2 edition of Biorational Pest Control Agents found in the catalog.
Biorational Pest Control Agents
May 5, 1995
by An American Chemical Society Publication
Written in English
|Contributions||Franklin R. Hall (Editor), John W. Barry (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
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Biorational Pest Control – An Overview based on the different chapters of this book, which deals with biorational approaches. for biorational control agents using advanced biological.
An overview of biorational pest control agents / Franklin R. Hall and John W. Barry --Registration of biologicals: how product formulations affect data requirements / Michael L.
Mendelsohn, Thomas C. Ellwanger, Robert I. Rose, John L. Kough, and Phillip O. Hutton --A generic approach to minimizing impact on nontarget species in Canada / R.E.
Pesticides vary in their toxicity and in their potential ecological impact. Pest control materials that are relatively non-toxic to people with few environmental side effects are sometimes called “biorational” pesticides. These fit well into an integrated pest management strategy, which relies on monitoring for early detection of pests and emphasizes the use of selective products that.
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Hall. Furthermore, physical control techniques can serve as important tools to protect our crops from arthropod pests. Finally, countermeasures for resistance to biorational control agents using advanced biological and biochemical approaches are also discussed.
The term biorational encompasses a wide range of product types with the general traits of being relatively non-toxic with minimal side effects to the ecology. This includes pesticides, fungicides and herbicides. While there is no official definition of biorational pesticides, they are understood to include biological pesticides, specific minerals, botanical extracts and soaps.
Furthermore, physical control techniques can serve as important tools to protect our crops from arthropod pests. Finally, countermeasures for resistance to biorational control agents using advanced biological and biochemical approaches are also caskel.com: Isaac Ishaaya.
Biorational Pest Control – An Overview 5 BookID _ChapID 1_Proof# 1 - 13/08/ Definitions vary greatly, but others suggest that biorational agents should have. This book is based on papers presented at a symposium at the th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society held in San Diego, California, on March, A overview of biorational pest control agents is followed by 20 papers, by various authors, on: how product formulations affect data requirements in registration of biologicals; a generic approach to minimizing impact on.
Get this from a library. Biorational control of arthropod pests: application and resistance management. [I Ishaaya; A Rami Horowitz;] -- This book deals with various approaches for arthropod pest control. One approach is based on disrupting the activity of specific biochemical sites such as neuropeptides, ecdysone and juvenile.
Jul 28, · Abstract. Fifty years ago, Stern et al. () introduced the concept of “Integrated Control” during a time when insect pest control was mostly based on broad-spectrum, conventional insecticides such as organochlorines, organophosphates (OPs), and carbamates, all caskel.com by: These factors provide the basis for the Agency's expectation that many classes of biorational pest control agents pose a lower potential hazard than conventional pesticides and support the approach to testing discussed in the following paragraphs.
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Among the. 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 caskel.com can be an important component of integrated pest management (IPM) programs.
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Pest control materials that are relatively non-toxic with ecological side-effects are called as biorational pesticides. Changes in farming technologies, consumer demand for organic fruits & root vegetable, rise in government initiatives for the adoption of ecofriendly pesticides drive the biorational pesticides market/5(38).Targeting female reproduction in insects with biorational insecticides for pest management: a critical review with suggestions for future research more environmentally friendly pest control agents as IGRs.
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