Philip C Stevenson
Philip C Stevenson
Prof of Plant Chemistry & Head of Trait Diversity & Function at Royal Botanic Gardens Kew
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Threats to an ecosystem service: pressures on pollinators
AJ Vanbergen, Insect Pollinators Initiative
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11 (5), 251-259, 2013
Caffeine in floral nectar enhances a pollinator's memory of reward
GA Wright, DD Baker, MJ Palmer, D Stabler, JA Mustard, EF Power, ...
Science 339 (6124), 1202-1204, 2013
Plant secondary metabolites in nectar: impacts on pollinators and ecological functions
PC Stevenson, SW Nicolson, GA Wright
Functional Ecology 31 (1), 65-75, 2017
State of the World’s Plants and Fungi
A Antonelli, RJ Smith, C Fry, MSJ Simmonds, PJ Kersey, HW Pritchard, ...
Royal Botanic Gardens (Kew); Sfumato Foundation, 2020
Heliothis/Helicoverpa Management: Emerging Trends and Prospects for Future Research
HC Sharma, C Stevenson, Philip, CLL Gowda
Pesticidal plants in Africa: A global vision of new biological control products from local uses
PC Stevenson, MB Isman, SR Belmain
Industrial Crops and Products 110, 2-9, 2017
Synthesis of cicerfuran, an antifungal benzofuran, and some related analogues
SN Aslam, PC Stevenson, SJ Phythian, NC Veitch, DR Hall
Tetrahedron 62 (17), 4214-4226, 2006
Cost: benefit analysis of botanical insecticide use in cabbage: implications for smallholder farmers in developing countries
BW Amoabeng, GM Gurr, CW Gitau, PC Stevenson
Crop protection 57, 71-76, 2014
The use of indigenous ecological resources for pest control in Africa
D Grzywacz, PC Stevenson, WL Mushobozi, S Belmain, K Wilson
Food Security 6, 71-86, 2014
Antibacterial and antifungal activity of cicerfuran and related 2-arylbenzofurans and stilbenes
SN Aslam, PC Stevenson, T Kokubun, DR Hall
Microbiological Research 164 (2), 191-195, 2009
Host‐plant viral infection effects on arthropod‐vector population growth, development and behaviour: management and epidemiological implications
J Colvin, CA Omongo, MR Govindappa, PC Stevenson, MN Maruthi, ...
Advances in virus research 67, 419-452, 2006
Tri-trophic insecticidal effects of African plants against cabbage pests
BW Amoabeng, GM Gurr, CW Gitau, HI Nicol, L Munyakazi, PC Stevenson
PloS one 8 (10), e78651, 2013
Botanical pesticide production, trade and regulatory mechanisms in sub-Saharan Africa: making a case for plant-based pesticidal products
P Sola, BM Mvumi, JO Ogendo, O Mponda, JF Kamanula, SP Nyirenda, ...
Food Security 6, 369-384, 2014
Pesticidal plant extracts improve yield and reduce insect pests on legume crops without harming beneficial arthropods
Y Tembo, AG Mkindi, PA Mkenda, N Mpumi, R Mwanauta, PC Stevenson, ...
Frontiers in Plant Science 9, 1425, 2018
Farmers' insect pest management practices and pesticidal plant use in the protection of stored maize and beans in Southern Africa
J Kamanula, GW Sileshi, SR Belmain, P Sola, BM Mvumi, GKC Nyirenda, ...
International Journal of Pest Management 57 (1), 41-49, 2010
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DA Ofori, P Anjarwalla, L Mwaura, R Jamnadass, PC Stevenson, P Smith, ...
Molecules 2 (1), 1-12, 2020
Effects of isoflavonoids from Cicer on larvae of Heliocoverpa armigera
MSJ Simmonds, PC Stevenson
Journal of Chemical Ecology 27, 965-977, 2001
Chemistry of floral rewards: intra‐and interspecific variability of nectar and pollen secondary metabolites across taxa
EC Palmer‐Young, IW Farrell, LS Adler, NJ Milano, PA Egan, RR Junker, ...
Ecological Monographs 89 (1), e01335, 2019
Phenolic Compounds on the Pod-Surface of Pigeonpea, Cajanus cajan, Mediate Feeding Behavior of Helicoverpa armigera Larvae
PWC Green, PC Stevenson, MSJ Simmonds, HC Sharma
Journal of Chemical Ecology 29, 811-821, 2003
Extracts from field margin weeds provide economically viable and environmentally benign pest control compared to synthetic pesticides
P Mkenda, R Mwanauta, PC Stevenson, P Ndakidemi, K Mtei, ...
PloS one 10 (11), e0143530, 2015
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