By Paul A. Hedin, Horace G. Cutler, Bruce D. Hammock, Julius J. Menn, Donald E. Moreland, and Jack R. Plimmer (Eds.)
Content material: Physiological foundation of phloem delivery of agrichemicals / Robert T. Giaquinta -- Interference by means of herbicides with photosynthetic electron move / Walter Oettmeier -- New ways to chemical regulate of plant pathogens / Nancy N. Ragsdale and Malcolm R. Siegel -- Elicitation of sickness resistance in crops by means of the expression of latent genetic details / Steven D. Salt and Joseph Kuć -- Use of subtoxic herbicide pretreatments to enhance crop tolerance to herbicides / G.R. Stephenson and G. Ezra -- rules of plant progress and improvement by means of endogenous hormones / Thomas C. Moore -- Plant bioregulators : evaluation, use, and improvement / Johannes Jung -- results of allelopathic chemical substances on crop productiveness / F.A. Einhellig -- Use of transition-state thought within the improvement of bioactive molecules / Yehia A.I. Abdel-Aal and Bruce D. Hammock -- position of mixed-function oxidases in insect development and improvement / C.F. Wilkinson -- Inhibition of replica in insect keep an eye on / Alexej B. Bořkovec -- effective insect antifeedants from the African medicinal plant Bersama abyssinica / Isao Kubo and Takeshi Matsumoto -- Cockroach regulate with juvenoids / Gerardus B. Staal, Clive A. Henrick, David L. provide, David W. Moss, Michael C. Johnston, Robin R. Rudolph, and William A. Donahue -- a few chemical ecological techniques to the keep watch over of stored-product bugs and mites / Izuru Yamamoto -- Phytochemical disruption of insect improvement and behaviour / William S. Bowers -- Proallatocidins / Francisco Camps -- Propionate and methyl malonate metabolism in bugs / Gary J. Blomquist, Premjit P. Halarnkar, and Lawrence A. Dwyer -- Suicidal destruction of cytochrome P-450 within the layout of inhibitors of insect juvenile hormone biosynthesis / René Feyereisen, Dan E. Farnsworth, Kathryn S. Prickett, and Paul R. Ortiz De Montellano -- cleansing enzyme relationships in arthropods of differing feeding suggestions / Christopher A. Mullin -- [Delta]-endotoxin of Bacillus thuringiensis var. israelensis : broad-spectrum toxicity and neural reaction elicited in mice and bugs / R. Michael Roe, Peter Y.K. Cheung, Bruce D. Hammock, Dan Buster, and A. Randall Alford -- Bioassay of anti juvenile hormone compounds : another procedure / Thomas C. Sparks, R. Michael Roe, Adrian Buehler, and Bruce D. Hammock -- functions of immunoassay to paraquat and different insecticides / J.M. Van Emon, J.N. Seiber, and B.D. Hammock -- position of normal product chemistry / J.R. Plimmer -- Do crops "psychomanipulate" bugs? / L.L. Murdock, G. Brookhart, R.S. Edgecomb, T.F. lengthy, and L. Sudlow -- Protein hydrolysate volatiles as insect attractants / Kent E. Matsumoto, Ron G. Buttery, Robert A. Flath, T. Richard Mon, and Roy Teranishi -- Beetles : pheromonal chemists par excellence / J.H. Tumlinson -- Sexual messages of moths : chemical issues are recognized and new study demanding situations come up / Jerome A. Klun -- Alkaloidal ant venoms : chemistry and organic actions / Murray S. Blum -- Use of ordinary items and their analogues for struggling with pests of agricultural and public well-being significance in Africa / D.L. Whitehead -- Insect antifeedant terpenoids in wild sunflower : a potential resource of resistance to the sunflower moth / Jonathan Gershenzon, Marycarol Rossiter, Tom J. Mabry, Charlie E. Rogers, Michael H. Blust, and Theodore L. Hopkins -- Insect feeding deterrents from semiarid and arid land vegetation / Eloy Rodriguez -- Secondary metabolites from crops and their allelochemic results / Horace G. Cutler -- Insect antifeedants from the Peruvian plant Alchornea triplinervia / D. Howard Miles, Barbara L. Hankinson, and Shirley A. Randle -- Biotechnology in crop development / John T. wonder -- Why are eco-friendly caterpillars eco-friendly? / John ok. Kawooya, Pamela S. Keim, John H. legislation, Clark T. Riley, Robert O. Ryan, and Jeffrey P. Shapiro
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H o r m o n a l b a l a n c e s , i o n f l u x e s , c o n s t i t u t i v e secondary m e t a b o l i s m , or r e s p i r a t o r y r a t e s , as to render them u n f i t o r h o s t i l e e n v i r o n m e n t s f o r p a t h o g e n d e v e l o p m e n t , i . e . , t o make them n o n - h o s t s . T h i s c o u l d be a c c o m p l i s h e d , f o r e x a m p l e , by the use o f growth r e g u l a t o r s or b r e e d i n g . T h i s approach may not p r o v e g e n e r a l l y p r a c t i c a b l e , however, because crop p l a n t s , o v e r the ages, have been s e l e c t e d p r e c i s e l y f o r t h o s e p h y s i o l o g i c a l c h a r a c t e r i s t i c s w h i c h make them more agronomica1 l y d e s i r a b l e than f r e q u e n t l y hardier w i l d r e l a t i v e s .
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Bioregulators for Pest Control by Paul A. Hedin, Horace G. Cutler, Bruce D. Hammock, Julius J. Menn, Donald E. Moreland, and Jack R. Plimmer (Eds.)