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Proceedings of the 6th International Working Conference
on Stored-Product Protection
(Table of Contents)

Full Citation:
Highley, E.; Wright, E.J.; Banks, H.J.; Champ, B.R. (Eds.), Stored Product Protection, Proceedings of the 6th International Working Conference on Stored-Product Protection, 17-23 April 1994, Canberra, Australia. CAB International, Wallingford, United Kingdom, 1994. (ISBN 0851989322)
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Volume 1

Preface v
The International Working Conferences on Stored-Product Protection vii-viii
6th IWCSPP Conference Summary – Bruce Champ xvii-xviii
Contents ix-xvi
Opening Address – John Kerin xix-xx
Keynote Address
Fumigation- an endangered technology? – Banks, H.J. 2-6
Carbon dioxide - more rapidly impairing the glycolytic energy production than nitrogen? – Adler, C. S. 7-10
A comparison of the efficacy of CO2-rich and N2-rich atmospheres against the granary weevil Sitophilus granarius (L.) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) – Adler, C. S. 11-15
Numerical modelling of the movement of carbon dioxide through stored-wheat bulks – Alagusundaram, S.K.; Jayas, D.S.; Muir, W.E.; White, N.D.G.; Sinha, R.N. 16-21
Modified atmosphere storage of bagged maize outdoor using flexible liners: A preliminary report – Alvindia, D.G.; Caliboso, F.M.; Sabio, G.C.; Regpala, A.R. 22-26
Sealed storage technology on Australian farms – Andrews, A.S.; Annis, P.C.; Newman, C.R. 27-36
Time to population recovery as a means for specifying low oxygen dosages – Annis, P.C. 37-40
A same-day test for detecting resistance to phosphine – Bell, C.H.; Savvidou, N.; Mills, K.A.; Bradberry, S.; Barlow, M.L. 41-44
A preliminary evaluation of carbon dioxide under high pressure for rapid fumigation – Caliboso, F.M.; Nakakita, H.; Kawashima, K. 45-47
The feasibility of increasing the penetration of phosphine in concrete silos by means of carbon dioxide – Carmi, Y.; Golani, Y.; Frandji, H.; Shaaya, E. 48-49
Mortality of snails, Cernuella virgata and Cochlicella acuta, exposed to fumigants, controlled atmospheres or heat disinfestation – Cassells, J.; Banks, H.J.; Annis, P.C. 50-55
Application of pressure-swing absorption (PSA) and liquid nitrogen as methods for providing controlled atmospheres in grain terminals – Cassells, J.; Banks, H.J.; Allanson, R. 56-63
Fumigation of a 7000 t bulk of wheat with phosphine using the Phyto-ExploR system to assist gas circulation – Chakrabarti, B.; Watson, C. R.; Bell, C. H.; Wontner-Smith, T.J.; Rogerson, J. 64-67
Technical study of controlled atmosphere with carbon dioxide in brick silo for safe storage of wheat – Cheng Fu-chang; Mei Bao-Liang; Yu Jian; Dou He-tong; Tang Shun-gong. 68-70
Improved procedures for fumigation of oaten hay in shipping containers – De Lima, C.F.P.; Emery, R.N.; Jackson, P. 71-77
Carbonyl sulphide as a fumigant for control of insects and mites – Desmarchelier, J.M. 78-82
Improved procedures for measurement of fumigants – Desmarchelier, J.M. 83-87
The influence of temperature on the sensitivity of two nitidulid beetles to low oxygen concentrations – Donahaye, J. E.; Navarro, S.; Rindner, M. 88-90
Methyl isothiocyanate used as a grain fumigant – Ducom, V. 91-97
A Western Australian farm survey for phosphine-resistant grain beetles – Emery, R.N. 98-103
Effects of low oxygen phosphine fumigations on adult Rhyzopertha dominica – Johnston, F.M.; Whittle, C.P. 104-107
Response of Liposcelis bostrychophila and L. entomophila (Psocoptera) to carbon dioxide – Leong, E.C.W.; Ho, S.H. 108-112
Inheritance of phosphine resistance in Sitophilus oryzae (L.) (Coleoptera, Curculionidae) – Li Yan-sheng; Li Wen-zhi. 113-115
Study of circumfluent fumigation with phosphine for killing stored-grain insects in silos – Lu Jian-hua; Zhao Zeng-hua; Liu Qing; Hu Shu-tian; Qi Jin-shen 116-119
Comparative toxicity of carbon dioxide to two Callosobruchus species – Mbata, G.; Reichmuth, C.; Ofuya, T. 120-122
A new method of using low levels of phosphine in combination with heat and carbon dioxide – Mueller, D.K. 123-125
A new method to control stored-product insects using carbon dioxide with high pressure followed by sudden pressure loss – Nakakita, H.; Kawashima, K. 126-129
