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Monitoring and identification of pests
Sitophilus.oryzae.7438.jpgInsects (2021) 12 (3 - 259)
Richard Mankin, David Hagstrum, Min Guo, Panagiotis Eliopoulos and Anastasia Njoroge (2021)
Automated applications of acoustics for stored product insect detection, monitoring, and management
Culex quinquefasciatus E-A-Goeldi 1905.jpgJournal of Medical Entomology (2021) 58, 1210-1218
Pedro M. Pedro, Ivy Luizi Rodrigues de Sá, Martha Virginia Ribeiro Rojas, Jandui Almeida Amorim, Allan Kardec Ribeiro Galardo, Noel Fernandes Santos Neto, Nercy Virginia Rabelo Furtado, Dario Pires de Carvalho, Kaio Augusto Nabas Ribeiro, Marcela de Paiva, Maria Tereza Pepe Razzolini and Maria Anice Mureb Sallum (2021)
Efficient monitoring of adult and immature mosquitoes through metabarcoding of bulk samples: A case study for non-model culicids with unique ecologies
Anopheles maculatus VectorBase.jpgParasites and Vectors (2021) 14 (184) - Evaluation of Mosquito Magnet
Nantha Kumar Jeyaprakasam, Sandthya Pramasivan, Jonathan Wee Kent Liew, Lun Van Low, Wan-Yusoff Wan-Sulaiman, Romano Ngui, Jenarun Jelip and Indra Vythilingam (2021)
Evaluation of Mosquito Magnet and other collection tools for Anopheles mosquito vectors of simian malaria
IPM - biocontrol
IPMimage0162044.jpgJournal of Integrated Pest Management (2021) 12 (1 - pmab008)
David R. Haviland, Beth Stone-Smith and Minerva Gonzalez (2021)
Control of Pierce's disease through areawide management of glassy-winged sharpshooter (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) and roguing of infected grapevines
Fly infected by an Entomophthora muscae fungus - Flickr - gailhampshire.jpgPest Management Science (2021) 77, 2170-2178
Ingvar Sundh and Jørgen Eilenberg (2021)
Why has the authorization of microbial biological control agents been slower in the EU than in comparable jurisdictions?
IPMimage1472066.jpgNew Phytologist (2021) 230, 793-803
Po-An Lin, Yintong Chen, Duverney Chaverra-Rodriguez, Chan Chin Heu, Nursyafiqi Bin Zainuddin, Jagdeep Singh Sidhu, Michelle Peiffer, Ching-Wen Tan, Anjel Helms, Donghun Kim, Jared Ali, Jason L. Rasgon, Jonathan Lynch, Charles T. Anderson and Gary W. Felton (2021)
Silencing the alarm: an insect salivary enzyme closes plant stomata and inhibits volatile release
Silverleaf whitefly.jpgInsects (2021) 12 (3 - 198)
Yinping Li, George N. Mbata, Somashekhar Punnuri, Alvin M. Simmons and David I. Shapiro-Ilan (2021)
Bemisia tabaci on vegetables in the southern United States: Incidence, impact, and management
Spartina anglica IPM5387565.jpgOecologia (2021) 195, 983-994
Claire Harkin and Alan J.A. Stewart (2021)
Differential outcomes of novel plant-herbivore associations between an invading planthopper and native and invasive Spartina cordgrass species
Plant pathology
Septoria-tritici.jpgPlant Pathology (2021) 70, 1123-1137
Sobia Ajaz, Harriet R. Benbow, Thalia Christodoulou, Cristobal Uauy and Fiona M. Doohan (2021)
Evaluation of the susceptibility of modern, wild, ancestral, and mutational wheat lines to Septoria tritici blotch disease
Fusarium brachygibbosum Wei Guo.jpgPlant Disease (2021) 105, p. 1217 (Namsi et al.)
A. Namsi, A. Rabaaoui, M. Masiello, A. Moretti, A. Othmani, S. Gargouri, R. Gdoura and S.P.O. Werbrouck (2021)
First report of leaf wilt caused by Fusarium proliferatum and F. brachygibbosum on date palm (Phoenix dactylifera) in Tunisia

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