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Proceedings of the 11th International Working Conference
on Stored-Product Protection
(Table of Contents)

Full Citation:
Arthur, F.H; Kengkanpanich , R.; Chayaprasert, W.; Suthisut, D. (Eds.) Proceedings of the 11th International Working Conference on Stored Product Protection 24-28 November 2014 Chiang Mai, Thailand.
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Contents   iii
Preface xvii
Organizers xviii
Sponsors xix
Report Address xx
Opening Remarks xxi
Welcome Remarks xxiii
Closing Remarks xxiv
Great Speaker  
History of the International Working Conferences on Stored-Product Protection – James E. Throne 1
Current and future direction of stored product protection in Thailand – Salakpetch, S., Kongchuensin, M., Somboonkaew, N. 4
Session 1 : Emerging Global Issues in Stored Product Protection  
An emerging international picture of phosphine resistance: opportunities for global cooperation – Schlipalius, D.I., Ebert, P.R., Collins, P.J. 10
Phosphine resistance-the North American perspective – Phillips, T.W., Cato, A., Afful, E., Opit, G., Nayak, M. 15
Measuring food losses and their ecological footprint – a case study using rice value chains in Nigeria – Oguntade, A.E., Schuler, B., Thylmann, D. 16
Addressing food security and post-harvest loss reduction through stored product protection – Maier, D., Reddy, P., Kalita, P. 31
Food security challenges in Sub-Saharan Africa: The potential contribution of postharvest skills, science and technology in closing the gap – Mvumi, B.M.1, Stathers, T.E. 32
New approaches for tackling the khapra beetle – Eliopoulos, P.A. 44
Psocids as a global problem – Nayak, M.K. 45
Using meta-analysis to analyze efficacy data from multiple mill studies – Campbell, J., Buckman, K., Fields, P., Subramanyam, Bh. 50
A Study and Exploration of Grain Storage Modes of Chinese Farmers – Xu, S., Lan, S., Yan, X., Li, Y. 51
Session 2 : Biology, Ecology and Behavior  
Insect pest status in stored rice in a rice mill in Thailand – Chanbang, Y., Theanjumpol, P. 56
Cigarette beetle biology, behavior and ecology: host preference, host use and management – Mahroof, R.M., Phillips, T.W. 64
Genetics and genomics of Tribolium Medea elements – Chu, F., Klobasa, W.A., Lorenzen, M.D. 65
Factors affecting pheromone production and release in males of the red flour beetle, Tribolium castaneum (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) – Phillips, T.W., Aikins, M.J., Lu, Y. 73
Investigation of dispersal and spatio-temporal distributions of stored grain insects in Australia using ecological and molecular tools – Daglish, G.J., Ridley, A.W., Hereward, J.P., Emery, R.N., Holloway, J.C., Raghu, S., Walter, G.H. 74
Molecular studies of psocids in China: Recent advances – Wei, D.D., Li, T., Chen, S.C., Dou, W., Wang, J.J. 79
Chemotactic orientation of neonate larvae of the Indianmeal moth Plodia interpunctella and implications on integrated pest management – Adler, C. 88
Ability to penetrate through pasta packaging of the maize weevil, Sitophilus zeamais Motschulsky – Trematerra, P., Savoldelli, S. 89
To what extent does dispersal by insect flight influence the spatio-temporal dynamics of phosphine resistance? – Walter, G.H., Rafter, M.A., McCulloch, G.A., Daglish, G.J. 99
Volatile organic compounds mediating orientation of Callosobrucus maculatus (Fabricius, 1775) (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Bruchinae) towards dried green peas – Ndomo-Moualeu, A.F., Weissbecker, B., Ulrichs, C., Adler, C. 104
High temperatures effects on Cryptolestes ferrugineus (Stephens) movement and survival – Arlene-Christina, G.D., Jayas, D.S., Fields, P.G., Jian, F., White, N.D.G., Alagusundaram, K. 105
