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Proceedings of the 10th International Working Conference
on Stored-Product Protection
(Table of Contents)

Full Citation:
Carvalho, M.O.; Fields, P.G.; Adler, C.S.; Arthur, F.H.; Athanassiou, C.G.; Campbell, J.F.; Fleurat-Lessard, F.; Flinn, P.W.; Hodges, R.J.; Isikber, A.A.; Navarro, S.; Noyes, R.T.; Riudavets, J.; Sinha, K.K.; Thorpe, G.R.; Timlick, B.H.; Trematerra, P.; White, N.D.G. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 10th International Working Conference on Stored Product Protection, 27 June to 2 July 2010, Estoril, Portugal. Julius Kühn-Institut, Berlin, Germany.
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Preface vii
Table of Contents xiv
Research on stored product protection in Australia: a review of past, present and future directions – P. J. Collins 3
Stored products research in Europe – a very personal perspective! – P. Credland 14
Stored product protection in Africa: Past, present and future – E. N. Nukenine 26
Overview of North American stored product research – J. E. Throne 42
The major achievements of grain storage in P. R. China – J.-J. Wang, Y.-X. Deng, W. Dou, Z.-L. Yang, T.-K. Jiang 50
Challenges and characteristics of the South American grain and oilseed postharvest system – R. Bartosik 57
Implications of the Tribolium genome project for pest biology – R. W. Beeman, Y. Arakane, T. W. Phillips, S. Muthukrishnan 63
Investigation of the semiochemicals of confused flour beetle Tribolium confusum Jaquelin du Val and grain weevil Sitophilus granarius (L.) in stored wheat grain and flour – N. A. Abuelnnor, P. R. H. Jones, N. M. Ratcliffe, B. De Lacy Costello, P. T. N. Spencer-Phillips 72
Efficiency comparison of three attractant products against webbing clothes moth Tineola bisselliella (Hummel) (Lepidoptera: Tineidae) using an adapted four arms olfactometer – I. Arnault, M. Decoux, D. De Reyer, J. Auger 77
Pheromone traps for monitoring Plodia interpunctella (Hübner) (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) in the presence of mating disruption – C. S. Burks, D. G. Brandl, L. P. S. Kuenen, C. C. Reyes, J. M. Fisher 79
Genetic structure of Tribolium castaneum populations in mills – A. A. Semeao, J. F. Campbell, R. W. Beeman, R. J. Whitworth, P. E. Sloderbeck, M. D. Lorenzen 85
Molecular markers for Psocoptera species identification – F. C. Ceruti, S. M. N. Lazzari 90
Tricorynus rudepunctatus (PIC) (Coleoptera: Anobiidae): Diagnosis and damage – F. C. Ceruti, S. M. N. Lazzari, G. H. R. Neto 91
Hylotrupes bajulus (L.) (Col., Cerambycidae): nutrition and attacked material – E. Chiappini, P. Molinari, M. Busconi, M. Callegari, C. Fogher, P. Bani 97
Resistance management and the ecology of Rhyzopertha dominica (F.) and Tribolium castaneum (Herbst) in subtropical Australia – G. J. Daglish, A. W. Ridley, G. H. Walter 104
On automatic bioacoustic detection of stored product pests: the case of Sitophilus oryzae – I. Potamitisa, T. Ganchev, D. C. Kontodimas, P. A. Eliopoulos 110
A systemic approach of qualitative changes in the stored wheat ecosystem: prediction of deterioration risks in unsafe storage conditions in relation to relative humidity, infestation by Sitophilus oryzae (L.), and variety influence – R. Fourar-Belaifa, F. Fleurat-Lessard, Z. Bouznad 111
Conscent PE mating disruption system is an effective alternative to methyl bromide for the control of stored product moths – M. N. Hassan, S. Al-Zaidi 118
Behavioural effects of pheromone-based control system, ExosexTM SPTab, on male Indianmeal moth, Plodia interpunctella – N. J. Huggett, C. G. Storm, M. J. Smith 119
Study on volatile compounds in rice by HS-SPME and GC-MS – J.-Y. Lin, W. Fan, Y.-N. Gao, S.-F. Wu, S.-X. Wang 125
External egg morphology of common stored-product pests from the families Anobiidae (Ptininae) and Dermestidae (Coleoptera) – Z. Kucerová, J. Hromádková, V. Stejskal 135
