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Advances in the biology and management of modern bed bugs

Author: Stephen L Doggett; Dini M Miller; Chow-Yang Lee
Publisher: Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley & Sons, 2018. ©2018
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The first comprehensive scholarly treatment of bed bugs since 1966.

This book updates and expands existing bed bug literature with an emphasis on the worldwide resurgence of both the Common bed bug, Cimex lectularius L., and the Tropical bed bug. Cimex hemipterus (F.).

Advances in the Biology and Management of Modern Bed Bugs offers new Information on basic and applied science, as well as advice for using practical management strategies. Advances also presents cutting-edge information regarding the impacts that bed bugs have had on public health and their financial costs to society. These include the negative effects that bed bugs continue to have on the medical, legal, housing, and hotel industries across the world.

Advances in the Biology and Management of Modern Bed Bugs offers chapters that cover the history of bed bugs; their global resurgence; their basic biology; how to control bed bugs and manage them in specific situations; legal aspects; the future of these pests; and more.

Advances in the Biology and Management of Modern Bed Bugs is an essential reference for stakeholders who are or could be impacted by bed bugs, or are engaged in managing bed bugs Advances will be highly beneficial to those in an academic profession, who undertake research on bed bugs and related insects, or are involved In public education --Book Jacket.  Read more...

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Advances in the biology and management of modern bed bugs.
Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley & Sons, 2018
(DLC) 2018005473
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Stephen L Doggett; Dini M Miller; Chow-Yang Lee
ISBN: 9781119171508 1119171504 9781119171515 1119171512 9781119171539 1119171539
OCLC Number: 1023575374
Description: 1 online resource (xxvi, 439 pages)
Contents: Machine generated contents note: pt. I Bed Bugs in Society --
1. Bed Bugs Through History / Michael F. Potter --
1.1. Introduction --
1.2. Origins and Spread --
1.3. Early Extermination Methods --
1.4. Propagation Within Cities (1880s --
1950s) --
1.5. Determination --
and a Silver Bullet --
1.5.1. Bed Bug Insecticides --
1.5.2. Bug Proof Design and Construction --
1.5.3. Bed Bug Traps --
1.5.4. Lethal Temperatures --
1.6. Past is Present --
References --
2. Bed Bugs in Popular Culture / David Cain --
2.1. Introduction --
2.2. Bed Bugs in Poetry --
2.3. Bed Bugs in the Figurative Arts --
2.4. Bed Bugs in Theatre --
2.5. Bed Bugs in Literature --
2.6. Bed Bugs in Music --
2.7. Bed Bugs in Television --
2.8. Bed Bugs in Linguistics --
2.9. Bed Bugs in Erotica --
2.10. Use of Bed Bugs in Popular Culture Through Time --
References --
pt. II Global Bed Bug Resurgence --
3. Bed Bug Resurgence in North America / Dini M. Miller --
3.1. Introduction --
3.2. Bed Bug Resurgence in the United States --
3.3. Bed Bug Resurgence in Canada --
3.4. Summary --
References --
4. Bed Bug Resurgence in Latin America / Marcio R. Lage --
4.1. Introduction --
4.2. Bed Bugs in Brazil --
4.3. Resurgence of Bed Bugs in Brazil --
4.4. Elsewhere in Latin America --
References --
5. Bed Bug Resurgence in Europe and Russia / Mohammad Akhoundi --
5.1. Introduction --
5.2. History of Bed Bugs in the Region --
5.3. Historical Laws to Control Bed Bugs Pre-resurgence --
5.4. Documented Evidence for the Bed Bug Decline --
5.5. Early Evidence for the Resurgence --
5.6. Degree of the Resurgence --
5.7. Region-specific Factors in the Resurgence --
