Research and Extension Publications

Publications in Journals

  1. Adelman, Z, O. Akbari, J. Bauer, E. Bier, C. Bloss, S. Carter, C. Callender, A. Denis, P. Cowhey, B. Daas, J. Delborne, M. Devereaux, P. Ellsworth, R. Friedman, V. Gantz, C. Gibson, B. Hay, M. Hoddle, A. James, S. James, L. Jorgenson, M. Kalichman, J. Marshall, W. McGinnis, J. Newman, A. Pearson, H. Quemada, L. Rudenko, A. Shelton, J. Vinetz, J. Weisman, B. Wong, C. Wozniak. 2017. Rules of the road for insect gene drive research and testing. Nature Biotech. 35, 716- 718. (PDF)
  2. Navasero, MV., R.N. Candano, D.M. Hautea, R.A. Hautea, F.A. Shotkoski, A.M. Shelton. 2016. Assessing potential impact of Bt eggplants on non-target arthropods in the Phillipines. PLoS One http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0165190 (PDF)
  3. Hautea, D., L.D. Taylo, A. P. Masanga, M. L. J. Sison, J. O. Narciso, R. B. Quilloy, R. A. Hautea, F. A Shotkoski, A. M. Shelton. 2016. Field performance of Bt eggplants in the Philippines: Cry1Ac expression and control of the eggplant fruit and shoot borer. PLoS One (PDF)
  4. Olmstead, D., B. A. Nault and A. M. Shelton. 2016. Management of Helicoverpa zea (Boddie) in sweet corn in the United States. J. Econ. Entomol. 109: 1667-1676. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/jee/tow (PDF)
  5. Olmstead, D. and A. M. Shelton. 2016. Effects of timing and insecticide on management of Helicoverpa zea in sweet corn. Florida Ent. 99: 161-165. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1653/024.099.0201 (PDF)
  6. Huesing, J., D. Andres, M. Braverman, A. Burns, A. Felsot, G. Harrigan, R. Hellmich, A. Reynolds, A. Shelton, W. van Rijssen, E. Morris and J. Eloff. 2016. Global adoption of genetically modified (GM) crops: challenges for the public sector. J. Ag and Food Chemistry 64: 394-402. 10.1021/acs.jafc.5b05116 (PDF)
  7. Han, F., A. M. Shelton and D. Zhou. 2016. How China can enhance adoption of biotech crops Nature Biotech 34:7, 693. doi:10.1038/nbt.3546. (PDF)
  8. Seto, M. and A. M. Shelton. 2016. Development and evaluation of degree-day models for Acrolepiosis assectella based on hosts and flight patterns. J. Econ. Entomol. 109: 613-621. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/jee/tov344 (PDF)
  9. Guo, Y-Y, J-C Tian, W-P Shi, X-H Dong, J. Romeis, S.E. Naranjo, R. H. Hellmich and A. M. Shelton. 2015. The interaction of two-spotted spider mites, Tetranychus urticae Koch, on Cry protein production and predation by Amblyseius andersoni (Chant) in Cry1Ac/Cry2Ab cotton and Cry1F maize. Transgenic Research, 25 (1), 33-44 (DOI) 10.1007/s11248-015-9917-1. (PDF)
  10. Yan, S., J. Zhu, W. Zhu, Z. Li, A. M. Shelton, J. Luo, J. Cui, Q. Zhang and X. Liu. 2015. Pollen-mediated gene flow from transgenic cotton under greenhouse conditions is dependent on different pollinators. Sci. Rep. 5, 15917; doi: 10.1038/srep15917 (PDF)
  11. Xiao-Wei Li, P. Wang, J. Fail and A. M Shelton.  2015.  Detection of gene flow from sexual to asexual lineages in Thrips tabaci (Thysanoptera: Thripidae).  PLoS One 10(9): e0138353. doi:10.1371/journal. (PDF)
  12. Tian, J-C., J. Yao, L-P. Long, J. Romeis, and A. M. Shelton. 2015. Bt crops are more compatible with IPM than a conventional insecticide: the case of an aphid and its natural enemies. Scientific Reports. Article number: 16636 (2015). doi:10.1038/srep16636. (PDF)
  13. Han, F., D. Zhou, Q. Zhang, X-X. Liu, J. Cheng, A. M. Shelton. 2015. Attitudes in China about crops and foods developed by biotechnology. PLoS ONE 10(11): e0143474. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0143474. (PDF)
  14. Harvey-Samuel, T., N. Morrison, A. Walker, T. Marubbi, J. Yao, H. Colins, K. Gorman, T. G. Enyr Davies, N. Alphey, S. Warner, A. M. Shelton, L. Alphey.  2015.  Pest control and resistance management through releases of insects carrying a male-selecting transgene. BMC Biology 13:49 doi:10.1186/s12915-015-0161-1. (PDF)
  15. Liu, X.X., G. H. Abro, F. Han, J. Tian, M. Chen, D. Onstad, R. Roush, Q. Zhang and A. M. Shelton. 2015.  Effect of Bt broccoli and resistant genotype of Plutella xylostella on life history and prey acceptance of the predator, Coleomegilla maculata.  Biological Control 91, 55-61. (PDF)
  16. Xiao-Wei Li, J. Fail and A. M Shelton.  2015.  Females multiple matings and male harassment on the fitness of arrhenotokous Thrips tabaci.  Behav. Ecol. Sociobio. 69:1585-95. DOI 10.1007/s00265-015-1970-5. (PDF)
  17. Shelton, A. M. 2015. Communicating science to the public: one scientist’s experience in writing for the general public about genetically engineered crops. American Entomologist Summer 2015:124. DOI 10.1093/ae/tmv019 (PDF)
  18. Kain, W, X. Song, A. Janmaat, J-Z Zhao, J. Myers, A. M. Shelton and P. Wang. 2014.  Resistance of Trichoplusia ni populations selected by Bacillus thuringiensis sprays to pyramided Bt cotton plants expressing Cry1Ac and Cry2Ab.  Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 81: 1884-1890. (PDF).
