From Insect Pheromones to Mating Disruption
Theory and Practice
Lucchi, Andrea (editor)
Benelli, Giovanni (editor)
The present book, a reprint of the successful Insects Special Issue "From Insect Pheromones to Mating Disruption: Theory and Practice", includes laboratory and field studies dealing with insect pheromones, as well as on mating disruption efficacy against insect species of economic importance, with special reference to the development and optimization of mating disruption approaches, their mechanisms of action, and possible non-target effects.
Keywordssex pheromone; biological control; flight tunnel; Integrated Pest Management; mealybug monitoring; mating disruption; cotton bollworm; processing tomato; geostatistics; Grapholita funebrana; Tortricidae; sex pheromones; integrated pest management; pheromone; Lyctus africanus; powderpost beetle; age; mating; navel orangeworm; Amyelois transitella; almond; citrophilous mealybug; IPM; semiochemicals; sustainable pest control; chemical ecology; grapevine; olfactory cues; cuticular hydrocarbons; host-marking pheromone; true fruit flies; olfaction; odours; biosynthesis; pheromone perception; resistance; review; field trials; moth phenology; vineyards; apple orchards; blueberry orchards; SPLAT wax matrix; remaining pheromone in point sources; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022
Research & information: general
Biology, life sciences
Zoology & animal sciences