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Selected publications of the week
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Adelges tsugae 3225077.jpgBiological Invasions (2015) 17, 661-673
S. Gómez, L. Gonda-King, C.M. Orians, D.A. Orwig, R. Panko, L. Radville, N. Soltis, C.S. Thornber and E.L. Preisser (2015)
Interactions between invasive herbivores and their long-term impact on New England hemlock forests
PDB 1spb EBI.jpgAnnual Review of Entomology (2015) 60, 233-252
Keyan Zhu-Salzman and Rensen Zeng (2015)
Insect response to plant defensive protease inhibitors
IPMimage1276025.jpgBiocontrol Science and Technology (2015) 25, 513-524
Naworaj Acharya, Edwin G. Rajotte, Nina E. Jenkins and Matthew B. Thomas (2015)
Potential for biocontrol of house flies, Musca domestica, using fungal biopesticides
IPMimages5360472.jpgJournal of Economic Entomology (2015) 108, 135-144
Rodney N. Nagoshi, Ninfa M. Rosas-García, Robert L. Meagher, Shelby J. Fleischer, John K. Westbrook, Thomas W. Sappington, Mirian Hay-Roe, Jean M.G. Thomas and Gabriela M. Murúa (2015)
Haplotype profile comparisons between Spodoptera frugiperda (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) populations from Mexico with those from Puerto Rico, South America, and the United States and their implications to migratory behavior
IPMimage5445034.jpgBulletin of Entomological Research (2015) 105, 52-59
W.B. Yeh, M.J. Tseng, N.T. Chang, S.Y. Wu and Y.S. Tsai (2015)
Agronomically important thrips: development of species-specific primers in multiplex PCR and microarray assay using internal transcribed spacer 1 (ITS1) sequences for identification
Plant pathology
Pectobacterium carotovorum IPM5368312.jpgAnnals of Applied Biology (2015) 166, 18-38
R. Czajkowski, M.C.M. Pérombelon, S. Jafra, E. Lojkowska, M. Potrykus, J.M. van der Wolf and W. Sledz (2015)
Detection, identification and differentiation of Pectobacterium and Dickeya species causing potato blackleg and tuber soft rot: A review
Botryosphaeria rhodina.jpgApplied and Environmental Microbiology (2015) 81, 364-372
Wei Zhao, Jinhe Bai, Greg McCollum and Elizabeth Baldwin (2015)
High incidence of preharvest colonization of huanglongbing-symptomatic Citrus sinensis fruit by Lasiodiplodia theobromae (Diplodia natalensis) and exacerbation of postharvest fruit decay by that fungus
Weed science
Cirsium arvense with Bees Richard Bartz.jpgWeed Research (2015) 55, 26-33
A. Ali, J.C. Streibig, S. Christensen and C. Andreasen (2015)
Image-based thresholds for weeds in maize fields
Neogalerucella calmariensis BugGuide21191.jpgInvasive Plant Science and Management (2014) 7, 565-579
Hariet L. Hinz, Mark Schwarzländer, André Gassmann and Robert S. Bourchier (2014)
Successes we may not have had: A retrospective analysis of selected weed biological control agents in the United States
Invasive species
Ips typographus IPM5378197.jpgBiological Invasions (2015) 17, 445-459
Ludek Berec, John M. Kean, Rebecca Epanchin-Niell, Andrew M. Liebhold and Robert G. Haight (2015)
Designing efficient surveys: spatial arrangement of sample points for detection of invasive species


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