, Makiko Yamamoto, Katsuaki Ohab, Takeo Ishiguro, Reiji Takeda, Yoshiyuki Hayashi. 1992. Induction of Antibacterial Activity against Bacillus thuringiensis in the Common Cutworm, Spodoptera litura (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Applied Entomology & Zoology 27 (4): 565-570.

1993-4-kondo-503-511Akira Kondo, Fukusaburo Tanaka, Hajime Sugie, Nobuhiko Hokyo. 1993. Analysis of Some Biological Factors Affecting Differential Pheromone Trap Efficiency between Generations in the Rice Stem Borer Moth, Chilo suppressalis (WALKER) (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae). Applied Entomology & Zoology 28 (4): 503-511.

1994-1-kondo-55-62Akira Kondo, Fukusaburo Tanaka. 1994. Action Range of the Sex Pheromone of the Rice Stem Borer Moth, Chilo suppressalis (WALKER) (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae). Applied Entomology & Zoology 29 (1): 55-62.

1994-2-kondo-279-281Akira Kondo, Fukusaburo Tanaka. 1994. Effect of Wild Virgin Females on Pheromone Trap Efficiency in Two Annual Generations of the Rice Stem Borer Moth, Chilo suppressalis (WALKER). Applied Entomology & Zoology 29 (2): 279-281.

1994-3-mochizuki-436-438Fumiaki Mochizuki, Mikio Takai, Tatsuaki Smbuya, Sadao Wakamura. 1994. Field Trap Responses of Male Spodoptera exigua (HUBNER) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) to (Z, E)-9,12-tetradecadien-1-ol and (Z)-9-tetradecenyl acetate. Applied Entomology & Zoology 29 (3): 436-438.

1995-1-kondo-103-110Akira Kondo, Fukusaburo Tanaka. 1995. An Estimation of the Control Threshold of the Rice Stem Borer Chilo suppressalis (WALKER) (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) Based on Pheromone Trap Catches. Applied Entomology & Zoology 30 (1): 103-110.

1995-3-tsuchida-407-414Koji Tsuchida, Hideyuki Ichihashi. 1995. Estimation of Monitoring Range of Sex Pheromone Trap for the Rice Stem Borer Moth, Chilo suppressalis (WALKER) (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) by Male Head Width Variation in Relation to Two Host Plants, Rice and Water Oats. Applied Entomology & Zoology 30 (3): 407-414.

1997-1-matsuura-167-177Hiroichi Matsuura, Atsushi Naito. 1997. Studies on the Cold-Hardiness and Overwintering of Spodoptera litura F. (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). VI. Possible Overwintering Areas Predicted from Meteorological Data in Japan. Applied Entomology & Zoology 32 (1): 167-177.

1998-2-yamamura-289-298Kohji Yamamura, Keizi Kiritani. 1998. A simple method generations under to estimate the potential increase under global warming on the number of generations in temperate zones. Applied Entomology & Zoology 33 (2): 289-298.

1999-2-yamamura-251-257Kohji Yamamura, Osamu Imura, Nobuo Morimotoi, Kenji Ohto. 1999. Insect pest density per leaf area as a measure of pest load. Applied Entomology & Zoology 34 (2): 251-257.

2000-4-asano-575-582Shoji Asano, Katsutoshi Ogiwara, Makoto Takahashi, Leslie S Indrasith. 2000. Culture medium of Bacillus thuringiensis serovar Japonensis Buibui enhances the insecticidal activities of δ-endotoxins from B. thuringiensis serovar kurstaki and aizawai against lepidopterous pest insects. Applied Entomology & Zoology 35 (4): 575-582.

2003-3-horiuchi-365-368Jun-Ichiro Horiuchi, Gen-Ichiro Arimura, Rika Ozawa, Takeshi Shimoda, Marcel Dicke, Junji Takabayashi, Takaaki Nishioka. 2003. Lima bean leaves exposed to herbivore-induced conspecific plant volatiles attract herbivores in addition to carnivores. Applied Entomology & Zoology 38 (3): 365-368.

2005-2-danks-199-211Hugh M Danks. 2005. Key themes in the study of seasonal hardiness adaptations in insects. I. Patterns of cold. Applied Entomology & Zoology 40 (2): 199-211.

2005-2-otuka-221-229Akira Otuka, Tomonari Watnabe, Yoshito Suzuki, Masaya Matsumura, Akiko Furuno, Masamichi Chino. 2005. Real-time prediction system for migration of rice planthoppers Sogatella furcifera (HORVÁTH) and Nilaparvata lugens (STÅL) (Homoptera: Delphacidae). Applied Entomology & Zoology 40 (2): 221-229.

