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IOBC wprs Working Group Meeting - Chemical Ecology

Participants and Abstracts - updated 2-9-15

Sicily, September 22-27, 2002


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AB

Franck Agoussi - Limburgerhof, Germany

Alfonso Agrò - Palermo, Italy

Giuseppe Alonzo - Palermo, Italy

Ozlem Altindisli - Izmir, Turkey
Mating disruption against Lobesia botrana in the Aegean Region of Turkey
Altndisli A, Ertas H, Özlem Altndisli F - A preliminary study on the simulation model for determining the absorption of pheromone of Lobesia botrana by grape leaves [full paper]

Ahmet Altindisli - Izmir, Turkey
Absorption of Lobesia botrana pheromone on grape leaves

Olle Anderbrant - Lund, Sweden
Improved pheromone blends for stored product moths

Gino Angeli - San Michele, Italy
Control of Cydia pomonella by false trail following: performance of the dispensers and field efficacy

Lena Ansebo - Alnarp, Sweden
Codling moth oviposition response to plant volatiles

Jacques Auger - Tours, France

Giacomo Bacchi - Sambuca di Sicilia, Italy
First experiences using mating disruption against Lobesia botrana in vineyards of Sicily

Bruno Bagnoli - Firenze, Italy

Anna-Carin Backman - Alnarp, Sweden
Use of semiochemicals in control of the apple fruit moth, Argyresthia conjugella

Thomas Baker - Ames, Iowa
Mating disruption using MSTRS dispenser

Shaul Ben Yehuda - Bet Dagan, Israel
The impact of artificially-added methanol in the host colonization of several species of bark beetles

Elsa Borges da Silva - Lisboa, Portugal
Is mass trapping a valid approach for management of citrus flower moth?

Manuela Branco - Lisboa, Portugal
Pheromonal and kairomonal activity of the sex pheromone of maritime pine bast scale Matsucoccus feytaudi

Jay Brunner - Wenatchee, Washington
Area-wide mating disruption of codling moth in the Western United States

Stephen Burleigh - Alnarp, Sweden

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CDEF

Ring Cardé - Riverside, California
Resolution of plume structure: importance to orientation and its disruption

Enzo Casagrande - Cardiff, UK

Victor Casana-Giner - Valencia, Spain
Structure-activity-relationships of male medfly attractants

Josu Clemente - Cadaval, Portugal
Mating disruption of codling moth in pome fruit orchards of Oeste region in Portugal

Stefano Colazza - Palermo, Italy

Eric Conti - Perugia, Italy
Host selection strategies in egg parasitoids of Sesamia nonagrioides

Miryan Coracini - Alnarp, Sweden
Response of male codling moths to pheromone and pheromone antagonist

Alan Cork - Chatham Maritime, United Kingdom
Mass trapping of the fruit and shoot borer, Leucinodes orbonalis, as a component of the IPM of eggplant

Jeremy Cross - Kent, United Kingdom
Exploiting the sex/aggregation pheromone of the strawberry blossom weevil, Anthonomus rubi, for monitoring and control


Antonio De Cristofaro - Campobasso, Italy
Biological activity of heptanal on Phthorimaea operculella oviposition behaviour
Electrophysiological responses of codling moth populations from different host-plants to (E,E)-8,10-dodecadien-1-ol and ethyl (2E,4Z)-2,4-decadienoate

Frederique de Lame - East Lansing, Michigan
Successful development of a paraffin wax-based pheromone dispenser for season-long mating disruption of the Oriental fruit moth in commercial peach orchards in Michigan, USA

Consuelo De Moraes - University Park, Pennsylvania
The role of chemical communication in tritrophic interactions

Thomas Degen - Nyon, Switzerland
Use of pheromones and plant odours for the control of moth pests in vineyards

David Epstein - East Lansing, Michigan
Effect of environmental factors and application rate on field performance of sprayable pheromone formulations

Lily Falach - Be'er-Sheva, Israel
Response of Maladera matrida males toward female chemicals released at dusk


Gary Felton - University Park, Pennsylvania
Secretion of salivary proteins: role in suppression of direct and indirect plant defenses

José Franco - Lisboa, Portugal
Use of sex pheromone for management of citrus mealybug

Carlos Frescata - Palmela, Portugal

Alessandro Fucarino - Palermo, Italy
Chemical and other signals mediating aggregation of stink bugs

Takehiko Fukumoto - Kubiki, Japan

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GHIJ

César Gemeno - Lleida, Spain

Robert Glinwood - Uppsala, Sweden
Weed-barley allelopathy affects aphid plant selection

Gary Grant - Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
Behavioral and olfactory response of spruce budworm to host volatiles

Michael Gross - Vienna, Austria

Claude Guertin - Laval, Canada

Oktay Gurkan - Ankara, Turkey
Sticky yellow traps in integrated control of Rhagoletis cerasi in sour cherry orchards in central Anatolia