  19. Su, H-H, J. Tian, S. E. Narnajo, J. Romeis, R. L. Hellmich and A. M. Shelton.  Bacillus thuringiensis plants expressing Cry1ac, Cry2Ab and Cry1F do not harm the assassin bug, Zelus renardii.  J. Applied Entomol.  139: 23-30. doi: 10.1111/jen.12184 (PDF)
  20. Philips, C.R., Z. Fu, T.P. Kuhar, A.M. Shelton, and R.J. Cordero. 2014. Natural history, ecology and management of diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella, with emphasis on the United States. Journal of Integrated Pest Management. 5: D1-D11. http://dx.doi.org/10.1603/IPM14012 [PDF]
  21. Li, X-W, J. Fail, P. Wang, J-N Feng and A. M. Shelton. 2014.  Performance of arrhenotokous and thelytokous Thrips tabaci on onions and cabbage and its implications on evolution and pest management.  J. Econ. Entomol 107: 1526-1534. [PDF]
  22. Kumar, R., J. Tian, S. Naranjo and A. M. Shelton.  2014.  Effects of Bt cotton on Thrips tabaci and its predator, Orius insidiosus.  J. Econ. Entomol. J. Econ. Entomol.107: 927-932 [PDF]
  23. Li, X-W, Jiang, H-X Jiang, X-C Zhang, A. M. Shelton and J-N Feng.  2014. Post-mating interactions and their effects on fitness of female and male Echinothrips americanus, a new insect pest in China.  PLoS One Jan. 29, 2014. DOI. 10.1371/journal.pone.0087725 [PDF]
  24. Liu, X. X., M. Chen, H.L. Collins, D. W. Onstad, R. T. Roush, Q. Zhang, E. D. Earle and A.M. Shelton.  2014.  Natural enemies delay insect resistance to Bt plants.  PLoS One DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0090366 [PDF]
  25. Gautam, S., D. Olmstead, T. Jun-ce, H. Collins and A. M. Shelton.  2014.  Tri-trophic studies using Cry1Ac-resistant Plutella xylostella demonstrate no adverse effects of Cry1Ac on the entomopathogenic nematode, Heterorhabditis bacteriophora. J. Econ. Entomol. 107: 115-120 [PDF]
  26. Li, X-W, H-X Jiang, X-C Zhang, A. M. Shelton and J-N Feng.  2014.  Post-mating interactions and their effects on fitness of female and male Echinothrips americanus, a new insect pest in China.  PLoS One.  DOI. 10.1371/journal.pone.0087725 [PDF]
  27. Tian, J., L-P. Long, X-P. Wang, S. Naranjo, J. Romeis, R. Hellmich, P. Wang, and A. M. Shelton. 2014.  Using resistant prey demonstrates that Bt plants producing Cry1Ac, Cry2Ab and Cry1F have no negative effects on Geocoris punctipes and Orius insidiosus.  Environ Entomol. 43: 242-251. [PDF]
  28. Romeis, J., R., M. McLean and A. M. Shelton. 2013. Reply to Wickson et al. Nature Biotech.  Vol. 31:12, 1078-1079. [PDF]
  29. Fail, J., M. E. Deutschlander and A. M. Shelton.  2013.  Antixenotic resistance of cabbage to onion thrips: Light reflectance. J. Econ. Entomol. 106: 2602-2612. [PDF]
  30. Shelton, A. M., D. L. Olmstead, E. C. Burkness, W. D. Hutchison, G. Dively, C. Welty and A. N. Spraks. 2013.  Multi-state trials of Bt sweet corn varieties for control of the corn earworm (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae).  J. Econ. Entomol. 106 (5): 2151-2159. [PDF]
  31. Sumerford, D. V., G. P. Head, A. M. Shelton, J. Greenplate and W. Moar.  2013.  Field-evolved resistance: assessing the problem and ways to move forward.  J. Econ. Entomol (Forum): 106: 1525-1534. [PDF]
  32. Tian, J., X-P. Wang, L-P. Long, J. Romeis, S. Naranjo, R. Hellmich, and A. M. Shelton. 2013.  Eliminating host-mediated effects demonstrates Bt maize producing Cry1F has no adverse effects on the parasitoid, Cotesia marginiventris. Transgenic Research. DOI 10.1007/s11248-013-9748-x. [PDF]
  33. Tian, J., X-P. Wang, L-P. Long, J. Romeis, S. Naranjo, R. Hellmich, P. Wang, E.D. Earle and A. M. Shelton. 2013. Bt crops expressing Cry1Ac, Cry2Ab and Cry1F do not harm the green lacewing, Chrysoperla rufilabris.   PLoS One. [PDF]
  34. Romeis, J., R. A. M. Shelton and M. McLean, 2013.  When bad science makes good headlines: case of non-target organisms and genetically engineered crop.  Nature Biotech.  37: 386-387. [PDF]
