2010 Papers

Here you can find the papers published by Dr. Jonathan Lundgren during the year 2010.

 

Extrapolating non-target risk of Bt-crops from laboratory to field

Duan, J. J., J. G. Lundgren, S. E. Naranjo, and M. Marvier. 2010. Extrapolating non-target risk of Bt-crops from laboratory to field. Biology Letters 6: 74-77.

Bacterial contributions to seed digestion in an omnivorous beetle

Lundgren, J. G., and R. M. Lehman. 2010. Bacterial contributions to seed digestion in an omnivorous beetle. PLoS One 5(5): e10831. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0010831.

Changes in digestive rate of a predatory beetle over its larval stage: its implications for dietary breadth

Lundgren, J. G., and D. C. Weber. 2010. Changes in digestive rate of a predatory beetle over its larval stage: its implications for dietary breadth. Journal of Insect Physiology 56: 431-437.

 

The effects of a winter cover crop on diabrotica virgifera(Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) populations and beneficial arthropod communities in no-till maize.

Lundgren, J.G. and J. K. Fergen. 2010. The effects of a winter cover crop on Diabrotica virgifera (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) populations and beneficial arthropod communities in no-till maize. Environmental Entomology 39(6): 1816-1828.

Hemolymph defence of an invasive herbivore: its breadth of effectiveness against predators

Lundgren, J. G., S. Toepfer, T. Haye, and U. Kuhlmann. 2010. Hemolymph defence of an invasive herbivore: its breadth of effectiveness against predators. Journal of Applied Entomology 134: 439-448.

Sterol limitation in a pollen-fed omnivorous lady beetle(Coleoptera: Coccinellidae)

Pilorget, L., J. Buckner, and J. G. Lundgren. 2010. Sterol limitation in a pollen-fed omnivorous lady beetle (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae). Journal of Insect Physiology 56: 81-87.

Oviposition response by Orius insidiosus(Hemiptera: Anthocoridae) to plant quality and prey availability

Seagraves, M.P. and J. G. Lundgren. 2010. Oviposition response by Orius insidiosus (Hemiptera: Anthocoridae) to plant quality and prey availability. Biological Control 55: 174-177.