Rainfed wetland / tidal wetlands/deepwater rice pests

Rainfed wetland rice insect pests Litsinger, J.A., B.L. Canapi, J.P. Bandong, M.D. Lumaban, F.D. Raymundo, and A.T. Barrion. 2009. Insect pests of rainfed wetland rice in the Philippines: Population densities, yield loss, and insecticide management. International Journal of Pest Management 55: 221-242. J83

Granular insecticide efficacy versus ricefield water depth Bandong, J.P. and J.A. Litsinger. 1979. Evaluation of granular insecticides for rainfed wetland rice in the Philippines. International Rice Research Newsletter 4(2):15    N12

Major insect pests of rainfed wetland rice Litsinger, J.A. 1979. Major insect pests of rainfed wetland rice in tropical Asia. International Rice Research Newsletter 4(2): 14-15. N16

Dry-seeded rice  Litsinger, J.A., C. dela Cruz, F.G. Raymundo, A.T. Barrion, M.D. Lumaban, J.P. Bandong, M.S. Venugopal, F. Paragna, and E. Balete. 1982. Dry-seeded rice: insect pests and insecticide response. p. 179-194. In Cropping Systems Research in Asia. IRRI, Philippines. 756 p. C13

Rainfed rice IPM paper Chhattisgarh James A. Litsinger and Ram Kumar Sahu. 2008. Overview of  Integrated pest management strategies in Chhattisgarh and the role of action thresholds. Paper presented at the National Conference on Pest Management Strategies for Food Security, organized by the Indira Gandhi Agricultural University, Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India 2-3 May 2008.

Fujisaka madagascar middleSam Fujisaka and the FOFIFA Team. 1990. Rice research priorities for Madagascar’s Middle West. IRRI Research Paper Series No. 144, 1-15.

Chaudhary farmerR. C. Chaudhary, S. Fujisaka. 1992. Farmer-participatory rainfed lowland rice varietal testing in Cambodia. International Rice Research Newsletter 17 (4): 17.

Fujisaka RLRSam Fujisaka. 1990. Rainfed lowland rice: Building research on farmer practice and technical knowledge. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 33: 57-74.

Pineda duff 1984R. Pineda, B. Duff, E. A. Heinrichs, P. Carbonell. 1984. Insect control practices on irrigated and rainfed rice farms in Nueva Ecija, Philippines. Working Paper no. 102. Pages 1-24. In: The consequences of small rice farm mechanization project funded by USAID and implemented by the International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines.

Boling yld constraintA Boling, T. P. Tuong, S. Y. Jatmiko, M. A. Burac. 2004. Yield constraints of rainfed lowland rice in Central Java, Indonesia. Field Crops Research 90: 351-360. pdf

 

David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages. (books by chapter)

Title pages deepwtrTitle pages

GlossaryGlossary. Pages 1-6. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Summary deepwtrSummary. Pages 7-16. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Introduction deepwtrIntroduction. Pages 17-23. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Part I. The Deepwater Rice Agroecosystem.

Chapter 1 RiversChapter 1. The Rivers. Pages 25-34. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Chapter 2 FloodsChapter 2. The Floods. Pages 35-43. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Chapter 3 WaterChapter 3. The Water. Pages 44-54. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Chapter 4 ClimateChapter 4. The Climate. Pages 55-61. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Chapter 5 SoilsChapter 5. The Soils. Pages 62-74. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Chapter 6 FloraChapter 6. The Flora and Fauna. Pages 75-100. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Chapter 7 FarmerChapter 7. The Farmer. Pages 101-103. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Part II. The Deepwater Rice Plant

Chapter 8 OriginChapter 8. Origin. Pages 107-112. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Chapter 9 TypesChapter 9. Rice Cultural Types. Pages 113-120. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Chapter 10 GrowthChapter 10. Growth and Development. Pages 121-152. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Chapter 11 GasChapter 11. Gas Exchange and Nutrition. Pages 153-157. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Chapter 12 Plant populationChapter 12.  Plant Population Dynamics and Yield. Pages 158-169. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Part III. The Cultures of Deepwater Rice.