  35. Onstad, D., X. Liu, M. Chen, R. Roush and A. M. Shelton.  2013.  Modeling the integration of parasitism, insecticide and transgenic insecticidal crops for the long-term control of an insect pest.  J. Econ. Entomol. 106: 1103-1111.  [PDF]
  36. Olmstead, D. and A. M. Shelton.  2012.  Evaluation of insecticide chemistries against leek moth, a new pest in North America.  Florida Entomologist.  95: 1127-1131. [PDF]
  37. Abro, G.H., A. N. Kalhoro, G. H. Sheikh, M. S. Awan, R. D. Jessar and A. M. Shelton.  2013.  Insecticides for control of the diamondback moth in Pakistan and factors that affect their toxicity.  Crop Protection 52: 91-96. [PDF]
  38. Romeis, J., A. Raybould, F. Bigler, M. P. Candolfi, R. L. Hellmich, J. Huesing and A. M. Shelton.  2013.  Deriving criteria to select arthropod species for laboratory tests to assess the ecological risks from cultivating transgenic crops.  Chemosphere.  90: 901-909 [PDF]
  39. Shelton, A. M., S. Naranjo, J. Romeis, and R. H. Hellmich.  2012.  Errors in Logic and Statistics Plague a Meta-Analysis (response to Andow et al. 2012).  Environ. Entomol. 41:1047-9. [PDF]
  40. Herlihy, M, R. Van Driesche, M. Abney, J. Brodeur, A. Bryant, R. Casagrande, D. Delaney, T. Elkner, S. Fleischer, R. Groves, D. Gruner, J. Harmon, G. Heimpel, K. Hemady, T. Kuhar, C. Maund, A. M. Shelton, A. Seaman, M. Skinner, R. Weinzierl, K. Yeargan and. Z. Szendrei.  2012.  Distribution of Cotesia rubecula and its displacement of Cotesia glomerata in Eastern North America.  Florida Entomologist. 95:461-467. [PDF]
  41. Diaz-Montano, J, J. Fail, M. Deutschlander, B. A. Nault and A. M. Shelton. 2012.  Characterization of resistance, evaluation of the attractiveness of plant odors and effect of leaf color on different onion cultivars to onion thrips.  J. Econ. Entomol. 105: 632-641. [PDF]
  42. Tian, J., Y. Chen, Z-L Li, K. Li, M. Chen, Y-F Peng, C. Hu, A. M. Shelton and G-Y Ye. 2012.  Transgenic Cry1Ab rice does not impact ecological fitness and predation of a generalist spider.  PLoS One. [PDF]
  43. Tian, J., H. L. Collins, J. Romeis, S. E. Naranjo, R. L. Hellmich and A. M. Shelton.  2012.  Using field-evolved resistance to Cry1F maize in a lepidopteran pest to demonstrate no adverse effects of Cry1F on one of its major predators.  Transgenic Research.  21:1303-1310. DOI 10.1007/s11248-012-9604-4 [PDF]
  44. Shelton, A. M.  2012.  Genetically engineered vegetables expressing proteins from Bacillus thuringiensis for insect resistance:  successes, disappointments, challenges and ways to move forward.   GM Crops & Food 3: 175-183. (invited paper) [PDF]
  45. Liu, X., M. Chen, D. Onstad, R. Roush, H. Collins, E. D. Earle and A. M. Shelton.  2012. Effect of Bt broccoli or broccoli treated with insecticides on ovipositional preference and larval survival of Plutella xylostella (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae).  Environ. Entomol. 41: 880-886. [PDF]
  46. Smith, E. A., A. DiTommaso, M. Fuchs, A. M. Shelton and B. A. Nault.  2012.  Abundance of weed hosts as sources of onion and potato viruses in western New York.  Crop Protection 37:91-96. [PDF]
  47. Liu, X., M. Chen, H. Collins, D. Onstad, R. Roush, Q. Zhang and A. M. Shelton.  2012. Effect of insecticides and Plutella xylostella genotype on a predator and parasitoid and implications for the evolution of insecticide resistance.  J. Econ. Entomol. 105: 354-362. [PDF]
  48. Diaz-Montano, M. Fuchs, B. A. Nault and A. M. Shelton.  2012. Resistance to onion thrips in onion cultivars does not prevent infection by Iris Yellow Spot Virus following vector-mediated transmission.  Florida Entomologist (in press). [PDF]
  49. Han, F., X. X. Liu, J. C. Tian, Q. W. Zhang and A. M. Shelton.  2011. A new source of cabbage host plant resistance to the diamondback moth.  Florida Entomologist. 94: 711-3. [PDF]
