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Food Safety Standards positive contribution to Pest Management activities.

Food Safety Standards positive contribution to Pest Management activities.

| September 10, 2019

Dr Guglielmo Pampiglione, Dr Chiara Piombo, Dr Marco Caimi – InPest Lab, Italy. Abstract: Food Safety Standards like ISO 22000: 2018, BRC, IFS, are providing a general improvement of the quality of Pest Management services introducing a new concept of collaboration between Pest Management operators and client companies in recent years. This process of improvement […]

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A new biological control method for the common furniture beetle with <em>Spathius exarator</em>

A new biological control method for the common furniture beetle with Spathius exarator

| November 7, 2017

Dr. Judith Auer, Alexander Kassel APC AG, Allround Pest Control AG, Ostendstr. 132, D-90482 Nuremberg, Germany; judith.auer@apc-ag.de. alexander.kassel@apc-ag.de Abstract: Biological control using beneficial organisms is getting more and more important in the Integrated Pest Management. A new and effective strategy in the fight against the most common timber pest species in churches and museums, the […]

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Resistance of Norway rats <em>(Rattus norvegicus)</em> to anticoagulant rodenticides in Hungary

Resistance of Norway rats (Rattus norvegicus) to anticoagulant rodenticides in Hungary

| August 14, 2017

Dr. D. Bajomi, B. Tánczos. Abstract: First generation rodenticides have been in use in Hungary since the mid 60-ies. Coumatetralyl based formulations were the first to appear, while rodenticides containing warfarin active substance have become less widespread. The application of bromadiolone and other second generation anticoagulant actives started afterwards. Anticoagulant resistant strains of Rattus norvegicus […]

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S-methoprene Insect Growth Regulator Mosquito Larvicides Results of Efficacy Trials

S-methoprene Insect Growth Regulator Mosquito Larvicides Results of Efficacy Trials

| August 4, 2017

Dr. Dániel Bajomi, József Schmidt, Laszló Takács – Babolna Bio Ltd., Hungary Bruno Serrano – Laboratoire T.E.C., France Abstract: Global warming, mass tourism and delivery of goods helps the appearance and proliferation not only of new vector species, but very serious illnesses too. During the past years the rapid Southern-Northern spread of the invasive tiger […]

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Parasitic wasps versus Anobiidae

Parasitic wasps versus Anobiidae

| May 6, 2016

Dr. Judith Auer & Alexander Kassel, APC AG, Allround Pest Control AG, Ostendstr. 132, D-90482 Nuremberg, Germany Abstract: The common furniture beetle (Anobium punctatum) is a permanent threat in churches and museums and is wreaking devastating damage by corrosion of wooden inventory and antiques. The conventional control methods are complex, polluting and high-priced. The aim […]

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Implementation of Structure-based pharmacophore modelling for <em>in silico</em> prediction of insecticidal activity

Implementation of Structure-based pharmacophore modelling for in silico prediction of insecticidal activity

| December 22, 2015

Edwin P. Alcantara – National Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology Biotech University of the Philippines (Los Banos) College, Laguna 4031 Philippines Introduction:  A pharmacophore is the set of chemical and steric interactions between a ligand and macromolecule that are relevant to trigger biological response. In this study, the enzyme β-N-acetyl-D-hexosaminidase (PDB I.D. 3NSN) was […]

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Developing a Chlorfluazuron Based Insecticides Bait for Multiple Termite Species

Developing a Chlorfluazuron Based Insecticides Bait for Multiple Termite Species

| September 15, 2015

Dr Partho Dhang Abstract: The pressure for better environmental stewardship is forcing the chemical industry to look for safer formulations and much safer application techniques. Insecticidal baits are unique formulations which have combined information from insect sensory physiology, gustatory chemistry, semiochemicals and many more. Baits are target specific and allow easy application, thus being recognized […]

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Magnetic powder as an enhanced delivery agent for active ingredients in urban pest management products

Magnetic powder as an enhanced delivery agent for active ingredients in urban pest management products

| July 15, 2015

Colin O’Halloran – YPIL Rob Fryatt – Xenex Associates Abstract: Satisfactory results from dry flowable powder formulations for control of crawling insect pests are driven by the quantity of powder adhering to the insect and the ability to transfer powder from insect to insect. This poster describes the performance of a magnetic dry flowable powder […]

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