2015 Papers

This is where you can find papers published by Dr. Jonathan during the year 2015.

 

The effect of a thiamethoxam seed treatment on pests and yield in cultivated Sunflowers

Bredeson, M. M. and J. G. Lundgren. 2015. The effect of a thiamethoxam seed treatment on pests and yield in cultivated sunflowers. Journal of Economic Entomology 108(6): 2665-2671.

The effects of insecticide dose and herbivore density on tri-trophic effects of thiamethoxam in a system involving wheat, aphids, and lady beetles

Bredeson, M.M, R. N. Reese, J. G. Lundgren. 2015. The effects of insecticide dose and herbivore density on tri-trophic effects of thiamethoxam in a system involving wheat, aphids, and lady beetles. Crop Protection 69: 70-76.

foliar and soil arthropod communities of sunflower (Helianthus annuus) fields of central and eastern south dakota

Bredeson, M. M. and J. G. Lundgren. 2015. Foliar and soil arthropod communities of sunflower (Helianthus annuus) fields of central and eastern South Dakota. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 88(3): 305-315.

Invertebrate communities in spring wheat and the identification of cereal aphid predators through molecular gut content analysis

Choate, B.A. J. G. Lundgren. 2015. Invertebrate communities in spring wheat and the identification of cereal aphid predators through molecular gut content analysis. Crop Protection 77: 110-118.

analyzing predation of hoverflies(Diptera: syrphidae) in Mediterranean lettuce crops using molecular techniques

Gómez-Polo, P., O. Alomar, C. Castañé, J. G. Lundgren, J. Piñol, N. Agustí. 2015. Analyzing predation of hoverflies (Diptera: Syrphidae) in Mediterranean lettuce crops using molecular techniques. Pest   Management Science 71: 1219-1227.

The influence of aphids (myzus persicae) and pink lady beetles (coleomegilla maculata) on oviposition preferences by imported cabbageworm (pieris rapae)

Layman, M. L. and J. G. Lundgren. 2015. The influence of aphids (Myzus persicae) and pink lady beetles (Coleomegilla maculata) on oviposition preferences by imported cabbageworm (Pieris rapae). Arthropod-Plant Interactions 9: 507-514.

mutualistic and antagonistic trophic interactions in canola: the role of aphids in shaping pest and predator populations

Layman, M. L. and J. G. Lundgren. 2015. Mutualistic and antagonistic trophic interactions in canola: the role of aphids in shaping pest and predator populations. Biological Control 91: 62-70.

Soil biology resilient healthy soil

Lehman, R. M., V. Acosta-Martinez, J.S. Buyer, C. A. Cambardella, H. P. Collins, T. F. Ducey, J. J. Halvorson, V. J. Jin, J. M. F. Johnson, R. J. Kremer, J. G. Lundgren, D. K. Manter, J. E. Maul, J. L. Smith, D. E. Stott. 2015. Soil biology for resilient healthy soil. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 70 (1): 12A-18A.

understanding and enhancing soil health: the solution for reversing soil degradation

Lehman, R. M., C. A. Cambardella, D. E. Stott, V. Acosta-Martinez, D. K. Manter, J. S. Buyer, J. E. Maul, J. L. Smith, H. P. Collins, J. J. Halvorson, R. J. Kremer, J. G. Lundgren, T. F. Ducey, V. L. Jin, D. L. Karlen. 2015. Understanding and enhancing soil health: the solution for reversing soil degradation. Sustainability 7: 988-1027.

Trading biodiversity for pest problems

Lundgren, J. G. and S. W. Fausti. 2015. Trading biodiversity for pest problems. Science Advances 1: e1500558.

Spatial and numerical relationships of arthropod communities associated with key pests of maize

Lundgren, J. G., T. McDonald, T. Rand, S. W. Fausti. 2015. Spatial and numerical relationships of arthropod communities associated with key pests of maize. Journal of Applied Entomology 139: 446-456.

non-target effects of clothiandin on monarch butterflies

Pecenka, J. R., and J. G. Lundgren. 2015. Non-target effects of clothianidin on monarch butterflies. Science of Nature 102 (3/4): 19.

reductions in local biodiversity curtail gut microbial symbiont communities within a beneficial insect

Schmid, R. B., R. M. Lehman, and J. G. Lundgren. 2015. Reductions in local biodiversity curtail gut microbial symbiont communities within a beneficial insect. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 108(6): 993-999.