  50. Li, Y., J. Romeis, P. Wang, Y. Peng, and A. M. Shelton.  2011.  A comprehensive assessment of the potential effects of Bt cotton on Coleomegilla maculata demonstrates no detrimental effects by Cry1Ac and Cry2Ab.  PLoS ONE 6(7): e22185. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0022185 [PDF]
  51. Romies, J. R. Hellmich, M. Candolfi, K. Carstens, A. de Schrijer, A. Gatehouse, R. Herman, J Huesing, M. McLean, A. Raybould, A. Shelton and A. Waggoner. 2011.  Recommendations for the design of laboratory studies on non-target arthropods for risk assessment of genetically engineered plants. Transgenic Research 20:1-22. [PDF]
  52. Baxter, S., J. Davey, S. Johnston, A. M. Shelton, D. Heckel, C. Jiggins, and M. Blaxter. 2011. Association mapping, comparative genomics and constructing linkage groups using next-generation RAD sequencing of a non-model organism.  PLoS One. [PDF]
  53. Smith, E. A., A. DiTommaso, M. Fuchs, A. M. Shelton and B. A. Nault.  2011. Weed hosts for onion thrips (Thysanoptera:  Thripidae) and their potential role in the epidemiology of Iris yellow spot virus in an onion ecosystem. Environ. Entomol. 40(2):  194-203. [PDF]
  54. Chen, M., A. M. Shelton, R. H. Hallett, C. A. Hoepting, J. R. Kikkert and P. Wang.  2011. Swede midge, 10 years of invasion of crucifer crops in North America.  J. Econ. Entomol. (Forum) 104: 709-716.[PDF]
  55. Li, Y., J. Ostrem, J. Romeis, M. Chen, X. Liu, R. Hellmich, A. M. Shelton and Y. Peng.  2011.  Development of a tier-1 assay for assessing the toxicity of insecticidal substances against Coleomegilla maculata.  Environ. Entomol. 40: 496-502. [PDF]
  56. Liu, X., M. Chen, D. Onstad, R. Roush and A. M. Shelton.  2011.  Effect of Bt broccoli and resistant genotypes of Plutella xylostella on development and host acceptance of the parasitoid, Diadegma insulare.  Transgenic Research Vol 20: 887-897. DOI 10.1007/s11248-010-9471-9 [PDF]
  57. Diaz-Montano, M. Fuchs, B. A. Nault, J. Fail and A. M. Shelton.  2011.  Onion thrips: a global pest of increasing concern in onion.  J. Econ. Entomol. 104: 1-13. [PDF]
  58. Chen, M. and A. M. Shelton.  2010.  Effect of insect density, plant age and residue duration on acetamiprid efficacy against swede midge.  J. Econ. Entomol. 103: 2107-2111. [PDF]
  59. Rinkevich, F., M. Chen, A. M. Shelton and J. Scott.  2010.  Transcripts of the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor subunit gene Pxylαwith premature stop codons are associated with spinosad resistance in diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella. Invert. Nuerosci 10:25-33. [PDF]
  60. Silva-Aguayo, G., J. Concepcion Rodriguez-Maciel, A. Lagunes-Tejeda, C. Llanderal-Cazares, R. Alatorre-Rosas, A. M. Shelton and C. A. Blanco.  2010.  Bioactivity of Boldo (Peumus boldus Molina) onSpodoptera frugiperda and Helicoverpa zea.  Southwestern Entomol. Vol. 35:215 231. [PDF]
  61. Nault, B. A. and A. M. Shelton.  2010.  Impact of insecticide efficacy on developing action thresholds for pest management: a case study of onion thrips on onions.  J. Econ. Entomol. 103: 1315-1326. [PDF]
  62. Shelton, A. M.  2010. The long road to commercialization of Bt brinjal (eggplant) in India.  Crop Protection 29: 412-414. (invited paper). [PDF]
  63. Baxter, S., M. Chen, A. Dawson, J. Z. Zhao, H. Vogel, A. M. Shelton, D. Heckel and C. Jiggins. 2010. Mis-spliced transcripts of nicotinic acetylcholine receptor α6 are associated with field evolved spinosad resistance in Plutella xylostella (L.)Plos Genetics 6 (1): 1-10. [PDF]
  64. Zhao, J. Z., H. L. Collins and A. M. Shelton.  2010.  Testing insecticide resistance management strategies: mosaics vs. rotations.  Pest Management Sci. 66: 1101-1105.  [PDF]
  65. Diaz-Montano, J., M. Fuchs, B. A. Nault and A. M. Shelton.  2010.  Evaluation of onion cultivars for resistance to onion thrips and Iris yellow spot virus.  J. Econ. Entomol. 103:925-937.    [PDF]
