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Microbial control of insects is the concerted use of insect-specific pathogens and nematodes for the biological control of insects. Microbial pesticides have a number of advantages over conventional chemical pesticides. Although the advantages of microbial pesticides are numerous, some of their characteristics are regarded as disadvantages. Advantages and Disadvantages of Entomopathogens for Insect Control. Burges HD (ed) (1981) Microbial control of pests and plant diseases 1970–1980
In Microbial Control of Insects and Mites ( H. D. Burges and N. W. Hussey, ed., pp. 327–355. Academic Press, New York.
In Microbial Control of Insects and Mites ( H. Mikrosporidien bei Pieris brassicae . ihren Parasiten und Hyperparasiten schmarotzenden Mikrosporidien.
Bibliographic Details. Title: Microbial Control of Insects and Mites. Publisher: Academic Press, NY. Publication Date: 1971. Illustrator: B/W photos, graphs and tables. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Online sellers of rare, out-of-print and used books, prints, maps and ephemera. Visit Seller's Storefront.
entomology, insect pathology, and microbial control of economically and medically important insects.
Lacey earned his PhD in 1978 and has been internationally active working in medical entomology, insect pathology, and microbial control of economically and medically important insects.
New Biological Books. Microbial Control of Insects and Mites. H. Burges, N. Hussey. J. Paschke, "Microbial Control of Insects and Mites.
Progress in the Microbial Control of Pests 197080.
Progress in the microbial control of pests, 1970-80; Identification: Identification of bacteria found in insects; Identification of H-serotypes of Bacillus thuringiensis; Identification of the Bacillus popilliae group of insect pathogens; Identification of insect and mites viruses; Identification of the entomopathogenic deuteromycetes; Identification of the entomophthorales; Identification of coelomomyces, saprolegniales and lagenidiales; Identification of microsporidia; Bateria: Advances in the use of Bacillus. Progress in the Microbial Control of Pests 197080.
Microbial control includes all aspects of the utilization of microorganisms or their by-products in the control . the dynamics and natural regulation of insect and mite populations.
Microbial control includes all aspects of the utilization of microorganisms or their by-products in the control of pest species. Applied to insect populations, many of the principles governing the role of insect parasites and predators to control insects also apply to entomogenous microorganisms. Their effect is most evident in epizootics of disease which occur at intervals and under some circumstances may decimate the host populations. Less obvious is the effect of insect pathogens in the enzootic stage or those which cause chronic or low grade infections.
This comprehensive and enduring resource on entomopathogens and microbial control additionally functions as a supplementary text to courses in insect pathology, biological control, and integrated pest management. It gives regulators and producers up-to-date information to support their efforts to facilitate and adopt this sustainable method of pest management.