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Sabelis, Maurice W.

Trends in Acarology

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Table of contents

1. From sequence to phoresy – molecular biology in acarology
Hans Klompen

2. Systematic relationships of Lohmanniidae (Acari: Oribatida)
Roy A. Norton

3. Anomalies of notogastral structures in poronotic oribatid mites (Oribatida: Poronota) interpreted as cryptic ancestral characters modulated by regulatory genes
Gerd Weigmann

4. Phylogeny and host-parasite associations of feather mites of the Pteroherpus generic group (Astigmata: Pteronyssidae)
Sergey Mironov, Georges Wauthy

5. Ontogeny of the famulus in selected members of Damaeidae (Acari: Oribatida) and its suitability as a phylogenetic marker
Jan Mourek, Ladislav Miko

6. Food competition and feeding behavior and its implications for the phylogeny of the Histiostomatidae (Astigmata)
Stefan Wirth

7. Assessment of the usefulness of eight DNA fragments for phylogenetic studies within the family Phytoseiidae
M.-S. Tixier, S. Guichou, S. Kreiter

8. The genus Dermanyssus (Mesostigmata: Dermanyssidae): history and species characterization
L. Roy, C. Chauve

9. First ultrastructural observations on a putative sperm access system in veigaiid females (Veigaiidae, Gamasida)
Gerd Alberti, Antonella Palma, Gerald W. Krantz, Czesław Błaszak

10. Comparative ultrastructure of the integument in adult mites of the Parasitengona and its phylogenetic implication
Andrew B. Shatrov

11. The water mite family Pontarachnidae, with new data on its peculiar morphological structures (Acari: Hydachnidia)
Harry Smit, Gerd Alberti

12. Two novel adaptations for dispersal in the mite family Histiostomatidae (Astigmata)
Norman J. Fashing

13. ‘Private matters’ of Sancassania berlesei (Acaridida, Acaridae): testes, receptaculum seminis, ovary and the location of sperm
Kerstin Klien, Manfred G. Walzl

14. Heterozerconidae: A comparison between a temperate and a tropical species
Beverly S. Gerdeman, Rufino Garcia

15. Patterns of diversity in the Ceratozetoidea (Acari: Oribatida): a North American assessment
Valerie Behan-Pelletier, Heinrich Schatz

16. Mites occurring in the canopy of Sitka spruce growing in Ireland
Julio Arroyo, Patrick Neville, Thomas Bolger

17. Changes of the oribatid community after a windthrow event
Eileen Kreibich, Coronula Grauf, Sabrina Strauch

18. Effects of a windthrow event in the forest of the peninsula Darss on the gamasid fauna (Arachnida) and Collembola
Annett Wegener, Gerd Alberti

19. Succession of oribatid fauna (Acari, Oribatida) in fallen spruce trees: Deadwood promotes species and functional diversity
Piotr Skubala, Magdalena Maslak

20. Effects of reforestation with conifers on the communities of mesostigmatic mites in northern Spain (Acari: Mesostigmata)
María Lourdes Moraza

21. Actinedid mite community diversity in a succession gradient in continental sand-dune habitats of central Europe
David J. Russell, Gerd Alberti

22. Communities of Oribatida associated with litter input in western red cedar tree crowns: Are moss mats ‘magic carpets’ for oribatid mite dispersal?
Zoë Lindo

23. Oribatid communities (Acari: Oribatida) associated with bird’s nest ferns (Asplenium nidus complex) in a subtropical Japanese forest – a mini-review
Shigenori Karasawa, Naoki Hijii

24. Mites of the families Anystidae and Teneriffiidae from Baja California Sur, Mexico
Mercedes Guadalupe López-Campos, Ignacio Vázquez-Rojas

25. Terrestrial species of the genus Nanorchestes (Endeostigmata: Nanorchestidae) in Europe
Matti Uusitalo

26. Ptyctima (Acari, Oribatida) in various habitats in Finland
R. Penttinen, V. Huhta

27. Distribution of Cosmochthonius species (Oribatida: Cosmochthoniidae) in the eastern part of the Mediterranean, Ukraine and Tajikistan
R. Penttinen, E. Gordeeva