2005-3-kawazu-483-488Kei Kawazu, Yoshito Suzuki, Yutaka Yoshiyasu, Efieda B Castillon, Hiroshi Ono, Pham Thi Vuong, Feng-Kuan Huang, Taro Adati, Takehiko Fukumoto,  Sadahiro Tatsuki. 2005. Attraction of Cnaphalocrocis medinalis (Lepidoptera: Crambidae) males in Southeast Asia to female sex pheromone traps: Field tests in southernmost China, northern Vietnam and southern Philippines with three synthetic pheromone blends regarding geographic variations. Applied Entomology & Zoology 40 (3): 483-488.

2006-1-danks-1-13Hugh Y Danks. 2006. Key themes in the study of seasonal adaptations in insects. II. Life-cycle patterns. Applied Entomology & Zoology 41 (1): 1-13.

2006-1-watanabe-15-31Masahiko Watanabe. 2006. Anhydrobiosis in invertebrates. Applied Entomology & Zoology 41 (1): 15-31.

2006-2-shimada-295-301Nobuaki Shimada, Kayuhisa Miyamoto, Khozo Kanda, Hideo Murata. 2006. Binding of Cry1Ab toxin, a Bacillus thuringiensis insecticidal toxin, to proteins of the boving intestinal epithelial cell: An in vitro study. Applied Entomology & Zoology 41 (2): 295-301.

2006-3-nagayama-399-404Atsushi Nagayama, Sadao Wakamura, Naoki Taniai, Norio Arakaki. 2006. Reinvestigation of sex pheromone components and attractiveness of synthetic sex pheromone of the pink borer Sesamia inferens Walker (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in Okinawa. Applied Entomology & Zoology 41 (3): 399-404.

2006-4-hayakawa-545-554Yoichi Hayakawa. 2006. Insect cytokine growth-blocking peptide (GBP) regulates insect development. Applied Entomology & Zoology 41 (4): 545-554.

2007-1-wada-9-14Takashi Wada, Satoru Urano, Kohji Yamamura. 2007. A labor saving sampling method for estimating a normally distributed population by using a local median. Applied Entomology & Zoology 42 (1): 9-14.

2007-2-hirota-173-179Tadao Hirota. 2007. The evolution of sexual difference in dispersal strategy sensitive to population density. Applied Entomology & Zoology 42 (2): 173-179.

2007-2-yasutake-285-290Koichi Yasutake, Akiko Uemori, Kumiko Kagoshima, Michio Ohba. 2007. Serological identification and insect toxicity of Bacillus thuringiensis isolated from the island Okinoerabu-jima, Japan. Applied Entomology & Zoology 42 (2): 285-290.

2008-4-furuka-519-525Seiichi Furuka, Kohjiro Tanaka, Takema Fukatsu, Tetsuhiko Sasaki. 2008. In vitro infection of Wolbachia in insect cell lines. Applied Entomology & Zoology 43 (4): 519-525.

J. S. Kennedy (editor). 1961. Insect Polymorphism. Symposium No. 1, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 115 pages.(book by chapter)

Title pages polymorphismTitle pages

Author IndexAuthor Index. Page 115.

Chapter 1 RichardsChapter 1. O. W. Richards. 1961. An introduction to the study of polymorphism in insects. Pages 1-10. In: J. S. Kennedy (editor). Insect Polymorphism. Symposium No. 1, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 115 pages.

Chapter 2 FordChapter 2. E. B. Ford. 1961. The theory of genetic polymorphism. Pages 11-19. In: J. S. Kennedy (editor). Insect Polymorphism. Symposium No. 1, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 115 pages.

Chapter 3 SheppardChapter 3. P. M. Sheppard. 1961. Recent genetical work on polymorphc mimetic Papilios. Pages 20-29. In: J. S. Kennedy (editor). Insect Polymorphism. Symposium No. 1, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 115 pages.

Chapter 4 DobzhanskyChapter 4. Theodosius Dobzhansky. 1961. On the dynamics of chromosomal polymorphism in Drosophilia. Pages 30-42. In: J. S. Kennedy (editor). Insect Polymorphism. Symposium No. 1, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 115 pages.

Chapter 5 MichenerChapter 5. Charles D. Michener. 1961. Social polymorphism in Hymenoptera. Pages 43-56. In: J. S. Kennedy (editor). Insect Polymorphism. Symposium No. 1, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 115 pages.

Chapter 6 LuscherChapter 6. Martin Lüscher. 1961. Social control of polymorphism in termites. Pages 57-67. In: J. S. Kennedy (editor). Insect Polymorphism. Symposium No. 1, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 115 pages.

Chapter 7 LeesChapter 7. A. D. Lees. 1961. Clonal polymorphism in aphids. Pages 68-79. In: J. S. Kennedy (editor). Insect Polymorphism. Symposium No. 1, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 115 pages.

Chapter 8 KennedyChapter 8. J. S. Kennedy. 1961. Continuous polymorphism in locusts. Pages 80-90. In: J. S. Kennedy (editor). Insect Polymorphism. Symposium No. 1, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 115 pages.

Chapter 9 SangChapter 9. James H. Sang. 1961. Environmental control of mutant expression. Pages 91-102. In: J. S. Kennedy (editor). Insect Polymorphism. Symposium No. 1, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 115 pages.

