Pestycydy/Pesticides, 2005, (3).

 

CONTENTS

Krzysztof ŻELECHOWSKI, Anna KIEŁCZEWSKA and Jan LEGOCKI
Esters of 2,4-dichlorophenoxy- and 4-chloro-2-methylphenoxyacetic acids
– synthesis and infrared spectroscopy. Part II. sec-Alkyl esters
....................................7

István UJVÁRY
The importance of natural products in insect control..................................................21

Mariola KUCZER, Magdalena SKONIECZNA, Oskar WASIELEWSKI,
Grzegorz ROSIŃSKI and Danuta KONOPIŃSKA

Synthesis and biological effects of insect oostatic peptide Neb-colloostatin...............39

Ronald J. NACHMAN, William K. RUSSELL, David H. RUSSELL
and Reinhard PREDEL

MALDI-TOF/TOF mass spectrometric assignment of Leu/Ile in PVK/CAP2b
neuropeptides from single neurohemal organ preparations of four flies
.....................49

Suparna TANEJA-BAGESHWAR, Allison STREY, Pawel ZUBRZAK,
Patricia V. PIETRANTONIO and Ronald J. NACHMAN

Structure-activity relationships for insect kinins on expressed receptors
from a tick (Acari: Ixodidae) and a mosquito (Diptera: Culicidae)
............................55

Natraj KRISHNAN, Dalibor KODRÍK and František SEHNAL
Oxidative stress caused in insect gut by allelochemicals is associated
with enhanced antioxidant defence
..............................................................................61

Dov BOROVSKY
Control of mosquito larval trypsin with Aea-trypsin modulating
oostatic factor (TMOF) and its analogues
....................................................................71

Dov BOROVSKY, Donna A. IANNOTTI, Robert G. SHATTERS, Jr.
and Charles A. POWELL

Effect of recombinant Aea-TMOF on Heliothis virescens...........................................79

Maria STANKIEWICZ, Maria Elena De LIMA, Justyna CIOŁEK
and Marcel PELHATE

Insect sodium channels as targets for arthropod toxins
– electrophysiological studies
.......................................................................................87

Karel SLÁMA
Neuropeptides and insect heartbeat: the myth and reality...........................................95

Matthias W. LORENZ
Physiological effects of adipokinetic hormone, topically applied
to the Mediterranean field cricket..............................................................................109

Matthias W. LORENZ
Age-dependent lipid and glycogen synthesis in the cricket fat body
and regulation by adipokinetic hormone
....................................................................117

Oxana HABUŠTOVÁ, Ferit TURANLI, LukᚠSPITZER,
Vlastimil RَIÈKA, Petr DOLEŽAL and František SEHNAL

Communities of beetles and spiders in the stands of normal
and genetically modified maize
...................................................................................125

Dick R. NÄSSEL, Lina E. ENELL, Yasutaka HAMASAKA
and Helena A. D. JOHARD

Neurotransmitters and their receptors
in circadian clock circuits of Drosophila,
........................................................................133

Jean-Paul PALUZZI and Ian ORCHARD
Evidence for a CAP2b-like anti-diuretic hormone
in the blood-gorging insect, Rhodnius prolixus
.............................................................141

Naoki YAMANAKA, Dušan ŽITÒAN, Yue-Jin HUA,
Akira MIZOGUCHI, Yoshiaki TANAKA and Hiroshi KATAOKA

FMRFamide-related peptides regulate the prothoracic gland activity........................147

Andrzej PLECH, Monika RYKACZEWSKA-CZERWIŃSKA,
Florian RYSZKA, Aleksandra SUSZKA-ŒWITEK,
Barbara DOLIŃSKA, Mariola KUCZER and Danuta KONOPIŃSKA

Distribution in rat brain and internal organs of 125I-labeled
leucopyrokinin (LPK) injected intraperitoneally
..............................................................153

Maciej. A. PSZCZOLKOWSKI, Emily E. OLSON, Asoka SRINIVASAN
and Sonny. B. RAMASWAMY

The road to identifying the juvenile hormone membrane receptor:
pharmacological studies on ovarial patency in Heliothis virescens
...........................161

Justyna CIOŁEK, Ewa KIEŁBASIEWICZ, Agnieszka POLUS,
Wojciech K„DZIELA, Marcel PELHATE and Maria STANKIEWICZ

Action of pyrethroids on different levels of insect nervous system............................169

Mieczysława I. BOGUŒ and Emilia WŁÓKA
The effect of fungal infection on the hemolymph composition
of Neurotoma nemoralis larvae.
.....................................................................................177

Susanne NEUPERT
Mass spectrometric analysis of PDF (pigment-dispersing factor)
neurons of Periplaneta americana L.
........................................................................183

Iwona SPRAWKA, Antoni Piotr CIEPIELA and Emilia KMOCH
The effect of grain aphid (Sitobion avenae F.) feeding on antitrypsin
activity in ears of selected spring triticale cultivars
...................................................189

Grzegorz CHRZANOWSKI, Antoni P. CIEPIELA and Agnieszka BORSUK
Concentration of polysaccharides in spring triticale leaves during
the early stage of infestation with the grain aphid
.....................................................195

Jacek LIPOK, Izabela JASICKA-MISIAK and Piotr P. WIECZOREK
The influence of carrot seed oil and its main component carotol
on development and behaviour of Aphis fabae aphids
...............................................201