Over the past three decades there has been a dramatic increase in theoretical and practical studies on insect natural enemies. This considerably updated and expanded version of a previous best-seller is an account of major aspects of the biology of predators and parasitoids, punctuated with information and advice on which experiments or observations to conduct, and how to carry them out. It emphasizes practicalities and also provides guidance on further literature.Internal protein markers can be used for marking fluid-feeding natural enemies ( Hagler and Jackson, 2001). Whitefly ... Heavy rain sometimes caused transmitter malfunction, but, despite such problems, the authors were able to detect beetles at a ... This method, unlike harmonic radar (below), allows transmission at differentanbsp;...
|Title||:||Insects as Natural Enemies|
|Author||:||Mark A. Jervis|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2007-09-07|