Knowledge for a sustainable world

BSc., PhD., FRES.
Professor Philip C Stevenson
Professor of Plant Chemistry and Head of Chemical Ecology and Plant Biochemistry Group

Agriculture, Health and Environment Department

Natural Resources Institute, Faculty of Engineering & Science

+44 (0)1634 88 3212

P.C.Stevenson@gre.ac.uk

Phil Stevenson is Professor of Plant Chemistry at the Natural Resources Institute within the University of Greenwich where he is Head of the Chemical Ecology research group. He also holds a dual position as a NERC Merit researcher and Senior Research Leader of Chemical Ecology at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

Phil’s research has focussed on the biological and ecological role of plant chemicals and understanding how these compounds can be used to support sustainable agriculture. This work includes research on pollen and nectar chemistry to determine their role in pollinator behaviour and health and behavioural ecology, natural pest resistance in crops to identify breeding traits and the optimisation of pesticidal plants (botanical insecticides) as benign and affordable alternatives to synthetic insecticides. Phil has led major research and development projects won through competitive bids to programmes including: DFID, BBSRC, DEFRA, McKnight Foundation, European Union (ACP Science and Technology programmes), USDA and NSF (USA). Other smaller grants have been won competitively through the Science Foundation of Ireland, Higher Education Funding Council for England and the Millennium Science Foundation (Uganda) and DFID's competitive research facility. The projects have funded research activities, training and capacity building activities and agricultural development. This research has been published in 150 international journal articles, books and books chapters including recent papers in Science, Current Biology, Journal of Ecology, Biology Letters, Scientific Reports and Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.

His international scientific role is represented through positions on the editorial boards of journals including Subject Editor at the Bulletin of Entomological Research, Regional Editor of Biopesticides International and the Editorial board of Crop Protection. He is a Fellow of the Royal Entomological Society and Member of the British Ecological Society.

My research interests lie in the opportunities to exploit plant chemicals to improve and enhance agriculture and agroecosystems in environmentally benign ways. These include understanding the chemical basis of resistance mechanisms in crops to insects and diseases and exploiting natural insecticidal compounds in plants that can replace synthetic and ecological damaging pesticides for small holder farmers in developing countries – e.g. botanical insecticides and pesticidal plants.

I am increasingly interested in the role plant chemicals play in the interactions between plants and insects – particularly pollinators. This work has a huge potential impact in understanding more about the role of natural products in bee food that might influence pollinator susceptibility to major constraints such as pathogens and parasites and also learning more about about how nutritional homeostasis in bees influences their ability to respond to or cope with pesticides.

My inaugural lecture was on the topic of 'Sex and Drugs and Pest Control: The Ecology and Application of Plant Chemistry' and was given on Wednesday, 11 June 2014.
The lecture can be viewed at http://youtu.be/5vrqaJpkjkw

Optimising Pesticidal Plants

Technology Innovation, Outreach and Networks (OPTIONs) project is a project (Value Euros 1,000K) funded by the European Union Africa Caribbean and Pacific Groups of States Science and technology Programme to research ways to optimise the improved use and uptake of pesticidal plants as pest management alternatives for small holder farmers in sub Saharan Africa. The project will develop strategies to increase accessibility to plant materials through propagation and elite provenance selection based on chemical analysis and biological study to ensure that promotion of the technology is sustainable, reliable and effective.

Bee medicine

This project is in collaboration with the University of Massachusetts and Dartmouth College in USA and aims to determine how plant chemical sin the nectar and pollen of agricultural crops influence pollinators ability to cope with diseases including Nosema and Crithidia. This project will work closely alongside a National Science Foundation grant won by Phil at Royal Botanic Gardens Kew with the same partners and together will determine which flowering species impact positively or negatively on bees and potentially alleviate or exacerbate pollinator declines and colony collapses. The overall premise is that plant chemical could provide protection against disease or where toxic could weaken pollinators and make them more susceptible to the effects of diseases.

Future areas of research will probably focus more on the pollinators as the potential global impact of this work is huge in terms of enhancing pollinator health and providing important impacts at landscape levels. Stevenson's recent research published in Science and Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment indicate the height of interest in this area of research.

