Yolanda H. Chen

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Publications of Yolanda H. Chen

The Canadian Entomologist (2019) 151, 510-520
Elisabeth A. Hodgdon, Rebecca H. Hallett, Chase A. Stratton and Yolanda H. Chen (2019)
Diel patterns of emergence and reproductive behaviour in the invasive swede midge (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae)

Insect Science (2019) 26, 569-586
Julio S. Bernal, Amanda M. Dávila-Flores, Raul F. Medina, Yolanda H. Chen, Kyle E. Harrison and Kimberly A. Berrier (2019)
Did maize domestication and early spread mediate the population genetics of corn leafhopper?

Journal of Economic Entomology (2018) 111, 868-878
Victor M. Izzo, Yolanda H. Chen, Sean D. Schoville, Cong Wang and David J. Hawthorne (2018)
Origin of pest lineages of the Colorado potato beetle (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae)

Journal of Insect Science (2018) 18 (3 - 24)
Chase A. Stratton, Elisabeth A. Hodgdon, Samuel G. Zuckerman, Anthony M. Shelton and Yolanda H. Chen (2018)
A single Swede midge (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) larva can render cauliflower unmarketable

Pest Management Science (2018) 74, 1953-1963
Kristian Brevik, Sean D. Schoville, David Mota-Sanchez and Yolanda H. Chen (2018)
Pesticide durability and the evolution of resistance: A novel application of survival analysis

Molecular Ecology (2017) 26, 6284-6300
Michael S. Crossley, Yolanda H. Chen, Russell L. Groves and Sean D. Schoville (2017)
Landscape genomics of Colorado potato beetle provides evidence of polygenic adaptation to insecticides

Annual Review of Entomology (2015) 60, 35-58
Yolanda H. Chen, Rieta Gols and Betty Benrey (2015)
Crop domestication and its impact on naturally selected trophic interactions

Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata (2015) 157, 40-59
Yolanda H. Chen, Rieta Gols, Chase A. Stratton, Kristian A. Brevik and Betty Benrey (2015)
Complex tritrophic interactions in response to crop domestication: predictions from the wild

Ecological Entomology (2014) 39, 75-82
Victor M. Izzo, Jordan Armstrong, David Hawthorne and Yolanda Chen (2014)
Time of the season: the effect of host photoperiodism on diapause induction in an insect herbivore, Leptinotarsa decemlineata

Journal of Pest Science (2014) 87, 597-608
Victor M. Izzo, Nathan Mercer, Jordan Armstrong and Yolanda H. Chen (2014)
Variation in host usage among geographic populations of Leptinotarsa decemlineata, the Colorado potato beetle

Current Microbiology (2013) 67, 263-270
Yun Hou, Zheng Ma, Shengzhang Dong, Yolanda H. Chen and Xiaoping Yu (2013)
Analysis of yeast-like symbiote diversity in the brown planthopper (BPH), Nilaparvata lugens Stål, using a novel nested PCR-DGGE protocol

Arthropod-Plant Interactions (2013) 7, 591-605
Jedeliza B. Ferrater, Peter W. de Jong, Marcel Dicke, Yolanda H. Chen and Finbarr G. Horgan (2013)
Symbiont-mediated adaptation by planthoppers and leafhoppers to resistant rice varieties

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2011) 13, 181-189
Yolanda H. Chen and Carmencita C. Bernal (2011)
Arthropod diversity and community composition on wild and cultivated rice

Journal of Economic Entomology (2008) 101, 575-583
Jatinder Singh Sangha, Yolanda H. Chen, Kadirvel Palchamy, Gary C. Jahn, M. Maheswaran, Candida B. Adalla and Hei Leung (2008)
Categories and inheritance of resistance to Nilaparvata lugens (Hemiptera: Delphacidae) in mutants of Indica rice 'IR64'

Journal of Applied Ecology (2007) 44, 238-245
Yolanda H. Chen and Stephen C. Welter (2007)
Crop domestication creates a refuge from parasitism for a native moth

Environmental Entomology (2006) 35, 1094-1102
Yolanda H. Chen and Angelita Romena (2006)
Feeding patterns of Scirpophaga incertulas (Lepidoptera: Crambidae) on wild and cultivated rice during the booting stage

Oecologia (2006) 149, 656-667
Yolanda H. Chen, Susan B. Opp, Stewart H. Berlocher and George K. Roderick (2006)
Are bottlenecks associated with colonization? Genetic diversity and diapause variation of native and introduced Rhagoletis completa populations

Ecological Entomology (2005) 30, 673-683
Yolanda H. Chen and Stephen C. Welter (2005)
Crop domestication disrupts a native tritrophic interaction associated with the sunflower, Helianthus annuus (Asterales: Asteraceae)