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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Steven E Naranjo
Center Director


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Use of Bt-resistant caterpillars to assess the effect of Cry proteins on beneficial natural enemies -
Shelton, A.M., Romeis, J., Naranjo, S.E., Hellmich Ii, R.L., Tian, J.C. 2016. Use of Bt-resistant caterpillars to assess the effect of Cry proteins on beneficial natural enemies. IOBC/WPSR Bulletin. 114:51-55.
Impact of Bt crops on non-target organisms – 3 systematic reviews -
Meissle, M., Romeis, J., Riedel, J., Naranjo, S.E., Kostov, K., Christova, P., Assenov, B., Tsvetkov, I., Slavov, S., Damgaard, C.F., Krogh, P.H., Hendriksen, N.B., Sweet, J. 2016. Impact of Bt crops on non-target organisms – 3 systematic reviews. IOBC/WPRS Bulletin. 114:37-38.
Natural enemy impacts on bemisia tabaci dominate plant quality effects in the cotton system -
Aslimwe, P., Ellsworth, P.C., Naranjo, S.E. 2016. Natural enemy impacts on bemisia tabaci dominate plant quality effects in the cotton system. Ecological Entomology. 41:642-652.
Long term dynamics of aphelinid parasitoids attacking Bemisia tabaci -
Naranjo, S.E., Li, S. 2016. Long term dynamics of aphelinid parasitoids attacking Bemisia tabaci. Biological Control. 93:56-64.
Bacillus thuringiensis plants expressing Cry1Ac, Cry2Ab and Cry1F are not toxic to the assassin bug, Zelus renardii -
Su, H.H., Tian, J., Naranjo, S.E., Romeis, J., Hellmich, R.L., Shelton, A.M. 2015. Bacillus thuringiensis plants expressing Cry1Ac, Cry2Ab and Cry1F are not toxic to the assassin bug, Zelus renardii. Journal of Applied Entomology. 139:23-30.
Economic value of biological control in integrated pest management of managed plant systems Reprint Icon -
Naranjo, S.E., Ellsworth, P.C., Frisvold, G.B. 2015. Economic value of biological control in integrated pest management of managed plant systems. Annual Review Of Entomology. 60:621-645.
Making whitefly and natural enemy counts -
Vandervoet, T., Ellsworth, P.C., Brown, L., Naranjo, S.E. 2014. Making whitefly and natural enemy counts. University of Arizona Cooperative Extension. 08/2014.
Save money the easy way with bio-control -
Vandervoet, T., Ellsworth, P.C., Naranjo, S.E., Brown, L., Fournier, A. 2014. Save money the easy way with bio-control. University of Arizona Cooperative Extension. 08/2014.
The end of a myth – Bt(Cry1Ab) maize does not harm green lacewings -
Romeis, J., Meissle, M., Naranjo, S.E., Li, Y., Bigler, F. 2014. The end of a myth – Bt(Cry1Ab) maize does not harm green lacewings. Frontiers in Plant Science. 5:391. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2014.00391.
Minute bug with enormous impacts on insect pests -
Potential of the bean alpha-amylase inhibitor alpha-AI-1 to inhibit alpha-amylase activity in true bugs(Hemiptera) Reprint Icon -
Luthi, C., Alvarez-Alfageme, F., Li, Y., Naranjo, S.E., Higgins, T.J.V., Romeis, J. 2015. Potential of the bean alpha-amylase inhibitor alpha-AI-1 to inhibit alpha-amylase activity in true bugs(Hemiptera). Journal of Applied Entomology. 139:192-200.
Does the growing of Bt maize change populations or ecological functions of non-target animals compared to the growing of conventional non-GM maize? A systematic review protocol Reprint Icon -
Meissle, M., Naranjo, S.E., Kohl, C., Riedel, J., Romeis, J. 2014. Does the growing of Bt maize change populations or ecological functions of non-target animals compared to the growing of conventional non-GM maize? A systematic review protocol. Environmental Evidence. 3:7.
Detection and monitoring of pink bollworm moths and invasive insects using pheromone traps and encounter rate models -
Byers, J.A., Naranjo, S.E. 2014. Detection and monitoring of pink bollworm moths and invasive insects using pheromone traps and encounter rate models. Journal of Applied Ecology. 51:1041-1049.
Development of a standardized protein immunomarking protocol for insect mark-capture dispersal research Reprint Icon -
Hagler, J.R., Naranjo, S.E., Machtley, S.A., Blackmer, F. 2014. Development of a standardized protein immunomarking protocol for insect mark-capture dispersal research. Journal of Applied Entomology. 138:772-782.
Effects of Bt cotton on Thrips tabaci and its predator, Orius insidiosus -
Kumar, R., Tian, J.C., Naranjo, S.E., Shelton, A.M. 2014. Effects of Bt cotton on Thrips tabaci and its predator, Orius insidiosus. Journal of Economic Entomology. 107:927-932.
Effects of irrigation regime on interactions between Lygus hesperus, insecticides and predators in cotton Reprint Icon -
Asiimwe, P., Naranjo, S.E., Ellsworth, P. 2014. Effects of irrigation regime on interactions between Lygus hesperus, insecticides and predators in cotton. Environmental Entomology. 43:263-273.
Effects of GM crops on non-target organisms -
Naranjo, S.E. 2014. Effects of GM crops on non-target organisms. In: Ricroch, A. Chopra, S., Fleischer, S.J., editors. Plant biotechnology - experience and future prospects. Dordrecht-Heidelberg-London-New York. Springer. p. 129-142.
Sustainable management of insect-resistant crops -
Fleischer, S.J., Hutchison, W.D., Naranjo, S.E. 2014. Sustainable management of insect-resistant crops. In: Ricroch, A., Chopra, S., Fleischer, S.J., editors. Plant biotechnology - experience and future prospects. Dordrecht-Heidelberg-London-New York: Springer. p. 115-127.
