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Proceedings of the 4th International Working Conference
on Stored-Product Protection
(Table of Contents)

Full Citation:
Donahaye, E.; Navarro, S. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 4th International Working Conference on Stored-Product Protection, 21-26 September 1986, Tel Aviv, Israel. Maor-Wallach Press, Jerusalem, Israel, 1987.
 
 
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Title Page i-ii
Foreword iii-iv
Table of Contents v-xii
 
SYMPOSIUM 1. BIOLOGICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL MEANS FOR PREVENTING INSECT AND MITE INFESTATIONS   1
Potential uses of host plant resistance Dobie, P. 2-13
Bacillus thuringiensis: A critical review McGaughey, W.H. 14-23
The use of pheromones in stored product protection: A U.K. view Pinniger, D.B.; Chambers, J. 24-34
Insect growth regulators Bengston, M. 35-46
Environmental manipulation as a physiological control measure Longstaff, B.C. 47-61
 
SYMPOSIUM 2. MICROFLORA AND MYCOTOXINS   62
The influence of water and temperature on moulding and mycotoxin production Lacey, J.; Magan, N.; Cuero, R.; Smith, J.E. 63-76
Oxygen consumption by a wet grain ecosystem in hermetic silos at various water activities Diawara, B.; Cahagnier, B.; Richard-Molard, D. 77-84
Susceptibility of cereal microflora to oxygen deficiency and carbon dioxide concentration. Richard-Molard, D.; Diawara, B.; Cahagnier, B. 85-92
Factors related to aflatoxin biosynthesis Fanelli, C.; Fabbri, A.A.; Panflli, G.; Passi, S. 93-110
Effect of antioxidants and free radical scavengers on aflatoxin production in vivo Passi, S.; De Luca, C.; Picardo, M.; Finotti, E.; Fabbri , A.A.; Panflli , G.; Fanelli, C. 111-126
 
SYMPOSIUM 3. PHYSICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL   127
Towards rational controlled atmosphere dosage schedules: A review of current knowledge Annis, P.C. 128-148
Some biological and physical constraints to the use of heat and cold for disinfesting and preserving stored products Evans, D.E. 149-164
Impact, physical removal and exclusion for insect control in stored products Banks, H.J. 165-184
Stored-product irradiation studies in Brazil (Abstract) Wiendl, F.M. 185
Effect of irradiation and exposure to nitrogen on mortality of adults of Tribolium confusum J.Du V. Buscarlet, LA.; Aminian, B.; Bali, C. 186-193
Low oxygen content to control stored product insects Reichmuth, C. 194-207
Practical approach to purging grain with low oxygen atmosphere for disinfestation of large wheat bins against the granary weevil, Sitophilus granarius Fleurat Lessard, F.; Le Torc'h, J.M. 208-217
 
SYMPOSIUM 4. ENGINEERING ASPECTS IN STORED PRODUCT PROTECTION   218
Cold preservation of grain Brunner, H. 219-229
The response of non-ventilated grain to environmental temperature Thorpe, G.R.; Nguyen, T.V. 230-242
Wall pressures in grain storages Moysey, E.B. 243-253
Design formulae for aeration ducts Hunter, A.J. 254-260
Disinfestation of grain with heated air Sutherland, J.W.; Evans, D.E.; Fane, A.G.; Thorpe, G.R. 261-274
The influence of elevator construction practices on insect control Van Loon, J.B. 275-279
 
SYMPOSIUM 5. PESTICIDES AND FUMIGANTS FOR PREVENTION OF STORAGE LOSSES   280
The role of residual pesticides in stored-product insect control Champ, B.R.; Ryland, G.J. 281-287
Integration of new pest control technologies into the post harvest grains sector of developing countries Picar, G.D. 288-301
Resistance to anticoagulant rodenticides: The problem and its management Smith, R.H.; Greaves, J.H. 302-315
The response of insects to fumigant concentration gradients Bell, C.H. 316-326
Investigations on adverse properties of the fumigants methyl bromide and phosphine. 1. Residues of methyl bromide in fumigated commodities Bond, E.J. 327-334
Strategies for effective use of phosphine as a grain fumigant and the implications of resistance Winks, R.G. 335-344
Sensitization of insects to fumigation techniques, including reduced pressure Navarro, S.; Donahaye, E. 345-351
 