5.8. Strategies to Combat the Resurgence --
References --
6. Bed Bug Resurgence in Asia / Yijuan Xu --
6.1. Introduction --
6.2. History of Bed Bugs in Asia --
6.3. Laws, Regulations and Policies for Bed Bug Control Prior to the Resurgence --
6.4. Modern Resurgence of Bed Bugs in Asia --
6.5. Specific Factors Related to the Bed Bug Resurgence in Asia --
6.6. Bed Bug Management Strategies in Asia --
References --
7. Bed Bug Resurgence in Australia / Toni Cains --
7.1. Introduction --
7.2. History of Bed Bugs in Australia --
7.3. Documented Evidence for the Bed Bug Decline --
7.4. Modern Resurgence --
7.5. Strategies to Combat the Bed Bug Resurgence --
References --
8. Bed Bug Resurgence in Africa / Dionne Crafford --
8.1. Introduction --
8.2. History of Bed Bugs in Africa --
8.3. Laws, Regulations, and Policies for Bed Bug Control Pre-resurgence --
8.4. Documented Evidence for the Bed Bug Decline --
8.5. Early Evidence for the Resurgence --
8.6. Extent of the Resurgence --
8.7. Region- and Country-specific Reasons for the Resurgence --
8.8. Strategies to Combat the Resurgence and Relative Success --
References --
9. Bed Bug Resurgence in the Indian Subcontinent / Joshua A. Rao --
9.1. Introduction --
9.2. History of Bed Bugs in the Indian Subcontinent --
9.3. Laws to Control Bed Bugs Pre-resurgence --
9.4. Documented Evidence for the Bed Bug Decline --
9.5. Modern Resurgence --
9.6. Strategies to Combat the Bed Bug Resurgence --
References --
10. Bed Bug Resurgence in the Middle East / Odelon Del Mundo Reyes --
10.1. Introduction --
10.2. History of Bed Bugs in The Middle East --
10.3. Regional Reports of the Bed Bug Resurgence --
10.4. Impact of the Bed Bug Resurgence --
10.5. Pest Management Professionals Close Encounters with Cimicids --
References --
pt. III Bed Bug Impacts --
11. Dermatology and Immunology / Pablo Fernandez-Penas --
11.1. Introduction --
11.2. Bed Bug Saliva --
11.3. Cutaneous Reactions --
11.4. Dermatological Complications from Bed Bug Bites --
11.5. Systemic Reactions --
11.6. Immunological and Pathogenic Mechanisms --
11.7. Dermatopathology --
11.8. Differential Diagnoses of Bed Bug Bites --
11.9. Clinical Management --
11.10. Conclusion --
References --
12. Bed Bugs and Infectious Diseases / Stephen L. Doggett --
12.1. Introduction --
12.2. Vectors and Transmission Pathways --
12.3. Bed Bugs and Infectious Diseases: an Overview --
12.4. Why do Bed Bugs not Transmit Infectious Diseases? --
12.5. Future Hunt for Pathogens: A Cautionary Note --
12.6. Conclusion --
References --
13. Mental Health Impacts / David Kaiser --
13.1. Introduction --
13.2. Methods --
13.3. Main Findings --
13.4. What Can Be Inferred from the Current State of the Literature? --
13.5. Limitations and Future Research --
13.6. Conclusion --
References --
14. Miscellaneous Health Impacts / Stephen L. Doggett --
14.1. Introduction --
14.2. Respiratory Issues --
14.3. Blood Loss --
14.4. Sleep Loss --
14.5. Chemical Exposure --
14.6. Miscellaneous Health Impacts --
References --
15. Fiscal Impacts / Molly S. Wilson --
15.1. Introduction --
15.2. Types of Cost --
15.3. Costs to the Multi-Unit Housing Industry --
15.4. Cost to the Hospitality and Travel Industry --
15.5. Cost to the Retail Industry --
15.6. Brand Damage in the Housing, Hospitality, and Retail Industries --
15.7. Legal Expenses --
15.8. Cost to Pest Management Companies --
15.9. Bed Bug Management Revenues --
15.10. Conclusions --
References --
pt. IV Bed Bug Biology --
16. Bed Bug Biology / Michael T. Siva-Jothy --
16.1. Introduction --
16.2. Hematophagy --
16.3. Anachoresis --
16.4. Flightlessness --
16.5. Reproduction --
16.6. Egg Laying --
16.7. Host-seeking Behavior --
16.8. Harborage Seeking Behavior and Aggregation --
16.9. Dispersal --
References --
