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About this product
- PublisherSpringer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Date of Publication12/06/2012
- GenreLife Sciences: Zoology
- Place of PublicationNew York
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintSpringer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Content Notebiography
- Weight603 g
- Width178 mm
- Height254 mm
- Spine16 mm
- Edited byBruce E. Tabashnik,Richard Tyrone Roush
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US)
- Table Of Contents1. Introduction.- 2. Resistance Detection and Documentation: The Relative Roles of Pesticidal and Biochemical Assays.- Types and choice of detection methods.- Initial detection of resistance.- Choice of sample size and strategy.- Assessing factors relevant to resistance management.- Future advances in biochemical assays.- Conclusions.- 3. Investigating Mechanisms of Insecticide Resistance: Methods, Strategies, and Pitfalls.- General considerations for resistance studies.- Methods for identifying resistance mechanisms.- Conclusions.- 4. Molecular Mechanisms of Insecticide Resistance.- Resistance conferred by enhanced detoxication.- Resistance conferred by reduced neuronal sensitivity.- Conclusions.- 5 The Role of Population Genetics in Resistance Research and Management.- Genetic basis of resistance.- Influences on the rates of evolution of resistance.- Genetic perspective on practical resistance management.- Summary and conclusions.- 6 Modeling and Evaluation of Resistance Management Tactics.- Classification of resistance models.- Resistance to one insecticide.- Resistance to two or more insecticides.- Resistance in natural enemy-pest systems.- Conclusions and future directions.- 7 The Effect of Agrochemicals on Vector Populations.- Toxicity of agrochemicals to vectors.- Cases of vector resistance due to agrochemical applications.- Evidence for implication of agrochemicals in vector resistance.- Discussion.- 8 Pesticide Resistance in Arthropod Natural Enemies: Variability and Selection Responses.- Recent reviews.- Naturally occurring pesticide resistances.- Artificial selection of arthropod natural enemies.- Potential new sources of variability.- Conclusions.- 9 Management of Pyrethroid-resistant Tobacco Budworms on Cotton in the United States.- Use of pyrethroids and the occurrence of resistance.- Development of resistance monitoring technique.- Development of resistance management strategy.- Resistance monitoring and success of the management strategy.- Nature of resistance: Extent, biochemistry, and genetics.- Biological costs of resistance to the tobacco budworm.- Field test of insecticide efficacy in relation to the resistance management strategy.- The role of formamidines in pyrethroid resistance management.- Future research needs.- Conclusions.- 10. Resistance Management in Multiple-pest Apple Orchard Ecosystems in Eastern North America.- Resistance to acaricides.- Insecticide resistance in the spotted tentiform leafminer.- Conclusions.- 11. Developing a Philosophy and Program of Pesticide Resistance Management.- Goals, tools, implementation, and constraints to pesticide resistance management (PRM).- A philosophy of resistance management.- Temporal/spatial scales and components of PRM.- The economic/policy environment and constraints to PRM.- Case histories of PRM.- Synthesis of principles.
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