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Nasoniavit.jpgEntomologia Experimentalis et Applicata (2017) 162, 108-123
Suzanne T.E. Lommen, Peter W. de Jong and Bart A. Pannebakker (2017)
It is time to bridge the gap between exploring and exploiting: prospects for utilizing intraspecific genetic variation to optimize arthropods for augmentative pest control – a review
Lymantria dispar dispar (european) female2.jpgJournal of Applied Ecology (2017) 54, 225-233
Laura Blackburn, Rebecca Epanchin-Niell, Alexandra Thompson and Andrew Liebhold (2017)
Predicting costs of alien species surveillance across varying transportation networks
Brokechromo.jpgEntomological Science (2017) 20, 137-141
Sebastian Büsse, Philipp von Grumbkow, Janine Mazanec, Gert Tröster, Susanne Hummel and Thomas Hörnschemeyer (2017)
Note on using nuclear 28S rDNA for sequencing ancient and strongly degraded insect DNA
Wolbachia.pngJournal of Pest Science (2017) 90, 51-68
Julien Chuche, Nathalie Auricau-Bouvery, Jean-Luc Danet and Denis Thiéry (2017)
Use the insiders: could insect facultative symbionts control vector-borne plant diseases?
Anopheles funestus CDCimage 7192.jpgInsects (2017) 8 (1 - 1)
Jennifer C. Stevenson and Douglas E. Norris (2017)
Implicating cryptic and novel Anophelines as malaria vectors in Africa
Plant pathology
Erysiphe cichoracearum IPM5221090.jpgPhytopathology (2017) 107, 6-17
Ivan Simko, Jose A. Jimenez-Berni and Xavier R.R. Sirault (2017)
Phenomic approaches and tools for phytopathologists
CowpeaMosaicVirus3D.pngEuropean Journal of Plant Pathology (2017) 147, 431-441
S. Khankhum, C. Escalante, E. Rodrigues de Souto and R.A. Valverde (2017)
Extraction and electrophoretic analysis of large dsRNAs from desiccated plant tissues infected with plant viruses and biotrophic fungi
Beet necrotic yellow vein virus IPM0660052.jpgViruses (2016) 8 (11 - 314)
Jeanmarie Verchot (2016)
Plant virus infection and the ubiquitin proteasome machinery: Arms race along the endoplasmic reticulum
Weed science
Herbe Pampa FR 2008.jpgBiological Invasions (2017) 19, 549-561
Pablo González-Moreno, Joan Pino, Andrés Cózar, Juan García-de-Lomas and Montserrat Vilà (2017)
The effects of landscape history and time-lags on plant invasion in Mediterranean coastal habitats
Biological invasion
2014-10-20 13 21 41 Leafy Spurge Quarantine Area sign along Goose Creek Road where it crosses from Box Elder County, Utah into Cassia County, Idaho.JPGEcology Letters (2017) 20, 158-165
Hanno Seebens, Franz Essl and Bernd Blasius (2017)
The intermediate distance hypothesis of biological invasions


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