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With 136131 research publications and other information on pests, diseases and weeds
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Selected publications of the week
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AQIS Logo.pngBiological Invasions (2015) 17, 1087-1094
Peter Caley, Robert Ingram and Paul De Barro (2015)
Entry of exotic insects into Australia: Does border interception count match incursion risk?
Harpalus affinis01.jpgBulletin of Entomological Research (2015) 105, 234-244
A.B. Allema, W. van der Werf, J.C.J. Groot, L. Hemerik, G. Gort, W.A.H. Rossing and J.C. van Lenteren (2015)
Quantification of motility of carabid beetles in farmland
Agrilus planipennis IPM2106098.jpgThe Canadian Entomologist (2015) 147, 277-289
Peter Silk and Krista Ryall (2015)
Semiochemistry and chemical ecology of the emerald ash borer Agrilus planipennis (Coleoptera: Buprestidae)
BIEDRONA.JPGEnvironmental Entomology (2015) 44, 277-286
Antoine Boullis, Frederic Francis and François J. Verheggen (2015)
Climate change and tritrophic interactions: will modifications to greenhouse gas emissions increase the vulnerability of herbivorous insects to natural enemies?
Aedes albopictus on human skin.jpgInsects (2015) 6, 236-278
Joy Kean, Stephanie M. Rainey, Melanie McFarlane, Claire L. Donald, Esther Schnettler, Alain Kohl and Emilie Pondeville (2015)
Fighting arbovirus transmission: Natural and engineered control of vector competence in Aedes mosquitoes
Natural enemies
Frankliniella occidentalis PaDIL136422a.jpgExperimental and Applied Acarology (2015) 65, 419-433
F. Javier Calvo, Markus Knapp, Yvonne M. van Houten, Hans Hoogerbrugge and José E. Belda (2015)
Amblyseius swirskii : What made this predatory mite such a successful biocontrol agent?
Kudzu on trees in Atlanta, Georgia.jpgBiological Invasions (2015) 17, 1283-1297
Kirsten M. Prior, Thomas H.Q. Powell, Ashley L. Joseph and Jessica J. Hellmann (2015)
Insights from community ecology into the role of enemy release in causing invasion success: the importance of native enemy effects
Plant pathology
Phytoplasma asteris IPM5368439.jpgApplied and Environmental Microbiology (2015) 81, 2591-2602
D. Pacifico, L. Galetto, M. Rashidi, S. Abbà, S. Palmano, G. Firrao, D. Bosco and C. Marzachi (2015)
Decreasing global transcript levels over time suggest that phytoplasma cells enter stationary phase during plant and insect colonization
Tospovirus MicrobeWiki.jpgArthropod-Plant Interactions (2015) 9, 107-120
M.J. Jeger, F. van den Bosch and N. McRoberts (2015)
Modelling transmission characteristics and epidemic development of the tospovirus–thrip interaction
Weed science
IPMimage1392218.jpgAnnals of Applied Biology (2015) 166, 444-455
S. Cordeau, J.-P. Guillemin, C. Reibel and B. Chauvel (2015)
Weed species differ in their ability to emerge in no-till systems that include cover crops


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