5 edition of Host plant resistance to pests found in the catalog.
Host plant resistance to pests
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||sponsored by the Division of Pesticide Chemistry at the 174th meeting of the American Chemical Society, Chicago, IL, Aug. 31-Sept. 1, 1977 ; Paul A. Hedin, editor.|
|Series||ACS symposium series ; 62, ACS symposium series ;, 62.|
|Contributions||Hedin, Paul A. 1926-, American Chemical Society. Division of Pesticide Chemistry.|
|LC Classifications||SB750 .H67|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 286 p. :|
|Number of Pages||286|
|LC Control Number||77013823|
This book presents a broad overview of host plant resistance to insect pests. It shows how plants can defend themselves naturally and how insects have adapted to overcome these mechanisms through coevolution. It also describes screening and breeding for insect :// Host plant resistance. The approaches utilized to obtain host plant resistance can be categorized by the methods used to manipulate (in the broadest sense) plant genetics: the conventional approach utilizing Mendelian genetics, the biometrician's approach and more recently the approaches of
A historical account of plant resistance terminology is presented. Resistance can be classified as to intensities: immunity; high, moderate and low resistance; or types of resistance: vertical or horizontal resistance. The mechanisms of resistance include: non-preference, antibiosis and :// Yet the whole process of host-plant selection and host-plant specificity amongst insects depends on behavior, and selection for behavioral differences must be a prime factor in the evolution of host-plant specificity. In writing this book, we hope to draw attention to this central role of behavior and, hopefully, encourage a few students to
Plant pests (insects, mites nematodes), diseases (viral, fungal, and bacterial), and weeds may develop which is termed systemic acquired resistance (SAR). During a compatible host interaction, plant death occurs as the pathogen emerges from Crop Protection Through Pest-Resistant Genes - Stanley Freeman, -insect interactions, host-plant resistance, and integrated pest management: Michael J. Stout, Louisiana State University Agricultural Centre, USA; Part 2 Cultural and physical methods in IPM es in breeding crops resistant to insect pests: rice as a paradigm: E. A. Heinrichs and John E. Foster, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA;https://iappsme//02/27/new-book-integrated-management-of-insect-pests.
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The use of plant resistance for managing arthropod pests in rice illustrates many aspects of the use of host-plant resistance in pest :// Integrated pest management (IPM) is a system of protecting crops that meets the requirements of sustainable development by allowing farmers to manage pests in a way that is cost-effective, environmentally sound and suitable to adopt under local conditions.
The ideal IPM component for resource Host plant resistance to pests book farmers is host-plant :// The current concepts of host plant resistance to insects are reviewed in this book. The broad coverage includes crop plant and insect diversity, mechanisms of insect-plant interactions, host plant selection, components of resistance, the biochemical basis for resistance, mechanisms of resistance, factors affecting expression of resistance, screening techniques for resistance, the role of insect No one would deny the fact that host plant resistance (HPR) is the most economical and environment friendly mean of controlling pests.
The resistance is “incorporated” in the seed, and thus there is no extra cost or effort on farmers to use resistant :// Applied research on host-plant resistance to arthropod pests has been guided over the past 60 years by a framework originally developed by Reginald Painter in his book, Insect Resistance in /_Host-Plant_Resistance_in_Pest_Management.
This book reviews and synthesizes the recent advances in exploiting host plant resistance to insects, highlighting the role of molecular techniques in breeding insect resistant crops. It also provides an overview of the fascinating field of insect-plant relationships, which is fundamental to the study of host-plant resistance to › Life Sciences › Plant Sciences.
Molecular Host Plant Resistance to Pests examines environmentally safe and integrated techniques for effective pest management. Offering more than references for further exploration of the topic, this reference details the bioactivity, biosynthetic pathways, mechanisms of action, and genetic regulation for improved methods of crop protection a Molecular Host Plant Resistance to Pests examines environmentally safe and integrated techniques for effective pest management.
Offering more than references for further exploration of the topic, this reference details the bioactivity, biosynthetic pathways, mechanisms of action, and genetic re Host Plant Resistance and Insect Pest Management in Chickpea Exploiting plants resistance against pests could be handier in controlling the pest which is compatible with other methods of pest The development of genetic resistance is a kingpin of Integrated Pest and Disease Management, by allowing plant resistance to a large range of pests and pathogens.
Genetic resistance has mainly been reported in Crop Wild Relatives and selected during plant ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Phytoalexins and chemicals that elicit their production in plants / N.T. Keen and B. Bruegger --Role of elicitors of phytoalexin accumulation in plant disease resistance / Barbara S. Valent and Peter Albersheim --Biochemical aspects of plant disease resistance and susceptibility Plant resistance to insects is a natural phenomenon based on plant self-defense mechanisms.
It results from insect-plant co-evolution and is crucial for their co-existence. During plant domestication, some important features of plant resistance may be inadvertantly removed by Book: Molecular host plant resistance to pests + pp.
Abstract: This book contains topics on the environmentally safe and integrated techniques for effective pest management and provides an intensive review of the secondary metabolites secondary metabolites Subject Category: Chemicals and Chemical Groups Molecular host plant resistance to pests.
[S Sadasivam, Dr.; B Thayumanavan] Print book: EnglishView and Environmental Perspective --Pesticides in Agriculture --Sustainable Agriculture and Pest Management --Role of Host Plant Resistance in Sustainable Agriculture --Integration of Host Plant Resistance with Biological Control This book presents a broad overview of host plant resistance to insect pests.
It shows how plants can defend themselves naturally and how insects have adapted to overcome these mechanisms through coevolution.
It also describes screening and breeding for insect › Books › Science & Math › Biological Sciences. Host plant resistance to insect pests in oilseed crops/Harvir Singh and H. Basappa. Insect resistance in pulse crops progress and perspectives/Ramesh Chauhan Bilochan Dahiya and Praduman Bhatnagar.
Perspectives of host plant resistance in vegetable crops/O.P. Lal Molecular Host Plant Resistance to Pests examines environmentally safe and integrated techniques for effective pest management. Offering more than references for further exploration of the topic, this reference details the bioactivity, biosynthetic pathways, mechanisms of action, and genetic regulation for improved methods of crop protection and analyzes host plant resistance mechanisms › Books › Science & Math › Biological Sciences.
Pests of rice in storage including insects, fungi and rodents are explained in Chaptger Provides a detailed coverage of the major control strategies including cultural control, plant resistance, biological control and chemical control and ://iappsme/tag/host-plant-resistance The book would prove useful to all those interested in developing durable insect resistant varieties and would also serve as an advanced text in host plant resistance to insects.
Host Plant Resistance to Insects: Concepts and Applications by G S Dhaliwal and Ram Singh: As New Hardbound () New | Vedams eBooks (P) Ltd. This approach utilizes a combination of host plant resistance and cultural, biological and chemical control methods.
Crop improvement programs emphasize the breeding of crop varieties with multiple resistance to pests, and resistant varieties developed in recent years represent some of the greatest achievements of modern ://This book contains 31 chapters covering aphids as crop pests, from recent advances in molecular science and chemical ecology to forecasting and insect pest management decision support systems.
It is a comprehensive reference volume on all aspects of the biology of aphids that are relevant to their pest status (including aphid taxonomy host plant. b. Induced Resistance Increase in resistance temporarily as a result of some changed conditions of plants or environment such as change in the amount of water or nutrient status of soil c.
Escape Absence of infestation or injury to host plant due to transitory process like incomplete infestation. This pertains to few individuals of