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Christine Woodcock

Role(s):
Research Scientist
Biological Chemistry & Crop Protection
Harpenden
Summary:

Posts held        18/09/72          Entered Rothamsted as Band 8 Research Scientist

                        01/04/83          Promoted to Band 7 Research Scientist

                        01/04/89          Promoted to Band 6 Research Scientist

                        19/12/01          Promoted to Band 5 Research Scientist (JEGS)                   

 

1972-77           Production of insects for toxicant assays

 

1977-89          Laboratory and field assessment of toxicants and semiochemicals influencing behaviour of pests of agriculture       

 

1989-present  Use of electrophysiological recording techniques, coupled with high resolution gas chromatography, to identify behaviourally active compounds for pest and beneficial organisms in agricultural systems

 

2015: author on 156 publications

Current H index: 32

Works With:
Phone:
+44 (0) 1582 763 133 ext: +44 1582 938334
Location:
Rothamsted Research, West Common, Harpenden, Hertfordshire, AL5 2JQ
Past Projects
Member
  • Chemical ecology of pest and beneficial arthropods : Identification, biosynthesis and scaled production of pheromones and other semiochemicals
  • Chemical ecology of pest and beneficial arthropods : Understanding and exploiting semiochemical based mechanisms
  • Development of an integrated pest management strategy for control of pollen beetle in winter oilseed rape
  • Elucidating the chemical ecology of belowground plant-plant communication
  • Design of bioactive sesquiterpene-based chemical signals with enhanced stability
  • Adaptation and dissemination of the Push Pull technology (ADOPT)
  • Chemical ecology and integrated management of the banana weevil, Cosmopolites sordidus, in Ghana

 

Publications

1.         S.W.J. Bright, P.J. Lea, J.S.H. Kuch, C.M. Woodcock, D.W. Holloman and G.C. Scott (1982) Proline content does not influence pest and disease susceptibility of barley. Nature 295, 592-593.

 2.         J.A. Pickett, G.W. Dawson, R.W. Gibson, D.C. Griffiths, A.D. Rice, R.M. Sawicki, M.C. Smith and C.M. Woodcock (1982)  Controlling aphid behaviour.  Les Colloques de l'INRA 7, 243-252.

 3.         D.C. Griffiths, J.A. Pickett and C.M. Woodcock (1982)  Behaviour of alatae of Myzus persicae (Sulzer) (Hemiptera: Aphididae) on chemically treated surfaces after tethered flight.  Bulletin of Entomological Research 72, 687–693.

 4.         G.W. Dawson, D.C. Griffiths, J.A. Pickett, M.C. Smith and C.M. Woodcock (1982)  Improved preparation of (E)–β–farnesene and its activity with economically important aphids.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 8, 1111–1117.

 5.         G.W. Dawson, R.W. Gibson, D.C. Griffiths, J.A. Pickett, A.D. Rice and C.M. Woodcock (1982)  Aphid alarm pheromone derivatives affecting settling and the transmission of plant viruses.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 8, 1377–1388.

 6.         G.G. Briggs, G.W. Dawson, R.W. Gibson, D.C. Griffiths, J.A. Pickett, A.D. Rice, M.F. Stribley and C.M. Woodcock (1983)  Compounds derived from the aphid pheromone that interfere with colonization and virus transmission by aphids.  Aspects of Applied Biology 2, 1983, Pests, Diseases, Weeds and Weed Beet in Sugar Beet, 41–43.

 7.         J.A. Pickett, G.W. Dawson, D.C. Griffiths, Liu X., E.D.M. Macaulay, I.H. Williams and C.M. Woodcock (1983)  Stabilizing pheromones for field use : Propheromones.  Proceedings of the l0th International Congress of Plant Protection 1, 271.

 8.         D.C. Griffiths, G.W. Dawson, J.A. Pickett and C.M. Woodcock (1983)  Uses of the aphid alarm pheromone and derivatives.  Proceedings of the 10th International Congress of Plant Protection 1, 272.

 9.         G.G. Briggs, G.W. Dawson, R.W. Gibson, D.C. Griffiths, J.A. Pickett, A.D. Rice, M.F. Stribley and C.M. Woodcock (1983)  Compounds derived from the aphid alarm pheromone of potential use in controlling colonization and virus transmission by aphids.  Proceedings of the Fifth International  Congress of Pesticide Chemistry (IUPAC) Kyoto, 1982 2, 117–122.

 10.       G.W. Dawson, D.C. Griffiths, J.A. Pickett and C.M. Woodcock (1983)  Decreased response to alarm pheromone by insecticide resistant aphids.  Naturwissenschaften 70, 254-255.

 11.       J.A. Pickett, G.W. Dawson, D.C. Griffiths, Liu Xun, E.D.M. Macaulay and C.M. Woodcock (1984)  Propheromones:  an approach to the slow release of pheromones.  Pesticide Science 15, 261–264.

 12.       G.C. Scott, J.A. Pickett, M.C. Smith, C.M. Woodcock, P.G.W. Harris, R.P. Hammon and H.D. Koetecha (1984)  Seed treatments for controlling slugs in winter wheat.  Proceedings of the British Crop Protection Conference:  Pests and Diseases, 133–138.

 13.       J.A. Pickett, G.W. Dawson, J.B. Free, D.C. Griffiths, W. Powell, I.H. Williams and C.M. Woodcock (1984)  Pheromones in the management of beneficial insects.  Proceedings of the British Crop Protection Conference:  Pests and Diseases, 247–254.

 14.       G.W. Dawson, D.C. Griffiths, J.A. Pickett, M.C. Smith and C.M. Woodcock (1984)  Natural inhibition of the aphid alarm pheromone.  Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 36, 197–199.

 14a      A.J. Arnold, G.R. Cayley, Y. Dunne, P. Etheridge, D.C. Griffiths, J.F. Jenkyn, F.T. Phillips, B.J. Pye, G.C. Scott and C.M. Woodcock (1984) Biological effectiveness of electrostatically charged rotary atomisers II. Trials with cereals, 1982. Annals of Applied Biology 105, 701-710.

 15.       G.G. Briggs, G.R. Cayley, G.W. Dawson, D.C. Griffiths, E.D. Macaulay, J.A. Pickett, M.M. Pile, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1986)  Some fluorine–containing pheromone analogues.  Pesticide Science 17, 441–448.

