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Recent advances in entomological research : from molecular biology to pest management / [edited by] Tongxian Liu, Le Kang.

Contributor(s): Liu, Tongxian | Kang, Le.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Springer.Description: 1 online resource (xii, 500 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783642178153 (electronic bk.); 3642178154 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Entomology -- ResearchDDC classification: 595.7072 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Title Page; Copyright Page; Preface; Table of Contents; Contributing Authors; Section 1: Insect-Plant Interactions; CHAPTER 1 Deciphering the Plant-Insect Phenotypic Arms Race; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Plant-insect phenotypic arms race; 1.3 Signal perceiving and transduction in plants; 1.3.1 Herbivore-derived signals; 1.3.2 Endogenous plant defense signals; 1.3.3 Plant defense signaling transduction pathway; 1.3.4 The features of the plant defense signaling pathway; 1.4 Signal perception and transduction in herbivorous insects; 1.5 Herbivore-induced plant defense transcriptomes and proteomes
1.6 Plant defense-induced insect counterdefense transcriptomes and proteomesReferences; CHAPTER 2 Insect Herbivory-Inducible Proteins ConferPost-Ingestive Plant Defenses; 2.1 Insect digestive system; 2.2 Involvement of a broad array of genes in defense against insects; 2.3 JA- and feeding-inducible anti-nutritional proteins; 2.3.1 Protease inhibitors and lectins; 2.3.2 Plant enzymes that serve defense functions; 2.4 Insect adaptation to plant defense; 2.5 Phloem feeders interacting with plants; 2.6 Gene stacking; 2.7 Conclusion; References
CHAPTER 3 Inducible Direct Defense of Plants Against Insects3.1 Categories of direct plant defense against insect herbivores; 3.2 Major characterized chemicals toxic to insect herbivores; 3.3 Conclusions; References; CHAPTER 4 Host Marking and Host Discrimination in Phytophagous Insects; 4.1 Introduction; 4.1.1 Concepts; 4.1.2 History; 4.2 The progress of study; 4.2.1 Mechanisms; 4.2.2 Current situation; 4.3 Discussion; References; CHAPTER 5 Nitrogen Modulation on Plant Direct and Indirect Defenses; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Nitrogen and plant defenses; 5.2.1 Categories of plant defenses.
5.2.2 Biotic and abiotic factors affecting plant defenses5.2.3 Nitrogen nutrition versus "nitrogen pollution"; 5.2.4 Nitrogen effects on plant defenses; 5.2.4.1 Nitrogen effects on plant direct defense; 5.2.4.2 Nitrogen effects on plant indirect defense; 5.2.4.2.1 Nitrogen effects on plant VOC release pattern; 5.2.4.2.2 Nitrogen effects on plant traits as food and shelter of natural enemies; 5.3 Sustainable management of nitrogen and pests synergistically in crop production; References; Section 2: Molecular Biology, Physiology ,Behavior and Ecology
CHAPTER 6 Viruses and Viral Diseases of the Honey Bee, Apis mellifera6.1 Introduction; 6.2 Strucuture and class sification; 6.3 Infection and transmission; 6.4 Replication and pathogenesis; 6.5 Resistance and immunity; 6.6 Management of virus infections; References; CHAPTER 7 Biological Function of Insect Yellow Gene Family; 7.1 Drosophila yellow gene; 7.2 The insect yellow gene family; 7.3 Physiological functions of insect yellow gene families; 7.4 Outstanding questions and future research directions in insect yellow genes; References
Insect-Plant Interactions -- Deciphering the Plant-Insect Phenotypic Arms Race / Xianchun Li, Xinzhi Ni -- Insect Herbivory-Inducible Proteins Confer Post-Ingestive Plant Defenses / Keyan Zhu-Salzman, Tongxian Liu -- Inducible Direct Defense of Plants Against Insects / Mingshun Chen, Junxiang Wu, Guohui Zhang -- Host Marking and Host Discrimination in Phytophagous Insects / Siwei Liu, Baige Zhao, Edmond Bonjour -- Nitrogen Modulation on Plant Direct and Indirect Defenses / Yigen Chen, Xinzhi Ni -- Molecular Biology, Physiology, Behavior and Ecology -- Viruses and Viral Diseases of the Honey Bee, Apis mellifera / Yanping Chen -- Biological Function of Insect Yellow Gene Family / Jianyong Li, Bruce M. Christensen -- Bursicon, a Neuropeptide Hormone That Controls Cuticle Tanning and Beyond / Qisheng Song, Shiheng An -- Chemical Ecology of Bark Beetles in Regard to Search and Selection of Host Trees / John A. Byers, Qinghe Zhang -- Infochemical-tritrophic Interactions of Soybean Aphids-host Plants-natural Enemies and Their Practical Applications in Pest Management / Junwei J. Zhu -- The Responses of Insects to Global Warming / Kun Guo, Osbert Jianxin Sun, Le Kang -- Biology and Reproductive Strategies in the Subterranean Termites (Isoptera: Rhinotermitidae) / Xingping Hu -- Insect Toxicology and Insecticide Resistance Management -- P450--mediated Insecticide Detoxification and Its Implication in Insecticide Efficacy / Zhimou Wen, Xing Zhang, Yalin Zhang -- House Fly Ctyochrome P450s: Their Role in Insecticide Resistance and Strategies in the Isolation and Characterization / Nannan Liu, Fang Zhu -- Metamorphosis of Cisgenic Insect Resistance Research in the Transgenic Crop Era / Xinzhi Ni, Xianchun Li, Yigen Chen, Fuzhen Guo, Jinian Feng, Huiyan Zhao -- Time for a New Look at the Relationship Between Bt Plants and Insect Natural Enemies / Mao Chen, Anthony M. Shelton -- The Development of Pyrethroid Resistance in the Mosquito Culex quinquefasciatus / Qiang Xu, Nannan Liu -- Resistance to Transgenic Bacillus thuringiensis Crops in Target Insect Pests: Current Status and Prospect / Fangneng Huang -- Potential Use of Proteinase Inhibitors, Avidin, and other Bio-reagents for Synergizing Bt Performance and Delaying Resistance Development to Bt / Yucheng Zhu, Mingshun Chen, Craig A. Abel -- Emerging Pest Management Strategies and Technologies -- Advances and Prospects of RNAi Technologies in Insect Pest Management / Xin Zhang, Jianzhen Zhang, Kunyan Zhu -- Anti-tick Vaccine Development: Status and Perspectives / Quentin Q. Fang, Oscar J. Pung -- Hymenopteran Parasitoids and Their Role in Biological Control of Vegetable Liriomyza Leafminers / Tongxian Liu, Le Kang, Zhongren Lei, Ricardo Hernandez -- Development of an Integrated Greenhouse Whitefly Management Program on Strawberries / Jianlong Bi -- Advances in Research on the Venom Chemistry of Imported Fire Ants / Jian Chen, Hanwu Shang -- Utilization of Lignocellulose-feeding Insects for Viable Biofuels: an Emerging and Promising Area of Entomological Science / Jianzhong Sun, Xuguo Joe Zhou.
Summary: In recent years the field of entomology, due in part to the penetration of other disciplines, has made rapid progress. ""Recent Advances in Entomological Research: From Molecular Biology to Pest Management"" includes 25 chapters contributed by more than 40 distinguished entomologists and introduces the latest progress in entomology, from molecular biology, insect-plant interactions and insecticide toxicology, to emerging technologies in pest management. Not only is the book interesting and informative, but it provides useful, innovative research advances and will serve as a valuable resource f.
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Title Page; Copyright Page; Preface; Table of Contents; Contributing Authors; Section 1: Insect-Plant Interactions; CHAPTER 1 Deciphering the Plant-Insect Phenotypic Arms Race; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Plant-insect phenotypic arms race; 1.3 Signal perceiving and transduction in plants; 1.3.1 Herbivore-derived signals; 1.3.2 Endogenous plant defense signals; 1.3.3 Plant defense signaling transduction pathway; 1.3.4 The features of the plant defense signaling pathway; 1.4 Signal perception and transduction in herbivorous insects; 1.5 Herbivore-induced plant defense transcriptomes and proteomes

