5 edition of Destructive and useful insects. found in the catalog.
Destructive and useful insects.
Robert L. Metcalf
Rev. ed . of Destructive and useful insects by C. L. Metcalf, W. P. Flint, 1962.
|Contributions||Metcalf, C. L., Metcalf, Robert A., Flint, W. P.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ca. 1000p. :|
|Number of Pages||1000|
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Flint, W. ; Metcalf, Robert Lee, and a great selection of related books, art and. Buy Book Destructive and Useful Insect, ISBN:Author: Metcalf, C L, R L Metcalf and W P Flint. This fourth edition of a standard text-book on economic entomology in the United States and southern Canada [cf.
R.A.E., B 40 49, etc.] has been completely modernized and partly rewritten to bring the text up to date. Some rearrangement of chapters has permitted an integrated review of insect structure, function and biochemical processes, the sections on classification, development and.
Destructive and useful insects: their habits and control. 5th ed. New York: McGraw-Hill. Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide) Metcalf, Robert L. Robert A. Metcalf and C. Metcalf. Destructive and Useful Insects: Their. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Metcalf, C.L.
(Clell Lee), Destructive and useful insects. New York ; London: McGraw Book Company, Inc., More than important insect pests of North America are described, with details of life history, keys, properties and uses of insecticides, microbial insecticides, attractants and repellents, biological control, chemical ecology and plant resistance.
The movement away from reliance on polluting and toxic chemicals towards integrated pest management is emphasised. Destructive and Useful Insects. Their Habits and Control Hardcover – January 1, by Revised by R. Metcalf C. Metcalf, W.P. Flint (Author), R. Metcalf (Preface) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $ Author: Revised by R. Metcalf C. Metcalf, W.P. Flint. This third edition of a text-book of economic entomology in the United States and southern Canada resembles the previous ones [R.A.E., A 17 29; 27 ] in general arrangement, but, in order to bring it up to date, some sections, notably those dealing with insecticides and other materials used in chemical control and with equipment for the application of insecticides, have been extended and.
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Grasshopper plagues, termite swarms, large palm weevil grubs, and other insects are still sources of protein in some countries. The dry scaly excreta of coccids (Homoptera) on tamarisk or larch trees is the source of manna in the Sinai Desert.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Revised edition of: Destructive and useful instects / C.L. Metcalf, W.P. Flint. 4th ed. c This book has been widely accepted as a standard reference on economic entomology.
The first 10 chapters are devoted to the fundamentals of technical entomology, while the remaining 13 chapters are given over to the major crop insects in the United States and southern Canada. Destructive and Useful Insects: Their Habits and Control. JAMA. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
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Flint. New York.A section of this textbook, which is reviewed elsewhere [R.A.E., A1 xvii, 29], deals with the insects, mites and ticks affecting the health of man and animals in. the United States. Field keys are given for the identification of the groups or sometimes the species of pests attacking man, various domestic animals, and poultry; and the life-history, appearance and habits of each are described.