Chapter 10 WigglesworthChapter 10. V. B. Wigglesworth. 1961. Insect polymorphism: A tentative synthesis. Pages 103-113. In: J. S. Kennedy (editor). Insect Polymorphism. Symposium No. 1, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 115 pages.

K. C. Highnam (editor). 1964. Insect Reproduction. Symposium No. 2, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 120 pages. (book by  chapter)

Title pages Insect ReprodTitle pages

Author Index Insect ReprodAuthor Index. Page 120.

Chapter 1 WhiteChapter 1. M. J. D. White. 1964. Cytogenic mechanisms in insect reproduction. Pages 1-12. In: K. C. Highnam (editor). Insect Reproduction. Symposium No. 2, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 120 pages.

Chapter 2 KingChapter 2. Robert C. King. 1964. Studies on early stages of insect oogenesis. Pages 13-25. In: K. C. Highnam (editor). Insect Reproduction. Symposium No. 2, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 120 pages.

Chapter 3 HighnamChapter 3. K. C. Highnam. 1964. Endocrine relationships in insect reproduction. Pages 26-42. In: K. C. Highnam (editor). Insect Reproduction. Symposium No. 2, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 120 pages.

Chapter 4 JohanssonChapter 4. Arne Semb Johansson. 1964. Feeding and nutrition in reproductive processes in insects. Pages 43-55. In: K. C. Highnam (editor). Insect Reproduction. Symposium No. 2, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 120 pages.

Chapter 5 NorrrisChapter 5. Maud J. Norris. 1964. Environmental control of sexual maturation in insects. Pages 56-65. In: K. C. Highnam (editor). Insect Reproduction. Symposium No. 2, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 120 pages.

Chapter 6 ButlerChapter 6. C. G. Butler. 1964. Pheromones in sexual processes in insects. Pages 66-77. In: K. C. Highnam (editor). Insect Reproduction. Symposium No. 2, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 120 pages.

Chapter 7 AlexanderChapter 7. Richard D. Alexander. 1964. Evolution of mating behavior in arthropods. Pages 77-94. In: K. C. Highnam (editor). Insect Reproduction. Symposium No. 2, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 120 pages.

Chapter 8 HintonChapter 8. H. E. Hinton. 1964. Sperm transfer in insects and the evolution of haemocoelic insemination. Pages 95-107. In: K. C. Highnam (editor). Insect Reproduction. Symposium No. 2, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 120 pages.

Chapter 9 ThodayChapter 9. J. M. Thoday. 1964. Genetics and the integration of reproductive studies. Pages 108-119. In: K. C. Highnam (editor). Insect Reproduction. Symposium No. 2, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 120 pages.

P. T. Haskell (editor). 1966. Insect Behavior. Symposium No. 3, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 113 pages. (book by chapter)

Title pages insect behaviorTitle pages

Chapter 1 BirukowChapter 1. G. Birukow. 1966. Orientation behavior in insects and factors which influence it. Pages 1-12. In: P. T. Haskell (editor). Insect Behavior. Proceedings of a meeting held 23-24 September 1965 at the Imperial College, London, Symposium No. 3, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 113 pages.

Chapter 2 CorbetChapter 2. Philip S. Corbet. 1966. The role of rhythms in insect behavior. Pages 13-28. In: P. T. Haskell (editor). Insect Behavior. Proceedings of a meeting held 23-24 September 1965 at the Imperial College, London, Symposium No. 3, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 113 pages.

Chapter 3 HaskellChapter 3. P. T. Haskell. 1966. Flight behavior. Pages 29-45. In: P. T. Haskell (editor). Insect Behavior. Proceedings of a meeting held 23-24 September 1965 at the Imperial College, London, Symposium No. 3, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 113 pages.

Chapter 4 DethierChapter 4. V. G. Dethier. 1966. Feeding behavior. Pages 46-58. In: P. T. Haskell (editor). Insect Behavior. Proceedings of a meeting held 23-24 September 1965 at the Imperial College, London, Symposium No. 3, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 113 pages.

Chapter 5 ManningChapter 5. Aubrey Manning. 1966. Sexual behavior. Pages 59-68. In: P. T. Haskell (editor). Insect Behavior. Proceedings of a meeting held 23-24 September 1965 at the Imperial College, London, Symposium No. 3, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 113 pages.

Chapter 6 CarthyChapter 6. J. D. Carthy. 1966. Insect communication. Pages 69-80. In: P. T. Haskell (editor). Insect Behavior. Proceedings of a meeting held 23-24 September 1965 at the Imperial College, London, Symposium No. 3, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 113 pages.

Chapter 7 WilsonChapter 7. Edward O. Wilson. 1966. Behavior of social insects. Pages 81-96. In: P. T. Haskell (editor). Insect Behavior. Proceedings of a meeting held 23-24 September 1965 at the Imperial College, London, Symposium No. 3, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 113 pages.