SYMPOSIUM 6. GRAIN STORAGE IN TROPICAL AND SUBTROPICAL CLIMATES   352
Food storage problems in areas of surplus and deficit cereal production (Abstract) Calverley, D.J.B. 353
The role of grain stocks in national food security in tropical developing countries (Abstract) Gray, J.G. 354
The influence of storage on quality criteria of tropical grains Faure, J. 355-384
 
SYMPOSIUM 7. THE FUTURE OF STORED PRODUCT PROTECTION   385
A global view of arthropod pest status in relation to changing storage and marketing practice Conway, J.A. 386-394
The importance of specific mould identification in relation to mycotoxins Kozakiewicz-Lawrence, Z. 395-406
Maintaining insecticide susceptibility in stored grain pests Prickett, A.J. 407-417
New insect pheromone, erectin-like substances Yamamoto, I. 418-424
 
SUBMITTED PAPER SESSION A: BIOLOGY OF STORAGE INSECTS, MITES, RODENTS AND MICROFLORA   425
Oviposition, competition and population dynamics in storage insects Smith, R.H. 426-433
Changes in species composition of an insect population on stored corn (Abstract) Arbogast, R.T. 434
The growth of laboratory populations of Sitophilus, Rhyzopertha, and Sitotroga on sorghum seeds under ambient and humidity-controlled conditions in northern Nigeria Ayertey, J.N.; Ibitoye, J.O. 435-446
Effects of harvesting and drying on maize weevil population in field-infested corn Keever, D.W.; Wiseman, B.R.; Widstrom, N.W. 447-453
Occurrence and toxicological activity of molds on cereals stored in airtight containers Schulz, F.A.; Ceynowa, J. 454-462
Unplanned factors affecting population size in laboratory populations of the almond moth Ephestia cautella (Walker) Kamin-Belsky, N.; Wool, D.; Brower, J.H. 463-469
Genetic modification of malathion resistance in almond moth populations by immigration of susceptible males (Absract) Brower, J.H.; Wool, D.; Kamin-Belsky, N. 470
Life history of Callosobruchus chinensis (L.) (Coleoptera: Bruchidae) Yoshida, T.; Igarashi, H.; Shinoda, K. 471-477
Biological notes on Aglossa caprealis (Hubner) (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) Trematerra, P. 478-484
Attraction of selected organic compounds to Carpoglyphus lactis (Abstract) Boczek, J.; Davis, R. 485
Insecticide resistance in some Australian populations of Oryzaephilus surinamensis, the sawtoothed grain beetle Wallbank, B.E.; Rose, H.A. 486-491
Resistance of freeze-dried products to some infesting insects Domenichini, G.; Bertonazzi, M.C. 492-496
Strategy for bio-integrated control of Prostephanus truncatus (Horn) (Col., Bostrichidae) Schulz, F.A.; Laborius, G.A. 497-503
Host-plant resistance to stored-product insects in varieties and hybrids of rice (Abstract) Cogburn, R.R.; Bollich, C.N. 504
Pheromones for monitoring and control of Indian-meal moth and Mediterranean flour moth infestations in flour mills and seed storage buildings (Abstract) Fleurat Lessard, F.; Mathon, B.; Siegfried, M.P. 505
Ecological status of host range and polymorphism in Bruchidae Pajni, H.R. 506-516
The genetic impact of immigrant males on resident populations of the Almond moth, Ephestia cautella (Abstract) Wool, D.; Brower, J.H.; Kamin-Belsky, N. 517
 