Infestation of Rhyzopertha dominica (F) first instars on sound and artificially-damaged hard red winter wheat kernels – Andrada, M., Subramanyam, Bh. 106
Biology and biointensive management of Acanthoscelides obtectus (Say) (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) – a pest of kidney beans wordwide – Thakur, D.R., Renuka 115
Determination of temperature-time combination for the control of Callosobruchus maculatus in pigeon pea – Loganathan, M., Prabakar, S., Alagusundaram, K. 127
Biology of the sawtoothed grain beetle, Oryzaephilus surinamensis (Linnaeus) on different stored products and its host associated genetic variability – Govindaraj, R., Mohankumar, S., Rajasekaran, B., Mohan, S. 128
Evaluation of the respiration rates of Sitophilus zeamais, Rhyzopertha dominica and Tribolium castaneum at three constant temperatures with and without a food source – Chotikasatian, C., Chayaprasert, W., Suthisut, D., Pathaveerat, S., Sukcharoen, A. 136
Host location and distribution of Anisopteromalus calandrae (Howard) (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae), a larval parasitoid of maize weevil, Sitophilus zeamais Motschulsky (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) – Sitthichaiyakul, S., Amornsak, W. 143
Reproduction of the parasitoid Anisopteromalus calandrae in the different developmental stages of Rhyzopertha dominica – Solΰ, M., Castaρι, C., Fraile, I., Riudavets, J. 149
Life table parameters of Cephalonomia tarsalis (Hymenoptera: Bethylidae) parasitizing the saw-toothed grain beetle Oryzapehilus surinamensis (Coleoptera : Silvanidae) – Eliopoulos, P.A., Hardy, I.C.W., Kapranas, ?., Givropoulou, ?.G. 150
Inhibitory effects of validamycin on trehalase enzyme and wing development in the red flour beetle, Tribolium castaneum – Tatun, N., Tungjitwitayakul, J., Mektrirat, R., Sakurai, S. 151
Olfactory response of Cryptolestes turcicus (Grouvelle) to six varieties of grain – Hao, G.H., Zeng, L., Zeng, L. 152
Expression of heat shock protein genes during development and after temperature stress in the maize weevil, Sitophilus zeamais Motschulsky – Tungjitwitayakul, J., Tatun, N., Vajarasathira, B., Sakurai, S. 158
Resistance of three energy bar packages to penetration by Plodia interpunctella (H?bner) larvae – Scheff, D., Subramanyam, Bh., Sehgal, B., Dogan, H. 159
Interspecific interactions between beetles in multi-species infestations – Hayles, J.C., Johnson, L., Losic, D. 166
Session 3 : Monitoring and Sampling
Monitoring and sampling tools for stored product insects should reach endusers – an analysis – Mohan, S. 180
Detecting insect infestation in stored wheat grain using solid phase microextraction (SPME) – Laopongsit, W., Srzednicki, G., Craske, J. 185
Presence and distribution of red flour beetles in a city neighborhood surrounding a grain-?cleaning facility – Subramanyam, Bh., Sehgal, B. 191
Identification of species and geographical strains of Sitophilus oryzae and Sitophilus zeamais using VIS/NIR hyperspectral imaging technique – Cao, Y., Zhang, C., Chen, Q.S., Li, Y.Y., Qi, S., Tian, L., Ren,Y.L. 196
Still on the way: the molecular identification of stored-product psocids – Li, Z.H. 215
Study on Application of prevention of stored grain pests based on new integrated type of trap forecasting – Qi, C., Shen, B., Li, Y.Y., Cao, Y., Du, B., Gao, B. 216
Performance of an acoustic analysis system for the detection, species identification and estimation of population density of adult beetles in stored wheat: potentialities and limitations – Eliopoulos, P.A., Potamitis, E., Givropoulou, E.G., Kontodimas, D.C. 221
