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Proceedings of the 8th International Working Conference
on Stored-Product Protection
(Table of Contents)

Full Citation:
Credland, P.F.; Armitage, D.M.; Bell, C.H.; Cogan, P.M.; Highley, E. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 8th International Working Conference on Stored Product Protection, 22-26 July 2002, York, UK. CAB International, Wallingford, United Kingdom, 2003. (ISBN 0851996914)
Preface v
The International Working Conferences on Stored-Product Protection vii-viii
Oral Paper
Linking farmers to markets in developing countries: Impacts of globalisation, governance and development policies on innovation and implementation of postharvest technology – Haines, C.P.3-10
Poster Papers
Improvement of the grain elevator receiving operation by means of object-oriented simulation – Berruto, R.; Maier, D. E.11-16
The current situation and development priorities for grain postharvest technology in China – Cheng-chuanxiu; Li-fujun; Tan-Bengang.17-21
University of Manitoba Centre for Grain Storage Research and Development – Jayas, D.S.; White, N.D.G.22-25
Paddy and rice storage in China – Qiu Weifen; Jin Zuxun26-39
Keynote Papers
Taxonomic imperatives in stored product acarology – Halliday, R.B.43-49
Do resistant seeds offer a worthwhile avenue for progress in stored product protection? – Credland, P.F.; Appleby, J.H.50-58
Oral Papers
Psocoptera (psocids) as pests of bulk grain storage in Australia: A cautionary tale to industry and researchers – Rees, D.59-64
Effect of suboptimal temperatures and sublethal carbon dioxide levels on Cryptolestes ferrugineus, alone and in combination with Tribolium castaneum – Hulasare, R.B.; White, N.D.G.; Jayas, D.S.65-70
Use of pheromone-baited trap catches as indicators of occurrence of potential hosts of Prostephanus truncatus (Horn) (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae) in a forest in southern Benin – Nansen, C.; Meikle, W.G.71-77
The effect of temperature management on Sitophilus zeamais, Tribolium castaneum and Plodia interpunctella in stored maize: Summer 2001 pilot bin trials – Maier, D.E.; Ileleji, K. E.; Woloshuk, C.P.; Szabela, D.A.78-83
Host-finding ability of Lariophagus distinguendus (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae), a potential natural enemy for the biological control of stored product pest beetles – Steidle , J.L.M.; Prozell, S.; Schöller, M.84-86
Entomopathogenic fungi for the control of invertebrate pests in storage structures – Cox , P.; Wakefield, M.; Price, N.; Wildey, K; Moore, D.; Aquino de Muro, M.; Bell, B.87-94
Distinguishing injury from damage and post-storage damage projection – Stejskal, V.; Lukas, J.95-98
Areawide integrated pest management program for commercial grain stores – Flinn, P.; Hagstrum, D.; Reed, C.; Phillips, T.99-102
Keynote Paper
Where does pest detection research go next? – Chambers, J.103-109
Oral Papers
Warning farmers when the risk of infestation by Prostephanus truncatus is high – Hodges, R.J.; Birkinshaw, L.A.; Addo, S.110-114
Development and validation of sequential sampling plans for Sitophilus species associated with pet specialty stores – Toews, M.; Subramanyam, B.; Roesli, R.115-120
Critical issues in the development and interpretation of pest monitoring programs for food processing facilities – Campbell , J.F.; Prabhakaran, S.; Schneider, B.; Arbogast, R.T.121-127
Molecular diagnostic tools for detecting arthropod contamination in stored products – Phillips, T.W.; Baige; Zhao128-130
Entomological applications of near-infrared spectroscopy – Throne, J.E.; Dowell, F.E.; Perez-Mendoza, J.; Baker, J.E.131-134
Comparison of ELISA and fragment count methods for detection of insects in wheat flour – Atui, M.B.; Lazzari, S.M.N.; Lazzari, F.A.; Flinn, P.W.135-138
