Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

New Perspectives in Plant Protection

Edited by Ali R. Bandani

University of Tehran, Iran

Crop losses by pests (insects, diseases and weeds) are as old as plant themselves but as agriculture are intensified and cropping patterns including the cultivation of high yielding varieties and hybrids are changing over time the impact of the pests becoming increasingly important. Approximately less than 1000 insect species (roughly 600-800 species), 1500 -2000 plant species, numerous fungal, bacterial and nematode species as well as viruses are considered serious pests in agriculture. If these pests were not properly controlled, crop yields and their quality would drop, considerably. In addition production costs as well as food and fiber prices are increased. The current book is going to put Plant Protection approaches in perspective.

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New Perspectives in Plant ProtectionEdited by Ali R. Bandani

Published: April 11th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/2299

ISBN: 978-953-51-0490-2

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-953-51-5270-5

Copyright year: 2012

Books open for chapter submissions

33350 Total Chapter Downloads

11 Crossref Citations

18 Web of Science Citations

30 Dimensions Citations

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1. Toward Sustainable Pest Control: Back to the Future in Case of Kazakhstan

By Kazbek Toleubayev

1634

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2. Integrated Pest Management in Chickpea

By Yassine Mabrouk and Omrane Belhadj

4695

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3. Honeybee Communication and Pollination

By Guntima Suwannapong, Daren Michael Eiri and Mark Eric Benbow

3205

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4. Managing Threats to the Health of Tree Plantations in Asia

By Bernard Dell, Daping Xu and Pham Quang Thu

3120

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5. Toxicity of Aromatic Plants and Their Constituents Against Coleopteran Stored Products Insect Pests

By Soon-Il Kim, Young-Joon Ahn and Hyung-Wook Kwon

2631

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6. Trail Pheromones in Pest Control

By Ashraf Mohamed Ali Mashaly, Mahmoud Fadl Ali and Mohamed Saleh Al-Khalifa

2670

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7. Exploiting Plant Innate Immunity to Protect Crops Against Biotic Stress: Chitosaccharides as Natural and Suitable Candidates for this Purpose

By Alejandro B. Falcón-Rodríguez, Guillaume Wégria and Juan-Carlos Cabrera

2140

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8. Interaction Between Nitrogen and Chemical Plant Protection in Yield Formation of Cereal Crops

By Alicja Pecio and Janusz Smagacz

1627

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9. Advances in Micropropagation of a Highly Important Cassia species- A Review

By M. Anis, Iram Siddique, Ruphi Naz, M. Rafique Ahmed and Ibrahim M. Aref

3755

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10. Lectins and Their Roles in Pests Control

By J. Karimi, M. Allahyari and A. R. Bandani

5237

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11. Plant Proteinaceous Alpha-Amylase and Proteinase Inhibitors and Their Use in Insect Pest Control

By Mohammad Mehrabadi, Octavio L. Franco and Ali R. Bandani

2637

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