Nadir Erbilgin

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Publications of Nadir Erbilgin

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2018) 44, 209-214
Marla Roth, Altaf Hussain, Jonathan A. Cale and Nadir Erbilgin (2018)
Successful colonization of lodgepole pine trees by mountain pine beetle increased monoterpene production and exhausted carbohydrate reserves

New Phytologist (2017) 213, 864-873
Gregory J. Pec, Justine Karst, D. Lee Taylor, Paul W. Cigan, Nadir Erbilgin, Janice E.K. Cooke, Suzanne W. Simard and James F. Cahill Jr (2017)
Change in soil fungal community structure driven by a decline in ectomycorrhizal fungi following a mountain pine beetle (Dendroctonus ponderosae) outbreak

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2017) 43, 172-179
Nadir Erbilgin, Jack D. Stein, Robert E. Acciavatti, Nancy E. Gillette, Sylvia R. Mori, Kristi Bischel, Jonathan A. Cale, Carline R. Carvalho and David L. Wood (2017)
A blend of ethanol and (-)-α-pinene were highly attractive to native Siricid woodwasps (Siricidae, Siricinae) infesting conifers of the Sierra Nevada and the Allegheny Mountains

Canadian Journal of Forest Research - Revue Canadienne de Recherche Forestière (2017) 47, 1432-1437
Jennifer G. Klutsch, Jonathan A. Cale, Caroline Whitehouse, Sanat S. Kanekar and Nadir Erbilgin (2017)
Trap trees: an effective method for monitoring mountain pine beetle activities in novel habitats

Oecologia (2017) 184, 469-478
Nadir Erbilgin, Jonathan A. Cale, Altaf Hussain, Guncha Ishangulyyeva, Jennifer G. Klutsch, Ahmed Najar and Shiyang Zhao (2017)
Weathering the storm: how lodgepole pine trees survive mountain pine beetle outbreaks

Journal of Applied Entomology (2017) 141, 133-140
G. Semiz, N. Erbilgin and J.K. Holopainen (2017)
Hylobius abietis L. feeding on the novel host Pinus brutia Ten. increases emission of volatile organic compounds

Oecologia (2016) 182, 1-12
Jennifer G. Klutsch, Ahmed Najar, Jonathan A. Cale and Nadir Erbilgin (2016)
Direction of interaction between mountain pine beetle (Dendroctonus ponderosae) and resource-sharing wood-boring beetles depends on plant parasite infection

Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution (2016) 2016 (2)
Inka Lusebrink, Nadir Erbilgin and Maya L. Evenden (2016)
The effect of water limitation on volatile emission, tree defense response, and brood success of Dendroctonus ponderosae in two pine hosts, lodgepole, and jack pine

Oecologia (2015) 179, 467-485
Janet Therrien, Charles J. Mason, Jonathan A. Cale, Aaron Adams, Brian H. Aukema, Cameron R. Currie, Kenneth F. Raffa and Nadir Erbilgin (2015)
Bacteria influence mountain pine beetle brood development through interactions with symbiotic and antagonistic fungi: implications for climate-driven host range expansion

New Phytologist (2015) 208, 904-914
Justine Karst, Nadir Erbilgin, Gregory J. Pec, Paul W. Cigan, Ahmed Najar, Suzanne W. Simard and James F. Cahill Jr. (2015)
Ectomycorrhizal fungi mediate indirect effects of a bark beetle outbreak on secondary chemistry and establishment of pine seedlings

Canadian Journal of Forest Research - Revue Canadienne de Recherche Forestière (2015) 45, 1873-1877
Jonathan A. Cale, Spencer Taft, Ahmed Najar, Jennifer G. Klutsch, Cory C. Hughes, Jon D. Sweeney and Nadir Erbilgin (2015)
Mountain pine beetle (Dendroctonus ponderosae) can produce its aggregation pheromone and complete brood development in naïve red pine (Pinus resinosa) under laboratory conditions

The Canadian Entomologist (2015) 147, 472-475
Brian T. Sullivan and Nadir Erbilgin (2015)
Evidence for divergence in cuticular hydrocarbon sex pheromone between California and Mississippi (United States of America) populations of bark beetle parasitoid Roptrocerus xylophagorum (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae)

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2015) 41, 540-549
Spencer Taft, Ahmed Najar and Nadir Erbilgin (2015)
Pheromone production by an invasive bark beetle varies with monoterpene composition of its naïve host

New Phytologist (2014) 201, 940-950
Nadir Erbilgin, Cary Ma, Caroline Whitehouse, Bin Shan, Ahmed Najar and Maya Evenden (2014)
Chemical similarity between historical and novel host plants promotes range and host expansion of the mountain pine beetle in a naïve host ecosystem

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2013) 39, 1209-1220
Inka Lusebrink, Nadir Erbilgin and Maya L. Evenden (2013)
The lodgepole × jack pine hybrid zone in Alberta, Canada: A stepping stone for the mountain pine beetle on its journey east across the boreal forest?

Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2013) 79, 3468-3475
Aaron S. Adams, Frank O. Aylward, Sandye M. Adams, Nadir Erbilgin, Brian H. Aukema, Cameron R. Currie, Garret Suen and Kenneth F. Raffa (2013)
Mountain pine beetles colonizing historical and naïve host trees are associated with a bacterial community highly enriched in genes contributing to terpene metabolism

Environmental Entomology (2012) 41, 1575-1586
Nancy E. Gillette, Constance J. Mehmel, Sylvia R. Mori, Jeffrey N. Webster, David L. Wood, Nadir Erbilgin and Donald R. Owen (2012)
The push-pull tactic for mitigation of mountain pine beetle (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) damage in lodgepole and whitebark pines

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2012) 14, 367-375
Nancy E. Gillette, E. Matthew Hansen, Constance J. Mehmel, Sylvia R. Mori, Jeffrey N. Webster, Nadir Erbilgin and David L. Wood (2012)
Area-wide application of verbenone-releasing flakes reduces mortality of whitebark pine Pinus albicaulis caused by the mountain pine beetle Dendroctonus ponderosae

Environmental Entomology (2012) 41, 478-486
Devin W. Goodsman, Nadir Erbilgin and Victor J. Lieffers (2012)
The impact of phloem nutrients on overwintering mountain pine beetles and their fungal symbionts

Biological Invasions (2011) 13, 1151-1164
Bjørn Økland, Nadir Erbilgin, Olav Skarpaas, Erik Christiansen and Bo Långström (2011)
Inter-species interactions and ecosystem effects of non-indigenous invasive and native tree-killing bark beetles

Ecological Entomology (2011) 36, 425-434
Lindsay J. Colgan and Nadir Erbilgin (2011)
Tree-mediated interactions between the jack pine budworm and a mountain pine beetle fungal associate

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2011) 37, 1013-1026
Inka Lusebrink, Maya L. Evenden, F. Guillaume Blanchet, Janice E.K. Cooke and Nadir Erbilgin (2011)
Effect of water stress and fungal inoculation on monoterpene emission from an historical and a new pine host of the mountain pine beetle

Oecologia (2011) 167, 691-699
Tao Zhao, Anna-Karin Borg-Karlson, Nadir Erbilgin and Paal Krokene (2011)
Host resistance elicited by methyl jasmonate reduces emission of aggregation pheromones by the spruce bark beetle, Ips typographus

Entomological Research (2010) 40, 316-327
Asad Masood, Shafqat Saeed, Nadir Erbilgin and Yong Jung Kwon (2010)
Role of stressed mango host conditions in attraction of and colonization by the mango bark beetle Hypocryphalus mangiferae Stebbing (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Scolytinae) and in the symptom development of quick decline of mango trees in Pakistan

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2009) 11, 255-263
Nadir Erbilgin, Thomas R. Gordon, David L. Wood and Andrew J. Storer (2009)
Bark beetle-mediated fungal infections of susceptible trees induce resistance to subsequent infections in a dose dependent manner

Plant Pathology (2008) 57, 1103-1108
N. Erbilgin, G. Ritokova, T.R. Gordon, D.L. Wood and A.J. Storer (2008)
Temporal variation in contamination of pine engraver beetles with Fusarium circinatum in native Monterey pine forests in California

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2008) 10, 433-441
Nadir Erbilgin, Nancy E. Gillette, Donald R. Owen, Sylvia R. Mori, Andrew S. Nelson, Fabian Uzoh and David L. Wood (2008)
Acetophenone superior to verbenone for reducing attraction of western pine beetle Dendroctonus brevicomis to its aggregation pheromone

Chemoecology (2008) 18, 243-254
Qing-He Zhang, Nadir Erbilgin and Steven J. Seybold (2008)
GC-EAD responses to semiochemicals by eight beetles in the subcortical community associated with Monterey pine trees in coastal California: similarities and disparities across three trophic levels

