His primary scientific interests are in Botany, Aphid, Aphididae, Sex pheromone and Pheromone. His studies deal with areas such as Horticulture and Odor as well as Botany. His work carried out in the field of Aphid brings together such families of science as Entomophagous parasite, Host, Kairomone, Olfactometer and Acyrthosiphon pisum.
The various areas that Lester J. Wadhams examines in his Olfactometer study include Black bean aphid, Antenna, Electrophysiology and Aphis. His Sex pheromone study incorporates themes from Molecular genetics, Ecology, Insect olfaction and Biochemistry. The Pheromone study which covers Nepetalactol that intersects with Zoology, Megoura viciae and Sexual reproduction.
Lester J. Wadhams mainly investigates Botany, Aphid, Sex pheromone, Zoology and Pheromone. His work investigates the relationship between Botany and topics such as Olfactometer that intersect with problems in Methyl salicylate. Within one scientific family, Lester J. Wadhams focuses on topics pertaining to Foraging under Aphid, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Predation.
His Sex pheromone research incorporates elements of Nepetalactol, Phorodon humuli and Ecology, Mating. He studies Semiochemical which is a part of Zoology. Aphididae is a subfield of Homoptera that Lester J. Wadhams investigates.
His primary areas of investigation include Zoology, Aphid, Foraging, Semiochemical and Predation. His Zoology study typically links adjacent topics like Host. His Host research focuses on subjects like Molecular biology, which are linked to Ecology.
His study in Aphid is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Cultivar, Gene and Sex pheromone. The concepts of his Sex pheromone study are interwoven with issues in Macrosiphum euphorbiae, Parasitoid, Kairomone and Horticulture. Lester J. Wadhams specializes in Botany, namely Natural enemies.
Lester J. Wadhams mostly deals with Botany, Ecology, Aphid, Pheromone trap and Host. Lester J. Wadhams works in the field of Botany, namely Pheromone. His Aphid research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Zoology, Genetics, Sex pheromone, Cultivar and Kairomone.
His Sex pheromone study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Braconidae, Neuroptera, Hymenoptera and Pest control. The study incorporates disciplines such as Midge, Chrysopidae, Agronomy and Chrysopa in addition to Pheromone trap. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Sous vide and Molecular biology.
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The Chemical Ecology of Aphids
J. A. Pickett;L. J. Wadhams;C. M. Woodcock;J. Hardie.
Annual Review of Entomology (1992)
Identification of Semiochemicals Released During Aphid Feeding That Attract Parasitoid Aphidius ervi
Yongjun Du;Guy M. Poppy;Wilf Powell;John A. Pickett.
Journal of Chemical Ecology (1998)
New roles for cis-jasmone as an insect semiochemical and in plant defense.
Michael A. Birkett;Colin A. M. Campbell;Keith Chamberlain;Emilio Guerrieri.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2000)
Exploiting chemical ecology and species diversity : stem borer and striga control for maize and sorghum in Africa
Zeyaur R Khan;John A Pickett;Johnnie van den Berg;Lester J Wadhams.
Pest Management Science (2000)
Behavioral and electrophysiological responses of Aphids to host and nonhost plant volatiles.
Stephen F. Nottingham;Jim Hardie;Glenn W. Dawson;Alastair J. Hick.
Journal of Chemical Ecology (1991)
Control of witchweed Striga hermonthica by intercropping with Desmodium spp., and the mechanism defined as allelopathic.
Zeyaur R. Khan;Ahmed Hassanali;William Overholt;Tsanuo M. Khamis.
Journal of Chemical Ecology (2002)
Habitat management strategies for the control of cereal stemborers and striga in maize in Kenya
Z. R. Khan;J. A. Pickett;L. J. Wadhams;F. Muyekho.
International Journal of Tropical Insect Science (2001)
Winter host component reduces colonization by Bird-cherry-oat aphid, Rhopalosiphum padi (L.) (Homoptera, Aphididae), and other aphids in cereal fields
J. Pettersson;J. A. Pickett;B. J. Pye;A. Quiroz.
Journal of Chemical Ecology (1994)
Exploiting semiochemicals in insect control
Nicky Agelopoulos;Michael A Birkett;Alastair J Hick;Anthony M Hooper.
Pesticide Science (1999)
Methyl salicylate and (−)-(1R,5S)-myrtenal are plant-derived repellents for black bean aphid,Aphis fabae Scop. (Homoptera: Aphididae)
Jim Hardie;I Rufus Isaacs;John A. Pickett;Lester J. Wadhams.
Journal of Chemical Ecology (1994)
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