John Byers
John Byers
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Potential of mass trapping for long-term pest management and eradication of invasive species
AM El-Sayed, DM Suckling, CH Wearing, JA Byers
Journal of economic entomology 99 (5), 1550-1564, 2006
3442006
Chemical ecology of bark beetles
JA Byers
Experientia 45 (3), 271-283, 1989
2931989
Host-tree chemistry affecting colonization in bark beetles
JA Byers
Chemical ecology of insects 2, 154-213, 1995
2651995
Potential of “lure and kill” in long-term pest management and eradication of invasive species
AM El-Sayed, DM Suckling, JA Byers, EB Jang, CH Wearing
Journal of economic entomology 102 (3), 815-835, 2009
1862009
Olfactory recognition of host-tree susceptibility by pine shoot beetles
JA Byers, BS Lanne, J Löfqvist, F Schlyter, G Bergström
Naturwissenschaften 72 (6), 324-326, 1985
1831985
Attraction of bark beetles, Tomicus piniperda, Hylurgops palliatus, and Trypodendron domesticum and other insects to short-chain alcohols and monoterpenes
JA Byers
Journal of Chemical Ecology 18 (12), 2385-2402, 1992
1571992
Correlated random walk equations of animal dispersal resolved by simulation
JA Byers
Ecology 82 (6), 1680-1690, 2001
1392001
Interspecific inhibition of the response of the bark beetles,Dendroctonus brevicomis andIps paraconfusus, to their pheromones in the field
JA Byers, DL Wood
Journal of Chemical Ecology 6 (1), 149-164, 1980
1341980
Effective attraction radius
JA Byers, O Anderbrant, J Löqvist
Journal of Chemical Ecology 15 (2), 749-765, 1989
1321989
Volatiles from nonhost birch trees inhibit pheromone response in spruce bark beetles
JA Byers, QH Zhang, F Schlyter, G Birgersson
Naturwissenschaften 85 (11), 557-561, 1998
1141998
An encounter rate model of bark beetle populations searching at random for susceptible host trees
JA Byers
Ecological Modelling 91 (1-3), 57-66, 1996
1141996
Attraction to pheromone sources of different quantity, quality, and spacing: Density-regulation mechanisms in bark beetleIps typographus
F Schlyter, JA Byers, J Löfqvist
Journal of Chemical Ecology 13 (6), 1503-1523, 1987
1031987
Chemical ecology of bark beetles in a complex olfactory landscape
JA Byers
Bark and wood boring insects in living trees in Europe, a synthesis, 89-134, 2004
1012004
Field response of spruce bark beetle, Ips typographus, to aggregation pheromone candidates
F Schlyter, G Birgersson, JA Byers, J Löfqvist, G Bergström
Journal of chemical ecology 13 (4), 701-716, 1987
1001987
Behavioral Response of Lygus hesperus to Conspecifics and Headspace Volatiles of Alfalfa in a Y-Tube Olfactometer
JL Blackmer, C Rodriguez-Saona, JA Byers, KL Shope, JP Smith
Journal of Chemical Ecology 30 (8), 1547-1564, 2004
982004
Attractive and inhibitory pheromones produced in the bark beetle,Dendroctonus brevicomis, during host colonization: Regulation of inter- and intraspecific …
JA Byers, DL Wood, J Craig, LB Hendry
Journal of Chemical Ecology 10 (6), 861-877, 1984
981984
Differences in attraction to semiochemicals present in sympatric pine shoot beetles, Tomicus minor and T. piniperda
BS Lanne, F Schlyter, JA Byers, J Löfqvist, A Leufvén, G Bergström, ...
Journal of chemical ecology 13 (5), 1045-1067, 1987
971987
Location of insect hosts by the nematode, Neoaplectana carpocapsae, in response to temperature
JA Byers, GO Poinar
Behaviour 79 (1), 1-10, 1982
971982
In vivo conversion of a labelled host plant chemical to pheromones of the bark beetle Ips paraconfusus
LB Hendry, B Piatek, LE Browne, DL Wood, JA Byers, RH Fish, RA Hicks
Nature 284 (5755), 485-485, 1980
971980
Strategies of a bark beetle, Pityogenes bidentatus, in an olfactory landscape
JA Byers, QH Zhang, G Birgersson
Naturwissenschaften 87 (11), 503-507, 2000
872000
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