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Principles of Insect Parasitism Analyzed from New Perspectives

E. F. Knipling

Principles of Insect Parasitism Analyzed from New Perspectives

Practical Implications for Regulating Insect Populations (Agriculture Handbook (United States. Dept. of Agriculture), No. 693.)

by E. F. Knipling

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Published by Dept. of Agriculture Agricultural Research Se .
Written in English


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Number of Pages337
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Open LibraryOL7367899M
ISBN 100160378141
ISBN 109780160378140
OCLC/WorldCa26628959

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The author presents the results of a theoretical study on the roles that parasitic insects can and cannot play against populations of their insect-pest hosts under natural conditions. Furthermore, the feasibility of managing major insect-pest problems through highly augmentative releases of parasites in the host ecosystems is critically examined by theoretical deductive by: Knipling's second book, Principles of Insect Parasitism Analyzed from New Perspectives: Practical Implications for Regulating Insect Populations by Biological Means (USDA Agriculture Handbook ), published incontains information on the use of parasites for insect control.

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Principles of Insect Parasitism Analyzed from New Perspectives. Eretmocerus warrae Naumann & Schmidt is a thelytokous parasitoid of the greenhouse whitefly, Trialeurodes vaporariorum (Westwood).

In conditions of 22±1°C, 60±5% RH and h light:dark, the. The successful application of Augmentative Biological Control (ABC) to control pest fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) confronts two fundamental requirements: (1) the establishment of efficient mass rearing procedures for the species to be released, and (2) the development of methodologies for the packing and release of parasitoids that permit a uniform distribution and their optimal field Cited by: 9.

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Knipling, To print selected items, please check the box next to each desired item. When your selection is complete, click Print The Selected Entries. Knipling, E.F. Possibilities of insect control or eradication through the use of sexually sterile males. Journal of Economic Entomology [ Links ] Knipling, E.F.

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Agriculture Handbook Washington DCUS Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service Google ScholarCited by:   The mortality data by insecticide treatments with and without synergist and no parasitism were compared by the paired t test at 5% probability and of parasitism analyzed using regression equations with the 95% confidence limits calculated by PROBIT analysis.

46 The median lethal time (LT 50) of the insects was obtained with PROC PROBIT. 47 All Author: Wagner de Souza Tavares, Wagner de Souza Tavares, Wagner de Souza Tavares, Jesusa Crisostomo Legaspi.