The Helicoverpa problem in Australia: biology and management

Fitt, G. P. and Cotter, S. C. and UNSPECIFIED and UNSPECIFIED (2005) The Helicoverpa problem in Australia: biology and management. In: Heliothis/Helicoverpa management: emerging trends and strategies for future research. Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. ISBN 9781578083817

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Abstract

This chapter describes the distribution, population dynamics, host range and feeding preference of H. armigera and H. punctigera, the 2 most important Helicoverpa pests in Australia; host selection by Helicoverpa spp.; extent of damage on crops caused by Helicoverpa spp.; management of Helicoverpa spp. in Australia, with emphasis on the development of transgenic cotton harbouring a Bacillus thuringiensis gene, and implementation of an integrated control system incorporating INGARD (transgenic cotton); and role of the wild relatives of chickpea as sources of resistance to Helicoverpa.

Keywords:pest, lepidoptera, plant-insect interactions
Subjects:C Biological Sciences > C360 Pest Science
C Biological Sciences > C182 Evolution
C Biological Sciences > C150 Environmental Biology
C Biological Sciences > C340 Entomology
C Biological Sciences > C120 Behavioural Biology
C Biological Sciences > C180 Ecology
C Biological Sciences > C300 Zoology
C Biological Sciences > C110 Applied Biology
C Biological Sciences > C100 Biology
Divisions:College of Science > School of Life Sciences
ID Code:15964
Deposited On:06 Nov 2014 18:19

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