The occurrence and abundance of insect pests infesting stored wheat grains in diferrent climatic zones of Turkey – I??kber, A.A., Er, M.K., Tunaz, H., Bozkurt, H., Ayd?n, Z., Ero?lu, S. 222
Qualitative analysis of Sitophilus granarius (L.) using real-time PCR – Furui, S., Miyanoshita, A., Imamura, T., Minegishi, Y., Kokutani, R., Murai, T. 228
Improving detection and identification of five common internal grain pests by molecular methods – Sol?, M., Agust?, N., Riudavets, J. 229
Session 4 : Engineering for Stored Product Protection
Insect detection and density estimation in stored grain bins: is it a needle in a haystack or an elephant in a room? – Jian, F., Jayas, D.S., White, N.D.G., Fields, P.G. 230
Effect of Rhyzopertha dominica (F.) infestations on the bulk wheat flowability – Bian, Q., Ambrose, K., Bhadriraju, S. 246
Modeling phosphine distribution in grain storage bunkers – Boac, J.M., Casada, M.E., Lawrence, J., Plumier, B., Maier, D.E., Ambrose, R.P.K. 256
The current situation and development of grain storage technologies and facilities for Chinese farmers – Li, F., Cao, Y., Shi, T., Wu, Y., Tian, L. 264
Testing of cross ventilation system in granary – Cao, Y., Zhao, H., Shi, T., Li, F., Wei, L., Wu, Z. 270
Conservation of stored grain cooling – Braunbeck, C.M. 279
Deep bed bulk drying characteristics of black gram – Kavitha Abirami, C.V., Alagusundaram, K., Anandakumar, S.,Alice RPS, J., Gajendra, U.K. 288
In-bin natural air drying of corn with IntegrisPro automated fan and heater control – Singh, C.B., Larson, R. 289
The development of grain storage technology in China – Shengbin, L., Keqiang, L., Cheng, T., Yue, L., Wanwu, L. 290
Lowering paddy temperature with mechanical aeration guided by CAE model and aeration window – Li, X., Wu, Z., Wu, X., Yin, S., Shi, T., Jiang, P. 294
Session 5 : Fumigation, Hermetic Storage and Modified Atmospheres  
Hermetic storage for those who need it most - subsistence farmers – Murdock, L.L., Baributsa, D. 310
Worldwide developments in ultra hermetic? storage and solar drying technologies – De Bruin, T., Villers, P., Navarro, S. 324
The biological and physical aspects of hermetic storage: A critical review – Navarro, S., Navarro, H. 337
Evaluation of triple layer hermetic storage bag (PICS) against Prostephanus truncatus and Sitophilus zeamais – Mutambuki, K., Affognon, H., Baributsa, D. 355
Quality evaluation of paddy seed used at Ch?kw? and Macia, Mozambique, and the use of hermetic storage as a convincing approach for rice farmers – Cossa, V., Guenha, R., Lima, A., Muocha, I., Carvalho, M.O. 363
Effect of hermetic storage on end-use quality of mungbean – Prasantha, B.D.R., Prasadi, V.P.N. , Wimalasiri, K.M.S. 373
Effect of hermetic facilities on stored maize insect infestation and grain quality – Chigoverah, A.A., Mvumi, B.M., Kebede, A.T., Tefera, T. 385
Comparison of toxicity between ethanedinitrile (EDN) and methyl bromide (MB) to five species of stored product insects – Ren, Y.L., Agarwal, M., Lee, B.H., Thalavaisundaram, S. 397
Efficacy of propylene oxide in combination with carbon dioxide against eggs of postharvest insect pests at normal atmospheric pressure – Gautam, S.G., Walse, S., Tebbets, J.S., Opit, G.P. 398
The FAST system new technology for fumigant disposal and scrubbing of fumigants – Mueller, D., Swords, P., Vanryckeghem, A. 407
Commercial fumigation of stored products with a propylene oxide, carbon dioxide, and sulfuryl fluoride mixture – Jimenez, R.L., Tebbets, J.S., Opit, G.P., Gautam, S.G., Walse, S.S. 408