Using resistant prey demonstrates that Bt plants producing Cry1Ac, Cry2Ab and Cry1F have no negative effects on Geocoris punctipes and Orius insidiosus Reprint Icon -
Tian, J.C., Long, L.P., Wang, X.P., Naranjo, S.E., Romeis, J., Hellmich, R.L., Wang, P., Shelton, A.M. 2014. Using resistant prey demonstrates that Bt plants producing Cry1Ac, Cry2Ab and Cry1F have no negative effects on Geocoris punctipes and Orius insidiosus. Environmental Entomology. 43:242-251.
Eliminating host-mediated effects demonstrates Bt maize producing Cry1F has no adverse effects on the parasitoid Cotesia marginiventris Reprint Icon -
Naranjo, S.E., Tian, J., Wang, X., Long, L., Romeis, J., Hellmich, R., Shelton, A. 2014. Eliminating host-mediated effects demonstrates Bt maize producing Cry1F has no adverse effects on the parasitoid Cotesia marginiventris. Transgenic Research. 23:257-264.
Biological control of cotton pests in China Reprint Icon -
Luo, S., Naranjo, S.E., Wu, K. 2013. Biological control of cotton pests in China. Biological Control. 68:6-14.
Effect of diapause status and gender on activity, metabolism and starvation resistance in the plant bug Lygus hesperus Knight -
Brent, C.S., Klok, C.J., Naranjo, S.E. 2013. Effect of diapause status and gender on activity, metabolism and starvation resistance in the plant bug Lygus hesperus Knight. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata. 148(2):152-160.
Effects of bt crops on arthropod natual enemies: a global synthesis -
Bt crops producing Cry1Ac, Cry2Ab and Cry1F do not harm the green lacewing, chrysoperla rufilabris Reprint Icon -
Tian, J.C., Wang, X.P., Long, L.P., Romeis, J., Naranjo, S.E., Hellmich II, R.L., Wang, P., Earle, E.D., Shelton, A.M. 2013. Bt crops producing Cry1Ac, Cry2Ab and Cry1F do not harm the green lacewing, chrysoperla rufilabris. PLoS One. 8(3):e60125.
Relative influence of plant quality and natural enemies on the seasonal dynamics of bemisia tabaci (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) in cotton Reprint Icon -
Asiimwe, P., S.E. Naranjo & P.C. Ellsworth. 2013. Relative influence of plant quality and natural enemies on the seasonal dynamics of bemisia tabaci (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) in cotton. Journal of Economic Entomology. 106:1260-1273.
Errors in logic and statistics plague a meta-analysis -
Shelton, A., Naranjo, S.E., Romeis, J., Hellmich II, R.L. 2012. Errors in logic and statistics plague a meta-analysis. Environmental Entomology. 41:1047-1049.
Being Selective -
Ellsworth, P., Brown, L., Naranjo, S.E. 2012. Being Selective. Extension Fact Sheets. 7/2012.
To stop or not to stop, that's the question: A guide to terminating Lygus controls -
Ellsworth, P., Brown, L., Naranjo, S.E. 2012. To stop or not to stop, that's the question: A guide to terminating Lygus controls. Extension Fact Sheets. 7/2012.
In 7 Minutes or Less! -
Ellsworth, P., Brown, L., Castro, G., Naranjo, S.E. 2012. In 7 Minutes or Less!. Extension Fact Sheets. 7/2012.
Effects of local and landscape factors on population dynamics of a cotton pest Reprint Icon -
Carriere, Y., Goddell, P., Ellers-Kirk, C., Dutilleul, P., Naranjo, S.E., Ellsworth, P.E. 2012. Effects of local and landscape factors on population dynamics of a cotton pest. PLoS One. 7(6):e39862.doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0039862.
Modeling resistance to juvenile hormone analogs: linking evolution, ecology and management -
Crowder, D., Ellsworth, P., Naranjo, S.E., Tabashnik, B., Carriere, Y. 2013. Modeling resistance to juvenile hormone analogs: linking evolution, ecology and management. In: Devillers, James, editor. Juvenile Hormones and Juvenoids. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press. p. 99-126.
Using field-evolved resistance to Cry1F maize in a lepidopteran pest to demonstrate no adverse effects of Cry1F on one of its major predators -
Tian, J., Collins, H.L., Romeis, J., Naranjo, S.E., Hellmich II, R.L., Shelton, A.M. 2012. Using field-evolved resistance to Cry1F maize in a lepidopteran pest to demonstrate no adverse effects of Cry1F on one of its major predators. Transgenic Research. 21(6):1303-1310.
Feeding Behavior of a Potential Insect Pest, Lygus hesperus, on Four New Industrial Crops for the Arid Southwestern USA. -
Naranjo, S.E., Stefanek, M.A. 2012. Feeding Behavior of a Potential Insect Pest, Lygus hesperus, on Four New Industrial Crops for the Arid Southwestern USA.. Industrial Crops and Products. 37:358-361.
Assassin Bugs Top the Food Web -
Brown, L., Vandervoet, T., Ellsworth, P., Naranjo, S.E. 2011. Assassin Bugs Top the Food Web. Extension Fact Sheets. Field Crop IPM Shorts, Cooperative Extension, University of Arizona.
Big-Eyed Bugs Have Big Appetite for Pests -
Asiimwe, P., Brown, L., Vandervoet, T., Ellsworth, P., Naranjo, S.E. 2011. Big-Eyed Bugs Have Big Appetite for Pests. Field Crop IPM Shorts, Cooperative Extension, University of Arizona, Tucson Extension Fact Sheets. 08/2011.
Impact of Lygus spp. (Hemiptera: Miridae) on damage, yield and quality of lesquerella (Physaria fendleri), a potential new oil-seed crop -
Naranjo, S.E., Ellsworth, P.C., Dierig, D.A. 2011. Impact of Lygus spp. (Hemiptera: Miridae) on damage, yield and quality of lesquerella (Physaria fendleri), a potential new oil-seed crop. Journal of Economic Entomology. 104: 1575-1583.
