Insect chemicosterilants.

  • 143 Pages
  • 0.97 MB
  • English
Interscience , New York, London
SeriesAdvances in pest control research -- vol.7
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 143 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18920988M

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Abstract. Sexual sterilization of insects by ionizing radiation and the practical application of this process to insect control have been adequately reviewed in the literature by Baumhover et al.

(), Bushland and Hopkins ( and ), Knipling (,a, and b), and Lindquist (). It is sufficient here to mention briefly the principles and shortcomings of the radiation Cited by: Chemical compounds that reduce or eliminate the reproductive capacity of an organism are called chemosterilants.

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Genetic Control of Insect Pests focuses on laboratory and field trials of genetic control methods of insects, which entails the use of insects to control themselves. The text also describes the design of beta-blocking drugs, biologically active acridines, local anesthetics, and insect chemosterilants.

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The molecular approach for designing inhibitors to enzymes involved in blood clotting is also considered. Chemists, pharmacologists, and people involved in drug design. " In this paper the present status of insect chemosterilants is reviewed. Chemosterilants may be categorized into eight main chemical groups.

Practical control measures involving the use of chemosterilants are discussed, also the persistence of these substances when applied to the insect.

The gross effects of chemosterilants on insect reproductive systems and also the effects on egg Cited by:   This book is comprised of 13 chapters that cover topics relevant in understanding the basis and practice of pest management.

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More technically, a chemosterilant is any chemical compound used to control economically destructive or disease-causing pests (usually insects) by causing temporary or permanent sterility of one or both of the sexes or preventing maturation of the young to a sexually functional adult stage.

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Both compounds are structurally similar to the two highly active sterilants tepa and tretamine, but they differ from the aziridinyl compounds in their low toxicity for mammals and in their lack of alkylating properties. This discovery of nonalkylating male sterilants of low toxicity should Cited by: Book of Monsters (Washington: National Geographic Society, ), by David Fairchild and Marian Fairchild.

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Contents- Pests Reasons for the origin of pest Types of pests Pest control procedures 1. Primary Control 2. Chemical Control 3. Biological control 4. Autocidal control 5.Chemosterilants, i.e., chemical compounds that interfere with the reproduction potential of sexually reproducing organisms, can be used in three new approaches to insect control.

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