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With 167223 research publications and other information on pests, diseases and weeds
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Entomology
Aedes aegypti CDC-Gathany.jpgProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2019) 116, 3656-3661
Anna Buchman, Stephanie Gamez, Ming Li, Igor Antoshechkin, Hsing-Han Li, Hsin-Wei Wang, Chun-Hong Chen, Melissa J. Klein, Jean-Bernard Duchemin, Prasad N. Paradkar and Omar S. Akbari (2019)
Engineered resistance to Zika virus in transgenic Aedes aegypti expressing a polycistronic cluster of synthetic small RNAs
Trogoderma granarium IPM0660007.jpgAnnual Review of Entomology (2019) 64, 131-148
Christos G. Athanassiou, Thomas W. Phillips and Waqas Wakil (2019)
Biology and control of the khapra beetle, Trogoderma granarium, a major quarantine threat to global food security
Tuta absoluta IPM5432149.jpgPest Management Science (2019) 75, 736-743
Leandro Bacci, Ézio M. Silva, Gerson A. Silva, Laércio J. Silva, Jander F. Rosado, Richard I. Samuels and Marcelo C. Picanço (2019)
Natural mortality factors of tomato leafminer Tuta absoluta in open-field tomato crops in South America
Asian Citrus Psyllid adult.jpgThe Canadian Entomologist (2019) 151, 115-129
David R. Horton, Eugene R. Miliczky, Tamera M. Lewis, Carrie H. Wohleb, Timothy D. Waters, Anthony A. Dickens, Susan E. Halbert, Chandrika Ramadugu and Andrew S. Jensen (2019)
Building a better Psylloidea (Hemiptera) trap? A field-look at a prototype trap constructed using three-dimensional printer technology
S. gregaria dense hopper band.jpgPLoS ONE (2019) 14 (2 - e0212044)
Katja Ried, Thomas Müller and Hans J. Briegel (2019)
Modelling collective motion based on the principle of agency: General framework and the case of marching locusts
Biological Control
Aleurodicus dispersus IPM2131041.jpgBioControl (2019) 64, 1-7
Matthew J.W. Cock (2019)
Unravelling the status of partially identified insect biological control agents introduced to control insects: an analysis of BIOCAT2010
Plant pathology
Apple tree with fire blight.jpgMolecular Plant-Microbe Interactions (2019) 32, 167-175
Manuela Campa, Stefano Piazza, Laura Righetti, Chang-Sik Oh, Lorenza Conterno, Ewa Borejsza-Wysocka, Kanchiswamy Chidananda Nagamangala, Steven Vincent Beer, Herbert Sanders Aldwinckle and Mickael Malnoy (2019)
HIPM is a susceptibility gene of Malus spp.: Reduced expression reduces susceptibility to Erwinia amylovora
IPMimage0162044.jpgPhytopathology (2019) 109, 248-256
Clelia Baccari, Elena Antonova and Steven Lindow (2019)
Biological control of Pierce's disease of grape by an endophytic bacterium
IPMimage5428815.jpgPlant Disease (2019) 103, 192-199
Yuan Zeng, Ana Cristina Fulladolsa, Andrew Houser and Amy O. Charkowski (2019)
Colorado seed potato certification data analysis shows mosaic and blackleg are major diseases of seed potato and identifies tolerant potato varieties
Weed science
Cynoglossum officinale 002.JPGArthropod-Plant Interactions (2019) 13, 139-149
Ikju Park, Mark Schwarzländer, Hariet L. Hinz, Urs Schaffner and Sanford D. Eigenbrode (2019)
A simple approach to evaluate behavioral responses of insect herbivores to olfactory and visual cues simultaneously: the double stacked y-tube device and portable volatile collection system

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