The future of hermetic storage of dry grains in tropical and subtropical climates – Navarro, S.; Donahaye, J.E.; Fishman, S. 130-138
Western Australian Fumigation Practice Survey (1992) – Newman, C.R. 139-143
Biogeneration of carbon dioxide for use in modified atmosphere storage of sorghum grains – Patkar, K.L.; Usha, C. M.; Shetty, H. S.; Paster, N.; Lacey, J. 144-147
The current status of phosphine fumigations in India – Rajendran, S.; Narasimhan, K.S. 148-152
A new phosphine releasing product – Reichmuth, C. 153-156
Uptake of phosphine by stored-product pest insects during fumigation – Reichmuth, C. 157-162
Carbon dioxide under high pressure of 15 bar and 20 bar to control the eggs of the Indianmeal moth Plodia interpunctella (Hubner) (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) as the most tolerant stage at 25°C – Reichmuth, C.; Wohlgemuth, R. 163-172
Studies on the effect of carbon dioxide in insect treatment with phosphine – Ren, Y .L.; O'Brien, I.G.; Whittle, C.P. 173-177
The impact of temperature, moisture content, grain quality and their interactions on changes in storage vessel atmospheres – Reuss, R.; Damcevski, K.; Annis, P .C. 178-182
Low-cost detector for the continuous monitoring of phosphine fumigation – Ryan, R.; Waddell, S.; Alexander , P.W.; Bowles, K.; Cherkson, L.; Morgan, J.; Hibbert, D. B. 183-187
Controlled release of phosphine -an update – Schonstein, D.; Shore, W.; Ryan, R.; Waddell, S. 188-191
A survey of phosphine and methyl bromide resistance in Malaysia – Sulaiman, Z.; Rahim, M.; Faridah, M.E.; Rasal, M. 192-193
Effectiveness of carbon dioxide under reduced pressure against some insects infesting dried fruit – Suss, L.; Locatelli, D.P. 194-200
Evolution of phosphine from aluminium phosphide formulations at various temperatures and humidities – Xianchang, Tan 201-203
Carbon dioxide fumigation of processed dried vine fruit (sultanas) in sealed stacks – Tarr, C.; Hilton, S.J.; Van S. Graver, J.; Clingeleffer, P.R. 204-209
The fumigation of bag-stacks with phosphine under gas-proof sheets using techniques to avoid the development of insect resistance – Taylor, R.W.D.; Harris, A.H. 210-213
Effects of different speed of build up and decrease of pressure with carbon dioxide on the adults of the - tobacco beetle Lasioderma serricorne (Fabricius) (Coleoptera: Anobiidae) – Ulrichs, C. 214-216
Response of the pea weevil Bruchus pisorum (L.) to phosphine – Waterford, C.J.; Winks, R.G. 217-220
Correlation between phosphine resistance and narcotic response in Tribolium castaneum (Herbst) – Waterford, C.J.; Winks, R.G. 221-225
New aluminium phosphide formulations for controlled generation of phosphine – Waterford, C.J.; Whittle, C.P.; Winks, R.G. 226-235
Fumigation of dried vine fruit for export – Williams, P. 236-239
Phosphine fumigation of stored field peas for insect control – Williams, P.; Whittle, C. P. 240-243
Measurement of resistance to grain fumigants with particular reference to phosphine – Winks, R.G.; Hyne, E.A. 244-250
Control of the common clothes moth Tineola bisselliella (Hummel) (Lepidoptera: Tineidae) and other museum pests with nitrogen – Wudtke, A.; Reichmuth, C. 251-254
Fumigation And Controlled Atmospheres - Session Summary 255-256
Keynote Address
Developments in silo design for the safe and efficient storage and handling of grain – Roberts, A. W. 259-280
Temperature studies on steel silos in North Africa – Bartali, El H. 281-285
Development of a programmable aeration controller – Gibbs, P. A. 286-289
Observations on large-scale outdoor maize storage in jute and woven polypropylene sacks in Zimbabwe – Kennedy, L.; Devereau, A.D. 290-295
Quality enhancement of stored grain by improved design and management of aeration – Lasseran, J.C.; Niquet, G.; Fleurat-Lessard, F. 296-299
Chilled aeration and storage of U.S. crops -a review – Maier, D.E. 300-311
Pest management of stored maize using chilled aeration- a mid-west United States perspective – Mason, L. J.; Maier, D.E.; Adams, W.H.; Obermeyer, J. L. 312-317
Mobile drive-over hoppers and stackers for filling and emptying grain bunkers – Miller, F .M. 318-322
Using controlled aeration for insect and mould management in the south-western United States – Noyes, R.T.; Cuperus, G.W.; Kenkel, P. 323-334
Closed loop fumigation systems in the south-western United States – Noyes, R. T.; Kenkel, P. 335-341
