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Proceedings of the 1st International Working Conference
on Stored-Product Entomology
(Table of Contents)

Full Citation:
Brady, E.U.; Brower, J.H.; Hunter, P.E.; Jay, E.G.; Lum, P.T.M.; Lund, H.O.; Mullen, M.A.; Davis, R. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 1st International Working Conference on Stored-Product Entomology, 7-11 October 1974, Savannah, Georgia, USA. Savannah, Georgia, USA, 1975.
 
 
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Foreword i-ii
Table Of Contents iii-vii
 
SYMPOSIUM ON TROPICAL STORED-PRODUCT ENTOMOLOGY   9
Introduction   10
Motivation and methods in ensuring protection of tropical produce from grower to his market Taylor, T. A. 11-17
The importance of taxonomy and of laboratory studies on the biology, nutrition and physiology of insects infesting stored products Majumder, S. K. 18-29
Succession of infestation in Illipe nuts in Sarawak -An example of a cash crop problem Connell, M. 30-40
Chemical intervention on all stages and on all scales of tropical storage practice Singh, S. R.; Benazet, J. 41-46
The conduct of field infestation surveys and the economic use of their results DeLima, C. P. F. 47-60
 
PANEL SESSION AND DISCUSSION ON TROPICAL STORED-PRODUCT ENTOMOLOGY   61
Introduction   62
The development and extension of nonchemical control techniques for stored cowpeas in Nigeria Caswell, G. H. 63-67
Infestation problems in farm-stored maize in Nicaragua Giles, P.H.; Oscar Leon , V. 68-76
The possible role of aeration in the control of stored product insects in warm climates Calderon, M. 77-84
Assessment of research at farm level storage in francophone Africa Deuse, J. P. L.; Pointel, J. G. 85-91
A.I.D. Grain storage problems Pedersen, J.R. 92-97
The susceptibility of different types of maize to post-harvest infestation by Sitophilus zeamais and Sitotroga cerealella and the importance of this factor at the small-scale farm level Dobie, P. 98-113
 
SYMPOSIUM ON BIOLOGY, ECOLOGY AND INTEGRATED CONTROL   115
Climate and the infestation of stored cereals by insects Sinha, R. N. 117-141
Changes in the status of insect pests in storage and domestic habitats Halstead, D. G. H. 142-153
Reproduction biology of Tyrophagus putrescentiae (Schr.) (Acarina: Acaridae) Boczek, J. 154-159
Nutritional requirements and metabolic inhibition of some Acarid mites Rodrigues, J. G.; Potts, M. F. 160-167
Potential for genetic control of stored-product insect populations Brower, J.H. 167-180
 
PANEL SESSION AND DISCUSSION ON BIOLOGY, ECOLOGY AND INTEGRATED CONTROL   181
Introduction   182
Integrated temperature and chemical control methods against the cigarette beetle Childs, D. P.; Fletcher, L. W. 183-190
The importance of sympathy between technical aspects of control programmes and industrial circumstances Connell, M. 191-195
Multifactor ecological aspects of population performance of flour beetles, Tribolium confusum and T. castaneum Erdman, H. E. 196-208
Studies on the active form of Callosobruchus maculatus (F.) in Nigeria. III. The dynamics of active female product in Callosobruchus maculatus (F.) (Coleoptera: Bruchidae) in stored cowpeas Taylor, T.A. 209-218
Species of insects attacking different types of stored wheat and their control Trivelli, H.D. 219-233
 
SYMPOSIUM ON PESTICIDES, TOXICITY AND INSECT RESISTANCE   235
Introduction   236
Evaluation of pesticides for control of stored-product insects Harein, P.K. 237-245
Factors influencing dosage and choice of toxicant in stored-product fumigation Heuser, S. G. B. 246-253
The use of chemicals in processing and packaging of stored products to prevent infestation Highland, H.A. 254-260
Some consequences of the development of insecticide resistance in stored-product insects Dyte, C. E.; Green, A. A. 261-271
Research on pesticides and future requirements for chemicals in the protection of stored products from insects Watters, F. L. 272-280
 
PANEL SESSION AND DISCUSSION ON PESTICIDES, TOXICITY AND INSECT RESISTANCE   281
Introduction   282
The toxicity of phosphine to insects Banks, H. J. 283-296
Some factors influencing the effectiveness of grain protectants Minett, W. 297-300
The behaviour of insects in the presence of insecticides: The effect of fenitrothion and malathion on resistant and susceptible strains of Tribolium castaneum Herbst Pinniger, D. B. 301-308
The role of organo-phosphorus and synthetic pyrethriod insecticides in mothproofing Bry, R. E. 309
Genetic control of insecticide-resistance in stored products insects: Prospects and preliminary investigation Wool, D. 310-316
Future needs and developments for control of stored product insects Bond, E. J. 317-322
 
SYMPOSIUM ON RADIATION AND OTHER PHYSICAL MEANS OF INSECT CONTROL   323
Introduction   324
Radio frequency, infrared, and ultraviolet radiation for control of stored-product insects: Prospects and limitations Nelson, S. O. 325-340
Aeration of grain as a non-chemical method for the control of insects in the grain bulk Navarro, S. 341-353
Achievements and limitations of ionizing radiation for stored-product insect control Tilton, E. W. 354-361
The use of controlled atmospheres for the storage of grain Bailey, S. W. ; Banks, H. J. 362-374
Effect of visible light on the behavior of stored-product insects Lum, P. T. M. 375-382
 
