Agricultural and Forest Entomology
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Online ISSN: 1461-9563
Virtual Issue - Agricultural and Forest Pests - December 2010
This virtual issue is selected to demonstrate the diversity of papers published recently in Agricultural and Forest Entomology. It includes research on major agricultural and forest pests with topics such as genetic diversity, spatial and temporal population dynamics, the response of pests and their natural enemies to plant volatiles, and the implications of competition between predators. The studies in these papers also include invasive pest species and the implications of climate change for the risk of pests. Also included in the selection of papers is research on the effects of agricultural and silvicultural practices on pests and their natural enemies.
Western corn rootworm (Diabrotica virgifera virgifera LeConte) population dynamics
Meinke LJ, Sappington TW, Onstad DW, et al.
Behavioural responses of the seven-spot ladybird Coccinella septempunctata to plant headspace chemicals collected from four crop Brassicas and Arabidopsis thaliana, infested with Myzus persicae
Girling RD, Hassall M
Genetic diversity of the cotton aphid Aphis gossypii in the unstable environment of a cotton growing area
Brevault T, Carletto J, Linderme D, et al.
Spatial and temporal dynamics of Myzus persicae clones in fields and suction traps
Kasprowicz L, Malloch G, Pickup J, et al.
The enemy of my enemy is still my enemy: competitors add to predator load of a tree-killing bark beetle
Boone CK, Six DL, Raffa KF
Ecology and management of exotic and endemic Asian longhorned beetle Anoplophora glabripennis
Hu JF, Angeli S, Schuetz S, et al.
Flight ability and reproductive development in newly-emerged pine weevil Hylobius abietis and the potential effects of climate change
Tan JY, Wainhouse D, Day KR, et al.
Ability of stress-related volatiles to attract and induce attacks by Xylosandrus germanus and other ambrosia beetles
Ranger CM, Reding ME, Persad AB, et al.
The effects of soil tillage on beneficial invertebrates within the vineyard
Sharley DJ, Hoffmann AA, Thomson LJ
Individual growth rates do not predict aphid population densities under altered atmospheric conditions
Mondor EB, Awmack CS, Lindroth RL
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