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A book of national and international importance, Fruit Fly Pests is an exhaustive compendium of information (with data provided by more than 100 contributors) that will appeal to a wide variety of readers. With huge losses experienced annually from fruit fly devastation, information on these high-profile insects is important to commercial fruit and vegetable growers, marketing exporters, government regulatory agencies, and the scientific community. Fruit flies impose a considerable resource tax, and the ones who suffer range from shippers to end users. The demand for world-wide plant protection requires up-to-date research information. This book meets that need.
This book contains the proceedings from the most recent International Symposium on Fruit Flies of Economic Importance. Here you will find the major presentations given at the symposium, with an added feature - overviews from experts on topics not covered directly by participants in the symposium, filling in gaps in the current literature. The resulting publication is the most up-to-date and readable text to be found anywhere on the subject of tephritids.


Gary J. Steck Division of Plant Industry, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Gainesville FL 32614-7100, USA Bruce A. McPheron Department of Entomology, Pennsylvania State University, University Park PA 16802, USA,


PLENARY SESSION, Jorge Hendrichs Opening Address, Richard Gaskalla Welcoming Remarks, Robert M. Faust Welcoming Remarks, Linda Partridge Keynote Address: Message from a Non-Pest Fruit Fly, PART I. BEHAVIOR, Overview of Research on the Behavior of Fruit Flies, Behaviors of California Fruit Flies and the Evolution of Tephritid Mating Systems, Acoustical Comparisons of Calling Songs from Anastrepha Species in Brazil, Comparative Mating Systems of Two Rhagoletis Species: The Adaptive Significance of Mate Guarding, Sexual Behavior and Signals Used for Mating of Bactrocera correcta, Influence of Some Visual Stimuli on the Selection of Oviposition Site by Ceratitis (Pterandrus) rosa, Ovipositional Responses to Apple in a Caged Tree by Anastrepha fraterculus in Southern Brazil, PART II. ATTRACTANTS AND TRAPPING, Olfactory Semiochemicals of Tephritids, Pheromones of Mediterranean Fruit Fly: Presumed Mode of Action and Implications for Improved Trapping Techniques, Morphology of Adult Male Rectum of Seven Species of Anastrepha from Brazil and Mating Behavior Correlations, Volatile Components from the Salivary Glands of Calling Males of the South American Fruit Fly, Anastrepha fraterculus: Partial Identification and Behavioral Activity, Attraction of Female Mediterranean Fruit Flies to Identified Components of the Male-Produced Pheromone: Qualitative Aspects of Major, Intermediate, and Minor Components, Plant Volatiles Evoke and Modulate Tephritid Behavior, Trap Utilization by Mediterranean Fruit Fly Populations in Citrus Groves in Portugal, Mark-Recapture Studies of Walnut Husk Flies Attracted to Food-Based Lures, Sex Pheromone and Mating Competition after Methyl Eugenol Consumption in the Bactrocera dorsalis Complex, PART III. BIOCONTROL OF WEEDS, Tephritidae in the Biological Control of Weeds, Reduction of Seed Set in Nodding Thistle (Carduus nutans) by the Seed-Fly, Urophora solstitialis, in Australia, Tephritid Flies in the Biological Control of Yellow Starthistle, PART IV. GENETIC SEXING, Towards the Application of Genetic Sexing in Tephritid Fruit Fly SIT Programs, Development and Application of Genetic Sexing Systems for the Mediterranean Fruit Fly Based on a Temperature Sensitive Lethal, Assessment of Irradiation Doses for TSL (Thermal Sensitive Lethal) Strain Vienna 42, PART V. GENETICS AND BIOCHEMISTRY, Review of Session VI, Genetics/Biochemistry, Mapping an Isozymic Gene Expressed in Pupae with Respect to Adult Markers in Ceratitis capitata, Sequence from Eye Color Genes, Chorion Gene and Mariner-Like Transposable Elements in the Queensland Fruit Fly, Bactrocera tryoni, An Analysis of the hobo Transposable Element for Gene-Vector Development, Linkage Analysis of Genetic Markers in the Oriental Fruit Fly, Genetic Studies of the Melon Fly, Bactrocera cucurbitae, Heterosis in Ceratitis capitata, PART VI. SYSTEMATICS, Fruit Fly Taxonomy: Recent Advances and New Approaches, Anastrepha