  66. Hsu, C. L., C. A. Hoepting, M. Fuchs, A. M. Shelton and B. A. Nault.  2010.  Temporal dynamics of Iris yellow spot virus and its vector, onion thrips, Thrips tabaci, in direct-seeded and transplant onion fields.  Environ. Entomol. 39: 266-277. [PDF]
  67. Grzywacz, D., A. Rossbach, A. Rauf, D. Russell, R. Srinivasan and A. M. Shelton.  2010.  Current control methods for diamondback moth and prospects for improved management with lepidopteron-resistant Bt vegetable brassicas in Asia and Africa.  Crop Protection 29:68-79. [PDF]
  68. Shelton, A. M., S. Naranjo, J. Romeis,  R. H. Hellmich, J. Wolt, B. Federici, R. Albajes, F. Bigler, E. Burgess, G. Dively, A. Gatehouse, L. Malone, R. Roush, M. Sears and F. Sehnal.  2009.  Setting the record straight: a rebuttal to an erroneous analysis on transgenic insecticidal crops and natural enemies.  Transgenic Res. 18:317-322. [PDF]
  69. Shelton, A. M., S. Naranjo, J. Romeis,  R. H. Hellmich, J. Wolt, B. Federici, R. Albajes, F. Bigler, E. Burgess, G. Dively, A. Gatehouse, L. Malone, R. Roush, M. Sears, F. Sehnal, N. Ferry and H. Bell.  2009. Appropriate analytical methods are necessary to assess non-target effects of insecticidal proteins in GM crops through meta-analysis (response to Andow et al.).  Environ. Entomol. 38: 1533-8. [PDF]
  70. Shelton, A. M., G. T. Gujar, M. Chen, A. Rauf, R. Srinvasan, V. Kalia, A. Mittal, A. Kumari, K. Ramesh, R. Borkakatti, J. Z. Zhao, N. Endersby, D. Russell, Y. D. Wu and B. Uijtewaal.  2009.  Assessing the susceptibility of cruciferous Lepidoptera to Cry1Ba2 and Cry1Ca4 for future transgenic vegetables.  J. Econ. Entomol. 102: 2217-2223. [PDF]
  71. Chen, M, W. Li and A. M. Shelton.  2009.  Simulated crop rotation systems control swede midge, Contarinia nasturtii (Keiffer).  Entomol. Expt. Appl. 133:84-91. [PDF]
  72. Hallett, R. H., M. Chen, M. K. Sears and A. M. Shelton.  2009.  Insecticide management strategies for control of the swede midge on cole crops. J. Econ. Entomol. 102: 2241-2254. [PDF]
  73. Chen, M., A. M. Shelton, P. Wang, C. A. Hoepting, W. C. Kain and D. C. Brainard.  2009.  Occurrence of the new invasive insect, Contarinia nasturtii, on cruciferous weeds. J. Econ. Entomol. 102: 115-120. [PDF]
  74. Chen, M., G. Ye, Z. Liu, Q. Fang, C. Hu, Y. Peng and A. M. Shelton.  2009.  Analysis of Cry1Ab toxin bioaccumulation in a food chain of Bt rice, an herbivore and predator.  Ecotoxicology: 18: 230-238.[PDF]
  75. Chen, M., J.-Z. Zhao, H. L. Collins, E. D. Earle, J. Cao and A. M. Shelton.  2008.  A critical assessment of the effects of Bt transgenic plants on parasitoids. PLoS ONE 3(5): e2284. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0002284 [PDF]
  76. Cao, J., A. M. Shelton and E. D. Earle.  2008.  Sequential transformation to pyramid two Bt genes in vegetable Indian mustard (Brassica juncea L.) and its potential for control of diamondback moth larvae.  Plant Cell Report. 27 Issue: 3, Pages: 479-487. [PDF]
  77. Moar, W., R. Roush, A. M. Shelton, J. Ferre, S. MacIntosh, B. Leonard and C. Abel.  2008.  Field-evolved resistance to Bt toxins.  Nature Biotech.  26:10: 6-7. [PDF]
  78. Shelton, A. M., S. L. Hatch, J.-Z. Zhao, M. Chen, E. D. Earle and J. Cao.  2008.  Suppression of diamondback moth using Bt transgenic plants as a trap crop.  Crop Protection 27: 403-9. [PDF]
  79. Baxter, S. W., J-Z. Zhao, A. M. Shelton, H. Vogel and D. G. Heckel.  2008.  Genetic mapping of Bt-toxin binding proteins in a Cry1A-toxin resistant strain of diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella.  Insect Biochem and Molecular Bio. 38: 125-135. [PDF]
  80. Shelton, A. M., J. Plate and M. Chen.  2008.  Advances in control of onion thrips in cabbage.  J. Econ. Entomol. 101: 438-443. [PDF]
