Fall Armyworm Symposium--1988: The Contributions of Ferdinand F. Dicke
AbstractFerdinand F. Dicke's contributions to entomology have spanned more than sixty years. Mr. Dicke has made significant contributions to entomology in the areas of host plant resistance, biology and ecology, disease transmission by insects, chemical and biological control, and methods for breeding for plant resistance to insects. Mr. Dicke's long and distinguished career in the field of entomology is truly outstanding and worthy of our recognition.
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