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2008) 10, 315-321
Brice A. McPherson, Nadir Erbilgin, David L. Wood, Pavel Svihra, Andrew J. Storer and Richard B. Standiford (2008)
Attraction of ambrosia and bark beetles to coast live oaks infected by Phytophthora ramorum

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2007) 33, 131-146
N. Erbilgin, S.R. Mori, J.H. Sun, J.D. Stein, D.R. Owen, L.D. Merrill, R. Campos Bolaños, K.F. Raffa, T. Méndez Montiel, D.L. Wood and N.E. Gillette (2007)
Response to host volatiles by native and introduced populations of Dendroctonus valens (Coleoptera: Curculionidae, Scolytinae) in North America and China

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2007) 33, 817-823
N. Erbilgin, N.E. Gillette, S.R. Mori, J.D. Stein, D.R. Owen and D.L. Wood (2007)
Acetophenone as an anti-attractant for the western pine beetle, Dendroctonus brevicomis LeConte (Coleoptera: Scolytidae)

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2007) 9, 135-140
Nadir Erbilgin, Paal Krokene, Torstein Kvamme and Erik Christiansen (2007)
A host monoterpene influences Ips typographus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae, Scolytinae) responses to its aggregation pheromone

Oecologia (2006) 148, 426-436
Nadir Erbilgin, Paal Krokene, Erik Christiansen, Gazmend Zeneli and Jonathan Gershenzon (2006)
Exogenous application of methyl jasmonate elicits defenses in Norway spruce (Picea abies) and reduces host colonization by the bark beetle Ips typographus

Oecologia (2005) 146, 365-372
Bjørn Økland, Andrew M. Liebhold, Ottar N. Bjørnstad, Nadir Erbilgin and Paal Krokene (2005)
Are bark beetle outbreaks less synchronous than forest Lepidoptera outbreaks?

The Canadian Entomologist (2005) 137, 337-349
N. Erbilgin, A.J. Storer, D.L. Wood and T.R. Gordon (2005)
Colonization of cut branches of five coniferous hosts of the pitch canker fungus by Pityophthorus spp. (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) in central, coastal California

Environmental Entomology (2004) 33, 1554-1561
D.L. Dahlsten, D.L. Six, D.L. Rowney, A.B. Lawson, N. Erbilgin and K.F. Raffa (2004)
Attraction of Ips pini (Coleoptera: Scolytinae) and Its predators to natural attractants and synthetic semiochemicals in northern California: Implications for population monitoring

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2003) 5, 269-274
Nadir Erbilgin, Jaimie S. Powell and Kenneth F. Raffa (2003)
Effect of varying monoterpene concentrations on the response of Ips pini (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) to its aggregation pheromone: implications for pest management and ecology of bark beetles

Environmental Entomology (2003) 32, 1115-1122
D.L. Dahlsten, D.L. Six, N. Erbilgin, K.F. Raffa, A.B. Lawson and D.L. Rowney (2003)
Attraction of Ips pini (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) and its predators to various enantiomeric ratios of ipsdienol and lanierone in California: Implications for the augmentation and conservation of natural enemies

Environmental Entomology (2002) 31, 1043-1051
Nadir Erbilgin, Erik V. Nordheim, Brian H. Aukema and Kenneth F. Raffa (2002)
Population dynamics of Ips pini and Ips grandicollis in red pine plantations in Wisconsin: Within- and between-year associations with predators, competitors, and habitat quality

Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata (2001) 99, 205-210
Nadir Erbilgin and Kenneth F. Raffa (2001)
Kairomonal range of generalist predators in specialized habitats: responses to multiple phloeophagous species emitting pheromones vs. host odors

Journal of Economic Entomology (2001) 94, 1113-1121
Nadir Erbilgin, Alex Szele, Kier Dean Klepzig and Kenneth Francis Raffa (2001)
Trap type, chirality of alpha-pinene, and geographic region affect sampling efficiency of root and lower stem insects in pine

Oecologia (2001) 127, 444-453
Nadir Erbilgin and Kenneth F. Raffa (2001)
Modulation of predator attraction to pheromones of two prey species by stereochemistry of plant volatiles

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2000) 26, 823-840
Nadir Erbilgin and Kenneth F. Raffa (2000)
Effects of host tree species on attractiveness of tunneling pine engravers, Ips pini, to conspecifics and insect predators

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2000) 26, 2527-2548
Nadir Erbilgin and Kenneth F. Raffa (2000)
Opposing effects of host monoterpenes on responses by two sympatric species of bark beetles to their aggregation pheromones