2014 Papers

Here is where you can find papers published by Dr. Jonathan Lundgren during the year 2014.

 

Protien marking-based assessment of in-field predator dispersal

Choate, B. A. and J. G. Lundgren. 2014. Protein marking-based assessment of in-field predator dispersal. Biocontrol Science and Technology 24 (10): 1183-1187.

Complementarity of statistical treatments to reconstruct worldwide routes of invasion: the case of the Asian Ladybird Harmonia Axyridis

Lombaert, E., T. Guillemaud, J. G. Lundgren, R. Koch, B. Facon, A. Grez, A. Loomans, T. Malausa, O. Nedved, E. Rhule, A. Staverlokk, T. Steenberg, and A. Estoup. 2014. Complementarity of statistical treatments to reconstruct worldwide routes of invasion: The case of the Asian ladybird Harmonia axyridis. Molecular Ecology 23(24): 5979-5997.

Predator community structure and trophic linkage strength to a focal prey

Lundgren, J. G. and J. K. Fergen. 2014. Predator community structure and trophic linkage strength to a focal prey. Molecular Ecology 23: 3790-3798.

Molecular determination of the predator community of cassava whitefly in colombia: Pest-specific primer development and Field Validation

Lundgren, J. G., L. A. Becerra Lopéz-Lavalle, S. Parsa, and K. A. G. Wyckhuys. 2014. Molecular determination of the predator community of cassava whitefly in Colombia: Pest-specific primer development and field validation. Journal of Pest Science 87: 125-131.

Spider mite infestations reduce bt toxin concentration in corn leaves and predators avoid spider mites fed bt corn

Prager, S, X. Martini, H. Guvvala, J. Lundgren, and C. Nansen. 2014. Spider mite infestations reduce Bt toxin concentration in corn leaves and predators avoid spider mites fed Bt corn. Annals of Applied Biology 165: 108-116.

Sex specific effects of microbial symbioses on cricket diet selection

Schmid, R. R. M. Lehman, and J. G. Lundgren. 2014. Sex specific effects of microbial symbioses on cricket diet selection. Environmental Entomology 43 (4): 896-902.

An indigenous gut bacterium, enterococcus faecalis(lactobacillales: enterococcaceae), increases seed consumption by Harpalus pensylvanicus (coleoptera: carabidae).

Schmid, R., R. M. Lehman, V. Brozel, and J. G. Lundgren. 2014. An indigenous gut bacterium, Enterococcus faecalis (Lactobacillales: Enterococcaceae), increases seed consumption by Harpalus pensylvanicus (Coleoptera: Carabidae). Florida Entomologist 97(2): 575-584.

The role of experience in predator response to an anti-predator prey defence

Welch, K. D. and J. G. Lundgren. 2014. The role of experience in predator response to an anti-predator prey defence. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 153: 76-83.