Lisa Neven
Lisa Neven
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Current trends in quarantine entomology
PA Follett, LG Neven
Annu. Rev. Entomol. 51, 359-385, 2006
Physiological responses of insects to heat
LG Neven
Postharvest Biology and Technology 21 (1), 103-111, 2000
Characterization of a spinach gene responsive to low temperature and water stress
LG Neven, DW Haskell, A Hofig, QB Li, CL Guy
Plant molecular biology 21 (2), 291-305, 1993
Characterization of a gene for spinach CAP160 and expression of two spinach cold-acclimation proteins in tobacco
C Kaye, L Neven, A Hofig, QB Li, D Haskell, C Guy
Plant Physiology 116 (4), 1367-1377, 1998
Hydration-state-responsive proteins link cold and drought stress in spinach
C Guy, D Haskell, L Neven, P Klein, C Smelser
Planta 188 (2), 265-270, 1992
Dielectric properties of apple cultivars and codling moth larvae
JN Ikediala, J Tang, SR Drake, LG Neven
Transactions of the ASAE 43 (5), 1175, 2000
Hemolymph proteins involved in insect subzero-temperature tolerance: ice nucleators and antifreeze proteins
JG Duman, L Xu, LG Neven, D Tursman, DW Wu
Insects at low temperature, 94-127, 1991
Expression patterns of three heat shock protein 70 genes among developmental stages of the red flour beetle, Tribolium castaneum (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae)
R Mahroof, KY Zhu, L Neven, B Subramanyam, J Bai
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2005
CATTS (Controlled Atmosphere Temperature Treatment System): A novel tool for the development of quarantine treatments
LG Neven, EJ Mitcham
American entomologist 42 (1), 56-59, 1996
Quarantine treatment of cherries using 915 MHz microwaves: temperature mapping, codling moth mortality and fruit quality
JN Ikediala, J Tang, LG Neven, SR Drake
Postharvest Biology and Technology 16 (2), 127-137, 1999
Association of 70-kilodalton heat-shock cognate proteins with acclimation to cold
LG Neven, DW Haskell, CL Guy, N Denslow, PA Klein, LG Green, ...
Plant Physiology 99 (4), 1362-1369, 1992
Modified and controlled atmospheres for the storage, transportation, and packaging of horticultural commodities
EM Yahia
CRC press, 2009
Comparison of alternative postharvest quarantine treatments for sweet cherries
LG Neven, SR Drake
Postharvest Biology and Technology 20 (2), 107-114, 2000
Neo-sex chromosomes and adaptive potential in tortricid pests
P Nguyen, M Sýkorová, J Šíchová, V Kůta, M Dalíková, RČ Frydrychová, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (17), 6931-6936, 2013
Development of genetic sexing strains in Lepidoptera: from traditional to transgenic approaches
F Marec, LG Neven, AS Robinson, M Vreysen, MR Goldsmith, J Nagaraju, ...
Journal of economic entomology 98 (2), 248-259, 2005
Physiological development time and zero development temperature of the codling moth (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae)
JF Howell, LG Neven
Environmental Entomology 29 (4), 766-772, 2000
Insect pests and fresh horticultural products. Treatments and responses
RE Paull, JW Armstrong
Wallingford (United Kingdom) CAB International, 1994
Comparison of prestorage heat treatments on fifth-instar codling moth (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) mortality
LG Neven, LM Rehfield
Journal of Economic Entomology 88 (5), 1371-1375, 1995
Freeze-tolerance adaptations, including haemolymph protein and lipoprotein nucleators, in the larvae of the cranefly Tipula trivittata
JG Duman, LG Neven, JM Beals, KR Olson, FJ Castellino
Journal of insect Physiology 31 (1), 1-8, 1985
The potential of the fungus, Muscodor albus, as a microbial control agent of potato tuber moth (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) in stored potatoes
LA Lacey, LG Neven
Journal of invertebrate pathology 91 (3), 195-198, 2006
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