Yoram Rössler

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The following data have been transferred from the database of scientists of the International Society for Pest Information (ISPI):

Yoram Rössler
last recorded affiliation:
The Israel Cohen Institute for Biological Control
Plant Production and Marketing Board - Citrus Division
P.O.Box 54
50250 Bet-Dagan
Israel

remarks:
research on parasitoid rearing, sterile insect techniques


Publications of Yoram Rössler

Journal of Economic Entomology (2004) 97, 1540-1546
Y. Gazit, Y. Rossler, S. Wang, J. Tang and S. Lurie (2004)
Thermal death kinetics of egg and third instar Mediterranean fruit fly (Diptera: Tephritidae)

BioControl (2003) 48, 637-657
Yael Argov, Yoram Rössler, David Rosen and Hillary Voet (2003)
Stability in the host-parasitoid relationship of Dialeurodes citri and Encarsia lahorensis in the citrus orchard

Phytoparasitica (2003) 31 (3) - Controlling the Mediterranean ...
Y. Gazit, S. Lurie and Y. Rössler (2003)
Controlling the Mediterranean fruit fly and preserving citrus fruit quality by postharvest heat treatments
Abstracts 20th Conference of the Entomological Society of Israel, Feb. 11-12, 2003

Florida Entomologist (2002) 85, 73-82
O. Hasson and Y. Rossler (2002)
Character-specific homeostasis dominates fluctuating asymmetries in the medfly (Diptera: Tephritidae)

Phytoparasitica (2001) 29, 7-14
Phillip W. Taylor, Allon Bear, Yoav Gazit and Yoram Rössler (2001)
Sexual competitiveness of Vienna 4/Tol-94 'Genetic Sexing' sterile Mediterranean fruit fly males in Israel

Biocontrol Science and Technology (2000) 10, 157-164
Y. Gazit, Y. Rossler and I. Glazer (2000)
Evaluation of entomopathogenic nematodes for the control of Mediterranean fruit fly (Diptera : Tephritidae)

BioControl (2000) 45, 1-10
Yael Argov, Yoram Rössler, Hillary Voet and David Rosen (2000)
Introducing Encarsia lahorensis against Dialeurodes citri in Israel: a case of successful biological control

Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata (1999) 93, 21-27
Yael Argov, Yoram Rössler, Hillary Voet and David Rosen (1999)
The biology and phenology of the citrus whitefly, Dialeurodes citri, on citrus in the Coastal Plain of Israel

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (1999) 1, 305-318
Yael Argov, Yoram Rössler, Hillary Voet and David Rosen (1999)
Spatial dispersion and sampling of citrus whitefly, Dialeurodes citri, for control decisions in a citrus orchard

Journal of Economic Entomology (1998) 91, 1355-1359
Yoav Gazit, Yoram Rössler, Nancy D. Epsky and Robert R. Heath (1998)
Trapping females of the mediterranean fruit fly (Diptera : Tephritidae) in Israel: Comparison of lures and trap type

Phytoparasitica (1998) 26 (4) - The Arava medfly eradication ...
Y. Rössler (1998)
The Arava medfly eradication project (AMEP), a pilot for the EASTMED project
Interdisciplinary and Areawide Integrated Pest Management, lectures held May 28, 1998, Bet Dagan, Israel

Phytoparasitica (1997) 25, 154-155
Yael Argov and Y. Rössler (1997)
Importation, release and establishment of exotic natural enemies of the citrus leafminer, Phyllocnistis citrella, in Israel
10th Conference of the Entomological Society of Israel, February 11, 1997, Bet Dagan, Israel, lecture

Phytoparasitica (1997) 25, p. 165 (Gazit et al.)
Y. Gazit and Y. Rössler (1997)
Trapping the Mediterranean fruit fly (Ceratitis capitata)
10th Conference of the Entomological Society of Israel, February 11, 1997, Bet Dagan, Israel, lecture

Phytoparasitica (1997) 25, 157-158
I. Glazer, Y. Rössler and Y. Gazit (1997)
Biological control of the Mediterranean fruit fly (Ceratitis capitata) using entomopathogenic nematodes
10th Conference of the Entomological Society of Israel, February 11, 1997, Bet Dagan, Israel, lecture

Phytoparasitica (1996) 24, p. 128 (Roessler)
Yoram Rössler (1996)
The Mediterranean fruit fly in Israel: Status, control, conflicts and prospects
The 8th Conference of the Entomological Society of Israel, January 18, 1996 (Bet Dagan, Israel)

Phytoparasitica (1996) 24, 33-38
Y. Argov and Y. Rössler (1996)
Introduction, release and recovery of several exotic natural enemies for biological control of the citrus leafminer, Phyllocnistis citrella, in Israel