2 edition of Advances in insect population control by the sterile-male technique found in the catalog.
Advances in insect population control by the sterile-male technique
|Statement||G.C. LaBrecque and J.C. Keller scientific editors ; report of a Panel held in Vienna, 20-24 July 1964.|
|Series||I.A.E.A. technical reports series -- 44|
|Contributions||LaBrecque, G. C., Keller, J. C., International Atomic Energy Agency., Panel on Insect Population Control (1964 : Vienna)|
Reduction of mosquito populations will, at least, reduce substantially the transmission of malaria disease. One potential method of achieving this reduction is the environmentally-friendly population control method known as the Sterile Insect Control (SIT) method. The SIT method has so far not been widely used against insect disease vectors, such as mosquitoes, because of various practical ?PaperID= There is a renewed effort to develop novel malaria control strategies as even well-implemented existing malaria control tools may fail to block transmission in some regions. Currently, transgenic implementations of the sterile insect technique (SIT) such as the release of insects with a dominant lethal, homing endonuclease genes, or flightless mosquitoes are in ://
The screw-worm fly was the first pest successfully eliminated from an area through the sterile insect technique, by the use of an integrated area-wide approach.. The sterile insect technique (SIT)   is a method of biological insect control, whereby overwhelming numbers of sterile insects are released into the wild. The released insects are preferably male, as this is more cost-effective The successful suppression of a target insect population using the sterile insect technique (SIT) partly depends on the premise that the laboratory insects used for mass rearing are genetically compatible with the target population, that the mating competitiveness of laboratory reared males is at least comparable to that of their wild counterparts, and that mass rearing and sterilization
AUTOCIDAL & PHEROMONAL PEST CONTROL (Contacts)Autocidal ControlThe use of sterile male pestiferous insects has been the primary emphasis in autocidal control, although there has been considerable research in genetic methods, involving the incorporation of lethal traits into a pest's sterile male approach continues to be most widely used, there having been no ~legneref/biotact/bchtm. Control of Pest Population by Sterile Insect Technique Considering Logistic Growth With Spatial Spread Invasion and Optimal Production Policies: /ch In this chapter, the authors have proposed a SIT model to eradicate the pest population. It has been assumed that the females after mating with wild males
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Susan C. Welburn, Ian Maudlin, in Advances in Parasitology, SIT. The sterile insect technique (SIT), involving the release of artificially reared sterile males, offers an environmentally friendly option for tsetse control and has been used successfully to eliminate tsetse from Unguja Island, Zanzibar (Vreysen et al., ).However, the use of SIT in African settings has been /sterile-insect-technique.
In this report, compiled mainly from the papers read at a meeting in Vienna in Julya review is given of recent advances in knowledge of methods of causing sterility in insects by means of irradiation, chemosterilants or induced mutation and of work preparatory to the application of this knowledge to the control of insect Advances in insect population control by the sterile-male technique book.
The report is arranged in 11 sections, and information on ?start= Advances in insect population control by the sterile-male technique. Vienna, International Atomic Energy Agency, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: G C LaBrecque; J C Keller; International Atomic Energy Agency, The sterile insect technique (SIT) is an environmentally safe and proven technology to suppress wild populations.
To further advance its utility, a Advances in insect population control by the sterile-male technique G.C. LaBrecque and J.C.
Keller （Technical reports series, no. 44） International Atomic Energy Agency, The sterile insect technique is an environmentally-friendly insect pest control method involving the mass-rearing and sterilization, using radiation, of a target pest, followed by the systematic area-wide release of the sterile males by air over defined areas, where they mate with wild females resulting in no offspring and a declining pest :// The sterile insect technique is the first involving insect genetics for population control, and it can be applied only to pest species that reproduce by sexual means.
