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Maurice (Maus) W. Sabelis
Maurice (Maus) W. Sabelis
Professor in Population Biology, University of Amsteram
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Spider mites: their biology, natural enemies and control
W Helle, MW Sabelis
Elsevier 1, 141-160, 1985
10871985
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
8551990
How plants obtain predatory mites as bodyguards
M Dicke, MW Sabelis
Netherlands journal of zoology 38 (2-4), 148-165, 1987
7171987
Infochemical terminology: based on cost-benefit analysis rather than origin of compounds?
M Dicke, MW Sabelis
Functional ecology, 131-139, 1988
5681988
Biological control of two-spotted spider mites using phytoseiid predators
MW Sabelis
PQDT-Global, 1982
5141982
The dynamics of multiple infection and the evolution of virulence
M van Baalen, MW Sabelis
The American Naturalist 146 (6), 881-910, 1995
4931995
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
4671983
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
4222001
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
4182004
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
3912004
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
3702001
Habitat structure affects intraguild predation
A Janssen, MW Sabelis, S Magalhães, M Montserrat, T Van Der Hammen
Ecology 88 (11), 2713-2719, 2007
3562007
Reproductive strategies
MW Sabelis
Spider mites, their biology, natural enemies and control 1, 265-278, 1985
315*1985
Long range dispersal and searching behaviour
MW Sabelis, M Dicke
Spider mites and their control, 141-160, 1985
3051985
Eriophyoid mites: their biology, natural enemies and control
EE Lindquist, J Bruin, MW Sabelis
Elsevier, 1996
3001996
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
2842002
A herbivore that manipulates plant defence
RA Sarmento, F Lemos, PM Bleeker, RC Schuurink, A Pallini, ...
Ecology letters 14 (3), 229-236, 2011
2732011
Herbivore arthropods benefit from vectoring plant viruses
B Belliure, A Janssen, PC Maris, D Peters, MW Sabelis
Ecology Letters 8 (1), 70-79, 2005
2672005
1.5. 3. Evolutionary ecology: Life history patterns, food plant choice and dispersal
MW Sabelis, J Bruin
World crop pests 6, 329-366, 1996
2671996
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
2562001
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