Revival: Chlorinated Insecticides (1974)
Biological and Environmental Aspects Volume II
Volume 1 of Chlorinated Insecticides considered the technology of these compounds in a historical context, tracing their development up to the resent time. The accounts of the numerous applications in insect control given there provide a link with Volume 2 in that they pose many questions about the interactions of these compounds with living organisms. Some of these questions will be examined in the Subsequent Chapters of this book.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction 2. Insect Resistance to Chlorinated Insecticides 3. Action of Chlorinated Insecticides 4. Residues and Prospects
Gerald T Brooks was formally in the Biochemistry Department of the Agricultural Research Council’s Pest Infestation Laboratory (now the Pest Infestation Control Laboratory of the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, and Food) at Slough, England. He Holds B.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees of the University of London, and was Fellow of The Royal Institute of Chemistry. His field work is the chemistry, biochemistry, and toxicology of insecticides and hormones.