Use of electronic nose technology for the early detection of spoilage moulds in cereal products – Magan, N.; Keshri, G.; Needham, R.; Sneath, R.139-143
Commercialisation of a species-identifying automated stored-product insect monitoring system – Shuman, D.; Epsky, N.D.; Crompton, D.R.144-150
Poster Papers
Insect population dynamics and grain damage in small-farm stores in Zimbabwe, with particular reference to Sitotroga cerealella (Olivier) (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) – Mvumi, B.M.; Golob, P.; Stathers, T.E.; Giga, D.P.151-168
Biology of Apanteles carpatus (Hymenoptera: Braconidae), a parasitoid of tineid moths (Lepidoptera: Tineidae) – Plarre, R.; Balnuweit, O.169-172
The effect of fluctuating temperature and humidity, and aeration, on population growth of Acarus siro (L.) near the surface of a grain bulk – Dunn, J.A.173-178
Development of a rapid immunoassay for the detection of storage mite pests in cereals – Dunn, J.A.; Danks, C.; Thind, B.B.; Banks, J.N.; Chambers, J.179-182
Space requirements of Cheyletus eruditus (Schrank) and Cheyletus malaccensis Oudemans (Acarina: Cheyletidae) – Z'darkova, E.; Horak, P.183-188
Physical and ecological changes in insect-and fungus-induced hotspots – Cook , D.A.; Armitage, D.M. 189-195
The I-SPy Insect Indicator™: Development of an insect monitoring trap for use on flat surfaces in the cereal and food trades, and potential applications – Collins, L.E.; Chambers, J.; Cogan, P.196-199
Kinetics of diatomaceous earth (Fossil-Shield®) uptake by Callosobruchus maculatus (F.) (Coleoptera: Bruchidae) – Rohitha Prasantha , B.D.; Reichmuth, Ch.; Strumpf, Th.200-207
Effect of diatomaceous earths on the reproductive performance of Callosobruchus maculatus (F.) (Coleoptera: Bruchidae) – Rohitha Prasantha, B.D.; Reichmuth, Ch.; Büttner, C.208-216
Distribution of Ephestia elutella in a tobacco-processing factory in Portugal – Pereira, A.P.; David, A.; Mexia, A.217-221
The use of pheromone traps for mass trapping of Lasioderma serricorne in a cigarette factory in Portugal – Carvalho , M.O.; Mexia, A.222-229
The granary weevil Sitophilus granarius is suppressed by the parasitoid Lariophagus distinguendus Förster (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae) – Reppchen , A.; Schöller, M.; Prozell, S.; Adler, C.; Reichmuth, C.; Steidle, J.230-232
Screening of North American species of Trichogramma Westwood (Hymenoptera: Trichogrammatidae) for control of the Indian meal moth, Plodia interpunctella (Hübner) (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) – Schöller, M.; Fields, P.G.233-237
Comparing insect captures in the "StorMax Insector" and other probe traps – Bonjour, E.L.; Phillips, T.W.238-240
Preliminary molecular investigations of three Liposcelis species associated with grain storage systems in Australia – Mikac, K.M.241-243
The use of light traps for attracting stored-product insects in a rice mill and paddy seed stores – Nualvatna, K.; Makathan, N.; Chavapradit, C.; Kitkuandee, K.; Uraichuan, J.244-247
Learning from museums-IPM in practice – Pinniger, D.; Child, B.248-251
Evaluation of a multi-attractant lure on the capture of several stored-product beetle species – Athanassiou, C.G.; Kavallieratos, N.G.; Eliopoulos, , P.A.; Palyvos, N.E.; Casagrande, E.; Buchelos, C. Th.; , 252-257
Dominance and frequency of predatory mites in stored products in Greece – Eliopoulos, P.A.; Athanassiou, C.G.; Palyvos, N.E.; Stathas, G.J.; Buchelos, C.Th.258-262
Degradation of insect myosin affects reliability of ELISA test for internal insect infestation of wheat – Atui, M.B.; Flinn, P.W.; Lazzari, F.A.; Lazzari, S.M.N.263-266
Efficacy and persistence of Indian meal moth granulovirus applied to nuts – Vail, P.V.; Tebbets, J.S.; Hoffmann, D.F.267-270
