Randa Jabbour
Randa Jabbour
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Relationships between biodiversity and biological control in agroecosystems: current status and future challenges
DW Crowder, R Jabbour
Biological Control 75, 8-17, 2014
992014
Soil management effects on entomopathogenic fungi during the transition to organic agriculture in a feed grain rotation
R Jabbour, ME Barbercheck
Biological Control 51 (3), 435-443, 2009
412009
Deconstructing bathymetric body size patterns in deep-sea gastropods
CR McClain, MA Rex, R Jabbour
Marine Ecology Progress Series 297, 181-187, 2005
402005
Labile carbon and other soil quality indicators in two tillage systems during transition to organic agriculture
DB Lewis, JP Kaye, R Jabbour, ME Barbercheck
Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 26 (4), 342-353, 2011
392011
Entomopathogen biodiversity increases host mortality
R Jabbour, DW Crowder, EA Aultman, WE Snyder
Biological Control 59 (2), 277-283, 2011
372011
Microbial community profiling to investigate transmission of bacteria between life stages of the wood-boring beetle, Anoplophora glabripennis
SM Geib, M del Mar Jimenez-Gasco, JE Carlson, M Tien, R Jabbour, ...
Microbial ecology 58 (1), 199-211, 2009
372009
Mental models of organic weed management: Comparison of New England US farmer and expert models
R Jabbour, S Zwickle, ER Gallandt, KE McPhee, RS Wilson, D Doohan
Renewable agriculture and food systems 29 (4), 319-333, 2014
322014
Soil and habitat complexity effects on movement of the entomopathogenic nematode Steinernema carpocapsae in maize
R Jabbour, ME Barbercheck
Biological Control 47 (2), 235-243, 2008
292008
Commercial crop yields reveal strengths and weaknesses for organic agriculture in the United States
AR Kniss, SD Savage, R Jabbour
PloS one 11 (8), e0161673, 2016
26*2016
Habitat effects on second-order predation of the seed predator Harpalus rufipes and implications for weed seedbank management
SK Birthisel, ER Gallandt, R Jabbour
Biological control 70, 65-72, 2014
232014
Organic farmer knowledge and perceptions are associated with on-farm weed seedbank densities in northern New England
R Jabbour, ER Gallandt, S Zwickle, RS Wilson, D Doohan
Weed Science 62 (2), 338-349, 2014
182014
A unifying gravity framework for dispersal
E Jongejans, O Skarpaas, MJ Ferrari, ES Long, JT Dauer, CM Schwarz, ...
Theoretical Ecology 8 (2), 207-223, 2015
162015
Effects of initial seed-bank density on weed seedling emergence during the transition to an organic feed-grain crop rotation
RG Smith, R Jabbour, AG Hulting, ME Barbercheck, DA Mortensen
Weed Science 57 (5), 533-540, 2009
142009
Multivariate relationships influencing crop yields during the transition to organic management
ME Schipanski, RG Smith, TLP Gareau, R Jabbour, DB Lewis, ...
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 189, 119-126, 2014
132014
Natural enemy functional identity, trait-mediated interactions and biological control
TD Northfield, DW Crowder, R Jabbour, WE Snyder
Trait-mediated indirect interactions: ecological and evolutionary …, 2012
122012
Soil microarthropod response to the application of entomopathogenic nematode-killed insects in maize and flower strip habitats
R Jabbour, ME Barbercheck
Pedobiologia 54 (4), 243-251, 2011
122011
Cover crop and tillage intensities alter ground-dwelling arthropod communities during the transition to organic production
R Jabbour, T Pisani-Gareau, RG Smith, C Mullen, M Barbercheck
Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 31 (4), 361-374, 2016
112016
Habitat and time are more important predictors of weed seed predation than space on a diversified vegetable farm in Maine, USA
SK Birthisel, ER Gallandt, R Jabbour, FA Drummond
Weed Science 63 (4), 916-927, 2015
92015
Wyoming producer priorities and perceptions of alfalfa insect pests
R Jabbour, S Noy
Journal of Integrated Pest Management 8 (1), 26, 2017
32017
Ecology and management of the alfalfa weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in western United States alfalfa
ME Pellissier, Z Nelson, R Jabbour
Journal of Integrated Pest Management 8 (1), 5, 2017
32017
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