  81. Chen, M., J.-Z. Zhao, A. M. Shelton, J. Cao and E. D. Earle.  2008.  Impact of single and dual-gene Bt broccoli on the herbivore Pieris rapae and its pupal endoparasitoid Pteromaluus puparium.  Transgenic Res. 17: 545-555. [PDF]
  82. Romeis, J., Bartsch, D., Bigler, F., Candolfi, M.P., Gielkens, M., Hartley, S.E., Hellmich, R.L., Huesing, J.E., Jepson, P.C., Layton, R., Quemada, H., Raybould, A., Rose, R.I., Schiemann, J., Sears, M.K., Shelton, A.M., Sweet, J., Vaituzis, Z., and Wolt, J.D.  2008.  Assessment of risk of insect-resistant transgenic crops to non-target organisms.  Nature Biotechnology 26: 203-208. [PDF]
  83. Larentzaki, E., A. M. Shelton and J. Plate.  2008.  Effect of kaolin particle film on Thrips tabaci oviposition, feeding and development on onions: a lab and field case study.  Crop Protection 27: 727-734. [PDF]
  84. Chen, M. and A. M. Shelton.  2007.  Impact of soil type, moisture and depth on swede midge pupation and emergence.  Environ. Ent. 36:1349-1355 [PDF]
  85. Heckel, D. G., L. J. Gahan, S. W. Baxter, J.-Z. Zhao, A. M. Shelton, F. Gould, B. E. Tabashnik.  2007.  The diversity of Bt resistance genes in Lepidoptera.  J. Invert. Path. 95:192-197. [PDF]
  86. Hardy, R., A. Eaglesham and A. M. Shelton. 2007.  Agriculture & forestry for energy, chemicals, & materials: The road forward.  Industrial Biotechnology, Vol. 3, No. 2, p. 133-137. [PDF]
  87. Shelton, A. M. 2007.  Considerations on the use of transgenic crops for insect control.  J.  Developmental Studies.  43: 890-900. [PDF]
  88. Larentzaki, E., A. M. Shelton, F. R. Musser, B. A. Nault and J. Plate.  2007.  Overwintering of onion thrips in onion fields in New York.  J. Econ. Entomol. 100: 1194-1200. [PDF]
  89. Chen, M., Z-C. Liu, G-Y. Ye, Z-C. Shen, C. Hu, Y-F, Peng, I. Altosaar and A. M. Shelton.  2007.  Impacts of transgenic cry1Ab rice on non-target planthoppers and their main predator Cyrtorhinus lividipennis-a case study on the compatibility of Bt rice with biological control.  Biological Control 42:242-250. [PDF]
  90. Chen, M., J.-Z. Zhao and A. M. Shelton.  2007.  Control of swede midge, Contarinia nasturtii, by foliar sprays of acetamiprid on cauliflower transplants.  Crop Protection 26:1574-1578. [PDF]
  91. Rueda, A., F. Badenes-Perez and A. M. Shelton.  2007.  Developing economic thresholds for onion thrips in Honduras.  Crop Protection, 26: 1099-1107. [PDF]
  92. Wang, P., J-Z Zhao, A. Rodrigo-Simon, W. Kain, A. Janmaat, A. M. Shelton and J. Myers.  2007.  Mechanism of resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis toxin Cry1Ac in a greenhouse population of cabbage looper,Tricholusia ni.  Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 73: 1199- 1207. [PDF]
  93. Fang, J., X. Xu, P. Wang, J.-Z. Zhao, A. M. Shelton, J. Cheng, M.-G. Feng, and Z. Shen.  2007.  Characterization of chimeric Bacillus thuringiensis Vip3 toxins. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 73: 956-961.  [PDF]
  94. Chen, M., J.-Z Zhao, G. Ye, Q. Fu and A. M. Shelton.  2006.  Impact of insect-resistant transgenic rice on target pests and non-target arthropods in China.  Insect Science 13: 409-420 [PDF]
  95. Nault, B. A., A. M Shelton, J. L. Gangloff-Kaufmann, M. E. Clark, J. L. Werren, J. C. Cabrera-La Rosa and G. G. Kennedy.  2006.  Reproductive strategies in onion thrips populations from New York onion fields.  Environ. Entomol. 35:1264-1271. [PDF]
  96. Musser, F. R., J. P. Nyrop and A. M. Shelton.  2006.  Integrating biological and chemical controls in decision-making:  European corn borer control in sweet corn as an example.  J. Econ. Entomol. 99:1538-1549.[PDF]
  97. Shelton, A. M., J.-Z Zhao, B. A. Nault, J. Plate, F. R. Musser and E. Larentzaki.  2006.  Patterns of insecticide resistance in onion thrips, Thrips tabaci, in onion fields in New York.  J. Econ. Entomol. 99:1798-1804. [PDF]