Optimal clutch size and oviposition strategy for the maize weevil, Sitophilus zeamais – Danho, M.; Haubruge, E.271-275
Phenology and spatial analysis of some Coleoptera infesting a feed mill – Trematerra, P.; Sciarretta, A.276-280
Traditional cereal storage and insect pests in some villages of southern Chad – Trematerra, P.; Gentile, T.; Djikoloum281-287
Insect pests in hulled wheat warehouses of central-southern Italy and field occurrence of Sitotroga cerealella (Olivier) – Trematerra, P.; Gentile, P.288-292
Interstrain variation in larval respiration rate in Callosobruchus maculatus – Guedes, R.N.C.; Guedes, N.M.P.; Smith, R.H.293-296
Prey preference of the predatory mite Blattisocius tarsalis (Acari: Ascidae) – Riudavets, J.; Quero, R.297-299
Oviposition response of the Indian meal moth, Plodia interpunctella (Hübner) (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) to food oil constituents – Nansen, C.; Phillips, T.W.; Dillwith, J.W.300-305
Attracticide for control of Indian meal moth, Plodia interpunctella (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) – Nansen, C.; Phillips, T.W.306-310
An assessment of pheromone traps to monitor flour beetles (Tribolium confusum) at a flour mill – Wilkin, R.; Cross, D.; Mumby, R.311-314
The effectiveness of different methods of detecting and enumerating insects in stored grain – Couldridge, C.; Wilkin, D.; Knight, R.315-318
Investigations on the biological control of Tineola bisselliella (Lepidoptera: Tineidae) with Trichogramma species (Hymenoptera: Trichogrammatidae) – Zimmermann, O.; Schöller, M.; Prozell, S.319-321
Five years of biological control of stored-product moths in Germany – Prozell, S.; Schöller, M.322-324
Response of the parasitoids of stored-product moths, Habrobracon hebetor, Trichogramma evanescens and Venturia canescens (Hymenoptera: Braconidae, Trichogrammatidae, Ichneumonidae), towards three types of funnel traps – Schöller , M.; Prozell, S.325-329
Role of insects in the propagation of mycotoxigenic fungi in stores in Bénin – Hell, K.; Lamboni, Y.; Cardwell, K.330-338
Biocharacteristics of Prostephanus truncatus attracted to flight traps baited with aggregation pheromone – Addo, S.; Birkinshaw, L.A.; Hodges, R.J.339-345
Method for rearing Oryzaephilus surinamensis (L.) (Coleoptera: Silvanidae), a pest of stored wheat, in the laboratory – Beckel, H.; Lorini, I.; Lazzari, S.M.N.346-349
Responses of house mice (Mus musculus musculus L.) to different bait stations: The role of size, shape, material and odour – Volfov, R.; Stejskal, V.350-355
External egg morphology of stored-product and dust mites (Acarina) – Kucerova, Z.; Stejskal, V.356-359
Insect monitoring in a paddy rice storage facility – Paula, M.C.Z.; Lazzari, S.M.N.; Lazzari, F.A.360-363
Near-infrared transmittance spectroscopy for detection of insects and mites in grain – Stengaard Hansen, L.; Aberg, L.; Kristensen, M.; Sandgren, M.364-368
Development and validation of a simple heat-accumulation model for predicting mortality of first instars of Tribolium castaneum (Herbst) exposed to elevated temperatures – Subramanyam, B.; Flinn, P. W.; Mahroof, R.369-374
The potential of stored-product beetle aggregation pheromones as cross-species attractants: An electroantennogram and behavioural investigation – Wakefield, M.E.; Clarke, P.G.375-381
Comparing insect infestation patterns in stored corn for three temperature management methods: Summer 2001 pilot bin trials – Ileleji, K.E.; Maier, D.E.; Woloshuk, C.P.; Szabela, D.A.382-389
The ability of buried PC™ traps to detect stored-product mites in wheat – Clarke, P.G.390-395
Using new tools to track the larger grain borer, Prostephanus truncatus (Horn) (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae) – Tigar, B.; Waldron, S.396-401
Multiplication of stored-product mites on Canadian wheat and oilseed cultivars – White, N.D.G.; Demianyk, C.J.; Jayas, D.S.402-405
