Lukasz L. Stelinski
Lukasz L. Stelinski
Professor of Entomology and Nematology, University of Florida
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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
Codling moth management and chemical ecology
P Witzgall, L Stelinski, L Gut, D Thomson
Annu. Rev. Entomol. 53, 503-522, 2008
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
The ambrosia symbiosis: from evolutionary ecology to practical management
J Hulcr, LL Stelinski
Annual review of entomology 62, 285-303, 2017
Sequential sympatric speciation across trophic levels
AA Forbes, THQ Powell, LL Stelinski, JJ Smith, JL Feder
Science 323 (5915), 776-779, 2009
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, 361-368, 2010
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
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
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, 75-86, 2006
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
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
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
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
Behaviour-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
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), 126-138, 2015
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
Seasonal movement patterns and long-range dispersal of Asian citrus psyllid in Florida citrus
H Lewis-Rosenblum, X Martini, S Tiwari, LL Stelinski
Journal of Economic Entomology 108 (1), 3-10, 2015
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
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, 1374-1377, 2011
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