Comparative performance of Pistachio nut fumigation in sealed metal silos using VAPORPH3OS? Phosphine fumigant - Horn diluphos system and aluminum phosphide pellets – DePalo, M., Christenson, C., Horn, T., Glover, S. 416
Fumigation of non gas-tight buildings and horizontal structures using continuous phosphine injection – Rogers, M., Horn, F., Horn, P., Horn, T. 417
Sorption and desorption of sulfuryl fluoride into wheat and flour – Hwaidi, M., Collins, P.J., Sissons, M., Pavic, H., Nayak, M.K. 429
Web based fumigation monitoring for stored product protection – Glennon, D., Caravello, A., Ottmar, S., Wells, I. 438
Prediction of half-loss times of fumigations in a model silo by the superposition method – Nukham, K., Chayaprasert, W., Sukcharoen, A. 439
Fumigation monitoring instruments for phosphine, sulfuryl fluoride, methyl bromide and carbon dioxide – Shashank, N., Naik, R.C., Shroff, R.D. 448
PCR markers for phosphine resistance in grain beetles: tools for detecting strong resistance genotypes – Chen, Z., Schlipalius, D., Phillips, T.W. 452
Inheritance of resistance to phosphine in the rusty grain beetle, Cryptolestes ferrugineus (Stephens) – Jagadeesan, R., Nayak, M.K., Pavic, H., Collins, P.J., Schlipalius, D.I., Ebert, P.R. 453
Levels of phosphine resistance in rusty grain beetles, Cryptolestes ferrugineus (Stephens) (Coleoptera: Laemophloeidae), from stored wheat in Oklahoma – Konemann, C.E., Opit, G.P., Gautam, S.G., Bajracharya, N.S., Shakya, K. 461
Effective control of resistant rusty grain beetle during commercial fumigation of corn using VAPORPH3OS? phosphine fumigant in Isabela Philippines – Tumambing, J., Mallari, R., Maningas, G., Salazar, G. 468
Developing sulfuryl fluoride as a ‘phosphine resistance breaker’ – the Australian experience – Nayak, M.K., Jagadeesan, R., Kaur, R., Daglish, G.J., Reid, R., Pavic, H., Smith, L., Collins, P.J. 475
Study on effective fumigation in Indian warehouses – Alice, J.R.P.S., Kavitha-Abirami, C.V., Alagusundaram, K., Chakraborty, A., Chadda, I. 480
Effectiveness of low pressure to control azuki bean weevil, Calosobruchus chinensis (L.) (Col: Bruchidae) – Mortazavi, H., Ferizli, A.G. 488
Efficacy of ozone against stored grain insect species in wheat: laboratory and field observations – Subramanyam, Bh., E, X., Savoldelli, S., Sehgal, B., Maier, D.E., Ren, Y.L. 489
Requirements for practical use of ozone in storage silos for control of all stages of internal and external feeders in stored products - Recent scientific results and their possible application – Hansen, L.S., Hansen, P., Jensen, K.-M.V. 499
Fumigating grain storages with phosphine – Fitzpatrick, K. 500
Using trap and kill to successfully manage phosphine-resistant populations of rusty grain beetle, Cryptolestes ferrugineus (Stephens), in bulk grain – Wang, D., Cao, Y., Su, J., Huang, Z., Lu, Q. 501
UltraPhos: high purity phosphine – revisited – Ryan, R.F., Nicolson, J. 510
On-site mixing of phosphine – continuous improvements – Ryan, R.F., Shore, W.P., Nicolson, J. 523
Efficacy of fumigant hydrogen cyanide to control Tribolium confusum under laboratory and field conditions – Stejskal, V., Liskova, J., Simbera, J., Kucerova, Z., Aulicky, R. 531
Inheritance and characterization of strong resistance to phosphine in Australian Sitophilus oryzae (L.) – Nguyen, T., Collins, P., Ebert, P. 532
An introduction to treatment of methyl bromide waste stocked in grain storage enterprises of China – Daolin, G., Yue, L., Xiaoping, Y., Hao, Z., Jian, Y., Shengwei, X. 533
Evaluation of Australian sealed silo technology under U.S. conditions – Maier, D.E., Cook, S.A.L. 541
Modeling the efficacy of ambient aeration strategies in a grain silo under Eastern Australian weather conditions – Plumier, B., Boac, J., Casada, M., Maier, D., Ambrose, R.P.K. 542