2018

  • Amoabeng, B.W., Stevenson, P.C., Pandey, S., Mochiah, M.B. & Gurr, G.M. (2018) Insecticidal activity of a native Australian tobacco, Nicotiana megalosiphon Van Heurck & Muell. Arg. (Solanales: Solanaceae) against key insect pests of brassicas. Crop Protection 106: 6–12. (doi.org/10.1016/j.cropro.2017.11.018)
  • Arnold, S.E.J., Perry, G.B., Spinelli, G.R., Pierre, B., Murray, F., Haughton, C., Dockery, O., Grey, L., Murphy, S.T., Belmain, S.R. & Stevenson, P.C. (2018) The significance of climate in the pollinator dynamics of a tropical agroforestry system. Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment, 254, 1-9.( doi.org/10.1016/j.agee.2017.11.013)
  • Rothchild, K.W., Adler, L.S., Irwin, R.E., Sadd, B.M., Stevenson, P.C., Palmer-Young, E., Effects of short‐term exposure to naturally occurring thymol concentrations on transmission of a bumble bee parasite, Ecological Entomology (In press). doi.org/10.1111/een.12631

2017

  • Barlow, S., Wright G.A., Ma, C., Barberis, M., Farrell, I.W., Marr, E.M., Brankin, A., Pavlik, B.M., Stevenson, P.C. 2017. Distasteful nectar deters floral robbery. Current Biology, 27, 2552-2558. (doi:10.1016/j.cub.2017.07.012).
  • Koch, H., and Stevenson, P.C. (2017) Do Linden trees kill bees? Reviewing the causes of bee deaths on Silver Linden (Tilia tomentosa). Biology Letters, 13, 20170484. (doi:10.1098/rsbl.2017.0484).
  • Wright, G.A., Shafir, S., Nicolson, S.W. and Stevenson, P.C. (2017) Bee Nutrition. GB Patent 2016/053573 Filed 16.11.2016 Issued 25/05/17
  • Green, P.W.C., Belmain, S.R., Ndakidemi, Patrick A., Farrell, I.W. and Stevenson, P.C. (2017) Insecticidal activity in Tithonia diversifolia and Vernonia amygdalina. Industrial Crops and Products. 110, 15-21. (doi:10.1016/j.indcrop.2017.06.036).
  • Stevenson, P.C., Isman, M. B. and Belmain, S.R. (2017) Pesticidal plants in Africa: a global vision of new biological control products from local uses. Industrial Crops and Products. 110, 2-9. (doi.org/10.1016/j.indcrop.2017.08.034).
  • Rioba, N. B. and Stevenson, P.C. (2017) Ageratum conyzoides L. for the management of pests and diseases by small holder farmers. Industrial Crops and Products. 110, 22-29. (doi.org/10.1016/j.indcrop.2017.06.068)
  • Kamanula, J.F., Belmain, S.R., Hall, D.R., Farman, D.I., Goyder, David J., Mvumi, Brighton M., Masumbu, Friday F. and Stevenson, P.C. (2017) Chemical variation and insecticidal activity of Lippia javanica (Burm. F.) Spreng essential oil against Sitophilus zeamais Motschulsky. Industrial Crops and Products. 110, 75-82. (doi:10.1016/j.indcrop.2017.06.036).
  • Egan, P.A., Richardson, L., Stevenson P.C. (2017). Nectar feeders take their vitamins. Science. eLetter. http://science.sciencemag.org/content/355/6326/733/tab-e-letters
  • Anyanga, M.O, Yada B., Yencho, G.C., Ssemakula, G.N., Farman, D. I., Mwanga, R.O.M and P.C. Stevenson. 2017. Segregation of Hydroxycinnamic Acid Esters Mediating Sweetpotato Weevil Resistance in Storage Roots of Sweetpotato Frontiers in Plant Science. 8, 1011.(doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2017.01011).
  • Koch, H., Brown M.J.F., Stevenson P.C. (2017) The role of disease in bee foraging ecology, Current Opinion in Insect Science. 21, 60–67.(doi: 10.1016/j.cois.2017.05.008)
  • Folly, A.J., Koch, H., Stevenson, P.C., Mark J.F. Brown. (2017) Larvae act as a transient transmission hub for the prevalent bumblebee parasite Crithidia bombi. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 148, 81–85.(doi: 10.1016/j.jip.2017.06.001).
  • Yada, B., Alajo, A., Ssemakula, G.N., Brown-Guedira, G., Otema, M.A., Stevenson, P.C., Mwanga, R.O.M., Yencho, G.C. (2017) Identification of simple sequence repeat markers for sweetpotato weevil resistance. Euphytica. 213, 129. (DOI 10.1007/s10681-017-1917-1).
  • Stevenson, P.C., Nicolson, S.W. Wright, G.A. (2017). Plant Secondary Metabolites in Nectar: Impacts on Pollinators and Ecological Functions. Functional Ecology, 31, 65-75. (DOI:10.1111/1365-2435.12761).
  • Mkindi, A., Mpumi, N., Tembo, Y., Stevenson, P.C., Ndakidemi, P.A., Mtei, M., Machunda, R., Belmain, S.R. (2017) Invasive weeds with pesticidal properties as potential new crops, Industrial Crops and Products. 110, 113-122. (doi.org/10.1016/j.indcrop.2017.06.002)
  • Guerra, P.C, Keil, C., Stevenson, P.C, Mina, M, Samaniego, S, Peralta, E., Mazon, N. and Chancellor T.C.B. (2017) Larval Performance and Adult Attraction of Delia platura (Diptera: Anthomyiidae) in a Native and an Introduced Crop, Journal of Economic Entomology 110: 186-191. (doi.org/10.1093/jee/tow237)

