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Journal of Economic Entomology is published bimonthly in February, April, June, August, October, and December. The journal publishes articles on the economic significance of insects and is divided into the following sections: apiculture & social insects; arthropods in relation to plant disease; forum; insecticide resistance and resistance management; ecotoxicology; biological and microbial control; ecology and behavior; sampling and biostatistics; household and structural insects; medical entomology; molecular entomology; veterinary entomology; forest entomology; horticultural entomology; field and forage crops, and small grains; stored-product; commodity treatment and quarantine entomology; and plant resistance. In addition to research papers, Journal of Economic Entomology publishes Letters to the Editor, interpretive articles in a Forum section, Short Communications, Rapid Communications, and Book Reviews.

Publisher: Entomological Society of America

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Volume 41, Number 4, August 1948

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Editorial

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Articles

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Cotton Insect Control with Organic Insecticides
pp. 543-547(5)
Author: WATTS, GORDON J.

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Tests of Insecticides for the Control of Several Cotton Insects
pp. 548-554(7)
Authors: GAINES, J. C.; DEAN, H. A.

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Control of Sucking Bugs That Cause Deformed Peaches
pp. 555-557(3)
Author: SNAPP, OLIVER I.

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Insecticide Tests in Field Plots for Control of the Sweetpotato Weevil
pp. 563-565(3)
Authors: COCKERHAM, K. L.; DEEN, O. T.

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New Insecticides for Control of Plum Curculio on Peach
pp. 569-574(6)
Author: SNAPP, OLIVER I.

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Benzene Hexachloride and Other Insecticides to Control Cotton Insects in Arizona
pp. 583-585(3)
Authors: STEVENSON, W. A.; KAUFFMAN, WILLIAM

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Oil Spray Investigations in British Columbia
pp. 592-595(4)
Author: MARSHALL, J.

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Host Selection by the Pine Engraver
pp. 596-602(7)
Author: ABDERSON, ROGER F.

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Observations on Nosema Disease of Honey Bees
pp. 603-607(5)
Authors: BURNSIDE, C. F.; REVELL, I. L.

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Hive Humidity and Its Effect Upon Wintering of Bees
pp. 608-616(9)
Author: ABDERSON, EDWIN J.

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Stimulation and Suppression of Some Vegetable Plants by DDT
pp. 616-623(8)
Authors: CHAPMAN, R. K.; ALLEN, T. C.

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Recent Developments in the Control of Greenhouse Pests by Liquefied-Gas Aerosols
pp. 624-631(8)
Authors: SMITH, FLOYD F.; FULTON, R. A.; LUNG, P. H.

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The Cutworm Loxagrotis albicosta on Beans
pp. 631-635(5)
Author: HOERNER, JOHN L.

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Effect on Livestock of Sprays and Dips Containing New Chlorinated Insecticides
pp. 642-645(4)
Authors: BUSHLAND, R. C.; WELIS, R. W.; RADELEFF, R. D.

Scientific Notes

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The Swarming Season for Honey Bees in Manitoba
pp. 646-646(1)
Author: MITCHENER, A.V.

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Vacuum Dusting of Insects and Plants
pp. 647-648(2)
Authors: FARRAR, M. D.; O'KANE, W. C.; SMlTH, HOWARD W.

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An Improved Cage for Work with Small Insects
pp. 648-649(2)
Author: HUFFAKER, CARL B.

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Toxicity of Parathion to Mosquitoes
pp. 649-650(2)
Author: GINSBURG, JOSEPH M.

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A Technique for Translocation of DDT in Plants
pp. 650-651(2)
Author: HUFFAKER, CARL B.

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A Comparison of the Toxicity of Some New Insecticides to the German Roach
pp. 652-653(2)
Authors: NISWANDER, R. E.; DAVIDSON, R. H.

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Preliminary Experiments on the Control of the Leaf Miner Liriomyza flaveola on Asters
pp. 653-655(3)
Authors: JEFFERSON, R. N.; PENCE, R. J.

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DDT, Benzene Hexachloride and Sabadilla to Control Climbing Cutworms on Peaches and Apricots
pp. 655-655(1)
Authors: CARISON, F. W.; YOTHERS, M. A.; DEAN, F. P.

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Laboratory Tests of N-Substituted m-Nitrobenzarnides against the Codling Moth
pp. 658-659(2)
Authors: SIEGLER, E. H.; GERTLER, S. I.

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A Back-Pack Fog Gun for 2,4-D Application
pp. 658-658(1)
Authors: STEWART, WM. S.; GAMMON, CYRIL

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Field Applications to Control Spittle Bugs in Michigan
pp. 659-661(3)
Authors: PEDERSON, C. E.; SHERMAN III, FRANKLIN

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Serological Evidence of Resistance of Larvae and Workers to Bacillus larvae
pp. 661-663(3)
Authors: GARY, N. D.; NELSON, C. I.; MUNRO, J. A.

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Notes on Biology of Cyclopic Bees
pp. 663-664(2)
Author: HAYDAK, MYKOLA H.

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Buffalo of Treehopper Adults Controlled with DDT
pp. 664-665(2)
Author: FLUKE, C. L.

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Toxicity of Several Chlorinated Hydrocarbons to Thrips on Cotton
pp. 665-665(1)
Authors: FIFE, L. C.; CHAPMAN, A. J.; SHILLER, IVAN

Editorial

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The Publication Privilege
pp. 667-668(2)
Authors: given-names, surname surname given-names; given-names, surname surname given-names

Book Reviews

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Book Review
pp. 668-668(1)
Author: OLSON D.V.M., NORMAN O.

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