Untangling the web...spiders in Arizona fields Reprint Icon -
Mostafa, A., Brown, L., Ellsworth, P., Barlow, V., Naranjo, S.E. 2011. Untangling the web...spiders in Arizona fields. Field Crop IPM Shorts, Cooperative Extension, University of Arizona Extension Fact Sheets. 7/2011
Keeping Cotton Green Reprint Icon -
Ellsworth, P., Brown, L., Fournier, A., Li, X., Palumbo, J., Naranjo, S.E. 2011. Keeping Cotton Green. Field Crop IPM Shorts, Cooperative Extension, University of Arizona, Tucson. Extension Fact Sheets. 7/2011.
Soft-bodied Collops likes soft bodies Reprint Icon -
Ellsworth, P., Mostafa, A., Brown, L., Naranjo, S.E. 2011. Soft-bodied Collops likes soft bodies. Field Crop IPM Shorts, Cooperative Extension, University of Arizona, Tucson, Extension Fact Sheets. 7/2011.
$1+ Cotton? New Thresholds Reprint Icon -
Ellsworth, P., Brown, L., Fournier, A., Naranjo, S.E. 2011. $1+ Cotton? New Thresholds. Field Crop IPM Shorts, Cooperative Extension, University of Arizona, Tucson. Extension Fact Sheets. 7/2011.
Large scale, spatially-explicit test of the refuge strategy for delaying insecticide resistance -
Carriere, Y., Ellers, K.C., Harthfield, K., Degain, B., Barkley, C.D., Dennehy, T., Ellsworth, P., Li, X., Fournier, A., Larocque, G., Outilleul, P., Antilla, L., Naranjo, S.E., Palumbo, J., Tabashnik, B. 2011. Large scale, spatially-explicit test of the refuge strategy for delaying insecticide resistance. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 109:775-780.
Large scale, spatially-explicit test of the refuge strategy for delaying insecticide resistance -
Carrière, Y., C.Ellers-Kirk, K. Hartfield, G. Larocque, B. Degain, P. Dutilleul, T. J. Dennehy, S. E. March, D. W. Crowder, X. Li, P. C. Ellsworth, S. E. Naranjo, J. C. Palumbo, A. Fournier, L. Antilla & B. E. Tabashnik. 2012. Large-scale, spatially explicit test of the refuge strategy for delaying insecticide resistance. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. (USA)109:775-780.
Baseline Susceptibilities of B- and Q-biotype Bemisia tabaci to anthranilic diamides -
Xianchun, L., Degain, B.A., Harpold, V.S., Marcon, P.G., Nichols, R.L., Fournier, A.J., Naranjo, S.E., Palumbo, J.C., Ellsworth, P.C. 2012. Baseline Susceptibilities of B- and Q-biotype Bemisia tabaci to anthranilic diamides. Pest Management Science. 68:83-91.
Compatibility of Two Systematic Neonicotinoids, Imidacloprid and Thiamethoxam with various Natural Enemies of Agricultural Pests. -
Prabhaker,N., Castle,S.J., Naranjo,S.E., Toscano,N., Morse,J. 2011. Compatibility of two systematic neonicotinoids, imidacloprid and thiamethoxam with various natural enemies of agricultural pests. Journal of Economic Entomology. 104:773-781.
Impact of Bt Transgenic Cotton on Integrated Pest Management -
Naranjo,S.E. 2011. Impact of Bt transgenic cotton on integrated pest management. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 59:5842-5851.
Market-based Instruments for optimal control of Invasive Insect Species: B. tabaci in Arizona. -
Richards, T.J., Ellsworth, P., Tronstad, R., Naranjo, S.E. 2010. Market-based instruments for optimal control of invasive insect species: B. tabaci in Arizona. Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics. 35:349-367.
Fourteen Years of Bt Cotton Advances IPM in Arizona -
Naranjo,S.E., Ellsworth,P. 2010. Fourteen years of Bt cotton advances IPM in Arizona. Southwestern Entomologist.35:437-444
Sequential Sampling Plans for Estimating Density of Glassy-winged Sharpshooter, Homalodisca vitripennis (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) on Citrus -
Naranjo, S. E. and S. J. Castle. 2010. Sequential sampling plans for estimating density of glassy-winged sharpshooter, Homalodisca vitripennis (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) on citrus. Crop Prot. 29: 1363-1370.
Sequential sampling plans for estimating censity of glassy-winged sharpshooter, homalodisca vitripennis (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) on citrus Reprint Icon -
Naranjo, S.E., Castle, S.J. 2010. Sequential sampling plans for estimating density of glassy-winged sharpshooter, homalodisca vitripennis (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) on citrus. Crop Protection Journal.29:1363-1370.
Population Dynamics, Demography, Dispersal and Spread of Bemisia tabaci -
Naranjo, S.E., S. J. Castle, P. J. De Barro, and S. S. Liu. 2010. Population Dynamics, Demography, Dispersal and Spread of Bemisia tabaci. pp. 185-226. In Bemisia: Bionomics and Management of a Global Pest, P. A.Stansly, S. E. Naranjo (eds.). Springer Dordrecht-Heidelberg-London-New York.
Biology and Ecology of Bemisia tabaci : Introduction -
Naranjo, S.E., J. E. Legg. 2010. Section II: Biology and Ecology of Bemisia tabaci: pp. 105-107. In Bemisia: Bionomics and Management of a Global Pest, P. A.Stansly, S. E. Naranjo (eds.). Springer, Dordrecht-Heidelberg-London-New York.
