Jacques Brodeur mainly investigates Ecology, Predation, Parasitoid, Biological pest control and Aphid. Borrowing concepts from Parasite hosting, he weaves in ideas under Ecology. His work in Predation covers topics such as Zoology which are related to areas like Resistance and Reproductive success.
Jacques Brodeur has researched Parasitoid in several fields, including Aphidius nigripes, Diapause and Parasitism. The various areas that Jacques Brodeur examines in his Biological pest control study include Pest control and Invasive species. Jacques Brodeur interconnects Macrosiphum euphorbiae, Aphididae and Cecidomyiidae in the investigation of issues within Aphid.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Parasitoid, Botany, Host and Aphid. His Predation, Foraging, Intraguild predation, Biological pest control and Trophic level study are his primary interests in Ecology. His Parasitoid research incorporates themes from Diapause and Parasitism.
His Botany research integrates issues from Population density and Horticulture. His research investigates the link between Host and topics such as Pupa that cross with problems in Longevity. He focuses mostly in the field of Aphid, narrowing it down to matters related to Aphididae and, in some cases, Agronomy.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Parasitoid, Zoology, Aphid, Diapause and Ecology. When carried out as part of a general Parasitoid research project, his work on Trichogramma is frequently linked to work in Context, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. Jacques Brodeur has included themes like PEST analysis, Host, Natural enemies, Insect and Scramble competition in his Zoology study.
His research integrates issues of Biological pest control and Predator in his study of Host. His studies in Aphid integrate themes in fields like Fecundity, Trade-off, Aphidius ervi and Ectotherm. The study incorporates disciplines such as Overwintering, Braconidae and Hymenoptera in addition to Diapause.
Jacques Brodeur focuses on Parasitoid, Ecology, Animal ecology, Diapause and Aphid. His Parasitoid research includes elements of Trophic level and Parasitism. Phenology is the focus of his Ecology research.
His studies examine the connections between Diapause and genetics, as well as such issues in Competition, with regards to Intraspecific competition, Hymenoptera, Life history theory and Braconidae. His Local adaptation research extends to Aphid, which is thematically connected. His Host study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as PEST analysis, Community, Foraging and Predator.
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Ecology and Management of the Soybean Aphid in North America
Annual Review of Entomology (2011)
Intraguild predation among aphid predators : Characterization and influence of extraguild prey density
Relationship Between Temperature and Developmental Rate of Stethorus punctillum (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) and Its Prey Tetranychus mcdanieli (Acarina: Tetranychidae)
Environmental Entomology (2002)
Intraguild interactions in aphid parasitoids.
Entomologia Experimentalis Et Applicata (2000)
FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY OF IMMATURE PARASITOIDS
Annual Review of Entomology (2001)
Potential of Lecanicillium spp. for management of insects, nematodes and plant diseases
Journal of Invertebrate Pathology (2008)
Do new Access and Benefit Sharing procedures under the Convention on Biological Diversity threaten the future of biological control
Matthew J. W Cock;Joop C. van Lenteren;Jacques Brodeur;Barbara I. P Barratt.
Behavioural effects of temperature on ectothermic animals: unifying thermal physiology and behavioural plasticity.
Biological Reviews (2017)
Seasonal microhabitat selection by an endoparasitoid through adaptive modification of host behavior.
Host Manipulation by Parasites
David P. Hughes;Jacques Brodeur;Frédéric Thomas.
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