17. Chemical Ecology / Gerhard Gries --
17.1. Introduction --
17.2. Olfaction and Contact Chemoreception --
17.2.1. General Introduction --
17.2.2. Olfactory Sensilla on Bed Bug Antennae and their Responses to Odorants --
17.2.3. Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Olfaction --
17.3. Pheromones --
17.3.1. Alarm Pheromone --
17.3.2. Aggregation Pheromone --
17.3.3. Sex-attractant Pheromone --
17.3.4. Anti-mating and Anti-aphrodisiac Pheromones --
17.4. Host Seeking --
References --
18. Population Genetics / Edward L. Vargo --
18.1. Introduction --
18.2. Evolution of Modern Bed Bugs --
18.3. Genetic Variation Within Populations --
18.4. Genetic Variation Among Populations --
18.5. Mitochondrial Heteroplasmy --
18.5.1. Variation in Heteroplasmy Across Host Lineages and Among Populations --
18.5.2. Implications of Heteroplasmy --
18.5.3. Insecticide Resistance, kdr, and Geographic Variation --
18.6. Future Directions in Bed Bug Population Genetics --
References --
19. Physiology / Joshua B. Benoit --
19.1. Introduction --
19.2. Stress Tolerance and Starvation Resistance --
19.3. Blood Feeding --
19.4. Reproduction and Development --
19.5. Summary and Future Directions --
References --
20. Symbionts / Mark Goodman --
20.1. Introduction --
20.2. Identity of Endosymbionts --
20.3. Impact of Symbionts on Bed Bug Biology --
20.4. Transmission of Symbionts --
20.5. Symbionts and Bed Bug Management --
References --
21. Bed Bug Laboratory Maintenance / Kevin R. Ulrich --
21.1. Introduction --
21.2. General Colony Maintenance --
21.2.1. Containers and Harborages --
21.3. Feeding Techniques --
21.3.1. In-vivo and In-vitro Blood Sources --
21.3.2. In-vitro feeding units --
21.4. Need for Plasma --
21.5. Development of an Artificial Blood Source --
References --
pt. V Bed Bug Management --
22. Bed Bug Industry Standards: Australia / Stephen L. Doggett --
22.1. Introduction --
22.2. Why was the Code Required? --
22.3. History and Aims of the Code --
22.4. Key Elements of the Code --
22.5. Benefits of the Code --
References --
23. Bed Bug Industry Standards: Europe / Richard Naylor --
23.1. Introduction --
23.2. Why was the Code Required? --
23.3. History and Aims of the Code --
23.4. Benefits of the Code --
References --
24. Bed Bug Industry Standards: USA / Jim Fredericks --
24.1. Introduction --
24.2. History and Development of the NPMA Best Management Practices for Bed Bugs --
24.3. Target Audience --
24.4. Key Elements of the NPMA Best Management Practices --
24.5. Marketing and Adoption of the NPMA Best Management Practices --
24.6. Acceptance of the BMP --
References --
25. Pest Control Company Perspective / David G. Lilly --
25.1. Introduction --
25.2. Resurgence --
25.2.1. Rapid and Sustainable Growth --
25.2.2. Lack of Industry Preparedness --
25.2.3. Lack of Public Awareness --
25.3. Responsibility and Liability --
25.3.1. Educating the Client --
25.3.2. Liability for Services --
25.3.3. Financial Burden --
25.4. Inspection and Control Methods --
25.4.1. Inspection and Monitoring Tools --
25.4.2. Chemical Applications and Resistance --
25.4.3. Non-chemical Applications --
25.4.4. Training and Maintaining Service Consistency --
25.5. Conclusion --
References --
26. Prevention / Molly S. Wilson --
26.1. Introduction --
26.2. Education --
26.3. Monitors --
26.4. Mattress Encasements --
26.5. Desiccant Dusts --
26.6. Heat --
26.6.1. Clothes Dryers --
26.6.2. Heat Chambers --
26.7. Bed Bug Management Policy --
References --
27. Detection and Monitoring / Changlu Wang --
27.1. Importance of Detection and Monitoring --
27.2. Detection of Bed Bugs --
27.2.1. Resident Interviews or Surveys --
27.2.2. Visual Inspection --
27.2.3. Canine Scent Detection --
27.2.4. Bed Bug Monitors --
Passive Monitors --
