Arne Janssen
Arne Janssen
Associate professor, University of Amsterdam, Professor honoris causa, Federal University of Viçosa
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TitleCited byYear
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
Herbivore arthropods benefit from vectoring plant viruses
B Belliure, A Janssen, PC Maris, D Peters, MW Sabelis
Ecology Letters 8 (1), 70-79, 2005
2222005
Review Behaviour and indirect interactions in food webs of plant-inhabiting arthropods
A Janssen, A Pallini, M Venzon, MW Sabelis
Experimental & Applied Acarology 22 (9), 497-521, 1998
2051998
Habitat structure and population persistence in an experimental community
SP Ellner, E McCauley, BE Kendall, CJ Briggs, PR Hosseini, SN Wood, ...
Nature 412 (6846), 538, 2001
1982001
Biological control of thrips and whiteflies by a shared predator: two pests are better than one
GJ Messelink, R van Maanen, SEF van Steenpaal, A Janssen
Biological Control 44 (3), 372-379, 2008
1912008
A herbivore that manipulates plant defence
RA Sarmento, F Lemos, PM Bleeker, RC Schuurink, A Pallini, ...
Ecology letters 14 (3), 229-236, 2011
1772011
Odour-mediated responses of phytophagous mites to conspecific and heterospecific competitors
A Pallini, A Janssen, MW Sabelis
Oecologia 110 (2), 179-185, 1997
1691997
Phytoseiid life-histories, local predator-prey dynamics, and strategies for control of tetranychid mites
A Janssen, MW Sabelis
Experimental & Applied Acarology 14 (3-4), 233-250, 1992
1691992
Phytoseiid predators suppress populations of Bemisia tabaci on cucumber plants with alternative food
M Nomikou, A Janssen, R Schraag, MW Sabelis
Experimental & applied acarology 27 (1-2), 57, 2002
1582002
Host selection by Asobara tabida Nees (Braconidae; Alysiinae) a larval parasitoid of fruit inhabiting Drosophila species
JJM Van Alphen, ARM Janssen
Netherlands Journal of Zoology 32 (2), 194-214, 1982
1541982
Predators use volatiles to avoid prey patches with conspecifics
A Janssen, J Bruin, G Jacobs, R Schraag, MW Sabelis
Journal of Animal Ecology, 223-232, 1997
1391997
The evolution of direct and indirect plant defence against herbivorous arthropods
MW Sabelis, M Van Baalen, FM Bakker, J Bruin, B Drukker, CJM Egas, ...
Herbivores: Between Plants and Predators, 109-166, 1999
1351999
Phytoseiid predators of whiteflies feed and reproduce on non-prey food sources
M Nomikou, A Janssen, MW Sabelis
Experimental & applied acarology 31 (1-2), 15-26, 2003
1332003
Optimal host selection by Drosophila parasitoids in the field
A Janssen
Functional Ecology, 469-479, 1989
1311989
Can plants use entomopathogens as bodyguards?
SL Elliot, MW Sabelis, A Janssen, van der Geest L.P.S., EAM Beerling, ...
Ecology Letters 3 (3), 228-235, 2000
121*2000
Diet of a polyphagous arthropod predator affects refuge seeking of its thrips prey
M Venzon, A Janssen, A Pallini, MW Sabelis
Animal Behaviour 60 (3), 369-375, 2000
1202000
Behavioral responses of predatory and herbivorous arthropods to induced plant volatiles: from evolutionary ecology to agricultural applications
MW Sabelis, A Janssen, A Pallini, M Venzon, J Bruin, ...
Induced plant defenses against pathogens and herbivores: biochemistry …, 1999
1151999
Mechanisms and ecological consequences of plant defence induction and suppression in herbivore communities
MR Kant, W Jonckheere, B Knegt, F Lemos, J Liu, BCJ Schimmel, ...
Annals of botany 115 (7), 1015-1051, 2015
1132015
Intraguild predation usually does not disrupt biological control
A Janssen, M Montserrat, R HilleRisLambers, AM de Roos, A Pallini, ...
Trophic and Guild in Biological Interactions Control, 21-44, 2006
1102006
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