Larry Gut - East Lansing, Michigan
Adaptation in tortricid moths as a possible mechanism for reduced susceptibility to mating disruption

Wolfgang Harand - Vienna, Austria
Plant derived antifeedants against codling moth: a new approach and first results

First results of behavioural studies on the attraction of Cameraria ohridella to host plant kairomones

Ally Harari - Bet Dagan, Israel
Integrating mating disruption techniques against the honeydew moth and the European vine moth in vineyards

Ylva Hillbur - Alnarp, Sweden
Gall midge pheromones and their use in monitoring

Philip Howse - Southampton, United Kingdom
First results with a novel mating disruption technique using electrostatically chargeable powders

Matti Huotari - Oulu, Finland
Action potential rate analysis in responses produced by insect olfactory receptor neurons

Paul Innocenzi - Kent, United Kingdom
Investigations of semiochemical attractants for the apple blossom weevil, Anthonomus pomorum

Andrea Iodice - Nova Milanese, Italy

Claudio Ioriatti - San Michele, Italy
Plant volatiles for codling moth monitoring

Nunzio Isidoro - Ancona, Italy
Male antennal glands in some social Hymenoptera: structures for chemo-sexual communication?

Gunnhild Jaastad - Lofthus, Norway
Attraction of apple fruit moth females to plant volatiles emitted from rowan

Jack Jenkins - Litchfield Park, Arizona
Use of mating disruption for pink bollworm in cotton in North America

Lisbeth Jonsson - Stockholm, Sweden
Aphid-induced pathogenesis-related proteins: tissue localization and role in resistance

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KLM

Blanka Kalinova - Praha, Czech Republic
Volatile componds from Aesculus hippocastanum and their possible role in Cameraria ohridella host orientation

Toshimi Kobayashi - Tokyo, Japan

Sverre Kobro - Ås, Norway

Uwe Koch - Kaiserlautern, Germany
Improving mating disruption safety by supervision of dispenser performance

Andrzej Kolk - Raszyn, Poland

Elisabeth Koschier - Vienna, Austria
Effects of plant allellochimicals on host selection of thrips pests

Orkun Kovanci - Raleigh, North Carolina
Mating disruption of Oriental fruit moth in North Carolina apple orchards


Vladimir Kozlov - Moscow, Russia

Armin Kratt - Lahnau, Germany

Lina Kristoffersen - Lund, Sweden
The role of odours in carrot psyllid (Trioza apicalis) behaviour

Katerina Lebedeva - Moscow, Russia

Christa Lethmayer - Vienna, Austria
First experiences with pheromone-based control methods against C. ohridella

Douglas Light - Albany, California
Advances in the use of pear ester kairomone for monitoring and controlling codling moths in californian walnuts and apples

Giovanni Liotta - Palermo, Italy

Paolo Lo Bue - Palermo, Italy
Host location kairomone from Coccus hesperidium for encyrtid parasitoid

Mirella Lo Pinto - Palermo, Italy
Experimental analysis of long-distance olfactory response of aphid parasitoids to aphid-infested, uninfested and false plants

Christer Lofstedt - Lund, Sweden
Pheromones and kairomones for control of stored product moths
Löfstedt C, Ekeberg M, Johnson K, Jirle E, Olsson C, Ryne C, Skals N, Svensson G, Anderbrant O - Pheromones and kairomones for control of stored product moths [poster]

Jan Lofqvist - Alnarp, Sweden

David Loughlin - Southampton, United Kingdom

Friedrich Louis - Neustadt, Germany

Andrea Lucchi - Pisa, Italy

Dawn Luthe - Starkville, Mississippi
The mystery of insect defense signaling pathways in maize

Barry Lyons - Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
Pheromone response of Diprion similis

Giuseppe Maniglia - Palermo, Italy

Mohammed Mansour - Damascus, Syria
Pheromones for codling moth control and population monitoring in Syria

Luisa Mattedi - San Michele all'Adige, Italy
First experience using mating disruption against Lobesia botrana in Sicily

Basilios Mazomenos - Demokritos, Greece
Studies of female sex-pheromones components and male response of Sesamia nonagrioides in three different populations

Zvi Mendel - Bet Dagan, Israel
The role of the prey Matsucoccus josephi sex pheromone in the reproductive biology of its predator Elatophilus hebraicus

Jocelyn Millar - Riverside, California
Development of vine mealybug sex pheromone for IPM

Fabio Molinari - Piacenza, Italy
Disruption of mating of Anarsia lineatella

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NOPQ

Vicente Navarro-Llopis - Valencia, Spain
Autosterilization of medfly in the field

Velemir Ninkovic - Uppsala, Sweden
Plant-plant communication between barley and weeds plants and effects on searching behaviour of ladybirds

Cam Oehlschlager - San Jose, Costa Rica
Management of banana weevil by mass trapping

Kinya Ogawa - Tokyo, Japan
Topics on mating disruption

Christian Olsson - Lund, Sweden
Potential for application of food odours in control of Ephestia cautella and Plodia interpunctella

