Plant parasitic nematodes affected by rice cropping systems

Nematodes in cropping patterns III Castillo, M.B., M.S. Alejar, and J.A. Litsinger. 1976. Nematodes in cropping patterns. III. Composition and populations of plant parasitic nematodes in selected cropping patterns in Batangas. Philippine Agric. 60:285-292. J4

Nematodes in cropping patterns IV Castillo, M.B., M.B. Arceo, and J.A. Litsinger. 1976. Nematodes in cropping patterns. IV. Populations of plant parasitic nematodes associated with cropping patterns under different rice-growing environments in Manaoag, Pangasinan. Philippine Phytopathology 12:24-29. J5

Nematodes in cropping patterns V  Castillo, M.B., M,B. Arceo, and J.A. Litsinger. 1976. Nematodes in cropping patterns. V. Populations of plant parasitic nematodes associated with different land forms and cropping patterns in a rainfed rice area in Iloilo. Philippine Phytopathology 12:30-39. J6

Castillo, M.B., M.S. Alejar, and J.A. Litsinger. 1977. Pathologic reactions and yield loss of mungbean to known populations of Rotylenchulus reniformis and Meloidogyne incognita. Philippine Agriculturalist 61:12-24. (not yet available for downloading) J7

Castillo, M.B., M.S. Alejar, and J.A. Litsinger. 1977. Effect of flooding on pot populations of Rotylenchulus reniformis and Meliodogyne incognita. Philippine Phytopathology 12: 11-16. (not yet available for downloading) J8

Castillo, M.B., M.B. Arceo, and J.A. Litsinger. 1978. Population dynamics of plant parasitic nematodes. I. Rotylenchulus reniformis in a poorly-drained soil and its effects on yield of field legumes. Philipp. Agric. 61: 238-292. (not yet available for downloading)  J9

Castillo, M.B., M.B. Arceo, and J.A. Litsinger. 1978. Efficiency of bioassay in recovering Rotylenchulus reniformis from field legumes at different growth stages and cropping patterns. Philippine Agriculturalist 61: 64-69. (not yet available for downloading)  J10

Factors affecting nematodes in rainfed wetland rice   Castillo, M.B., M.B. Arceo, and J.A. Litsinger. 1978. Effect of geomorphic field position, flooding, and cropping pattern on plant parasitic nematodes of crops following rainfed wetland rice in Iloilo, Philippines. International Rice Research Newsletter 3 (5): 27. N6

Effect of crop rotation on nematodes Castillo, M.B., M.S. Alejar, and J.A. Litsinger. 1978. Effect of crop rotation on nematode populations in dryland rice-based cropping systems of Batangas, Philippines. International Rice Research Newsletter 3 (6): 18-19. N7

Nematodes in different rice cropping patterns Castillo, M.B., M.B. Arceo, and J.A. Litsinger. 1978. Populations of parasitic nematodes of grain legumes in rice-based cropping patterns in four environments and flooding regimes in the Philippines. International Rice Research Newsletter 3(2): 19. N8

Mungbean Castillo, M.B. and J.A. Litsinger. 1977. Plant parasitic nematodes in mung bean in the Philippines. p. 195-200. In Proc. First International Symposium on Mungbean, August 16-19, 1977. Los Baños, Philippines. Asian Vegetable Research and Development Center, Tainan, Taiwan. 262 p. C2

Peter W. Price. 1984. Insect Ecology. Wiley-Interscience, New York, 607 pages. (book by chapter)

Title pages Price EcolTitle pages

Part 1. Introduction

Chapter 1Chapter 1. Major components and processes in ecosystems. Pages 3-19.

Chapter 2Chapter 2. The world of the insect: size and scaling in moderately small organisms. Pages 21-38.

Part 2 Trophic relationships

Chapter 3Chapter 3. Plant and insect herbivore relationships. Pages 41-69.

Chapter 4Chapter 4. Interactions between prey and predator. Pages 71-92.

Chapter 5Chapter 5. Predator and prey population dynamics. Pages 93-110.

Chapter 6Chapter 6. Parasite and host reactions. Pages 111-134.

Chapter 7Chapter 7. Mutualistic associations. Pages 135-158.

Chapter 8Chapter 8. Pollination ecology. Pages 159-181.

Chapter 9Chapter 9. Energy flow and ecosystem function. Pages 183-205.

Part 3 Populations

Chapter 10Chapter 10. Demography: population growth and life tables. Pages 209-234.

Chapter 11Chapter 11. Life histories and productive strategies. Pages 235-260.

Chapter 12Chapter 12. Population dynamics: conceptual aspects. Pages 261-303.

Chapter 13Chapter 13. Population dynamics: modeling. Pages 305-337.

Chapter 14Chapter 14. Ecological genetics. Pages 339-355.

Chapter 15Chapter 15. Behavioral ecology. Pages 357-385.

Part 4 Communities and distributions

Chapter 16Chapter 16. The niche concept and division of resources. Pages 389-411.

