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Stefan Jaronski
Stefan Jaronski
USDA ARS Retired; owner Jaronski Mycological Consulting LLC
Verified email at vt.edu
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Ecological factors in the inundative use of fungal entomopathogens
ST Jaronski
BioControl 55 (1), 159-185, 2010
4082010
Evaluation of the entomopathogenic fungi Beauveria bassiana and Paecilomyces fumosoroseus for microbial control of the silverleaf whitefly, Bemisia argentifolii
SP Wraight, RI Carruthers, ST Jaronski, CA Bradley, CJ Garza, ...
Biological control 17 (3), 203-217, 2000
3512000
Ecological considerations in producing and formulating fungal entomopathogens for use in insect biocontrol
MA Jackson, CA Dunlap, ST Jaronski
BioControl 55 (1), 129-145, 2010
2822010
Pathogenicity of the Entomopathogenic FungiPaecilomycesspp. andBeauveria bassianaagainst the Silverleaf Whitefly, Bemisia argentifolii
SP Wraight, RI Carruthers, CA Bradley, ST Jaronski, LA Lacey, P Wood, ...
Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 71 (3), 217-226, 1998
2691998
The production and uses of Beauveria bassiana as a microbial insecticide
GM Mascarin, ST Jaronski
World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology 32 (11), 1-26, 2016
2292016
Comparative virulence of Beauveria bassiana isolates against lepidopteran pests of vegetable crops
SP Wraight, ME Ramos, PB Avery, ST Jaronski, JD Vandenberg
Journal of invertebrate pathology 103 (3), 186-199, 2010
1492010
Production of microsclerotia of the fungal entomopathogen Metarhizium anisopliae and their potential for use as a biocontrol agent for soil-inhabiting insects
MA Jackson, ST Jaronski
mycological research 113 (8), 842-850, 2009
1392009
Mass production of entomogenous fungi for biological control of insects
MC Bartlett, ST Jaronski
Fungi in biological control systems 1988, 61-85, 1988
1301988
Directed evolution of a filamentous fungus for thermotolerance
E De Crecy, S Jaronski, B Lyons, TJ Lyons, NO Keyhani
BMC biotechnology 9 (1), 1-11, 2009
1262009
Mass production of entomopathogenic fungi: state of the art
ST Jaronski
Mass production of beneficial organisms, 357-413, 2014
1072014
Effects of in vitro passage of Beauveria bassiana on virulence to Bemisia argentifolii
M Brownbridge, S Costa, ST Jaronski
Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 77 (4), 280-283, 2001
1062001
Soil ecology of the entomopathogenic ascomycetes: a critical examination of what we (think) we know
ST Jaronski
Use of entomopathogenic fungi in biological pest management, 91-143, 2007
1052007
Strain selection of a fungal entomopathogen, Beauveria bassiana, for control of plant bugs (Lygus spp.)(Heteroptera: Miridae)
JE Leland, MR McGuire, JA Grace, ST Jaronski, M Ulloa, YH Park, ...
Biological Control 35 (2), 104-114, 2005
1042005
Analysis and Modeling of Time–Dose–Mortality ofMelanoplus sanguinipes, Locusta migratoria migratorioides, andSchistocerca gregaria (Orthoptera: Acrididae) fromBeauveria …
RM Nowierski, Z Zeng, S Jaronski, F Delgado, W Swearingen
Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 67 (3), 236-252, 1996
961996
Safety and registration of microbial agents for control of grasshoppers and locusts
MS Goettel, ST Jaronski
The Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Canada 129 (S171), 83-99, 1997
891997
Mass production of entomopathogenic Hypocreales
ST Jaronski, MA Jackson
Manual of techniques in invertebrate pathology 2, 2012
822012
DEVELOPMENT OF BEAUVERIA BASSIANA FOR CONTROL OF GRASSHOPPERS AND LOCUSTS
ST Jaronski, MS Goettel
The Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Canada 129 (S171), 225-237, 1997
821997
Efficacy of Metarhizium anisopliae microsclerotial granules
ST Jaronski, MA Jackson
Biocontrol Science and Technology 18 (8), 849-863, 2008
782008
Evaluation of the effectiveness of entomopathogens for the management of wireworms (Coleoptera: Elateridae) on spring wheat
GVP Reddy, K Tangtrakulwanich, S Wu, JH Miller, VL Ophus, J Prewett, ...
Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 120, 43-49, 2014
642014
Mass production of fungal entomopathogens
ST Jaronski, GM Mascarin
Microbial control of insect and mite pests, 141-155, 2017
602017
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