Bruchidae (Coleoptera) in stored Leguminosae: A survey conducted in Portugal – Mateus, C.; de Carvalho, L. E.; Mexia, A.406-409
Impact of IPM practices on insect populations in retail pet stores – Roesli, R.; Subramanyam, B.; Campbell, J.; Kemp, K.410-419
Keynote Paper
Food for thought about mycotoxins, organic and genetically modified foods – Marasas, W.F.O.; Vismer, H.F.423-427
Oral Papers
How to decide whether the presence of storage mites in food and feedstuffs actually matters – Chambers, J.428-434
Legislative and regulatory actions affecting insect pest management for postharvest systems in the United States – Arthur, F.H.; Rogers, T.435-438
The effects of high-temperature drying on fragrant rice – Lily Yaw Geok Moi; Srzednicki, G. ; Craske, J.439-447
A review of proposed maximum tolerated levels for fumonisins in maize and maize products – Viljoen, J.H.; Marasas, W.F.O.448-455
Estimation of safe storage periods for malting barley using a model of heat production based on respiration experiments – Jacobsen, E.E.; Fleurat-Lessard, F.456-463
An alternative approach to assessing pest problems in stored grain – Wilkin, R.464-467
Development of management options for the control of aflatoxin in maize in West Africa – Hell, K.; Fandohan, P.; Cardwell, K.F.468-474
Poster Papers
Occurrence of ochratoxin A in cereals and coffee in Hungary in 2001 – Fazekas, B.; Tar, A.K.; Zomborszky-Kovúcs, M.475-478
Impact of essential oils on growth and ochratoxin A production by Penicillium verrucosum and Aspergillus ochraceus on a wheat-based substrate – Cains, V.; Magan, N.479-485
Multitarget environmental approach for control of growth and toxin production by Fusarium culmorum using essential oils and antioxidants – Hope, R.; Jestoi, M.; Magan, N.486-492
Sorption of carbonyl sulfide by stored products – Weller, G.L.493-497
The effect of storage conditions on the quality of Australian canola (rapeseed), Brassica napus L. – Reuss, R.; Cassells, J.498-503
Comparison of methods for determining grain moisture content – Du, Haibo; Wei, Zuguo; Zu, Guidong.504-505
Application of HACCP in grain storage – Du, Haibo; Shen, Juan506-510
Fusarium mycotoxins in isogenic and Bt maize varieties grown in different geographic areas in France – Pinson, L.; Plancke, M.P.; Richard-Forget, F.; Fleurat-Lessard, F.511-516
A study on the persistence of trifluralin, chlorpyrifos, decamethrin, cypermethrin and dichlorvos in rice and beans after cooking in a commercial microwave oven – Castro, M.F.P.M.; Oliveira, J.J.V.; Rodrigues, J.; Scartuchio Dias Loredo, I.517-521
Phosphine: An alternative for controlling fungal growth and to avoid mycotoxin production in high-moisture stored grains – Fernanda Penteado Moretzsohn de Castro, M.; Mills, K.A.522-525
Is Kashin-Beck disease related to the presence of fungi on grains? – Chasseur, C.; Begaux, F.; Suetens, C.; Mathieu, F.; Nolard, N.; Malaisse, F.; Wang, Z.526-528
Ochratoxin A in wine: Importance of preharvest factors in the spread of ochratoxin-producing fungi and on toxin accumulation in grapes – Battilani, P.; Pietri, A.; Giorni, P.; Kozakiewicz, Z.; Logrieco, A.529-532
Interaction of ethyl formate (EtF) with stored products – Reuss, R.; Annis, P.533-538
Stack-curing and storage of peanuts for prevention of postharvest aflatoxin contamination – Dorner, J.W.539-545
Effect of water activity and biocides on spoilage and dry matter losses of wheat straw – Willcock, J.; Aldred, D.; Magan, N.546-549
Keynote Paper
Philosophy guiding current and future fumigant research – YongLin, Ren553-555
Oral Papers
Alternative fumigants for the control of stored-product insects – Shaaya, E.; Kostyukovsky, M.; Demchenko, N.556-560
The technical foundation for precision stored-product-pest fumigation with ProFume™ gas fumigant – Schneider, B.; Voglewede, C.; Houtman, B.561-564