The efficacy of modified atmosphere to control Tribolium confusum under various temperature regimes – Aulicky, R., Kucerova, Z., Plachy, J., Kolar, V., Stejskal, V. 543
Application of nitrogen controlled atmosphere in grain storage in China – Haojie, L., Jian, Y., Pengcheng, F., Xiaoping, Y. 544
Is low-oxygen CA applicable to phosphine-resistant cigarette beetles? – Fukazawa, N., Imai, T., Takahashi, R. 548
Chemical control of pest insects in stored product protection in Germany- Present Situation and Challenges - – Kroos, G.M., Klementz, D.W. 554
Session 6 : Grain Quality and Food Safety  
Responding to the current food crisis: better grain quality for postharvest loss reduction in Sub-Saharan Africa – Hodges, R.J. 561
Utilizing the African postharvest loss information system (APHLIS) in feed the future countries – Cook, S.A.L., Maier, D.E. 582
Inorganic compounds at regular and nanoparticle size and their anti-toxigenic fungi activity – Savi, G.D., Scussel, V.M. 589
Ozone treatment efficiency on toxigenic fungi and mycotoxins decontamination from post-harvest wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) grains – Savi, G.D., Bittencourt, K.O., Stein, S.M., Santos, K., Martins, C., Scussel, V.M. 599
Assessing Purdue improved crop storage (PICS) bags to mitigate fungal growth and aflatoxin contamination – Woloshuk, C., Baributsa, D., Williams, S.B. 611
Food losses in the value chain of potatoes in Kenya – Sigrid, G., Wachira, K., Gladys, M., Schuler, B. 612
Prevalence of fungal infections in pest insects of stored wheat in Turkey – Er, M.K., Isikber, A.A., Tunaz, H., άcόk, C., Aydin, F., Φz, A. 626
Study on changes of maize respiration rate under different temperature conditions – Wu, F., Yan, X., Fu, P., Zhou, H., Zhang, J., Xu, S. 631
Cocoa (Theobroma cacao L.) bean processing and storage conditions control for safe chocolate products – Kreibich, H.H., Moecke, E., Scussel, V.M. 639
Improvement of stored Brazil nuts (Bertholletia excelsa H.B.K.) quality by ozone gas – Giodano, B., Savi, G., Piacentini, K., Scussel, V.M 651
Wheat grains storage protection against toxigenic fungi and mycotoxins through ozone gas and its effects on grains germination – Savi, G.D., Souza, S.R., Stein, S.M., Santos, K., Martins, C., Scussel, V.M. 661
Study on the safe moisture content during paddy rice storage – Feng, Y., Wang, S., Xu, S., Chen, S., Liao, Z. 670
Reduction of aflatoxin B1 in corn and peanut by plant extracts – Chinaphuti, A., Wanasirakul, S., Aukkasarakul, S. 677
Control of charcoal rot disease in blackgram caused by Macrophomina phaseolina – Phruetthithep, C., Masari, A., Boonsak, C., Thanomsub, S., Ngampongsai, S., Traisiri, A. 678
Study on the changes of deoxynivalenol content in wheat flour processed by different methods – Yongjian, F., Heng, S., Zilong, L. 682
Session 7 : Museum Pests  
The use of thermal control against insect pests of cultural property – Strang, T.J.K. 690
Museum as natural pest habitat – classification of common species and means of their detection – Štefcovα, P., Kotyk, M., Valach, J., Frankl, J., Juliš, K. 724
Trogoderma variable: a model species for control of Dermestids in museums – Arthur, F.H., Kelley, P. 725
Using risk zones in museums as part of an IPM programme – Ryder, S., Mendez, A. 729
Blaptica dubia Serville (Blattodea, Blaberidae) a biodeteriorating agent of photographic materials – Adamo, M., Cotellessa, G., Mat?, D., Trematerra, P. 734
Session 8 : Residual Insecticides  
Residual insecticides in stored product arthropods: anything amiss? – Guedes, R.N.C., Guedes, N.M.P., Rodrigues, A.S. 744