Species from the Brazilian Amazon: Distribution, Hosts, and Lectotype Designations, PART VII. POPULATION GENETICS, Population Genetic Studies of Tephritid Flies of Economic Importance, Genetic and Morphological Differentiation in the Specialist Species Anastrepha pickeli and A. montei, Genetic Variability in Anastrepha pseudoparallela: A Specialist Species, Genetic and Statistical Analysis of Colonization, Distribution of Mitochondrial DNA Haplotypes Among Ceratitis capitata Populations Worldwide, PART VIII. POPULATION DYNAMICS AND IPM, Demography of Fruit Flies and Implications to Action Programs, Future Trends in Fruit Fly Management, Population Dynamics of Fruit Flies in Itaguaí County, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. I-Survey of the Species, Susceptibility of Different Mango Varieties (Mangifera indica) to the Attack of the Fruit Fly, Anastrepha obliqua, Cyromazine: Effects on Three Species of Anastrepha, Relative Resistance of Avocado Germplasm to Caribbean Fruit Fly, Hosts for Ceratitis capitata and Anastrepha fraterculus in the Northeastern Province of Entre Ríos, Argentina, Life Cycle of Anastrepha grandis, The Natural Host Plants of Anastrepha in the State of Amazonas, Brazil, Comparison of the Biology of Anastrepha obliqua Reared in Mango (Mangifera indica L.) and in Mombin (Spondias mombin) Infested Under Field Conditions, PART IX. BIOCONTROL, Status and Needs of Biological Control Research for Tephritid Flies, The Past and Potential of Biological Control of Fruit Flies, Inundative Release of the Parasitoid Diachasmimorpha longicaudata for the Control of the Caribbean Fruit Fly, Anastrepha suspensa, PART X. STERILE INSECT TECHNIQUE AND SUPPORTING RESEARCH, Quality Control and SIT Field Testing with Genetic Sexing Mediterranean Fruit Fly Males, Problems Encountered During Long-Term SIT Programs in Japan, Implementation of Technical and Managerial Systems for Quality Control in Mediterranean Fruit Fly (Ceratitis capitata) Sterile Release Programs, Competitive Behavior of Males of Mediterranean Fruit Fly, Ceratitis capitata, Genetic Sexing Strain Vienna-42, Movement of Sterile Melon Flies in Okinawa, Japan, Ethological Analysis of Medfly Courtship: Potential for Quality Control, The Influence of Four Phenols on the Olive Fruit Fly, Artificial Selection Experiments in the Melon Fly: The Status Quo and Problems, Metamorphosis in the Mediterranean Fruit Fly, Ceratitis capitata, Quality Assessment of Mass-Reared Bactrocera zonata, Suppression of Mediterranean Fruit Fly Populations with SIT in Two Habitats: A Coffee Agroecosystem with a Braconid Parasitoid and a Forest with Scattered Patches of Understory Coffee, PART XI. POSTHARVEST AND QUARANTINE, Guy Hallman and Mary Quinlan, Synopsis of Postharvest Quarantine Treatment Research, Irradiation as a Quarantine Treatment Against Fruit Flies, Postharvest Fruit Fly Disinfestation of Papaya, Cold Treatment, the Caribbean Fruit Fly, and Carambolas, Mortality of Caribbean Fruit Fly in Coated Fruits, Fruit Fly Larval Mortality from Thermal Treatments Varies with Substrate Type, A Rapid Test for Distinguishing Irradiated from Unirradiated Mediterranean Fruit Fly, Ceratitis capitata Larvae, PART XII. ACTION PROGRAMS, Action Programs Against Fruit Flies of Economic Importance: Session Overview, Advances in the National Fruit Fly Control and Eradication Program in Argentina, California Industry Comments, Role of the Private Sector in Action Program Research Needs, Queensland Fruit Fly (Bactrocera tryoni): Eradication from Western Australia, The Successful Eradication Programs of the Melon Fly in Okinawa, California's 1993/1994 Mediterranean Fruit Fly Eradication Program, Behavioral Control of Apple Maggot Flies, The Mexican National Fruit Fly Eradication Campaign: Largest Fruit Fly Industrial Complex in the World, EUGOLY FOR G. GREGOR ROHWER, FOURTH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON FRUIT FLIES OF ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE: FINAL PROGRAM, TAXONOMIC INDEX, AUTHOR INDEX, SUBJECT INDEX


Titel: Fruit Fly Pests
Untertitel: A World Assessment of Their Biology and Management
EAN: 9781000725100
Digitaler Kopierschutz: frei
Format: E-Book (epub)
Hersteller: Taylor & Francis Ltd.
Genre: Biologie
Anzahl Seiten: 608
Veröffentlichung: 10.03.2020
Dateigrösse: 18.1 MB