Chapter 13 Ganges 1Chapter 13. Agroecology of the Lower Ganges-Brahmaputra. Pages 173-212. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Chapter 14 Ganges 2Chapter 14. Deepwater Rice Cultures in the Ganges-Bramaputra Basin. Pages 213-244. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Chapter 15 SocioeconomicChapter 15. Socioeconomic Aspects of Deepwater Rice Culture in the Ganges-Bramaputra Basin. Pages 245-268. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Chapter 16 IndiaChapter 16. Peninsular India. Pages 269-274. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Chapter 17 BurmaChapter 17. The Irrawaddy Basin and Burma. Pages 275-285. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Chapter 18 ThailandChapter 18. The Chao Phraya Basin and Thailand. Pages 286-311. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Chapter 19 Viet-CambChapter 19. The Mekong and Red River Basins, Vietnam and Cambodia. Pages 312-352. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Chapter 20 NigerChapter 20. The Niger Basin and West Africa. Pages 353-376. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Chapter 21 MinorChapter 21. Minor Regions and Potential Areas. Pages 377-388. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Part IV. Research for Improving the Production of Deepwater Rice Cropping Systems.

Chapter 22 HistoryChapter 22. History of Research. Pages 389-396. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Chapter 23 VarietalChapter 23. Varietal Improvement. Pages 397-416. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Chapter 24 Pest ManagementChapter 24. Pest Management. Pages 417-448. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Chapter 25 CulturalChapter 25. Cultural Methods and Productivity. Pages 449-456. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Chapter 26 ResearchChapter 26. Research: Difficulties and Priorities. Pages 457-461. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

ConclusionsConclusions. Pages 462-466. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Appendices.

Appendix IAppendix I. Plants reported as weeds of deepwater rice in Asia and West Africa. Pages 467-472. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Appendix IIAppendix II. Dominant forms of blue-green algae (Cyanophyta) from deepwater rice fields in Bangadesh and Thailand. Page 473. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Appendix IIIAppendix III. Dominant forms of green algae (Chlorophyta) and Eugenophyta from deepwater rice fields in Bangladesh and Thailand. Page 474. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Appendix IVAppendix IV. Dominant forms of diatoms (Bacillariophyta) from deepwater rice fields in Bangladesh and Thailand. Page 475. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Appendix VAppendix V. Fauna collected from a medium-deep rice field in 1975-76, Udorn Thani, Northeast Thailand. Pages 476. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Appendix VIAppendix VI. Invertebrate fauna, excluding Insecta and Arachnida, from a deepwater rice field at Peraper, West Bengal, India. Page 477. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Appendix VIIAppendix VII. Arthropod fauna identified from surveys of deepwater rice fields in Bangladesh (1977-78) and Thailand (1981-85). Pages 478-479. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Appendix VIIIAppendix VIII. Scientific names of insect pests, nematode pests, and diseases of deepwater rice in Asia. Page 480. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Appendix IXAppendix IX. Known distribution of pests and diseases of Asian deepwater rice, by country. Page 481. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Appendix XAppendix X. Crops cultivated in deepwater rice areas. Page 482. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

ReferencesReferences. Pages 483-502. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

General IndexGeneral Index. Pages 503-540. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

Cultivar IndexCultivar Index. Pages 541-542. In: David Catling. 1992. Rice in Deep Water. International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines, 542 pages.

 

 

IRRN 1978 3 (1) 9Catling, H.D. and Z. Islam. 1978. Stem borer incidence in deep-water rice. International Rice Research Newsletter 3(1):9.

IRRN 1979 4 (5) 14-15Catling, H.D. and Z. Islam. 1979. Crop losses in deepwater rice due to yellow rice borer. International Rice Research Newsletter 4(5):14-15.

IRRN 1991 16 (3) 22-23Islam Z. 1991. Influence of changing cropping pattern on insect pests of deepwater rice. International Rice Research Newsletter 16 (3) 22-23.

IRRN 1993 18 (1) 27Thamrin M, Rosmini H. 1993. Rice resistance to leaffolder in tidal wetlands. International Rice Research Newsletter 18 (1) 27.

IRRN 1979 4 (6) 12-13Sharma GL, SC Modgal, RC Gautam. 1979. Effect of depth of submergence on incidence of bacterial blight and white grub infestation in transplanted rice. International Rice Research Newsletter 4 (6) 12-13.

