Insecticides of the future

  • 93 Pages
  • 3.88 MB
  • English

M. Dekker , New York
Insect pests -- Con
Statementedited by Martin Jacobson.
ContributionsJacobson, Martin, 1919-
LC ClassificationsSB931 .I55
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 93 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5183030M
ISBN 100824763033
LC Control Number75000798

Synthetic organic insecticides have served for the past half century as the principal means to control insect-borne diseases and minimize losses in food and fibre production from pest insect attack.

Insecticides of the future book destroy about one-third of the world food supply during growth, harvesting and storage, even with the use of pesticides and other control Cited by: 7.

The first generally available residual contact insecticide was DDT (), but despite numerous attempts, few, if any, related compounds with greater activity have been lethal doses of DDT to insects are in the range 1–20 −1, and field application rates from – kg.

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ISBNBook Edition: 1. The first section of the book covers chemistry and biological activity of major classes of naturally occurring pesticides, including the development of more potent insecticides based on natural lead-in structures.

The second section consists of monographs on each compound by by: Nano-Biopesticides Today and Future Perspectives. Book • This chapter discusses the application of nanotechnology in a blend with bio-based insecticides in order to improve strategies for pest control in agriculture and other pest-affected areas.

The main categories of bio-based insecticides are defined, accompanied by various hauler. Insecticides are agents of chemical or biological origin that control insects.

Control may result from killing the insect or otherwise preventing it from engaging in behaviors deemed destructive. Insecticides may be natural or manmade and are applied to target pests in a myriad of formulations and delivery systems (sprays, baits, slow-release. Insecticides: Action and Metabolism provides a comprehensive review of the action of insecticides and a survey of their metabolism.

This book discusses the toxicology of insecticides. Organized into 17 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the mechanisms whereby toxicants exert their effects. This book contains 20 chapters about the impact, environmental fate, modes of action, efficacy, and non-target effects of insecticides.

The chapters are divided into 7 parts. Part 1 covers the non-target effects of insecticides, whereas part 2 is dedicated to integrated methods for pest control, in which insecticides are an important element for diminishing the populations of insect pests.

The first book in two decades to address this multi-faceted field, The Toxicology and Biochemistry of Insecticides provides the most up-to-date information on insecticide classification. If there is a single pesticide almost everyone can name, it's DDT.

DDT was one of the first chemicals in widespread use as a pesticide. Following World War II, it was promoted as a wonder-chemical, the simple solution to pest problems large and small. Today, nearly 40 years after DDT was banned in the U.S., we continue to live with its long-lasting effects: Food supplies: USDA.

Insecticide Mode of Action presents significant research on the biological activity of insecticides. The book is organized into three sections encompassing 13 chapters that summarize three major groups of insecticides, including neurotoxic, formamidine, and developmental insecticides.

This book is a valuable resource for scientists, students, researchers, and policymakers who want to ensure the safety of consumers, applicators, and harvesters when using pesticides. Show less Pesticide Management and Insecticide Resistance explores the problem of insect resistance to pesticides and reviews various approaches to pesticide.

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This revision of the highly acclaimed Hayes' Handbook of Pesticide Toxicology is an in-depth, scientific sourcebook concerning use, properties, effects, and regulation of pesticides.

This edition is a comprehensive examination by international experts from academia, government research, and the private sector of critical issues related to the need, use, and nature of chemicals used in modern. Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook.

If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. The Future Role of Pesticides explores the role of chemical pesticides in the decade ahead and identifies the most promising opportunities for increasing the benefits and reducing the risks of pesticide use.

The committee recommends R&D, program, and policy initiatives for federal agriculture authorities and other stakeholders in the public and.

pesticides are the Bacillus thuringiensis-based (Bt-based) microbial pesticides with current sales of about $ than 40% of Bt sales are in the United States. Rapid growth of Bt-based biopesticides is occurring as replacements of competitive chemical products that are being banned or phased out in environmentally sensitive areas, in consumer and export markets in which concerns.

Therefore, the present book is an effort to convey the knowledge related to the insecticide use, their mode of action, classification and method of evaluation of their toxicity. • Moreover, this book is also according to the HEC curriculum and addresses all topics of the course title under insecticides.

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1; 2 The Future Role of Pesticides in US Agriculture (). Insecticides and Pesticides are some of the most toxic chemicals used in the present world regularly.

Insecticides are agents used to kill or repel the insects present in a vicinity. The insects commonly aimed are mosquitoes, flies, cockroaches, bugs, etc. These insecticides are used regularly indoors like in homes, hotels, theaters, restaurants, recreation clubs, and also to a great extent.

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This book reviews the latest developments concerning the analysis, fate, behaviour and toxicity of pyrethroid insecticides. Over the last few decades, pyrethroid insecticides have increasingly replaced organochlorine pesticides due to their relatively lower mammalian toxicity, selective insecticide activity and lower environmental persistence.

It is worth noting, though, that in the near future, the quantity of produced insecticides will increase due to the challenges associated with food production for a rapidly growing population.

Despite their potentially adverse effects on nontarget species and the environment, insecticides remain a necessity in crop protection as well as in the reduction of insect-borne diseases. The Toxicology and Biochemistry of Insecticides provides essential insecticide knowledge required for the effective management of insect pests.

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Winter, in Encyclopedia of Food Sciences and Nutrition (Second Edition), Insecticides. Insecticides are represented by a variety of different chemical classes involving a variety of mechanisms of toxic action on insects as well as mammals such as humans.

Examples of mechanisms of action include metabolic interference of the nervous or muscle systems, desiccation, and sterilization.It is against this background that the authors of this book present up-to-date findings-relating to biochemical sites that can serve as targets for developing insecticides with selective prop­ erties, and as the basis for the elucidation of resistance mechanisms and countermeasures.

The future of agriculture strongly depends on our ability.