Slow generation of phosphine using QuickPHlo-C™ technology – Waterford, C.J.; Asher, P.P.565-569
Two decades of monitoring and managing phosphine resistance in Australia – Collins, P.J.; Emery, R.N.; Wallbank , B.E.570-575
Ecologically friendly methods used in Cyprus for grain storage and protection (a combination of hermetic storage, aeration and fumigation using phosphine from cylinders and in sleeves) – Varnava, A.576-578
Insect control of cocoa pests using a novel vacuum approach – Finkelman, S.; Navarro, S.; Lotan, Y.; Debruin,, T.; Isikber, A.A.; Rindner, M.; Dias, R.579-582
Biological activity of Novaluron, a new chitin-synthesis inhibitor, on the major stored-product insect pests – Kostyukovsky, M.; Trostanetsky, A.; Carmi, Y.; Frandji, H.; Schneider, R.583-587
Effect of NeemAzal® and other neem products on mortality, fecundity and frass activity of the larger grain borer Prostephanus truncatus (Horn) (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae) infesting maize – Ogemah, V.; Reichmuth, C.; Büttner, C.588-595
Securidaca longepedunculata (Fres.) as a control for stored product insect pests – Jayasekara, T.K.; Belmain, S.R.; Stevenson,, P.C.; Hall, D.R.596-599
Study on the insecticidal effects of custard apple (Annona reticulata L.) and mindi (Melia azedarach L.) leaves against Sitophilus zeamais Motschulsky (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) – Haryadi, Y.; Yuniarti, S.600-602
Efficacy of pea protein and combinations of pea protein and wasps against stored-grain insects in large-scale tests – Xingwei, Hou; Fields, P.G.; Flinn, P.W.; Perez-Mendoza, J.; Baker, J.603-607
Physiological aspects of diatomaceous-earth-treated cowpea weevil Callosobruchus maculatus (F.) (Coleoptera: Bruchidae) – Rohitha Prasantha, B.D.; Reichmuth, Ch.; Hetz, S.K.; Adler, C.608-613
The effect of relative humidity on the efficacy of the diatomaceous earth Protect-ItTMagainst Liposcelis entomophila (Enderlein) (Psocoptera: Liposcelididae) – Cao, Yang; Xia, Lili; Zhang, Huaijun614-616
Efficacy of heat treatments against the tobacco beetle Lasioderma serricorne F. (Col., Anobiidae) and the lesser grain borer Rhyzopertha dominica F. (Col., Bostrichidae) – Adler, C.617-621
Heat disinfestation of wheat in a continuous-flow spouted bed – Qaisrani , R.; Beckett, S622-625
Microwave treatment of flowing grain for disinfestation of stored-product insects – Phillips, T.W.; Halverson, S.; Bigelow, T.; Mbata, G.; Halverson, W.; Payton, M.; Forester, S.; Rayas-Duarte, P.626-628
Optimisation of inert dusts used as grain protectants and residual surface treatments – Arthur, F.H.629-634
The survival of developmental Sitophilus granarius (L.) subjected to constant and fluctuating temperatures between 0 and 10°C – Fleming, D.A.; Armitage, D.M.635-638
Models linking insecticidal efficacy decline and residue concentration decrease with time, temperature and water activity in chlorpyrifos-methyl treated wheat – Fleurat-Lessard, F.; Wilbert, T.; Vidal, M.L.639-645
Poster Papers
Treatment of an empty fumigation chamber using the Degesch phosphine generator – Mathews, M., Luzaich, G.646-647
Volatile activity of plant essential oils against stored-product beetle pests – Pascual-Villalobos, M.J.648-650
Cyanogen: A possible fumigant for flour/rice mills and space fumigation – Yong, Lin Ren; Trang, Le Vu651-653
Effect of fumigation temperature on the efficacy of phosphine against strongly resistant psocids Liposcelis bostrychophila (Psocoptera: Liposcelididae) – Nayak, M.K.; Collins, P.J.; Pavic, H.654-655
Phosphine tolerance in two bruchid beetles, Callosobruchus chinensis (L.) and C. maculatus (F.) (Coleoptera: Bruchidae) – Md. Mahbub Hasan, ; Reichmuth, C.656-661