28. An inventory of oribatid mites, the main decomposers in bogs of Colchic Lowland (Caucasus, Georgia)
Maka Murvanidze, Eristo Kvavadze

29. The soil mites of buttongrass moorland (Tasmania) and their response to fire as a management tool
David Green

30. The water mite genus Torrenticola (Hydrachnidia: Torrenticolidae) in Costa Rica – ecology, diversity, and bioindicator potential
Tom Goldschmidt

31. Stage distributions of cunaxids in soil and litter at Chamela, Jalisco, Mexico
Blanca E. Mejía-Recamier, Gabriela Castaño-Meneses

32. Mites (Mesostigmata) inhabiting bird nests in Slovakia (Western Carpathians)
Peter Fend’a

33. Ereynetid mites (Tydeoidea: Ereynetidae) associated with garlic crops in Guanajuato, Mexico
Ignacio Mauro Vázquez-Rojas, Edith G. Estrada-Venegas

34. Nutritional biology of oribatid mites from different microhabitats in the forest
Jaroslav Smrž

35. Enzyme activities and internal bacteria of saprophagous soil mites (Acari: Oribatida, Acaridida)
Jaroslav Smrž

36. Analysis of tissues for EcR and RXR nuclear receptor gene expression during vitellogenesis in the soft tick Ornithodoros moubata

Mari Horigane, DeMar Taylor

37. A cysteine protease inhibitor (cystatin) from the tick Haemaphysalis longicornis is involved in tick innate immunity
Jinlin Zhou, Kozo Fujisaki

38. Oil gland secretions in Oribatida (Acari)
Günther Raspotnig

39. How astigmatic mites control the emission of two or even three types of pheromones from the same gland
Yasumasa Kuwahara

40. The role of infochemicals in the interaction between cassava green mite and its fungal pathogen Neozygites tanajoae

F. C. C. Hountondji, M. W. Sabelis, R. Hanna

41. Herbivore-induced plant volatiles prime two indirect defences in lima bean
Yasuyuki Choh, Junji Takabayashi

42. Differences in foraging strategies between populations of the predatory mite Neoseiulus womersleyi: correlation between olfactory response and dispersal tendency
Taro Maeda

43. Species or morphological variation? A multivariate morphometric analysis of Afroleius simplex(Acari, Oribatida, Haplozetidae)
Louise Coetzee

44. Assessment of morphological and molecular variation among strains of Neoseiulus californicus (Acari: Phytoseiidae)
S. Guichou, M.-S. Tixier, S. Kreiter

45. Identification of a drought-adapted Neoseiulus californicus strain: egg hatchability, juvenile survival and oviposition at low humidities
A. Walzer, M. Castagnoli, S. Simoni, M. Liguori, E. Palevsky, P. Schausberger

46. Spider mites as study objects for evolutionary biology
Yutaka Saito

47. The effect of a phosphogluconate dehydrogenase genotype on sperm competitiveness in the bulb mite,Rhizoglyphus robini

Piotr Łukasik, Małgorzata Zygadło, Jacek Radwan

48. Population density and male polymorphism in the feather mite Falculifer rostratus (Acari: Falculiferidae)
H. C. Proctor, G. Williams, D. H. Clayton

49. Observations on reproduction, development, and sexual behaviour of stream-inhabiting water mites (Acari: Hydrachnidia)
Peter Martin

50. Nest microflora in the social spider mite, Stigmaeopsis longus (Acari: Tetranychidae)
Ayumi Kikuchi, Michiko Tanaka

51. Seasonal adaptations in the life cycles of mites and ticks: comparative and evolutionary aspects
Valentin N. Belozerov

52. Embryonic diapause and cold hardiness of Ixodes ricinus eggs (Acari: Ixodidae)
Hans Dautel, Wilhelm Knülle

53. Phoresy revisited
A. M. Camerik

54.
Pediculaster–host relationships (Acari: Siteroptidae)
A. M. Camerik

55. Generalist and specialist strategies in macrochelid mites (Acari: Mesostigmata) phoretically associated with dung beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae)
Jérôme Niogret, Jean-Pierre Lumaret, Michel Bertrand

56. Development of microsatellite markers for Tetranychus kanzawai (Acari: Tetranychidae) and analysis of spatio-temporal gene flow among populations on different host plants
Shinya Nishimura, Norihide Hinomoto, Akio Takafuji