Intra and interspecific variation assessment in Psocoptera using near spectoscopy – S. M. N. Lazzari, F. C. Ceruti, J. I. Rodriguez-Fernandez, G. Opit, F. A. Lazzari 139
From RFLP, specific primer to DNA barcoding: preliminary study on molecular identification of common stored product psocid – Z. Li, Z. Kucerová, S. Zhao, M. Qin, G. P. Opit, V. Stejskal, J. Kalinovic, Q. Yang 145
Egg hatching at different temperatures and relative humidities in Idaea inquinata (Scopoli) (Lepidoptera: Geometridae) – L. Limonta, M. Stampini, D. P. Locatelli 147
How methodical approaches affects results of pest sampling in stores and counting in laboratory – J. Lukas, Z. Kucerová, R. Aulický, V. Stejskal 150
Some biological characteristics of the Batrachedra amydraula Meyrick (Lepidoptera: Batrachedridae) on main varieties of dry and semi-dry date palm of Iran – N. Shayesteh, A. Marouf, M. Amir-Maafi 151
The influence of a DDGS diet on the development and oviposition rate of Tribolium castaneum (Herbst) – M. Fardisi, L. J. Mason, E. J. Klein 156
Mating disruption field trials on Plodia interpunctella (Hubner) – D. Mueller 160
The chemical composition of egg plugs deposited by Sitophilus granarius L. females on grain – Z. Szewczuk, P. Stefanowicz, J. Nawrot 161
Resistance of strains of rice weevil, Sitophilus oryzae (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) to pirimiphos methyl – O. O. Odeyemi, M. O. Ashamo, R. O. Akinkurolere, A. A. Olatunji 167
Ecological Studies of the Psocids Liposcelis brunnea, L. rufa, L. pearmani, and Lepinotus reticulatus – G. P. Opit, S. G. Gautam, B. A. Aminatou, J. E. Throne 173
Applications of semiochemicals for managing stored-product insects: research and product development – T. W. Phillips, R. M. Mahroof, M. M. Hasan, P. A. Edde, M. Campos-Figueroa 180
Regulation of the pheromone biosynthetic pathway in the Indian meal moth – O. Tsfadia, A. Zada, W. Roelofs, A. Rafaeli 181
Are the volatile chemicals from wheat and grain insect (Tribolium castaneum(Herbst), Rhyzopertha dominica (F.) and Sitophilus granarius (L.)) related with inter-communication between insects and host? – YL. Ren, S. Macfadyen, J. Desmarchelier 182
Efficacy of pheromone-based control system, Exosex™ SPTab, against moth pests in European food processing facilities – G. Pease, C. G. Storm 183
Monitoring of arthropod infestations on high quality hard wheat in southern Italy – P. Suma, A. Russo, I. La Torre, G. Gallo 190
Invasion and threats of Acanthoscelides obtectus (Say) (Coleloptera: Bruchidae) to kidney beans in India - a first record – D. R. Thakur 193
Seasonal dynamics of three lepidopteran stored grain pests in Slovenia – S. Trdan, M. Kac, M. Vidrih, Z. Laznik 197
Partial characterization of glutathione S-transferases from different field populations of Liposcelis bostrychophila – W. Dou, J.-Z. Niu, L.-S. Xiao, Y.-X. Deng, J.-J. Wang 202
Development, relative retention, and fecundity of Tribolium castaneum (Herbst) on different starches – M. Xue, B. Subramanyam, Y.-C. Shi, J. Campbell, M. Hartzer 207
National investigations of stored grain arthropods in China – X. Yan, H. Zhou, Z. Shen, W. Li, D. Guo, Y. Song, S. Lan, J. Zhang 212
Protecting and disinfesting stored products by drying and cooling, and disinfesting stored products during handling by mechanical treatments – S. J. Beckett 219
Economic decision-making model for best ozonation treatment system for storedproduct protection – D. E. Maier, C. A. Campabadal 229
Comparison of leakage rates of methyl bromide and sulfuryl fluoride during structural fumigations – D. E. Maier, B. Subramanyam, W. Chayaprasert 230
A simplified and improved modeling approach for the structural fumigation process using computational fluid dynamics – W. Chayaprasert, D. E. Maier, B. Subramanyam 237