A survey of psocid species infesting stored grain in China and resistance to phosphine in field populations of Liposcelis entomophila (Enderlein) (Psocoptera: Liposcelididae) – Cao, Yang; Song, Yi; Sun, Guanying662-667
Prospects for predicting insect mortality in relation to changing phosphine concentrations – Daglish, G.J.; Collins, P.J.; Pavic, H.668-670
Laboratory bioassay and dose variation of diatomaceous earth surface treatments – Cook, D.A.; Armitage, D.M.671-674
Diatomaceous earth structural treatment against Oryzaephilus surinamensis (L.)(Coleoptera : Silvanidae) under fluctuating UK conditions – Cook, D.A.; Collins, L.E.; Armitage, D.M.675-679
The efficacy of flufenoxuron and azadirachtin against mixed mite and insect populations in small bins of wheat – Collins, D.A.680-684
The efficacy of flufenoxuron, azadirachtin and a diatomaceous earth, when admixed with oilseed rape, against storage mite pests – Collins, D.A.685-688
The importance of moisture changes at the grain surface – Armitage, D.M.; Cook, D.A.689-695
Lowering the moisture content of stored grain can gain extra time for cooling to prevent infestation: Studies on the development, productivity and survival at two relative humidities of two insect species on whole wheat and an artificial diet – Fleming, D.A.; Armitage, D.M.696-701
Phosphine resistance in Lasioderma serricorne (F.) (Coleoptera: Anobiidae) – Savvidou, N.; Mills, K.A.; Pennington, A.702-712
The use of a propane burner to control an artificially induced ""hotspot"" – Conyers, S.T.; Llewellin, B.E.; Cook, D.A.; Bell, C.H.713-716
The use of phosphine as an alternative to methyl bromide for the disinfestation of palm dates – Mills, K.A.; Wontner-Smith, T.J.; Cardwell, S.C.; Bell, C.H.717-724
Vapomate™: A non-flammable ethyl formate/liquid carbon dioxide fumigant mixture – Ryan, R.; Krishna, H.; Epenhuijsen, K.; Grant, N.; Bishop, S.; Fontinha, M.; Pearson, D.725-728
The use of carbon dioxide as an alternative to methyl bromide for the disinfestation of palm dates – Mills, K.A.; Wontner-Smith, T.J.; Cardwell, S.C.; Bell, C.H.729-735
Disinfestation of rust-red flour beetle (Tribolium castaneum), saw-toothed grain beetle (Oryzaephilus surinamensis), yellow meal worm (Tenebrio molitor), Mediterranean flour moth (Ephestia kuehniella) and Indian meal moth (Plodia interpunctella) with sulfuryl fluoride in flour mills – Reichmuth, Ch.; Rassmann, W.; Binker, G.; Fröba, G.; Drinkall, M.J.736-738
Emission, entry and deposition of pesticide spray on neighbouring non-target areas after fogging warehouses with Detmolin F® (dichlorvos) – Klementz, D.; Reichmuth, Ch.; Holdt, G.739-748
Repellency and toxicity of essential oils from Ocimum gratissimum (Lamiaceae) and Laurus nobilis (Lauraceae) from Georgia against the rust-red flour beetle (Tribolium castaneum Herbst) (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) – Andronikashvili , M.; Reichmuth, C.749-762
Effect of temperature and relative humidity on diatomaceous earth treated Callosobruchus maculatus (F.) and Acanthoscelides obtectus (Say) (Coleoptera: Bruchidae) – Rohitha Prasantha, B.D.; Reichmuth, Ch.; Büttner, C.763-767
Insecticidal activity of some aromatic plants from Croatia against lesser grain borer Rhyzopertha dominica F.) on stored wheat – KalinovIc, I.; Rozman, V.; Guberac, V.; MarIc, S.768-775
Laboratory selection for resistance to diatomaceous earth – Fields, P.G.776-778
Standardised testing for diatomaceous earth – Fields, P.G.; Allen, S.; Korunic, Z.; McLaughlin, A.; Stathers, T.779-784
Can reduced concentrations of chlorpyrifos-methyl be combined with other products to effectively control stored-grain pests? – Bonjour, E.L.; Phillips, T.W.; Pitts, J.T.; Terry, J.785-787
Rapid generation of phosphine using QuickPhlo-R™ technology – Asher , P.P.; Waterford, C.J.788-791
Carbonyl sulfide fumigation of hay – Weller, G.792-795