Bt Crops and Invertebrate Non-target Effects – Revisited Reprint Icon -
Naranjo, S. E. 2009. Bt Crops and Invertebrate Non-target Effects – Revisited. ISB (Information System on Biotechnology) New Report
Bemisia: bionomics and management of a global pest -
Stansly, P., Naranjo, S.E. 2010. Bemisia: bionomics and management of a global pest. 2010:540.
The Contribution of Conservation Biological Control to Management of Bemisia tabaci in Cotton: A Life Table Analysis -
Naranjo, S.E., Ellsworth, P.C. 2009. The Contribution of Conservation Biological Control to Management of Bemisia tabaci in Cotton: A Life Table Analysis. Biological Control. 51: 458-470.
Appropriate Analytical Methods are Necessary to Assess Non-target Effects of Insecticidal Proteins in GM Crops Through Meta-Analysis (response to Andow et al.): Letter to the Editor -
Shelton, A.M., Naranjo, S.E., Romeis, J., Hellmich Ii, R.L., Wolt, J.D., Federici, B.A., Albajes, R., Bigler, F., Burgess, E., Dively, G., Gatehouse, A.M., Malone, L.A., Roush, R., Sears, M., Sehnal, F., Ferry, N., Bell, H. Appropriate Analytical Methods are Necessary to Assess Non-target Effects of Insecticidal Proteins in GM Crops Through Meta-Analysis (response to Andow et al.): Letter to the Editor. Environmental Entomology. (38)6: 1533-1538 2009.
Fifty years of Integrated Control Concept: Moving the Model and Implementation Forward in Arizona. -
Naranjo, S.E., Ellsworth, P.C. 2009. Fifty years of Integrated Control Concept: Moving the Model and Implementation Forward in Arizona. Pest Management Science. 65: 1267-1286.
Extrapolating non-target risk of Bt crops from laboratory to field Reprint Icon -
Duan, J.J., Lundgren, J.G., Naranjo, S.E., Marvier, M. 2010. Extrapolating non-target risk of Bt crops from laboratory to field. Biology Letters. 6:74-77.
Sampling Plans, Selective Insecticides and Sustainability: The Case for IPM as ‘informed pest management’ Reprint Icon -
Castle, S.J., Naranjo, S.E. 2009. Sampling Plans, selective insecticides and sustainability: the case for IPM as ‘informed pest management’. Pest Management Science. 65:1321-1328.
Letter to The Editor: Setting the record straight: a rebuttal to an erroneous analysis on transgenic insecticidal crops and natural enemies. -
Shelton, A.M., Naranjo, S.E., Romeis, J., Hellmich Ii, R.L. 2009. Letter to The Editor: Setting the record straight: a rebuttal to an erroneous analysis on transgenic insecticidal crops and natural enemies. Transgenic Research (2009) 18:317-322
Mortality and Population Dynamics of Bemisia tabaci within a Multi-Crop System -
Naranjo, S.E., Canas, L., Ellsworth, P. 2009. Mortality and Population Dynamics of Bemisia tabaci within a Multi-Crop System. In P.G. Mson, D.R. Gillespie and C.D. Vincent (eds.), Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Biological Control of Arthropods, Christchurch, New Zealand, USDA Forest Service Publ. FHTET-2008-06 202-207.
Impacts of Bt crops on non-target organisms and insecticide use patterns -
Naranjo, S.E. 2009. Impacts of Bt crops on non-target organisms and insecticide use patterns. CAB Reviews: Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Nutrition and Natural Resources. 4 No 011 1-23.
Mortality factors affecting Bemisia tabaci populations on cotton in the Cukurova plain, Turkey. -
Karut, K., Naranjo, S.E. 2009. Mortality factors affecting Bemisia tabaci populations on cotton in the Cukurova plain, Turkey.. Journal of Applied Entomology. 133 pp 367-374
Evaluation of Sampling Methods and Development of Sample Plans for Estimating Predator Densities in Cotton -
Knutson, A.E., Muegge, M.A., Wilson, L.T., Naranjo, S.E. 2008. Evaluation of Sampling Methods and Development of Sample Plans for Estimating Predator Densities in Cotton. Journal of Economic Entomology 101(4): 1501-1509.
Spatial-Temporal Models of Insect Growth, Diffusion and Derivative Pricing -
Richards, T.J., Eaves, J., Manfredo, M., Naranjo, S.E., Chu, C.C., Henneberry, T.J. 2008. Spatial-Temporal Models of Insect Growth, Diffusion and Derivative Pricing. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-8276.2008.01170.x. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 90(4) 962-978
The present and future role of insect-resistant GM cotton in IPM -
Naranjo, S.E. 2008. The present and future role of insect-resistant GM cotton in IPM. XXIII International Congress of Entomology 6-12 July, 2008, Durban, South Africa. pg 15-22
The Present and Future Role of Insect-Resistant GM Crops in Cotton IPM -
Naranjo, S.E., Ruberson, J.R., Sharma, H.C., Wilson, L., Kongming, W. 2008. The Present and Future Role of Insect-Resistant GM Crops in Cotton IPM, p. 159-194. In: Integration of Insect-Resistant GM Crops within IPM Programs, J. Romeis, A.M. Shelton & G.G. Kennedy (eds.), Springer, New York.
Cotton Arthropod IPM -
Naranjo, S.E., Luttrell, R.G. 2009. Cotton Arthropod IPM. Integrated Pest Management, p. 324-340.
Bt Crop Effects on Functional Guilds of Non-target Arthropods: A Meta-Analysis -
Wolfenbarger, L.L., Naranjo, S.E., Lundgren, J.G., Royce, B.J., Watrud, L.S. 2008. Bt Crop Effects on Functional Guilds of Non-target Arthropods: A Meta-Analysis. PLoS One 3(5): e 2118.
Comparison of sampling methods for determining relative densities of Homalodisca vitripennis (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) on Citrus Reprint Icon -
Castle, S.J., Naranjo, S.E. 2008. Comparison of sampling methods for determining relative densities of Homalodisca vitripennis (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) on Citrus. Journal of Economic Entomology. 101(1):226-235.