2016

  • Scott-Brown, A., Gregory, T., Farrell, I., Stevenson, P.C. (2016). Leaf trichomes and grayanotoxin 1 mediate plant defense against glasshouse thrips in Rhododendron simsii. Functional Plant Biology. 43, 1170-1182. DOI: 10.1071/FP16045
  • Tjiurutue, M.C., Stevenson P.C., Adler, L.S. (2016) Messages from the other side: Parasites Receive Damage Cues from their Host Plants. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 42, 821-828. DOI: 10.1007/s10886-016-0746-3.
  • Palmer-Young, E.C., Sadd, B.M., Stevenson, P.C. Irwin, R.E. and Adler, L.S. (2016) Bumble bee parasite strains vary in resistance to phytochemicals. Scientific Reports. 6:37087 doi: 10.1038/srep37087
  • Arnold, S.E.J., Stevenson, P.C. and Belmain, S.R. (2016) Shades of yellow: interactive effects of visual and odour cues in a pest beetles. Peer J. 4, e2219. doi: 10.7717/peerj.2219
  • Stevenson, P.C., Green, P.W.C., Veitch, N.C., Farrell, I., Kusolwa, P. Belmain, S.R., (2016) Nor-Hopanes explain pest control activity of Zanha africana root bark. Phytochemistry. 123, 25–32. DOI: 10.1016/j.phytochem.2016.01.008
  • Stevenson, P.C., Grayer, R.G. (2016) In Memoriam Nigel C. Veitch, January 26th 1965–September 1st 2014. Phytochemistry, 122, 301–302.
  • Egan, P.A., Stevenson, P.C., Wright, G.A., Boylan, F, Stout, J.C. (2016) Toxic nectar varies at multiple spatial scales and in response to plant invasion. Journal of Ecology. 104, 1106–1115. doi: 10.1111/1365-2745.12573
  • Tiedeken E-J., Egan, P.A., Stevenson, P.C., Wright, G.A., Brown, M.J.F., Power, E.F., Farrell., I., Matthews, S.M., Stout, J.C. (2016) Nectar chemistry modulates the impact of invasive plant species on native pollinators. Functional Ecology. 30, 885-893. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2435.12588
  • Stevenson P.C., and Belmain S.R., (2016) Pesticidal Plants in African Agriculture: Local uses and global perspectives. Outlook on Pest Management, 10, 226-229. DOI.org/10.1564/v27_oct_10

