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by Niranjan Panda

Author: Niranjan Panda
Subcategory: Science & Mathematics
Language: English
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Pub Inc (October 1, 1980)
Pages: 386 pages
Category: Other
Rating: 4.1
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This book presents a broad overview of host plant resistance to insect pests. It shows how plants can defend themselves naturally and how insects have adapted to overcome these mechanisms through coevolution. It also describes screening and breeding for insect resistance. Format Paperback 448 pages.

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5 Host Plant Resistance . Introduction . Objectives and Strategies .  . Genetics of Virulence and Resistance. The aim of this book is to provide an overview of insect pest management, high-lighting the major problem areas and con-. The book includes descriptions and explanations of the different control measures and their use, categorized as insecticides, host plant resistance, biologi-cal control, cultural control and interfer-ence methods, and quarantine legislation.

Exploiting plants resistance against pests could be handier in controlling the pest which is compatible with other . This study was aimed to screen different okra varieties against sucking insect pest complex such as thrip, jassid, aphid, whitefly and mealybug

Exploiting plants resistance against pests could be handier in controlling the pest which is compatible with other methods of pest management. Hence the present study was undertaken to morphologically characterize various chickpea genotypes for the pest management. This study was aimed to screen different okra varieties against sucking insect pest complex such as thrip, jassid, aphid, whitefly and mealybug. The varieties such as Rama Krishna, Silky-460 and Bharat Kawairi were cultivated in RCBD layout and each treatment was replicated five times.

Principles of Host Plant Resistance to Insect Pests

Principles of Host Plant Resistance to Insect Pests. Host plant resistance is considered to be the key to integrated pest management as this approach is environment friendly provides cumulative protection against insect pests and is often compatible with other pest management tactics. During the last two decades spectacular progress has been achieved in development of insect resistant varieties to major insect pests of agricultural crops. The book would prove useful to all those interested in developing durable insect resistant varieties and would also serve as an advanced text in host plant resistance to insects.

Principles of Host Plant Resistance to Insect Pests. 3. Panda, N. and Khush, . 1995, Host Plant resistance to Insects. Molecular Host Plant Resistance to Pests. Marcel Dekker Inc. New York. IRRI, Biddles Ltd. Guildford, UK. 4. Pedigo, . Entomology and Pests Management, 5 th Ed. Prentice Hall, Inc, London 5. Sadasivam, S. and Thayumanavan, B. 2003. 25. ENT-605 INSECTICIDES AND THEIR APPLICATION 4(3+1) OBJECTIVES: To provide concept of toxicity and insecticide formulations, mode of action, residues of insecticides and various types of spray equipments.

Host plant resistance (HPR) to insects is an effective, economical, and environment friendly method of pest control. The most attractive feature of HPR is that farmers virtually do not need any skill in application techniques, and there is no cash investment by the resource poor farmers. Considerable progress has been made in identification and development of crop cultivars with resistance to the major pests in different crops. There is a need to transfer resistance genes into high-yielding cultivars with adaptation to different agro-ecosystems

Host plant resistance to insects. Niranjan Panda, G. A. Khush.

Host plant resistance to insects. Crop plant and insect diversity secondary plant metabolites for insect resistance insect-plant interactions host plant selection mechanisms of resistance factors affecting expression of resistanc. More). Protease inhibition and absorption enhancement by functional nanoparticles for effective oral insulin delivery.