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Mike Keller is Dean of the Waite Campus, Head of the School of Agriculture, Food Wine, and Director of the Waite Research Institute. Mike is an entomologist who joined the University of Adelaide in 1987. His research largely focuses on insect natural enemies and their role in biological control of insect pests. His research on predators and parasitic wasps aims to provide ecological strategies for the enhancement of biological control in agricultural systems through a combination of experimental and louis vuitton outlet store in atlanta theoretical advances. He also contributes to research on the pollination. Harvey, D., T. F. Lu, and M. A. Keller. 2008. Comparing insect inspired chemical plume tracking algorithms using a mobile robot. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Transactions on Robotics, in press [accepted 9 Jan 2008] Hosseini, R., O. Schmidt and M. A. Keller. 2008. Factors affecting detectability of prey DNA in the gut contents of invertebrate predators: a polymerase chain reaction based method. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 126(3): 194 202. Hosseini, R., M. A. Keller, O. Schmidt, and V. W. Framenau. 2007. Molecular identification of wolf spiders (Araneae : Lycosidae) by multiplex polymerase chain reaction. Biological Control 40 (1): 128 135. Hogendoorn, K., S. Coventry S, and M. A. Keller. 2007. Foraging behaviour of a blue banded bee, Amegilla chlorocyanea in greenhouses: implications for use as tomato pollinators Apidologie 38 (1): 86 92. Carne Cavagnaro, V. L., M. A. Keller, and G. H. Baker. 2006. Soil moisture and soil type influence the breeding behavior of the pest snail Cernuella virgata (da Costa). Applied Soil Ecology 33 (3): 235 242. Hogendoorn, K., C. L. Gross, M. Sedgley and M. A. Keller. 2006. Increased tomato yield louis vuitton neverfull euro through pollination by native Australian Amegilla chlorocyanea (Hymenoptera : Anthophoridae). Journal of Economic Entomology 99 (3): 828 833. Roberts, H. L., M. Keller and O. Schmidt. 2006. An empirical model of louis vuitton alma pm monogram the sympatric coexistence of two strains of the endoparasitoid wasp Venturia canescens. Archives of Insect Biochemistry and Physiology 61(3): 184 194. Tenhumberg, B., G. Siekmann and M. A. Keller. 2006. Optimal time allocation in parasitic wasps searching for hosts and food. Oikos 113 (1): 121 131. Gurr, G. M., S. D. Wratten, J. Tylianakis, J. Kean and M. Keller. 2005. Providing plant foods for insect natural enemies in farming systems: balancing practicalities and theory. Pp. 326 347 In F. L. van Rijn and J. Bruin (eds.), Plant Provided Food for Carnivorous Insects: a protective mutualism and its applications. Cambridge University Press. Ma, J., D. Li, M. Keller, O Schmidt and X. Feng. 2005. A DNA louis vuitton luck it bracelet marker to identify predation of Plutella xylostella (Lep., Plutellidae) by Nabis kinbergii (Hem., Nabidae) and Lycosa sp. (Aranaea, Lycosidae). Journal of Applied Entomology 129(6): 330 335. 2005. Patch time allocation by the parasitoid Diadegma semiclausum (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae). II. Effects of host density and distribution. Journal of Insect Behavior 18 (2): 171 186. A. Keller. 2004. Patch time allocation by the parasitoid Diadegma semiclausum (Hymenoptera : Ichneumonidae). III. Effects of kairomone sources and previous parasitism. Journal of Insect Behavior 17(6): 761 776. Wang, X. G., J. Duff, M. A. Keller, M. P. Zalucki, S. S. Liu and P. Bailey. 2004. Role of Diadegma semiclausum (Hymenoptera : Ichneumonidae) in controlling Plutella xylostella (Lepidoptera : Plutellidae): Cage exclusion experiments and direct observation. Biocontrol Science and Technology 14 (6): 571 586. Siekmann, G, M. A. Keller and B. Tenhumberg. 2004. The sweet tooth of adult parasitoid Cotesia rubecula: Ignoring hosts for nectar? Journal of Insect Behavior 17 (4): 459 476. Keller, M. A. 1999. Understanding host selection behaviour: the key to more effective host specificity testing. pp. 105 116 In T. M. Withers, L. Barton Browne and J. Stanley (eds.), Host specificity testing in Australasia: towards improved assays for biological control. CRC for Tropical Pest Management, Brisbane. Keller, M. A., and B. Tenhumberg. 1999. New insights into the foraging behaviour of parasitic wasps. pp. 247 257 In A. D. Austin and M. Dowton (eds.), Hymenoptera: Evolution, Biodiversity and Biological Control. CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood Victoria, Australia. Keller, M. A.
1990. Responses of the parasitoid Cotesia rubecula to its host Pieris rapae in a flight tunnel. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 57: 243 249.
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