Chapter 8 KennedyChapter 8. J. S. Kennedy. 1966. Some outstanding questions in insect behavior. Pages 97-112. In: P. T. Haskell (editor). Insect Behavior. Proceedings of a meeting held 23-24 September 1965 at the Imperial College, London, Symposium No. 3, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 113 pages.

Index to contributions to discussionsIndex to contributions to discussions. Page113.

M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). 1985. Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages. (book by chapter)

Title pages Behav EcolTitle pages

Author Index Behav EcolAuthor Index. Pages 593-607.

Subject Index Behav EcolSubject Index. Pages 609-620.

Chapter 1 HassellChapter 1. Michael P. Hassell, Robert M. May. 1985. From individual behavior to population dynamics. Pages 1-32. In: R. M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages.

Chapter 2 ParkerChapter 2. G. A. Parker. 1985. Population consequences of evolutionary stable strategies. Pages 33-58. In: R. M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages.

Chapter 3 HarveyChapter 3. Paul H. Harvey. 1985. Intrademic group selection and the sex ratio. Pages 59-73. In: R. M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages.

Chapter 4 SiblyChapter 4. R. Sibly, P. Calow. 1985. Classification of habitats by selection pressures: a synthesis of life-cycle and r/K theory. Pages 75-90. In: R. M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages.

Chapter 5 BegonChapter 5. Michael Begon. 1985. A general theory of life-history variation. Pages 91-97. In: R. M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages.

Chapter 6 AtkinsonChapter 6. David Atkinson. 1985. Information, non-genetic constraints, and the testing of theories of life-history variation. Pages 99-104. In: R. M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages.

Chapter 7 O’ConnorChapter 7. Raymond J. O’Connor. 1985. Behavioural regulation of bird populations: a review of habitat use in relation to migration and residency. Pages 105-142. In: R. M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages.

Chapter 8 BirkheadChapter 8. T. R. Birkhead, R. W. Furness. 1985. Regulation of seabird populations. Pages 145-167. In: R. M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages.

Chapter 9 Goss-CustardChapter 9. J. D. Goss-Custard. 1985. Foraging behavior of wading birds and the carrying capacity of estuaries. Pages 169-188. In: R. M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages.

Chapter 10 KacelnikChapter 10. A. Kacelnik, J. R. Krebs. 1985. Learning to exploit patchily distributed food. Pages 189-205. In: R. M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages.

Chapter 11 PartridgeChapter 11. Linda Partridge, P. Green. 1985. Intraspecific feeding specializations and population dynamics. Pages 207-226. In: R. M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages.

Chapter 12 MannChapter 12. K. H. Mann. 1985. Invertebrate behavior and the structure of marine benthic communities. Pages 227-246. In: R. M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages.

Chapter 13 HanskiChapter 13. Ilkka Hanski. 1985. What does a shrew do in an energy crisis? Pages 247-252. In: R. M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages.

Chapter 14 SutherlandChapter 14. William J. Sutherland, G. A. Parker. 1985. Distribution of unequal competitors. Pages 255-273. In: R. M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages.

Chapter 15 MossChapter 15. R. Moss, A. Watson. 1985. Adaptive value of spacing behavior in population cycles of red grouse and other animals. Pages 275-294. In: R. M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages.

Chapter 16 KrebsChapter 16. Charles J. Krebs. 1985. Do changes in spacing behavior drive population cycles in small mammals? Pages 295-312. In: R. M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages.

Chapter 17 TaittChapter 17. Mary J. Taitt. 1985. Experimental analysis of spacing behavior in the vole, Microtus townsendii. Pages 313-317. In: R. M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages.

Chapter 18 KenwardChapter 18. R. E. Kenward. 1985. Ranging behavior and population dynamics in grey squirrels. Pages 319-330. In: R. M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages.

Chapter 19 PienkowskiChapter 19. 1985. M. W. Pienkowski, P. R. Evans. 1985. The role of migration in the population dynamics of birds. Pages 331-352. In: R. M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages.

Chapter 20 McCleeryChapter 20. 1985. R. H. McCleery, C. M. Perrins. 1985. Territory size, reproductive success and population dynamics in the great tit, Parus major. Pages 353-373. In: R. M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages.

Chapter 21 DeLaetChapter 21. Jenny V. DeLaet. 1985. Dominance and aggression in juvenile great tits, Parus major major L., in relation to dispersal. Pages 375-380. In: R. M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages.

Chapter 22 NoordwijkChapter 22. A. J. Van Noordwijk, P. H. Van Tienderen, G. De Jong, J. H. Van Balen. 1985. Evidence for random mating in the great tit, Parus major (L.). Pages 381-385. In: R. M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages.

Chapter 23 Greig-SmithChapter 23. P. W. Greig-Smith. 1985. Winter survival, home ranges and feeding of first-year and adult bullfinches. Pages 387-392. In: R. M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages.

