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Biological Control of Insect and Mite Pests in Iran

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The book provides a reference to biological control of arthropod pests in agriculture and of public health importance in Iran. A quick glance over the literature shows a long history of biocontrol attempts in the country. Some historically important events highlighting the interest of Iranian academic, research and extension fields to the natural enemies and their applied aspects are provided. Iran, with an exception of the former USSR, was a pioneer in both basic and applied biocontrol in West Asia. The book consists of four parts: three parts for predators, parasitoids and pathogens, and last part for other approaches and analyses of the current state of biological control in Iran. The book provides the most up-to-date information on pest control and related topics of entomology in Iran. The chapters are written by scholars from major Universities and research centers in Iran.



Auteur

Javad Karimi is an associate professor of insect pathology in the Ferdowsi University of Mashhad (FUM) (2008- now) which graduated from the University of Tehran (2007). His academic teaching and research interest focuses on insect pathogens as biocontrol agents with special reference to entomopathogenic nematodes (EPNs) (including their symbiotic bacteria) and insect parasitic nematodes.

Hossein Madadi got his PhD degree of Agricultural Entomology at 2005 from University of Tehran and now working as associate professor of Agricultural Entomology at the Bu-Ali Sina Univ. Hamedan, Iran. His dissertation was about the role of host plants on interactions among predator-pest species.

His special research field of interests is biological control of plant pests within greenhouses, Ecology of Predators (focusing on mites, bugs and beetles) and interactions among natural enemies and their hosts/Prey. 



Texte du rabat

The book provides a reference to biological control of arthropod pests in agriculture and of public health importance in Iran. A quick glance over the literature shows a long history of biocontrol attempts in the country. Some historically important events highlighting the interest of Iranian academic, research and extension fields to the natural enemies and their applied aspects are provided. Iran, with an exception of the former USSR, was a pioneer in both basic and applied biocontrol in West Asia. The book consists of four parts: three parts for predators, parasitoids and pathogens, and last part for other approaches and analyses of the current state of biological control in Iran. The book provides the most up-to-date information on pest control and related topics of entomology in Iran. The chapters are written by scholars from major Universities and research centers in Iran.



Contenu
See attachmePreface

Chapter 1 : Introduction

Chapter 2 : History of pest control and entomology in Iran

Chapter 3: Predators

Part 3.1. Ladybirds

Part 3.2. Heteropterans 

Part 3.3. Other  predator groups including Lacewings, Syrphids, Midges

Chapter 4: Insect Pathogens

Part 4.1. Bacterial entomopathogens

Part 4.2. Fungal entomopathogens 

Part 4.3. Entomopathogenic and insect parasitic nematodes

Part 4.4. Other entomopathogenic groups including viruses, protistans and Wolbachia

Part 5.1. Parasitic wasps

Chalcidoidea

Ichneumonoidea

Part 5.2. Superfamily Platygastroidea, Natural enemies of true bugs, moths, spiders and other insects

Part 5.3. Egg parasitoids of Iran, Superfamily Chalcidoidea, with particular emphasis on Trichogrammatidae

Part 5.4. Biological control in pomegranate orchards

Part 5.5. Aphids Parasitoids : Aphidin

ae

Part 5.6.Parasitic flies 

Chapter 6: Biological Control of mite pests  in Iran

Chapter 7: Biological control of some medically important flies in Iran

Chapter 8: Final comments and conclusions

Limitation of biocontrol program in Iran

Future of Biocontrol in Iran

Subject Indexnt

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Biological Control of Insect and Mite Pests in Iran
Sous-titre: A Review from Fundamental and Applied Aspects
éditeur:
EAN: 9783030639907
Format: eBook (pdf)
Producteur: Springer International Publishing
Genre: Biologie
Parution: 28.04.2021
Protection contre la copie numérique: filigrane numérique
Taille de fichier: 12.74 MB
Nombre de pages: 621