Ioan Oprean - Cluj, Romania

Ezio Peri - Palermo, Italy
Oleander scale sex pheromone chemical investigations of both sexual and parthenogenetic strains

Jan Pettersson - Uppsala, Sweden
Plant/plant interaction - not only a botanical dialogue

Douglas Pfeiffer - Blacksburg Virginia
Pheromones application timing and dispersing system for dephrential management in Virginia vineyards

Vladimir Pletnev - Moscow, Russia
Study of the volatiles released by spruce bark beetle Dendroctomus micans

Sridhar Polavarapu - Chatsworth, New Jersey

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RS

Franco Rama - Novara, Italy
Timed mating disruption, a new pheromone dispensing device for the protection of ochards from Cydia pomonella and C. molesta
Rama F, Reggiori F, Pratizzoli W - Timed mating disruption: a new pheromone-dispensing device for the protection of orchards from Cydia pomonella, C. molesta and leafrollers [full paper]

Stefania Ramirez - Palermo, Italy
Analytical detection of pheromone Oleander scale emission by SPME technique

Haim Reuveny

Richard Rice - Parlier, California

David Roden - Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
Investigation of a gypsy moth larval pheromone

Wendell Roelofs - Geneva, New York
New hypothesis for pheromone evolution

Giuseppe Rotundo - Campobasso, Italy
Interspecific activity of sex pheromone components of Sesamia nonagrioides and Sesamia cretica

Filippo Saiano - Palermo, Italy

Gianandrea Salerno - Perugia, Italy
Chemical cues inducing behavioural response in Sesamia nonagrioides and Trichogramma turkestanica

Helmut Saucke - Kassel, Germany
Prospects of mating disruption to control the pea moth Cydia nigricana in organic peas

Benoît Sauphanor - Avignon, France
Response to host plant volatile in resistant codling moth

Fredrik Schlyter - Alnarp, Sweden
New avenues to complement pheromone-based methods for control of conifer forest beetles: non-host volatiles and antifeedants

Silvia Schmidt - San Michele, Italy

Bettina Scholz - General Roca, Argentina

Cecilia Scholz - General Roca, Argentina

Arnon Shani - Beer-Sheva, Israel
Short range chemical comunication in the Maladera matrida beetle

Angelica Sole - Palermo, Italy
Identification and chemical characterization of cuticular hydrocarbons in Nezara viridula

Lidia Sukovata - Raszyn, Poland
"Attract and kill" strategy in protection of pine plantations against the pine shoot moth Rhyacionia buoliana

Ales Svatos - Jena, Germany
Semi-synthetic preparation of sex pheromones from plants ­ new method of IPM?

Gabor Szocs - Budapest, Hungary
Season-long monitoring of Cameraria by pheromone traps

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TUVWXYZ

Marco Tammer - Deventer, The Netherlands

Marco Tasin - San Michele, Italy
Dose-effect response of DA2313 on codling moth, Cydia pomonella

Asya Ter-Hovhannesyan - Yerevan, Armenia
Use the pheromone traps for autosterilaztion of codling moth in integrated control

Don Thomson - Seattle, Washington

Mitch Trimble - Vineland Station, Ontario
Modification of the sex-pheromone comunication system associated with organophosphorus-insecticide resistence in the obliquebanded leafroller

Pasquale Trematerra - Molise, Italy
Phenology and spatial analysis of some Coleoptera infesting a feed-mill

Geostatistical analysis of Cydia funebrana spatial dynamic

Richard Trudel - Laval, Québec
The use of pheromones and semiochemicals for the control of insect pests in seed orchards

Edyta Trzaskowska - Warsaw, Poland
Practical application of sex pheromones for detection and population density of the pyralidae moths

Riccardo Tumminelli - Acireale, Italy
Pheromones and Aonidiella aurantii

Karen Underwood - Southampton, United Kingdom
Potential applications of Exosect auto-confusion

Mauro Varner - Mezzacorona, Italy
Twelve years of pratical experience usibg mating disruption against Lobesia botrana and Eupoecilia ambiguella in vineyards of Mezzacorona region

Nataliya Vendilo - Moscow, Russia
Study of the Volatiles released by spruce bark beetle Dendroctonus micans (Coleoptera: Scolytidae)

Vittorio Veronelli - Nova Milanese, Italy

Alfredo Villaseca - Santiago, Chile

Eric Wajnberg - Antibes, France

Iain Weatherston - Goodyear, Arizona
Plant volatiles in pest control: regulatory aspects

Gertrud Wegner-Kiss - Freiburg, Germany

Renata Wiazokiska - Warsaw, Poland

Peter Witzgall - Alnarp, Sweden

Minoru Yoshida - Tokyo, Japan

Anat Zada - Bet Dagan, Israel
Determination of the release rate of the red palm weevil pheromone

Paulo Zarbin - Curitiba, Brazil
Behaviour and electrophysiological evidence of a sex pheromone in Lonomia obliqua

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