The specific heat of wheat – Y. Cao, G. Li, Z. Zhang, L. Chen, Y. Li, T. Zhang 243
Dust explosions: A report on recent major explosions in Argentina and Brazil – R. D. Hajnal 250
Identification of stored-grain insects using microwave/RF electric fields – C. L. Jones 256
The sorption isosteric heats of rice grains in China – X.-J. Li, Z.-D. Wu, Z.-J. Zhang, H. Lu, J.-Y. Lin, Y. Cao 257
Effects of preconditioning on quality of dried blueberries – P. Somsong, G. Srzednicki, I. Konczak, V. Lohachoompol 264
Effect of nut-in-shell storage conditions on volatile profile in macadamia nuts – W. Srichamnong, M. Wootton, G. Srzednicki 270
Modelling of Seed Drying in Fluidised and Spouted Bed Dryers – W. Jittanit, G. Srzednicki, R. Driscoll 275
Omni-science: transformative approaches to postharvest technology – G. Thorpe 281
Research on the space temperature control of grain bins with groundwater and heat exchanger – Y. Shen, J. Xu, Z. Wu, B. Gao, G. Cao, T. Zhang 289
Study on In-store drying technology of paddy in China – D. Guo, J. Yang, H. Luo, P. Fu, S. Wang, Y. Li 295
Quo Vadis the fumigants? – M. Emekci 303
Cost Comparison of Methyl Bromide and Sulfuryl Fluoride (ProFume®) for Fumigating Food Processing Facilities, Warehouses, and Cocoa Beans – B. D. Adam, E. L. Bonjour, J. T. Criswell 314
Presentation of results of fumigation of different commodities with resistant insect using quickphlo-r phosphine – P. P. Asher 322
Storage of canola in hermetic plastic bags – R. E. Bartosik, D. A. De la Torre, D. C. Ochandio, L. M. Cardoso, J. C. Rodríguez, J. Massigoge 323
Storage of quality malting barley in hermetic plastic bags – D. C. Ochandio, L. M. Cardoso, R. E. Bartosik, D. A. De la Torre, J. C. Rodríguez, J. Massigoge 331
Non-chemical on-farm hermetic maize storage in east Africa – A. Yakubu, C. J. Bern, J. R. Coats, T. B. Bailey 338
Continuous ozonation treatment systems as other alternative more efficient grain protection technologies – D. E. Maier, C. A. Campabadal, C. P. Woloshuk, L. Mason 346
Structural fumigation efficacy against Tribolium castaneum in flour mills – J. F. Campbell, M. D. Toews, F. H. Arthur, R. T. Arbogast 352
Methyl iodide: a potential fumigant for post-harvest and quarantine disinfestation – Y. Ciesla, P. Ducom, J. Fritsch 358
New prospects for Ethyl formate as a fumigant for the date industry – S. Finkelman, E. Lendler, S. Navarro, H. Navarro, G. Ashbell 359
Methyl bromide and sulfuryl fluoride effectiveness against red flour beetle life stages – M. Hartzer, B. Subramanyam, W. Chayaprasert, D. E. Maier, S. Savodelli, J. F. Campbell, P. W. Flinn 365
Fumigant toxicity of garlic essential oil in combination with carbon dioxide (CO2) against stored-product insects – A. A. Isikber 371
Improvement of phosphine fumigation by the use of Speedbox – M. Kostyukovsky, A. Trostanetsky, G. Yasinov, M. Menasherov, T. Hazan 377
Half-life time of ozone as a function of air conditions and movement – J. D. McClurkin, D. E. Maier 381
Ozone technology in the post-harvest storage environment- a comparison of efficacy of high doses of ozone to insects treated under laboratory conditions and field conditions – M. X. McDonough, L. J. Mason, C. Woloshuk, C. Campabadal 386
How is sulfuryl fluoride performing as a methyl bromide alterative? – J. B Mueller 389
A novel approach to the protection of cocoa beans by preventing free fatty acid formation under hermetic storage – S. Navarro, H. Navarro, S. Finkelman, W. A. Jonfia-Essien 390
Developing strategies to manage highly phosphine resistant populations of flat grain beetles in large bulk storages in Australia – M. Nayak, J. Holloway, H. Pavic, M. Head, R. Reid, C. Patrick 396
Integration of monoterpenoids with low pressure simulating vacuum for control of diapausing Indian meal moth larvae and red flour beetle adults – G. Mbata, M. J. Pascual-Villalobos 402
