Moshe Inbar
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Plant-mediated interactions between whiteflies, herbivores, and natural enemies
M Inbar, D Gerling
Annu. Rev. Entomol. 53, 431-448, 2008
Biotype-dependent secondary symbiont communities in sympatric populations of Bemisia tabaci
E Chiel, Y Gottlieb, E Zchori-Fein, N Mozes-Daube, N Katzir, M Inbar, ...
Bulletin of Entomological Research 97 (4), 407-413, 2007
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Y Goren, The Institute of Archaeeology-Tel aviv Un
Institute of Archaeeology-Tel aviv Un., 2004
Horizontal transmission of the insect symbiont Rickettsia is plant-mediated
A Caspi-Fluger, M Inbar, N Mozes-Daube, N Katzir, V Portnoy, E Belausov, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1734), 1791-1796, 2012
The presence of Rickettsia is associated with increased susceptibility of Bemisia tabaci (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae) to insecticides
S Kontsedalov, E Zchori‐Fein, E Chiel, Y Gottlieb, M Inbar, M Ghanim
Pest management science: formerly Pesticide Science 64 (8), 789-792, 2008
Suitability of stressed and vigorous plants to various insect herbivores
M Inbar, H Doostdar, RT Mayer
Oikos 94 (2), 228-235, 2001
Interspecific competition among phloem‐feeding insects mediated by induced host‐plant sinks
M Inbar, A Eshel, D Wool
Ecology 76 (5), 1506-1515, 1995
The effects of slope orientation on plant growth, developmental instability and susceptibility to herbivores
M Auslander, E Nevo, M Inbar
Journal of Arid Environments 55 (3), 405-416, 2003
Elicitors of plant defensive systems reduce insect densities and disease incidence
M Inbar, H Doostdar, RM Sonoda, GL Leibee, RT Mayer
Journal of Chemical Ecology 24, 135-149, 1998
Feeding responses of free-flying honeybees to secondary compounds mimicking floral nectars
N Singaravelan, G Nee'man, M Inbar, I Izhaki
Journal of Chemical Ecology 31, 2791-2804, 2005
Plant coloration undermines herbivorous insect camouflage
S Lev‐Yadun, A Dafni, MA Flaishman, M Inbar, I Izhaki, G Katzir, ...
BioEssays 26 (10), 1126-1130, 2004
Multitrophic interactions of the silverleaf whitefly, host plants, competing herbivores, and phytopathogens
RT Mayer, M Inbar, CL McKenzie, R Shatters, V Borowicz, U Albrecht, ...
Archives of Insect Biochemistry and Physiology: Published in Collaboration …, 2002
The role of plant rapidly induced responses in asymmetric interspecific interactions among insect herbivores
M Inbar, H Doostdar, GL Leibee, RT Mayer
Journal of Chemical Ecology 25, 1961-1979, 1999
Almost there: transmission routes of bacterial symbionts between trophic levels
E Chiel, E Zchori-Fein, M Inbar, Y Gottlieb, T Adachi-Hagimori, SE Kelly, ...
PLoS One 4 (3), e4767, 2009
The evolution of host plant manipulation by insects: molecular and ecological evidence from gall-forming aphids on Pistacia
M Inbar, M Wink, D Wool
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 32 (2), 504-511, 2004
Induction of systemic acquired resistance in cotton by BTH has a negligible effect on phytophagous insects
M Inbar, H Doostdar, D Gerling, RT Mayer
Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 99 (1), 65-70, 2001
Why do many galls have conspicuous colors? A new hypothesis
M Inbar, I Izhaki, A Koplovich, I Lupo, N Silanikove, T Glasser, ...
Arthropod-Plant Interactions 4, 1-6, 2010
Spatio-temporal trends in armadillo diurnal activity and road-kills in central Florida
M Inbar, RT Mayer
Wildlife Society Bulletin, 865-872, 1999
Effects of sessile whitefly nymphs (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae) on leaf-chewing larvae (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)
M Inbar, H Doostdar, RT Mayer
Environmental Entomology 28 (3), 353-357, 1999
Effect of geminivirus infection and Bemisia infestation on accumulation of pathogenesis‐related proteins in tomato
CL McKenzie, RG Shatters Jr, H Doostdar, SD Lee, M Inbar, RT Mayer
Archives of Insect Biochemistry and Physiology: Published in Collaboration …, 2002
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