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Entomology : Ecology and Biodiversity

B.K. Tyagi and Vijay Veer

ISBN 10: 8172337272 / ISBN 13: 9788172337278
Published by Scientific, 2011
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Contents  Foreword Preface Acknowledgement 1 Professor Dr TN Ananthakrishnan entomologist and polymathBK Tyagi and Vijay Veer 2 Thysanoptera taxonomy-purpose and practiceLA Mound 3 Latitudinal distribution of stream insect communities of the western GhatsKA Subramanian and KG Sivaramakrishnan 4 Haplothrips fusca Moulton 1928Haplothrips graminis Hood 1912 in Hawaii Insecta tubulifera PhlaeothripidaeJS Bhatti and Dick M Tsuda 5 Spacial and temporal distribution of phlebotomine sand flies in relation to leishmaniases in IndiaK Ilango 6 A brief conspectus and research priorities on plecoptera Stoneflies of IndiaKG Sivaramakrishnan M Arunachalam S Sundar and C Selva Kumar 7 Diversity and distribution of odonates in Great Nicobar Biosphere Reserve GNBR Andaman and Nicobar IslandsC Sivaperuman Suresh Kumar Shah C Raghunathan and Ramakrishna 8 Revisiting Tyagi?s theories of The Desert Malaria 1995 and the Aedes albopictus-transmitted dengue sans Aedes aegypti 2006 with reference to emergence of 1 plasmodium falciparum dominated malaria in the Thar Desert and 2 Dengue fever in Kerala StateBK Tyagi 9 Diversity of butterflies in Chidiyatapu Biological Park Andaman and Nicobar IslandsC Sivaperuman C Raghunathan and Suresh Kumar Shah 10 Structure and species composition of butterflies in Great Nicor Biosphere Reserve Andaman and Nicobar IslandsC Sivaperuman Suresh Kumar Shah C Raghunathan and Ramakrishna 11 Impact of Enterobacter sp Infection in phenotypic changes and haemolymph protein profiling in the silkworm Bombyx mori LR Chandrasekar A Vijay Ananad P Brintha and BK Tyagi 12 Reproductive biology of Tribolium castaneumR Chandrasekar and SR Palli 13Anopheline species complexes in Sri Lanka a bio-ecological perspectiveSN Surendran 14 Ecobiology and male dimorphism in rhinoceros beetle Oryctes rhinoceros L Coleoptera carabaeidaeMariamma Jacob and Mathew M Oommen 15 Diversity of aphidiinae parasitoids Hymenoptera Braconidae of aphids Homoptera Aphidiidae an Indian PerspectiveDebjani Dey 16 Plant proteinase inhibitors and their potential in insect pest managementER Prasad Vijayaprasad R Komera K Padmasree and A Dutta Gupta 17 Emerging trends in forensic entomology an eye towards the futureDevinder Singh and Bhanvi Wadhawan 18 Microbial entomopathogens a sustainable pest management strategyArti Prasad 19 Simulation of temperature dependent development of insectsReji Gopalakrishnan and Subhash Chander 20 Assessment and mapping of vectors distribution and diversity using remote sensing and GISM Govidnaraju and P Rani Lalitha 21 Vicious cycle of vector virus and victim in denguedengue haemorrhagic feverSajal Bhattacharya 22 Illuminating the field of entomology an overview of application of marker based technologyNeelima Arora Amit Kumar Banerjee and USN Murty 23 Neuroptera as biocontrol agents in India present status and future thrustsN Bakthavatsalam 24 Indian biodiversity profile and conservation statusVinod Khanna 25 Thrips diversity and their functional attributesR Varatharajan and VS Chochong 26 Diversity of dermestid beetles Coleoptera Dermestidae from India with Identification key to adults of Indian genera and description of a new subspeciesVijay VeerThe dominance of insects amongst all living organisms on earth coupled with infinite wealth of knowledge so important for our own existence is a fundamental scientific fact which is yet to be widely acknowledged This dominance means that in numbers of species beyond our comprehension these animals permeate diverse and essential natural process in earth?s terrestrial aerial and freshwater ecosystems contributing to the function of the natural world as a self-sustaining biological system Invariably insects are an integral and complex part of the terrestrial and freshwater ecosystems with which the future of humans is inextricably linked Insects have ultimated achieved a formidable diversity Generally insects are beneficial organisms however many of them are important pests and or vectors to a. Bookseller Inventory # 97134

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Title: Entomology : Ecology and Biodiversity

Publisher: Scientific

Publication Date: 2011

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