2015

  • Oliver, C., Softley, S., Williamson, S., Stevenson P. C.; Wright, G.A. (2015) Pyrethroids and Nectar Toxins Have Subtle Effects on the Motor Function, Grooming and Wing Fanning Behaviour of Honeybees (Apis mellifera). PLoS One. 10 (8), e0133733. doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0133733
  • Arnold, S.E.J., Stevenson, P.C. and Belmain, S.R. (2015) Responses to colour and host odour cues in three cereal pest species, in the context of ecology and control Bulletin of Entomological Research, 105, 417–425. doi: 10.1017/S0007485315000346
  • Mkenda, P., Mwanauta, R., Stevenson, P.C. Ndakidemi, P., Mtei, K., and Belmain, S.R. Field margin weeds provide economically viable and environmentally benign pest control compared to synthetic pesticides, PLoS One. 10, e0143530 doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0143530
  • Mkenda P.A., Stevenson, P.C., Ndakidemi, P., Farman, D.I. and Belmain, S.R. (2015) Contact and fumigant toxicity of five pesticidal plants against Callosobruchus maculatus in stored cowpea (Vigna unguiculata). International Journal of Tropical Pest Management, 35, 172–184. doi:10.1017/S174275841500017X
  • Wright, G.A., S. Shafir, S. W. Nicolson, P. C. Stevenson. UK Priority Patent no. P030809GB. A pollen substitute for bees. Filed 16 Nov 2015.

2014

  • Teideken, E-J, Stout, J.C, Egan, P., Stevenson, P.C., Wright G.A. (2014) Bumblebees are not deterred by ecologically relevant concentrations of nectar toxins. Journal of Experimental Biology. 217, 1620–1635. DOI: 10.1242/jeb.097543
  • Arnold, S.E.J., Peralta Idrovo, M.E., Lomas Arias, L.J., Belmain, S.R., Stevenson, P.C. (2014). Herbivore Defence Compounds Occur in Pollen and Reduce Bumblebee Colony Fitness. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 40, 878-881. DOI: 10.1007/s10886-014-0467-4
  • Hurst, V., Stevenson P.C., Wright, G.A. 2014. Toxic compounds induce characteristic malaise behaviours in the honeybee. Journal of Comparative Physiology A.200, 881-890 DOI: 10.1007/s00359-014-0932-0
  • Marlin, D., S. W. Nicolson, A.A. Yusuf, P.C. Stevenson, H.M. Heyman, K. Krüger (2014) The only African wild tobacco, Nicotiana africana: alkaloid content and the effect of herbivory, PLoS One, 9 (7), e102661. DOI 10.1371/journal.pone.0102661
  • Sola, P., Mvumi, B.M., Ogendo, J.O., Mponda, O., Kamanula, J.F., Nyirenda, S.P., Belmain S.R. and Stevenson. P.C. (2014) Botanical pesticide production, trade and regulatory mechanisms in sub-Saharan Africa: making a case for plant-based pesticidal products.Food Security, 6, 369–384.DOI: 10.1007/s12571-014-0343-7
  • Grzywacz, D., Stevenson, P.C., Mushobozi, W.L., Belmain, S. and Wilson, K. (2014) The use of indigenous ecological resources for pest control in Africa. Food Security, 6 (1). pp. 71-86. ISSN 1876-4517 (Print), 1876-4525 (Online) (doi:10.1007/s12571-013-0313-5)
  • Amoabeng, B. W., Gurr, G. M. Gitau, C. W., Stevenson, P. C. (2014). Cost: benefit analysis of botanical insecticide use in cabbage: implications for smallholder farmers in developing countries. Crop Protection. 57, 71-76. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cropro.2013.11.019