A review: Insecticidal potential of Zeolite (Clinoptilolite), toxicity ratings and general properties of Turkish Zeolites – Eroglu, N. 755
A rapid method for analysis of multi-OPPs residues in wheat by HS-SPME-GC-FPD/MSD – Du, X., Ren, Y.L. 768
Is combining different grain protectants a solution to problems caused by resistant populations of stored-product insects? – Kljajic, P., Kavallieratos, N.G., Athanassiou, C.G., Andric, G. 781
Effect of Spinosad on the heat tolerance and cold tolerance of Sitophilus oryzae (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) – Wijayaratne, L.K.W. 794
Efficacy of four diatomaceous earth formulations against Callosobruchus maculatus (F.) (Coleoptera: Bruchidae) on cowpea – Kabir, B.G.J., Wulgo, M.A. 798
Effectiveness of layer treated wheat with deltamethrin against the lesser grain borer and the granary weevil – Sansur, T., Istek, S., Ferizli, A.G. 807
Variation in the susceptibility of stored-product insects from five locations to two diatomaceous earth and botanical based formulations – Korunic, Z., Almasi, R., Andric, G., Kljajic, P., Fields P.G., Wakil, W., Ziaee, M. 808
The use of ACTELLIC smoke generators to control a range of storage pests in grain and cereal stores – Dale, N., Healey, K. 819
Insecticidal efficacy of diatomaceous earth against Sitophilus zeamais Motschulsky (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) on stored maize in Thailand – Noosidum, A., Sangprajan, S. 820
Grain protection with admixed inert dusts (diatomaceous earth): exploring key parameters for improving the efficacy of wet application – Johnson, L., Kumar, C., Hayles, J. Losic, D. 828
Session 9 : Integrated Pest Management  
The present and the future of the use of mating disruption for the control of stored product insects – Athanassiou, C. 841
Low temperature to control insects in grain bins and flour mills – Fields, P.G., Abdelghany, A.Y. 842
Technology transfer of IPM tactics – Hosoda, E.K. 843
IPM successes and trials – Ryder, S., Mendez, A. 844
Research toward developing IPM systems for the ham mite, Tyrophagus putrescentiae, following the phase-out of methyl bromide – Phillips, T.W., Abbar, S., Amoah, B. 850
Improving food security and food safety of smallholder farmers in the Western Highlands of Guatemala through reduction of post-harvest losses in corn – Bianchini, A., Campabadal, C., Sabillσn, L., Maier, D., Reddy, V., Mahroof, R., Ellis, J. 851
Analysis of smallholder farmer postharvest pest management systems in Uganda - challenges and opportunities – Talwana, H.L., Muyinza, H., Otim, M.H., Kyamanywa, S., Agona, A. 852
Evaluating the profitability of on-farm storage pest management in developing countries – Jones, M., Alexander, C. 853
Assessment of maize postharvest losses in the Middle Belt of Ghana – Opit, G.P., Campbell, J., Arthur, F., Armstrong, P., Osekre, E., Washburn, S., Baban, O., McNeill, S., Mbata, G., Ayobami, I., Reddy, P.V. 860
Reducing losses and improving actor incomes in Bangladesh’s postharvest rice value chains: Initial assessment results and recommendations for the future – Schmidley, A., Choudhury, M., Salahuddin, A., Maier, D. E. 869
Enhancing food security in Ethiopia through reduction of postharvest losses and food wastes – Subramanyam, Bh., Mahroof, R.M., Washburn, S., Reddy, P.V., Ambrose, K.R., Maier, D. 870
Aerosol efficacy and direct and indirect exposure of flour beetles – Arthur, F.H., Campbell, J.F., Zhu, K.Y., Kharel, K. 871
Impact of a novel tool, ZeroFly? Storage Bags, within multi country field trials; controlling key target post-harvest storage pests on various commodities – Baban, O., Bingham Zivanovic, G.V. 877