 16.       G.W. Dawson, D.C. Griffiths, J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1986)  Plant compounds that synergise activity of the aphid alarm pheromone.  Proceedings of the British Crop Protection Conference – Pests and Diseases, 829–834.

 17.       G.W. Dawson, D.C. Griffiths, A. Hassanali, J.A. Pickett, R.T. Plumb, B.J. Pye, L.E. Smart and C.M. Woodcock (1986)  Antifeedants:  a new concept for control of barley yellow dwarf virus in winter cereals.  Proceedings of the British Crop Protection Conference – Pests and  Diseases, 1001–1008.

18.       J.A. Pickett, G.R. Cayley, G.W. Dawson, D.C. Griffiths, S.H. Hockland, B. Marples, R.T. Plumb and C.M. Woodcock (1986)  Use of the alarm pheromone and derivatives against aphid–mediated damage.  Abstracts 6th International Congress Pesticide Chemistry, IUPAC, Ottawa, 1986, 2C–08.

 19.       G.W. Dawson, D.C. Griffiths, N.F. Janes, A. Mudd, J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1987)  Identification of an aphid sex pheromone.  Nature 325, 614–616.

 20.       J.A. Pickett, G.W. Dawson, D.C. Griffiths, A. Hassanali, L.A. Merritt, A. Mudd, M.C. Smith, L.J. Wadhams, C.M. Woodcock and Z-n. Zhang (1987)  Development of plant–derived antifeedants for crop protection. In: Pesticide Science and Biotechnology, pp. 125–128.  Editors R. Greenhalgh and T.R. Roberts. (Blackwell Scientific Publications).

 21.       S.H. Hockland, G.W. Dawson, D.C. Griffiths, B. Marples, J.A. Pickett and C.M. Woodcock (1986)  The use of aphid alarm pheromone (E)-β-farnesene to increase effectiveness of the entomophilic fungus Verticillium lecanii in controlling aphids on chrysanthemums under glass.  In:  Fundamental and Applied Aspects of Invertebrate Pathology, p. 252.  Editors R.A. Samson, J.M. Vlak and R. Peters.  (The Netherlands:  Society of Invertebrate Pathology).

22.       G.W. Dawson, D.C. Griffiths, J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1987)  Plant–derived synergists of the alarm pheromone from the turnip aphid, Lipaphis (Hyadaphis) erysimi (HOMOPTERA, APHIDIDAE).  Journal of Chemical Ecology 13, 1663–1671.

23.       G.W. Dawson, D.C. Griffiths, J.A. Pickett, R.T. Plumb, C.M. Woodcock and Z-n. Zhang (1988)  Structure/activity studies on aphid alarm pheromone derivatives and their field use against transmission of barley yellow dwarf virus.  Pesticide Science 22, 17–30.

24.       G.W. Dawson, D.C. Griffiths, L.A. Merritt, A. Mudd, J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1988)  The sex pheromone of the greenbug, Schizaphis graminumEntomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 48, 91–93.

25.       D.C. Griffiths, A. Hassanali, L.A. Merritt, A. Mudd, J.A. Pickett, S.J. Shah, L.E. Smart, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1988)  Highly active antifeedants against coleopteran pests.  Proceedings of the Brighton Crop Protection Conference – Pests and Diseases, 1041–1046.

 26.       Y. Asakawa, G.W. Dawson, D.C. Griffiths, J–Y. Lallemand, S.V. Ley, K. Mori, A. Mudd, M. Pezechk–Leclaire, J.A. Pickett, H. Watanabe, C.M. Woodcock and Z-n. Zhang (1988)  Activity of drimane antifeedants and related compounds against aphids, and comparative biological effects and chemical reactivity of (–)– and (+)– polygodial.   Journal of Chemical Ecology 14, 1845–1855.

27.       W.J. Airey, I.F. Henderson, J.A. Pickett, G.C. Scott, J.W. Stephenson and C.M. Woodcock (1989)  Novel chemical approaches to mollusc control.  1989 BCPC Monograph No. 41 Slugs and Snails in World Agriculture, 301–307.

28.       J. Polonsky, S.C. Bhatnagar, D.C. Griffiths, J.A. Pickett and C.M. Woodcock (1989)  Activity of quassinoids as antifeedants against aphids.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 15, 993–998.

29.       D.C. Griffiths, J.A. Pickett, L.E. Smart and C.M. Woodcock (1989)  Use of insect antifeedants against aphid vectors of plant virus disease.  Pesticide Science 27, 269–276.

30.       M.M. Blight, J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1989)  Antennal responses of Ceutorhynchus assimilis and Psylliodes chrysocephala to volatiles from oilseed rape.  Aspects of Applied Biology 23, 329–334.

31.       J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1989)  Chemical ecology and pest management:  some recent insights.  Insect Science and its Application 10, 741-750.

32.       G.W. Dawson, D.C. Griffiths, L.A. Merritt, A. Mudd, J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1990)  Aphid semiochemicals - a review, and recent advances on the sex pheromone.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 16, 3019-3030.

33.       J. Hardie, M. Holyoak, J. Nicholas, S.F. Nottingham, J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1990)  Aphid sex pheromone components:  age-dependent release by females and species-specific male response.  Chemoecology 1, 63-68.

34.       C.A.M. Campbell, G.W. Dawson, D.C. Griffiths, J. Pettersson, J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1990)  Sex attractant pheromone of damson-hop aphid Phorodon humuli (Homoptera, Aphididae).  Journal of Chemical Ecology 16, 3455-3465.

35.       S.F. Nottingham, J. Hardie, G.W. Dawson, A.J. Hick, J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1991)  Behavioral and electrophysiological responses of aphids to host and nonhost plant volatiles.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 17, 1231-1242.

36.       J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1991)  New approaches to the development of semiochemicals for insect control.  Proceedings of the Conference on Insect Chemical Ecology, Tábor 1990, 333-345.  (Academia Prague and SPB Acad. Publ., The Hague).

37.       J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams, C.M. Woodcock and J. Hardie (1992)  The chemical ecology of aphids.  Annual Review of Entomology 37, 67-90.