Integrating insect-resistant GM Crops in pest management systems -
Naranjo, S.E. 2008. Integrating insect-resistant GM Crops in pest management systems. IOBC/WPRS Bulletin Vol 33, pp. 15-22.
Sampling and Management of Bemisia tabaci (Genn.) Biotype B in Australian Cotton -
Sequeira, R.V., Naranjo, S.E. 2008. Sampling and Management of Bemisia tabaci (Genn.) Biotype B in Australian Cotton. Crop Protection Journal. Vol:27 P.1262-1268.
Whitefly management in Arizona cotton 2006 -
Ellsworth, P., Palumbo, J.P., Naranjo, S.E., Dennehy, T.J., Nichols, R.L. 2007. Whitefly management in Arizona cotton 2006. University of Arizona Agricultural Experiment Station, Cooperative Extension IPM Series No. 18
Toxicity of seven foliar insecticides to four insect parasitoids attacking citrus and cotton pests -
Prabhaker, N., Toscano, N.C., Morse, J., Naranjo, S.E., Henneberry, T.J., Castle, S.J. 2007. Toxicity of seven foliar insecticides to four insect parasitoids attacking citrus and cotton pests. Journal of Economic Entomology. 100(4):1053-1061.
Assessment of Knack Field Performance Through Precision Field and Laboratory Bioassays in Cotton -
Ellsworth, P.C., Barkley, V., Dennehy, T., Degain, B., Ellingson, B., Naranjo, S.E., Sims, M. 2007 Assessment of Knack Field Performance Through Precision Field and Laboratory Bioassays in Cotton. Laboratory Publication. P. 1-15
Survival and Movement of Bemisia tabaci (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae)Crawlers on Cotton -
Naranjo, S.E. 2007. Survival and Movement of Bemisia tabaci (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae)Crawlers on Cotton. Southwestern Entomologist Vol 32, No 1:17-23.
Intraguild predation on Eretmocerus nr emiratus, a parasitoid of Bemisia tabaci by three generalist predators with implications for estimating the level and impact of parasitism. -
Naranjo, S.E. 2007. Intraguild predation on Eretmocerus nr emiratus, a parasitoid of Bemisia tabaci by three generalist predators with implications for estimating the level and impact of parasitism.. Biocontrol Science and Technology. 2007; 17(5/6): 605-622.
Mortality and Population Dynamics of Bemisia tabaci within a Multi-Crop System -
Naranjo, S.E., Ellsworth, P.C., Canas, L. 2006. Mortality and Population Dynamics of Bemisia tabaci within a Multi-Crop System. Bemisia International Workshop Proceedings. Journal of Insect Science. 8:4. http://www.insectscience.org/8.04/ref/abstract71.html
Establishment and Impact of Exotic Aphelinid Parasitoids in Arizona: A Life Table Approach -
Conservation of Natural Enemies Through use of Selective Insecticides: Recent Developments -
Conservation of natural enemies through use of selective insecticides: recent developments -
Naranjo, S.E., Ellsworth, P. 2006. Conservation of natural enemies through use of selective insecticides: recent developments. In 4th International Bemisia International Workshop Proceedings, 3-6 December 2006, Duck Key, Florida. Journal of Insect Science. 8:4, P. 124. http://www.insectscience.org/8.04/ref/abstract70.html
Mortality and population dynamics of Bemisia tabaci within a multi-crop system -
Naranjo, S.E., Ellsworth, P.C., Canas, L. 2006. Mortality and population dynamics of bemisia tabaci within a multi-crop system. P 50, In 4th International Bemisia International Workshop Proceedings, 3-6 December 2006, Duck Key, Florida.
Establishment and impact of exotic aphelinid parasitoids in Arizona: A life table approach -
Naranjo, S.E. 2006. Establishment and impact of exotic aphelinid parasitoids in arizona: a life table approach. Fourth International Bemisia International Workshop Proceedings. Journal of Insect Science. 8:4 P. 125. http://www.insectscience.org/8.04/ref/abstract69.html
Managing economic risk caused by insects: Bug options -
Richards, T.J., Eaves, J., Fournier, V., Naranjo, S.E., Chu, C., Henneberry, T.J. 2006. Managing economic risk caused by insects: bug options. Agricultural Finance Reviews Vol. 66(1): 27 - 45.
COMPATABILITY OF SELECT INSECTICIDES WITH NATURAL ENEMIES OF THE GLASSY-WINGED SHARPSHOOTER AND OTHER PESTS -
Toscano, N.C., Morse, J.G., Henneberry, T.J., Prabhaker, N., Castle, S.J., Naranjo, S.E. 2006. Compatability of select insecticides with natural enemies of the glassy-winted sharpshooter and other pests. CDFA Pierce's Disease Control Program Research Symposium 388-391.
PHENOLOGY AND DEMOGRAPHY OF HOMALODISCA COAGULATA IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CITRUS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR MANAGEMENT -
Castle, S.J., Naranjo, S.E., Bi, J.L., Byrne, F.J., Toscano, N.C. 2005. Phenology and demography of homalodisca coagulata in southern California citrus and implications for management. Bulletin of Entomological Research 95:621-634.
FIELD STUDIES ASSESSING ARTHROPOD NON-TARGET EFFECTS IN BT TRANSGENIC CROPS: INTRODUCTION -
Naranjo, S.E., Head, G., Dively, G.P. 2005. Field studies assessing arthropod non-target effects in bt transgenic crops: introduction. Environmental Entomology 34(5) 1178-1180.
LONG-TERM ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECTS OF TRANSGENIC BT COTTON ON THE ABUNDANCE OF NON-TARGET ARTHROPOD NATURAL ENEMIES -
Naranjo, S.E. 2005. Long-term assessment of the effects of transgenic bt cotton on the abundance of non-target arthropod natural enemies. Environmental Entomology 34(5): 1193-1210.
