2 edition of Biological Control in the Tropics found in the catalog.
April 10, 2000 by CABI .
|Contributions||Loke Wai Hong (Editor), Soetikno S. Sastroutomo (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||166|
The completely revised second edition of the bestselling Biological Control in Plant Protection: A Color Handbook continues the objective of providing a handbook with profiles and full-color photographs of as many examples of biological control organisms from as wide a global area as possible. It is designed to help readers anticipate and. – The purpose of this paper is to review the current state of research on the various biological agents that could cause deterioration of paper materials and possible intervention strategies against these biotic agents in the tropics., – Recent literature in the tropics is reviewed to gain insight into the problems that confront libraries in the tropics as regards the Cited by: Australian Biological Farming Conference Title - Science Meets Nature. Venue - Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. Date -November 9 - 12,
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Biological control is a pest control method with low environmental impact and small contamination risk for humans, domestic animals and the environment.
Weeds are a major constraint to agricultural production, particularly in the developing world. Cost-efficient biological control is a self-sustaining way to reduce this problem, and produces fewer non-target effects than chemical methods, which can cause serious damage to the environment.
This Biological Control in the Tropics book covers the origin, distribution, and ecology of twenty model. 1 Biological control of weeds in the tropics and sustainability 1 R. Muniappan, G. Reddy, and A. Raman 2 Acacia nilotica ssp. indica (L.) Willd.
ex Del. (Mimosaceae) Biological control is a pest control method with low environmental impact and small contamination risk for humans, domestic animals and the environment. Several success cases of biological control can be found in the tropics around the world.
The classical biological control has been applied with greater emphasis in Australia and Latin. Biological control has been central to many recent successful integrated pest management programmes. It is also the natural choice where protection of the environment is particularly important. This book reviews current knowledge of biocontrol programmes in the tropics, particularly in developing countries.
It is based on papers presented at a symposium held in. Biological control of weeds has been practised for over years and Australia has been a leader in this weed management technique. The classical example of control of prickly pears in Australia by the cactus moth Cactoblastis cactorum, which was imported from the Americas, helped to set the future for biocontrol of weeds in many by: Biological control is an environmentally sound and effective means of reducing or mitigating pests and pest effects through the use of natural enemies.
The aim of Biological Control is to promote this science and technology through publication of original research articles and reviews of research and theory. The journal devotes a section to reports on biotechnologies dealing with. This text provides readers with an in-depth exploration of how biological control functions and how it can be safely employed to solve pest problems and enhance nature conservation.
It covers the principles behind biological control techniques and their implementation, and incorporates practical examples from the biological control of a variety of pests.3/5(2).
This book covers the origin, distribution, and ecology of twenty invasive tropical weed species, and their sustainable biological control using arthropods.
Biological Control promotes the science and technology of biological control through publication of original research articles and reviews of research and theory.
The focus includes new and emerging trends in this field. Biological control is defined as the reduction or mitigation of pests and pest effects through the use of natural enemies. Purchase Handbook of Biological Control - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBiological control has been defined simply as the utilization of natural enemies to reduce the damage caused by noxious organisms to tolerable levels (DeBach and Rosen, ).
One approach to biological control has been termed “classical Biological Control in the Tropics book control”; it involves the discovery, importation, and establishment of exotic natural enemies.
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– 14), divided by the number of documents in these three previous years (e.g. – 14). Weeds are a major constraint to agricultural production, particularly in the developing world. Cost-efficient biological control is a self-sustaining way to reduce this problem, and produces fewer non-target effects than chemical methods, which can Price: $ Biological control is a component of an integrated pest management strategy.
It is defined as the reduction of pest populations by natural enemies and typically involves an active human role. Keep in mind that all insect species are also suppressed by naturally occurring organisms and environmental factors, with no human input. This is. Cost-efficient biological control is a self-sustaining way to reduce this problem, and produces fewer non-target effects than chemical methods, which can cause serious damage to the environment.
This book covers the origin, distribution, and ecology of twenty model invasive weed species, which occur in habitats from tropical to temperate to. Biological control using egg parasitoids particularly from the genus Trichogramma and Telenomus remus is part of the IPM approach presently underway to control FAW in North and South America.
The approach involves mass rearing and release of these egg parasitoids to control FAW. These egg parasitoids are reared on factitious and natural Size: 3MB. Get this from a library. Biological Control of Tropical Weeds using Arthropods. [Rangaswamy Muniappan; Gadi V P Reddy; Anantanarayanan Raman] -- Discusses the biological control of weeds using arthropods, providing ecological management.
D.E. Pearson, R.M. CallawayIndirect nontarget effects of host-specific biological control agents: implications for biological control Biological Control, 35 (), pp. Google ScholarCited by: 4. Bruchid beetles cause high losses of stored legumes in the tropics.
Chemical control is inappropriate for the small scale farmer and the use of alternative measures should be encouraged. Different biological methods of control such as cultural, physical, varietal, biological, biorational and genetic control are by: Biological control of weeds in the tropics and sustainability R.