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BOOKS

  • Stevenson, Philip C., Nyirenda, Stephen P., Mvumi, Brighton, Sola, Phosiso, Kamanula, John M., Sileshi, Gudeta and Belmain, Steven R. (2012) Pesticidal plants: a viable alternative insect pest management approach for resource-poor farming in Africa. In: Biopesticides in Environment and Food Security: Issues and Strategies. Scientific Publishers, Jodhpur, India , pp. 212-238. ISBN 9788172337971
  • Pande, S., Rao, J.N., Sharma, M., Pathak, M. and Stevenson, P. (2010) Mass-screening techniques for the early selection of disease resistance in chickpea (Cicer arietinum). In: Mass Screening Techniques for Selecting Crops Resistant to Diseases. International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Vienna, Austria, pp. 201-234. ISBN 978-92-0-105110-3
  • Yadav, Shyam S., McNeil, David L. and Stevenson, Philip C. (Eds.) (2007) The lentil: an ancient crop for modern times. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. ISBN 978-1-4020-6312-1 (Print), 978-1-4020-6313-8 (Online)
  • Yadav, Shyam S., Stevenson, Philip C., Rizvi, A.H., Manohar, M., Gailing, S. and Mateljan, G. (2007) Uses and consumption. In: The Lentil: An Ancient Crop for Modern Times. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, pp. 33-46. ISBN 978-1-4020-6312-1 (Print) 978-1-4020-6313-8 (Online) (doi:10.1007/978-1-4020-6313-8 (10.1007/978-1-4020-6313-8_4 for chapter))
  • Stevenson, Philip C., Dhillon, M.K., Sharma, H.C. and El Bouhssini, Mustapha (2007) Insect pests of lentil and their management. In: The Lentil: An Ancient Crop for Modern Times. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, pp. 331-348. ISBN 978-1-4020-6312-1 (Print) 978-1-4020-6313-8 (Online) (doi:10.1007/978-1-4020-6313-8 (10.1007/978-1-4020-6313-8_20 for chapter))
  • Sharma, H.C., Gowda, C.L.L., Stevenson, Philip C., Ridsdill-Smith, T.J., Clement, S.L., Ranga Rao, G.V., Romies, Joerg, Miles, Melina and Bouhssini, M. (2007) Host plant resistance and insect pest management in chickpea. In: Chickpea Breeding and Management. CAB International , Wallingford, UK, pp. 520-537. ISBN 9781845932138
  • Stevenson, Philip C., Grzywacz, David, Pande, Suresh, Rao, Narayana, Neupane, Ram Krishna, Chaudhary, Ram N. and Bourai, Vinay A. (2006) Promoting the adoption of improved ICM technologies in chickpea by poor farmers in Nepal. In: Perspectives on pests II: achievements of research under UK Department for International Development Crop Protection Programme 2000–05. Natural Resources International Ltd., Aylesford, UK, pp. 152-154. ISBN 0954645278
  • Stevenson P.C. and Aslam, S.N. (2006) The Chemistry of the Genus Cicer L. in Atta-ur-Rahman (Editor): Studies in Natural Products Chemistry Vol. 33. Bioactive Natural Products (Part M). Elsevier, Amsterdam, 2006, pp.905-956. ISBN 0-444-52717-6.
  • Stevenson PC, Pande S, Pound B and Neupane RK. 2005. A strategy for wealth generation through chickpea production. Information Bulletin No. 70. Patancheru 502 324, Andhra Pradesh, India: International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics 24 pp. ISBN 92-9066-482-7.
  • Pande, S., PC Stevenson, RK Neupane and D Grzywacz (eds.). 2005. Policy and strategy for increasing income and food security through improved crop management of chickpea in rice fallows in Asia. Summary of a NARC-ICRISAT-NRI Workshop, 17-18 November 2004, Kathmandu, Nepal. Patancheru 502 324, Andhra Pradesh, India: International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics. 252 pp. ISBN 92-9066-479-7.
  • Bourai,V., Pande, S., Neupane, R.K., Stevenson, P.C., 2005. Farmer's empowerment, soil enrichment and wealth generation through chickpea IPM in Nepal. In Policy and strategy for increasing income and food security through improved crop management of chickpea in rice fallows in Asia. Summary of a NARC-ICRISAT-NRI Workshop, 17-18 November 2004, Kathmandu, Nepal. Patancheru 502 324, Andhra Pradesh, India: International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics. 252 pp. ISBN 92-9066-479-7.