LONG-TERM ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECTS OF TRANSGENIC BT COTTON ON THE FUNCTION OF THE NATURAL ENEMY COMMUNITY -
Naranjo, S.E. 2005. Long-term assessment of the effects of transgenic bt cotton on the function of the natural enemy community. Environmental Entomology 34(5) 1211-1223.
FLIGHT BEHAVIOR OF METHYL-PARATHION-RESISTANT AND SUSCEPTIBLE WESTERN CORN ROOTWORM (COLOPTERA: CHRYSOMELIDAE) POPULATIONS FROM NEBRASKA -
Stebbing, J.A., Meinke, L.J., Naranjo, S.E., Siegfried, B.D., Wright, R.J., Chandler, L.D. 2005. Flight behavior of methyl-parathion-resistant and susceptible western corn rootworm (coloptera: chrysomelidae) populations from nebraska. Journal of Economic Entomology 98(4): 1294-1304.
BIOLOGY, ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT OF SWEETPOTATO WHITEFLIES ON COTTON, CHAP 6 -
Henneberry, T.J., Naranjo, S.E., Forer, G., Horowitz, R. 2007. Biology, ecology and management of sweetpotato whiteflies on cotton, Chap 6. Sticky Cotton - Causes, Impacts and Prevention. ARs Tech. Bull. 1915: 67-85.
STICKY COTTON SAMPLING, CHAP 12 -
Naranjo, S.E., Hequet, E.F. 2007. Sticky cotton sampling, Chap 12. Sticky Cotton - Causes, Impacts and Prevention. ARS Tech. Bull. 1915: 148-165.
MORTALITY DYNAMICS AND POPULATION REGULATION IN BEMISIA TABACI -
Naranjo, S.E., Ellsworth, P.C. 2005. Mortality dynamics and population regulation in bemisia tabaci. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 116: 93-108.
COMPATIBILITY OF INSECTICIDES WITH NATURAL ENEMIES OF THE GLASSY-WINGED SHARPSHOOTER -
Toscano, N.C., Morse, J.G., Prabhaker, N., Castle, S.J., Naranjo, S.E. 2004. Compatibility of insecticides with natural enemies of the glassy-winged sharpshooter. CDFA Pierce's Disease Control Program Research Symposium. pp. 378-381
CONSERVATION OF NATURAL ENEMIES IN COTTON: COMPARATIVE SELECTIVITY OF ACETAMIPRID IN THE MANAGEMENT OF BEMISIA TABACI -
Naranjo, S.E., Akey, D.H. 2005. Conservation of natural enemies in cotton: comparative selectivity of acetamiprid in the management of bemisia tabaci. Pest Management Science 555-566.
USE OF A GUT CONTENT ELISA TO DETECT WHITEFLY PREDATOR FEEDING ACTIVITY AFTER FIELD EXPOSURE TO DIFFERENT INSECTICIDE TREATMENTS -
Hagler, J.R., Naranjo, S.E. 2005. Use of a gut content elisa to detect whitefly predator feeding activity after field exposure to different insecticide treatments. Biocontrol Science and Technology 15(4): 321-339.
POST-RELEASE EVALUATION OF BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF BEMISIA TABACI BIOTYPE "B" IN THE USA AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF PREDICTIVE TOOLS TO GUIDE INTRODUCTIONS FOR OTHER COUNTRIES -
Goolsby, J., Debarro, P., Kirk, A., Sutherst, R., Canas, L., Ciomperlik, M., Ellsworth, P., Gould, J., Hartley, D., Hoelmer, K.A., Naranjo, S.E., Ruiz, R., Vacek, D. Post-release evaluation of biological control of Bemisia tabaci biotype "B" in the usa and the development of predictive tools to guide introductions for other countries. Biological Control. 32: 70-77
TETHERED AND UNTETHERED FLIGHT BY LYGUS HESPERUS AND LYGUS LINEOLARIS (HETEROPTERA: MIRIDAE) -
Blackmer, J.L., Naranjo, S.E., Williams Iii, L.H. 2004. Tethered and untethered flight by lygus hesperus and lygus lineolaris (heteroptera: miridae). Environmental Entomology 33(5): 1389-1400
MORTALIDAD DE BEMISIA TABACI EN UN SISTEMA DE CULTIVOS MULTIPLES -
NARANJO, S.E., CANAS, L.A., ELLSWORTH, P.C. MORTALIDAD DE BEMISIA TABACI EN UN SISTEMA DE CULTIVOS MULTIPLES. HORTICULTURA INTERNACIONAL. 2004. 43:14-21
SAMPLING ARTHROPODS -
Naranjo, S.E. 2004. Sampling arthropods, P. 1933-1945. In Encyclopedia of Entomology, J. Capinera (ed.) Kluwer Academic Publ., Dordrecht.
A MULTIPLE ELISA SYSTEM FOR SIMULTANEOUSLY MONITORING INTERCROP MOVEMENT AND FEEDING ACTIVITY OF MASS-RELEASED INSECT PREDATORS -
Hagler, J.R., Naranjo, S.E. 2004. A multiple elisa system for simultaneously monitoring intercrop movement and feeding activity of mass-released insect predators. International Journal of Pest Management 50: 199-207
ARTHROPOD COMMUNITIES AND TRANSGENIC COTTON IN THE WESTERN USA: IMPLICATIONS FOR BIOLOGICAL CONTROL. -
Naranjo, S.E., Ellsworth, P.J. 2003. Arthropod communities and transgenic cotton in the western usa: implications for biological control. International Symposium on Biological Control of Arthropods. R. Van Driesche (ed.). U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Morgantown, West Virginia, Publication FHTET-03-05. pp. 284-291
CONSERVATION OF NATURAL ENEMIES IN COTTON: ROLE OF INSECT GROWTH REGULATORS FOR MANAGEMENT OF BEMISIA TABACI -
Naranjo, S.E., Ellsworth, P.C., Hagler, J.R. 2004. Conservation of natural enemies in cotton: role of insect growth regulators for management of bemisia tabaci. Biological Control. 30:52-72.
