Laura Ingwell
Laura Ingwell
Assistant Professor, Purdue University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei purdue.edu
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Plant viruses alter insect behavior to enhance their spread
LL Ingwell, SD Eigenbrode, NA Bosque-Pérez
Scientific reports 2 (1), 1-6, 2012
2522012
The impact of lianas on 10 years of tree growth and mortality on Barro Colorado Island, Panama
LL Ingwell, S Joseph Wright, KK Becklund, SP Hubbell, SA Schnitzer
Journal of Ecology 98 (4), 879-887, 2010
2132010
Using citizen science programs to identify host resistance in pest‐invaded forests
LL Ingwell, EL Preisser
Conservation Biology 25 (1), 182-188, 2011
682011
Conditional vector preference aids the spread of plant pathogens: results from a model
BK Roosien, R Gomulkiewicz, LL Ingwell, NA Bosque-Pérez, ...
Environmental entomology 42 (6), 1299-1308, 2013
412013
Vegetation and invertebrate community response to Eastern Hemlock decline in southern New England
LL Ingwell, M Miller-Pierce, RT Trotter, EL Preisser
Northeastern Naturalist 19 (4), 541-559, 2012
202012
Intraspecific variation in Tsuga canadensis foliar chemistry
L Ingwell, J Brady, M Fitzpatrick, B Maynard, R Casagrande, E Preisser
Northeastern Naturalist 16 (4), 585-594, 2009
152009
The invasive weed Ventenata dubia is a host of Barley yellow dwarf virus with implications for an endangered grassland habitat
LL Ingwell, NA Bosque‐Pérez
Weed research 55 (1), 62-70, 2015
132015
High tunnels: protection for rather than from insect pests?
LL Ingwell, SL Thompson, I Kaplan, RE Foster
Pest management science 73 (12), 2439-2446, 2017
82017
Arundo donax infection with Barley yellow dwarf virus has implications for biofuel production and nonmanaged habitats
CMSNABP Ingwell, L.L., R. Zemetra
Biomass and Bioenergy, 2014
82014
Interactions between Metopolophium festucae cerealium (Hemiptera: Aphididae) and Barley yellow dwarf virus (BYDV-PAV)
SE Sadeghi, J Bjur, L Ingwell, L Unger, NA Bosque-Pérez, ...
Journal of Insect Science 16 (1), 2016
62016
New experimental hosts of Barley yellow dwarf virus among wild grasses, with implications for grassland habitats
LL Ingwell, NA Bosque‐Pérez
Plant Pathology 64 (6), 1300-1307, 2015
52015
Tailoring insect biocontrol for high tunnels
LL Ingwell, DA Avila-Ruiz, R Foster, I Kaplan
Biological Control 123, 76-86, 2018
42018
Domesticated tomatoes are more vulnerable to negative plant–soil feedbacks than their wild relatives
J Carrillo, LL Ingwell, X Li, I Kaplan
Journal of Ecology 107 (4), 1753-1766, 2019
32019
Agroecological and environmental factors influence Barley yellow dwarf viruses in grasslands in the US Pacific Northwest
LL Ingwell, C Lacroix, PR Rhoades, AV Karasev, NA Bosque-Pérez
Virus research 241, 185-195, 2017
22017
Insect exclusion screens reduce cucumber beetle infestations in high tunnels, increasing cucurbit yield
LL Ingwell, I Kaplan
Journal of economic entomology 112 (4), 1765-1773, 2019
12019
Comparing Prophylactic Versus Threshold-Based Insecticide Programs for Striped Cucumber Beetle (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) Management in Watermelon
JJ Ternest, LL Ingwell, RE Foster, I Kaplan
Journal of Economic Entomology, 2020
2020
Parthenocarpic Cucumber Cultivar Evaluation in High-tunnel Production
W Guan, ET Maynard, B Aly, J Zakes, DS Egel, LL Ingwell
HortTechnology 1 (aop), 1-9, 2019
2019
Supplementary Information Plant Viruses Alter Insect Behavior to Enhance their Spread
LL Ingwell, SD Eigenbrode, NA Bosque-Pérez
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