Biology and Management of The German Cockroach

Changlu Wang, Chow-Yang Lee, Michael K. Rust

The German cockroach is one of the most widespread and pervasive indoor urban pests worldwide. Biology and Management of the German Cockroach summarises advances in management technology, products, delivery systems, and basic and applied research made over the past 25 years, including why the German cockroach is a medically important pest, and how its microbiome can provide new insights on cockroach physiology and potential novel targets for control.

Better understanding on cockroach allergens and their relationship with allergy and asthma underscores the importance of the German cockroach as a medically important pest and the need for more effective cockroach management.

- From the Preface

Release
May-2021
ISBN
9781486312061
RRP (AUD)
$220.00
Pages
272
Format
Hardback
Category
Entomology

Changlu Wang, Chow-Yang Lee, Michael K. Rust

Changlu Wang is an Extension Specialist in Urban Entomology at Rutgers University. Chow-Yang Lee is a Professor and Endowed Presidential Chair at the University of California, Riverside. Michael K. Rust is a Distinguished Professor of the Graduate Division at University of California, Riverside.

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Biology and Management of The German Cockroach
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