Mechanisms and Deployment of Resistance in Trees to Insects

Mechanisms and Deployment of Resistance in Trees to Insects

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Mechanisms and Deployment of Resistance in Trees to Insects is a worldwide synthesis of tree resistance to insects. The contributions are by senior scientists and represent all the major forested regions of the world. The book constitutes a comprehensive treatment of the state of our knowledge on patterns of resistance by insect guilds and how this knowledge can be deployed to achieve the management of damaging forest insects. This book will serve as an essential reference book for all researchers and practitioners attempting to manage forest pests using genetic resistance.

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Published 01 January 2002
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EAN13 0306475960
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Preface Acknowledgement
Table of Contents
vii ix
Chapter 1 Resistance in trees to insects – An overview of mechanisms and 1 interactions.... S.LARSON
Chapter 2 Mechanisms of resistance in conifers and bark beetle attack strategies F.LIEUTIER
Chapter 3 Mechanisms of resistance in trees to defoliators K. CLANCY
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Chapter 4 Mechanisms of resistance in conifers against shoot infesting insects.The case of the white pine weevil Pissodes strobi (Peck) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae)105 R. I. ALFARO,J. H. BORDEN,J. N. KING,TE. S. OMLIN,R. L. MCINTOSH, J. BOHLMANN
Chapter 5 Host tree resistance to woodboring insects T. D. PAINE
Chapter 6 Plant resistance against gallforming insects: the role of hypersensitivity....... T. G. CORNELISSEN,D. NEGREIROS,G.W. FERNANDES
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Chapter 7 The resistance of hybrid willows to specialist and generalist herbivores and pathogens: the potential role of secondary chemistry and parent host plant status153 J. HJÄLTÉN,P. HALLGREN
Chapter 8 Deploying pest resistance in geneticallylimited forest plantations: developing ecologicallybased strategues for managing risk 169 D. J.ROBISON