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Contributions on the ecology and control of Prostephanus truncatus (Horn) in stored cassava
Mark A. P. Wright
1993 in Reading .
Written in English
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Fadamiro, H.Y., , Flight and landing behaviour of Prostephanus truncatus (Horn) (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae) in relation to wind speed: Journal of Stored Products Research, 32, Fadamiro, H.Y., b, Influence of stimulus dose and wind speed on the orientation behaviour of Prostephanus truncatus (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae) to. Mark A. P. Wright has written: 'Contributions on the ecology and control of Prostephanus truncatus (Horn) in stored cassava' Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights What has the author P A Wright. Potential hosts of Prostephanus truncatus (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae) among native and agroforestry trees in Kenya. Bulletin of Entomological Research, 92(6) Bulletin of Entomological Research, 92(6) Books. Wyatt TD () Animal Behaviour: A Very Short University Press, Oxford. Wyatt TD () Pheromones and animal behavior: chemical signals and signatures. (2nd Edition) Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. more details. Hurst JL, Beynon RJ, Roberts SC & Wyatt TD (eds) () Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 11 ISBN: .
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Contributions on the ecology and control of Prostephanus truncatus (Horn) in stored cassava. Author: Wright, Mark A. ISNI: Awarding Body: University of Reading Current Institution: University of Reading Date of Award: Giles, P.H. & Kibata, G.N. () Recent developments in Kenya on the ecology and control of Prostephanus truncatus.
5 – 13 in Boeye, J., Wright, M. & Laborius, G.A. (Eds) Implementation of and further research on biological control of the larger grain borer. Eugster, in Encyclopedia of Ecology, Influence on Small Animals and Seed Dispersal. Small insects need to adopt to wind speeds.
Studies carried out in a wind tunnel indicate that weak winds > m s −1 already have an effect on the flight and landing behavior of the bug Prostephanus truncatus (Horn). A comprehensive review is presented on the biology and control of Prostephanus truncatus (Horn), a major pest of farm-stored maize and dried cassava.
General information about Prostephanus truncatus (PROETR) PM6 - Safe use of Biological Control; PM7 - Diagnostics; PM8 Contributions on the ecology and control of Prostephanus truncatus book Commodity-specific Phytosanitary Measures is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information from this project subsequently included in the EPPO Global Database.
Notes on Taxonomy and Nomenclature Top of page Prostephanus truncatus was first described by Horn, as Dinoderus truncatus, and has been referred to as Stephanopachys truncatus by Back and Cotton ().The genus Prostephanus was erected by Lesne () to accommodate this and three other species; P.
truncatus is the only one of these species. Prostephanus truncatus pest status in Africa is high and the degree of infestation and. damage vary between regions. The variation in pest status is due to climatic conditions, food sources, and degree. of storage infra-structure development and efficacy of control methods.
Prostephanus truncatus has established in 20 African countries. Its temporal and spatial dispersion is unpredictable and depends on ecological factors, maize and dry cassava trade routes.
A new distribution map is provided for Prostephanus truncatus (Horn) Coleoptera: Bostrichidae (greater grain borer, larger grain borer). Attacks stored maize, cassava, groundnuts, beans and other stored cereals. Aquatic Biology and Ecology - Automation and Control. control. truncatus.
and. zeamais. in stored maize grains. encouragement and diverse contributions towards the completion of this study. Without their advice, criticisms and directions, this work would not have been successful.
Biology and ecology of. Prostephanus truncatus. 16 Economic Importance of. A comprehensive review is presented on the biology and control of Prostephanus truncatus (Horn), a major pest of farm-stored maize and dried cassava. Originally indigenous to Mexico and Central America, P. truncatus has recently been introduced and become established in parts of East and West Africa where it has caused severe damage to farm-stored by: At optimum conditions of 80% relative humidity and 32 °C (90 °F), and available food, P.
truncatus completes its lifecycle within 27 days. It is a serious pest of dried grains, especially maize and dried cassava in West : Bostrichidae. The influence of traditional store design on Prostephanus truncatus and the history of changes in the use of post-harvest chemicals are described.
