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Insect outbreaks revisited

Auteur : Pedro Barbosa; Deborah Kay Letourneau; Anurag A Agrawal
Éditeur : Chichester, West Sussex, UK ; Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley & Sons, 2012.
Édition/format :   Livre électronique : Document : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et tous les formats
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"The abundance of insects can change dramatically from generation to generation; these generational changes may occur within a growing season or over a period of years. Such extraordinary density changes or "outbreaks" may be abrupt and ostensibly random, or population peaks may occur in a more or less cyclic fashion. They can be hugely destructive when the insect is a crop pest or carries diseases of humans, farm  Lire la suite...
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Insect outbreaks revisited.
Chichester, West Sussex, UK ; Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley & Sons, 2012
(DLC) 2011046004
(OCoLC)760971093
Type d’ouvrage : Document, Ressource Internet
Format : Ressource Internet, Fichier informatique
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Pedro Barbosa; Deborah Kay Letourneau; Anurag A Agrawal
ISBN : 9781118295205 111829520X 9781118253861 1118253868 9781280880360 1280880368
Numéro OCLC : 798943401
Notes : Updates: Insect outbreaks / edited by Pedro Barbosa and Jack C. Shultz. San Diego : Academic Press, c1987.
Description : 1 online resource.
Contenu : Insect herbivore outbreaks viewed through a physiological framework : insights from Orthoptera / Spencer T. Behmer and Anthony Joern --
The dynamical effects of interactions between inducible plant resistance and food limitation during insect outbreaks / Karen C. Abbott --
Immune responses and their potential role in insect outbreaks / J. Gwen Shlichta and Angela M. Smilanich --
The role of ecological stoichiometry in outbreaks of insect herbivores / Eric M. Lind and Pedro Barbosa --
Plant-induced responses and herbivore population dynamics / André Kessler, Katja Poveda, and Erik H. Poelman --
Spatial synchrony of insect outbreaks / Andrew M. Liebhold, Kyle J. Haynes, and Ottar N. Bjørnstad --
What tree-ring reconstruction tells us about conifer defoliator outbreaks / Ann M. Lynch --
Insect-associated microorganisms and their possible role in outbreaks / Yasmin J. Cardoza, Richard W. Hofstetter, and Fernando E. Vega --
Life history traits and host plant use in defoliators and bark beetles : implications for population dynamics / Julia Koricheva, Maartje J. Klapwijk, and Christer Björkman --
The ecological consequences of insect outbreaks / Louie H. Yang --
Insect outbreaks in tropical forests : patterns, mechanisms, and consequences / Lee A. Dyer, Walter P. Carson, and Egbert G. Leigh Jr. --
Outbreaks and ecosystem services / Timothy D. Schowalter --
Evidence for outbreaks from the fossil record of insect herbivory / Conrad C. Labandeira --
Implications of host-associated differentiation in the control of pest species / Raul F. Medina --
Disasters by design : outbreaks along urban gradients / Michael J. Raupp, Paula M. Shrewsbury, and Dan A. Herms --
Resistance to transgenic crops and pest outbreaks / Bruce E. Tabashnik and Yves Carrière --
Natural enemies and insect outbreaks in agriculture : a landscape perspective / J. Megan Woltz, Benjamin P. Werling, and Douglas A. Landis --
Integrated pest management : outbreaks prevented, delayed, or facilitated? / Deborah K. Letourneau --
Insect invasions : lessons from biological control of weeds / Peter B. McEvoy, Fritzi S. Grevstad, and Shon S. Schooler --
Assessing the impact of climate change on outbreak potential / Maartje J. Klapwijk [and others].
Autres titres : Insect outbreaks.
Responsabilité : edited by Pedro Barbosa, Deborah K. Letourneau, Anurag A. Agrawal.
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