It is effective only if the sexually sterile males are aggressive and successfully compete with wild males in searching for and mating with indigenous Sterile Insect Technique. The Sterile Insect Technique, best known by its acronym SIT and also identified as the Sterile Insect Release Method (SIRM), is a biologically-based method for the management of key insect pests of agricultural and medical/veterinary the FAO glossary, the Sterile Insect Technique is defined as "a method of pest control using area-wide inundative The sterile insect technique (SIT) offers a promising strategy for mosquito-borne diseases prevention and control.
For such a strategy to be effective, sterile males need to be competitive enough to fulfil their intended function by reducing wild mosquito populations in :// NORMAL FEMALE STERILE MALE UNFERTILISED EGGS Continued sterile male releases,the population decline Ratio of sterile to normal male increases until no nomal male remain.
The population becomes extinct for lack of progeny Sterile Insect Technique is the method of genetic control comes broadly under biological control :// Hightower, B. “Population dynamics of the screwworm fly, Cochliomyia Hominivorax (coquerel), with respect to control by the sterile male technique,” in panel proceedings Insect ecology and the sterile male technique, International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, STI/PUB/ ().
Google Scholar LaBrecque GC, Keller JC () Advances in insect population control by the sterile-male technique. Vienna, Austria: International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). 79 p. Economopoulos AP () Sexual competitiveness of gamma-ray sterilized males of Dacus oleae. Mating frequency of artificially reared and wild females.
Environ Entomol 1: –?id=/ The Sterile Insect Technique (SIT) is a form of insect birth control. The process involves rearing large quantities of sterilized male mosquitoes in dedicated facilities, and then releasing them to mate with females in the wild.
As they do not produce any offspring, the insect population declines over :// Sterile Insect Technique Principles and Practice in Area-Wide Integrated Pest Management As evidenced by the successful area-wide insect pest control programmes described in this book, the sterile insect technique (SIT), a component of these programmes, INSECT TECHNIQUE Chapter Role of Population and Behavioural Ecology in the Title(s): Advances in insect population control by the sterile-male technique; G.
LaBrecque and J. Keller, scientific editors. Country of Publication: Austria Publisher: Vienna, International Atomic Energy Agency, Description: 79 p. illus.
Language: English MeSH: Insect Control*; Insects/radiation effects*; Sterilization The sterile insect technique (SIT) is an environment-friendly pest control technique with application in the area-wide integrated control of key pests, including the suppression or elimination of introduced populations and the exclusion of new introductions.
Reproductive sterility is normally induced by ionizing radiation, a convenient and consistent method that maintains a reasonable degree ()90[ Sterile insect technique The sterile insect technique (SIT) is an environmentally friendly method for the biological control of pests using area-wide inundative release of sterile insects to reduce reproduction in a field population of the same species (IPPC, ) :// NUCLEUS information resources.
International Nuclear Information System (INIS) Power Reactor Information System (PRIS) Advanced Reactors Information System (ARIS) /book/insect-population-control-by-the-sterile-male-technique. The sterile insect technique (SIT) is an environment-friendly method of pest control that integrates well into area-wide integrated pest management (AW-IPM) programmes.
A first of its kind, this book takes a generic, comprehensive, and global approach in describing the principles and practice of the › Life Sciences › Entomology. The Sterile Insect Technique (SIT) is a pest control method where large numbers of sterile males are released to induce sterility in wild populations.
females to maintain the population. Male. Abstract. Sterile insect technique (SIT) is a promising, environmentally friendly alternative to the use of pesticides for insect pest control.
However, implementing SIT with Aedes aegypti (Linnaeus) mosquitoes presents unique challenges. For example, during transport from the rearing facility to the release site and during the actual release in the field, damage to male mosquitoes should be 1.
Overview of the joint FAO/IAEA divisions involvement in fruit fly sterile insect technique programs 2. Population genetics of Ceratitis capitate and phylogenetic relations with other tephritidae 3. Food foraging behaviour of frugivorous fruit flies 4. Advances in attachtant and trapping technologies for tephritids ://Insect population control by the sterile-male technique.
Vienna, International Atomic Energy Agency, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: A W Lindquist; International Atomic Energy Agency,