Synthetic and non-synthetic chemicals, host plant resistance, store design, fumigation, plant products, inert dusts and thermal disinfestation all have a role to by: Dick, K.
() A review of insect infestation if maize in farm storage in Africa with special reference to the ecology and control of Prostephanus truncatus. Natural Resources Institute, Chatham Maritime, Kent, ME4 TB, UK, 42 pp. Google ScholarCited by: Proceedings of the workshop on integrated control on insect pests in rural maize stores, with particular reference to the larger grain borer Prostephanus truncatus (Horn) (Col.: Bostrichidae), and the future development of the post-harvest sector in sub-Saharan Africa.
October,Calavi, Benin. GTZ, Eschborn, Germany. Biological control has made a major contribution to integrated pest management (IPM) in Africa, but its documentation has been scattered and often under-reported. This book provides a review of the most important studies, including not only successes, but also on-going challenges.
The biology and control of Prostephanus truncatus (Horn) (Coleoptera: Bostricidae) a destructive storage pest with increasing range. Cited by: 5. Prostephanus truncatus pest status in Africa is high and the degree of infestation and damage vary between regions. The variation in pest status is due to climatic conditions, food sources, and degree of storage infra-structure development and efficacy of control methods.
Prostephanus truncatus has established in 20 African by: Research on Prostephanus truncatus 31 List of publications Adam, F. [Document presented - on behalf of Togo - to the regional seminar on control of the larger grain borer], pp In Workshop on the containment and control of the larger grain borer, Arusha, Tanzania, [ May ].
Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock. Hodges, R.J. () Field Ecology and Monotoring of Prostephanus truncatus Horn. In: Workshop on the Larger Grain Borer, Prostephanus truncatus (Horn), Tropical Development Research Institute, Storage Department, Eschborn, 32 Author: Déthié Ngom, Cheikh Thiaw, Mbacké Sembène.
ABSTRACT The effects of three maize varieties and two storage seasons on the population dynamics of Prostephanus truncatus and Sitophilus zeamais were observed in the traditional 4Ewe’ barn on the field.
Two local varieties, Dzolokpuita and Abutia and an. Journal of Tropical Ecology Before 1. Nansen C, Korie S, Meikle WG () CANOCO and SADIE - software packages for spatial analysis of pheromone trap catches of maize storage pest and its biological control agent. Larger grain borer (Prostephanus truncatus) Dick, Kenneth () A review of insect infestation of maize in farm storage in Africa with special reference to the ecology and control of Prostephanus truncatus.
Natural Resources Institute, Bulletin No. A project which aims to develop an integrated control programme for Prostephanus truncatus on stored maize is described. Losses in Costa Rica when the pest was present were similar to those in Africa in the absence of the pest.
The relationship between P. truncatus and Teretriosoma nigrescens was studied using pheromone traps. In Costa Rica, the predator was Cited by: 2. Mark A. Wright has written: 'Contributions on the ecology and control of Prostephanus truncatus (Horn) in stored cassava' Asked in Singapore, History of.
Golob, P. () Prostephanus truncatus (Horn), the Larger Grain Borer, in East Africa: the development of a control strategy.
In Proceedings of the 3rd International Working Conference on Stored Products Entomology, Manhattan, Kansas, U.S.A.,pp. – Cited by: 6. Biological control of larger grain borer, Prostephanus truncatus (Horn)(Coleoptera: Bostrichidae) with entomopathogenic fungi - Beauveria bassiana (Balsamo) vaillemin (Hypocreales: Cordycipitaceae) Popoola et al.
that T. album caused 20% mortality within seven days post spraying at the lowest concentration and % mortality at the highest. Hodges, R.J. () A Review of the Biology and Control of the Larger Grain Borer Prostephanus truncatus.
TROP. STORED Prod. Inf., 43, Hodges, R.J. () The Biology and Control of Prostephanus truncatus (Horn) (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae): A Destructive Storage Pest with an Increasing Range. Journal of Stored Products Research, 22, Regulatory Control of Larger Grain Borer The introduction of larger grain borer, Prostephanus truncatus, into Tanzania in East Africa during the late s and Togo in West Africa during the early s, and the spread to at least 14 other African countries are mentioned in Fundamentals of Stored Product Entomology.