Engineering input in the design of on-farm storage in India – Shukla, B.D; Singh, K.K. 342-345
Design chart for in-store maize drying under tropical climates – Soponronnarit, S.; Wongvirojtana, P.; Nathakaranakule, A. 346-350
Advances in research on in-store drying – Srzednicki, G.S.; Driscoll, R.H. 351-358
Modelling heat and mass transfer phenomena in bulk stored grains – Thorpe, G.R. 359-367
Grain aeration system controlled by computer – Wu, Zidan; Li , FuJan 368-370
Engineering - Session Summary 371-372
Keynote Address
The use of sex pheromones to control Ephestia kuehniella Zeller (Mediterranean flour moth) in flour mills by mass trapping and attracticide (lure and kill) methods – Trematerra, P. 375-382
Grain storage in a small-farm ecosystem: Angoumois grain moth movement and management – Barney, R.J.; Weston, P.A. 383-384
The use of multiple trapping methods to assess population size: An evaluation – Brower, J .H.; Smith, L.; Wileyto, E.P. 385-389
The use of a managed bulk of grain for the evaluation of PC, pitfall beaker, insect probe and WBII probe traps for trapping Sitophilus granarius, Oryzaephilus surinamensis and Cryptolestes ferrugineus – Cogan, P.M.; Wakefield, M.E. 390-396
New trends in stored-grain infestation detection inside storage bins for permanent infestation risk monitoring – Fleurat-Lessard, F.; Andrieu, A.J.; Wilkin, D.R. 397-402
Acoustical monitoring of stored-grain insects: An automated system – Hagstrum, D. W.; Flinn, P.W .; Shuman, D. 403-405
Responses of Tribolium castaneum to different pheromone lures and traps in the laboratory – Hussain, A.; Phillips, T.W.; AliNiazee, M.T. 406-409
Response of Prostephanus truncatus and Teretriosoma nigrescens to pheromone-baited flight traps – Key, G.E.; Tigar, B.J.; Flores-Sanchez, E.; Vazquez-Arista, M. 410-414
Development of immunoassays for quantitative detection of insects in stored products – Kitto, G. B.; Quinn, F.A.; Burkholder, W.E. 415-420
Development of pheromone-baited insect traps – Mullen, M.A. 421-424
Effect of single and multiple species release on the capture of Plodia interpunctella and Cadra cautella in pheromone-baited traps – Mullen, M.A. 425-428
Monitoring field populations of Lyctocoris campestris, a predator of stored-grain insects: assessment of different trap designs – Parajulee, M.N.; Phillips, T. W . 429-434
Comparison between two methods of insect sampling in stored wheat – Pereira, P .R. V .S.; Lazzari, F .A.; Lazzari, S.M.N.; Almeida, A.A. 435-438
Using pheromones for location and suppression of phycitid moths and cigarette beetles in Hawaii - A five-year summary – Pierce, L.H. 439-443
Improved early detection of internal infestation by flotation using product-adapted salt solutions – Richter, K.; Tchalale, P. 444-447
The use of various insect traps for studying psocid populations – Roesli, R.; Jones, R. 448-450
Trapping stored-product insects using an unbaited multifunnel trap – Trematerra, P.; Rotundo, G.; De Cristofaro, A. 451-454
The potential of insect self-marking for the interpretation of trap catch – Wileyto, E.P. 455-458
The statistical interpretation of insect self-marking and trapping – Wileyto, E.P. 459-462
The detection of insects in grain during transit-an assessment of the problem and the developmentof a practical solution – Wilkin, D.R.; Catchpole, D.; Catchpole, S. 463-469
Trapping Trogoderma variabile (Coleoptera: Dermestidae): A comparison of traps and techniques for adult and larval monitoring – Wright, E.J.; Delves, R.L. 470-474
Sampling And Trapping - Session Summary 475
Keynote Address
Pheromones of stored-product insects: Current status and future perspectives – Phillips, T .W . 479-486
Studies on the relative susceptibility of varieties and germplasm lines of sesame to infestation by Tribolium castaneum (Herbst) (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) – Murali Baskaran, R.K.; Venugopal , M.S.; Sivakumar, C. V. 487-490
A comparison of the demography of four major stored grain coleopteran pest species and its implications for pest management – Beckett, S. J.; Longstaff, B. C.; Evans, D. E. 491-497
A new host of the groundnut seed beetle, Caryedon serratus (01.), in Israel – Calderon, M. 498-499
Dynamics and expansion of populations of stored product beetles – Ciesielska, Z. 500-508