Evaluation of headspace Solid Phase Micro-extraction method for analysis of phosphine residues in wheat – Y. L. Ren, B. Padovan 407
The use of carbon dioxide in big bags and containers for the control of pest in food products – M. J. Pons, A. G. Camara, S. Guri, J. Riudavets 414
Pre-Mix and on-site mixing of fumigants – R. F. Ryan, W. P. Shore 419
ETHOXOFUME 1000 (EtO): methyl bromide alternative update – R. F. Ryan, J. Nicolson, S. R. Bishop 423
Destruction of toxic and environmental harmful gases – R. F. Ryan, J. B. McMahon 427
Phosphine generator trial using external air dilution – R. F. Ryan, W. P. Shore, C. J. E. Newman 430
Alternative fumigants to methyl bromide for the control of pest infestation in grain and dry food products – E. Shaaya, M. Kostyukovsky 433
Life stage and resistance effects in modelling phosphine fumigation of Rhyzopertha dominica (F.) – J. Thorne, G. Fulford, A. Ridley, D. Schlipalius, P. Collins 438
New Applications of Hermetic Storage for Grain Storage and Transport – P. Villers, S. Navarro, T. De Bruin 446
Mortality time of immature stages of susceptible and resistant strains of Sitophilus oryzae (L.) exposed to different phosphine concentrations – D. Wang, X. Ma, K. Bian 452
Fumigation activities of ethyl formate on different strains of Liposcelis bostrychophila – Y.-X. Deng, J.-J. Wang, W. Dou, Z.-L. Yang, T.-K. Jiang 459
A study of fumigation toxicity of horseradish essential oil against two stored grain insects – L.-D. Xie, Y.-P. He, S.-S. Chen, L. Xu, J. He 464
Generation of phosphine gas for the control of grain storage pests – B.-X. Zhao 469
Study on the mortality of the stored-grain insects adults in different concentrations of low oxygen – Y. Cao, S. Gao, G. Qu, Y. Li, G. Li 476
Elimination of Post-harvest and Pre-Harvest Aflatoxin Contamination – D. Bhatnagar 484
Aspects of the methodology validation for light filth in fruit pulp – M. N. Dimov, M. B. Atui, A. M. Silva, M. A. M. Marciano, V. P. A. Franco, L. B. Chasin, L. A. Silva, M. I. A. Fioravanti, M. M. L. Oliveira 485
Evaluation of contamination for extraneous materials in “sun meat” sold in the “houses of the north” in the municipality of Diadema (SP, Brazil) – T. A. Mennuci, M. A. M. Marciano, M. B. Atui, A. Poli Neto, P. M. L. Germano 489
Assessment of hygienic conditions of ground pepper (Piper nigrum L.) on the market in São Paulo city, by means of two methodologies for detecting the light filth – M. B. Atui, M. J. Castejon, R. Yamashiro, T. De Lucca, P. W. Flinn 495
Toxigenic fungi in maize (maize) stored in hermetic plastic bags – C. Castellari, F. Marcos Valle, J. Mutti, L. Cardoso, R. Bartosik 501
Monitoring carbon dioxide concentration for early detection of spoilage in stored grain – D. E. Maier, L. H. Channaiah, A. Martinez-Kawas, J. S. Lawrence, E. V. Chaves, P. C. Coradi, G. A. Fromme 505
Aspergillus flavus infection and aflatoxin contamination in peanuts stored at wholesale and retail levels in Bandung, Bogor and Jakarta (West Java, Indonesia) – O. S. Dharmaputra, I. Retnowati, S. Ambarwati 510
Multivariate analysis of the temporal changes of fungal communities in unsafe storage conditions of some common wheat varieties in relation to relative humidity level and rice weevil infestation – F. Fleurat-Lessard, R. Fourar-Belaifa, Z. Bouznad 518
Effect of essential oils from Eucalyptus on the growth of aflatoxigenic species – E. M. Da Gloria, B. Mengai, G. Steffen Almeida, N. C. Cuccovia Mazzotti, C. Tadeu dos Santos Dias, R. Moreira e Moreira, I. Gomes Viera, M. F. G. F. Da Silva, S. Cruz Silva, M. A. Calori Domingues 527
Aflatoxin control and prevention strategies in maize for Sub-Saharan Africa – K. Hell, C. Mutegi, P. Fandohan 534
The use of essential oils to protect rice from storage fungi – A. Magro, O. Matos, M. Bastos, M. Carolino, A. Lima, A. Mexia 542