SAMPLING, SEASONAL ABUNDANCE, AND COMPARATIVE DISPERSAL OF GLASSY-WINGED SHARPSHOOTERS IN CITRUS AND GRAPES: SAMPLING PROGRESS REPORT -
CASTLE, S.J., NARANJO, S.E., TOSCANO, N., BYRNE, F., HENNEBERRY, T.J., CIVEROLO, E.L. SAMPLING, SEASONAL ABUNDANCE, AND COMPARATIVE DISPERSAL OF GLASSY-WINGED SHARPSHOOTERS IN CITRUS AND GRAPES: SAMPLING PROGRESS REPORT. CDFA PIERCE'S DISEASE CONTROL PROGRAM RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM. 2002. pp. 149.150.
IMPROVED CONSERVATION OF NATURAL ENEMIES WITH SELECTIVE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FOR BEMISIA TABACI (HOMOPTERA: ALEYRODIDAE) IN COTTON -
NARANJO, S.E., HAGLER, J.R., ELLSWORTH, P.C. IMPROVED CONSERVATION OF NATURAL ENEMIES WITH SELECTIVE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FOR BEMISIA TABACI (HOMOPTERA: ALEYRODIDAE) IN COTTON. BIOCONTROL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. 2003. 571-587
ARTHROPOD COMMUNITIES AND TRANSGENIC COTTON IN THE WESTERN USA -
NARANJO, S.E. ARTHROPOD COMMUNITIES AND TRANSGENIC COTTON IN THE WESTERN USA. PROCEEDINGS OF CALIFORNIA CONFERENCE ON BIOLOGICAL CONTROL. 2002. pp. 33-38
BIBLIOGRAPHY, PINK BOLLWORM, PECTINOPHORA GOSSYPIELLA (SAUNDERS). -
NARANJO, S.E., BUTLER JR, G.D., HENNEBERRY, T.J. BIBLIOGRAPHY, PINK BOLLWORM, PECTINOPHORA GOSSYPIELLA (SAUNDERS).. UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE TECHNICAL BULLETIN. 2002. No. 136
SEASONAL ECOLOGY OF BEMISIA TABACI IN ARIZONA: LOW TEMPERATURE AND HOST PLANT EFFECTS ON FIELD POPULATIONS AND ASSOCIATED MORTALITY FACTORS -
SEASONAL ECOLOGY OF BEMISIA TABACI IN ARIZONA: LOW TEMPERATURE AND HOST PLANT EFFECTS ON FIELD POPULATIONS AND ASSOCIATED MORTALITY FACTORS -
DEVELOPMENT OF SAMPLING METHODOLOGY FOR ESTIMATING COTTON LINT STICKINESS DUE TO INFESTATIONS OF BEMISIA TABACI -
MOVEMENT AND MORTALITY OF BEMISIA TABACI CRAWLERS ON COTTON -
TOXICOLOGICAL STUDIES OF TWO INSECT GROWTH REGULATORS ON GEOCORIS PUNCTIPES, ORIUS INSIDIOSUS AND COLLOPS VITTATUS -
CONSERVATION OF PREDATORY ARTHROPODS IN COTTON: ROLE OF ACTION THRESHOLDS FOR BEMISIA TABACI -
CONSERVATION OF PREDATORY ARTHROPODS IN COTTON: ROLE OF ACTION THRESHOLDS FOR BEMISIA TABACI -
NARANJO, S.E., ELLSWORTH, P.C., CHU, C., HENNEBERRY, T.J. CONSERVATION OF PREDATORY ARTHROPODS IN COTTON: ROLE OF ACTION THRESHOLDS FOR BEMISIA TABACI. JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY. 2002. 95:682-691
SAMPLING, SEASONAL ABUNDANCE AND COMPARATIVE DISPERSAL OF GLASSY-WINGED SHARPSHOOTERS IN CITRUS AND GRAPES -
CONSERVATION AND EVALUATION OF NATURAL ENEMIES IN IPM SYSTEMS FOR BEMISIA TABACI -
Naranjo, S.E. 2001. Conservation and evaluation of natural enemies in ipm systems for bemisia tabaci. Crop Protection Journal 20: 835-852.
TOWARD THE QUANTIFICATION OF PREDATION WITH PREDATOR GUT IMMUNOASSAYS: A NEW APPROACH INTEGRATING FUNCTIONAL RESPONSE BEHAVIOR -
Naranjo, S.E., Hagler, J.R. 2001. Toward the quantification of predation with predator gut immunoassays: a new approach integrating functional response behavior. Biological Control 20: 175-189.
CONSERVATION AND EVALUATION OF NATURAL ENEMIES IN IPM SYSTEMS -
IMPLICATIONS OF LARVAL MORTALITY AT LOW TEMPERATURES AND HIGH SOIL MOISTURES FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF PINK BOLLWORM (LEPIDOPTERA: GELECHIIDAE) IN SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES COTTON. -
Venette, R.C., Naranjo, S.E., Hutchison, W.D. 2000. Implications of larval mortality at low temperatures and high soil moistures for establishment of pink bollworm (lepidoptera: gelechiidae) in southeastern united states cotton.. Environmental Entomology 29(5): 1018-1026.