Bioassays with bruchid beetles: problems and (some) solutions – Credland, P.F. 509-516
The distribution and PCR-based fingerprints of Rhyzopertha dominica (F.) in Canada – Fields, P.G.; Phillips, T.W. 517-522
Some stored-product insects of increasing importance in China – Guan Lianghua; Chen Lanfen; Xie Gengfa; Yang Shaojun. 523-524
Factors affecting survival and development of Sitophilus oryzae (L.) in rice grain pericarp layers – Haryadi, Y.; Fleurat-Lessard, F. 525-527
Molecular and morphological markers for diagnosis of Sitophilus oryzae and S. zeamais (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) – Hidayat, P.; Ffrench-Constant, R.H.; Phillips, T .W. 528-532
Pheromone biology and factors affecting its production in Tribolium castaneum – Hussain, A.; Phillips, T .W; Mayhew, T. J.; AliNiazee, M.T. 533-536
Stored agricultural product protection in Croatia – Kalinovic, I.; Ivezic, M. 537-540
Pheromone biology of the lesser grain borer, Rhyzopertha dominica (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae) – Mayhew, T.J.; Phillips, T.W. 541-544
The measurement of resistance to Acanthoscelides obtectus (Say) (Coleoptera: Bruchidae) in seeds of Phaseolus vulgaris L. – Moss, C.J.; Credland, P .F. 545-552
Function and composition of cuticular hydrocarbons of stored-product insects – Nawrot , J.; Malinski, E.; Szafranek, J. 553-560
Factors affecting oviposition and orientation by female Plodia interpunctella – Phillips, T. W.; Strand, M.R. 561-565
Studies of responses of stored-product pests, Prostephanus truncatus (Horn) and Sitophilus zeamais Motsch., to food volatiles – Pike, V.; Smith, J.L.; White, R.D.; Hall, D.R. 566-569
Influence of synthetic Sitophilate, the aggregation pheromone of Sitophilus granarius (L.) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), on dispersion and aggregation behaviour of the granary weevil – Plarre, R. 570-582
Distribution and status of Psocoptera infesting stored products in Australia – Rees, D. 583-587
Hormonal control of reproduction in the female pyralid moth Plodia interpunctella (Hiibner) (Lepidoptera: Phycitidae) – Shaaya, E.; Silhacek, D.; Shirk, P.; Rees, H.; Zimowska, G.; Plotkin, S. 588-590
Role of ultrasound production and chemical signals in the courtship behaviour of Ephestia cautella (Walker), Ephestia kuehniella Zeller and Plodia interpunctella (Hiibner) (Lepidoptera: pyralidae) – Trematerra, P.; Pavan, G. 591-594
Effect of maize variety and storage form on oviposition and development of the maize weevil, Sitophilus zeamais Motschulsky (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) – Vowotor, K.A.; Bosque-Perez, N.A.; Ayertey, J.N. 595-598
Life history data for Sitotroga cerealella (Olivier) (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) in farm-stored corn and the importance of sub-optimal environmental conditions in insect population modelling for bulk commodities – Weaver , D.K.; Throne, J.E. 599-604
Influence of planting date, harvest date, and maize (corn) hybrid on preharvest infestation of maize by Sitotroga cerealella – Weston, P .A. 605-607
Variable longevity in the rusty grain beetle, Cryptolestes ferrugineus – White, N.D.G.; Bell, R.J. 608-612
Effect of food volume and photoperiod on initiation of diapause in the warehouse beetle, Trogoderma variabile Ballion (Coleoptera: Dermestidae) – Wright, E.J.; Cartledge, A.P. 613-616
Insect Biology - Session Summary 617-618
Author Index 619-620

Volume 2

Silica aerogels as alternative protectants of maize against Prostephanus truncatus (Horn) (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae) infestations – Barbosa, A.; Golob, P.; Jenkins, N. 623-627
Structural treatment with amorphous silica slurry: An integral component of GRAINCO's IPM strategy – Bridgeman, B.W. 628-630
Efficacy of an amorphous silica dust against bean bruchids – Giga, D.P.; Chinwada, P. 631-632
Effect of zeolite on the development of Sitophilus zeamais (Motsch.) – Haryadi, Y.; Syarief, R.; Hubeis, M.; Herawati, I. 633-634
Effects of Dryacide® on the physical properties of grains, pulses and oilseeds – Jackson, K.; Webley, D. 635-637
Laboratory trials on desiccant dust insecticides – McLaughlin, A. 638-645
Combination of cooling with a surface application of Dryacide® to control insects – Nickson , P .J; Desmarchelier, J .M.; Gibbs, P. 646-649