Ozone treatment effects on microbial count on maize – J. D. McClurkin, D. E. Maier 548
Bt maize: a tool for improving food safety of grains at harvest – C. Regnaut-Roger, L. Folcher, M. Delos, M. Jarry, A. Weissenberger, N. Eychenne 553
Effect of oxygen reducing atmospheres on the quality and safety of stored shelled Brazil nut packs – V. M. Scussel, A. C. Tanello, B. N. Giordano, D. Manfio, S. Galvão, M. N. F. Rodrigues 560
Reduction of in-shell Brazil nut (Bertholletia excelsa H.B.K.) aflatoxin contamination by ozone gas application during storage – B. N. E. Giordano, V. Simao, D. Manfio, S. Galvao, J. N. Scussel, V. M. Scussel 566
Use of technology radiation as a method of reducing the microorganism and conservation postharvest of caja during storage – J. M. Silva, L. C. S. A. Correira, N. P. De Moura, M. I. S. Maciel, H. P. Villar 573
Antifungal activity of extracts of Ocimum gratissimum and Aframomum danielli against moulds isolated from stored rice – S. A. Bankole, Y. M. Somorin 578
Can ozone fumigation effectively reduce aflatoxin B1 and other mycotoxins contamination on stored grain? – S. Wang, H. Liu, J. Lin, Y. Cao 582
Contribution of the light filth method to the Integrated Pest Management of a flour mill – P. Trematerra, S. Catalano 589
Biological control of stored-product insects in commodities, food processing facilities and museums – M. Schöller 596
Bio-rational control of red flour beetle Tribolium castaneum (Herbst) in stored wheat with Calneem® oil derived from neem seeds – C. Adarkwah, D. Obeng-Ofori, C. Büttner, C. Reichmuth, M. Schöller 607
Low temperature to control Plodia interpunctella and Stegobium paniceum – C. Adler 608
Repellent activity of two medicinal plant essential oils on Tribolium castaneum and Ephestia kuehniella – H. Akrami, S. Moharramipour, S. Imani 614
Potential of plant products as protectants of stored maize against Sitophilus zeamais Motschulsky (Coleoptera:Curculionidae) – C. Conceição, A. Barbosa, O. Matos, A. Mexia 615
Structural heat treatments against Tribolium castaneum (Herbst) (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae): effect of flour depth, life stage and floor. – M. Brijwani, B. Subramanyam, P. W. Flinn, M. R. Langemeier 622
Non-chemical alternative in rice storage: the use of refrigeration for insect control and quality maintenance of paddy rice – A. Barbosa, M. O. Carvalho, G. Barros, I. Pires, J. Riudavets, S. Navarro 628
The effect of ultraviolet C radiation on stored-product pests – D. A. Collins, L. Kitchingman 632
Survival of adults and larvae of grain beetles at lethal low temperature – P. A. Eliopoulos, G. Z. Prasodimou, A. V. Pouliou 637
Impact of kaolin-based particle film dusts on Callosobruchus maculatus (F.) and C. chinenesis (L.) after different storage periods of treated broad bean seeds – A. E.-G. M. Mahmoud, O. A. El-Sebai, A. A. Shahen, A. A. Marzouk 638
The effect of diapause, cold acclimation and ice-nucleating bacteria on the coldhardiness of Plodia interpunctella. – P. G. Fields, B. Timlick 647
Insecticidal properties of whole meal or protein extracts of the bean seeds Phaseolus vulgaris L. on juvenile stages of Callosobruchus maculatus (F.) (Coleoptera: Bruchidae) – F. Mouhouche, F. Karbache, F. Fleurat-Lessard 654
Heat treatment: A viable methyl bromide alternative for managing stored-product insects in food-processing facilities – R. Hulasare, B. Subramanyam, P. G. Fields, A. Y. Abdelghany 661
Suppression of the population of Lasioderma serricorne in stored tobacco by relocation of warehouses to cooler areas. – T. Imai 668
The control of the drugstore beetle, Stegobium paniceum (Coleoptera: Anobiidae) with high and low temperatures – A. Abdelghany, S. S. Awadalla, N. F. Abdel-Baky, H. A. EL-Syrafi, P. G. Fields 671
