Robert A. CHEKE
Robert A. CHEKE
Professor of Tropical Zoology, University of Greenwich
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Integrated pest management models and their dynamical behaviour
S Tang, Y Xiao, L Chen, RA Cheke
Bulletin of mathematical biology 67, 115-135, 2005
State-dependent impulsive models of integrated pest management (IPM) strategies and their dynamic consequences
S Tang, RA Cheke
Journal of Mathematical Biology 50, 257-292, 2005
Models for integrated pest control and their biological implications
S Tang, RA Cheke
Mathematical Biosciences 215 (1), 115-125, 2008
Evolution, epidemiology, and population genetics of black flies (Diptera: Simuliidae)
PH Adler, RA Cheke, RJ Post
Infection, Genetics and Evolution 10 (7), 846-865, 2010
Health and environmental impacts of pesticide use practices: a case study of farmers in Ekiti State, Nigeria
O Oluwole, RA Cheke
International journal of agricultural sustainability 7 (3), 153-163, 2009
Sunbirds: a guide to the sunbirds, flowerpeckers, spiderhunters and sugarbirds of the world
CF Mann, RA Cheke
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2010
Optimum timing for integrated pest management: modelling rates of pesticide application and natural enemy releases
S Tang, G Tang, RA Cheke
Journal of Theoretical Biology 264 (2), 623-638, 2010
Sliding bifurcations of Filippov two stage pest control models with economic thresholds
S Tang, J Liang, Y Xiao, RA Cheke
SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics 72 (4), 1061-1080, 2012
Progress in controlling the reinvasion of windborne vectors into the western area of the Onchocerciasis Control Programme in West Africa
RHA Baker, P Guillet, A Seketeli, P Poudiougo, D Boakye, MD Wilson, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. B, Biological …, 1990
Brown locust outbreaks and climate variability in southern Africa
MC Todd, R Washington, RA Cheke, D Kniveton
Journal of Applied Ecology 39 (1), 31-42, 2002
Multiple attractors of host–parasitoid models with integrated pest management strategies: Eradication, persistence and outbreak
S Tang, Y Xiao, RA Cheke
Theoretical population biology 73 (2), 181-197, 2008
Characterisation of nuclear ribosomal DNA sequences from Onchocerca volvulus and Mansonella ozzardi (Nematoda: Filarioidea) and development of a PCR-based method for their …
R Morales-Hojas, RJ Post, AJ Shelley, M Maia-Herzog, S Coscarón, ...
International Journal for Parasitology 31 (2), 169-177, 2001
Model-Based Geostatistical Mapping of the Prevalence of Onchocerca volvulus in West Africa
SJ O’Hanlon, HC Slater, RA Cheke, BA Boatin, LE Coffeng, SDS Pion, ...
PLoS neglected tropical diseases 10 (1), e0004328, 2016
Molecular systematics of five Onchocerca species (Nematoda: Filarioidea) including the human parasite, O. volvulus, suggest sympatric speciation
R Morales-Hojas, RA Cheke, RJ Post
Journal of helminthology 80 (3), 281-290, 2006
Threshold conditions for integrated pest management models with pesticides that have residual effects
S Tang, J Liang, Y Tan, RA Cheke
Journal of mathematical biology 66 (1), 1-35, 2013
Migration, patchiness, and population processes illustrated by two migrant pests
RA Cheke, JA Tratalos
Bioscience 57 (2), 145-154, 2007
The elimination of the onchocerciasis vector from the island of Bioko as a result of larviciding by the WHO African Programme for Onchocerciasis Control
S Traoré, MD Wilson, A Sima, T Barro, A Diallo, A Aké, S Coulibaly, ...
Acta tropica 111 (3), 211-218, 2009
Dynamical analysis of plant disease models with cultural control strategies and economic thresholds
S Tang, Y Xiao, RA Cheke
Mathematics and Computers in Simulation 80 (5), 894-921, 2010
Onchocerciasis transmission in Ghana: persistence under different control strategies and the role of the simuliid vectors
PHL Lamberton, RA Cheke, P Winskill, I Tirados, M Walker, ...
PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases 9 (4), e0003688, 2015
A migrant pest in the Sahel: the Senegalese grasshopper Oedaleus senegalensis
RA Cheke
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. B, Biological …, 1990
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