The Scanian Journey
Program
Participants

Home

Publications
PheroList
PheroNet

About...


IOBC wprs Working Group Meeting - The Scanian Journey

Participants and Abstracts - updated 7-9-1

September 9-14, 2007


A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z


AB

Olle Anderbrant - Lund
Odour signals for detection and control of indoor pyralid moths

Gianfranco Anfora - San Michele, Italy
Control of codling moth, Cydia pomonella, with Ecotape sex pheromone dispensers

Marie Bengtsson - Alnarp, Sweden

Nick Birch - Edinburgh
Development of semiochemical attractants, lures and traps for raspberry beetle, Byturus tomentosus

Elsa Borges da Silva - Lisboa, Portugal
Mate location and sexual maturity of adult male mealybugs: narrow window of opportunity in a short lifetime

A specific kairomonal response of a mealybug parasitoid to the sex pheromone of Planococcus ficus

Joakim Bång - Sundsvall, Sweden
Stereoisomeric separation of the sex pheromone component 6,10,14-trimethyl-2-pentadecanol

[top]

CDEF

Leonor Campos - Lisboa, Portugal

Ring Cardé - Riverside, California
The navel orangeworm pheromone: complexity in behavior and chemistry

Alan Cork - Chatham Maritime, United Kingdom
Role of semiochemicals in crop protection in South Asia

Rosane Curtis - Rothamstead, United Kingdom
Plant parasitic nematodes detect environmental signals present in the rhizosphere using their chemosensory organs

Vasilij Dzhuvinov - Plovdiv, Bulgaria

David Epstein - East Lansing, Michigan
Codling moth, canopy distribution and implications for mating disruption applications

Kevin Farnier - Alnarp, Sweden

Taiadjana Fortuna - Lisboa, Portugal

Carlos Frescata - Lisboa, Portugal

Takehiko Fukumoto - Tokyo, Japan

[top]

GHIJ

Giselher Grabenweger - Vienna, Austria

Michael Gross - Vienna, Austria

Juergen Gross - Giessen, Germany
Phytoplasma engineer its insect vector by altering behavior and host plant odor

Larry Gut - East Lansing, Michigan
High-performance mating disruption can be achieved using formulations that provide many attractive point sources

Eylem Gündüz - Samsun, Turkey

Martin Günter - Wilen, Switzerland

Ally Harari - Bet Dagan, Israel

Erik Hedenström - Sundsvall, Sweden

Katarina Hedlund - Lund, Sweden

Sharon Hill - Alnarp, Sweden
Odour coding in antennal sensilla of the southern house mosquito, Culex quinquefasciatus

Ylva Hillbur - Alnarp, Sweden
Monitoring the minute - pheromone-based monitoring of gall midges

Hans Hummel - Giessen, Germany
The leaf beetle Diabrotica virgifera virgifera LeConte: a merciless entomological challenge for agriculture

Hans-Erik Högberg - Sundsvall, Sweden
"Biosignal" and Organic Chemistry

Andrea Iodice - Milano, Italy

[top]

KLM

Miriam Karlsson - Alnarp, Sweden

Philipp Kirsch - Portland, Oregon
Pheromone based tactics for egg plant fruit and shoot borer IPM in the Philippines

Uwe Koch - Kaiserslautern, Germany
Toolbox for the assessment and improvement of mating disruption

Kirsten Köppler - Heidelberg, Germany
Volatile compounds of the main hosts of the European cherry fruit fly, Rhagoletis cerasi

Orkun Baris Kovanci - Uludag, Turkey
Mating disruption of the Oriental fruit moth by microencasulated pheromone in Turkey

Armin Kratt - Lahnau, Germany

Hristina Kutinkova - Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Mating disruption of codling moth in apple orchards of Bulgaria

Christer Löfstedt - Lund
Concerted evolution of female and male pheromones in corn borers Ostrinia spp.

Veronique Martell - Alnarp, Sweden

Peter McGhee - East Lansing, Michigan
Sustainable codling moth mating disruption in diverse agricultural environments

Fabio Molinari - Piacenza, Italy
The use of mating disruption for control of Ostrinia nubilalis

[top]

NOPQ

Christopher Nobbs - Yakima, Washington

Torbjörn Norin - Stockholm, Sweden

Isabel Patanita - Lisboa, Portugal
Use of mating disruption in Zeuzera pyrina control

Penka Peeva - Kostinbrod, Bulgaria
Lepidopteran fauna of Bulgarian apple orchards


Ezio Peri - Palermo, Italy

Jan Pettersson - Uppsala, Sweden
From Biosignal to Plant.Com

Nimal Punyasiri - Alnarp, Sweden
Preformed and induced resistance of tea leaf against Exobasidium vexans infection

[top]

RS

Franco Rama - Milano, Italy

Stephan Reimann - Mannheim, Germany

Medhat Sadek - Alnarp, Sweden
Host-plant selection by Spodoptera littoralis, a laboratory and field

Nehal Saleh - Alnarp, Sweden

Helmut Saucke - Kassel, Germany
Mating disruption to control pea moth in on-farm experiments

Ahmed Saveer - Alnarp, Sweden

Fredrik Schlyter - Alnarp, Sweden
Semiochemical diversity - a new dimension of biodiversity

Klaus Schumann - Kaiserslautern, Germany

Mourad Shonouda - Goettingen, Germany
Extraction and identification of volatile compounds from flowers of the subtropical plant Ziziphus spina christi (Rhamnaceae)

Kristina Sjödin - Sundsvall, Sweden

[top]

TUVWXYZ

Shuichi Tamura - Tokyo, Japan

Marco Tasin - San Michele, Italy
Oviposition response of grapevine moth to microorganisms isolated from
grape

Peter Teal - Gainesville, Florida
Novel abiotic and biotic interactions regulating insect semiochemical communication systems

Gunda Thöming - Kassel, Germany

Don Thomson - Seattle, Washington
Commercial use of codling moth mating disruption: a success story despite the limitations

Gunda Thöming - Kassel, Germany

Christer Torneus - Alnarp, Sweden

Miklos Tóth - Budapest, Hungary
Chemical communication of European cabbage flea beetles (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae, Halticinae)

Pascal Trematerra - Campobasso, Italy
Spatial distribution of Ceratitis capitata in a Mediterranean agricultural landscape

Heidrun Vogt - Dossenheim, Germany

Richard Vogt - Columbia, South Carolina
Detection of pheromones and plant volatiles

Erzsebet Voigt - Budapest, Hungary
Opportunities and limitations of mass trapping of difficult-to-control fruit pests

Hong-Lei Wang - Lund

Peter Witzgall - Alnarp, Sweden

[top]


7-5-1 peter.witzgall@phero.net