Scott N. Johnson

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See Scott N. Johnson in the ISPI database of scientists.


Publications of Scott N. Johnson

Ecological Entomology (2018) 43, 547-550
Scott N. Johnson, Gaëtan Glauser, Ivan Hiltpold, Ben D. Moore and James M.W. Ryalls (2018)
Root herbivore performance suppressed when feeding on a jasmonate-induced pasture grass

Journal of Applied Ecology (2017) 54, 1310-1319
Adam Frew, Peter G. Allsopp, Andrew N. Gherlenda and Scott N. Johnson (2017)
Increased root herbivory under elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations is reversed by silicon-based plant defences

New Phytologist (2016) 210, 413-418
Scott N. Johnson, Matthias Erb and Susan E. Hartley (2016)
Roots under attack: contrasting plant responses to below- and aboveground insect herbivory

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2016) 42, 768-771
Adam Frew, Jeff R. Powell, Nader Sallam, Peter G. Allsopp and Scott N. Johnson (2016)
Trade-offs between silicon and phenolic defenses may explain enhanced performance of root herbivores on phenolic-rich plants

Annals of Applied Biology (2016) 168, 159-172
A.J. Karley, C. Mitchell, C. Brookes, J. McNicol, T. O'Neill, H. Roberts, J. Graham and S.N. Johnson (2016)
Exploiting physical defence traits for crop protection: leaf trichomes of Rubus idaeus have deterrent effects on spider mites but not aphids

Annals of Applied Biology (2014) 165, 62-72
S.N. Johnson, J.M.W. Ryalls and A.J. Karley (2014)
Global climate change and crop resistance to aphids: contrasting responses of lucerne genotypes to elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2014) 16, 350-358
William T. Hentley, Rosemary S. Hails, Scott N. Johnson, T. Hefin Jones and Adam J. Vanbergen (2014)
Top-down control by Harmonia axyridis mitigates the impact of elevated atmospheric CO2 on a plant–aphid interaction

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2013) 15, 335-350
James M.W. Ryalls, Markus Riegler, Ben D. Moore and Scott N. Johnson (2013)
Biology and trophic interactions of lucerne aphids

PLoS ONE (2013) 8 (6 - e66053)
Alison E. Bennett, Anna M. Macrae, Ben D. Moore, Sandra Caul and Scott N. Johnson (2013)
Early root herbivory impairs arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal colonization and shifts defence allocation in establishing Plantago lanceolata

Journal of Applied Entomology (2013) 137, 136-145
T.J. Aslam, S.N. Johnson and A.J. Karley (2013)
Plant-mediated effects of drought on aphid population structure and parasitoid attack

Bulletin of Entomological Research (2012) 102, 63-70
K.E. Clark, S.E. Hartley, R.M. Brennan, K. MacKenzie and S.N. Johnson (2012)
Investigating preference-performance relationships in aboveground-belowground life cycles: a laboratory and field study with the vine weevil (Otiorhynchus sulcatus)

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2012) 14, 157-163
Katherine E. Clark, Susan E. Hartley, Rex M. Brennan, Katrin MacKenzie and Scott N. Johnson (2012)
Oviposition and feeding behaviour by the vine weevil Otiorhynchus sulcatus on red raspberry: effects of cultivars and plant nutritional status

Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata (2012) 144, 56-68
Lindsay S. McMenemy, Sue E. Hartley, Stuart A. MacFarlane, Alison J. Karley, Tom Shepherd and Scott N. Johnson (2012)
Raspberry viruses manipulate the behaviour of their insect vectors

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2012) 14, 217-224
Scott N. Johnson, Mark W. Young and Alison J. Karley (2012)
Protected raspberry production alters aphid-plant interactions but not aphid population size

Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata (2011) 138, 137-145
David R. Coyle, Katherine E. Clark, Kenneth F. Raffa and Scott N. Johnson (2011)
Prior host feeding experience influences ovipositional but not feeding preference in a polyphagous insect herbivore

Journal of Applied Entomology (2011) 135, 237-240
P. Martin and S.N. Johnson (2011)
Evidence that elevated CO2 reduces resistance to the European large raspberry aphid in some raspberry cultivars

Oecologia (2010) 162, 209-216
Scott N. Johnson and James W. McNicol (2010)
Elevated CO2 and aboveground-belowground herbivory by the clover root weevil

BioControl (2010) 55, 321-327
Carolyn Mitchell, Scott N. Johnson, Stuart C. Gordon, A. Nicholas E. Birch and Stephen F. Hubbard (2010)
Combining plant resistance and a natural enemy to control Amphorophora idaei

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2010) 12, 277-283
Scott N. Johnson, Sébastien Petitjean, Katherine E. Clark and Carolyn Mitchell (2010)
Protected raspberry production accelerates onset of oviposition by vine weevils (Otiorhynchus sulcatus)

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2009) 11, 61-71
Lindsay S. McMenemy, Carolyn Mitchell and Scott N. Johnson (2009)
Biology of the European large raspberry aphid (Amphorophora idaei): its role in virus transmission and resistance breakdown in red raspberry

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2008) 10, 167-174
Scott N. Johnson, Eric A. Anderson, Gregory Dawson and D. Wynne Griffiths (2008)
Varietal susceptibility of potatoes to wireworm herbivory

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2007) 9, 39-46
Scott N. Johnson, John W. Crawford, Peter J. Gregory, Dmitry V. Grinev, Richard W. Mankin, Gregory J. Masters, Philip J. Murray, Diana H. Wall and Xiaoxian Zhang (2007)
Non-invasive techniques for investigating and modelling root-feeding insects in managed and natural systems

Bulletin of Entomological Research (2006) 96, 361-366
S.N. Johnson, X.X. Zhang, J.W. Crawford, P.J. Gregory, N.J. Hix, S.C. Jarvis, P.J. Murray and I.M. Young (2006)
Effects of carbon dioxide on the searching behaviour of the root-feeding clover weevil Sitona lepidus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae)

Ecological Entomology (2006) 31, 395-401
Scott N. Johnson, A. Nicholas E. Birch, Peter J. Gregory and Philip J. Murray (2006)
The 'mother knows best' principle: should soil insects be included in the preference-performance debate?

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2005) 31, 2223-2229
Scott N. Johnson, Peter J. Gregory, Jennifer R. Greenham, Xiao-Xian Zhang and Philip J. Murray (2005)
Attractive properties of an isoflavonoid found in white clover root nodules on the clover root weevil

Bulletin of Entomological Research (2004) 94, 433-439
S.N. Johnson, P.J. Gregory, P.J. Murray, X. Zhang and I.M. Young (2004)
Host plant recognition by the root feeding clover weevil, Sitona lepidus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae)

Ecological Entomology (2004) 29, 117-122
Scott N. Johnson, Derek B. Read and Peter J. Gregory (2004)
Tracking larval insect movement within soil using high resolution X-ray microtomography

Ecological Entomology (2003) 28, 533-541
Scott N. Johnson, David A. Elston and Susan E. Hartley (2003)
Influence of host plant heterogeneity on the distribution of a birch aphid

Oecologia (2003) 134, 388-396
Scott N. Johnson, Angela E. Douglas, Stephen Woodward and Susan E. Hartley (2003)
Microbial impacts on plant-herbivore interactions: the indirect effects of a birch pathogen on a birch aphid