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3540630589
Author:
Isaac Ishaaya,Danny Degheele
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Biological Sciences
Language:
English
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Springer; 1998 edition (July 17, 1998)
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289 pages
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Insecticides with Novel Modes of Action: Mechanisms and Application – Ebook écrit par Isaac Ishaaya, Danny Degheele. It is with this background, demanding the need for safer, environmentally friendly pesticides and new strategies to reduce resistance problems, that this book was written. Emphasis has been given to insecticides with selective properties, such as insect growth regulators hormone mimics, ecdysone agonists), (chitin synthesis inhibitors, juvenile chloronicotinyl insecticides (imidacloprid, acetamiprid), botanical insecticides (neem, plant oils), pymetrozine, diafenthiuron, pyrrole insecticides, and others.

This book conveys a wealth of information on pesticide chemistry, biochemical modes of action, biological activity, and theory of pesticide application for management programs.

ISBN-13: 978-3642083143. This book conveys a wealth of information on pesticide chemistry, biochemical modes of action, biological activity, and theory of pesticide application for management programs. Emphasis is placed on novel biological insecticides which block certain stages in the development of pest insects. Special attention is given to insecticides with selective properties. Their role in integrated pest management programs and in insecticide resistance management strategies is discussed.

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1 16 Insecticides with Novel Modes of Action Mechanism and Resistance Management Murad Ghanim and Isaac Ishaaya Contents 1.  . 2 386 Tolerance to Environmental Contaminants This chapter aims to present an overview of novel groups of insecticides with selective properties, with emphasis on their modes of action, selectivity, and importance to serve as components in integrated pest management (IPM) programs.

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Insecticides with novel modes of action: Mechanism, selectivity and cross-resistance. Isaac Ishaaya, Avner Barazani, Svetlana Kontsedalov, Abraham Rami Horowitz. Efforts have been made during the past two decades to develop insecticides with selective properties that act specifically on biochemical sites present in particular insect groups, but whos. More).

Insecticides with Novel Modes of Action Mechanism and Resistance Management. whitefly B. tabaci populations were treated with three successive applications in rose greenhouses (Horowitz and Ishaaya 1994)

Insecticides with Novel Modes of Action Mechanism and Resistance Management. Murad Ghanim and Isaac Ishaaya. tabaci populations were treated with three successive applications in rose greenhouses (Horowitz and Ishaaya 1994). Resistance to pyriproxyfen in cotton was delayed because its use was limited to one treatment per season, but eventual resistance that brought about reached field failure was observed.

The future of insect control looked very bright in the 1950s and 1960s with new insecticides constantly coming onto the market. Today, however, whole classes of pesticide chemistry have fallen by the wayside due to misuse which generated resistance problems reaching crisis proportions, severe adverse effects on the environment, and public outcry that has led to increasingly stricter regulation and legislation. It is with this background, demanding the need for safer, environmentally friendly pesticides and new strategies to reduce resistance problems, that this book was written. The authors of the various chapters have a wealth of experience in pesticide chemistry, biochemical modes of action, mechanism of resistance and application, and have presented concise reviews. Each is actively involved in thedevelopment of new groups of pesticide chemistry which led to the development of novel insecticides with special impact in controlling agricultural pests. Emphasis has been given to insecticides with selective properties, such as insect growth regulators hormone mimics, ecdysone agonists), (chitin synthesis inhibitors, juvenile chloronicotinyl insecticides (imidacloprid, acetamiprid), botanical insecticides (neem, plant oils), pymetrozine, diafenthiuron, pyrrole insecticides, and others. The importance of these compounds, as components in integrated pest management programs and in insecticide resistance management strategies, is discussed. The data presented are essential in establishing new technologies and developing novel groups of compounds which will have impact on our future agricultural practices.