  • Stevenson, P.C., Pande, S. and Pound, B. 2005 Countrywide extension of Integrated Crop Management of Chickpea in Nepal: Lessons learned and future approaches. Pp 206-217, In, Policy and strategy for increasing income and food security through improved crop management of chickpea in rice fallows in Asia. Summary of a NARC-ICRISAT-NRI Workshop, 17-18 November 2004, Kathmandu, Nepal. Patancheru 502 324, Andhra Pradesh, India: International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics. 252 pp. ISBN 92-9066-479-7.
  • Pande, S., R.K. Neupane, P.C. Stevenson, D. Grazywacz, V.A. Bourai, J. N. Rao, and G. K. Kishore (2005) Integrated Crop Management of Chickpea in Nepal: Past, Present and Future. In Policy and strategy for increasing income and food security through improved crop management of chickpea in rice fallows in Asia. Summary of a NARC-ICRISAT-NRI Workshop, 17-18 November 2004, Kathmandu, Nepal. Patancheru 502 324, Andhra Pradesh, India: International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics. 252 pp. ISBN 92-9066-479-7.
  • Stevenson, P.C., S. Pande, R.K. Neupane, C.N. Chaudary, V.A. Bourai, J. Narayana Rao & D. Grzywacz. (2005) The adoption of Integrated Crop Management Technologies for Chickpea by Poor Farmers in Nepal. pp. 135-142. In Policy and strategy for increasing income and food security through improved crop management of chickpea in rice fallows in Asia. Summary of a NARC-ICRISAT-NRI Workshop, 17-18 November 2004, Kathmandu, Nepal. Patancheru 502 324, Andhra Pradesh, India: International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics. 252 pp. ISBN 92-9066-479-7.
  • Sharma, H.C., Stevenson, P.C., and Gowda C.L.L. 2005. Heliothis/Helicoverpa management: emerging trends and prospects for future research. Pages 453-462 in Heliothis/Helicoverpa Management: Emerging Trends and Strategies for Future Research (Sharma, H.C., ed.). New Delhi, India: Oxford and IBH Publishers.
  • Stevenson, P.C., Green, P.W.C., Simmonds, M.S.J., and Sharma, H.C. 2005. Physical and chemical mechanisms of plant resistance to Helicoverpa armigera: Recent research on chickpea and pigeonpea. Pages 209-222 in Heliothis/Helicoverpa Management: Emerging Trends and Strategies for Future Research (Sharma, H.C., ed.). New Delhi, India: Oxford and IBH Publishers.
  • Pande, S, Bourai, VA, Stevenson, P.C. and Neupane RK (2003) Empowerment through enrichment. IPM of chickpea in Nepal 2. Information Bulletin No 65 Patancheru 502 324, Andhra Pradesh, India: International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics, 28pp ISBN 92-9066-463-0.
  • Pande, S., Johansen, C., Stevenson, P.C., and Grzywacz, D. (eds.) 2001. On-farm IPM of chickpea in Nepal: proceedings of the International Workshop on Planning and Implementation of On-farm IPM of Chickpea in Nepal, 6-7 September 2000, Kathmandu, Nepal. Patancheru 502 324, Andhra Pradesh, India: International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics; and Chatham, Maritime, Kent ME4 4TB, UK: Natural Resources Institute. 133 pp. ISBN 92-9066-438-X.http://www.icrisat.org/web/uploads/presentations/09032003121556CPE134.pdf
Lead research on plant chemistry and chemical ecology associated with environmentally benign pest management and ecosystem enhancement to improve food security in agriculture. I am responsible for the development and leadership of international research projects to provide effective, appropriate and environmentally benign agricultural technologies for poor rural families in tropical Africa and Asia to improve crop yields and enhance livelihoods. Target crops include rice, maize, cowpea, beans, chickpea, pigeon pea, groundnuts (peanuts) and sweetpotato for which I have studied natural resistance to insect pests and diseases or the use of pesticidal plants as pest control alternatives with the aim of reducing the reliance on pesticides. Technical skills include most chromatography techniques for analytical and preparative plant chemistry, mass spectrometry and interpretation of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectrometry data for structural determination of novel chemicals from plants. I am also involved in bioassay design and development to evaluate biological activity of plant chemicals against plant diseases and insects pests and determine any potential agricultural application in both laboratory and field.
  • Subject Editor, Bulletin of Entomological Research
  • Regional Editor, Biopesticides International
  • Editorial Board, Crop Protection.
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