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Insect pheromones and other behaviour-modifying chemicals: applications and regulation

Insect pheromones and other behaviour-modifying chemicals: applications and regulation

proceedings of a special Symposium held at the Brighton Crop Protection Conference--Pests & Diseases 1990, 19th November, 1990

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Published by British Crop Protection Council in Farnham, Surrey .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Insect pests -- Control.,
  • Pheromones.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[edited by R.L. Ridgway, May Inscoe and H. Arn].
    SeriesBCPC monograph -- no. 51, Monograph (British Crop Protection Council) -- no. 51.
    ContributionsBritish Crop Protection Council., Brighton Crop Protection Conference--Pests and Diseases. (1990)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL495 .I4957 1992
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 135 p. :
    Number of Pages135
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21224611M
    ISBN 100948404620

    Other pheromones are used to raise an alarm or to signal a food trail. There are also pheromones that are used to delineate territory. (Ref. 2) For example, the pheromones in the dog urine will mark the dog’s territory. Thus, pheromones are a means for organisms to communicate. In fact, most insects use pheromones to communicate with each. Chemicals and other products used to kill, repel, or control pests. Natural insect enemies are most susceptible to insecticides and are severely affected. This can result in even more pest problems since they help regulate pest numbers. Pheromone Traps: Pheromones are chemicals that insects use to communicate. Use female sex pheromones.

    PART II: BIOPESTICIDE REGULATIONS AND CATEGORIES 12 F. Overview 12 • Environmental Protection Agency regulations 12 • Expedited EPA Registration and Review 13 • Beyond Regulation: Ecolabels and other Standards 13 G. Biopesticide Categories 15 • Biochemical Pesticides 15 1: Insect Pheromones 16 2: Plant Extracts and Oils Monthly applications would provide immediate control of flying insects and helped prevent migration of exposed crawling insects; increased frequencies were common, if conditions warranted. Initially used for outdoor applications, thermal fogging (e.g., Swingfog, Dyna-Fog) was introduced to the food processing industry in the late s.

    This book provides a complete overview of cutting-edge research on insect sex pheromones and pheromone communication systems. The coverage ranges from the chemistry, biosynthesis, and reception of sex pheromones to the control of odor-source searching behavior, and from molecules to the application of research findings to robotics. BACKGROUND:The aphid alarm pheromone,(E)-β-farnesene (EβF), is a natural product secreted from the aphid cornicle as a signal to warn companions of danger. Odorant binding proteins (OBPs) are the vitaltargetsin insect signal transduction pathways.


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Insect pheromones and other behaviour-modifying chemicals: applications and regulation Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book which contains 39 papers by 57 contributors based on an international symposium, deals with the applications of pheromones and other attractants for insect monitoring and control.

The book begins with a section containing reviews on the principles involved in using behaviour-modifying chemicals, their chemistry and the delivery systems used for their application. Behavior-Modifying Chemicals for Insect Management: Applications of Pheromones and Other Attractants 1st Edition by Ridgway (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.

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The digit and digit formats Cited by: Insect pheromones are essential components of monitoring and management tools targeting pests of agricultural crops. Mating disruption, mass trapping, attract-and-kill, and push-pull are some of the direct pest control strategies that depend on the use of pheromones.

Insects produce volatile compounds which are excreted into the environment and can act as chemical messengers between conspecifics. These compounds are called pheromones and they convey, among other things, information about sexual readiness from female individuals to their male partners, in which case they are called sex by: 3.

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Insects produce volatile compounds which are excreted into the environment and can act as chemical messengers between conspecifics. These compounds are called pheromones. A pheromone (from Ancient Greek φέρω phero "to bear" and hormone) is a secreted or excreted chemical factor that triggers a social response in members of the same ones are chemicals capable of acting like hormones outside the body of the secreting individual, to impact the behavior of the receiving individuals.

There are alarm pheromones, food trail pheromones, sex pheromones. fying chemicals for insect management: applications of pheromones and other attractants, Ridgway RL, Silverstein RM, Inscoe MN (eds.), pp. Marcel Dekker, New York. This book is a technocommercial review of the use of pheromones in the control of agricultural insect pests.