Active Monitors. Note continued: 27.3. Field Comparison of Detection Methods --
27.4. Bed Bug Inspections --
27.4.1. Detection --
Proactive inspections --
Reactive inspections --
27.4.2. Inspections to Guide and Evaluate Treatment --
27.4.3. Inspections to Determine Elimination --
27.4.4. Inspections in Non-traditional Settings --
Conflict of Interest Statement --
References --
28. Non-chemical Control / Stephen A. Kells --
28.1. Introduction --
28.2. Excluding Bed Bugs --
28.3. Physically Removing Bed Bugs --
28.4. Creating Adverse Environmental Conditions against Bed Bugs --
28.4.1. Basic Conditions Causing Lethality --
28.4.2. Basic Conditions for High-temperature Control --
Equipment for Delivery of High Temperatures through Steam Applications --
Equipment for Delivery of High Temperatures through Dry Heat Applications --
Basic Conditions for Delivery of Low-temperature Treatments --
Considerations for Delivery of Low Temperatures --
28.5. Biological Agents Tested Against Bed Bugs --
28.6. Other Non-Chemical Control Methods --
28.7. Conclusion --
References --
29. Insecticide Resistance / Alvaro Romero --
29.1. Introduction --
29.2. Insecticides and Insecticide Resistance in Bed Bugs --
29.3. Metabolic Resistance --
29.4. Reduced Penetration Resistance --
29.5. Target-site Resistance --
29.6. Evolution of Resistance and Fitness Costs --
29.7. Conclusions --
References --
30. Chemical Control / Stephen L. Doggett --
30.1. Introduction --
30.2. Insecticide Classes used Against Bed Bugs --
30.2.1. Pyrethroids --
30.2.2. Organophosphates and Carbamates --
30.2.3. Neonicotinoids --
30.2.4. Halogenated Pyrroles --
30.2.5. Insect Growth Regulators --
30.2.6. Inorganic and Mineral Compounds --
30.2.7. Botanical Insecticides --
30.2.8. Poisonous Gases --
30.3. Insecticide Formulations for Bed Bug Management --
30.3.1. Liquid Sprays --
30.3.2. Pressurized Aerosols --
30.3.3. Dusts --
30.3.4. Fumigants --
30.3.5. Permethrin-impregnated Fabrics --
30.3.6. Insect Repellents --
30.3.7. Total Release Foggers --
30.4. Factors Affecting Insecticide Efficacy --
30.4.1. Test Method --
30.4.2. Test Substrate --
30.4.3. Test Arena --
30.4.4. Experimental Details --
30.4.5. Strain and Bed Bug Species --
Susceptible, Resistant, or Both Strains --
References --
31. Limitations of Bed Bug Management Technologies / Mark F. Feldlaufer --
31.1. Introduction --
31.2. Bed Bug Detection --
31.2.1. Traps --
31.2.2. Canines --
31.2.3. Novel Detection Methods --
31.3. Bed Bug Control --
31.3.1. Housing Types --
31.3.2. Chemical Control Methods --
31.3.3. Other Chemical Control Products --
31.3.4. Non-chemical Bed Bug Control Methods --
31.3.5. Heat --
31.3.6. Other Non-chemical Controls --
References --
32. Bed Bug Education / Dini M. Miller --
32.1. Introduction --
32.2. Strategies and Successes in Bed Bug Education --
32.3. Educational Programs Focusing on Bed Bugs --
32.4. Media --
32.5. Effect of Social Media on Bed Bug Education --
32.6. Identifying the Target Audience --
32.7. Effective Adult Education --
32.8. Measuring the Impacts of Bed Bug Education --
32.9. Conclusion --
References --
pt. VI Bed Bug Control in Specific Situations --
33. Low-income Housing / Changlu Wang --
33.1. Introduction --
33.2. Management of Bed Bugs in Low-income Housing --
33.3. Components of a Successful Building- or Complex-wide IPM Program --
33.3.1. Education --
33.3.2. Identification of Apartments with Existing Bed Bug Activity --
33.3.3. Preparation of Apartments for Treatment --
33.3.4. Treatment of Apartments with Bed Bug Activity --
33.3.5. Follow-up Service Visits --
33.3.6. Contracts and the Role of Property Management --
33.4. Future --
References --
34. Multi-Unit Housing / Dint M. Miller --
34.1. Introduction --
34.2. Challenges Unique to the Human Living Environment --
