“Insecticides: Advances in Integrated Pest Management” Farzana Perveen
InTeOpP | 2011 | ISBN: 9533077802 9789533077802 | 719 pages | PDF | 40 MB


The subject matter in this book should attract the reader’s concern to support rational decisions regarding the use of pesticides.

Section A covers integrated pest management, alternative insect control strategies, ecological impact of insecticides as well as pesticides and drugs of forensic interest. 
Section B is dedicated to chemical control and health risks, applications for insecticides, metabolism of pesticides by human cytochrome p450, etc. 
Section C provides biochemical analyses of action of chlorfluazuron, pest control effects on seed yield, chemical ecology, quality control, development of ideal insecticide, insecticide resistance, etc. 
Section D reviews current analytical methods, electroanalysis of insecticides, insecticide activity and secondary metabolites. 
Section E provides data contributing to better understanding of biological control through Bacillus sphaericus and B. thuringiensis, entomopathogenic nematodes insecticides, vector-borne disease, etc. 

Part 1 Integrated Methods for Pest Control
1 Integrated Pest Management and Spatial Structure
2 Ecosmart Biorational Insecticides: Alternative Insect Control Strategies
3 Ecological Impacts of Insecticides
4 Insecticides as Strategic Weapons for Malaria Vector Control
5 Insecticides and Parasitoids
Part 2 Health Risks Associated to Insecticides
6 Health and Insecticides
7 The Influence of Synthetic Pyrethroids on Memory Processes, Movement Activity and Co-Ordination in Mice
8 Metabolism of Pesticides by Human Cytochrome P450 Enzymes In Vitro – A Survey
9 Insect Management with Aerosols in Food-Processing Facilities
10 The Sophisticated Peptide Chemistry of Venomous Animals as a Source of Novel Insecticides Acting on Voltage-Gated Sodium Channels
11 Pyrethroid Insecticides: Use, Environmental Fate, and Ecotoxicology
12 Hepatic Effects from Subacute Exposure to Insecticides in Adult Male Wistar Rats
Part 3 Analyses of Insecticides Action
13 Biochemical Analyses of Action of Chlorfluazuron as Reproductive Inhibitor in Spodoptera litura
14 Insecticide Treatment and Physiological Quality of Seeds
15 The Effect of Insecticides on Pest Control and Productivity of Winter and Spring Oilseed Rape (Brassica napus L.)
16 Secondary Metabolism as a Measurement of Efficacy of Botanical Extracts: The Use of Azadirachta indica (Neem) as a Model
17 Comparative Results of Action of Natural and Synthetic Acaricides in Reproductive and Salivar Systems of Rhipicephalus sanguineus – Searching by a Sustainable Ticks Control
18 Neem Tree (Azadirachta indica A. Juss) as Source of Bioinsectides
19 Reproductive and Developmental Toxicity of Insecticides
20 Pyrethroid Resistance in Insects: Genes, Mechanisms, and Regulation
21 Insecticide Resistance
Part 4 Analytical Methods Used
22 Review on Current Analytical Methods with Chromatographic and Nonchromatographic Techniques for New Generation Insecticide Neonicotinoids
23 IPM Program to Control Coffee Berry Borer Hypothenemus hampei, with Emphasis on Highly Pathogenic Mixed Strains of Beauveria bassiana, to Overcome Insecticide Resistance in Colombia
24 Electroanalysis of Insecticides at Carbon Paste Electrodes with Particular Emphasis on Selected Neon icotino id Derivatives
25 Insecticide Activity of Lectins and Secondary Metabolites
Part 5 Advances in Pest Control
26 Mosquito Control Aerosols’ Efficacy Based on Pyrethroids Constituents
27 Bacillus sphaericus and Bacillus thuringiensis to Insect Control: Process Development of Small Scale Production to Pilot-Plant-Fermenters
28 Entomopathogenic Nematodes (Nematoda: Rhabditida) in Slovenia: From Tabula Rasa to Implementation into Crop Production Systems
29 New Mosquito Control Techniques as Countermeasures Against Insecticide Resistance
30 Insecticides for Vector-Borne Diseases: Current Use, Benefits, Hazard and Resistance


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