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Invasion and Management of Agricultural Alien Insects in China
Wan, Fang-Hao; Yang, Nian-Wan
2016
Source PublicationANNUAL REVIEW OF ENTOMOLOGY, VOL 61
ISSN0066-4170
Volume61Pages:77-
AbstractChina is the world's fourth-largest country in terms of landmass. Its highly diverse biogeography presents opportunities for many invasive alien insects. However, physical and climate barriers sometimes prevent locally occurring species from spreading. China has 560 confirmed invasive alien species; 125 are insect pests, and 92 of these damage the agricultural ecosystem. The estimated annual economic loss due to alien invasive species is more than $18.9 billion. The most harmful invasive insects exhibit some common characteristics, such as high reproduction, competitive dominance, and high tolerance, and benefit from mutualist facilitation interactions. Regional cropping system structure adjustments have resulted in mono-agricultural ecosystems in cotton and other staple crops, providing opportunities for monophagous insect pests. Furthermore, human dietary shifts to fruits and vegetables and smallholder-based farming systems result in highly diverse agricultural ecosystems, which provide resource opportunities for polyphagous insects. Multiple cropping and widespread use of greenhouses provide continuous food and winter habitats for insect pests, greatly extending their geographic range. The current management system consists of early-warning, monitoring, eradication, and spread blocking technologies. This review provides valuable new synthetic information on integrated management practices based mainly on biological control for a number of invasive species. We encourage farmers and extension workers to be more involved in training and further research for novel protection methods that takes into consideration end users' needs.
KeywordInvicta Hymenoptera-formicidae Whitefly Bemisia-tabaci Western Flower Thrips Occidentalis Thysanoptera Thripidae Water Weevil Coleoptera Solenopsis Hemiptera Pseudococcidae Mitochondrial-dna Markers Aleyrodidae Biotype-q Red Palm Weevil Frankliniella-occidentalis
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Language英语
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.xtbg.org.cn/handle/353005/9797
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Wan, Fang-Hao,Yang, Nian-Wan. Invasion and Management of Agricultural Alien Insects in China[J]. ANNUAL REVIEW OF ENTOMOLOGY, VOL 61,2016,61:77-.
APA Wan, Fang-Hao,&Yang, Nian-Wan.(2016).Invasion and Management of Agricultural Alien Insects in China.ANNUAL REVIEW OF ENTOMOLOGY, VOL 61,61,77-.
MLA Wan, Fang-Hao,et al."Invasion and Management of Agricultural Alien Insects in China".ANNUAL REVIEW OF ENTOMOLOGY, VOL 61 61(2016):77-.
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