38.       D.L. Hallahan, J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams, R.M. Wallsgrove and C.M. Woodcock (1992)  Potential of secondary metabolites in genetic engineering of crops for resistance.  In:  Plant Genetic Manipulation for Crop Protection, pp. 215-248.  Editors A.M.R. Gatehouse, V.A. Hilder and D. Boulter.  (C.A.B. International, Wallingford).

39.       J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1992)  Molecular determinants of pheromone activity.  In:  Neurotox '91.  Molecular Basis of Drug and Pesticide Action, pp. 339-348.  Editor I.R. Duce.  (Elsevier Applied Science, London and New York).

40.       J.A. Pickett, W. Powell, L.J. Wadhams, C.M. Woodcock and A.F. Wright (1991)  Biochemical interactions between plant-herbivore-parasitoid.  Proceedings 4th European Workshop on Insect Parasitoids, April 3-5 1991, Perugia, Italy, pp. 1-14.  Editor F. Bin.  (REDIA, Vol. LXXIV, n.3, Appendice).

41.       J.A. Pickett and C.M. Woodcock (1992)  The future of chemical pest control.  Korean Journal of Applied Entomology 31, 304-313.

42.       J.A. Pickett, B.J. Pye, L.J. Wadhams, C.M. Woodcock and C.A.M. Campbell (1992)  Potential applications of semiochemicals in aphid control.  1992 BCPC Monograph No. 51 Insect Pheromones and Other Behaviour-Modifying Chemicals:  Application and Regulation, 29-33.

43.       J.A. Pickett and C.M. Woodcock (1992)  Semiochemicals:  molecular determinants of activity and biosynthesis.  In:  Insect Molecular Science.  Proceedings 16th Symposium of the Royal Entomological Society London, Imperial College London, September 1991, pp. 141-149.  Editors J.M. Crampton and P. Eggleston.  (Academic Press, London).

44.       J.A. Guldemond, A.F.G. Dixon, J.A. Pickett, L.J.Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1992)  The role of host-plant odour and sex pheromones in mate recognition in the aphid CryptomyzusProceedings 8th International Symposium on Insect-Plant Relationships, Dordrecht, pp. 119-121.  Editors S.B.J. Menken, J.H. Visser and P. Harrewijn.  (Kluwer Academic Publishers).

45.       M.H. Pham-Delègue, M.M. Blight, M. Le Métayer, F. Marion-Poll, A.L. Picard, J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1992)  Plant chemicals involved in honeybee-rapeseed relationships:  behavioural, electrophysiological and chemical studies.  Proceedings 8th International Symposium on Insect-Plant Relationships, Dordrecht, pp. 129-130.  Editors S.B.J. Menken, J.H. Visser and P. Harrewijn.  (Kluwer Academic Publishers).

46.       M.M. Blight, A.J. Hick, J.A. Pickett, L.E. Smart, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1992)  Volatile plant metabolites involved in host-plant recognition by the cabbage seed weevil, Ceutorhynchus assimilis.  Proceedings 8th International Symposium on Insect-Plant Relationships, Dordrecht, pp. 105-106.  Editors S.B.J. Menken, J.H. Visser and P. Harrewijn.  (Kluwer Academic Publishers).

47.       J.A. Pickett and C.M. Woodcock (1993)  Chemical ecology of plants and insects:  helping crops to help themselves.  Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 18, 68-72.

48.       C.A.M. Campbell, J. Pettersson, J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1993)  Spring migration of damson-hop aphid, Phorodon humuli (Homoptera, Aphididae), and summer host plant-derived semiochemicals released on feeding.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 19, 1569-1576.

49.       J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1993)  New approaches for semiochemicals in insect control.  In:  New Frontiers in Rice Research, pp. 235-240.  Editors K. Muralidharan and E.A. Siddiq.  (Directorate of Rice Research, Hyderabad).

50.       J.A. Guldemond, A.F.G. Dixon, J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1993)  Specificity of sex pheromones, the role of host plant odour in the olfactory attraction of males, and mate recognition in the aphid CryptomyzusPhysiological Entomology 18, 137-143.

51.       J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1993)  Exploiting behaviourally active phytochemicals in crop protection.  In:  Phytochemistry and Agriculture, pp. 62-75.  Editors T.A. van Beek and H. Breteler.  (Clarendon Press, Oxford).

52.       J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1994)  Attempts to control aphid pests by integrated use of semiochemicals.  Brighton Crop Protection Conference – Pests and Diseases -1994, 1239-1246.

53.       J. Pettersson, J.A. Pickett, B.J. Pye, A. Quiroz, L.E. Smart, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1994)  Winter host component reduces colonization by bird-cherry-oat aphid, Rhopalosiphum padi (L.) (Homoptera, Aphididae), and other aphids in cereal fields.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 20, 2565-2574.

54.       J. Hardie, R. Isaacs, J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1994)  Methyl salicylate and (-)-(1R,5S)-myrtenal are plant-derived repellents for black bean aphid, Aphis fabae Scop. (Homoptera:  Aphididae).  Journal of Chemical Ecology 20, 2847-2855.

55.       L.J. Wadhams, M.M. Blight, V. Kerguelen, M. Le Metayer, F. Marion-Poll, C. Masson, M.H. Pham-Delegue, and C.M. Woodcock (1994) Discrimination of oilseed rape volatiles by the honey bee: a novel gas chromatographic-electrophysiological-behavioural assay. Journal of Chemical Ecology 20, 3221-3231.

55a      J. Hardie, R. Isaacs, F. Nazzi, W. Powell, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1994). Electroantennogram and olfactometer responses of aphid parasitoids to nepetalactone, a component of aphid sex pheromones. In: Behavioural Ecology, Augmentation and Enhancement of Aphidophaga. Proc. 5th Int. Symp. Global IOBC Working Group: Ecology and Aphidophaga.

56.       M.M. Blight, A.J. Hick, J.A. Pickett, L.E. Smart, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1995)  Oilseed rape volatiles cueing host-plant recognition by the seed weevil, Ceutorhynchus assimilis: chemical, electrophysiological and behavioural studies.  Proceedings of the Ninth International Rapeseed Congress, Rapeseed Today and Tomorrow, 4-7 July, 1995, Cambridge, U.K., Volume 3, I21, pp. 1031-1033.  (Dorset Press, Dorchester).