The book addresses the current scientific background to the subject, practical experience in the field at a scientific and commercial level, the chemical manufacture of pheromones and the socioeconomic and commercial factors in the introduction of such novel systems.

In Insect Pheromones and Other Behavior-Modifying Chemicals: Applications and Regulation. Proceedings of a Symposium held at the Brighton Crop Protection Conference — Pests and Diseases, 19th November, (eds R.L. Ridgway, M.

Inscoe and. Other pheromones include aggregation pheromone, which are produced by males and attract both sexes of conspecific individuals. The sex pheromone of moths is the most studied and widely used in insect pest management than other pheromones.

One-day-old female moth emits the sex pheromone usually at a rate of a few tens of picogram per second at. In: Insect Pheromones and Other Behaviour-Modifying Chemicals: Application and Regulation, R. Ridgway, M. Inscoe and H. Arn (eds), BCPC Monograph No. 51, pp. List of Subjects in 40 CFR Part Environmental protection, Administrative practice and procedure, Agricultural commodities, Pesticides and pests, Reporting and recordkeeping.

István Ujváry, in Hayes' Handbook of Pesticide Toxicology (Third Edition), (e) Biological Properties Mode of action. Insect pheromones are not true “insecticides” because they do not kill insects.

They influence insect behavior through the olfactory system. In spite of decades of intensive electrophysiological and molecular biology studies, our understanding of the molecular. pest management, and reduced risk pesticides, such as pheromones in solid matrix dispensers, are fundamental elements of an overall program to reduce risks to humans and the environment.

Insect species utilize certain volatile compounds, semiochemicals, and pheromones, to communicate with each other (e.g., to locate. Since the identification of insect pheromones in the late s, attention has often focused on the use of these potent behaviour-modifying chemicals as pest control agents.

Much of this interest has concentrated on Lepidoptera, particularly moths. In addressing this topic in other insect orders, this multi-author book fills this current gap in the literature.

Chemicals and Drugs Pheromones Receptors, Pheromone Sex Attractants Pheromones, Human Receptors, Mating Factor Alkadienes Receptors, Odorant Fatty Alcohols Fungal Proteins Hydrocarbons Peptides Ketones Insect Proteins GTP-Binding Protein alpha Subunits Heterotrimeric GTP-Binding Proteins Receptors.

In: Insect Pheromones and Other Behaviour-Modifying Chemicals: Applications and Regulation. Special Symp On Insect Pheromones and Other Behaviour-Modifying Chemicals - Applications and Regulation, At the Brighton Crop Protection Conf: Pests and.

Regulation (CDPR). – CDPR maintains direct oversight of pesticide registration and use-reporting, usually working through local County Agricultural Commissioners. – California and all other states can and do further regulate the sale, use, and possession of pesticides via a state process that mirrors the federal process.

Introduction, slide 8/8. The book examines the structure, anatomy, electrophysiology, and molecular biology of pheromones. It discusses how chemical signals work on different mammalian and non-mammalian species and includes chapters on insects, Drosophila, honey bees, amphibians, mice, tigers, and cattle.

It also explores the controversial topic of human pheromones. Insect pests cause significant global agricultural damage and lead to major financial and environmental costs. Crops contain intrinsic defenses to protect themselves from such pests, including a wide array of specialized secondary metabolite-based defense chemicals.

These chemicals can be induced upon attack (phytoalexins) or are constitutive (phytoanticipins), and can have a direct impact on. Although interest in snakes’ chemical cues and their respective behaviors has increased in recent decades [], many groups remain understudied and dearth of information about the chemical ecology and reproductive behavior of many species and still research on chemical signals in animals has centered mainly on insects [].There are, however, many studies on other reptiles such as lizards (e.g.In retrospect, this codification has been questioned even in insects by some entomologists, who point out, among other things, that multiple chemicals, rather than single chemicals, which served as exemplars for insect pheromones (Karlson & Butenandt ) are the norm for eliciting most insect behavioral and reproductive processes (Holldobler.Mayer MS, McLaughlin JR () Insect pheromones and sex attractants.

CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. pp. Salgado VL () The modes of action of spinosad and other insect control products. Down to Earth 52(2) Dow AgroSciences, Midland, MI.

Thomson WT () Agricultural Chemicals, Book .