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Biological control
GE Heimpel, NJ Mills
Cambridge University Press, 2017
4162017
Biological control
J Waage, N Mills
Natural Enemies the population biology of predators, parasites and diseases …, 1992
317*1992
Modelling the biological control of insect pests: a review of host-parasitoid models
NJ Mills, WM Getz
Ecological modelling 92 (2-3), 121-143, 1996
2611996
Is the biological control of insects a natural phenomenon
BA Hawkins, NJ Mills, MA Jervis, PW Price
Oikos 86, 493-506, 1999
1981999
The influence of hosts, temperature and food sources on the longevity of Trichogramma platneri
SJ McDougall, NJ Mills
Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 83 (2), 195-203, 1997
1731997
Voracity, cannibalism and coccinellid predation.
NJ Mills
1701982
Terrestrial arthropod predators of insect and mite pests
KS Hagen, NJ Mills, G Gordh, JA McMurtry
Handbook of biological control, 383-503, 1999
152*1999
Selecting effective parasitoids for biological control introductions: Codling moth as a case study
NJ Mills
Biological Control 34, 274-282, 2005
1492005
Satiation and the functional response: a test of a new model
NJ Mills
Ecological entomology 7 (3), 305-315, 1982
1301982
Detecting pest control services across spatial and temporal scales
R Chaplin-Kramer, P de Valpine, NJ Mills, C Kremen
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 181, 206-212, 2013
1262013
A physiologically based tritrophic perspective on bottom‐up‐top‐down regulation of populations
AP Gutierrez, NJ Mills, SJ Schreiber, CK Ellis
Ecology 75 (8), 2227-2242, 1994
1211994
Effect of Bt-toxin (Cry1Ac) in Transgenic Cotton on the Adult Longevity of Four Heteropteran Predators
S Ponsard, AP Gutierrez, NJ Mills
Environmental Entomology 31 (6), 1197-1205, 2002
1192002
Tree fruit IPM programs in the western United States: the challenge of enhancing biological control through intensive management
VP Jones, TR Unruh, DR Horton, NJ Mills, JF Brunner, EH Beers, ...
Pest Management Science: formerly Pesticide Science 65 (12), 1305-1310, 2009
1152009
Factors influencing the evolution of clutch size in a gregarious insect parasitoid
T Zaviezo, NJ Mills
Journal of Animal Ecology 69 (6), 1047-1057, 2000
1122000
Ratio dependence in the functional response of insect parasitoids: evidence from Trichogramma minutum foraging for eggs in small host patches
NJ Mills, I Lacan
Ecological Entomology 29 (2), 208-216, 2004
1112004
Host-parasitoid coexistence and egg-limited encounter rates
WM Getz, NJ Mills
The American Naturalist 148 (2), 333-347, 1996
1101996
Optimal foraging behaviour and efficient biological control methods.
NJ Mills, E Wajnberg
Behavioural Ecology of Insect Parasitoids – From Theoretical Approaches to …, 2008
1022008
The natural enemies of scolytids infesting conifer bark in Europe in relation to the biological control of Dendroctonus spp. in Canada.
NJ Mills
Biocontrol News and Information 4 (4), 303-326, 1983
1021983
Egg parasitoids in biological control and integrated pest management.
NJ Mills
Egg Parasitoids in Agroecosystems with Emphasis on Trichogramma, 384-411, 2010
962010
Rearing entomophagous insects
JK Waage
Handbook of insect rearing 1, 45-66, 1985
961985
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