IRRN 1981 6 (1) 8-9 Chand P, SP Shaw, SC Prasad. 1981. Relative susceptibility of rice varieties to gall midge under low rainfall conditions. International Rice Research Newsletter 6 (1) 8-9.

IRRN 1981 6 (3) 7Singh BN, Y Prasad, RS Singh, R Singh. 1981. Varietal reaction to rice tungro disease in deepwater transplanted variety trials at Pusa, Bihar, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 6 (3) 7.

IRRN 1981 6 (4) 14Kushwaha KS. 1981. The black beetle as a pest of rice in Haryana, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 6 (4) 14.

IRRN 1981 6 (4) 15SA. 1981. Parasa bicolor (Walker), a new pest of rice in Manipur. International Rice Research Newsletter 6 (4) 15.

IRRN 1982 7 (2) 10Alghali AM and J. S. Domingo. 1982. Weed hosts of some rice pests in North Western Sierra Leone. International Rice Research Newsletter 7 (2) 10.

IRRN 1982 7 (2) 12 Catling HD, R Pattrasudhi, S Boonyaviwatana. 1982. Yellow rice borer incidence in deepwater rice in Thailand, 1981. International Rice Research Newsletter 7 (2) 12.

IRRN 1982 7 (3) 11 Catling HD, S Boonyaviwatana, R Pattrasudhi, L Arayarungsarit. 1982. Incidence of ragged stunt in floating rice in Thailand. International Rice Research Newsletter 7 (3) 11.

IRRN 1983 8 (5) 18 Ho DT, JG Kibuka. 1983. Stem borers in various rice ecosystems in Kenya. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (5) 18.

IRRN 1983 8 (6) 17-18 Upadhyay RK, MC Diwakar. 1983. Natural enemies of rice insect pests in Chhattisgarh (M.P.), India. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (6) 17-18.

IRRN 1984 9 (3) 16-17Taylor T, Z Islam. 1984. Crop loss in deepwater rice caused by yellow stem borer. International Rice Research Newsletter 9 (3) 16-17.

IRRN 1984 9 (3) 21Taylor B. 1984. Deepwater rice and yellow stem borer larvae. International Rice Research Newsletter 9 (3) 21.

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 1985 10 (3) 17Datta SK, D Konar, PK Banerjee, SK De. 1985. Effect of yellow stem borer at different internodes of deep water rice. International Rice Research Newsletter 10 (3) 17.

IRRN 1985 10 (5) 20-21Datta SK, D Konar, SK De, PK Banerjee. 1985. Stem injury in deep water rice as a guide for determining yellow stem borer infestation at different growth stages. International Rice Research Newsletter 10 (5) 20-21.

IRRN 1986 11 (4) 36-37Shah NK.1986. Black beetle — a serious rice pest in western Himalayas. International Rice Research Newsletter 11 (4) 36-37.

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 (5) 36Nguyen Van Huynh, Nguyen Ngoc Pho, Nguyen Trung Truc. 1986. Insect and vertebrate pests of deep water rice in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam. International Rice Research Newsletter 11 (5) 36.

IRRN 1988 13 (6) 36-37Panda SK, N Shi. 1988. Chemical control of thrips and gall midge in rainfed lowland rice. International Rice Research Newsletter 13 (6) 36-37.

IRRN 1988 13 (6) 38Prasad SS, PK Gupta, RB Singh. 1988. Yield losses in floating rice caused by stem borers. International Rice Research Newsletter 13 (6) 38.

IRRN 1989 14 (6) 33aIslam Z. 1989. Crop losses due to hispa beetle damage in deepwater rice. International Rice Research Newsletter 14 (6) 33a.

IRRN 1990 15 (1) 30-31Gupta PK, SS Prasad, RB Singh. 1990. Stem borer incidence at different growth stages of rainfed rice. International Rice Research Newsletter 15 (1) 30-31.

IRRN 1990 15 (6) 21Fomba SN. 1990. Rice yellow mottle virus on swamp rice in Guinea. International Rice Research Newsletter 15 (6) 21.

IRRN 1991 16 (3) 22-23Islam Z. 1991. Influence of changing cropping pattern on insect pests of deepwater rice. International Rice Research Newsletter 16 (3) 22-23.

