Stephen John Martin
Stephen John Martin
Chair in Soical Entomology, Salford University, Manchester, UK
Verified email at salford.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
The Transmission of Deformed Wing Virus between Honeybees (Apis melliferaL.) by the Ectoparasitic MiteVarroa jacobsoniOud
PL Bowen-Walker, SJ Martin, A Gunn
Journal of invertebrate pathology 73 (1), 101-106, 1999
3781999
Global Honey Bee Viral Landscape Altered by a Parasitic Mite
SJ Martin, AC Highfield, L Brettell, EM Villalobos, GE Budge, M Powell, ...
science 336 (6086), 1304-1306, 2012
3652012
The role of Varroa and viral pathogens in the collapse of honeybee colonies: a modelling approach
SJ Martin
Journal of Applied Ecology 38 (5), 1082-1093, 2001
3232001
Standard methods for varroa research
V Dietemann, F Nazzi, SJ Martin, DL Anderson, B Locke, KS Delaplane, ...
Journal of apicultural research 52 (1), 1-54, 2013
2232013
A review of ant cuticular hydrocarbons
S Martin, F Drijfhout
Journal of chemical ecology 35 (10), 1151-1161, 2009
1932009
Deformed wing virus implicated in overwintering honeybee colony losses
AC Highfield, A El Nagar, LCM Mackinder, MLJN Laure, MJ Hall, ...
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 75 (22), 7212-7220, 2009
1822009
Ontogenesis of the mite Varroa jacobsoni Oud. in worker brood of the honeybee Apis mellifera L. under natural conditions
SJ Martin
Experimental and Applied Acarology 18 (2), 87-100, 1994
1771994
The dynamics of virus epidemics in Varroa‐infested honey bee colonies
DJT Sumpter, SJ Martin
Journal of Animal Ecology 73 (1), 51-63, 2004
1692004
Chemical basis of nest-mate discrimination in the ant Formica exsecta
SJ Martin, E Vitikainen, H Helanterä, FP Drijfhout
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1640), 1271-1278, 2008
1572008
A population model for the ectoparasitic mite< i> Varroa jacobsoni</i> in honey bee (< i> Apis mellifera</i>) colonies
S Martin
Ecological modelling 109 (3), 267-281, 1998
1471998
Deformed wing virus is a recent global epidemic in honeybees driven by Varroa mites
L Wilfert, G Long, HC Leggett, P Schmid-Hempel, R Butlin, SJM Martin, ...
Science 351 (6273), 594-597, 2016
1352016
Parasitic Cape honeybee workers, Apis mellifera capensis, evade policing
SJ Martin, M Beekman, TC Wossler, FLW Ratnieks
Nature 415 (6868), 163, 2002
1232002
Learning and Discrimination of Individual Cuticular Hydrocarbons by Honeybees (Apis mellifera)
N Châline, JC Sandoz, SJ Martin, FLW Ratnieks, GR Jones
Chemical Senses 30 (4), 327-335, 2005
1092005
Evolution of species‐specific cuticular hydrocarbon patterns in Formica ants
SJ MARTIN, H HELANTERÄ, FP DRIJFHOUT
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 95 (1), 131-140, 2008
962008
Ontogenesis of the mite Varroa jacobsoni Oud. in drone brood of the honeybee Apis mellifera L. under natural conditions
SJ Martin
Experimental and Applied Acarology 19 (4), 199-210, 1995
931995
Honey bee colony collapse and changes in viral prevalence associated with Varroa destructor
NL Carreck, BV Ball, SJ Martin
J. Apic. Res 49, 93-94, 2010
902010
Cuticular hydrocarbon profiles as a taxonomic tool: advantages, limitations and technical aspects
R KATHER, SJ MARTIN
Physiological Entomology 37 (1), 25-32, 2012
792012
A comparative study of Varroa jacobsoni reproduction in worker cells of honey bees (Apis mellifera) in England and Africanized bees in Yucatan, Mexico
LM Medina, SJ Martin
Experimental and Applied Acarology 23 (8), 659-667, 1999
771999
and the collapse of Apis mellifera L. colonies
S Martin, H John
77*1998
Longevity and detection of persistent foraging trails in Pharaoh's ants,< i> Monomorium pharaonis</i>(L.)
DE Jackson, SJ Martin, M Holcombe, FLW Ratnieks
Animal behaviour 71 (2), 351-359, 2006
752006
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