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- Janssen, A., et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Journal of applied entomology 2017 v.141 no.9 pp. 702-707
- Ephestia kuehniella; Orius insidiosus; Ricinus; Tyrophagus putrescentiae; bee pollen; biological control; crops; eggs; females; foods; juveniles; ornamental plants; oviposition; pest control; pests; pollen; vegetables
- ... Orius insidiosus is economically important for biological control of pests of vegetable and ornamental crops. To improve pest control with this predator, its densities in the crops can be enhanced by the provision of alternative foods, especially when prey are scarce. We therefore compared the performance of O. insidiosus on three alternative foods (Ricinus sp. pollen, bee pollen and the mixed sta ...
- Janssens, A., et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Food and bioproducts processing 2017 v.102 pp. 1-19
- Escherichia coli K12; algorithms; biochemical pathways; biomass; bioreactors; case studies; developmental stages; foods; metabolic flux analysis; metabolites; models; predictive microbiology; temperature
- ... In predictive microbiology, the (induced) lag-phase is a phenomenon of specific interest, as it has a large impact on the assessment of safety and quality of food products. This lag phase has been studied mostly on a macroscopic level. However, a quest for more mechanistically-based predictive models has started, for example, through the integration of a metabolic reaction network into widely used ...
- Janssen, A., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Experimental & applied acarology 2002 v.27 no.1/2 pp. 57-68
- Bemisia tabaci; foods; Typha latifolia; Cucumis sativus; biological control agents; Euseius; cucumbers; predatory mites; predation; population density; pollen; population dynamics; biological control