Michael J. Wilson

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Publications of Michael J. Wilson (21 listed):

Pest Management Science (2020) 76, 4150-4158
Sarah Mansfield, Michael J. Wilson, Philippa J. Gerard, Derrick J. Wilson, Jayanthi Swaminathan, David A. Wright, Chikako van Koten and Mark R.H. Hurst (2020)
Potential for a biopesticide bait to control black beetle, Heteronychus arator (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae)

Journal of Applied Microbiology (2016) 120, 425-431
J. Swaminathan, C. van Koten, H.V. Henderson, T.A. Jackson and M.J. Wilson (2016)
Formulations for delivering Trichoderma atroviridae spores as seed coatings, effects of temperature and relative humidity on storage stability

Nematology (2016) 18, 925-931
Michael J. Wilson, Derrick J. Wilson, Lee T. Aalders and Maria Tourna (2016)
Testing a new low-labour method for detecting the presence of Phasmarhabditis spp. in slugs in New Zealand

BioControl (2013) 58, 715-722
Michael J. Wilson and Trevor A. Jackson (2013)
Progress in the commercialisation of bionematicides

Nematology (2012) 14, 389-394
Michael J. Wilson, Ralf-Udo Ehlers and Itamar Glazer (2012)
Entomopathogenic nematode foraging strategies - is Steinernema carpocapsae really an ambush forager?

Journal of Parasitology (2009) 95, 517-526
Robbie G. Rae, Jamie F. Robertson and Michael J. Wilson (2009)
Chemoattraction and host preference of the gastropod parasitic nematode Phasmarhabditis hermaphrodita

Nematology (2009) 11, 419-427
Laura M. Kruitbos, Stuart Heritage and Michael J. Wilson (2009)
Phoretic dispersal of entomopathogenic nematodes by Hylobius abietis

International Journal of Pest Management (2008) 54, 355-361
Johnson O. Nyasani, John W. Kimenju, Florence M. Olubayo and Michael J. Wilson (2008)
Laboratory and field investigations using indigenous entomopathogenic nematodes for biological control of Plutella xylostella in Kenya

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2007) 9, 181-188
Peter Torr, Stuart Heritage and Michael J. Wilson (2007)
Steinernema kraussei, an indigenous nematode found in coniferous forests: efficacy and field persistence against Hylobius abietis

Pest Management Science (2007) 63, 1153-1164
Robbie Rae, Cyrille Verdun, Parwinder S. Grewal, Jamie F. Robertson and Michael J. Wilson (2007)
Biological control of terrestrial molluscs using Phasmarhabditis hermaphrodita - progress and prospects

Nematology (2006) 8, 197-200
Robbie G. Rae, Jamie F. Robertson and Michael J. Wilson (2006)
The chemotactic response of Phasmarhabditis hermaphrodita (Nematoda: Rhabditida) to cues of Deroceras reticulatum (Mollusca: Gastropoda)

Biocontrol Science and Technology (2005) 15, 623-626
Robbie G. Rae, Jamie Robertson and Michael J. Wilson (2005)
Susceptibility of indigenous UK earthworms and an invasive pest flatworm to the slug parasitic nematode Phasmarhabditis hermaphrodita

Journal of Applied Entomology (2004) 128, 250-253
M. Wilson and R. Gaugler (2004)
Factors limiting short-term persistence of entomopathogenic nematodes

European Journal of Plant Pathology (2003) 109, 993-1002
Mariska C.A. van Loenen, Yzanne Turbett, Chris E. Mullins, Nigel E.H. Feilden, Michael J. Wilson, Carlo Leifert and Wendy E. Seel (2003)
Low temperature-short duration steaming of soil kills soil-borne pathogens, nematode pests and weeds

Pest Management Science (2002) 58, 687-694
Louise C. Simms, Christopher E. Mullins and Michael J. Wilson (2002)
Seed dressings to control slug damage in oilseed rape

Pest Management Science (2000) 56, 711-716
Michael J. Wilson, Louise A. Hughes, G. Maria Hamacher and David M. Glen (2000)
Effects of Phasmarhabditis hermaphrodita on non-target molluscs

Journal of Economic Entomology (1999) 92, 651-657
Michael J. Wilson, Peter Nitzsche and Peter W. Shearer (1999)
Entomopathogenic nematodes to control black vine weevil (Coleoptera : Curculionidae) on strawberry

Nematology (1999) 1, 173-182
D.J. Hooper, M.J. Wilson, J.A. Rowe and D.M. Glen (1999)
Some observations on the morphology and protein profiles of the slug-parasitic nematodes Phasmarhabditis hermaphrodita and P. neopapillosa (Nematoda : Rhabditidae)

Biocontrol Science and Technology (1998) 8, 181-184
M.J. Wilson, C. Coyne and D.M. Glen (1998)
Low temperatures suppress growth of the ciliate parasite, Tetrahymena rostrata, and pathogenicity to field slugs, Deroceras reticulatum

Annals of Applied Biology (1996) 128, 117-126
M.J. Wilson, L.A. Hughes, G.M. Hamacher, L.D. Barahona and D.M. Glen (1996)
Effects of soil incorporation on the efficacy of the rhabditid nematode, Phasmarhabditis hermaphrodita, as a biological control agent for slugs

Biocontrol Science and Technology (1995) 5, 233-242
M.J. Wilson (1995)
Biocontrol of slugs in protected lettuce using the rhabditid nematode Phasmarhabditis hermaphrodita