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A successful application of natural pathogens requires a better understanding of both fungal and insect ecology and physiology. This Atlas provides a comprehensive overview of these fields and includes the taxonomy of those species of fungi which are proven pathogens. Biotechnological methods for the genetic modification of these natural pathogens resulting in further optimization and the advantages of biological control are discussed. Only valid for books with an ebook version.
Fungal pathogenesis Pages Samson, Robert A. Natural control: ecology and biology Pages Samson, Robert A. Biotechnology Pages Samson, Robert A.
Biological control: past, present and future Pages Samson, Robert A. Show next xx. Read this book on SpringerLink. Recommended for you. Samson Harry C. PAGE 1.
Atlas of Entomopathogenic Fungi
Toggle navigation. Abstract This book is an attempt to combine the information relating to the taxonomy, ecology and physiology of entomopathogenic fungi in a format readily assimilable by agriculturists, biotechnologists, chemists and entomologists, but which at the same time can serve as an identification guide useful to both practical field scientists and specialist mycologists or pathologists in the laboratory. The term entomopathogenic fungi is restricted to those genera or species which are proven pathogens of insects or for which circumstantial evidence exists concerning their pathogenicity. The looser term entomogenous fungi is avoided because this also relates to fungi growing on or colonizing insect substrates, either facultatively or obligately, but which are strictly non-pathogenic. Hence the commensal parasites of insects such as the Laboulbeniales are excluded from the true entomopathogenic fungi and are not dealt with. Obligate pathogens of spiders araneopathogenic fungi are included in the book. There are 7 chapters as follows: introduction; taxonomy of entomopathogenic fungi with simple keys for identificaion of the most important genera ; illustrations of common fungal pathogens; fungal pathogenesis; natural control: ecology and biology; biotechnology; and biological control: past, present and future.
Atlas of entomopathogenic fungi.
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Atlas of entomopathogenic fungi