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Their natural enemies largely determine the population size and dynamic behavior of many plant-eating insects. Any reduction in enemy number can result in an insect outbreak. Applied biological control is thus one strategy for restoring functional biodiversity in many agroecosystems. Predators and Parasitoids addresses the role of natural enemies in pest control as an integrated pest management concept. It examines how Trichogramma, the extensively studied natural enemy of insect pests, has been used as a pest management tool, and it describes important aspects such as the inducible defense mechanisms of plants and the effects that plant diversity can have on herbivores and natural enemies. Specific chapters address recent advances in biological control: the effects of multiparasitism on parasitization synergism between insect pathogens and entomophagous insects and the use of exotic insects for weed control. With contributions from leading worldwide experts, Predators and Parasitoids is ideal for graduate students, research scientists and professionals in biological pest control, agriculture, entomology and ecology. Predators and Parasitoids: Their natural enemies largely determine the population size and dynamic behavior of many plant-eating insects. Any reduction in enemy number can result in an insect outbreak. Applied biological control is thus one strategy for restoring functional biodiversity in many agroecosystems. Predators and Parasitoids addresses the role of natural enemies in pest control as an integrated pest management concept. It examines how Trichogramma, the extensively studied natural enemy of insect pests, has been used as a pest management tool, and it describes important aspects such as the inducible defense mechanisms of plants and the effects that plant diversity can have on herbivores and natural enemies. Specific chapters address recent advances in biological control: the effects of multiparasitism on parasitization synergism between insect pathogens and entomophagous insects and the use of exotic insects for weed control. With contributions from leading worldwide experts, Predators and Parasitoids is ideal for graduate students, research scientists and professionals in biological pest control, agriculture, entomology and ecology., CRC Press

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Their natural enemies largely determine the population size and dynamic behavior of many plant-eating insects. Any reduction in enemy number can result in an insect outbreak. Applied biological control is thus one strategy for restoring functional biodiversity in many agroecosystems. Predators and Parasitoids addresses the role of natural enemies in pest control as an integrated pest management concept. It examines how Trichogramma, the extensively studied natural enemy of insect pests, has Their natural enemies largely determine the population size and dynamic behavior of many plant-eating insects. Any reduction in enemy number can result in an insect outbreak. Applied biological control is thus one strategy for restoring functional biodiversity in many agroecosystems. Predators and Parasitoids addresses the role of natural enemies in pest control as an integrated pest management concept. It examines how Trichogramma, the extensively studied natural enemy of insect pests, has been used as a pest management tool, and it describes important aspects such as the inducible defense mechanisms of plants and the effects that plant diversity can have on herbivores and natural enemies. Specific chapters address recent advances in biological control: the effects of multiparasitism on parasitization; synergism between insect pathogens and entomophagous insects; and the use of exotic insects for weed control. With contributions from leading worldwide experts, Predators and Parasitoids is ideal for graduate students, research scientists and professionals in biological pest control, agriculture, entomology and ecology. EBooks, Books~~Science~~Life Sciences~~Zoology ~~ Entomology, Predators-and-Parasitoids~~Dhaliwal-Koul, 999999999, Predators and Parasitoids, Opender Koul (Editor), G.S. Dhaliwal (Editor), 0203302567, CRC Press, , , , , CRC Press

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Their natural enemies largely determine the population size and dynamic behavior of many plant-eating insects. Any reduction in enemy number can result in an insect outbreak. Applied biological control is thus one strategy for restoring functional biodiversity in many agroecosystems. Predators and Parasitoids addresses the role of natural enemies in pest control as an integrated pest management Their natural enemies largely determine the population size and dynamic behavior of many plant-eating insects. Any reduction in enemy number can result in an insect outbreak. Applied biological control is thus one strategy for restoring functional biodiversity in many agroecosystems. Predators and Parasitoids addresses the role of natural enemies in pest control as an integrated pest management concept. It examines how Trichogramma, the extensively studied natural enemy of insect pests, has been used as a pest management tool, and it describes important aspects such as the inducible defense mechanisms of plants and the effects that plant diversity can have on herbivores and natural enemies. Specific chapters address recent advances in biological control: the effects of multiparasitism on parasitization; synergism between insect pathogens and entomophagous insects; and the USE of exotic insects for weed control. With contributions from leading worldwide experts, Predators and Parasitoids is ideal for graduate students, research scientists and professionals in biological pest control, agriculture, entomology and ecology. eBooks, Technology, Engineering, Agriculture~~Agriculture & Farming~~Pest Control, Predators And Parasitoids~~EBook~~9780203302569~~Opender Koul, G.S. Dhaliwal, , Predators And Parasitoids, , 9780203302569, Crc Press, 03/13/2003, , , , Crc Press

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Their natural enemies largely determine the population size and behavior of many plant-eating insects. Any reduction in enemy number can result in an insect outbreak. Applied biological control is one way to restore biodiversity in many agroecosystems. Predators and Parasitoids addresses the role of natural enemies in pest control. It examines how Trichogramma, the natural enemy of insect pests, has been used as a pest management tool, and it describes plants' defense mechanisms and the effect o Their natural enemies largely determine the population size and behavior of many plant-eating insects. Any reduction in enemy number can result in an insect outbreak. Applied biological control is one way to restore biodiversity in many agroecosystems. Predators and Parasitoids addresses the role of natural enemies in pest control. It examines how Trichogramma, the natural enemy of insect pests, has been used as a pest management tool, and it describes plants' defense mechanisms and the effect of plant diversity on herbivores and natural enemies. This volume is ideal for graduate students, research scientists and professionals in biological pest control, agriculture, entomology and ecology. Agriculture & Animal Husbandry, Technology, Predators and Parasitoids~~ Koul, Opender~~Agriculture & Animal Husbandry~~Technology~~9780203302569, en, Predators and Parasitoids, Koul, Opender, 9780203302569, CRC Press, 05/01/2003, , , , CRC Press, 05/01/2003

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