Effectiveness of Insecto®, a new diatomaceous earth formulation, in suppressing several stored-grain insect species – Subramanyam, Bh; Swanson, C. L.; Madamanchi, N.; Norwood, S. 650-659
Inert Dusts - Session and Field Trip Workshop Summary 660
Keynote Address
Concerns for quality maintenance during storage of cereals and ceareal products – Juliano, B.O. 663-665
Keynote Address
Maintenance of grain quality during storage-prediction of the conditions and period of 'safe' storage – Wrigley, C.W.; Gras, P.W.; Bason, M.C. 666-670
Valuing Australian wheat quality characteristics in selected Asian markets – Ahmadi-Esfahani, F.Z.; Stanmore, R.G. 671-676
Modelling the effects of temperature, water activity and storage atmosphere on the viability of stored maize and paddy – Bason, M. L.; Gras, P .W.; Banks, H.J. 677-683
A mathematical model for stockpile management – Boyapati, E.; Oates, A. 684-688
Infestations by Sitophilus granarius (L.) and Rhyzopertha dominica (F.) on durum wheat, and their influence on the rheological characteristics of the semolina – Domenichini, G.; Pagani, M.; Fogliazza, D. 689-694
Effect of modified atmosphere storage on wheat seed germination vigour and on physiological criteria of the ageing process – Fleurat-Lessard , F.; Just, D.; Barrieu, P.; Le Torc'h, J.-M.; Raymond, P.; Saglio, P. 695-700
Comparison of methods for moisture content determination on soybeans – Lazzari, F .A. 701-703
Modification of the nutritional quality of nitrogen content of Leguminosae seed damaged by Acanthoscelides obtectus (Say) (Coleoptera: Bruchidae) – Regnault-Roger , C.; Watier, C.; Hamraoui, A. 704-705
Effect of rice storage conditions on the quality of milled rice – Trigo-Stockli, D. M.; Pedersen, J. R. 706-711
Functional properties of stored grains after microwave treatment – Zain , A.M.; Ooi, L.H. 712-714
Grain Quality - Session Summary 715
Keynote Address
Grain protectant chemicals: Present status and future trends – Arthur, F .H. 719-721
Keynote Address
Grain protectants: Trends and developments – Desmarchelier, J.M. 722-728
Trials of grain protectants on stored maize under Philippine conditions – Acda, M.A.; Sayaboc, P .B.; Gibe, A.G.; Gragasin, C.B. 729-733
Use of methoprene without adulticide as a grain protectant – Allanson, R.; Wallbank, B. 734-736
Using a PCR diagnostic for detection of insecticide resistance in Tribolium castaneum populations – Andreev, D.; Phillips, T.; Beeman, R.; Ffrench-Constant, R. 737-740
Effectiveness of pyrethroids as protectants of raw agricultural commodities stored in southeast Georgia, USA – Arthur, F.H. 741-745
Repellent and phagodeterrent activity of Sphaeranthus indicus extract against Callosobruchus chinensis – Baby, J. K. 746-748
Analysis of bioassay data using the Wadley's Problem technique in probit analysis -a neglected option – Bengston, M.; Strange, A.C. 749-750
Recent developments in grain protectants for use in Australia – Bengston, M.; Strange, A.C. 751-754
Resistance considerations for choosing protectants – Collins, P.J. 755-761
Efficacy of several mixtures of grain protectants on paddy and maize – Daglish, G.J. 762-764
Insect growth regulators for the control of stored-grain insect pests – Dales, M.J.; Harding, S.; Freeman, N.; Gaffney, H. 765-769
Development of a closed system for application of grain protectants – Ebert, M.A.; McLeod, J.L.; Smith, B.A. 770-772
Effect of the chitin-synthesis-inhibitor, chlorfluazuron, on immature development of Rhyzopertha dominica (F.) (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae) – Elek, J.A. 773-776
Prevention of beetle infestation of dried fish – Golob, P.; Gueye-Ndiaye, A.; Johnson, S. 777-781
Residues of grain protectants on paddy – Gragasin, Ma.; Cristina, B.; Acda, M.A.; Gibe, A.G.; Sayaboc, P.D. 782-784
Are residual insecticide applications to store surfaces worth using? – Gudrups, I.; Harris, A.; Dales, M. 785-789
Potential of common herbs as grain protectants: Repellent effect of herb extracts on the granary weevil, Sitophilus granarius (L.) – Ignatowicz, S.; Wesolowska, B. 790-794
Field evaluation of a test kit for monitoring insecticide resistance in stored-grain pests – Jermannaud, A. 795-797
