2002

Mechanisms and Deployment of Resistance in Trees to Insects

ISBN: 978-1-4020-0618-0 (Print) 978-0-306-47596-2 (Online)

Table of contents (13 chapters)

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    Pages 1-29

    Resistance in Trees to Insects — an Overview of Mechanisms and Interactions

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    Pages 31-77

    Mechanisms of Resistance in Conifers and Bark beetle Attack Strategies

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    Pages 79-103

    Mechanisms of Resistance in Trees to Defoliators

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    Pages 105-130

    Mechanisms of Resistance in Conifers Against Shoot Infesting Insects

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    Pages 131-136

    Host Tree Resistance to Wood-boring Insects

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    Pages 137-152

    Plant Resistance Against Gall-forming Insects: The Role of Hypersensitivity

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    Pages 153-168

    The Resistance of Hybrid Willows to Specialist and Generalist Herbivores and Pathogens: The Potential Role of Secondary Chemistry and Parent Host Plant Status

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    Pages 169-188

    Deploying Pest Resistance in Genetically-limited Forest Plantations: Developing Ecologically-based Strategies for Managing Risk

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    Pages 189-215

    Deployment of Tree Resistance to Insects in Short-rotation Populus Plantations

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    Pages 217-237

    Strategies for Deployment of Insect Resistant Ornamental Plants

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    Pages 239-263

    Possibilities to Utilize Tree Resistance to Insects in Forest Pest Management in Central and Western Europe

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    Pages 265-285

    Deployment of Tree Resistance to Pests in Asia

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    Pages 287-310

    Using Resistance in Tropical Forest Plantations