Martijn Egas

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Publications of Martijn Egas (18 listed):

Ecology and Evolution (2020) 10, 4375-4390
Bram Knegt, Tomas T. Meijer, Merijn R. Kant, E. Toby Kiers and Martijn Egas (2020)
Tetranychus evansi spider mite populations suppress tomato defenses to varying degrees

Ecology and Evolution (2018) 8, 10384-10394
Alexandra M. Revynthi, Martijn Egas, Arne Janssen and Maurice W. Sabelis (2018)
Prey exploitation and dispersal strategies vary among natural populations of a predatory mite

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2016) 70, 261-274
Yukie Sato, Juan M. Alba, Martijn Egas and Maurice W. Sabelis (2016)
The role of web sharing, species recognition and host-plant defence in interspecific competition between two herbivorous mite species

Ecology and Evolution (2016) 6, 7367-7374
Yukie Sato, Peter T. Rühr, Helmut Schmitz, Martijn Egas and Alexander Blanke (2016)
Age-dependent male mating tactics in a spider mite—A life-history perspective

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2013) 61, 31-41
Yukie Sato, Maurice W. Sabelis, Martijn Egas and Farid Faraji (2013)
Alternative phenotypes of male mating behaviour in the two-spotted spider mite

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2011) 54, 119-124
N.S.H. Tien, G. Massourakis, M.W. Sabelis and M. Egas (2011)
Mate choice promotes inbreeding avoidance in the two-spotted spider mite

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2011) 54, 125-138
B. Sznajder, M.W. Sabelis and M. Egas (2011)
Innate responses of the predatory mite Phytoseiulus persimilis to a herbivore-induced plant volatile

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2011) 53, 349-360
N.S.H. Tien, M.W. Sabelis and M. Egas (2011)
Ambulatory dispersal in Tetranychus urticae: an artificial selection experiment on propensity to disperse yields no response

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2010) 36, 680-688
Beata Sznajder, Maurice W. Sabelis and Martijn Egas (2010)
Response of predatory mites to a herbivore-induced plant volatile: Genetic variation for context-dependent behaviour

Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata (2007) 125, 119-124
Huai-Jun Xue, Martijn Egas and Xing-Ke Yang (2007)
Development of a positive preference-performance relationship in an oligophagous beetle: adaptive learning?

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2006) 32, 1599-1603
Paulien J.A. de Brujin, Martijn Egas, Arne Janssen and Maurice W. Sabelis (2006)
Pheromone-induced priming of a defensive response in western flower thrips

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2005) 35, 73-81
Annemarie Kroon, René L. Veenendaal, Martijn Egas, Jan Bruin and Maurice W. Sabelis (2005)
Diapause incidence in the two-spotted spider mite increases due to predator presence, not due to selective predation

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2004) 34, 307-314
Annemarie Kroon, René L. Veenendaal, Jan Bruin, Martijn Egas and Maurice W. Sabelis (2004)
Predation risk affects diapause induction in the spider mite Tetranychus urticae

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2003) 30, 233-247
Martijn Egas, Derk-Jaap Norde and Maurice W. Sabelis (2003)
Adaptive learning in arthropods: spider mites learn to distinguish food quality

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2003) 29, 13-25
Wojciech Magowski, Martijn Egas, Jan Bruin and Maurice W. Sabelis (2003)
Intraspecific variation in induction of feeding preference and performance in a herbivorous mite

Entomologische Berichten (2002) 62, 66-72
Martijn Egas (2002)
Spintmijten leren foerageren - nieuw licht op de evolutie van waardplantspecialisatie en gastheerrasvorming
[Spider mites learning to feed - new insights in the evolution of host plant speciation and host race formation]

Ecology Letters (2001) 4, 190-195
Martijn Egas and Maurice W. Sabelis (2001)
Adaptive learning of host preference in a herbivorous arthropod

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2001) 25, 717-730
Efstratios A. Chatzivasileiadis, Martijn M. Egas and Maurice W. Sabelis (2001)
Resistance to 2-tridecanone in Tetranychus urticae: effects of induced resistance, cross-resistance and heritability