The fate of residues of deltamethrin in treated wheat during its transformation into food products – Jermannaud, A.; Pochon, J. M. 798-803
Introduction of the neem tree in Mexico, in vitro propagation and validation of its properties against stored-product insects – Leos-Martinez, J.; Salazar-Saenz, R.P.; Alvarado-Gomez, O.G. 804-808
Chemical control testing on foodstuff mites – Lozzia, G. C.; Rigamonti, I. E.; Ottoboni, F. 809-816
The influence of temperature and modified atmosphere on effectiveness of Lavandula angustifolia Mill. Oil for controlling Tyrophagus putrescentiae – Lungshi Li; Xiaowei Zhang; Yiquan Guo 817-818
Toxicity of Annona squamosa Linn. seed oil extract on Tribolium castaneum (Herbst) (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) – Malek, M.A.; Wilkins, R.M. 819-823
A new bioassay detecting for IGR activity with larvae of Tribolium freemani Hinton (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) – Nakakita, H.; Sittisuang, P.; Suzuki, T. 824-827
Persistence of grain protectants in maize – Ong, S. H.; Rahim, M.; Sulaiman, Z. 828-829
Cyfluthrin plus piperonyl butoxide -a promising new stored product protectant – Pospischil , R.; Smith, G. 830-832
Organophosphorous and synergised synthetic pyrethroid insecticides as grain protectants for stored maize – Rahim, M.; Sulaiman, Z.; Ong, S.H. 833-836
Antifeedant effect of Mediterranean plant essential oils upon Acanthoscelides obtectus (Say) (Coleoptera), bruchid of kidney beans, Phaseolus vulgaris L. – Regnault-Roger and , C.; Hamraoui, A. 837-840
Dynamics of insect populations in stored shelled corn (maize) treated with pirimiphos-methyl and thiabendazole – Sedlacek, .D.; Weston, P.A. ; Price, B.D.; Rattlingourd, P.L. 841-842
Rapid testing for insecticide residues in stored products using immuno- and enzyme assays – Skerritt, I.H.; Hill, A.S.; Edward, S.L.; Beasley, H.L.; Lee, N.; McAdam, D.P.; Rigg, A.I. 843-847
Efficacy of pithraj (Aphanamixis polystachya) seed extracts against stored-product pests – Talukder, F.A.; Howse, P.E. 848-852
Effectiveness of residual insecticides against warehouse beetle, Trogoderma variabile Ballion – Wallbank, B.E. 853-856
Grain protectants and pesticide residues – Webley, D.I. 857-862
The development of a grain protectant, containing the pyrethroid bifenthrin, which has the potential for lower terminal residues – Wilkin, D.R.; Binns, T.; Haubruge, E.; Shires, S. 863-866
An assessment of Damfin to control an established infestation of saw-toothed grain beetle in malting barley – Wilkin, D.R.; Binns, T.J.; Hoppe, T. 867-871
Correlation of probit parameters of malathion-resistant Tribolium castaneum (Herbst) (Coleoptera:Tenebrionidae) determined by topical application and residual methods – Zettler, I.L.; Arthur, F.H. 872-875
Grain Protectants - Session Summary 876
Keynote Address
Decision support systems for integrated management of stored commodities – Wilkin, D.R.; Mumford, I.D. 879-883
Food aid: A substitute for domestic production and commercial imports? – Ahmadi-Esfahani, F.Z.; Locke, C.G. 884-889
Adding value to Australian wheat: Present problems and future prospects – Ahmadi-Esfahani, F.Z.; Iensen, P. H. 890-895
Some effects of grain cleaning on mites, insects and fungi – Armitage, D.M. 896-901
Loss assessment and loss prevention in wheat and storage -technology development and transfer in Pakistan – Baloch, U.K.; Irshad, M.; Ahmed, M. 902-905
The effect of maize cob selection and the impact of field infestation on stored maize losses by the larger grain borer (Prostephanus truncatus (Horn) Coleoptera: Bostrichidae) and associated storage pests – Borgemeister, C.; Adda, C.; Djomamou, B.; Degbey, P.; Agbaka, A.; Djossou, F.; Meikle, W.G.; Markham, R.H. 906-909
Integrated pest management in the GRAINCO, Queensland, Australia, storage system – Bridgeman, B. W.; Collins, P.J. 910-914
Insect control in farm-stored grains-the 'Grainsafe' extension project 995 – Bullen, K.S.; Collins, P.; Andrews, A.S. 915-917
Sustainable postharvest systems in developing countries -framework for intervention – De Lima, C.P.F. 918-920
Field validation of a decision support system for farm-stored grain – Flinn, P. W.; Hagstrum, D. W. 921-924
Dividing the harvest: An approach to integrated pest management in family stores in Africa – Henckes, C. 925-928