57.       M.M. Blight, J.A. Pickett, J. Ryan, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1995)  Recognition of oilseed rape volatiles by pollen beetles, Meligethes spp.:  electrophysiological and chemical studies.  Proceedings of the Ninth International Rapeseed Congress, Rapeseed Today and Tomorrow, 4-7 July, 1995, Cambridge, U.K., Volume 3, I25, pp. 1043-1045.  (Dorset Press, Dorchester).

58.       R. Lilley, J. Hardie, L.A. Merritt, J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1995)  The sex pheromone of the grain aphid, Sitobion avenae (Fab.) (Homoptera, Aphididae).  Chemoecology 5/6,1, 43-46.

59.       J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1995)  Exploiting chemical ecology for sustainable pest control.  1995 BCPC Symposium Proceedings No. 63:  Integrated Crop Protection:  Towards Sustainability?, 353-362.

60.       J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1995)  Non-host interactions in insect chemical ecology.  In:  Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Insects:  Chemical, Physiological and Environmental Aspects, September 26-29, 1994, Ladek Zdroj, Poland, pp. 126-133.  Editors D. Konopiska, G. Goldsworthy, R.J. Nachman, J. Nawrot, I. Orchard, G. Rosiski and W. Sobótka.  (University of Wroclaw).

61.       M.M. Blight, J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1995)  Antennal perception of oilseed rape, Brassica napus (Brassicaceae), volatiles by the cabbage seed weevil Ceutorhynchus assimilis (Coleoptera, Curculionidae).  Journal of Chemical Ecology 21, 1649-1664.

62.       F. Nazzi, W. Powell, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1996) Sex pheromone of the aphid parasitoid Praon volucre (Hymenoptera: Braconidae). Journal of Chemical Ecology 22, 1169-1175.

63.       J.A. Pickett, E. Bartlet, J. Buxton, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1996)  Chemical ecology of adult vine weevil.  Mitteilungen aus der Biologischen Bundesanstalt für Land- und Forstwirtschaft, H. 316, 41-45.  (Berlin-Dahlem).

64.       C.A. Clarke, A. Cronin, W. Francke, P. Philipp, J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1996)  Mating attempts between the Scarlet Tiger Moth, Callimorpha dominula L., and the Cinnabar Moth, Tyria jacobaeae L. (Lepidoptera:  Arctiidae), involve a common sex pheromone composition.  Experientia 52, 636-638.

65.       J.A. Pickett and C.M. Woodcock (1996)  The role of mosquito olfaction in oviposition site location and in the avoidance of unsuitable hosts.  In:  Olfaction in Mosquito-Host Interactions.  CIBA Foundation Symposium No. 200, pp. 109-123.  Editor G. Cardew.  (John Wiley & Sons Ltd., Chichester).

66.       J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1997)  First steps in the use of aphid sex pheromones.  In:  Insect Pheromone Research:  New Directions, pp. 439-444.  Editors R.T. Cardé and A.K. Minks.  (Chapman and Hall, New York).

67.       A.J. Hick, J.A. Pickett, D.W.M. Smiley, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1997)  Higher plants as a clean source of semiochemicals and genes for their biotechnological production.  In:  Phytochemical Diversity:  A Source of New Industrial Products, pp. 220-236.  Editors S. Wrigley, M. Hayes, R. Thomas and E. Chrystal.  The Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge.

68.       Le Metayer, M., Marion-Poll, F., Pham-Delegue, M.H., Blight, M.M., Wadhams, L.J., Masson, C. and Woodcock, C.M. (1997) Effect of conditioning on discrimination of honeybee studied by a combined gas chromatographic-behavioural assay. Chemical Senses 22, 391-398.

69.       C.S. Awmack, C.M. Woodcock and R. Harrington  (1997) Climate change may increase vulnerability of aphids to natural enemies. Ecological Entomology 22, 366-368.

70.       Z.R. Khan, K. Ampong-Nyarko, P. Chiliswa, A. Hassanali, S. Kimani, W. Lwande, W.A. Overholt, J.A. Pickett, L.E. Smart, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1997)  Intercropping increases parasitism of pests.  Nature 388, 631-632.

71.       B.J. Gabrys, H.J. Gadomski, Z. Klukowski, J.A. Pickett, G.T. Sobota, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1997)  Sex pheromone of cabbage aphid Brevicoryne brassicae:  identification and field trapping of male aphids and parasitoids.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 23, 1881-1890.

72.       J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1997)  Developing sustainable pest control from chemical ecology.  Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 64, 149-156.

73.       A. Guerrero, J. Feixas, J. Pajares, L.J. Wadhams, J.A. Pickett and C.M. Woodcock (1997)  Semiochemically induced inhibition of behaviour of Tomicus destruens (Woll.) (Coleoptera:  Scolytidae).  Naturwissenschaften 84, 155-157.

74.       S. Al Abassi, M.A. Birkett, J. Pettersson, J.A. Pickett and C.M. Woodcock (1998)  Ladybird beetle odour identified and found to be responsible for attraction between adults.  Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences 54, 876-879.

75.       Y. Du, G.M. Poppy, W. Powell, J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1998)  Identification of semiochemicals released during aphid feeding that attract parasitoid Aphidius erviJournal of Chemical Ecology 24, 1355-1368.

76.       M. Subchev, A. Harizanov, W. Francke, S. Franke, E. Plass, A. Reckziegel, F. Schröder, J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1998)  Sex pheromone of female vine bud moth, Theresimima ampellophaga comprises (2R)-butyl (7Z)-tetradecenoate.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 24, 1141-1151.

77.       J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1998)  Insect supersense:  mate and host location by insects as model systems for exploiting olfactory interactions.  The Biochemist, August 1998, 8-13.

78.       R.T. Glinwood, D.W.M. Smiley, J. Hardie, J.A. Pickett, W. Powell, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1999)  Aphid sex pheromones:  manipulation of beneficial insects for aphid population control.  Pesticide Science 55, 208-209.

79.       N. Agelopoulos, M.A. Birkett, A.J. Hick, A.M. Hooper, J.A. Pickett, E.M. Pow, L.E. Smart, D.W.M. Smiley, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1999)  Exploiting semiochemicals in insect control.  Pesticide Science 55, 225-235.

80.       L.J. Wadhams, M.A. Birkett, W. Powell and C.M. Woodcock (1999)  Aphids, predators and parasitoids. In: Insect-Plant Interactions and Induced Plant Defence. Novartis Foundation Symposium 223, pp 60-67. Editor J. Goode. (John Wiley & Sons Ltd, Chichester).