Chapter 24 PattersonChapter 24. I. J. Patterson. 1985. Limitation of breeding density through territorial behavior: experiments with convict cichlids, Cichlasoma nigrofasciatum. Pages 393-405. In: R. M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages.

Chapter 25 RidleyChapter 25. Mark Ridley, David J. Thompson. 1985. Sexual selection of population dynamics in aquatic Crustacea. Pages 409-422. In: R. M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages.

Chapter 26 SmithChapter 26. R. H. Smith, C. M. Lessells. 1985. Oviposition, ovicide and larval competition in granivorous insects. Pages 423-448. In: R. M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages.

Chapter 27 WaageChapter 27. J. K. Waage, H. C. J. Godfray. 1985. Reproductive strategies and population ecology of insect parasitoids. Pages 449-470. In: R. M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages.

Chapter 28 HoustonChapter 28. A. I. Houston, N. B. Davies. 1985. The evolution of cooperation and life history in the dunnnock, Prunella modularis. Pages 471-487. In: R. M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages.

Chapter 29 CoulsonChapter 29. J. C. Coulson, Callum Thomas. 1985. Differences in the breeding performance of individual kittiwake gulls, Rissa tridactyla (L.). Pages 489-503. In: R. M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages.

Chapter 30 DunbarChapter 30. R. I. M. Dunbar. 1985. Population consequences of social structure. Pages 507-519. In: R. M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages.

Chapter 31 KruukChapter 31. Hans Kruuk, David Macdonald. 1985. Group territories of carnivores: empires and enclaves. Pages 521-536. In: R. M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages.

Chapter 32 CowanChapter 32. D. P. Cowan, P. J. Garson. 1985. Variations in the social structure of rabbit populations: causes and demographic consequences. Pages 537-555. In: R. M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages.

Chapter 33 BrockChapter 33. T. H. Clutton-Brock, S. D. Albon. 1985. Competition and population regulation in social mammals. Pages 557-575. In: R. M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages.

Chapter 34 SmithChapter 34. R. H. Smith, R. Sibly. 1985. Behavioural ecology and population dynamics: towards a synthesis. Pages 577-591. In: R. M. Sibly, R. H. Smith (editors). Behavioural Ecology: Ecological Consequences of Adaptive Behaviour, Symposium No. 25, British Ecological Society, Reading, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 620 pages.

T. R. E. Southwood (editor). 1968. Insect Abundance. Symposium No. 4, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 160 pages. (book by chapter)

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Chapter 1 RichardsChapter 1. O. W. Richards. 1968. The abundance of insects: introduction. Pages 1-7. In: T. R. E. Southwood. (editor). Insect Abundance. Proceedings of a meeting held 21-22 September 1967 at the Imperial College, London, Symposium No. 4, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 160 pages.

Chapter 2 DempsterChapter 2. J. P. Dempster. 1968. Intra-specific competition and dispersal: as exemplified by a psyllid and its anthocorid predator. Pages 8-17. In: T. R. E. Southwood  (editor). Insect Abundance. Proceedings of a meeting held 21-22 September 1967 at the Imperial College, London, Symposium No. 4, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 160 pages.

Chapter 3 WayChapter 3. M. J. Way. 1968. Intra-specific mechanisms with special referenced to aphid populations. Pages 18-36. In: T. R. E. Southwood (editor). Insect Abundance. Proceedings of a meeting held 21-22 September 1967 at the Imperial College, London, Symposium No. 4, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 160 pages.

Chapter 4 HensonChapter 4. W. R. Henson. 1968. Some recent changes in the approach to studies of climatic effects on insect populations. Pages 37-46. In: T. R. E. Southwood (editor). Insect Abundance. Proceedings of a meeting held 21-22 September 1967 at the Imperial College, London, Symposium No. 4, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 160 pages.

Chapter 5 HollingChapter 5. C. S. Holling. 1968. The tactics of a predator. Pages 47-58. In: T. R. E. Southwood (editor). Insect Abundance. Proceedings of a meeting held 21-22 September 1967 at the Imperial College, London, Symposium No. 4, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 160 pages.

Chapter 6 HuffakerChapter 6. C. B. Huffaker, C. E. Kennett, B. Matsumoto, E. G. White. 1968. Some parameters in the role of enemies in the natural control of insect abundance. Pages 59-75. In: T. R. E. Southwood (editor). Insect Abundance. Proceedings of a meeting held 21-22 September 1967 at the Imperial College, London, Symposium No. 4, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 160 pages.

Chapter 7 WaloffChapter 7. N. Waloff. 1968. A comparison of factors affecting different insect species on the same host plant. Pages 76-87. In: T. R. E. Southwood (editor). Insect Abundance. Proceedings of a meeting held 21-22 September 1967 at the Imperial College, London, Symposium No. 4, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 160 pages.

Chapter 8 BaltensweilerChapter 8. W. Baltensweiler. 1968. The cyclic population dynamics of the grey larch tortrix, Zeiraphera griseana Hübner (= Semasia diniana Guenée) (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae). Pages 88-97. In: T. R. E. Southwood (editor). Insect Abundance. Proceedings of a meeting held 21-22 September 1967 at the Imperial College, London, Symposium No. 4, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 160 pages.

