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Fruit flies and the sterile insect technique / edited by Carrol O. Calkins, Waldemar Klassen, Pablo Liedo

Calkins, Carrol O [editor] | Klassen, Waldemar [editor/a] | Liedo Fernández, Pablo [editor/a].
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 Libro impreso(a) Editor: Boca Raton, Florida, United States: CRC Press, 1994Descripción: 258 páginas : mapas ; 23 centímetros.ISBN: 0849348544.Tema(s): Programa Mosca del Mediterráneo | Moscas de la fruta | Técnica del insecto estéril | Control de calidad | Control de plagasTema(s) en inglés: Mediterranean Fly Programme | Fruit flies | Sterile insect technique | Quality control | Pest controlClasificación: EE/632.774 / F7 Nota de bibliografía: Incluye bibliografía e índice: páginas 247-258 Número de sistema: 8299Contenidos:Mostrar
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Incluye bibliografía e índice: páginas 247-258

Chapter 1. Overview of the joint FAO/IAEA divisions involvement in fruit fly sterile insect technique programs.. Chapter 2. Population genetics of Ceratitis capitate and phylogenetic relations with other tephritidae.. Chapter 3. Food foraging behaviour of frugivorous fruit flies.. Chapter 4. Advances in attachtant and trapping technologies for tephritids.. Chapter 5. Mass rearing of fruit flies: a demographic analysis.. Chapter 6. Nutritional, biochemical, and biological aspects of quality control in the olive fruit fly.. Chapter 7. Advances in measuring quality and assuring good field performance in mass reared fruit flies.. Chapter 8. Mutants, chromosomes, and genetic maps in the Mediterranean fruit fly.. Chapter 9. Requirements and strategies for the development of genetic sex separation systems with special reference to the Mediterranean fruit fly Ceratitis capitate.. Chapter 10. Fruit fly problems in china and prospects for using the sterile insect technique.. Chapter 11. Fruit fly problems in southeast Asia and efforts to meet them.. Chapter 12. Bioclimatic effects on the distribution of the Mediterranean fruit fly (diptera: tephritidae in the maghreb.. Chapter 13. Fruit fly free areas: Strategies to develop them.. Chapter 14. Pink boolworm sterile moth releases: suppression of established infestations and exclusion from noninfested areas.. Chapter 15. The moscamed program: practical achievements and contribution to science 16. The melon fly eradication program in japan.. Chapter 17. The eradication of the Queensland fruit fly, bactrocera tyroni, from western Australia.. Index

Mass rearing of fruit flies: a demographic analysis Pablo Liedo, James R. Carey, and Roger I. Vargas páginas 67-72 The Moscamed program: practical achievements and contributions to science Dina Orozco, Walther R. Enkerlin, and Jesus Reyes páginas 209-222

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