PANEL SESSION AND DISCUSSION ON RADIATION AND OTHER PHYSICAL MEANS OF INSECT CONTROL   383
A general survey of physical means for control of storage pests Whitney, W.K. 385-411
Improved storage structures for the preservation of food Corbett, G. G. 412-417
The role of low temperature to control stored food pests Smith, L.B. 418-430
The use of infrared and microwave radiation for control of stored-product insects Kirkpatrick, R. L. 431-437
Practical results by high frequency installation in a big storehouse in Switzerland Munzel, F. 438
 
SYMPOSIUM ON PESTICIDE RESIDUES, TOLERANCES AND REGISTRATIONS   439
Talk to first international working conference on stored-product entomology Ritch Jr., J.B. 441-445
National standards for registration and for residues of pesticides in relation to trade and commerce in Europe Jepson, W.F. 446-448
FAO's involvement in the international acceptance of pesticides for stored-food products Turtle, E. E. 449-452
Pesticide legislation in Senegal Deuse, J. P. L. 453-457
Some aspects governing the use of pesticides on stored-products in Australia Winks, R.G.; Bailey, S. W. 458-461
 
PANEL SESSION AND DISCUSSION ON PESTICIDE RESIDUES, TOLERANCES AND REGISTRATIONS   463
The significance of pesticide residues Snelson, J. T.; Desmarchelier, J. M. 465-477
Fumigant residues in food: Behaviour and regulation Heuser, S.G. B. 478-483
Hydrogen phosphide and its sorptive capacity from the physical and chemical point of view Mayr, G.E. 484
A critique on requirements for determination and interpretation of fumigant residues Berck, B. 485-498
Grain protection and pesticide-residues tolerances in India Bindra, O. S. 499-503
 
CONTRIBUTED PAPERS   505
Insect growth regulators: Some effects of Altosid TM on Tribolium castaneum (Herbst) Amos, T. G.; Williams, P. 507-510
Investigation into the use of resmethrin and bioresmethrin as potential grain protectant Ardley, J. H.; Desmarchelier, J. M. 511-516
Food utilization by Attagenus megatoma and Anthrenus flavipes Baker, J. E. 517-518
Gas interchange in freight containers Banks, H. J.; Sharp, A. K.; Irving, A. R. 519-531
Biological evaluation of bromophos for the control of storage pests Bansch, R.; Holtman, H.; Knoll, H. A. 532-541
An energy budget for the granary weevil, Sitophilus granarius (L.) Campbell, A.; Sinha, R. N. 542-548
Multiple mating by Lasioderma serricorne (F.) -Effects on fertility and fecundity Coffelt, J. A. 549-553
Investigations into the origin, development and control of Caryedon serratus (Col, Bruchidae) attacking stored ground-Nuts in the Gambia Conway, J. A. 554-566
The control of stored products insects with pirimiphos- methyl Deighton, J.M. 567-576
The dynamics of insect/lethal grain interactions in an insecticidally treated grain bulk DeLima, C. P. F. 577-581
Degradation of bromophos in stored wheat Eichler, D.; Knoll, H. A. 582-590
A carrier protein for juvenile hormone in the haemolymph of the Indian Meal moth: Interactions with epidermal target tissue in vitro Ferkovich, S. M.; Silhacek , D. L.; Rutter, R. R. 591-596
Internal and external factors governing the fluctuation of Tribolium castaneum populations Fujii, K. 597-607
Resistance to malathion and dichlorvos in stored-product insects in New South Wales Greening, H. G.; Wallbank, B. E.; Attia, F. L. 608-617
Locomotor behavior of diapausing and nondiapausing larvae of Cadra cautella (Walker) (Lepidoptera, Pyralidae) Hagstrum, D.W.; Sharp, J.E. 618-622
Effect of tobacco redrying process on insect mortality Harrison, R. F.; Berg, M. 623-626
Invasion and penetration of consumer packages in short-term storage by stored-product insects Kvenberg, J.E. 627-634
Pesticide residues of potential protectants of grain LaHue, D.W. 635-638
The detection of insects by traps in grain-filled boxcars suring transit Loschiavo, S.R. 639-650
Inhibition of chitin synthesis in Plodia interpunctella Oberlander, I.H.; Leach, C. E. 651-655
Use of pirimiphos-methyl for the control of stored rice insect pests in S.E. Asia Seth, A. K. 656-668
Juvenile hormone action on the intermediary metabolism in Indian meal moth larvae Silhacek, D. l.; Firstenberg, D. E.; Kohl, K. L. 669-674
Population density and mating frequency of Plodia interpunctella in the presence of synthetic pheromone Sower, L.L. 675-678
Insecticidal value of phosphine in the control of stored tobacco insect pests Todorovski, V.B.; Vasilov, S.L. 679-685
Polymorphism in the adult of Callosobruchus maculatus -A possible process of evolution to stored product pest Utida, S. 686-691
Unusual entomological separation techniques in use at the food and drug administration Vazquez, A.W. 692-699
Effects of mating on female mating inhibition and egg production in the black carpet beetle, Attagenus megatoma F. Vick, K. W.; Hammack, L.; Coffelt, J. A. 700-705
 
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