  98. Badenes-Perez, F. and A. M. Shelton.  2006.  Pest management and other agricultural practices among farmers growing cruciferous vegetables in the Central and Western Highlands of Kenya and the Western Himalayas of India.  International J. of Pest Management. 52:303-315. [PDF]
  99. Zhao, J. Z., H. L. Collins, Y. X. Li, R. F. Mau, G. D. Thompson, M. S. Hertlein, J. T. Andaloro, R. Boyken and A. M. Shelton.  2006.  Monitoring of diamondback moth resistance to spinosad, indoxacarb and emamectin benzoate.  J. Econ. Entomol. 99:176-181. [PDF]
  100. Badenes-Perez, F., B. A. Nault and A. M. Shelton.  2006.  Dynamics of diamondback moth oviposition in the presence of a highly preferred non-suitable host.  Entomol. Exp. Appl.  120: 23-31. [PDF]
  101. Cao, J. S. L. Bates, J-Z Zhao, A. M. Shelton and E. D. Earle.  2006.  Bt protein production, signal transduction and insect control in chemically inducible PR-1a/Cry1Ab broccoli plants.  Plant Cell Rep. 25: 554-560. [PDF]
  102. Wu, Q., J. Z. Zhao, A. G. Taylor and A. M. Shelton.  2006.  Evaluation of insecticides and application methods against swede midge, a new invasive pest in the US.  J. Econ. Entomol. 99:117-122. [PDF]
  103. Kikkert., J., C. A. Hoepting, Q. Wu, P. Wang, R. Baur and A. M. Shelton.   2006.  Detection of swede midge in New York, a new pest of cruciferous plants in the United States.  J. Econ. Entomol. 99:1310-1315. [PDF]
  104. Bates, S. L., J. Cao, J. Zhao, E. D. Earle, R. T. Roush and A. M. Shelton. 2005.  Evaluation of a chemically inducible promoter for developing a within-plant refuge for resistance management. J. Econ. Entomol. 98: 2188-2194. [PDF]
  105. Zhao, J., J. Cao, H. C. Collins, S. L. Bates, R. T. Roush, E. D. Earle and A. M. Shelton.  2005.  Concurrent use of transgenic plants expressing a single and two Bt genes speeds insect adaptation to pyramided plants.  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 102: 8426-8430. [PDF]
  106. Bates, S. L., J-Z. Zhao, R. T. Roush, and A. M. Shelton.  2005.  Insect resistance management in GM crops: past present and future.  Nature Biotech 23: 57-62 [PDF]
  107. Badenes-Perez, F.,A. M. Shelton and B. A. Nault .  2005.  Using yellow rocket as a trap crop for the diamondback moth.  J. Econ. Entomol.  98: 884-890 [PDF]
  108. Badenes-Perez, F., B. A. Nault and A. M. Shelton.  2005.  Manipulating the attractiveness and suitability of host for diamondback moth.  J. Econ. Entomol.  98: 836-844 [PDF]
  109. Baxter, S. W., J-Z. Zhao, L. J. Gahan, A. M. Shelton, B. E. Tabashnik and D. G. Heckel.  2005.  Novel genetic basis of field-evolved resistance to Bt toxins in Plutella xylostella.  Insect Molecular Biology 14:327-334. [PDF]
  110. Musser, F. P., B. A. Nault, J. P. Nyrop and A. M. Shelton.  2005.  Impact of a glossy collard trap crop on diamondback moth adult movement, oviposition and larval survival.  Entomol. Exp. Appl.  117: 71-81[PDF]
  111. Musser, F. P and A. M. Shelton.  2005.  The influence of post-treatment temperature on the toxicity of insecticides to Ostrinina nubilalis.  Pest Management Sci. 61:508-510 [PDF]
  112. Cao, J., A. M. Shelton and E. D. Earle.  2005.  Development of transgenic collards expressing a cry1Ac or cry1C Bt gene for control of the diamondback moth.  Crop Protection 24: 804-813 [PDF]
  113. Goulet, E., A. Rueda and A. M. Shelton.  2005.  Management of the mahogany shoot borer through weed management and insecticidal sprays in one-and two year-old Swietenia humulis plantations.  Crop Protection 24: 821-828 [PDF]
  114. Kain, W., J.-Z. Zhao, A. Janmaat, J. Myers, A. M. Shelton and P. Wang.  2004.  Inheritance of resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis Cry1Ac toxin in greenhouse-derived strain of cabbage looper.  J. Econ. Entomol. 97: 2073-2078. [PDF]
  115. Musser, F. R, J. P. Nyrop and A. M. Shelton.  2004.  Survey of predators and sampling method comparison in sweet corn.  J. Econ. Entomol.  97:136-144. [PDF]