81.       M.A. Birkett, B.P.S. Khambay, J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (1999)  Strategies for developing natural products as crop protection agents employing neurotoxicological and other neurophysiological modes of action.  In:  Progress in Neuropharmacology and Neurotoxicology of Pesticides and Drugs.  SCI Special Publication No. 232, pp. 184-192.  Editor D.J. Beadle (Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge).

82.       J.A. Pickett, K. Chamberlain, G.M. Poppy and C.M. Woodcock (1999)  Exploiting insect responses in identifying plant signals.  In:  Insect-Plant Interactions and Induced Plant Defence.  Novartis Foundation Symposium 223.  Editor J. Goode.  pp. 253-265.  (John Wiley & Sons Ltd., Chichester).

83.       J.A. Pickett, D.W.M. Smiley and C.M. Woodcock (1999)  Secondary Metabolites in Plant-Insect Interactions:  Dynamic Systems of Induced and Adaptive Responses.  In:  Advances in Botanical Research  30, pp. 91-115.  (Academic Press, London).

84.       E.M. Pow, J.A. Bennison, M.A. Birkett, M.C. Luszniak, M. Manjunatha, J.A. Pickett, I.S. Segers, L.J. Wadhams, L.R. Wardlow and C.M. Woodcock (1999)  Behavioural responses of western flower thrips (Frankliniella occidentalis) to host plant volatiles.  Proceedings Sixth International Symposium on Thysanoptera, Antalya, Turkey, April 27-May 1, 1998, pp. 121-128.

85.       A.W. Ferguson, J. Ziesmann, M.M. Blight, I.H. Williams, L.J. Wadhams, S.J. Clark, Clark, C.M.  Woodcock and A. Mudd (1999)  Perception of oviposition-deterring pheromone by cabbage seed weevil (Ceutorhynchus assimilis).  Journal of Chemical Ecology 25,  1655-1670.

86.       S.P. Foster, C.M. Woodcock, M.S. Williamson, A.L. Devonshire, I. Denholm and R. Thompson (1999) Reduced alarm response by peach-potato aphid, Myzus persicae (Hemiptera: Aphididae), with knock-down resistance to insecticides (kdr) may impose a fitness cost through increased vulnerability to natural enemies. Bulletin of Entomological Research 89, 133-138.

87.       K. Chamberlain, J.A. Pickett and C.M. Woodcock (2000)  Plant signalling and induced defence in insect attack.  Molecular Plant Pathology 1, 67-72.

88.       K.S. Boo, M.Y. Choi, I.B. Chung, V.F. Eastop, J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (2000)  Sex pheromone of the peach aphid, Tuberocephalus momonis, and optimal blends for trapping males and females in the field.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 26, 601-609.

89.       W. Francke, E. Plass, N. Zimmermann, H. Tietgen, T. Tolasch, S. Franke, M. Subchev, T. Toshova, J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (2000)  Major sex pheromone component of female herald moth Scoliopteryx libatrix is the novel branched alkene (6Z,13)-methylheneicosene.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 26, 1135-1149.

90.       M.A. Birkett, C.A.M. Campbell, K. Chamberlain, E. Guerrieri, A.J. Hick, J.L. Martin, M. Matthes, J.A. Napier, J. Pettersson, J.A. Pickett, G.M. Poppy, E.M. Pow, B.J. Pye, L.E. Smart, G.H. Wadhams, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (2000)  New roles for cis-jasmone as an insect semiochemical and in plant defense.  PNAS 97, 9329-9334.

91.       S. Al Abassi, M.A. Birkett, J. Pettersson, J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (2000)  Response of the seven-spot ladybird to an aphid alarm pheromone and an alarm pheromone inhibitor is mediated by paired olfactory cells.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 26, 1765-1771.

92.       E.N. Barata, J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams, C.M. Woodcock and H. Mustaparta (2000)  Identification of host and nonhost semiochemicals of eucalyptus woodborer Phoracantha semipunctata by gas chromatography-electronantennography.  Journal of Chemical Ecology 26, 1877-1895.

93.       Z.R. Khan, J.A. Pickett, J. van den Berg, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (2000)  Exploiting chemical ecology and species diversity:  stem borer and striga control for maize and sorghum in Africa.  Pest Management Science 56, 957-962.

94.       S. Al Abassi, M.A. Birkett, J. Pettersson, J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (2001)  Response of the ladybird parasitoid Dinocampus coccinellae to toxic alkaloids from the seven-spot ladybird, Coccinella septempunctataJournal of Chemical Ecology 27, 33-43.

95.       T.D. Chermenskaya, V.N. Burov, S.P. Maniar, E.M. Pow, N. Roditakis, O.G. Selytskaya, I.V. Shamshev, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (2001) Behavioural responses of Western Flower Thrips, Frankliniella occidentalis (Pergande), to volatiles from three aromatic plants. Insect Science and its Application 21, 67-72.

96.       K. Chamberlain, E. Guerrieri, F. Pennachio, J. Pettersson, J.A. Pickett, G.M. Poppy, W. Powell, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (2001) Can aphid-induced plant signals be transmitted aerially and through the rhizosphere?  Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 29, 1063-1074.

97.          A.M. Hooper, B. Donato, C.M. Woodcock, J.H. Park, R.L. Paul, K.S. Boo, J. Hardie and J.A. Pickett (2002) Characterisation of (1R,4S,4aR,7S,7aR)-dihydronepetalactol as a semiochemical for lacewings, including Chrysopa spp. and Peyerimhoffina gracilis. Journal of Chemical Ecology 28, 829-844.

98.       Z.R. Khan, A. Hassanali, T.M. Khamis, W.A. Overholt, A.M. Hooper, J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (2002) Control of the witchweed Striga hermonthica by intercropping with Desmodium spp., and the mechanism defined as allelopathic. Journal of Chemical Ecology 28, 1871-1885.

99.       C.A.M. Campbell, F.J. Cook, J.A. Pickett, T.W. Pope, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock           (2003) Responses of the aphids Phorodon humuli and Rhopalosiphum padi to sex pheromone      stereochemistry in the field. Journal of Chemical Ecology 29, 2225-2234.