ESTABLISHMENT OF PINK BOLLWORM IN SOUTHEASTERN US COTTON: LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS AND MODEL VALIDATION -
SAMPLING PREDATORY INSECTS AND SPIDERS WITH THE BEAT BUCKET METHOD IN TEXAS AND ARIZONA -
TOXICOLOGICAL STUDIES OF TWO INSECT GROWTH REGULATORS ON THE PREDATOR GEOCORIS PUNCTIPES -
EFFECTS OF AN EXPERIMENTAL INSECTICIDE (NI-25) ON NATURAL ENEMIES OF SWEETPOTATO WHITEFLY -
CONSERVATION OF WHITEFLY NATURAL ENEMIES IN CONVENTIONAL AND IGR-BASED MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS -
INTRAGUILD PREDATION ON WHITEFLY PARASITOIDS -
LIFE TABLE ANALYSIS OF BEMISIA TABACI IN COTTON -
BEMISIA WHITEFLIES, STICKY COTTON AND STICKY COTTON SAMPLING -
WHITEFLY MANAGEMENT IN ARIZONA: CONSERVATION OF NATURAL ENEMIES RELATIVE TO INSECTICIDE REGIME -
WHITEFLY MANAGEMENT IN ARIZONA: CONTRIBUTION OF NATURAL ENEMIES TO WHITEFLY MORTALITY -
DEVELOPMENT, LONGEVITY AND FECUNDITY OF CHELONUS SP. NR. CURVIMACULATUS (HYMENOPTERA: BRACONIDAE), AND EGG-LARVAL PARASITOID OF PECTINOPHORA GOSSYPIELLA SAUNDERS (LEPIDOPTERA: GELECHIIDAE) -
THE EFFECT OF INSECTICIDE TREATMENTS IN COTTON FIELDS ON THE LEVELS OF PARASITISM OF BEMISIA TABACI (GENNADIUS) SL. -
PROGRESS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF SAMPLING METHODS TO ESTIMATE COTTON LINT STICKINESS DUE TO SWEETPOTATO WHITEFLY INFESTATION -
FEEDING BEHAVIOR OF WHITEFLY PREDATORS EXPOSED TO INSECT GROWTH REGULATORS AND CONVENTIONAL INSECTICIDES -
CONSERVATION OF BEMISIA NATURAL ENEMIES IN INTEGRATED WHITEFLY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS -
IMPACT OF NATUTRAL ENEMIES AND INSECTICIDES ON WHITEFLIES IN COTTON: A PARTIAL LIFE TABLE ANALYSIS -
COMPARATIVE LIFE TABLE STUDIES OF BEMISIA UNDER DIFFERENT MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES IN COTTON -
SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF COTTON LINT STICKINESS AND PRELIMINARY FIELD SAMPLING METHODS FOR ESTIMATING STICKINESS -
CONSERVATION OF BEMISIA NATURAL ENEMIES IN RELATION TO CONVENTIONAL AND IGR-BASED MANAGEMENT SYSTEM. -
PROGRESS IN DEVELOPMENT OF FIELD SAMPLING METHODS FOR ESTIMATING COTTON LINT STICKINESS -
PARTIAL LIFE TABLE STUDIES OF BEMISIA IN COTTON FIELDS SUBJECT TO DIFFERENT MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES -
INSIGHTS ON BEMISIA POPULATION DYNAMICS FROM SIMULATIONS WITH THE BIOCONTROL-WHITEFLY MODEL -
BEMISIA GROWTH REGULATORS: A FIELD SAMPLING PROTOCOL FOR NYMPHS -
A NEW APPROACH TO EVALUATE AUGMENTATIVE BIOLOGICAL CONTROL AGENTS -
WHITEFLY GROWTH REGULATORS: A FIELD SAMPLING PROTOCOL FOR NYMPHS -
CONSERVATION OF NATURAL ENEMIES RELATIVE TO USE OF INSECT GROWTH REGULATORSFOR CONTROL OF SWEETPOTATO WHITEFLY -
VALIDATION OF INSECT SAMPLING PLANS USING A RESAMPLING APPROACH: SOFTWARE AND ANALYSIS -
Development and evaluation of sequential sampling plans for Cryptolestes ferrungineus (Stephens) (Coleoptera: Cucujidae) infesting farm-stored wheat -
Subramanyam, B., Hagstrum, D.W., Meagher Jr, R.L., Burkness, E.C., Hutchison, W.D., Naranjo, S.E. 1997. Development and evaluation of sequential sampling plans for Cryptolestes ferrungineus (Stephens) (Coleoptera: Cucujidae) infesting farm-stored wheat. Journal of Stored Products Research. 33(4):321-329.
IMMUNOLOGICAL EXAMINATIONS OF SPECIES VARIABILITY IN PREDATOR GUT CONTENTS:THE EFFECT OF THE PREDATOR: PREY PROTEIN RATION ON IMMUNOASSAY SENSITIVITY. -
MEASURING THE SENSITIVITY OF AN INDIRECT PREDATOR GUT CONTENT ELISA: DETECTABILITY OF PREY REMAINS IN RELATION TO PREDATOR SPECIES, TEMPERATURE,TIME AND MEAL SIZE. -
ECONOMIC INJURY LEVELS FOR BEMISIA TABACI IN COTTON: IMPACT OF CROP PRICE,CONTROL COSTS, AND EFFICACY OF CONTROL -
EVALUATING THE FEEDING BEHAVIOR OF COMMERCIAL AND INDIGENOUS HIPPODAMIA CONVERGENS ON SWEETPOTATO WHITEFLY: A LABORATORY AND FIELD STUDY -
BEMISIA TABACI (GENNADIUS) BEMISIA ARGENTIFOLII BELLOWS AND PERRING -
RESULTS OF A TWO YEAR REGIONAL PROJECT TO DETERMINE AN ACTION THRESHOLD TO MANAGE WHITEFLIES IN COTTON -
BEMISIA GROWTH REGULATORS: CONSERVATION OF NATRUAL ENEMIES? -
BIOCONTROL-WHITEFLY: A WHITEFLY, PARASITE, AND PREDATOR POPULATION DYNAMICSMODEL -
SAMPLING SWEETPOTATO WHITEFLY NYMPHS IN COTTON -
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