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Chemical Ecology of Insects

Applications and Associations with Plants and Microbes

Jun Tabata (National Institute for Agro-Environmental Sciences, Tsukuba, Japan)



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Productivity Press
24 January 2018
Insects have evolved very unique and interesting tactics using chemical signals to survive. Chemical ecology illustrates the working of the biological network by means of chemical analyses. Recent advances in analytical technology have opened the way to a better understanding of the more complicated and abyssal interactions of insects with other organisms including plants and microbes. This book covers recent research on insects and chemical communications and presents the current status about challenges faced by chemical ecologists for the management of pests in agriculture and human health.
Edited by:   Jun Tabata (National Institute for Agro-Environmental Sciences Tsukuba Japan)
Imprint:   Productivity Press
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 234mm,  Width: 156mm, 
Weight:   617g
ISBN:   9781498769402
ISBN 10:   1498769403
Pages:   296
Publication Date:   24 January 2018
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Professional and scholarly ,  Primary ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Plant Secondary Metabolites in Host Selection of Butterfly Hisashi Omura Function of the Lepidopteran Larval Midgut in Plant Defense Mechanisms Naoko Yoshinaga and Naoki Mori Chemically-mediated Interactions between Cucurbits, Insects, and Microbes Lori R. Shapiro and Kerry E. Mauck Chemoecology and Behavior of Parasitic Nematode-Host Interactions: Implications for Management Denis S. Willett, Xavier Martini and Lukasz L. Stelinski Microbial Endosymbionts and Chemical Ecology Daisuke Kageyama Chemical Ecology of Yeasts Associated with Insects Jun Tabata and Hiroko K. Kitamoto APPLICATIONS OF INSECT CHEMICAL ECOLOGY TO AGRICULTURE, ENVIRONMENT CONSERVATION, AND PUBLIC HEALTH Application of Trail Pheromones to Management of Pest Ants Eiriki Sunamura Female Sex Pheromones and Mating Behavior in Diurnal Moths: Implications for Conservation Biology Hideshi Naka Mating Disruption: Concepts and Keys for Effective Application Jun Tabata Applied Chemical Ecology to Enhance Insect Parasitoid Efficacy in the Biological Control of Crop Pests Ezio Peri, Rihem Moujahed, Eric Wajnberg and Stefano Colazza Challenges in Chemical Ecology for the Management of Vector-borne Diseases of Humans and Livestock Jun Tabata

Jun Tabata works as a Senior Researcher in the Biodiversity Division of the National Institute for Agro-Environmental Sciences.

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