57. Demographic and reproductive parameters of Polyphagotarsonemus latus in Carica papaya

Martha Coss, Gabriel Otero-Colina, Jorge E. Peña, Ricardo Magallanes

58. Effect of temperature on the life history of the old world date mite, Oligonychus afrasiaticus (Acari: Tetranychidae)
Ibrahim J. Al-Jboory, Taha M. Al-Suaide

59. Habitat selection in the bug Pyrrhocoris apterus: Does it minimize the risk of being parasitized by the ectoparasitic mite Hemipteroseius adleri?
Rostislav Zemek, Radomír Socha

60. Mites associated with concealed and open nests of Apis cerana indica in Kerala, South India
M. A. Haq, K. Sumangala, N. Ramani

61. Tracking the colonisation history of the invasive species Varroa destructor

Maria J. Navajas

62. The rice mite Steneotarsonemus spinki, an invasive species in the Americas
Denise Navia, Renata Santos Mendonça, Ronald Ochoa

63. Importation of a New World tick, Dermacentor albipictus (Acari: Ixodidae), with a horse from the USA into Germany
Gabriele Liebisch, Arndt Liebisch, Stephan Paufler

64. Concepts of classification of the Phytoseiidae: Relevance to biological control of mites
J. A. McMurtry

65. Biological control of mites in European vineyards and the impact of natural vegetation
Carlo Duso, Serge Kreiter, Marie-Stéphane Tixier, Alberto Pozzebon, Valeria Malagnini

66. Does agroforestry affect phytoseiid mite communities in vineyards in the South of France?
Ziad Barbar, Marie-Stéphane Tixier, Brigitte Cheval, Serge Kreiter

67. Manipulating plant-arthropod conversations to improve conservation biological control of mites
David G. James, Sandra Castle Conte, Tanya S. Price, Tessa R. Grasswitz, Lawrence C. Wright, Victor Reyna, Oscar Garcia, Joe Perez

68. Status of coconut mite Aceria guerreronis and biological control research in Sri Lanka
L. C. P. Fernando, N. S. Aratchige

69. Development of an economic rearing and transport system for an arid-adapted strain of the predatory mite, Neoseiulus californicus, for spider mite control
Eric Palevsky, Phyllis G. Weintraub, Einat Zchori-Fein, Shira Gal, Neta Mozes-Daube, Yael Argov, Marisa Castagnoli, Marialivia Liguori, Roberto Nannelli, Sauro Simoni, Franca Tarchi, Silvia Guidi, Donatella Goggioli, Giuseppino Sabbatini Peverieri, Peter Schausberger, Andreas Walzer, Monika Enigl, Serge Kreiter, Marie-Stéphane Tixier, Sabine Guichou, Karel Bolckmans, Yvonne Houten, Elmer Baal, Jose Eduardo Belda, Shimon Steinberg, Nurit Shapira, Dimitrios Charantonis, George Tsalis, Raija Holmqvist, Sune Gullans, Michael Gross, Patrick Peternel, Jan Blom, Juan Carlos Perez Mesa, Gad Rosenthal, Ofra Goldfarb

70. Host Range, distribution, and morphometrics of predatory mites associated with phytophagous mites of fruit crops in Himachal Pradesh, India
Meena Thakur, C. L. Dinabandhoo, Usha Chauhan

71. Winter survival and reproduction of Amblyseius longispinosus (Acari: Phytoseiidae), a potential predator of spider mites on roses in Himachal Pradesh, India
Usha Chauhan, Ram Kumar, Meena Thakur

72. Effect of the entomopathogenic fungus Beauveria bassiana on three acarine pests
Abd-Allah M. Afifi, Aiman M. Mabrouk, Amal A. Asran

73.
Hirsutella thompsonii as a mycoacaricide for Aceria guerreronis on coconut in India: research, development, and other aspects
P. Sreerama Kumar

74.
Fusarium species: acaropathogenic fungi as potential control agents against coconut mite, Aceria guerreronis

Gunasingham Mikunthan, M. Manjunatha

75. Biocontrol of phytophagous mites in Quebec apple orchards
Noubar J. Bostanian, Gaétan Racette, Jacques Lasnier

76. Side effects of pesticides on phytoseiid mites in French vineyards and orchards: laboratory and field trials
Serge Kreiter, Philippe Auger, Romain Bonafos