100.     J.A. Pickett, H.B. Rasmussen, C.M. Woodcock, M. Matthes and J.A. Napier (2003)  Plant stress signalling: understanding and exploiting plant-plant interactions.  Biochemical Society Transactions 31, 123-127.

101.     M. Matthes, J.A. Napier, J.A. Pickett, and C.M. Woodcock (2003) New chemical signals in plant protection against herbivores and weeds. Proceedings  BCPC International Congress - Crop Science& Technology 2003, 10-12 November, SECC Glasgow, 9C-4, 1227-1236.

102.     M. Subchev, A. Mircheva, J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams, C.M. Woodock, A. dos Santos, S. Francke and W. Francke (2003) Sex pheromone of the leaf miner Phyllonorycter platani: (Z)-10-tetradecenyl acetate. Journal of Chemical Ecology 29, 2391-2396.

103.     E. Bartlet, M.M. Blight, J.A. Pickett, L.E. Smart, G. Turner and C.M. Woodcock (2004)   Orientation and feeding responses of the pollen beetle, Meligethes aeneus, to candytuft, Iberis amara. Journal of Chemical Ecology 30, 913-925. 

104.     K.-M. v. Jensen, J.B. Jespersen, M.A. Birkett, J.A. Pickett, G. Thomas, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (2004) Variation in the load of the fly Haematobia irritans (Diptera:     Muscidae) in cattle herds is determined by the presence or absence of individual heifers. Medical and Veterinary Entomology 18, 275-280. 

105.     M.A. Birkett, N. Agelopoulos, K.-M. v. Jensen, J.B. Jespersen, J.A. Pickett1, H.J. Prijs, G. Thomas, J.J. Trapman, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (2004) The role of volatile semiochemicals in mediating host location and selection by nuisance and disease-transmitting cattle flies. Medical and Veterinary Entomology 18, 313-322.

106.     A. Hassanali, Z.R. Khan, M.A. Birkett, K. Chamberlain, A.M. Hooper, P. Mayon, L.J. Wadhams, C.M. Woodcock, T.M. Khamis, J. van den Berg, and T. Toshova (2004). Understanding chemical ecology and long term biotechnological opportunities for management of stem borers and striga in Northern Africa. Proceedings Second Pest Management Conference, 6-9 December 2004.

107.     T.J.A. Bruce, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (2005). Insect host location: a volatile situation. Trends in Plant Science 10, 269-274.

108.     J.A. Pickett, M.A. Birkett, T.J.A. Bruce, K. Chamberlain, R. Gordon-Weeks, M. Matthes, M.C.B. Moraes, J. Napier, L.E. Smart, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (2005). Cis-Jasmone as an allelopathic agent through plant defence induction. Proceedings of the Fourth World Congress on Allelopathy, Wagga Wagga, Australia, 21-26 August 2005. 

109.     J.A. Pickett, T.J.A. Bruce, K. Chamberlain, A. Hassanali, Z.R. Khan, M.C. Matthes, J.A. Napier, L.E. Smart, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (2006).  Plant volatiles yielding new ways to exploit plant defence.  In:  Chemical ecology:  from gene to ecosystem, pp. 161-173.  Editors M. Dicke and W. Takken.  (Springer, Netherlands). 

110.     M.A. Birkett, K. Chamberlain, Z.R. Khan, J.A. Pickett, T. Toshova, L.J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (2006). Electrophysiological responses of the lepidopterous stemborers Chilo partellus and Busseola fusca to the volatiles from wild and cultivated host plants. Journal of Chemical Ecology 32: 2475-2487.

111.     M.H. Beale, M.A. Birkett, T.J.A. Bruce, K. Chamberlain, L.M. Field, A.K. Huttly, J.L. Martin, R. Parker, A.L. Phillips, J.A. Pickett, I.M. Prosser, P.R. Shewry, L.E. Smart, L.J. Wadhams, C.M. Woodcock and Y. Zhang (2006). Aphid alarm pheromone produced by transgenic plants affects aphid and parasitoid behaviour. PNAS  103: 10509-10513

112.     M.A. Birkett, K. Chamberlain, Z.R. Khan, J. A. Pickett, T. Toshova, L. J. Wadhams and C.M. Woodcock (2006) Electrophysiological responses of the lepidopterous stemborers Chilo partellus and Busseola fusca to volatiles from wild and cultivated    host plants. J. Chem. Ecol. 32: 2475-87

113.     J.A. Pickett, M.A. Birkett, M.C. Blassioli Moraes, T.J.A. Bruce, K. Chamberlain, R. Gordon-Weeks, M.C. Matthes, J.A. Napier, L.E. Smart, L.J. Wadhams and C.M.     Woodcock (2007). cis-Jasmone as an allelopathic agent in inducing plant defence. Allelopathy Journal     19: 109-118. 

114.     K. Schönrogge, E. Napper, M.A. Birkett, C.M. Woodcock, J.A. Pickett, L.J. Wadhams and J. Thomas (2008). Host recognition by the specialist hoverfly Microdon mutabilis, a social parasite of the ant Formica lemani. Journal of chemical Ecology 34: 168-178 

115.     A.M. Hooper, N.D. Holmes, J-H. Park, C.M. Woodcock, K.S. Boo, J. Hardie and J.A. Pickett. Hydrocarbons from the chrysopid lacewings Peyerimhoffina gracilisChrysoperla carnea and Chrysopa cognata identified, and the role of the           component (Z)-4-tridecene as a semiochemical defined (in preparation). 

116.     J.A. Pickett, M.A. Birkett, T.J.A. Bruce, K. Chamberlain, R. Gordon-Weeks, M.C. Matthes, J.A. Napier, L.E. Smart and C.M. Woodcock (2007). Developments in   aspects of ecological phytochemistry: the role of cis-jasmone in inducible defence        systems in plants. Phytochemistry 68: 2937- 2945. 

117.     A. Hassanali, H. Herren, Z.R. Khan, J.A. Pickettand C.M. Woodcock (2008). Integrated Pest Management: the push-pull approach for controlling insect pests and weeds of cereals, and its potential for other agricultural systems including animal husbandry. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B, 363: 611-621. Special Issue on Sustainable Agriculture (Editors: Ian Crute, Howard Dalton, Chris Leaver and Jules Pretty). 

