Ben Raymond

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See Ben Raymond in the ISPI database of scientists.

Publications of Ben Raymond

Insect Science (2019) 26, 479-498
Camilo Ayra-Pardo, Maria E. Ochagavía, Ben Raymond, Asim Gulzar, Lianet Rodríguez-Cabrera, Claudia Rodríguez de la Noval, Ivis Morán Bertot, Ryohei Terauchi, Kentaro Yoshida, Hideo Matsumura, Pilar Téllez Rodríguez, Daily Hernández Hernández, Orlando Borrás-Hidalgo and Denis J. Wright (2019)
HT-SuperSAGE of the gut tissue of a Vip3Aa-resistant Heliothis virescens (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) strain provides insights into the basis of resistance

Evolutionary Applications (2018) 11, 727-738
Liqin Zhou, Nina Alphey, Adam S. Walker, Laura M. Travers, Fevziye Hasan, Neil I. Morrison, Michael B. Bonsall and Ben Raymond (2018)
Combining the high-dose/refuge strategy and self-limiting transgenic insects in resistance management—A test in experimental mesocosms

FEMS Microbiology Ecology (2017) 93 (7 -fix084)
Ben Raymond and Brian A. Federici (2017)
In defence of Bacillus thuringiensis, the safest and most successful microbial insecticide available to humanity—a response to EFSA

Evolutionary Applications (2016) 9, 462-470
David Shapiro-Ilan and Ben Raymond (2016)
Limiting opportunities for cheating stabilizes virulence in insect parasitic nematodes

Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences (2013) 280 (1769 - 20131497)
Ben Raymond, Denis J. Wright, Neil Crickmore and Michael B. Bonsall (2013)
The impact of strain diversity and mixed infections on the evolution of resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis

Ecology Letters (2011) 14, 765-772
Jennie Garbutt, Michael B. Bonsall, Denis J. Wright and Ben Raymond (2011)
Antagonistic competition moderates virulence in Bacillus thuringiensis

Environmental Microbiology (2009) 11, 2556-2563
Ben Raymond, Paul R. Johnston, Denis J. Wright, Richard J. Ellis, Neil Crickmore and Michael B. Bonsall (2009)
A mid-gut microbiota is not required for the pathogenicity of Bacillus thuringiensis to diamondback moth larvae

Journal of Applied Ecology (2007) 44, 768-780
Ben Raymond, Ali H. Sayyed, Rosie S. Hails and Denis J. Wright (2007)
Exploiting pathogens and their impact on fitness costs to manage the evolution of resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis

Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences (2005) 272, 1519-1524
Ben Raymond, Ali H. Sayyed and Denis J. Wright (2005)
Genes and environment interact to determine the fitness costs of resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis

Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2004) 70, 7010-7017
Ali H. Sayyed, Ben Raymond, M. Sales Ibiza-Palacios, Baltasar Escriche and Denis J. Wright (2004)
Genetic and biochemical characterization of field-evolved resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis toxin Cry1Ac in the diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella

Ecological Entomology (2003) 28, 604-612
Adam J. Vanbergen, Ben Raymond, Imogen S.K. Pearce, Allan D. Watt, Rosie S. Hails and Susan E. Hartley (2003)
Host shifting by Operophtera brumata into novel environments leads to population differentiation in life-history traits

Oecologia (2002) 131, 533-541
B. Raymond, A. Vanbergen, I. Pearce, S.E. Hartley, J.S. Cory and R.S. Hails (2002)
Host plant species can influence the fitness of herbivore pathogens: the winter moth and its nucleopolyhedrovirus

Oikos (2002) 98, 219-228
B. Raymond, A. Vanbergen, A. Watt, S.E. Hartley, J.S. Cory and R.S. Hails (2002)
Escape from pupal predation as a potential cause of outbreaks of the winter moth, Operophtera brumata

Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata (2000) 95, 113-117
B. Raymond, A.C. Darby and A.E. Douglas (2000)
The olfactory responses of coccinellids to aphids on plants