Lukasz L. Stelinski
Lukasz L. Stelinski
Professor of Entomology and Nematology, University of Florida
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Codling moth management and chemical ecology
P Witzgall, L Stelinski, L Gut, D Thomson
Annu. Rev. Entomol. 53, 503-522, 2008
Biology and management of Asian citrus psyllid, vector of the huanglongbing pathogens
EE Grafton-Cardwell, LL Stelinski, PA Stansly
Annual Review of Entomology 58, 413-432, 2013
Insecticide resistance in field populations of Asian citrus psyllid in Florida
S Tiwari, RS Mann, ME Rogers, LL Stelinski
Pest management science 67 (10), 1258-1268, 2011
Induced release of a plant-defense volatile ‘deceptively’attracts insect vectors to plants infected with a bacterial pathogen
RS Mann, JG Ali, SL Hermann, S Tiwari, KS Pelz-Stelinski, HT Alborn, ...
PLoS pathogens 8 (3), e1002610, 2012
Sequential sympatric speciation across trophic levels
AA Forbes, THQ Powell, LL Stelinski, JJ Smith, JL Feder
Science 323 (5915), 776-779, 2009
Behavioral and electrophysiological responses of the emerald ash borer, Agrilus planipennis, to induced volatiles of Manchurian ash, Fraxinus mandshurica
C Rodriguez-Saona, TM Poland, JR Miller, LL Stelinski, GG Grant, ...
Chemoecology 16 (2), 75-86, 2006
Differentiation of Competitive vs. Non-competitive Mechanisms Mediating Disruption of Moth Sexual Communication by Point Sources of Sex Pheromone (Part 2): Case Studies
JR Miller, LJ Gut, FM de Lame, LL Stelinski
Journal of chemical ecology 32, 2115–2143, 2006
Subterranean herbivore-induced volatiles released by citrus roots upon feeding by Diaprepes abbreviatus recruit entomopathogenic nematodes
JG Ali, HT Alborn, LL Stelinski
Journal of chemical ecology 36 (4), 361-368, 2010
Antifeedant and sublethal effects of imidacloprid on Asian citrus psyllid, Diaphorina citri
DR Boina, EO Onagbola, M Salyani, LL Stelinski
Pest Management Science: formerly Pesticide Science 65 (8), 870-877, 2009
Constitutive and induced subterranean plant volatiles attract both entomopathogenic and plant parasitic nematodes
JG Ali, HT Alborn, LL Stelinski
Journal of Ecology 99 (1), 26-35, 2011
Quantifying Dispersal of Diaphorina citri (Hemiptera: Psyllidae) by Immunomarking and Potential Impact of Unmanaged Groves on Commercial Citrus Management
DR Boina, WL Meyer, EO Onagbola, LL Stelinski
Environmental entomology 38 (4), 1250-1258, 2009
Roles of Olfactory Cues, Visual Cues, and Mating Status in Orientation of Diaphorina citri Kuwayama (Hemiptera: Psyllidae) to Four Different Host Plants
EJ Wenninger, LL Stelinski, DG Hall
Environmental Entomology 38 (1), 225-234, 2009
Behavior modifying chemicals: prospects and constraints in IPM
LJ Gut, LL Stelinski, DR Thomson, JR Miller
Integrated pest management: potential, constraints and challenges, 73-121, 2004
Sulfur volatiles from Allium spp. affect Asian citrus psyllid, Diaphorina citri Kuwayama (Hemiptera: Psyllidae), response to citrus volatiles
RS Mann, RL Rouseff, JM Smoot, WS Castle, LL Stelinski
Bulletin of Entomological Research 101 (1), 89-97, 2011
The ambrosia symbiosis: from evolutionary ecology to practical management
J Hulcr, LL Stelinski
Annual review of entomology 62, 285-303, 2017
Subterranean, herbivore-induced plant volatile increases biological control activity of multiple beneficial nematode species in distinct habitats
JG Ali, HT Alborn, R Campos-Herrera, F Kaplan, LW Duncan, ...
PLoS One 7 (6), e38146, 2012
Behavioral evidence for a female‐produced sex attractant in Diaphorina citri
EJ Wenninger, LL Stelinski, DG Hall
Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 128 (3), 450-459, 2008
The ambrosia symbiosis is specific in some species and promiscuous in others: evidence from community pyrosequencing
M Kostovcik, CC Bateman, M Kolarik, LL Stelinski, BH Jordal, J Hulcr
The ISME journal 9 (1), 126, 2015
Double-stranded RNA uptake through topical application, mediates silencing of five CYP4 genes and suppresses insecticide resistance in Diaphorina citri
N Killiny, S Hajeri, S Tiwari, S Gowda, LL Stelinski
PloS one 9 (10), e110536, 2014
The scent of a partner: ambrosia beetles are attracted to volatiles from their fungal symbionts
J Hulcr, R Mann, LL Stelinski
Journal of Chemical Ecology 37 (12), 1374-1377, 2011
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