Food-grade inert dust as structural treatment against insect pests – Zhang, T., Cao, Y.1, Li, Y.Y., Gao, Y.-S., Feng J.H. 883
Nemapogon granellus (L.) pest on corks of wine bottles stored for aging – Trematerra, P., Lucchi, A. 885
Laboratory evaluation of a synthetic zeolite against seven stored-grain insect species – Subramanyam, Bh., Lu, J., Sehgal, B. 894
Insecticide aerosols in storage IPM: biological efficacy and residues in air and food – Stejskal, V., Kocourek, V., Aulicky, R., Hajslova, J. 903
Evaluation of a heat treatment based on temperature profiles attained, trapping data, and bioassays – Frederick, J., Subramanyam, Bh., Dogan, H. 904
Designing and planning space with IPM in mind - The Darwin Centre phase two – Ryder, S., Mendez, A. 911
Control of maize weevil (Sitophilus zeamais Motschulsky) and lesser grain borer (Rhyzopertha dominica(F.)) by radio frequency – Uraichuen, J., Pedchote, A.,Radchabut, S.,Vearasilp, S. 912
An alternative technique of mating disruption in the control of Ephestia kuehniella Zell. (Lepidoptera Pyraloidea, Phycitidae) – Sόss, L., Cassani, G., Rosazza, F., Capizzi, A. 916
Session 10 : Quarantine and Regulatory  
Postharvest treatment research at USDA-ARS: stored product fumigation – Walse, S., Jimenez, L., Tebbets, J.S. 921
Alternative to methyl bromide for preshipment treatment of export fruits – Agarwal, M., Ren, Y.L., Newman, J., Stewart, L. 930
Residues and effects on the aroma profile of apples as result of phosphine fumigation – Klementz, D.W., Schubert, J., Flingelli, G., Jungnickel, H., Ulrich, D., Luch, A. 931
Evaluation of ethanedinitrile (EDN) as a methyl bromide alternative for eradication of European House Borer (EHB) – Emery, R.N., Ren, Y.L., Newman, J., Thalavaisundaram, S. 942
Residual efficacy of deltamethrin and ?-cyfluthrin against warehouse beetle, Trogoderma variabile Ballion (Coleoptera: Dermestidae) – Ghimire, M.N., Myers, S.W., Arthur, F.H., Phillips, T.W. 950
Evaluation of sulfuryl fluoride fumigation as a quarantine treatment for khapra beetle, Trogoderma granarium – Myers, S.W., Ghimire, M.N. 951
ECO2FUME? fumigation protocols for effective quarantine and pre-shipment treatment of export cut flowers in Turkey – Emekci, M., Ferizli, A.G., Goztas, R., Taner, A., Garnier, J.P. 952
Methyl bromide - Ten not frequently asked questions – De Hondt, M. 958
Effect of dose and different fumigation procedure of ethanedinitrile (EDN) on Ct (concentration ? time products) to control Japanese pine sawyer, Monochamus alternatus – Lee, B.H., Kim, B.S., Park, M.G, Park, C.G., Lee, S.M., Ren, Y.L. 959
Development of postharvest handling of longan for exporting – Apai, W., Jaroensuk, S., Likhittragulrung, S., Sukhvibul, N., Noppakoonwong, U. 964
Whiteflies inspection on vegetables by NIR Spectroscopy – Bangwaek, C. 965
Quick phosphine generation and recirculation in gastight structures for quarantine treatment – Navarro, H., Navarro, S., Finkelman, S. 966
Effects of extreme temperatures on the survival of the quarantine stored-product pest, Trogoderma granarium (Khapra beetle) – Wilches, D., Laird, R., Floate, K., Fields, P. 967
Large vertebrate preparation and quarantine facilities at the natural history museum, London, U.K – Mendez, A., Portela Miguez, R., Ryder, S. 968
Ethyl formate fumigation an overview update – Ryan, R.F, De Lima, C.P.F. 969
Evaluation of synergistic effect between ethyl formate and phosphine for control of three species Aphids in perishable commodity – Lee, B.H., Kim, B.S., Yang, J.O., Park, C.K., Ren, Y.L. 979
Session 11 : Natural Products/Essential Plant Oils  