34.3. Obstructions to Control Success --
34.3.1. Challenges Unique to Multi-unit Housing --
34.3.2. Human Host Behavior --
34.3.3. Financial Limitations for Multi-unit Housing Managers and Owners --
34.3.4. Pest Management Limitations --
34.4. Future Prospects for Success --
References --
35. Shelters / Molly S. Wilson --
35.1. Introduction --
35.2. Challenges in Shelters --
35.3. Obstacles to Successful Control --
35.4. Methods of Control in Shelters --
35.5. Key Elements to Successful Control --
References --
36. Hotels / David Cain --
36.1. Introduction --
36.2. Bed Bugs in Hotels: The Challenges --
36.3. Successful Bed Bug Management in Hotels --
References --
37. Healthcare Facilities / Stephen L. Doggett --
37.1. Introduction --
37.2. Challenges Bed Bugs Pose to Healthcare Facilities --
37.3. History of Bed Bugs in Healthcare Facilities --
37.4. Bed Bugs in Healthcare Facilities with the Modern Resurgence --
37.5. Bed Bug Management in Healthcare Facilities --
References --
38. Aircraft / Catherine Juson --
38.1. Introduction --
38.2. Aviation Entomology --
a Brief History --
38.3. Bed Bug Management on Aircraft: The Challenges --
38.4. Bed Bug Management on Aircraft --
38.5. Improving the Pest Management Protocol --
References --
39. Cruise Ships and Trains / Garry Jones --
39.1. Introduction --
39.2. Cruise Ships and Ferries --
39.3. Trains --
39.4. Conclusion --
References --
40. Poultry Industry / Allen Szalanski --
40.1. History --
Cimicids and Poultry --
40.2. Mexican Chicken Bug, Haematosiphon inodorus --
40.3. Brazilian Chicken Bug, Ornithocoris toledoi --
40.4. Tropical Bed Bug, Cimex hemipterus --
40.5. Common Bed Bug, Cimex lectularius --
40.6. Biology and Impact of Cimex lectularius on Poultry --
40.7. Dispersal --
40.8. Bed Bug Control in Poultry Facilities --
40.9. Insecticide Assays --
References --
pt. VII Legal Issues --
41. Bed Bugs and the Law in the USA / Dini M. Miller --
41.1. Introduction --
41.2. Registration of Pesticides --
41.3. Legal Requirements Regarding Who Can Apply Pesticides in the USA --
41.4. Legal Requirements for PMPs Regarding the Standard of Care --
41.5. Public Health Acts Regarding Bed Bugs --
41.6. Bed Bug-related Statutes, Laws, and Ordinances --
41.7. Laws Addressing Bed Bug Remediation --
41.8. Tenants and Public Housing --
41.9. Legal Standing Clients Encountering Bed Bugs in Temporary Occupancies --
41.10. Bed Bug Lawsuit Landscape --
41.11. Conclusion --
References --
42. Bed Bugs and the Law in the United Kingdom / Cllve Boase --
42.1. Introduction --
42.2. Training of Pest Management Professionals --
42.3. Bed Bug Pesticide Approval --
42.4. Tenants, Guests and Bed Bugs --
42.5. Local Authority Duties and Powers Regarding Bed Bugs --
References --
43. Bed Bugs and the Law in Australia / Stephen L. Doggett --
43.1. Introduction --
43.2. Registration and Use of Bed Bug Management Products --
43.3. Legal Requirements of Pest Management Professionals --
43.4. Public Health Laws Regarding Bed Bugs --
43.5. Tenancy and Public Housing --
43.6. Bed Bug Legal Cases --
References --
44. Bed Bugs and the Law in Asia / Chow-Yang Lee --
44.1. Introduction --
44.2. Registration and Use of Bed Bug Management Products --
44.3. Legal Requirements for Pest Management Professionals --
44.4. Bed Bug Legal Cases --
44.6. Future --
References --
45. On Being an Expert Witness / Dini M. Miller --
45.1. Introduction --
45.2. What is an Expert Witness? --
45.3. Expert's Role --
45.4. Providing Expert Testimony --
45.5. Bed Bugs in a Court Case --
45.6. Summary --
References --
pt. VIII Bed Bugs: the Future --
46. Bed Bugs: the Future / Stephen L. Doggett --
Summary --
References.
Responsibility: edited by Stephen Doggett, Dini M. Miller, Chow-Yang Lee.