Muniappan, G.V.P. Reddy, and A. Raman Introduction Efforts to manage weeds using biological control have been gaining momentum throughout the world, especially in the recent.
Biological control or biocontrol is a method of controlling pests such as insects, mites, weeds and plant diseases using other organisms. It relies on predation, parasitism, herbivory, or other natural mechanisms, but typically also involves an active human management can be an important component of integrated pest management (IPM) programs.
There are three basic strategies. The biological control of pest tephritid flies using parasitoids has been successful in relatively few subtropical and tropical regions. The best documented successes were in Hawaii and Florida, USA, Fiji and southern Europe. There were relatively limited successes in Australia, Costa Rica and Mexico.
With the accidental establishment of new pest tephritids, such as Cited by: Dharam P. Abrol, Uma Shankar, in Breeding Oilseed Crops for Sustainable Production, Biological control.
Various biological control agents attack pests. Spilosoma obliqua larvae have been reported to be parasitized by Charops sp. by up to 38% and up to % by Apanteles obliquaei and A. ruides (Shetgar et al., ).Helicoverpa armigera, a dreaded pest of.
Biological control of tropical weeds using arthropods / Rangaswamy Muniappan [et al.]. Includes index. ISBN (hardback) 1. Weeds – Biological control – Tropics. Invasive plants – Biological control – Tropics.
Phytophagous insects – Tropics. Insects as biological pest control agents – Tropics. Gastro-intestinal nematode parasitism is one of the most important disease constraints to small ruminant production in the sub-tropics and tropics control of the gastro-intestinal nematodes particularly Haemonchus contortus and Trichostrongylus species is a prerequisite for profitable small ruminant : Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
Thus the fruit crops provide a relatively stable environment, offering good opportunities for biological control and effective pest management programmes (Bennet et al., ).
Many examples of successful biological control of pests of such crops, starting with Icerya purchasi Maskell by Rodolia cardinalis Mulsant in California in Author: M. Mani, A. Krishnamoorthy. Biological control, or biological pest control, is the reduction of pest populations by using natural enemies.
It is important because crop pests become resistant to chemical pesticides. Natural enemies of insect pests include predators, parasitoids, and ical control agents of weeds include herbivores and plant pathogens. Predators, such as birds, lady beetles and. Prospects for biological control in the tropics are discussed.
Classical biological control has been very effective against many introduced pests in the tropics and because it is permanent should be preferred as a control strategy. However, many pests are native or long established and of uncertain origin.
Although classical biological control of these is more difficult, it has been Cited by: 2. Biological control, the use of living organisms to control pests. A natural enemy such as a parasite, predator, or disease organism is introduced into the environment of a pest or, if already present, is encouraged to multiply and become more effective in.
Biological Control Weed Control Methods Handbook, The Nature Conservancy, Tu et al. John M. Randall and Mandy Tu Biological control (biocontrol for short) is the use of animals, fungi, or other microbes to feed upon, parasitize or otherwise.
Biological control of pests, weeds and diseases (pest) is an integral part of a successful Integrated Pest Management plan.
Biological control is the management of a pest through the use of their natural enemies (biological control agent). A biological control agent is an organism such as a virus, insect or plant disease.
The Department of Primary Industries and Regional. Biological Control of Invasive Plants in the Eastern United States – An online book that provides a reference guide for field workers and land managers concerning the historical and current status of the biological control of invasive plant species in the eastern United States.
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Filed under: Aeronautics in forest fire control. This text provides readers with an in-depth exploration of how biological control functions and how it can be safely employed to solve pest problems and enhance nature conservation. It covers the principles behind biological control techniques and their implementation, and incorporates practical examples from the biological control of a variety Price: $ Benjamin Kidd (–) was a British sociologist whose first job was a civil service clerk, but who, by persistent self-education, became internationally famous by the publication of his book Social Evolution in Kidd argued that the "evolution of society and of modern civilization" is caused not by reason or science, but by the force of "religious beliefs."Education: Autodidact.
Biological Control of Whiteflies by Indigenous Natural Enemies from T. variabilis. Only Eretmocerus sp. “c” was collected parasitizing B. tuberculata (Castillo, ). The highest level of parasitism was around 15% measured on A. socialis in the Eastern Plains; almost 14% was measured on B.
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The proceedings of a recent workshop held at IITA, Nigeria, document current achievements, problems and future prospects for biological control in Africa. Twenty contributors provide a wide-ranging review not only of the technical aspects of biological control programmes but also of.
The other biological agents include bacteria, insects and rodents. The important insects in tropical environment are cockroaches and termites. The warm humid tropical conditions and dirty environment trigger/promote biodeterioration processes and make book deterioration to be more pronounced in the tropics than in the temperate regions.Abstract This book was written primarily to fulfil the requirements of university students of agricultural entomology in East Africa for a text-book on insect pests of plants and their control but was widened to comprise an outline of the insect pest situation throughout the tropics, many of the crops and the pests being the same or similar.