77. Pesticide side-effects on predatory mites: the role of trophic interactions
Alberto Pozzebon, Carlo Duso

78. Integrating pesticides and biocontrol of mites in agricultural systems
Frank G. Zalom, Francisco Javier Sáenz-de-Cabezón Irigaray

79. The impact of sulfur on biological control of spider mites in Washington State vineyards and hop yards
David G. James, Deirdre Prischmann

80. Impact of new pesticide chemistry on acarine communities in apple orchards
Raul T. Villanueva, James F. Walgenbach

81. Effect of monocrotophos and the acaropathogen, Fusarium semitectum, on the broad mite, Polyphagotarsonemus latus, and its predator Amblyseius ovalis in the field
Gunasingham Mikunthan, M. Manjunatha

82. Compatibility of pesticides with the acaropathogenic fungus, Fusarium semitectum

Gunasingham Mikunthan, M. Manjunatha

83. Pesticide-induced mortality and prey-dependent life history of the predatory miteNeoseiulus longispinosus (Acari: Phytoseiidae)
N. Nusartlert, P. Vichitbandha, G. T. Baker, A. Chandrapatya

84. Effect of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potash levels on population fluctuation of European red mite, Panonychus ulmi, on apple
Sangita Sharma, S. P. Bhardwaj

85. Resistance of strawberry plants against the two-spotted spider mite, Tetranychus urticae (Acari: Tetranychidae)
Abd-Allah M. Afifi, Ahamed Y. M. El-Laithy, Saied A. Shehata, El-Sayed M. A. El-Saiedy

86. Weight loss of copra due to infestation by Aceria guerreronis

M. A. Haq, T. R. Sobha

87.
Dermanyssus gallinae in Dutch poultry farms: Results of a questionnaire on severity, control treatments, cleaning, and biosecurity
Monique F. Mul, Thea G. C. M. Niekerk, Berry F. J. Reuvekamp, Rick A. Emous

88. A bioassay to assess the activity of repellent substances on Ixodes ricinus nymphs
Francesco Nazzi, Norberto Milani, Igor Saccon

89. Experimental studies on the potential role of the poultry red mite, Dermanyssus gallinae, as a vector of Salmonella serotype Enteritidis
Claire Valiente Moro, Philippe Fravalo, Michel Amelot, Claude Chauve, Gilles Salvat, Lionel Zenner

90. ‘Candidatus Midichloria mitochondrii’, formerly IricES1, a symbiont of the tick Ixodes ricinus that resides in the host mitochondria
D. Sassera, T. Beninati, S. Epis, C. Bandi, L. Beati, M. Montagna, M. Alba, C. Genchi, L. Sacchi, N. Lo

91. The tick Ixodes persulcatus (Acari: Ixodidae) is a vector of various disease agents in the Cisural region, Russia
Edward I. Korenberg, Valentina V. Nefedova, Yurii V. Kovalevskii, Nataliya B. Gorelova

92. Seasonality of Megninia ginglymura: a one-year study in a hen farm in Yucatan, Mexico
M. T. Quintero, M. Itza, G. Juarez, A. Eleno

93. Acaricidal activity of some essential oils and their monoterpenoidal constituents against the house dust mite, Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus (Acari: Pyroglyphidae)
S. R. El-Zemity, H. A. Rezk, Saher Farok, A. A. Zaitoon

94. A gel formulation of formic acid for control of Varroa destructor

Fidel Avila-Ramos, Gabriel Otero-Colina, Hussein Sánchez-Arroyo, María Teresa Santillán-Galicia, Alberto Tecante

95. Effect of eight storage modes on DNA preservation
Matthew Corriveau, Kaitlin Uppstrom, Hans Klompen

96. Spider Mites Web: A comprehensive database for the Tetranychidae
Alain Migeon, Elodie Nouguier, Franck Dorkeld

Keywords: Life Sciences, Invertebrates, Entomology, Animal Ecology, Biodiversity, Agriculture

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2010
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
Natural Sciences
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9789048198375

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