Chapter 9 KlompChapter 9. H. Klomp. 1968. A seventeen-year study of the abundance of the pine looper, Bupalus piniarius L. (Lepidoptera: Geometridae). Pages 98-108. In: T. R. E. Southwood (editor). Insect Abundance. Proceedings of a meeting held 21-22 September 1967 at the Imperial College, London, Symposium No. 4, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 160 pages.

Chapter 10 FordChapter 10. John Ford. 1968. A control of populations through limitation of habitat distribution as exemplified by Tsetse flies. Pages 109-118. In: T. R. E. Southwood (editor). Insect Abundance. Proceedings of a meeting held 21-22 September 1967 at the Imperial College, London, Symposium No. 4, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 160 pages.

Chapter 11 BatemanChapter 11. M. A. Bateman. 1968. Determinants of abundance in a population of the Queensland fruit fly. Pages 119-131. In: T. R. E. Southwood (editor). Insect Abundance. Proceedings of a meeting held 21-22 September 1967 at the Imperial College, London, Symposium No. 4, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 160 pages.

Chapter 12 VarleyChapter 12. G. C. Varley. 1968. Population models for the winter moth. Pages 132-142. In: T. R. E. Southwood (editor). Insect Abundance. Proceedings of a meeting held 21-22 September 1967 at the Imperial College, London, Symposium No. 4, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 160 pages.

Chapter 13 WilsonChapter 13. Frank Wilson. 1968. Insect abundance:  prospect. Pages 143-158. In: T. R. E. Southwood (editor). Insect Abundance. Proceedings of a meeting held 21-22 September 1967 at the Imperial College, London, Symposium No. 4, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 160 pages.

General discussionGeneral discussion. Page 159.

List of contributors to discussionsList of contributors to discussions. Page 160.

A. C. Neville (editor). 1970. Insect Ultrastructure. Symposium No. 5, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 186 pages. (book by chapter)

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Chapter 1 SmithChapter 1. David S. Smith. 1970. Links between cellular structure and function. Pages 1-15. In: A. C. Neville (editor). Insect Ultrastructure. Proceedings of a meeting held 24-25 September 1969 at the Imperial College, London, Symposium No. 5, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 186 pages.

Chapter 2 NevilleChapter 2. A. C. Neville. 1970. Cuticle ultrastructure in relation to the whole insect. Pages 17-39. In: A. C. Neville (editor). Insect Ultrastructure. Proceedings of a meeting held 24-25 September 1969 at the Imperial College, London, Symposium No. 5, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 186 pages.

Chapter 3 HintonChapter 3. H. E. Hinton. 1970. Some little known surface structures. Pages 41-58. In: A. C. Neville (editor). Insect Ultrastructure. Proceedings of a meeting held 24-25 September 1969 at the Imperial College, London, Symposium No. 5, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 186 pages.

Chapter 4 LewisChapter 4. C. T. Lewis. 1970. Structure and function in some external receptors. Pages 59-76. In: A. C. Neville (editor). Insect Ultrastructure. Proceedings of a meeting held 24-25 September 1969 at the Imperial College, London, Symposium No. 5, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 186 pages.

Chapter 5 OsborneChapter 5. M. P. Osborne. 1970. Structure and function of neuromuscular junctions and stretch receptors. Pages 77-100. In: A. C. Neville (editor). Insect Ultrastructure. Proceedings of a meeting held 24-25 September 1969 at the Imperial College, London, Symposium No. 5, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 186 pages.

Chapter 6 MaddrellChapter 6. S. H. P. Maddrell. 1970. Neurosecretory control systems in insects. Pages 101-116. In: A. C. Neville (editor). Insect Ultrastructure. Proceedings of a meeting held 24-25 September 1969 at the Imperial College, London, Symposium No. 5, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 186 pages.

Chapter 7 TelferChapter 7. William H. Telfer, David S. Smith. 1970. Aspects of egg formation. Pages 117-134. In: A. C. Neville (editor). Insect Ultrastructure. Proceedings of a meeting held 24-25 September 1969 at the Imperial College, London, Symposium No. 5, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 186 pages.

Chapter 8 BerridgeChapter 8. Michael J. Berridge. 1970. A structural analysis of intestinal absorption. Pages 135-151. In: A. C. Neville (editor). Insect Ultrastructure. Proceedings of a meeting held 24-25 September 1969 at the Imperial College, London, Symposium No. 5, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 186 pages.

Chapter 9 TreherneChapter 9. J. E. Treherne. 1970. Ultrastructure and physiological function. Pages 153-164. In: A. C. Neville (editor). Insect Ultrastructure. Proceedings of a meeting held 24-25 September 1969 at the Imperial College, London, Symposium No. 5, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 186 pages.

