Ecological Interactions and Biological Control

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Index
Abutilon theophrasti. See Velvetleaf
Acaris farris, 144
Acaris siro, 144
Acentria nivea (= Acentropus niveus), 58, 59
Achrysocharoides sp., 11(table)
Acremonium curvulum, 61
Acrididae species, 12-15(table)
Acsogaster quadridentata Wesm., 12-15(table)
Actinomycetes, 225, 228, 255
Acyrthosiphon pisum (Harris) and kondoi Shinji, 302
Adelges tsugae (Annand), 33, 35(photo), 40, 41 (fig.), 42, 45, 46, 47, 50
Adelgidae, 33
Adelgids, 32, 33, 35(photo), 37(photo), 38, 44, 45-46
Aegeriidae, 19-20(table), 22(table)
Aeschynomene virginica. See Northern jointvetch
Africa, 62
Agapeta zoegana L., 19-20(table)
Agrilus hyperici (Creutzer), 19-20(table)
Agrobacterium radiobacter, 109 strain K-84, 8, 111
Agrobacterium tumefaciens, 8, 109, 111
Agromyzidae, 19-20(table), 22(table)
Agypon flaveolatum (Gravenhorst), 6
Ahlf Farm (Le Sueur, Minn.), 81, 83(fig.)
AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome), 206
Alberta ( Canada), 60
Alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.), 108, 109, 110, 113, 117-118, 167, 178, 232, 291, 302 meal, 227
Alginate prill, 262, 264
Allelopathy, 56, 57
Alligatorweed (Althernanthera philoxeroides), 62
Althernanthera philoxeroides. See Alligatorweed
Altica carduorum Guerin-Meneville, 19-20(table)
Amaranthus sp. See Pigweed
Amblyospora sp., 207
Amblyseius barkeri, 141, 144
Amblyseius cucumeris, 141, 144
Ambrosia artemesiifolia. See Common ragweed
Ambrosia psilostachya, 18(table)
Ambrosia trifid. See Giant ragweed
American dog tick (Dermacentor variabilis (Say)), 10, 12-15(table)
Aminoglycoside, 112, 121
Anaphes atomarium (Brèthes), 12-15(table)
Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS), 146
Animal manure, 283, 285, 291, 293, 295
Annosus root rot, 8
Anomala orientalis Waterhouse. See Oriental beetle Anthocorids, 140, 141
Anthomyiidae, 19-20(table), 22(table)
Anthribidae, 19-20(table), 22(table)
Antibiosis, 107, 108, 110, 113-114, 119, 129, 232, 295
Antibiotic B, 112, 113, 121
Antibiotics, 110, 111, 112, 129, 227, 259
Antibiotic synthesis, 113-114
Antifungal properties, 111
Ants, 46
Apanteles californicus, 11(table)
Aphanogmus fulmeki, 142
Aphanomyces, 109, 284(table), 285, 286-289 (tables), 292, 296
Aphidius, 142
Aphididae, 12-15(table), 19-20(table), 22(table)
Aphidoletes aphididimyza, 142, 143
Aphids, 12-15(table), 141, 143, 301, 302, 304
APHIS. See Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service
Aphis choris Koch, 19-20(table)
Aphis fabae Scopolis, 302
Aphthona cyparissiae (Koch). See Spurge beetle
Aphthona czwalinai ( Weise), 19-20(table)
Aphthona flava Guilleeau, 19-20(table), 216
Aphthona genus, 23, 216

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