Egg removal device for the management of three stored product pests – S. A. Jayaprakash, S. Mohan, K. Ramaraju 673
Development and comparison of two models to predict survival rates of young larvae of Stegobium paniceum (L.) (Coleoptera: Anobiidae) under heat treated temperatures – F. Jian, D. S. Jayas, P. G. Fields, A. Y. Abdelghany 678
Radio frequency treatments for insect disinfestation of dried legumes – J. A. Johnson, S. Wang, J. Tang 688
Effectiveness of flameless catalytic infrared radiation against life stages of three stored-product insect species in stored wheat – M. Khamis, B. Subramanyam, H. Dogan, P. W. Flinn, J. A. Gwirtz 695
Laboratory evaluation of diatomaceous earth against main stored product insects – M. Kostyukovsky, A. Trostanetsky, M. Menasherov, G. Yasinov, T. Hazan 701
Analysis of monoterpenoids in inclusion complexes with ß-cyclodextrin and study on ratio effect in these microcapsules. – M. D. López, M. J. Pascual-Villalobos 705
Environmentally friendly technologies to maintain stored paddy rice quality – F. A. Lazzari, S. M. N. Lazzari, F. N. Lazzari 710
Contact and fumigant activity of 1,8-cineole, eugenol and camphor against Tribolium castaneum (Herbst) – A. Liska, V. Rozman, I. Kalinovic, M. Ivecic, R. Balicevic 716
Penetration ability of Holepyris sylvanidis into the feeding substrate of its host Tribolium confusum – S. Lorenz, C. Adler, C. Reichmuth 721
Liotryphon punctulatus (Ratzeburg, 1848) (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae) – a parasitoid of Ephestia kuehniella larvae – J. Lukas, V. Stejskal 726
Using aeration and insulation to reduce grain temperature in China grain warehouses – J. Lu, Q. Zhu, S. Jia, X. An, F. Wang 729
Insecticidal effect of anisaldehyde against Acanthoscelides obtectus and Callosobruchus maculatus (Coleoptera: Bruchidae) – A. F. Ndomo, L. A. Tapondjou, F. M. Tchouanguep 735
Distribution of insect pests and their natural enemies in a barley pile – C. Belda, J. Riudavets 741
Biological activity of essential oils of Alpinia conchigera rhizome against Sitophilus zeamais and Tribolium castaneum – D. Suthisut, P. G. Fields, A. Chandrapatya 746
Mass trapping of Ephestia kuehniella Zeller in a traditional flour mill – P. Trematerra, P. Gentile 748
Comparing flower nectar and artificial diet on the longevity and progeny production of Trichogramma turkestanica – A. S. Tuncbilek, N. Cinar, U. Canpolat 754
Suppression of Sitophilus zeamais Motschulsky by the ectoparasitoid, Anisopteromalus calandrae (Howard) – P. Visarathanonth, R. Kengkanpanich, J. Uraicheun, J. Thongpan 755
Progress in the development of a biopesticide for the structural treatment of grain stores – M. E. Wakefield, D. Moore, B. Luke, B. Taylor, C. G. Storm, D. A. Collins, P. Grammare, O. Potin 760
Study on the insecticidal activity compounds of the essential oil from Syzygium aromaticum against stored grain insect pests – L. Zeng, C. Z. Lao, Y. J. Cen, L. Zeng, G. W. Liang 766
Combination of Bacillus thuringiensis and Habrobracon hebetor for the biological control of Plodia interpunctella – R. O. Akinkurolere, H. Zhang 772
Residual insecticides, inert dusts and botanicals for the protection of durable stored products against pest infestation in developing countries – D. Obeng-Ofori 774
Residual efficacy of aerosols to control Tribolium castaneum and Tribolium confusum – F. H. Arthur 789
Management of the yam moth, Dasyses rugosella Stainton, a pest of stored yam tubers (Dioscorea spp.) using plant products – M. O. Ashamo 793
Effect of four powdered spices as repellents against adults of Rhyzopertha dominica (F.), Sitophilus granarius (L.) and Tribolium castaneum (Herbst) in laboratory conditions – N. Shayesteh, S. Ashouri 799
Efficacy of insecticides for control of stored-product psocids – C. G. Athanassiou, F. H. Arthur, J. E. Throne, G. P. Opit, M. M. Hasan, M. J. Aikins, T. W. Phillips, N. G. Kavallieratos 805