1.6 Plant defense-induced insect counterdefense transcriptomes and proteomesReferences; CHAPTER 2 Insect Herbivory-Inducible Proteins ConferPost-Ingestive Plant Defenses; 2.1 Insect digestive system; 2.2 Involvement of a broad array of genes in defense against insects; 2.3 JA- and feeding-inducible anti-nutritional proteins; 2.3.1 Protease inhibitors and lectins; 2.3.2 Plant enzymes that serve defense functions; 2.4 Insect adaptation to plant defense; 2.5 Phloem feeders interacting with plants; 2.6 Gene stacking; 2.7 Conclusion; References

CHAPTER 3 Inducible Direct Defense of Plants Against Insects3.1 Categories of direct plant defense against insect herbivores; 3.2 Major characterized chemicals toxic to insect herbivores; 3.3 Conclusions; References; CHAPTER 4 Host Marking and Host Discrimination in Phytophagous Insects; 4.1 Introduction; 4.1.1 Concepts; 4.1.2 History; 4.2 The progress of study; 4.2.1 Mechanisms; 4.2.2 Current situation; 4.3 Discussion; References; CHAPTER 5 Nitrogen Modulation on Plant Direct and Indirect Defenses; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Nitrogen and plant defenses; 5.2.1 Categories of plant defenses.