118.     A.L. Mauchline, M.A. Birkett, C.M. Woodcock, J.A. Pickett, J.L. Osborne and W. Powell (2008). Electrophysiological and behavioural responses of the pollen beetle, Meligethes aeneus, to volatiles from a non-host plant, lavender, Lavandula angustifolia (Lamiaceae). Arthropod-Plant Interactions 2: 109-115..        

119.     T.J.A. Bruce, M.C. Matthes, K. Chamberlain, C.M. Woodcock, A. Mohib, B. Webster. L.E. Smart, M.A. Birkett, J.A. Pickett and J.A. Napier (2008).  cis-Jasmone induces Arabidopsis genes that affect the chemical ecology of multitrophic interactions with aphids and their parasitoids.  PNAS 105, 4553-4558. 

120.     S.Y. Dewhirst, M.A. Birkett, J.D. Fitzgerald, A. Stewart-Jones, L.J. Wadhams, C.M. Woodcock, J. Hardie and J.A. Pickett (2008). Dolichodial: a new aphid sex pheromone component? Journal of Chemical Ecology 34: 1575-1583.

121.     F. Frati, K. Chamberlain, M.A. Birkett, S. Dufour, P. Mayon, C.M. Woodcock, L.J. Wadhams, J.A. Pickett, G. Salerno, E. Conti and F. Bin (2009). Volatiles induced in Vicia faba by Lygus rugulipennis and their role in enhancement of sex pheromone activity. Journal of Chemical Ecology 35: 201-208.

122.     M. Subchev, T. Toshova, C. Koshio, S. Franke, W. Francke, R. Twele, J.A. Pickett, L.J.Wadhamsand C.M. Woodcock (2009). New sex pheromone compounds identified from females of the plum moth Illiberis rotundata Jordan. Chemoecology (DOI:10.1007/s00049-009-0008-8). 

123.     J. Van den Berg, B. Torto, J. A. Pickett , L. E. Smart , L. J. Wadhams  and C. M. Woodcock  (2008). Influence of visual and olfactory cues on field trapping of the pollen beetle, Astylus atromaculatus (Col.: Melyridae). Journal of Applied Entomology 132: 490-496. 

124.     J.A. Pickett, M.A. Birkett, C.M. Woodcock and J-J. Zhou (2009). Insect pheromones: scents and sex. The Biochemist (special edition), April 2009.

125.    R. Sasso, L. Iodice, C.M. Woodcock, J.A. Pickett and E. Guerrieri (2009). Electrophysiological and behavioural responses of Aphidius ervi (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) to tomato plant volatiles. Chemoecology, DOI 10.1007/s00049-009-0023-9. 

126.     E. Mendesil, T.J.A. Bruce, C.M. Woodcock, J.C. Caulfield, E. Seyoum and J.A. Pickett       (2009). Semiochemicals used in Host Location by the Coffee Berry Borer, Hypothenemus hampei. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 35:944-50.

127.     G.I. Aradottir, A. Karp, S. Hanley, I. Shield, C.M. Woodcock, S. Dewhirst, C. M. Collins, S. Leather and R. Harrington(2009). Host selection of the giant willow aphid (Tuberolachnus salignus). Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on Aphids. REDIA, XCII, 2009: 223-225

128.     E. N. I. Weeks, J. G. Logan, S. A. Gezan, C. M. Woodcock, M. A. Birkett, J. A. Pickett and M. M. Cameron (2010). A bioassay for studying behavioural responses of the common bed bug, Cimex lectularius (Hemiptera: Cimicidae) to bed bug-derived volatiles. Bulletin of Entomological Research 101: 1-8.

129.     X. He, G. Tzotzos, C. Woodcock, J.A.Pickett, T. Hooper, L.M. Field and J-J Zhou (2010). Binding of the general odorant binding protein of Bombyx mori BmorGOBP2 to the moth sex pheromone components. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 36: 1293-1305.

130.     G.P. Padmaja, C.M. Woodcock and T.J.A. Bruce (2010). Electrophysiological and behavioral responses of sorghum shoot fly, Atherigona soccata, to sorghum volatiles. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 36: 1346-53.

131.     M. Hegde, J.N. Oliveira, J.G. da Costa, E. Bleicher, A.E.G. Santana, T.J.A. Bruce, J. Caulfield, C.M. Woodcock, J.A. Pickett and M. A. Birkett (2010). Isolation and identification of semiochemicals involved in the tritrophic interaction between cotton, Gossypium hirsutum, cotton aphids, Aphis gossypii and Chrysoperla spp. lacewings. J. Chem. Ecol37, 741-750.

132.     A. Tamiru, T.J. A. Bruce, C.M. Woodcock, J. Caulfield, C.A.O. Midega, C.K.P.O. Ogol, M.A. Birkett, J.A. Pickett & Z. R. Khan (2011). Maize landraces induce superior defence to hybrids after egg laying by stemborer pests. Ecology Letters, 14: 1075–1083.

133. P.D.K. Jayanthi, C.M. Woodcock, J.C. Caulfield, M.A. Birkett and T.J.A. Bruce. (2012). Isolation and identification of host cues from mango, Mangifera indica, that attract gravid female oriental fruit fly, Bactrocera dorsalis (Diptera: Tephritidae). Journal of Chemical Ecology 38: 361-369.

134.   M. C. Blassioli-Moraes, R. A. Laumann, M. W. M. Oliveira, C. M. Woodcock, P. Mayon, A. Hooper, J. A. Pickett, M. A. Birkett and M. Borges (2012). Sex Pheromone Communication in Two Sympatric Neotropical Stink Bug Species, Chinavia ubica and Chinavia impicticornis. Journal of Chemical Ecology  38: 836-845.

135. J.A. Pickett, G.I. Aradottir,M.A. Birkett, T.J. Bruce, Z.R. Khan, C.A.O. Midega, L.E. Smart and C.M. Woodcock (2012). Aspects of insect chemical ecology:  exploitation of reception and detection as tools for deception of pests and beneficial insects. Physiological Entomology 32: 2-9.

136. A. Tamiru, T.J. Bruce TJ, C.A. Midega, C.M. Woodcock, M.A. Birkett, J.A. Pickett, Z.R. Khan (2012). Oviposition induced volatile emissions from African smallholder farmers' maize varieties. Journal of Chemical Ecology 38: 361-369.

