Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89 (4)

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Articles of Journal of Pest Science entered for 2016 and volume (issue): 89 (4)

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 853-858
Ivan Hiltpold and Bruce E. Hibbard (2016)
Neonate larvae of the specialist herbivore Diabrotica virgifera virgifera do not exploit the defensive volatile (E)-β-caryophyllene in locating maize roots

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 859-883
Peng Han, María Concepción VelascoHernández, Ricardo RamirezRomero and Nicolas Desneux (2016)
Behavioral effects of insect-resistant genetically modified crops on phytophagous and beneficial arthropods: a review

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 885-895
Patrick F. Dowd, Deanna L. FunnellHarris and Scott E. Sattler (2016)
Field damage of sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) with reduced lignin levels by naturally occurring insect pests and pathogens

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 897-908
J.C. Martins, M.C. Picanço, L. Bacci, R.N. C. Guedes, P.A. SantanaJr, D.O. Ferreira and M. Chediak (2016)
Life table determination of thermal requirements of the tomato borer Tuta absoluta

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 909-921
Jernej Polajnar, Anna Eriksson, Meta Virant-Doberlet and Valerio Mazzoni (2016)
Mating disruption of a grapevine pest using mechanical vibrations: from laboratory to the field

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 923-930
John DiazMontano, James F. Campbell, Thomas W. Phillips, Lee W. Cohnstaedt and James E. Throne (2016)
Evaluation of light attraction for the stored-product psocid, Liposcelis bostrychophila

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 931-943
C.G. Athanassiou, A. Chiou, C.I. Rumbos, A. Karagiannis, E.K. Nikolidaki, E.A. Panagopoulou, A. Kouvelas and V.T. Karathanos (2016)
Effects of electric infrared heating with light source penetration on microbial and entomological loads of dried currants and their organoleptic characteristics

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 945-954
H.A. E. Malia, C.A. RosiDenadai, N.M. P. Guedes, G.F. Martins and Raul Narciso C. Guedes (2016)
Diatomaceous earth impairment of water balance in the maize weevil, Sitophilus zeamais

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 955-963
Sabine C. Hansen, Caroline Stolter and Jens Jacob (2016)
Effect of plant secondary metabolites on feeding behavior of microtine and arvicoline rodent species

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 965-976
Scott Hardwick, Colin M. Ferguson, Mark R. McNeill and Craig B. Phillips (2016)
Using mass-emergence devices to introduce an insect biocontrol agent to a new region and assist its dispersal

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 977-984
Ziga Laznik and Stanislav Trdan (2016)
Attraction behaviors of entomopathogenic nematodes (Steinernematidae and Heterorhabditidae) to synthetic volatiles emitted by insect-damaged carrot roots

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 985-992
Kiran R. Gadhave, Paul Finch, Trevor M. Gibson and Alan C. Gange (2016)
Plant growth-promoting Bacillus suppress Brevicoryne brassicae field infestation and trigger density-dependent and density-independent natural enemy responses

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 993-1001
Beritah Mutune, Sunday Ekesi, Saliou Niassy, Viviene Matiru, Christine Bii and Nguya K. Maniania (2016)
Fungal endophytes as promising tools for the management of bean stem maggot Ophiomyia phaseoli on beans Phaseolus vulgaris

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 1003-1011
Sen-Miao Tong and Ming-Guang Feng (2016)
A mixture of putative sodium salts of camptothecin and bamboo tar is a novel botanical insecticide against rice planthoppers and stem borers

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 1013-1021
Yasmin Akhtar and Murray B. Isman (2016)
Efficacy of diatomaceous earth and a DE-aerosol formulation against the common bed bug, Cimex lectularius Linnaeus in the laboratory