Recent advances in the biology and control of Prostephanus truncatus (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae) – Hodges, R.I. 929-934
U.S. stored-wheat pest management practices: producers, elevator operators, and mills – Kenkel, P.; Noyes, R.T.; Cuperus, G.W.; Criswell, I.; Fargo, S.; Anderson, K. 935-939
Decision support systems for pest management in grain stores – Longstaff, B.C. 940-945
Technologies for storage and preservation of coffee beans in India – Narasimhan, K.S.; Rajendran,, S.; Iayaram, M.; Muralidharan, N. 946-949
An analysis of the importance of liposcelids in tropicallarge-scale storage – Pike, V. 950-952
Insect losses on sorghum stored in selected Malian villages, with particular emphasis on varietal differences in grain resistance – Ratnadass, A.; Berte, S.; Diarra, D.; cisse, B. 953-959
Storage systems for maize (Zea mays L.) in Nigeria from five agro-ecological zones – Udoh, J.; Ikotun, T.; Cardwell, K. 960-965
Integrated Commodity Management - Session Summary 966-967
Keynote Address
Fungi and mycotoxins in grain: implications for stored product research – Miller, J. D. 971-977
Effect of extracts from nine plant species found in Africa on the mycelial growth of Aspergillus flavus Link – Cardwell, K.F.; Dongo, L. 978-980
The effect of Sitophilus zeamais on fungal infection, aflatoxin production, moisture content and damage to kernels of stored maize – Dharmaputra, O.S.; Halid, H.; Sunjaya; Koo Soek Khim. 981-984
Aspergillus flavus and Penicillium islandicum on milled rice collected from different parts of the postharvest handling chain – Dharmaputra, O.S.; Retnowati, I. 985-987
Application of mathematical modelling techniques for predicting mould growth – Gibson, A. M.; Eyles, M.J.; Hocking, A.D.; Best, D.J. 988-991
Effect of preincubation of fungal conidia in modified atmosphere on subsequent germination and growth on a solid medium – Haasum, I.; Nielsen, P. V. 992-995
Characterisation of aflatoxins B 1' B2' G 1' and G2 in groundnuts and groundnut products – Haryadi, Y.; Setiastuty, E. 996-998
Taxonomy: The key to mycotoxin identification in food and feedstuffs – Kozakiewicz, Z. 999-1006
Respiration and losses in stored wheat under different environmental conditions – Lacey, J.; Hamer, A.; Magan, N. 1007-1013
Occurrence of Fusarium toxins in stored maize in southern Brazil – Lazzari, F. A. 1014-1016
Estimating the social costs of the impacts of fungi and aflatoxins in maize and peanuts – Lubulwa, A.S.G.; Davis, J.S. 1017-1042
Environmental factors and tenuazonic acid production by Alternaria spp. isolated from sorghum – Magan, N.; Baxter, E. 1043-1046
Production of polyclonal antibodies against polypeptides from an aflatoxin strain of the fungus Aspergillus flavus, a pathogen of stored grain – Paster, N.; Menasherov, M.; Salomon, R.; Kuttin, E. 1047-1050
Levels of aflatoxins in grains from Santa Catarina State, Southern Brazil – Scussel, V .M.; Baratto, W .R. 1051-1053
Effect of physical treatments on moulding and aflatoxin production in maize – Shetty, H.S.; Vijaya, P.; Usha, C.M.; Patkar, K.L.; Lacey, J. 1054-1058
The impact of insect pests on aflatoxin contamination of stored wheat and maize – Sinha, A. K. 1059-1063
Preharvest contamination of maize by Aspergillus flavus – Siriacha, P.; Tonboonek, P.; Wongurai, A.; Kositcharoenkul, S. 1064-1067
Traditional storage of pandanus nuts in the Papua New Guinea highlands – Van S Graver, J.; Hocking, A.D.; Sharp, A.K. 1068-1074
Preharvest origins of toxigenic fungi in stored grain – Wicklow, D. T. 1075-1081
Storage Fungi And Mycotoxins - Session Summary 1082-1083
Keynote Address
Can biological control resolve the larger grain borer crisis? – Markham, R.H.; Borgemeister, C.; Meikle, W.G. 1087-1097
The dispersion pattern of Teretriosoma nigrescens Lewis (Coleoptera: Histeridae) after its release and monitoring of the occurrence of its host Prostephanus truncatus (Horn) (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae) in the natural environment in Togo – Boeye, J.; Biliwa, A.; Fischer, H.U.; Helbig, J.; Richter, J. 1098-1102
Suppression of insects in stored wheat by augmentation with parasitoid wasps – Flinn , P. W.; Hagstrum, D. W; McGaughey, W.H. 1103-1105