SUBMITTED PAPER SESSION B: SUPPRESSIOIN AND CONTROL OF STORAGE PESTS AND MICROFOLORA   518
Static fumigation with phosphine in large elevators Celaro, J.E.; Finamor, R.L.; Brandao, C.; Ghidini, R. 519-527
'Actellic' advantages for grain storage Deighton, J.M. 528-539
Effect of grain moisture on the biological activity of protectants on maize Samson, P.R.; Parker, R.J. 540-546
Effects of suboptimal temperature in Tribolium confusum and T. castaneum Davis, R.; Boczek, J.; Pankiewicz-Nowicka, D.; Kruk, M. 547-554
A review of tricalcium phosphate as an insect population suppressant: Research to application Davis, R.; Boczek, J. 555-558
Reducing susceptibility of horticultural commodities to chilling injury during cold treatment Hatton, T.T. 559-565
Control of Tribolium castaneum and Cryptolestes ferrugineus with the insect growth regulator fenoxycarb on wheat or structural surfaces White, N.D.G. 566-575
An automated system for monitoring fumigant concentrations in grain storage Williams, P.; Wegecsanyi, M.; Gross, S.A. 576-582
Effectiveness of new chitin synthesis inhibitors against some stored product pests Nawrot, J.; Czaplicki, E.; Sobotka, W. 583-590
Secondary plant metabolites with antifeeding activity and their effects on some stored product insects Nawrot, J.; Harmatha, J.; Bloszyk, E. 591-597
A process for treating bulk commodities with phosphine Friemel, W. 598-605
Control of some Lepidoptera phycitidae infesting stored-products with synthetic sex pheromone in Italy Suss, L.; Trematerra, P. 606-611
 
POSTER SESSION   612
Toxicological and biochemical aspects of novel acylureas on resistant and susceptible strains of Tribolium castaneum Ishaaya, I.; Yablonski, S.; Ascher, K.R.S. 613-622
Experience with a new stored grain pest in Togo and Benin: The larger grain borer, Prostephanus truncatus (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae) Krall, S. 623-629
Determination of phosphine concentrations with an electrochemical cell Ducom, P.; Bourges, C. 630-635
Use of carbon dioxide for control of Mus musculus in storage (Abstract) Hamel, D. 636
Effectiveness of organophosphorus insecticides against stored product insects in wheat (Abstract) Hamel, D. 637
Detection of internally feeding stored product insects in grain by sound detectors (Abstract) Vick, K.W.; Webb, J.C. 638
The effect of low doses of methoprene on Ephestia cautella development (Abstract) Pisarev, V. 639
Rodent control in stored products (Abstract) Buckle, A.P.; Rampaud, M. 640
Survey of mold flora and deoxinivalenol contamination in corn imported to Israel (Abstract) Muszkat, L.; Paster, N.; Barkai-Golan, R. 641
Aflatoxin formation in acid-treated grains traced by analysis of Aflatoxin M1 in milk Pettersson, H. 642
Development of a rapid method to determine insect infestation in grain bins with electroacoustic devices Fleurat Lessard, F.; Andrieu, A.J. 643
 
CLOSING SESSION   644
REPORTS BY SYMPOSIA CONVENERS
SYMPOSIUM 1: Biological and physiological means for preventing insect and mite infestations Evans, D.E. 645
SYMPOSIUM 2: Microflora and mycotoxins Fanelli , C. 646-647
SYMPOSIUM 3: Physical and environmental control Banks, H.J. 647-648
SYMPOSIUM 5: Pesticides and fumigants for prevention of storage losses Zettler, J.L.; Bell, C.H. 649-650
SYMPOSIUM 6: Grain storage in tropical and subtropical climates Calverley, D.J.B. 650-651
SYMPOSIUM 7: The future of stored product protection Griffiths, D.A. 651-653
REPORTS BY ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION MODERATORS
ROUNDTABLE I: Advances in the use of IGR's and pheromones Burkholder, W. 654
ROUNDTABLE II: Advances in biological control Arbogast, R. 655
ROUNDTABLE III: Advances in the host plant resistance method. Rodriguez, J.G. 655-657
ROUNDTABLE IV: Advances in early detection identification and prevention of mycotoxins Cole, J.R. 657-658
ROUNDTABLE V: Advances in the use of modified atmospheres for stored product protection Bell, C.H. 658-660
ROUNDTABLE VI: Aeration and Cooling for Improving Grain Storability Sartori, M.R. 660-661
ROUNDTABLE VII: Prospects for the use of ionizing and microwave radiation for insect control. Wiendl, F. 661-662
ROUNDTABLE VIII: Advances in the fluidized bed heating of grain Evans, D. 662
ROUNDTABLE IX: Promising Novel compounds of low mammalian toxicity for use in stored product protection Perry, A. 662-664
ROUNDTABLE X: Improved methods for preventing storage losses in tropical climate subsistance farms Laborius, G.A. 665-666
 
Author Index 667-668
 
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