Chapter 10 Weis-FoghChapter 10. Torkel Weis-Fogh. 1970. Structure and formation of insect cuticle. Pages 165-185. In: A. C. Neville (editor). Insect Ultrastructure. Proceedings of a meeting held 24-25 September 1969 at the Imperial College, London, Symposium No. 5, Royal Entomological Society of London, Bartholomew Press, Dorking, Surrey, Great Britain, 186 pages.

Index to contributors to discussionIndex to contributors to discussion. Pages 186

G.C.  Varley, G. R. Gradwell, M. P. Hassell. 1973. Insect Population Ecology: an Analytical Approach. University of California Press, Berkeley, California, 212 pages. (student text)

Title pages VarleyTitle pages

Chapter 1 VarleyChapter 1. Expressing population changes. Pages 1-9.

Chapter 2 VarleyChapter 2. Density dependent processes affecting cultures of single species. Pages 10-32.

Chapter 3 VarleyChapter 3. Competition between species for a limited resource. Pages 33-54.

Chapter 4 VarleyChapter 4. Parasites and predators. Pages 55-74.

Chapter 5 VarleyChapter 5. Climate and weather. Pages 75-93.

Chapter 6 VarleyChapter 6. Life tables and their use in population models. Pages 94-111.

Chapter 7 VarleyChapter 7. Interpretation of winter moth life tables. Pages 112-134.

Chapter 8 VarleyChapter 8. Population changes of some forest insects. Pages 135-153.

Chapter 9 VarleyChapter 9. Biological control. Pages 154-178.

References VarleyReferences. Pages 179-191.

Experiments and exercisesExperiments and exercises. Pages 192-206.

Glossary and definition of symbolsGlossary and definition of symbols. Pages 207-208.

Subject Index VarleySubject Index. Pages 209-212.

Michael P. Hassell. 1978. The Dynamics of Arthropod Predatory-Prey Systems. Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, USA, 237 pages. (book by chapter)

Title pages arth predTitle pages

Author IndexAuthor Index. Pages 230-232.

Index to generaIndex to genera. Pages 233-234.

Subject IndexSubject Index. Pages 235-237.

Chapter 1 IntroductionChapter 1. Introduction. Pages 3-11. In: Michael P. Hassell. 1978. The Dynamics of Arthropod Predatory-Prey Systems. Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, USA, 237 pages.

Chapter 2 Basic modelChapter 2. A basic model. Pages 12-27. In: Michael P. Hassell. 1978. The Dynamics of Arthropod Predatory-Prey Systems. Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, USA, 237 pages.

Chapter 3 Functional responseChapter 3. Functional responses. Pages 28-49. In: Michael P. Hassell. 1978. The Dynamics of Arthropod Predatory-Prey Systems. Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, USA, 237 pages.

Chapter 4 Non-random searchChapter 4. Non-random search. Pages 50-79. In: Michael P. Hassell. 1978. The Dynamics of Arthropod Predatory-Prey Systems. Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, USA, 237 pages.

Chapter 5 Mutual interferenceChapter 5. Mutual interference. Pages 80-105. In: Michael P. Hassell. 1978. The Dynamics of Arthropod Predatory-Prey Systems. Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, USA, 237 pages.

Chapter 6 Predator increaseChapter 6. The predator rate of increase. Pages 106-121. In: Michael P. Hassell. 1978. The Dynamics of Arthropod Predatory-Prey Systems. Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, USA, 237 pages.

Chapter 7 PolyphagousChapter 7. Polyphagous predators. Pages 122-146. In: Michael P. Hassell. 1978. The Dynamics of Arthropod Predatory-Prey Systems. Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, USA, 237 pages.

Chapter 8 CompetingChapter 8. Competing predators and hyperparasitoids. Pages 147-164. In: Michael P. Hassell. 1978. The Dynamics of Arthropod Predatory-Prey Systems. Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, USA, 237 pages.

Chapter 9 TheoreticalChapter 9. A theoretical basis for biological control. Pages 165-186. In: Michael P. Hassell. 1978. The Dynamics of Arthropod Predatory-Prey Systems. Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, USA, 237 pages.

EpilogueEpilogue. Pages 187-188. In: Michael P. Hassell. 1978. The Dynamics of Arthropod Predatory-Prey Systems. Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, USA, 237 pages.

AppendicesAppendices I-III. Pages 189-204. In: Michael P. Hassell. 1978. The Dynamics of Arthropod Predatory-Prey Systems. Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, USA, 237 pages.

BibliographyBibliography. Pages 205-229. In: Michael P. Hassell. 1978. The Dynamics of Arthropod Predatory-Prey Systems. Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, USA, 237 pages.

R. M. Anderson, B. D. Turner, L. R. Taylor (editors). 1979. Population Dynamics. The 20th Symposium of the British Ecological Society held in London, England 8 April 1978. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 434 pages. (book by chapters)

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Author Index Pop DynamAuthor Index. Pages 409-418.

Subject Index Pop DynamSubject Index. Pages 419-434.