Biological control in the context of an integrated management strategy for the larger grain borer, Prostephanus truncatus (Horn) (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae) and associated storage pests – Markham, R.H.; Djossou, F.; Hirabayashi, J.M.; Novillo, P.; Wright, V.F.; Rios, R.M.; Trujillo, F.J.;Meikle, W.G.; Borgemeister, C. 1106-1111
Bacillus thuringiensis variety tenebrionis (DSM-2803) in the control of coleopteran pests of stored wheat – Mummigatti , S. G.; Raghunathan, A.N.; Karanth, N.G.K. 1112-1115
Ability of the predator Teretriosoma nigrescens Lewis (Coleoptera: Histeridae) to control larger grain borer (Prostephanus truncatus) (Horn) (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae) under rural storage conditions in the southern region of Togo – Mutlu, P. 1116-1121
Life history, predatory biology, and population ecology of Lyctocoris campestris (F.) (Heteroptera: Anthocoridae) – Parajulee, M.N.; Phillips, T. W. 1122-1131
Research on multiplication of Beauveria bassiana fungus and preliminary utilisation of Bb bioproduct for pest management in stored products in Vietnam – Pham Thi Thuy; Le Doan Dien; Nguyen Giang Van 1132-1133
Host specificity of Teretriosoma nigrescens Lewis (Coleoptera: Histeridae) – Poschko, M. 1134-1141
Studies on biological control of Ephestia kuehniella (Zeller) (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) with Trichogramma evanescens Westwood (Hymenoptera: Trichogrammatidae) -host-finding ability in wheat under laboratory conditions – Scholler, M.; Reichmuth, C. ; Hassan, S.A. 1142-1146
Computer simulation model for biological control of maize weevil by the parasitoid Anisopteromalus calandrae – Smith, L. 1147-1151
The functional response of Uscana lariophaga Steffan (Hymenoptera: Trichogrammatidae) under different egg distributions of its host Callosobruchus maculatus (Fab.) (Coleoptera: Bruchidae) – van Alebeek, F.A.N. 1152-1157
The role of semiochemicals in host location by Uscana lariophaga, egg parasitoid of Callosobruchus maculatus – van Huis, A.; Schiitte, C.; Cools , M.H.; Fanget, Ph.; van der Hoek, H.; Piquet, S.P. 1158-1164
Biological Control - Session Summary 1165
Decision making in regulatory entomology: the case of Trogoderma variabile in Western Australia – M.J., Butcher 1169-1172
Insects found in stored products entering the port of Ravenna, Italy during 1976-91 – Contessi, A. 1173-1178
An integrated approach to stored-grain protection in Western Australia – Dean, K.R. 1179-1182
The changing role of AQIS in the regulation of grain exports from Australia – Heinrich, D.; Dean, J. 1183-1185
Factors influencing current U .K. strategies to meet quarantine requirements for export grain – Kelly, M.P.; Wilkin , D.R. 1186-1191
GRAINCO (Queensland, Australia) attains 'certification assurance' accreditation – Wilson, P.; Bridgeman, B. 1192-1194
Quarantine And Regulatory Issues - Session Summary 1195
Commodity disinfestation treatments with heat – Heather, N .W . 1199-1200
Radiation disinfestation of used packagings: Irradiation trials with electron beams – Ignatowicz, S.; Zaedee , I.H.M. 1201-1208
Detection of irradiated insect pests in stored products: locomotor activity of irradiated adult beetles – Ignatowicz, S.; Wesolowska, B.; Zaedee, I.H. 1209-1213
The effect of grain movement on Liposcelis decolor (Pearman), Liposcelis bostrychophila Badonnel (Psocoptera: Liposcelidae) and Cryptolestes ferrugineus (Stephens) (Coleoptera: Cucujidae) infesting bulk-stored barley – Rees, D.; van Gerwen, T.; Hillier, T. 1214-1219
Physical Control - Session Summary 1220-1221
Appropriate Storage 1225-1226
Expert Systems 1227
On-farm and Small-scale Storage and Extension 1228-1229
Standards 1230
Field evaluation of a cylinder trap design for monitoring Ephestia cautella – Bowditch, T .G.; Madden, J.L.; Brassington, B.F. 1233-1234
Effect of storage and thermal treatment on quality of rain-damaged wheat – Gras, P .W .; Bason , M.L.; Tomlinson, J.D. 1235-1237
Effectiveness of SIROFLO® in horizontal storages – Winks, R.G.; Russell, G.F. 1238-1244
Effectiveness of SIROFLO® in vertical storages – Winks, R.G.; Russell, G.F. 1245-1249
A brief history of the entomological problems of wheat storage in Australia – Van S Graver, J.; Winks, R.G. 1250-1258
List of Participants 1259-1271
Trade Exhibitors 1272
Author Index 1273-1274
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