Efficacy of dust formulations of spinosad for controlling insects infesting stored wheat – E. L. Bonjour, G. P. Opit 815
Horizontal transfer of methoprene in Tribolium castaneum – A. M. Tucker, J. Campbell, F. H. Arthur, K. Y. Zhu 819
Deltamethrin residues through the food chain industries – C. Cognard 825
Cross-contamination of oilseeds by insecticide residues during storage – S. Dauguet, F. Fleurat-Lessard, J. Loison 827
Toxicity of powder and extracts of Zanthoxylum zanthoxyloides Lam (Rutaceae) root bark from Nigeria to three storage beetles – A. A. Denloye, W. A. Makanjuola, O. Ajelara, O. J. Akinlaye, R. A. Olowu, O. A. Lawal 833
A comparison of the effect of two diatomaceous earth formulations on Plodia interpunctella (Hübner) and the effect of different commodities on diatomaceous earth efficacy – B. Timlick, P. G. Fields 840
Altered proteolytic and amydolytic activity in insecticide-susceptible and -resistant strains of the maize weevil, Sitophilus zeamais – L. B. Silva, K. V. G. Lopes, M. G. A. Oliveira, R. N. C. Guedes 845
Physiological and behavioral resistance to esfenvalerate + fenitrothion in populations of the maize weevil, Sitophilus zeamais – A. S. Corrêa, E. M. G. Cordeiro, L. S. Braga, E. J. G. Peireira, R. N. C. Guedes 851
Long term effectiveness of the mixture of diatomaceous earth and deltamethrin on wheat – Z. Korunic, I. Kalinovic, A. Liska, D. Hamel 858
Laboratory evaluation of insecticidal effectiveness of a natural zeolite formulation against Sitophilus oryzae (L.), Rhyzopertha dominica (F.) and Tribolium castaneum (Herbst) in treated wheat – P. Kljajic, G. Andric, M. Adamovic, M. Pražic Golic 863
Susceptibility of red flour beetle Tribolium castaneum (Herbst) populations from Serbia to contact insecticides – G. Andric, P. Kljajic, I. Peric, M. Pražic Golic 869
Bioefficacy of plant derivatives on the repellency, damage assessment and progeny production of the cowpea weevil, Callosobruchus maculatus (F.) (Coleoptera: Bruchidae) – K. Murugan 874
Efficacy of diatomaceous earth and botanical powders against the maize weevil, Sitophilus zeamais Motschulsky (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) on maize – E. K. Nukenine, J. W. Goudoungou, C. Adler, C. Reichmuth 881
Australian national residue survey – closing the loop on pesticide residue risk management for Australian grain – I. Reichstein, K. Healy, A. James, B. Murray 888
A synergistic mixture of diatomaceous earth and deltamethrin to control stored grain insects – C. Korunic, V. Rozman 894
Field trials with the diatomaceous earth SilicoSec® for treatment of empty rooms and bulk grain – M. Schöller, C. Reichmuth 899
Efficacy of propionic acid against the granary weevil Sitophilus granarius (L.) – S. Lorenz 906
A novel natural insecticide molecule for grain protection – Y. Rajashekar, T. Shivanandappa 910
Human behaviour and application of residual insecticides to control storage and food industry pests – V. Stejskal, R. Aulický 916
Insecticidal action of the combined use of spinosad and deltamethrin against three storedproduct pests in two stored hard-wheat varieties. – B. J. Vayias, N. G. Kavallieratos, C. G. Athanassiou, G. Tatsi 919
Mortality and suppression of progeny production of Sitophilus oryzae (L.) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) and Tribolium confusum Jacquelin du Val (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) in seven different grains treated with an enhanced diatomaceous earth formulation – N. G. Kavallieratos, C. G. Athanassiou, B. J. Vayias, M. Boukouvala 923
Influence of temperature and relative humidity on the efficacy of diatomaceous earth and Metarhizium anisopliae (Metschinkoff) Sorokin (Hyphomycetes: Deuteromycotina) against Tyrophagus fatimii F. (Astigmata: Acaridae) – W. Wakil, M. U. Ghazanfar, F. Mustafa 930
