Research Archive

Bio-Protection Research Centre

Research Archive

Bio-Protection Research Centre

 

Recent Submissions

  • Holdaway, R. J.; Wood, J. R.; Dickie, Ian; Orwin, K. H.; Bellingham, P. J.; Richardson, S. J.; Lyver, P. O.; Timoti, P.; Buckley, T. R. (New Zealand Ecological Society, 2017)
    © New Zealand Ecological Society. High throughput DNA sequencing technology has enabled entire biological communities to be characterised from DNA derived from pools of organisms, such as bulk-collected invertebrates, or ...
  • González-Chang, M.; Boyer, S.; Lefort, Marie-Caroline; Nboyine, Jerry; Wratten, Stephen D. (PeerJ, 2017-04-27)
    Background: Melolonthinae beetles, comprising different white grub species, are a globally-distributed pest group. Their larvae feed on roots of several crop and forestry species, and adults can cause severe defoliation. ...
  • Martoni, Francesco; Burckhardt, D.; Armstrong, Karen F. (Magnolia Press, 2016)
    A checklist of extant species of Psylloidea in New Zealand is presented. The list is structured according to the latest taxonomic classification of families, subfamilies and genera. It includes 99 species, 71 of which are ...
  • Tomasetto, F.; Tylianakis, J. M.; Reale, M.; Wratten, Stephen D.; Goldson, Stephen (National Academy of Sciences, 2017-04-11)
    Increased regulation of chemical pesticides and rapid evolution of pesticide resistance have increased calls for sustainable pest management. Biological control offers sustainable pest suppression, partly because evolution ...
  • Brookes, Jennifer Joy (Lincoln University, 2017-08-24)
    The aim of this study was to isolate fungal endophytes from maize in New Zealand (NZ) and to select endophytes with potential to reduce insect pests and/or plant diseases. Culture methods were used to isolate 322 isolates ...

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