Abstract:

The first comprehensive scholarly treatment of bed bugs since 1966.

This book updates and expands existing bed bug literature with an emphasis on the worldwide resurgence of both the Common bed bug, Cimex lectularius L., and the Tropical bed bug. Cimex hemipterus (F.).

Advances in the Biology and Management of Modern Bed Bugs offers new Information on basic and applied science, as well as advice for using practical management strategies. Advances also presents cutting-edge information regarding the impacts that bed bugs have had on public health and their financial costs to society. These include the negative effects that bed bugs continue to have on the medical, legal, housing, and hotel industries across the world.

Advances in the Biology and Management of Modern Bed Bugs offers chapters that cover the history of bed bugs; their global resurgence; their basic biology; how to control bed bugs and manage them in specific situations; legal aspects; the future of these pests; and more.

Advances in the Biology and Management of Modern Bed Bugs is an essential reference for stakeholders who are or could be impacted by bed bugs, or are engaged in managing bed bugs Advances will be highly beneficial to those in an academic profession, who undertake research on bed bugs and related insects, or are involved In public education --Book Jacket.

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    schema:familyName "Miller" ;
    schema:givenName "Dini M." ;
    schema:name "Dini M. Miller" ;
    .

<http://experiment.worldcat.org/entity/work/data/4802276447#Topic/science_life_sciences_zoology_general> # SCIENCE--Life Sciences--Zoology--General
    a schema:Intangible ;
    schema:name "SCIENCE--Life Sciences--Zoology--General"@en ;
    .

<http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/book/10.1002/9781119171539>
    rdfs:comment "Wiley InterScience (Online service)" ;
    .

<http://worldcat.org/entity/work/data/4802276447#CreativeWork/advances_in_the_biology_and_management_of_modern_bed_bugs>
    a schema:CreativeWork ;
    rdfs:label "Advances in the biology and management of modern bed bugs." ;
    schema:description "Print version:" ;
    schema:isSimilarTo <http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/1023575374> ; # Advances in the biology and management of modern bed bugs
    .

<http://worldcat.org/isbn/9781119171508>
    a schema:ProductModel ;
    schema:isbn "1119171504" ;
    schema:isbn "9781119171508" ;
    .

<http://worldcat.org/isbn/9781119171515>
    a schema:ProductModel ;
    schema:isbn "1119171512" ;
    schema:isbn "9781119171515" ;
    .

<http://worldcat.org/isbn/9781119171539>
    a schema:ProductModel ;
    schema:isbn "1119171539" ;
    schema:isbn "9781119171539" ;
    .


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