Professor Rick Hodges has worked for the Natural Resources Institute, and its predecessor organisations, for thirty five years. He is a specialist in the postharvest management of durable agricultural commodities and for six years was as a full-time commodity management advisor to grain marketing boards in West Africa (Mali) and South East Asia (Indonesia).
The Morrison Lab focuses on exploring the chemical ecology, behavior, biological control, and IPM of insects in the agricultural postharvest supply chain. The overarching goal of the lab's research program is to develop behaviorally-based management strategies that will help decrease insecticide inputs, decrease postharvest losses, and strengthen global food security.
Hence, the evaluation of alternative control agents against this species is essential. Very few data are also available on the susceptibility of P.
truncatus to spinosad. Mutambuki et al. tested spinosad against P. truncatus in semi-field tests in Kenya. The authors used a spinosad dust formulation at rates ofand ppm on maize Cited by: Prostephanus truncatus (Horn) and Sitophilus zeamais Motschulsky have been reported as the two most serious pests of stored maize in sub-Saharan Africa and smallholder farmers are in urgent need of guidelines for their proper management.
In this article we investigate the injury rates attributable to these two species in terms of percentage weight loss and percentage Cited by: Laboratory experiments were conducted at the University of Ghana, Legon, to determine the extent of damage and weight loss caused by Prostephanus truncatus to dry chips of varieties of cassava (biafra, bosomensia), yam (pona, takyeman), cocoyam (mankanipa (red), mankaniserwa (white) and plantain (apantu, asamienu) grown in Ghana and kept over 3 separate storage.
Identification of major component of male-produced aggregation pheromone of larger grain borer,Prostephanus truncatus (Horn) (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae). Journal of Chemical Ecology. 17, pp. AuthorsCited by: 1. Following the accidental introduction of the bostrichid beetle Prostephanus truncatus into East and West Africa arounda classical biological control campaign was launched in ; the histerid beetle Teretrius nigrescens was released as a biocontrol agent to prevent the destructive outbreak of the pest in small‐farm maize stores.
However, while the campaign has Cited by: Prostephanus truncatus is intercepted in Senegal in , and represents since then a threat to maize conservation in the country.
These two insect species reduce also maize germination, increase the grains moisture content [ 15 ] [ 16 ] and favor the storage contamination by fungi and bacteria [ 16 ] [ 17 ].
Media in category "Prostephanus truncatus" The following 4 files are in this category, out of 4 total. CSIRO ScienceImage Prostephanus truncatus Larger grain ×. Effect of age and sex on the response of walking Prostephanus truncatus (Horn) to its male-produced aggregation pheromone. Journal of Stored Products Research Fadamiro, H.Y.
Flight and landing behavior of Prostephanus truncatus in relation to wind speed. Journal of Stored Products Research Functional and numerical responses of adult females of the predatory bug Alloeocranum biannulipes Montrouzier and Signoret (Hemiptera: Reduviidae) to density changes of the larger grain borer, Prostephanus truncatus (Horn) (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae), infesting cassava chips were investigated under laboratory conditions.
Starved predators were exposed to different. INTRODUCTION. The larger grain borer (LGB), Prostephanus truncatus (Horn) (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae) is a pest of stored products and reduces the storage period of maize kernels, from about 10 to 12 months to approximately 6 months with pest infestation.
In Mozambique, this pest causes reduction of up to 62 % in the granaries of stored maize (Cugala et al. ; Muatinte Author: B.L. Muatinte, L.A. Santos, J. Van den Berg.Effectiveness of cyfluthrin dust for control and protection of shelled maize against infestation by Prostephanus truncatus (Horn) (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae) in Tanzania.
International Journal of Pest Management 37(3): – Makundi, R.H., Mbise, T.J. and Kilonzo, B.S. (). Observations on the role of rodents in crop losses in Tanzania. The preference of cassava as a major host by Prostephanus truncatus Horn is a major constraint to ample production of cassava, Manihot esculenta Crantz and storage.
This study analyzed the nutritional and secondary metabolite compositions in 15 cassava varieties, evaluated levels of damage and reproduction by P. truncatus, and assessed their resistance Cited by: 2.