Chapter 1 TaylorChapter 1. R. A. J. Taylor, L.R. Taylor. 1979. A behavioural model for the evolution of spatial dynamics. Pages 1-27. In: Population Dynamics. The 20th Symposium of the British Ecological Society held in London, England 8 April 1978. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 434 pages.

Chapter 2 HarperChapter 2. John L. Harper, A. D. Bell. 1979. The population dynamics of growth form in organisms with modular structure. Pages 29-52. In: Population Dynamics. The 20th Symposium of the British Ecological Society held in London, England 8 April 1978. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 434 pages.

Chapter 3 BerryChapter 3. R. J. Berry. 1979. Genetical factors in animal population dynamics. Pages 53-80. In: Population Dynamics. The 20th Symposium of the British Ecological Society held in London, England 8 April 1978. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 434 pages.

Chapter 4 LawChapter 4. Richard Law. 1979. Ecological determinants in the evolution of life histories. Pages 81-103. In: Population Dynamics. The 20th Symposium of the British Ecological Society held in London, England 8 April 1978. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 434 pages.

Chapter 5 DixonChapter 5. A. F. G. Dixon. 1979. Sycamore aphid numbers: the role of weather, host and aphid. Pages 105-121. In: Population Dynamics. The 20th Symposium of the British Ecological Society held in London, England 8 April 1978. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 434 pages.

Chapter 6 GrimeChapter 6. J. P. Grime. 1979. Competition and the struggle for existence. Pages 123-139. In: Population Dynamics. The 20th Symposium of the British Ecological Society held in London, England 8 April 1978. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 434 pages.

Chapter 7 ConnellChapter 7. Joseph H. Connell. 1979. Tropical rain forests and coral reefs as open non-equilibrium systems. Pages 141-163. In: Population Dynamics. The 20th Symposium of the British Ecological Society held in London, England 8 April 1978. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 434 pages.

Chapter 8 DiamondChapter 8. Jared M. Diamond. 1979. Community structure: is it random, or is it shaped by species differences and competition? Pages 165-181. In: Population Dynamics. The 20th Symposium of the British Ecological Society held in London, England 8 April 1978. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 434 pages.

Chapter 9 CowieChapter 9. Richard J. Cowie, John R. Krebs. 1979. Optimal foraging in patchy environments. Pages 183-205. In: Population Dynamics. The 20th Symposium of the British Ecological Society held in London, England 8 April 1978. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 434 pages.

Chapter 10 WhittakerChapter 10. J. B. Whittaker. 1979. Invertebrate grazing, competition and plant dynamics. Pages 207-222. In: Population Dynamics. The 20th Symposium of the British Ecological Society held in London, England 8 April 1978. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 434 pages.

Chapter 11 LawtonChapter 11. J. H. Lawton, S. McNeill. 1979. Between the devil and the deep blue sea: on the problem of being a herbivore. Pages 223-244. In: Population Dynamics. The 20th Symposium of the British Ecological Society held in London, England 8 April 1978. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 434 pages.

Chapter 12 AndersonChapter 12. Roy M. Anderson. 1979. The influence of parasitic infection on the dynamics of host population growth. Pages 245-281. In: Population Dynamics. The 20th Symposium of the British Ecological Society held in London, England 8 April 1978. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 434 pages.

Chapter 13 HassellChapter 13. M. P. Hassell. 1979. The dynamics of predator-prey interactions: polyphagous predators, competing predators and hyperparasitoids. Pages 283-306. In: Population Dynamics. The 20th Symposium of the British Ecological Society held in London, England 8 April 1978. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 434 pages.

Chapter 14 BeddingtonChapter 14. J. R. Beddington. 1979. Harvesting and population dynamics. Pages 307-320. In: Population Dynamics. The 20th Symposium of the British Ecological Society held in London, England 8 April 1978. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 434 pages.

Chapter 15 PetermanChapter 15. Randall M. Peterman, William C. Clark, C. S. Holling. 1979. The dynamics of resilience: shifting stability domains in fish and insect systems. Pages 321-341. In: Population Dynamics. The 20th Symposium of the British Ecological Society held in London, England 8 April 1978. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 434 pages.

Chapter 16 SteeleChapter 16. John H. Steele. 1979. Interactions in marine ecosystems. Pages 343-357. In: Population Dynamics. The 20th Symposium of the British Ecological Society held in London, England 8 April 1978. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 434 pages.

Chapter 17 UsherChapter 17. M. B. Usher, P. R. Davis, J. R. W. Harris, B. C. Longstaff. 1979. A profusion of species? Approaches towards understanding the dynamics of the populations of the micro-arthropods in decomposer communities. Pages 359-384. In: Population Dynamics. The 20th Symposium of the British Ecological Society held in London, England 8 April 1978. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 434 pages.

Chapter 18 MayChapter 18. Robert M. May. 1979. The structure and dynamics of ecological communities. Pages 385-407. In: Population Dynamics. The 20th Symposium of the British Ecological Society held in London, England 8 April 1978. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England, 434 pages.

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