Pest control, Botany, Context, Ecology and Integrated pest management are his primary areas of study. Pest control is the subject of his research, which falls under Agronomy. Philip C. Stevenson combines subjects such as Asterales and Euphorbiaceae with his study of Agronomy.
His work in Botany is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Food science. His Integrated pest management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Agroforestry, Ecosystem services, Agriculture, Sorghum and Cultural control. His work on Crop protection as part of his general Agroforestry study is frequently connected to Business and Global vision, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
His main research concerns Botany, Pollinator, Agronomy, Pest control and Nectar. His work on Toxicity expands to the thematically related Botany. His study focuses on the intersection of Pollinator and fields such as Foraging with connections in the field of Zoology, Bombus terrestris and Nosema bombi.
His studies deal with areas such as PEST analysis and Horticulture as well as Agronomy. His Pest control research integrates issues from Agroforestry, Pesticide, Biotechnology and Integrated pest management. Philip C. Stevenson focuses mostly in the field of Nectar, narrowing it down to topics relating to Nectar source and, in certain cases, Nectar guide.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Pollinator, Pollen, Nectar, Botany and Pollination. Pollinator is a subfield of Ecology that Philip C. Stevenson investigates. Philip C. Stevenson has included themes like Zoology, Herbivore and Abiotic component in his Nectar study.
His study focuses on the intersection of Botany and fields such as Phytosterol with connections in the field of Chemotaxonomy and Chemical ecology. His Pollination study also includes fields such as
His primary scientific interests are in Pollinator, Nectar, Integrated pest management, Herbivore and Pollination. His Pollinator research is included under the broader classification of Ecology. In his work, Adaptation and Insect is strongly intertwined with Zoology, which is a subfield of Nectar.
His studies in Integrated pest management integrate themes in fields like Pesticide, Plutella, Myzus persicae and Horticulture. As part of his Pollen and Botany and Pollination studies, Philip C. Stevenson is studying Pollination. Philip C. Stevenson has researched Botany in several fields, including Species richness, Intraspecific competition, Selective breeding and Abiotic component.
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Caffeine in Floral Nectar Enhances a Pollinator's Memory of Reward
G. A. Wright;D. D. Baker;M. J. Palmer;D. Stabler.
Synthesis of cicerfuran, an antifungal benzofuran, and some related analogues
Shazia N. Aslam;Philip C. Stevenson;Philip C. Stevenson;Sara J. Phythian;Nigel C. Veitch.
Plant secondary metabolites in nectar: impacts on pollinators and ecological functions
Philip C. Stevenson;Philip C. Stevenson;Susan W. Nicolson;Geraldine A. Wright.
Functional Ecology (2017)
Antibacterial and antifungal activity of cicerfuran and related 2-arylbenzofurans and stilbenes.
Shazia N. Aslam;Philip C. Stevenson;Philip C. Stevenson;Tetsuo Kokubun;David R. Hall.
Microbiological Research (2009)
Heliothis/ helicoverpa management: emerging trends and strategies for future research
H C Sharma;P C Stevenson;C L L Gowda.
Heliothis/Helicoverpa management: emerging trends and strategies for future research. (2005)
Host-plant viral infection effects on arthropod-vector population growth, development and behaviour: management and epidemiological implications
John Colvin;C.A. Omongo;M.R. Govindappa;Philip C. Stevenson;Philip C. Stevenson.
Advances in Virus Research (2006)
Effects of isoflavonoids from Cicer on larvae of Heliocoverpa armigera.
Monique S. J. Simmonds;Philip C. Stevenson.
Journal of Chemical Ecology (2001)
Pesticidal plants in Africa: A global vision of new biological control products from local uses
Philip C. Stevenson;Philip C. Stevenson;Murray B. Isman;Steven R. Belmain.
Industrial Crops and Products (2017)
Cost:benefit analysis of botanical insecticide use in cabbage: Implications for smallholder farmers in developing countries
Blankson W. Amoabeng;Blankson W. Amoabeng;Geoff M. Gurr;Catherine W. Gitau;Philip C. Stevenson;Philip C. Stevenson.
Crop Protection (2014)
Phenolic compounds on the pod-surface of pigeonpea, Cajanus cajan, mediate feeding behavior of Helicoverpa armigera larvae.
Paul W. C. Green;Philip C. Stevenson;Monique S. J. Simmonds;Hari C. Sharma.
Journal of Chemical Ecology (2003)
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