Maurice (Maus) W. Sabelis
Maurice (Maus) W. Sabelis
Professor in Population Biology, University of Amsteram
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TitleCited byYear
Spider mites: their biology, natural enemies and control
W Helle, MW Sabelis
Elsevier 1, 141-160, 1985
8441985
Plant strategies of manipulating predatorprey interactions through allelochemicals: prospects for application in pest control
M Dicke, MW Sabelis, J Takabayashi, J Bruin, MA Posthumus
Journal of Chemical Ecology 16 (11), 3091-3118, 1990
7791990
How plants obtain predatory mites as bodyguards
M Dicke, MW Sabelis
Netherlands journal of zoology 38 (2-4), 148-165, 1987
6381987
The dynamics of multiple infection and the evolution of virulence
M van Baalen, MW Sabelis
The American Naturalist 146 (6), 881-910, 1995
505*1995
Infochemical terminology: based on cost-benefit analysis rather than origin of compounds?
M Dicke, MW Sabelis
Functional ecology, 131-139, 1988
4731988
Biological control of two-spotted spider mites using phytoseiid predators
MW Sabelis
Pudoc, 1982
4451982
Location of distant spider mite colonies by phytoseiid predators: demonstration of specific kairomones emitted by Tetranychus urticae and Panonychus ulmi
MW Sabelis, HE Van de Baan
Entomologia experimentalis et applicata 33 (3), 303-314, 1983
4291983
Differential timing of spider mite-induced direct and indirect defenses in tomato plants
MR Kant, K Ament, MW Sabelis, MA Haring, RC Schuurink
Plant Physiology 135 (1), 483-495, 2004
3412004
Alternative food, switching predators, and the persistence of predator-prey systems
M Van Baalen, V Křivan, PCJ van Rijn, MW Sabelis
The American Naturalist 157 (5), 512-524, 2001
3292001
Jasmonic acid is a key regulator of spider mite-induced volatile terpenoid and methyl salicylate emission in tomato
K Ament, MR Kant, MW Sabelis, MA Haring, RC Schuurink
Plant Physiology 135 (4), 2025-2037, 2004
3102004
Long range dispersal and searching behaviour
MW Sabelis, M Dicke
Spider mites and their control, 141-160, 1985
2851985
Inducible indirect defence of plants: from mechanisms to ecological functions
M Dicke, RMP van Poecke, JG de Boer
Basic and applied ecology 4 (1), 27-42, 2003
2792003
Phytoseiid predators as potential biological control agents for Bemisia tabaci
M Nomikou, A Janssen, R Schraag, MW Sabelis
Experimental & Applied Acarology 25 (4), 271-291, 2001
2752001
Habitat structure affects intraguild predation
A Janssen, MW Sabelis, S Magalhães, M Montserrat, T Van der Hammen
Ecology 88 (11), 2713-2719, 2007
2732007
Reproductive strategies
MW Sabelis
Spider mites: their biology, natural enemies and control, 1985
272*1985
Eriophyoid mites: their biology, natural enemies and control
EE Lindquist, J Bruin, MW Sabelis
Elsevier, 1996
2541996
Adaptive dynamics of infectious diseases: in pursuit of virulence management
U Dieckmann, JAJ Metz, MW Sabelis
Cambridge University Press, 2005
2462005
Plants protect their roots by alerting the enemies of grubs
RWHM Van Tol, ATC Van Der Sommen, MIC Boff, J Van Bezooijen, ...
Ecology Letters 4 (4), 292-294, 2001
2322001
Anatomy, Phylogeny and Systematics. 1. 1. 1. External Anatomy
EE Lindquist
Spider mites. Their biology, natural enemies and control. 1, 3-28, 1985
2321985
How plants benefit from providing food to predators even when it is also edible to herbivores
PCJ van Rijn, YM van Houten, MW Sabelis
Ecology 83 (10), 2664-2679, 2002
2262002
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