Thrips biology and management / edited by Bruce L. Parker, Margaret Skinner, and Trevor Lewis.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
New York : Plenum Press, ©1995.
Description
xvi, 636 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm

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Series
NATO ASI series. Series A, Life sciences ; v. 276. [More in this series]
Notes
  • "Proceedings of a NATO advanced research workshop : the 1993 International Conference on Thysanoptera : Toward Understanding Thrips Management held September 28-30, 1993 in Burlington, Vermont"--T.p. verso.
  • "Published in cooperation with NATO Scientific Affairs Division."
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents
Machine derived contents note: Introduction to Thrips/Plant Relationships: Thysanoptera as Phytophagous Opportunists; L.A. Mound, D.A.J. Teulon. Pest Problems in Field, Forest and Glasshouse Crops: Bionomics of Cotton Thrips: A Review; T.F. Leigh. Vectoring of Plant Pathogens: Median Latent Period and Transmission of Tospoviruses Vectored by Thrips; I. Wijkamp, et al. Biological Control Agents and Practices: Resources to Implement Biological Control in Greenhouses; R.J. Jacobson. Biological Control Using Oligophagous Predators; P.M.J. Ramakers. Chemical Control: Insecticide Resistance in Western Flower Thrips; K.L. Robb, et al. Integrated Pest Management: IPM of Western Flower Thrips; K.L. Robb, M.P. Parrella. Ecology and Behavior: Temporal and Spatial Dynamics of Thrips Populations in a Diverse Ecosystem: Theory and Management; A.M. Shelton. Development and Genetics: Morphogenetic Development of Some Species of the Order Thysanoptera; (Insecta); G. Moritz. Field Sampling and Laboratory Techniques: Monitoring of Western Flower Thrips on Glasshouse and Vegetable Crops; J.L. Shipp. List of Thrips Species and Synonyms. 80 additional articles. Index.
ISBN
  • 0306450135
  • 9780306450136
LCCN
95016545
OCLC
32508562
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