Samantha M. Cook

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See Samantha M. Cook in the ISPI database of scientists.


Publications of Samantha M. Cook

Journal of Applied Entomology (2019) 143, 380-386
Arran Greenop, Andreas Cecelja, Ben A. Woodcock, Andrew Wilby, Samantha M. Cook and Richard F. Pywell (2019)
Two common invertebrate predators show varying predation responses to different types of sentinel prey

Arthropod-Plant Interactions (2018) 12, 849-866
Matthew P. Skellern and Samantha M. Cook (2018)
Prospects for improved off-crop habitat management for pollen beetle control in oilseed rape

Arthropod-Plant Interactions (2018) 12, 867-879
Matthew P. Skellern and Samantha M. Cook (2018)
The potential of crop management practices to reduce pollen beetle damage in oilseed rape

Arthropod-Plant Interactions (2018) 12, 835-847
Alice L. Mauchline, Maxime R. Hervé and Samantha M. Cook (2018)
Semiochemical-based alternatives to synthetic toxicant insecticides for pollen beetle management

Pest Management Science (2017) 73, 1076-1082
Alice L. Mauchline, Samantha M. Cook, Wilf Powell, Jason W. Chapman and Juliet L. Osborne (2017)
Migratory flight behaviour of the pollen beetle Meligethes aeneus

Pest Management Science (2016) 72, 609-617
Andrew W. Ferguson, Matthew P. Skellern, Andreas Johnen, Julia-Sophie von Richthofen, Nigel P. Watts, Eileen Bardsley, Darren A. Murray and Samantha M. Cook (2016)
The potential of decision support systems to improve risk assessment for pollen beetle management in winter oilseed rape

Pest Management Science (2015) 71, 459-466
Andrew W. Ferguson, Lucy M. Nevard, Suzanne J. Clark and Samantha M. Cook (2015)
Temperature-activity relationships in Meligethes aeneus: implications for pest management

Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata (2013) 146, 313-320
Alice L. Mauchline, Sam M. Cook, Wilf Powell and Juliet L. Osborne (2013)
Effects of non-host plant odour on Meligethes aeneus during immigration to oilseed rape

Arthropod-Plant Interactions (2013) 7, 249-258
Samantha M. Cook, Matthew P. Skellern, Thomas F. Döring and John A. Pickett (2013)
Red oilseed rape? The potential for manipulation of petal colour in control strategies for the pollen beetle (Meligethes aeneus)

EPPO Bulletin (2008) 38, 110-113
S.M. Cook and I. Denholm (2008)
Ecological approaches to the control of pollen beetles in oilseed rape

Annual Review of Entomology (2007) 52, 375-400
Samantha M. Cook, Zeyaur R. Khan and John A. Pickett (2007)
The use of push-pull strategies in integrated pest management

Arthropod-Plant Interactions (2007) 1, 57-67
S.M. Cook, H.B. Rasmussen, M.A. Birkett, D.A. Murray, B.J. Pye, N.P. Watts and I.H. Williams (2007)
Behavioural and chemical ecology underlying the success of turnip rape ( Brassica rapa ) trap crops in protecting oilseed rape ( Brassica napus ) from the pollen beetle ( Meligethes aeneus )

BioControl (2007) 52, 591-598
Samantha M. Cook, Martin Jönsson, Matthew P. Skellern, Darren A. Murray, Peter Anderson and Wilf Powell (2007)
Responses of Phradis parasitoids to volatiles of lavender, Lavendula angustifolia -a possible repellent for their host, Meligethes aeneus

Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata (2006) 119, 221-229
S.M. Cook, L.E. Smart, J.L. Martin, D.A. Murray, N.P. Watts and I.H. Williams (2006)
Exploitation of host plant preferences in pest management strategies for oilseed rape (Brassica napus)

Ecological Entomology (2004) 29, 164-173
Samantha M. Cook, Darren A. Murray and Ingrid H. Williams (2004)
Do pollen beetles need pollen? The effect of pollen on oviposition, survival, and development of a flower-feeding herbivore

Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata (2002) 104, 43-50
Samantha M. Cook, Elspeth Bartlet, Darren A. Murray and Ingrid H. Williams (2002)
The role of pollen odour in the attraction of pollen beetles to oilseed rape flowers