Chapter 17Chapter 17. Intraspecific and interspecific competition. Pages 413-435.

Chapter 18Chapter 18. Community development, structure, and organization. Pages 437-467.

Chapter 19Chapter 19. Diversity and stability. Pages 469-484.

Chapter 20Chapter 20. Paleoecology and biogeography. Pages 485-510.

BibliographyBibliography. Pages 511-574.

Taxonomic IndexTaxonomic Index. Pages 575-586.

Author IndexAuthor Index. Pages 587-597.

Subject IndexSubject Index. Pages 599-607.

Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). 1994. Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 39, 600 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc. (book by chapter)

Title pages ARE 1994Title pages.

Subject Index ARE 1994Subject Index. Pages 593-600.

Chapter 1 AlcockChapter 1. John Alcock. 1994. Post-insemination associations between males and females in insects: the male-guarding hypothesis. Pages 1-21. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 39, 600 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 2 DaviesChapter 2. John B. Davies. 1994. Sixty years of onchocerciasis vector control: chronological summary with comments on eradication, reinvasion, and insecticide resistance. Pages 23-45. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 39, 600 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 3 TabashnikChapter 3. Bruce E. Tabashnik. 1994. Evolution of resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis. Pages 47-79. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 39, 600 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 4 YearganChapter 4. Kenneth V. Yeargan. 1994. Biology of bolas spiders. Pages 81-99. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 39, 600 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 5 SpenceChapter 5. John R. Spence, Nils MФller Andersen. 1994. Biology of water striders: interactions between systematics and ecology. Pages 101-128. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 39, 600 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 6 DettnerChapter 6. Konrad Dettner, Caroline Liepert. 1994. Chemical mimicry and camouflage. Pages 129-154. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 39, 600 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 7 AlujaChapter 7. M. Aluja. 1994. Bionomics and management of Anastrepha. Pages 155-178. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 39, 600 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 8 TurgeonChapter 8. Jean J. Turgeon, Alain Roques, Peter de Groot. 1994. Insect fauna of coniferous seed cones: diversity, host plant interactions, and management. Pages 179-212. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 39, 600 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 9 BloomersChapter 9. Leo H. M. Blommers. 1994. Integrated pest management in European apple orchards. Pages 213-241. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 39, 600 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 10 DenlingerChapter 10. David L. Denlinger, Jan Žďárek. 1994. Metamorphosis behavior of flies. Pages 243-266. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 39, 600 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 11 MaddisonChapter 11. David R. Maddison. 1994. Phylogenetic methods for inferring the evolutionary history and processes of change in discretely valued characters. Pages 267-292. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 39, 600 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 12 HajekChapter 12. A. E. Hajek, R. J. St. Leger. 1994. Interactions between fungal pathogens and insect hosts. Pages 293-322. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 39, 600 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 13 GilbertChapter 13. Cole Gilbert. 1994. Form and function of stemmata in larvae of holometabolous insects. Pages 323-349. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 39, 600 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 14 SmithChapter 14. Brian H. Smith. 1994. Non-pheromonal olfactory processing in insects. Pages 351-375. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 39, 600 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 15 RenwickChapter 15. J. A. A. Renwick, F. S. Chew. 1994. Oviposition behavior in Lepidoptera. Pages 377-400. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 39, 600 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 16 BreenChapter 16. J. P. Breen. 1994. Acremonium endophyte interactions with enhanced plant resistance to insects. Pages 401-423. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 39, 600 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 17 KingsolverChapter 17. Joel G. Kingsolver, M. A. R. Koehl. 1994. Selective factors in the evolution of insect wings. Pages 425-451. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 39, 600 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 18 BreznakChapter 18. John A. Breznak, Andreas Brune. 1994. Role of microorganisms in the digestion of lignocellulose by termites. Pages 453-487. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 39, 600 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 19 CoatsChapter 19. Joel R. Coatts. 1994. Risks from natural versus synthetic insecticides. Pages 489-515. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 39, 600 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 20-1 LuttrellChapter 20 Part 1. R. G. Luttrell, G. P. Fitt, F. S. Ramalho, E. S. Sugonyaev. 1994. Cotton management: A worldwide perspective. Pages 517-526. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 39, 600 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 20-2 LuttrellChapter 20 Part 2. R. G. Luttrell. 1994. Cotton pest management: A US perspective. Pages 527-542. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 39, 600 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 20-3 FittChapter 20. Part 3. Gary P. Fitt. 1994. Cotton pest management. An Australian perspective. Pages 543-562. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 39, 600 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 20-4 RamalhoChapter 20. Part 4. F. S. Ramalho. 1994. Cotton pest management: A Brazilian perspective. Pages 563-578. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 39, 600 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 20-5 SugonyaevChapter 20. Part 5. Eugeny S. Sugonyaev. 1994. Cotton pest management: A Commonwealth of Independent States (Russian) perspective. Pages 579-592. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 39, 600 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

 

 

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