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by Carrol O. Calkins,Waldemar Klassen,Pablo Liedo

ePub Fruit Flies and the Sterile Insect Technique download
Author:
Carrol O. Calkins,Waldemar Klassen,Pablo Liedo
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978-0849348549
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CRC Press; 1 edition (May 31, 1994)
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Overview of the Joint FAO/IAEA Division’s involvement in fruit fly sterile insect technique programs (eds) Fruit flies and the sterile insect technique. Most effective programs release only males to avoid any crop damage caused by female fruit flies or transmission of disease by female mosquitoes. Therefore, the females have to be eliminated,. preferably in an early developmental stage, during mass rearing.

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Overview of the Joint FAO/IAEA Division's involvement in fruit fly sterile insect technique programs. Calkins, W. Klassen, and P. Liedo (ed., Fruit flies and the sterile insect technique. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida. 272 p. oogle Scholar. Sterile insect technique for suppressing and eradicating insect population: 55 years and counting. Journal of Agricultural Entomology 15: 303-317.

The sterile insect technique (SIT) is a form of birth control imposed on a population of an insect pest to reduce its numbers. In: Calkins CO, Klassen W, Liedo P (eds) Fruit flies and the sterile insect technique. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, pp 3–26Google Scholar. Krafsur ES (1998) Sterile insect technique for suppressing and eradicating insect population: 55 years and counting. J Agric Entomol 15:303–317Google Scholar. LaChance LE, North DT, Klassen W (1968) Cytogenetic and cellular basis of chemically induced sterility in insects.

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Florida Entomologist 85: 666–673. org/bioone/?request get-document&issn 0015-4040&volume 085&issue 04&page 0666Google Scholar. In C. Generalitat Valenciana.

269 C. Calkins and A. G. Parker. Future development of the sterile insect technique. Sterile Insect Supply, Emergence, and Release. Environment and the Sterile Insect Technique. 499 P. Nagel and R. Peveling. Consequently, there is no longer a need to spray these urban areas with malathion insecticide to suppress pest outbreaks.

3 Insect Pest Control Newsletters. 4 Tephritid Workers of Europe Africa and the Middle East Newsletters. Klassen, . Liedo, . ed. (1994). Fruit Flies and the Sterile Insect Technique. 5 Tephritid Workers of Asia Australia and Oceania Newsletters.

This book examines the latest developments in the Sterile Insect Technique (SIT) specifically designed for use against and management of fruit flies. The use of SIT is forecast to increase over the next decade. Several factors have influenced this, including economic considerations, the effective use of SIT under difficult situations and new technology.

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This book is a continuation of the development of the Sterile Insect Technique (SIT) specifically designed for use against, and management of, fruit flies. Several factors indicate an increased use of the SIT against fruit flies within the next decade. Be the first to ask a question about Fruit Flies And The Sterile Insect Technique. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

The sterile insect technique uses males that have been mass-reared in a controlled environment. The insects, once released in the field, must compete to mate. However, the mass-rearing condition. However, the mass-rearing conditio. More). 59-5: Interaction of HIV-1 with human neurons.

This book is a continuation of the development of the Sterile Insect Technique (SIT) specifically designed for use against, and management of, fruit flies. Several factors indicate an increased use of the SIT against fruit flies within the next decade.