Towards more effective heat disinfestation from a biological perspective – Beckett, S.J.796-802
Heat disinfestation of empty farm silos before inloading – Beckett, S.J.; Qaisrani, R.803-806
Effect of organophosphates on Acarophenax lacunatus (Prostigmata: Acarophenacidae) parasitising Rhyzopertha dominica (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae) – Faroni , L.R.D¡A.; Guedes, R.N.C.; Gonçalves, J.R.; Zanuncio, J.C.807-810
Effect of the temperature during spraying on the biological efficiency of chemical protectants of stored grains – Faroni , L.R.D¡A.; Guedes, R.N.C.; Queiróz, M.E.L.R.; Pimentel, M.A.G.811-814
Microencapsulated formulations of chlorpyrifos as possible grain protectants – Trostanetsky, A.; Kostyukovsky, M.; Carmi, Y.; Frandji, H.; Schneider, R.815-817
Enhanced effectiveness of vacuum or CO2 in combination with increased temperatures for control of storage insects – Navarro, S.; Finkelman, S.; Sabio, G.; Isikber, A.; Dias, R.; Rindner, M.; Azrieli, A.818-822
Propylene oxide as a potential alternative to methyl bromide – Isikber, A.A.; Navarro, S.; Finkelman, S.; Azrieli, A.; Rindner, M.; Dias, R.; , 823-826
The mortality of stored-product insects following exposure to gaseous ozone at high concentrations – Leesch, J.G.827-831
The efficacy of carbon dioxide treatments (under pressure or by modified atmospheres) for pest control in stored products – Riudavets, J.; Gabarraa, R.; Castañéa, C.; Alomar, O.; Pons, M.J.; Súnchez, J.832-834
Interaction of starvation and insecticide toxicity in granary weevil Sitophilus granarius L. (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) populations of different susceptibility – Kljajic, P.; Milosevski, N.; ZivanovIc, M.; Almasi, R.; Períc, I.835-840
Efficacy against resistant strains of insects of recirculated phosphine fumigation of paddy rice held under PVC sheeting – Yang, Longde; Yang, Zili; Jiang, Tianke; Qin, Zhanggui; Yang, Longde; Deng, Gang; Wu, Xiuqong, Yan Xiaoping.841-845
Investigation of the use of ozone fumigation to control several species of stored grain insects – Qin, Zhanggui; Wu, Xia; Deng, Gang; Yan, Xiaoping; He, Xuechao; Xi,Deke; Liao, Xingwen846-851
Effects of ultrasound on Indian meal moth reproduction – Huang, F.; Subramanyam, B.852-857
Control of mites in stored grain and oilseeds using phosphine – Watson, C.R.; Wilkin, D.R.; Clayton-Bailey, I.858-862
Study on the effects of mixtures of acetone extracts of black pepper (Piper nigrum L.) and nutmeg (Myristica fragrans Houtt) seeds on the development of Sitophilus zeamais Motschulsky (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) – Haryadi, Y.; Rahayu, S.863-865
The influence of intensive and extensive quantities on the degassing behaviour of phosphine-based fumigation bags – Schmitt, S.; Jakob, G.; Dierks-Lange, H.; Heck, F.W.866-869
Deltamethrin resistance in Rhyzopertha dominica (F.) (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae) in Brazil – Lorini, I.870-874
Fungi control by phosphine fumigation in high-moisture maize – Castro, M.F.P.M.; Leitão, M.F.F.; Oliveira, J.J. ; Mills, K.A.875-883
Efficacy of sulfuryl fluoride on stored-product insects in a semolina mill trial in Italy – Drinkall, M.J.; Zaffagnini, V.; Süss, L.; Locatelli, D.P.884-887
Evaluation on the efficacy of spinosad dust against major storage insect pests – Mutambuki, K.; Ngatia, C.M.; Mbugua, J.N.; Likhayo, P.888-891
Low pressure for controlling postharvest insects – Hulasare, R.; Phillips, T.W.; Mbata, G.N.; Payton, M.892-895
Use of diatomaceous earth for insect control in paddy rice stored in silos – Paula, M.C.Z.; Lazzari, F.A.; Lazzari, S.M.N.896-899
Sulfuryl fluoride as a new fumigant for the disinfestation of flour mills in France – Ducom, P.; Dupuis, S.; Stefanini, V.; Guichard, A. A.900-903
