Mechanisms and deployment of resistance in trees to insects
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Mechanisms and deployment of resistance in trees to insects by James Tyler Kent

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Published by Kluwer Academic in Dordrecht, .
Written in English


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Statementedited by Michael R. Wagner ... [et al.].
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LC ClassificationsSD:QL
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Paginationix, 332 p. :
Number of Pages332
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Open LibraryOL22529595M
ISBN 101402006187

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Mechanisms and Deployment of Resistance in Trees to Insects is a worldwide synthesis of tree resistance to insects. The contributions are by senior scientists and represent all the major forested regions of the world. The book constitutes a comprehensive treatment of the state of our knowledge on. Mechanisms and Deployment of Resistance in Trees to Insects is a worldwide synthesis of tree resistance to insects. The contributions are by senior scientists and represent all the major forested regions of the world.   The result of an international symposium held in August as part of the International Congress of Entomology, 13 papers look at general patterns in tree mechanisms of resistance to defoliators, shoot insects, wood borers, bark beetles, and gall forming insects Price: $ Mechanisms and Deployment of Resistance in Trees to Insects is a worldwide synthesis of tree resistance to insects. The book constitutes a comprehensive treatment of the state of our knowledge on patterns of resistance by insect guilds and how this knowledge can be deployed to achieve the management of damaging forest insects.

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