Contents

 

0. FOREWORD

P.W. Price

 

1. FOOD FOR PROTECTION: AN INTRODUCTION

F.L. Wäckers & P.C.J. van Rijn

 

Section I: Food provision by plants

 

2. SUITABILITY OF (EXTRA-)FLORAL NECTAR, POLLEN AND HONEYDEW AS INSECT FOOD SOURCES

F.L. Wäckers

 

3. NECTAR AS FUEL FOR PLANT PROTECTORS

S. Koptur

 

4. FITNESS CONSEQUENCES OF FOOD-FOR-PROTECTION STRATEGIES IN PLANTS

M.W. Sabelis, P.C.J. van Rijn & A. Janssen

 

Section II: Arthropods feeding on plant-provided food

 

5. FOOD NEEDS OF ADULT PARASITOIDS: BEHAVIOURAL ADAPTATIONS AND CONSEQUENCES

D.M. Olson, K. Takasu & W.J. Lewis

 

6. EFFECTS OF PLANT FEEDING ON THE PERFORMANCE OF OMNIVOROUS ‘PREDATORS’

M.D. Eubanks & J.D. Styrsky

 

7. NECTAR AND POLLEN FEEDING BY ADULT HERBIVOROUS INSECTS

J. Romeis, E. Städler & F.L. Wäckers

 

Section III: Plant-provided food and biological control

 

8. IMPACT OF PLANT-PROVIDED FOOD ON HERBIVORE-CARNIVORE DYNAMICS

P.C.J. van Rijn & M.W. Sabelis

 

9. DOES FLORAL NECTAR IMPROVE BIOLOGICAL CONTROL BY PARASITOIDS?

G.E. Heimpel & M.A. Jervis

 

10. HABITAT DIVERSIFICATION IN BIOLOGICAL CONTROL: THE ROLE OF PLANT RESOURCES

T.K. Wilkinson & D.A. Landis

 

11. PROVIDING FOODS FOR NATURAL ENEMIES IN FARMING SYSTEMS: BALANCING PRACTICALITIES AND THEORY

G.M. Gurr, S.D. Wratten, J. Tylianakis, J. Kean & M. Keller

 

 

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