IRRN 1993 18 (1) 27Thamrin M, H Rosmini. 1993. Rice resistance to leaffolder in tidal wetlands. International Rice Research Notes 18 (1) 27.

IRRN 2005 30 (1) 34-35AK Swarnkar, VM Victor, AS Rajput. 2005. Evaluating integrated nutrient management for the biasi system of rainfed rice cultivation. International Rice Research Notes 30 (1) 34-35.

IRRN 2005 30 (2) 24RA Singh, RB Singh, G Singh. 2005. Drought-induced shifting of stem borer species in shallow deepwater rice. International Rice Research Notes 30 (2) 24.

Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). 1984. Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 29, 511 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc. (book by chapter)

Title pages v 29Title pages.

Subject Index v 29Subject Index. Pages 505-511.

Chapter 1 HarpazChapter 1. Isaac Harpaz. 1984. Frederick Simon Bodenheimer (1897-195). Pages 1-24. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 29, 511 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 2 SeastedtChapter 2. T. R. Seastedt. 1984. The role of microarthropods in decomposition and mineralization processes. Pages 25-46. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 29, 511 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 3 WirtzChapter 3. R. A. Wirtz. 1984. Allergic and toxic reactions to non-stinging arthropods. Pages 47-69. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 29, 511 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 4 TerriereChapter 4. Leon C. Terriere. 1984. Induction of detoxification enzymes. Pages 71-88. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 29, 511 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 5 HassellChapter 5. H. P. Hassell, J. K. Waage. 1984. Host-parasitoid population reactions. Pages 89-114. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 29, 511 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 6 KobayashiChapter 6. Fujio Kobayashi, Akiomi Yamane, Toshiya Ikeda. 1984. The Japanese pine sawyer beetle as the vector of pine wilt disease. Pages 115-135. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 29, 511 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 7 BalashovChapter 7. Yu. S. Balashov. 1984. Interaction between blood-sucking arthropods and their hosts, and its influence on vector potential. Pages 137-156. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 29, 511 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 8 MumfordChapter 8. J. D. Mumford, G. A. Norton. 1984. Economics of decision making in pest management. Pages 157-174. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 29, 511 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 9 PlowrightChapter 9. 1984. R. C. Plowright, T. M. Laverty. 1984. The ecology and sociobiology of bumble bees. Pages 175-199. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 29, 511 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 10 PrestwichChapter 10. Glenn D. Prestwich. 1984. Defense mechanisms of termites. Pages 201-232. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 29, 511 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 11 ChenChapter 11. P. S. Chen. 1984. The functional morphology and biochemistry of insect male accessory glands and their secretions. Pages 233-255. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 29, 511 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 12 ViggianiChapter 12. Gennaro Viggiani. 1984. Bionomics of the Aphelinidae. Pages 257-276. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 29, 511 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 13 WehnerChapter 13. Rüdiger Wehner. 1984. Astronavigation in insects. Pages 277-298. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 29, 511 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 14 RiechertChapter 14. Susan E. Riechert, Tim Lockley. 1984. Spiders as biological control agents. Pages 299-320. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 29, 511 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 15 TaylorChapter 15. L. R. Taylor. 1984. Assessing and interpreting the spatial distributions of insect populations. Pages 321-357. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 29, 511 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 16 WelchChapter 16. S. M. Welch. 1984. Developments in computer-based IPM extension delivery systems. Pages 359-381. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 29, 511 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 17 MattesonChapter 17. Patricia C. Matteson, Miguel A. Altieri, Wayne C. Gagné. 1984. Modification of small farm practices for better pest management. Pages 383-402. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 29, 511 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 18 BerlocherChapter 18. Stewart H. Berlocher.  1984. Insect molecular systematics. Pages 403-433. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 29, 511 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 19 WhaltonChapter 19. M. E. Whalon, B. A. Croft. 1984. Apple IPM implementation in North America. Pages 435-470. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 29, 511 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 20 DiehlChapter 20. S. R. Diehl, G. L. Bush. 1984. An evolutionary and applied perspective of insect biotypes. Pages 471-504. In: Thomas E. Mittler, Frank J. Radovsky, Vincent H. Resh (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 29, 511 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

 

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