5.2.2 Biotic and abiotic factors affecting plant defenses5.2.3 Nitrogen nutrition versus "nitrogen pollution"; 5.2.4 Nitrogen effects on plant defenses; 5.2.4.1 Nitrogen effects on plant direct defense; 5.2.4.2 Nitrogen effects on plant indirect defense; 5.2.4.2.1 Nitrogen effects on plant VOC release pattern; 5.2.4.2.2 Nitrogen effects on plant traits as food and shelter of natural enemies; 5.3 Sustainable management of nitrogen and pests synergistically in crop production; References; Section 2: Molecular Biology, Physiology ,Behavior and Ecology

CHAPTER 6 Viruses and Viral Diseases of the Honey Bee, Apis mellifera6.1 Introduction; 6.2 Strucuture and class sification; 6.3 Infection and transmission; 6.4 Replication and pathogenesis; 6.5 Resistance and immunity; 6.6 Management of virus infections; References; CHAPTER 7 Biological Function of Insect Yellow Gene Family; 7.1 Drosophila yellow gene; 7.2 The insect yellow gene family; 7.3 Physiological functions of insect yellow gene families; 7.4 Outstanding questions and future research directions in insect yellow genes; References

Insect-Plant Interactions -- Deciphering the Plant-Insect Phenotypic Arms Race / Xianchun Li, Xinzhi Ni -- Insect Herbivory-Inducible Proteins Confer Post-Ingestive Plant Defenses / Keyan Zhu-Salzman, Tongxian Liu -- Inducible Direct Defense of Plants Against Insects / Mingshun Chen, Junxiang Wu, Guohui Zhang -- Host Marking and Host Discrimination in Phytophagous Insects / Siwei Liu, Baige Zhao, Edmond Bonjour -- Nitrogen Modulation on Plant Direct and Indirect Defenses / Yigen Chen, Xinzhi Ni -- Molecular Biology, Physiology, Behavior and Ecology -- Viruses and Viral Diseases of the Honey Bee, Apis mellifera / Yanping Chen -- Biological Function of Insect Yellow Gene Family / Jianyong Li, Bruce M. Christensen -- Bursicon, a Neuropeptide Hormone That Controls Cuticle Tanning and Beyond / Qisheng Song, Shiheng An -- Chemical Ecology of Bark Beetles in Regard to Search and Selection of Host Trees / John A. Byers, Qinghe Zhang -- Infochemical-tritrophic Interactions of Soybean Aphids-host Plants-natural Enemies and Their Practical Applications in Pest Management / Junwei J. Zhu -- The Responses of Insects to Global Warming / Kun Guo, Osbert Jianxin Sun, Le Kang -- Biology and Reproductive Strategies in the Subterranean Termites (Isoptera: Rhinotermitidae) / Xingping Hu -- Insect Toxicology and Insecticide Resistance Management -- P450--mediated Insecticide Detoxification and Its Implication in Insecticide Efficacy / Zhimou Wen, Xing Zhang, Yalin Zhang -- House Fly Ctyochrome P450s: Their Role in Insecticide Resistance and Strategies in the Isolation and Characterization / Nannan Liu, Fang Zhu -- Metamorphosis of Cisgenic Insect Resistance Research in the Transgenic Crop Era / Xinzhi Ni, Xianchun Li, Yigen Chen, Fuzhen Guo, Jinian Feng, Huiyan Zhao -- Time for a New Look at the Relationship Between Bt Plants and Insect Natural Enemies / Mao Chen, Anthony M. Shelton -- The Development of Pyrethroid Resistance in the Mosquito Culex quinquefasciatus / Qiang Xu, Nannan Liu -- Resistance to Transgenic Bacillus thuringiensis Crops in Target Insect Pests: Current Status and Prospect / Fangneng Huang -- Potential Use of Proteinase Inhibitors, Avidin, and other Bio-reagents for Synergizing Bt Performance and Delaying Resistance Development to Bt / Yucheng Zhu, Mingshun Chen, Craig A. Abel -- Emerging Pest Management Strategies and Technologies -- Advances and Prospects of RNAi Technologies in Insect Pest Management / Xin Zhang, Jianzhen Zhang, Kunyan Zhu -- Anti-tick Vaccine Development: Status and Perspectives / Quentin Q. Fang, Oscar J. Pung -- Hymenopteran Parasitoids and Their Role in Biological Control of Vegetable Liriomyza Leafminers / Tongxian Liu, Le Kang, Zhongren Lei, Ricardo Hernandez -- Development of an Integrated Greenhouse Whitefly Management Program on Strawberries / Jianlong Bi -- Advances in Research on the Venom Chemistry of Imported Fire Ants / Jian Chen, Hanwu Shang -- Utilization of Lignocellulose-feeding Insects for Viable Biofuels: an Emerging and Promising Area of Entomological Science / Jianzhong Sun, Xuguo Joe Zhou.

In recent years the field of entomology, due in part to the penetration of other disciplines, has made rapid progress. ""Recent Advances in Entomological Research: From Molecular Biology to Pest Management"" includes 25 chapters contributed by more than 40 distinguished entomologists and introduces the latest progress in entomology, from molecular biology, insect-plant interactions and insecticide toxicology, to emerging technologies in pest management. Not only is the book interesting and informative, but it provides useful, innovative research advances and will serve as a valuable resource f.

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