Efficacy assessment of diatomaceous earth against Callosobruchus maculatus (F.) (Coleoptera: Bruchidae) on gram at different temperature and relative humidity regimes – W. Wakil, M. U. Ghazanfar, M. Ashfaq, K. Ali, T. Riasat 936
Effects of methoprene on extreme temperature tolerance and reproduction of Tribolium castaneum (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) – L. K. W. Wijayaratne, P. G. Fields 942
Evaluation of inert dusts against phosphine resistant strains of Cryptolestes ferrugineus – Y. Cao, Y. Li, G. Li 943
Study on the distribution of deltamethrin residues in stored wheat using sequential fractionation procedure – Y. Zhang, S. Wang 947
Optimizing heat treatments for management of stored-product insects in food-processing facilities – B. Subramanyam 948
Fluorescent non-toxic bait as a new method for black rat (Rattus rattus) monitoring – R. Aulický, M. Franková, P. Rödl, B. Eliášová, D. Frynta, V. Stejskal 950
Simulation model of the red flour beetle in flour mills – P. W. Flinn, J. F. Campbell, J. E. Throne, B. Subramanyam 953
African Postharvest Losses Information System – a network for the estimation of cereal weight losses – R. J. Hodges, M. Bernard, H. Knipschild, F. Rembold 956
Effect of storage management on free fatty acid content in dry cocoa beans – W. A. Jonfia-Essien, S. Navarro 963
Spatial distribution of stored grain insects in a rice storage and processing facility in Brazil – F. N. Lazzari, F. A. Lazzari, S. M. N. Lazzari, F. C. Ceruti 969
The potential of transgenic legumes in integrated bruchid management: assessing the impact on bruchid parasitoids – C. Lüthi, F. Álvarez-Alfageme, J. Romeis 977
Influence of Sanitation on Post-Fumigation Pest Rebound – L. Mason, W. Tsai, K. Ileleji 983
Post-harvest technology transfer to reduce on farm grain losses in Kitui district, Kenya – K. Mutambuki, C. M. Ngatia, J. N. Mbugua 984
Integrated control of Ephestia cautella (Walker) in a confectionary factory – S. Savoldelli, L. Süss 991
Arthropod monitoring in an automated pasta warehouse – S. Savoldelli, E. Bruschi 993
Early detection of insect infestation in stored grain based on head space analysis of volatile compounds – W. Laopongsit, G. Srzednicki 999
Summary of commercially available pheromones of common stored-product beetles – P. Swords, A. Van Ryckeghem 1004
Summary of commercially available pheromones of common stored product moths – P. Swords, A. Van Ryckeghem 1008
Protection of stored plant products from rodent pests using chlorophacinone – M. Vukša, S. Ðedovic, G. Jokic, B. Stojnic 1011
The development of grain storage scientific and technical research in China and relevant theory exploration – Z. Jin, W. Song, D. Guo, S. Lan, H. Xu, C. Tao, H. Wang, P. Tang 1016
Phaseout of methyl bromide as a fumigant – will PQS uses continue? – J. Banks 1023
Review of research on the control of pine wood nematode (Bursaphelenchus xylophilus) using the fumigant sulfuryl fluoride and current status for inclusion in ISPM No.15 – S. Buckley 1024
The use of hand-held computers (PDAs) to audit and validate eradication of a post-border detection of Khapra Beetle, Trogoderma granarium, in Western Australia – R. E. Emery, M. Chami, N. Garel, E. Kostas, D. C. Hardie 1031
A novel approach to limit the development of phosphine resistance in Western Australia – C. R. Newman 1038
Evaluation of ozone treatment in vacuum for in-shell Brazil nuts shipment and aflatoxins – V. M. Scussel, B. N. E. Giordano, V. Simao, D. Manfio, S. Galvao, J. N. Scussel 1045
Profitable chemical-free cowpea storage technology for smallholder farmers in Africa: opportunities and challenges – D. Baributsa, J. Lowenberg-DeBoer, L. Murdock, B. Moussa 1046
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