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Mites (Acari) for Pest Control
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Mites (Acari) for Pest Control
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2003 | 550 Pages | ISBN: 0632056584 | PDF | 6 MB




Mites (Acari) for Pest Control is an extremely comprehensive publication, covering in depth the 34 acarine families that contain mites useful for the control of pest mites and insects, nematodes and weeds. In addition to providing information on each relevant acarine family, the book includes essential information on the introduction, culture and establishment of acarine biocontrol agents, the effects of the host plants, agrochemicals and environmental factors on mites used in biological control and discusses commercial and economic considerations in their use.Mites are now used in various ways for biological control, with a growing number of species being sold commercially throughout the world. The authors of this landmark publication, who have between them a huge wealth of experience working with mites in biological control programs, have put together a book that will for many years be the standard reference on the subject. The book will be of great value to all those working in crop protection and biological control both in research as well as in commercial operations, including acarologists, entomologists, integrated pest management specialists, agricultural and plant scientists. Libraries in all universities and research establishments where these subjects are studied and taught should all have copies on their shelves.Uri Gerson is at the Department of Entomology, Faculty of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Sciences, Hebrew University, Rehovot, Israel. Robert L. Smiley and Ronald Ochoa are at the Systematic Entomology Laboratory, US Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Beltsville, MD, USAContent: Chapter 1 History, Definitions and Current Work (pages 1-10): Chapter 2 The Acari (pages 11-25): Chapter 3 An Illustrated Key to the Relevant Acarine Families (pages 26-68): Chapter 4 Acaridae (pages 69-73): Chapter 5 Acarophenacidae (pages 74-77): Chapter 6 Anystidae (pages 78-83): Chapter 7 Arrenuridae (pages 84-88): Chapter 8 Ascidae (pages 89-93): Chapter 9 Bdellidae (pages 94-99): Chapter 10 Camerobiidae (page 100): Chapter 11 Ceratozetidae (pages 101-102): Chapter 12 Cheyletidae (pages 103-111): Chapter 13 Cunaxidae (pages 112-113): Chapter 14 Ereynetidae (pages 114-116): Chapter 15 Eriophyidae (pages 117-126): Chapter 16 Erythraeidae (pages 127-130): Chapter 17 Eupalopsellidae (pages 131-132): Chapter 18 Galumnidae (pages 133-135): Chapter 19 Hemisarcoptidae (pages 136-148): Chapter 20 Hydryphantidae (pages 149-150): Chapter 21 Laelapidae (pages 151-158): Chapter 22 Limnesiidae (pages 159-160): Chapter 23 Macrochelidae (pages 161-169): Chapter 24 Otopheidomenidae (page 170): Chapter 25 Parasitidae (pages 171-172): Chapter 26 Phytoseiidae (pages 173-218): Chapter 27 Pionidae (pages 219-221): Chapter 28 Podapolipidae (pages 222-224): Chapter 29 Pterygosomidae (pages 225-226): Chapter 30 Pyemotidae (pages 227-231): Chapter 31 Scheloribatidae (pages 232-233): Chapter 32 Stigmaeidae (pages 234-246): Chapter 33 Tarsonemidae (pages 247-249): Chapter 34 Tetranychidae (pages 250-254): Chapter 35 Trombidiidae (pages 255-257): Chapter 36 Tydeidae (pages 258-262): Chapter 37 Uropodidae (pages 263-265): Chapter 38 Acarine Biocontrol Agents as Enemies of Problem?Causing Organisms (pages 266-286): Chapter 39 Introducing, Culturing and Establishing Acarine Biocontrol Agents (pages 287-322): Chapter 40 The Sex Ratio of Acarine Biocontrol Agents (pages 323-331): Chapter 41 The Effect of Host Plants and the Ground Cover on Acarine Biocontrol Agents (pages 332-359): Chapter 42 Intraguild Predation and Other Interactions Among Acarine Biocontrol Agents (pages 360-366): Chapter 43 The Effect of Agricultural Chemicals on Acarine Biocontrol Agents (pages 367-383): Chapter 44 Demonstrating the Efficacy of Acarine Biocontrol Agents (pages 384-398): Chapter 45 Environmental Constraints in the Use of Acarine Biocontrol Agents (pages 399-405): Chapter 46 Commercial and Economic Aspects in the Use of Acarine Biocontrol Agents (pages 406-412): Chapter 47 Recommendations for Future Work (pages 413-416):


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