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Paul C.J.van Rijn
Paul C.J.van Rijn
Ecologist, IBED, University of Amsterdam
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Alternative food, switching predators, and the persistence of predator-prey systems
M Van Baalen, V Křivan, PCJ van Rijn, MW Sabelis
The American Naturalist 157 (5), 512-524, 2001
4552001
Environmental risk assessment of exotic natural enemies used in inundative biological control
JC Van Lenteren, D Babendreier, F Bigler, G Burgio, HMT Hokkanen, ...
BioControl 48, 3-38, 2003
4532003
Nectar and pollen feeding by insect herbivores and implications for multitrophic interactions
FL Wäckers, J Romeis, P van Rijn
Annu. Rev. Entomol. 52, 301-323, 2007
4192007
Plant-provided food for carnivorous insects: a protective mutualism and its applications
FL Wäckers, PCJ van Rijn, J Bruin
Cambridge University Press, 2005
3632005
Honeydew as a food source for natural enemies: making the best of a bad meal?
FL Wäckers, PCJ Van Rijn, GE Heimpel
Biological Control 45 (2), 176-184, 2008
3112008
How plants benefit from providing food to predators even when it is also edible to herbivores
PCJ van Rijn, YM van Houten, MW Sabelis
Ecology 83 (10), 2664-2679, 2002
3062002
Pollen as food for the predatory mites Iphiseius degenerans and Neoseiulus cucumeris (Acari: Phytoseiidae): dietary range and life history
PCJ Van Rijn, LK Tanigoshi
Experimental & applied acarology 23, 785-802, 1999
2791999
Comparative life history studies of Frankliniella occidentalis and Thrips tabaci (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) on cucumber
PCJ van Rijn, C Mollema, GM Steenhuis-Broers
Bulletin of Entomological Research 85, 285-297, 1995
2621995
Pick and mix: selecting flowering plants to meet the requirements of target biological control insects
FL Wäckers, PCJ Van Rijn
Biodiversity and insect pests: key issues for sustainable management, 139-165, 2012
2392012
Predation by insects and mites
MW Sabelis, PCJ Rijn, T Lewis
Thrips as crop pests (ed. T. Lewis), 259-354, 1997
2231997
Nectar accessibility determines fitness, flower choice and abundance of hoverflies that provide natural pest control
PCJ van Rijn, FL Wäckers
Journal of Applied Ecology 53 (3), 925-933, 2016
2162016
Actionable knowledge for ecological intensification of agriculture.
W Geertsema, WAH Rossing, DA Landis, FJJA Bianchi, PCJ Rijn, ...
Frontiers in Ecology & the Environment 14 (4), 2016
1752016
The contribution of extrafloral nectar to survival and reproduction of the predatory mite Iphiseius degenerans on Ricinus communis
PCJ van Rijn, LK Tanigoshi
Experimental & applied acarology 23 (4), 281-296, 1999
1601999
The evolution of direct and indirect plant defence against herbivorous arthropods
MW Sabelis, M Van Baalen, FM Bakker, J Bruin, B Drukker, CJM Egas, ...
Plants, Herbivores and Predators, 109-166, 1999
1581999
Preselection of predatory mites to improve year‐round biological control of western flower thrips in greenhouse crops
YM van Houten, PCJ van Rijn, LK Tanigoshi, P van Stratum, J Bruin
Entomologia experimentalis et applicata 74 (3), 225-234, 1995
1491995
The contribution of floral resources and honeydew to the performance of predatory hoverflies (Diptera: Syrphidae)
PCJ van Rijn, J Kooijman, FL Wäckers
Biological Control 67 (1), 32-38, 2013
1012013
Food for protection: an introduction
FL Wackers, PCJ van Rijn
Plant-provided food for carnivorous insects: a protective mutualism and its …, 2005
912005
When does alternative food promote biological pest control?
MW Sabelis, PCJ Van Rijn
IOBC/WPRS Bulletin 29 (4), 195-200, 2006
732006
Does alternative food always enhance biological control? The effect of pollen on the interaction between western flower thrips and its predators [Amblyseius cucumeris]
PCJ Van Rijn, MW Sabelis
IOBC/WPRS Bulletin 16, 1993
731993
Kin recognition by the predatory mite Iphiseius degenerans: discrimination among own, conspecific, and heterospecific eggs
F Faraji, A Janssen, PCJ Van Rijn, MW Sabelis
Ecological Entomology 25 (2), 147-155, 2000
702000
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