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100 1  Abrol, Dharam P. 
245 10 Integrated Pest Management|h[electronic resource] :
       |bCurrent Concepts and Ecological Perspective. 
260    Burlington :|bElsevier Science,|c2013. 
300    1 online resource (576 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
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500    5.1.2 Biology and Life Cycle. 
505 0  Front Cover; Integrated Pest Management; Copyright Page; 
       Contents; About the Editor; Preface; List of Contributors;
       1 Host-Plant Resistance in Pest Management; 1.1 
       Introduction -- What is Plant Resistance?; 1.2 The 
       Traditional Approach to Plant Resistance; 1.2.1 Screening;
       1.2.2 Categorization of Resistance; 1.2.3 Breeding; 1.2.4 
       Implementation; 1.3 Current and Past Uses of Plant 
       Resistance; 1.4 The Evolving Role of Mechanistic Research 
       in Host-Plant Resistance; 1.5 Induced Resistance as a 
       Management Tool; 1.6 Case Studies: The Use of Resistant 
       Rice Varieties. 
505 8  1.6.1 Brown Planthopper Resistance1.6.2 Stem Borer 
       Resistance; 1.6.3 Rice Water Weevil Resistance; 1.6.4 
       Induced Resistance in Rice; 1.7 Conclusions; 
       Acknowledgments; References; 2 Impact of Climate Change on
       Pest Management and Food Security; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 
       Impact of Climate Change on Geographic Distribution and 
       Population Dynamics of Insect Pests; 2.3 Effect of Climate
       Change on the Effectiveness of Pest Management 
       Technologies; 2.3.1 Expression of Resistance to Insect 
       Pests; 2.3.2 Transgenic Crops for Pest Management; 2.3.3 
       Activity and Abundance of Natural Enemies. 
505 8  2.3.4 Biopesticides and Synthetic Insecticides2.4 Climate 
       Change and Pest Management: The Challenge Ahead; 2.5 
       Conclusions; References; 3 Application of Remote Sensing 
       in Integrated Pest Management; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 
       Methods; 3.2.1 Simulation of a Simple Random Sample 
       Design; 3.2.2 Insect Infestation of Habitats Simulation 
       Model; 3.2.3 Dispersion Analyses of Simulated Conditions; 
       3.2.4 Simulation Experiments with Dice; 3.2.5 Field Data 
       Illustrations; 3.3 Results; 3.4 Discussion; 3.5 
       Conclusions; Acknowledgments; References; 4 Weather-based 
       Pest Forecasting for Efficient Crop Protection. 
505 8  4.1 Introduction4.1.1 Crop Protection and Current 
       Challenges; 4.1.2 Weather, Pest, and Crop Interactions; 
       4.2 Weather; 4.2.1 Weather Factors and Derived Variables; 
       4.2.2 Critical Weather Variables for Pest Forecasting; 
       4.2.3 Sources of Weather Data and Reliability; 4.3 Pests; 
       4.3.1 Sensitivity and Vulnerability to Weather Factors -- 
       Extreme Events and Prevailing Climate; 4.3.2 Weather 
       Forecasts for Early Warning/Scouting of Pest; 4.4 Crops; 
       4.4.1 Agronomic Dependence on Weather Factors -- Planting 
       Days, Phenology, and Host Maturity. 
505 8  4.4.2 Synchronization of Pest Emergence and Host 
       Development Avoidance and Planting Dates4.5 Efficient Crop
       Protection Product; 4.5.1 Weather-Based Forecasts and IPM;
       4.5.2 Existing Products; 4.5.3 Case Studies; 4.5.3.1 Case 
       Study 1: WRF model and Early Leaf Spot in Peanut; 4.5.3.2 
       Case Study 2: WRF Model and Thrips-Vector Populations; 
       4.5.4 Accuracy, Limitations, and Uncertainties; 4.6 
       Conclusions; References; 5 Forecasting of Colorado Potato 
       Beetle Development with Computer Aided System SIMLEP 
       Decision Support System; 5.1 Introduction; 5.1.1 Brief 
       History of the Colorado Potato Beetle. 
520    Integrated Pest Management: Current Concepts and 
       Ecological Perspective presents an overview of alternative
       measures to traditional pest management practices using 
       biological control and biotechnology. The removal of some 
       highly effective broad-spectrum chemicals, caused by 
       concerns over environmental health and public safety, has 
       resulted in the development of alternative, reduced risk 
       crop protection products. These products, less toxic to 
       the environment and easily integrated into biological 
       control systems, target specific life stages or pest 
       species. Predation - recognized as a suitable. 
588 0  Print version record. 
590    eBooks on EBSCOhost|bEBSCO eBook Subscription Academic 
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650  0 Agricultural pests|xBiological control. 
650  0 Agricultural pests|xIntegrated control. 
650  0 Electronic books.--local 
655  0 Electronic books. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aAbrol, Dharam P.|tIntegrated Pest 
       Management : Current Concepts and Ecological Perspective.
       |dBurlington : Elsevier Science, ©2013|z9780123985293 
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