Response of pests of flour mills to high temperatures in the presence and absence of 10% carbon dioxide – Bell, C.H.; Savvidou, N.; Wontner-Smith, T.J.; Bartlett, D.904-909
Some properties of sulphuryl fluoride in relation to its use as a fumigant in the cereals industry – Bell, C.H.; Wontner-Smith, T.J.; Savvidou, N.910-915
Spinosad: An effective replacement for organophosphate grain protectants – Subramanyam, B.; Toews, M.; Liang, Fang916-920
Sorption and insect toxicity of propylene oxide in dried fruits and nuts – Zettler, J.L.; Hartsell, P.L.; Allred, D.B.; Muhareb, J.S.; Hurley, J.M.; Gill, R.F.921-924
Combinations to enhance the efficacy of diatomaceous earths against the larger grain borer, Prostephanus truncatus (Horn) – Stathers, T.E.925-929
Keynote Paper
A two-dimensional model of grain storage with dynamic visualisation: Predictions for temperature, moisture content, germination and respiration-a case study for rapeseed – Xanthopoulos, G.; Woods, J.L.933-938
Oral Papers
Modelling stored-product ecosystems using the post-harvest aeration and storage simulation tool (PHAST) with realistic boundary conditions – Maier, D.E.; Ileleji, K.E.; Montross, M.D.939-945
Optimising the performance of vertical aeration systems – Bartlett, D.; Armitage, D.M.; Harral, B.946-955
Adaptive discounting control: A new aeration control method – Darby, J.956-961
Mathematical modelling the stored-grains ecosystem – Thorpe, G.; Li , Chen962-969
Commercial development of STORECHECK, fully integrated PC-based aeration monitor, controller and decision support for UK grain stores – Cook, D.A.; Watts, P.970-977
QualiGrain expert system for stored grain quality maintenance: planning optimal storage technical routes – Ndiaye, A.; Ndiaye, S.; Fleurat-Lessard, F.978-988
Improving postharvest commodity quality management through training – Longstaff, B.C.; van Someren Graver, J.E.; Srzednicki, G.S.989-995
Poster Papers
The performance of an isothermal desiccant bed system for cooling stored grains – Thorpe, G.R.; Chen, L.996-1001
Recent research on storage structures and control of storage pests and moulds in China – Zuxun, Jin; Yang, Guofeng; Wang, Suya1002-1005
Assessment of a relative-humidity sensor for the monitoring of moisture-content changes in stored malting barley through sorption equilibrium models – Ndiaye, A.; Berhaut, P.; Niquet, G.; Jacobsen, E.E.1006-1008
A new approach, using a text processor, to a computer-based advisory system for malting barley – Wilkin, R.; Knight, J.; Woods, L.; Armitage, D.1009-1013
Wet maize (Zea mays L.) drying under continuous nitrogen flow – de Toledo Valentini, .R.; Cia, P.; Muñoz, V.R.S.; Moretzsohn de Castro, M.F.P.P.; de A. Vitali, A.1014-1017
Silobag: Evaluation of a new technique for temporary storage of wheat in the field – Bartosik, R.E.; Rodriguez, J.C.; Malinarich, H.E.; Maier, D.E.1018-1023
Management of community grain stocks in dryland areas of Andhra Pradesh, India – Jayaraj, K.; Reddy, T.; Adolph, B.; Hodges, R.J.1024-1027
Value of spatial analysis in pest management, from the perspective of a pest control operator – Weier, J.A.1028-1032
Meaning and practical value of spatial analysis for protecting retail stores – Arbogast, R.T.; Kendra, P.E.; Chini, S.R.; McGovern, J.E.1033-1038
Resistance to control measures – Collins, P.J.; Mills, K.; Emery, R.N.1041-1049
Museum pests – Plarre, R.1050-1051
Intelligent automated grain management systems – Cook, D.; Maier, D.1052-1053
Alternatives to methyl bromide – Bell, C.H.; Reichmuth, C.1054-1055
Trapping and spatial analysis for evaluating pest management practices in retail stores – Arbogast, T.; Subramanyam, B.1056-1056
Biological control – Schöeller, M.; Prozell, S.1057-1058
Author Index 1059-1062
Conference Participants 1063-1071
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