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Felix Wackers
Felix Wackers
Director R&D Biobest, Professor Plant-Insect Interactions Lancaster University
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Neonicotinoid pesticide reduces bumble bee colony growth and queen production
PR Whitehorn, S O’connor, FL Wackers, D Goulson
Science 336 (6079), 351-352, 2012
15792012
Linking above-and belowground multitrophic interactions of plants, herbivores, pathogens, and their antagonists
WH Van der Putten, LEM Vet, JA Harvey, FL Wäckers
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 16 (10), 547-554, 2001
6902001
Learning of host-finding cues by hymenopterous parasitoids
TCL Turlings, FL Wäckers, LEM Vet, WJ Lewis, JH Tumlinson
Insect learning: ecology and evolutionary perspectives, 51-78, 1993
6411993
Recruitment of predators and parasitoids by herbivore-induced plants
TCJ Turlings, F Wäckers
Advances in insect chemical ecology, 21, 2004
4462004
The effectiveness of flower strips and hedgerows on pest control, pollination services and crop yield: a quantitative synthesis
M Albrecht, D Kleijn, NM Williams, M Tschumi, BR Blaauw, R Bommarco, ...
Ecology letters 23 (10), 1488-1498, 2020
4382020
Nectar and pollen feeding by insect herbivores and implications for multitrophic interactions
FL Wäckers, J Romeis, P van Rijn
Annu. Rev. Entomol. 52, 301-323, 2007
4142007
A comparison of nectar-and honeydew sugars with respect to their utilization by the hymenopteran parasitoid Cotesia glomerata
FL Wäckers
Journal of Insect Physiology 47 (9), 1077-1084, 2001
3872001
Assessing the suitability of flowering herbs as parasitoid food sources: flower attractiveness and nectar accessibility
FL Wäckers
Biological control 29 (3), 307-314, 2004
3802004
Plant-provided food for carnivorous insects: a protective mutualism and its applications
FL Wäckers, PCJ van Rijn, J Bruin
Cambridge University Press, 2005
3632005
Suitability of (extra-) floral nectar, pollen and honeydew as insect food sources
FL Wäckers, PCJ van Rijn, J Bruin
Plant-provided food for carnivorous insects: A protective mutualism and its …, 2005
3582005
Conserved class of queen pheromones stops social insect workers from reproducing
A Van Oystaeyen, RC Oliveira, L Holman, JS van Zweden, C Romero, ...
Science 343 (6168), 287-290, 2014
3562014
Research trends in ecosystem services provided by insects
JA Noriega, J Hortal, FM Azcárate, MP Berg, N Bonada, MJI Briones, ...
Basic and applied ecology 26, 8-23, 2018
3052018
Honeydew as a food source for natural enemies: making the best of a bad meal?
FL Wäckers, PCJ Van Rijn, GE Heimpel
Biological Control 45 (2), 176-184, 2008
3032008
Sugar resources are vital for Diadegma semiclausum fecundity under field conditions
K Winkler, F Wäckers, G Bukovinszkine-Kiss, J Van Lenteren
Basic and applied ecology 7 (2), 133-140, 2006
2852006
Management of field margins to maximize multiple ecological services
DM Olson, FL Wäckers
Journal of Applied Ecology 44 (1), 13-21, 2007
2802007
Interactions between above‐and belowground insect herbivores as mediated by the plant defense system
TM Bezemer, R Wagenaar, NM Van Dam, FL Wäckers
Oikos 101 (3), 555-562, 2003
2792003
The effect of food deprivation on the innate visual and olfactory preferences in the parasitoid Cotesia rubecula
FL Wäckers
Journal of Insect Physiology 40 (8), 641-649, 1994
2691994
How to hunt for hiding hosts: the reliability-detectability problem in foraging parasitoids
LEM Vet, FL Wäckers, M Dicke
Netherlands Journal of Zoology 41 (2-3), 202-213, 1990
2601990
Approaches to conserving natural enemy populations in greenhouse crops: current methods and future prospects
GJ Messelink, J Bennison, O Alomar, BL Ingegno, L Tavella, L Shipp, ...
BioControl 59, 377-393, 2014
2532014
Effects of flower attractiveness and nectar availability in field margins on biological control by parasitoids
FJJA Bianchi, FL Wäckers
Biological control 46 (3), 400-408, 2008
2332008
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