(or visit my Google Scholar profile for a perhaps more updated list)


Peer Reviewed

Kaser JM, and Ode PJ (Invited Manuscript). 2016Hidden risks and benefits of natural enemy-mediated indirect effects. Current Opinion in Insect Science 14: 105-11. doi:10.1016/j.cois.2016.02.004.

Kantar MB*, Tyl C*, Dorn K*, Zhang X*, Jungers J*, Kaser JM*, Schendel R*, Eckberg JO*, Runck BC*, Bunzel M, Jordan NR, Stupar RM, Marks MD, Anderson JA, Johnson GA, Sheaffer CC, Schoenfuss T, Ismail B, Heimpel GE, Wyse D. 2016. Perennial Grain and Oilseed Crops. Annual Review of Plant Biology 67. doi: 10.1146/annurev-arplant-043015-112311. Note: *Contributed equally to this work.

Kaser JM, and Heimpel GE. 2015. Linking risk and efficacy in biological control host-parasitoid models. Biological Control 90: 49-60. doi:10.1016/j.biocontrol.2015.05.005

Eckberg JO, Peterson JA, Borsch CP, Kaser JM, Johnson GA, Luhman JC, Wyse DL, and Heimpel GE. 2015. Field abundance and performance of hoverflies (Diptera: Syrphidae) on soybean aphid. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 108: 26-34.

David AS, Kaser JM, Morey AC, Roth AM, and Andow AD. 2013. Release of genetically engineered insects: a framework to identify potential ecological effects. Ecology and Evolution 3 (11). doi:10.1002/ece3.737. Note: 1st four authors contributed equally and are listed alphabetically.

Asplen MK, Bruns E, David AS, Denison RF, Epstein B, Kaiser MC, Kaser JM, Lacroix C,Mohl EK, Quiram G, Prescott K, Stanton-Geddes J, Vincent JB, Wragg PD, and May G. 2012. Do trade-offs have explanatory power for the evolution of organismal interactions?  Evolution 66(5): 1297–1307.

Rao S, Alderman SC, Kaser JM, and Hoffman GD. 2012. Fertilization ofEpichloë typhina in cultivated Dactylis glomerata by factors besidesBotanophila flies. In: Young CA, Aiken G, McCulley, R, Strickland, and Schardl CL, (eds). Epichloae, endophytes of cool season grasses: Implications, utilization and biology. pp: 122-126.


Extension & Un-refereed Reports

Kaser JM, Heimpel GE, and Koch RL. 2015. Parasitic wasps attacking Minnesota soybean aphids: summary of a collaborative statewide survey. Minnesota Crop News, Blog.

Kaser JM, Heimpel GE, Kromroy K, Pahs T, and Koch RL. 2014. Parasitoid community attacking Minnesota soybean aphids: 2014 statewide survey. Report to the Minnesota Department of Agriculture.

David AS, Kaser JM, Morey AC, Roth AM, and Andow DA. 2012. Potential adverse ecological effects and social consequences of releasing genetically engineered mosquitoes to control malaria. Invited Report to the U.S. National Research Council.

Rao S, Hoffman GD, Kaser JM, and Alderman SC. 2010. Fertilization of the choke pathogen in orchardgrass seed production fields in the Willamette Valley. In Young, W.C., Ed. Seed Production Research, Oregon State University Publication 130: 1-14

Kaser JM, and Rao S. 2010. Mapping the choke pathogen in cultivated orchardgrass fields in the Willamette Valley. In Young, W.C., Ed. Seed Production Research, Oregon State University Publication 129: 1-5.

Kaser JM, Rao S, and Alderman SC. 2009. Seasonal production of infective ascospores of the choke pathogen, Epichloë typhina, in orchardgrass in the Willamette Valley. In Young WC, Ed., Seed Production Research, Oregon State University Publication 128: 11-15.




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