137. D. Ukeh, C.M. Woodcock, J.A. Pickett and M.A. Birkett (2012). Identification of Host Kairomones from Maize, Zea mays, for the Maize Weevil, Sitophilus zeamais. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 38: 1402-1409.

138. M. Hegde, J. Nobre Oliveira, J.G. da Costa, E. Bleicher, A.E. Goulart Santana, T.J.A. Bruce, J. Caulfield, C.M. Woodcock, J.A. Pickett and M.A. Birkett. (2012). Aphid antixenosis in cotton is activated by the natural plant activator cis-jasmone. Phytochemistry 72: 81-88.

139. Z. Babikova, L. Gilbert, T.J.A. Bruce, M.A. Birkett,J.C. Caulfield, C. Woodcock,J. A. Pickett and D. Johnson (2013). Pest-induced inter-plant signalling via fungal networks invokes aphid and parasitoid responses. Ecology Letters 16: 835-843

140. G.M. Fernández-Grandon, C.M. Woodcock and G.M. Poppy (2013),   Do asexual morphs of the peach-potato aphid, Myzus persicae, utilise the aphid sex pheromone? Behavioural and electrophysiological responses of M. persicae virginoparae to (4aS,7S,7aR)-nepetalactone and its effect on aphid performance? Bulletin of Entomological Research 103: 466-473.

141. J. Vuts, L. Furlan, E. Csonka, C.M. Woodcock, J.C. Caulfield, P. Mayon, J.A. Pickett, M.A, Birkett and M. Toth (2013). Development of a female attractant for the click beetle pest Agriotes brevis. Pest Management Science, 70: 610-614

142. J.A. Pickett, C.M. Woodcock, C.A.O. Midega and Z.R. Khan (2013). Push-pull farming systems. Current Opinion in Biotechnology, 26: 1–8.

143. J.A. Pickett, G. Aradottír, M.A. Birkett, T.J.A. Bruce, A. M. Hooper, C.A.O. Midega, H.D. Jones, M.C. Matthes, J.A. Napier, J.O. Pittchar, L.E. Smart, C.M. Woodcock and Z.R. Khan (2014). Delivering sustainable crop protection systems via the seed: exploiting natural constitutive and inducible defence pathways.  Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Special Issue, Discussion Meeting December 2012, Food and Environmental Security 360: 20120281.

144.   J. Vuts, Z. Imrei, M.A. Birkett, J.A. Pickett, C.M. Woodcock and M. Toth (2014). Semiochemistry of the Scarabaeoidea. Journal of Chemical Ecology 40: 190-210.

145. P. Siciliano, X. He, C.M. Woodcock, J.A. Pickett, L.M. Field, M.A. Birkett, B. Kalinova, L.  Gomulski, F. Scolari, G. Gasperi, A. Malacrida and J.J. Zhou (2014). Pheromone Components and Binding Affinity to the Odorant Binding Protein CcapOBP83a-2 of the Mediterranean Fruit Fly, Ceratitis capitata. Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 48: 51-62.

146. J.R. Cho, M.H. Lee, C.G. Park, J.H. Kim, A.M. Hooper, C.M. Woodcock and J.A. Pickett (2014). Behavioral Response of the Lacewing Chrysopa cognata to both Aphis gossypii-induced Plant Volatiles and Chrysopa cognata-derived Volatiles.  Korean Journal of Applied Entomology 53: 7-13.

147. H.F. Van Emden, J. Dingley, S.Y. Dewhirst, J.A. Pickett, C. M. Woodcock and L.J. Wadhams (2014). The effect of artificial diet on the production of alarm pheromone by Myzus persicaePhysical Entomology 39, 285-291

148. I.S. Sobhy, C.M. Woodcock, J.A. Pickett and M.A. Birkett (2014). Elicitation of potato defence against Macrosiphum euphorbiae by cis-jasmone. In: Proceedings of the ENTO’ 13 Annual Meeting of The Royal Entomological Society (RES), University of St Andrews, St Andrews, Scotland, At University of St Andrews, St Andrews, Scotland, Volume 13.

149. A. Tamiru, T.J.A. Bruce, C.M. Woodcock, M.A. Birkett, C.A. Midega, J.A. Pickett and Z.R. Khan (2015). Chemical cues modulating electrophysiological and behavioural responses in the parasitic wasp Costesia sesamiae. Canadian Journal of Zoology 93: 281-287.

150. D. Mutyambai T.J.A. Bruce, C.A. Midega, C.M. Woodcock, J. Caulfield, J. van den Berg, J.A. Pickett and Z.R. Khan (2015). Responses of parasitoids to volatiles induced by Chilo partellus oviposition on Teosinte, a wild ancestor of maize. Journal of Chemical Ecology 41: 323-329

151. S. Touchet,  K. Chamberlain,   C.M. Woodcock,   D.J. Miller,  M.A. Birkett,  J.A. Pickett and   R.K. Allemann (2015). Novel olfactory ligands via terpene synthases. Chemical Communications 51, 7550-7553.

152. T.J.A. Bruce, G.I. Aradottir, L.E. Smart, J.L. Martin, J.C. Caulfield, A. Doherty, C.A. Sparks, C.M. Woodcock, M.A. Birkett, J.A. Napier, H.D. Jones and J.A. Pickett (2015). The first crop plant genetically engineered to release an insect pheromone for defence. Scientific Reports 5, Article Number: 11183.

153. J. Drakulic, J.C. Caulfield, C.M. Woodcock, S. Jones, R. Linforth, T.J.A. Bruce and R. Ray. Sharing a host plant, wheat (Triticum aestivum), increases the fitness of Fusarium graminearum and Fusarium head blight (FHB) severity, but reduces the fitness of grain aphids (Sitobion avenae). Applied and Environmental Microbiology (doi:10.1128/AEM.00226-15).154. J. Vuts, W. Francke, K. Mori, P.H.G. Zarbin, A.M. Hooper, J.G. Millar, J.A. Pickett, M Tóth, K. Chamberlain, J.C. Caulfield, C.M. Woodcock, A. G. Tröger, É. Bálintné Csonka and M.A. Birkett (2015). Pheromone bouquet of the dried bean beetle, Acanthoscelides obtectus (Col.: Chrysomelidae), now complete. European Journal of Organic Chemistry (doi: 10.1002/ejoc.201500196).