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Forest insect guilds: patterns of interaction with host trees
Baranchikov, Yuri N.; Mattson, William J.; Hain, Fred P.; Payne, Thomas L., eds. Forest Insect Guilds: Patterns of Interaction with Host Trees; 1989 August 13-17; Abakan, Siberia, U.S.S.R. Gen. Tech. Rep. NE-153. Radnor, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station. 400 p.
Twenty-five full-length papers and 19 poster papers on the interactions of different forest insect guilds with their host plants are presented in this proceedings, which is the result of an International Union of Forestry Research Organization Symposium that took place in Abakan, Siberia, U.S.S.R. in August 1989.
Titles contained within Forest insect guilds: patterns of interaction with host trees
- Host-plant specialization in needle-eating insects of Sweden
- Sawflies and ponderosa pine: hypothetical response surfaces for pine genotype, ontogenic stage, and stress level
- Does reproduction compromise defense in woody plants?
- Plant reproductive organs and the origin of terrestrial insects
- Preference of dendrophagous insects for forest borders
- Woody plant grazing systems: North American outbreak folivores and their host plants
- Variation in the nutritional physiology of tree-feeding swallowtail caterpillars
- Do differences in inducible resistance explain the population dynamics of birch and pine defoliators?
- Repeated damage of leaves by phyllophagous insects: is it influenced by rapid inducible resistance?
- Douglas-fir nutrients and terpenes as potential factors influencing western spruce budworm defoliation
- Patterns of nutrient utilization in the needle-feeding guild
- The folivore guild on larch (Larix decidua) in the alps
- Outbreak of Zeiraphera rufimitrana on silver fir hitherto unknown in southwest Germany
- An insect out of control? The potential for spread and establishment of the gypsy moth in new forest areas in the United States
- Integrating host, natural enemy, and other processes in population models of the pine sawfly
- Bioecology of the conifer swift moth, Korscheltellus gracilis, a root feeder associated with spruce-fir decline
- The reconstruction of Lymantria dispar outbreaks by dendrochronological methods in the South Urals
- Impact of a spring defoliator on common oak
- Tolerance to insect defoliation: biocenotic aspects
- Insect-plant interactions in anthropogenically transformed ecosystems
- Does the plant defend itself against leaf-feeding insects?
- The role of phenotype structure in the population dynamics of gypsy moth in the Lower Dnieper region
- Novel aspects of host tree resistance to leafminers
- The within-tree distribution of caterpillar mines
- Adelgid and scale insect guilds on hemlock and pine
- Adelgid host interactions with special reference to the balsam woolly adelgid in North America
- Significance of phytohormones in Siberian larch-bud gall midge interaction
- Manipulation of host plant biomass allocation and resource regulation by the larch bud gall midge
- Gall midges (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) in forest ecosystems
- Seed galls of Semudobia betulae (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) on species of birch (Betula spp.)
- Structure, specificity, and evolution of insect guilds related to cones of conifers in Western Europe
- Seed production and cone-feeding insects of Pinus pumila on the Kamtchatka Peninsula: aspect's of coexistence
- Ips typographus and Ophiostoma polonicum versus Norway spruce: joint attack and host defense
- Relations between wood-inhabiting insects and fungi
- On the role of the tree in relation to colonization by Ips typographus L.
- Interspecific olfactory communication in the southern pine bark beetle guild
- Using pheromones in the management of bark beetle outbreaks
- Effects of larch defenses on xylophagous insect guilds
- Effects of fir sawyer beetle on spatial structure of Siberian fir stands
- Fir sawyer beetle-Siberian fir interaction modeling: resistance of fir stands to insect outbreaks
- Conifer defenses and xylophagous insects
- Attraction of some scolytids and associated beetles to the host volatiles α-pinene and ethanol
- Influence of predators and parisitoids on bark beetle productivity
- Seasonal and spatial changes in the structure of the subcortical insect community in pine forests
Baranchikov, Yuri N.; Mattson, William J.; Hain, Fred P.; Payne, Thomas L. 1991. Forest insect guilds: patterns of interaction with host trees. Baranchikov, Yuri N.; Mattson, William J.; Hain, Fred P.; Payne, Thomas L., eds. Forest Insect Guilds: Patterns of Interaction with Host Trees; 1989 August 13-17; Abakan, Siberia, U.S.S.R. Gen. Tech. Rep. NE-153. Radnor, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station. 400 p.
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