Tristram D. Wyatt
Tristram D. Wyatt
Senior Research Fellow, Dept of Zoology, University of Oxford
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Pheromones and animal behaviour
TD Wyatt
Pheromones and animal behaviour, 2003
2158*2003
Pheromones and animal behavior: chemical signals and signatures (second edition)
TD Wyatt
Cambridge University Press, 2014
5102014
Pheromones and signature mixtures: defining species-wide signals and variable cues for identity in both invertebrates and vertebrates
TD Wyatt
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 196 (10), 685-700, 2010
3142010
Fifty years of pheromones
TD Wyatt
Nature 457 (7227), 262-263, 2009
1792009
The search for human pheromones: the lost decades and the necessity of returning to first principles
TD Wyatt
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1804), 20142994, 2015
1012015
How a subsocial intertidal beetle, Bledius spectabilis, prevents flooding and anoxia in its burrow
TD Wyatt
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 19 (5), 323-331, 1986
791986
Chemical aspects of host-plant specificity in three Larrea-feeding grasshoppers
RF Chapman, EA Bernays, T Wyatt
Journal of Chemical Ecology 14 (2), 561-579, 1988
671988
Flight and oviposition behavior toward different host plant species by the cabbage moth, Mamestra brassicae (L.)(Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)
JC Rojas, TD Wyatt, MC Birch
Journal of Insect Behavior 13 (2), 247-254, 2000
592000
Flight initiation by Prostephanus truncatus in relation to time of day, temperature, relative humidity and starvation
HY Fadamiro, TD Wyatt
Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 75 (3), 273-277, 1995
561995
Role of visual cues and interaction with host odour during the host‐finding behaviour of the cabbage moth
JC Rojas, TD Wyatt
Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 91 (1), 59-65, 1999
541999
The role of pre‐and post‐imaginal experience in the host‐finding and oviposition behaviour of the cabbage moth
JC Rojas, TD Wyatt
Physiological Entomology 24 (1), 83-89, 1999
541999
Turbulence, trees and semiochemicals: wind‐tunnel orientation of the predator, Rhizophagus grandis, to its barkbeetle prey, Dendroctonus micans
TD WYATT, ADG PHILLIPS, JC GRÉGOIRE
Physiological Entomology 18 (2), 204-210, 1993
441993
Proteins and peptides as pheromone signals and chemical signatures
TD Wyatt
Animal Behaviour 97, 273-280, 2014
432014
Are vectors able to learn about their hosts? A case study with Aedes aegypti mosquitoes
WJ Alonso, TD Wyatt, DW Kelly
Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 98, 665-672, 2003
432003
Putting pheromones to work: paths forward for direct control
TD Wyatt
Insect pheromone research, 445-459, 1997
411997
Insect behaviours associated with resource finding
J Hardie, G Gibson, TD Wyatt
Insect Movement: Mechanisms and Consequences. Royal Entomological Society …, 2001
392001
Flying beetles respond as moths predict: optomotor anemotaxis to pheromone plumes at different heights
HY Fadamiro, TD Wyatt, MC Birch
Journal of Insect Behavior 11 (4), 549-557, 1998
361998
Pheromones
TD Wyatt
Current Biology 27 (15), R739-R743, 2017
352017
Pheromones and behavior
TD Wyatt
Chemical communication in crustaceans, 23-38, 2010
352010
Mate location in the deathwatch beetle, Xestobium rufovillosum De Geer (Anobiidae): orientation to substrate vibrations
D Goulson, MC Birch, TD Wyatt
Animal behaviour 47 (4), 899-907, 1994
301994
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