Effectiveness of plant essential oils against insect and mite pests of stored products – Insung, A., Pumnuan, J. 985
Efficiency of Litsea cubeba essential oil and citral against Lasioderma serricorne and Stegobium paniceum adults – Suthisut, D., Noochanapai, P., Kengkanpanich, R., Pobsuk, P. 986
Natural insecticides from Ocotea longifolia Kunth. (Lauraceae) leaf essential oil against Sitophilus oryzae L. (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) – Prieto, J.A., Lσpez, M.D., Pascual-Villalobos, M.J. 997
Fumigation toxicity of three plant essential oils against Dermestes spp. larvae, (Coleoptera Dermestidae), a major pest of dried fish in the Tropics – Wilane, D., Gueye, S., Gueye-N'Diaye, A., Seck, D. 1005
Efficacy of phyto-oils and speedbox for the control of Callosobrochus maculatus – Shaaya, E., Kostyukovsky, M. 1012
The use of solar energy and citrus peel powder to control cowpea beetle Callosobruchus maculatus (F.) (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) – Fawki, S., Abdel Fattah, H.M., Hussein, M.A., Ibrahim M.M., Soliman, A.K., Salem, D.A.M. 1022
Persistence of Cameroonian neem seed oil on Callosobruchus maculatus and Sitophilus zeamais and the degradation of its Azadirachtin A on treated maize and cowpea – Tofel, H.K., Nukenine, N.E., Stδhler, M., Cornel, A. 1034
In vitro large screening of bioactive compounds of botanical origin for antifungal activity against two mycotoxigenic fungi of wheat: Aspergillus westerdijkiae and Fusarium graminearum – Fleurat-Lessard, F., Bergougnoux, M., Debourdeau, G., Barreau, C. 1045
Liquid formulations of monoterpenoids as structural treatments for store rooms – Pascual-Villalobos, M.J., Zarrad, K.,Castaρι, C., Riudavets, J. 1061
Bioactivities of Annona muricata L. leaf extracts against Sitophilus oryzae L. (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) – Vanichpakorn, P., Vanichpakorn, Y., Kulvijitra, R., Ding, W. 1071
Toxicity and repellency of ethanol extracts of Annona reticulate L. seed and leaf against Callosobruchus maculatus (F.) (Coleoptera: Bruchidae) – Vanichpakorn, Y., Vanichpakorn, P., Kulvijitra, R., Ding, W. 1080
Toxicity of two volatile bioactives, S-carvone and linalool, on five natural enemies of stored product pests – Riudavets, J., Castaρι, C., Pascual-Villalobos, M.J. 1089
Fumigant toxicity of some plant derived essential oils aga?nst all life stages of confused flour beetle, Tribolium confusum Duval, (Coleoptera:Tenebrionidae) – Tavukηu, A., Isikber, A.A., Tursun, N., Saglam, Φ. 1090
Contact activities of Delonix regia (Bojer ex Hook.) Raf., Senna tora (L.) Roxb. and Leucaena glauca (Willd.) Benth. seed crude extracts against maize weevil, Sitophilus zeamais Motschulsky – Yongram, J., Auamcharoen, W., Chandrapatya, A. 1091
Contact toxicity of sweet flag rhizome (Acorus calamus  L.) crude extracts on maize weevil, Sitophilus zeamais Motschulsky – Pancharoen, S., Chandrapatya, A., Auamcharoen, W. 1099
Effects of phosphine and extracted plant powder on seed quality and storage pests control – Yanaso, P., Lawanprasert , A., Thawong, P., Prasertsak, A. 1104
Fumigation and residual contact toxicity of lemon grass, betel vine, myrtle grass and clove essential oils against stored product mite, Tyrophagus sp. – Pumnuan, J., Nuchpo, A., Insung, A. 1113
Repellent effect and ovipositional inhibition of essential oil formulas from star anise (Illicium verum) and dill (Anethum graveolens) against adult of red flour beetle (Tribolium castaneum (Herbst)) and saw-toothed grain beetle (Oryzaephilus surinamensi – Jawsuwanwong, K., Pumnuan, J., Insung, A. 1118
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