  116. Lu, J., S. Liu and A. M. Shelton. 2004.  Laboratory evaluations of a wild crucifer Barbarea vulgaris as a management tool for the diamondback moth. Bull. Ent. Research 94:509-516 [PDF]
  117. Shelton, A. M. and B. A. Nault.  2004.  Dead-end trap cropping: a technique to improve management of the diamondback moth.  Crop Protection 23: 497-503 [PDF]
  118. Badenes-Perez, F., A. M. Shelton and B. A. Nault.  2004.  Evaluating trap crops for diamondback moth.  J. Econ. Entomol. 97: 1365-1372. [PDF]
  119. Chassy, B., C. Carter, M. McGloughlin, A. McHughen, W. Parrott, C. Preston, R. Roush, A. Shelton and S. Strauss. 2003.  UK field-scale evaluations answer the wrong questions.  Nature Biotech 21: 1429-30.[PDF]
  120. Tabashnik, B. E., Y. Carriere, T. J. Dennehy, S. Morin, M.S. Sisterson, R. T. Roush, A. M. Shelton and J. Z. Zhao.  2003.  Insect resistance to transgenic Bt crops: lesson from the laboratory and field.  J. Econ. Entomol.  96:1031-1038. [PDF]
  121. Musser, F. R, and A. M. Shelton.  2003.  Predation of Ostrinia nubilalis eggs in sweet corn by generalist predators and the impact of alternative foods.  Environ. Entomol. 32:1131-1138.  [PDF]
  122. Zhao, J., J. Cao, Y. Li, H.L. Collins, R. T. Roush, E. D. Earle and A. M. Shelton.  2003. Transgenic plants expressing two Bacillus thuringiensis toxins delay insect resistance evolution. Nature Biotech 21: 1493-7. [PDF]
  123. Shelton, A. M., B. A. Nault, J. Plate and J. Z. Zhao.  2003.  Regional and temporal variation in susceptibility to lambda-cyhalothrin in onion thrips in onion fields in New York.  J. Econ. Entomol. 96:1843-1848.[PDF]
  124. Smyth, R. R., M.P. Hoffmann and A. M. Shelton.  2003.  Larval performance in relation to labile oviposition preference of Crocidolomia pavonana among phenological stages of cabbage.  Environ. Entomol. 32: 765-770. [PDF]
  125. Rueda, A, and A. M. Shelton.  2003.  Development and evaluation of a thrips insecticide bioassay system for monitoring resistance in Thrips tabaci.  Pest Mgt. Sci. 59: 553-558. [PDF]
  126. Musser, F.R. and A. M. Shelton.  2003.  Factors altering the temporal and within-plant distribution of coccindellids in corn and their impact on potential intraguild predation.  J. Environ. Entomol. 32: 575-583.[PDF]
  127. Jyoti, J., A. M. Shelton and J. Barnard.  2003.  Evaluation of degree-day and Julian-day logistic models predicting cabbage maggot (Diptera: Anthomyiidae) emergence and flight in upstate New York.  J. Entomol. Sci. 38: 525-532. [PDF]
  128. Jyoti, J., A. M. Shelton and A. G. Taylor. 2003. Film-coating seeds with chlorpyrifos for germination and control of cabbage maggot (Diptera: Anthomyiidae) on cabbage transplants. J. Entomol. Sci. 38:553-565.[PDF]
  129. Smyth, R. R., M.P. Hoffmann and A. M. Shelton.  2003.  Effects of host plant phenology on oviposition preference of Crocidolomia pavonana.  Environ. Entomol. 32:756-764. [PDF]
  130. Musser, F.R. and A. M. Shelton.  2003.  Bt sweet corn and selective insecticides: their impacts on sweet corn pests and predators.  J. Econ. Entomol. 96: 71-80. [PDF]
  131. Zhao, J. Z., Y. Li, H. L. Collins, and A. M. Shelton.  2002. Examination of the F2 screen for rare resistance alleles to Bacillus thuringiensis toxins in the diamondback moth. J. Econ. Entomol. Forum.  95:14-21.  [PDF]
  132. Cao, J., J.Z Zhao, J.D. Tang, A. M. Shelton, and E.D. Earle. 2002.  Broccoli plants with pyramided cry 1Ac and cry1C Bt genes control diamondback moths resistant to Cry1A and Cry1C proteins. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 105: 258-264. [PDF]
  133. Zhao, J. Z., Y. Li, H. L. Collins, L. Gusukuma-Minuto, R. F. L. Mau, G.D. Thompson and A. M. Shelton.  2002.  Monitoring and characterization of diamondback moth resistance to spinosad. J. Econ. Entomol. 95: 430-436. [PDF]
  134. Shelton, A. M., W. T. Wilsey, E. R. Hoebeke and M.A. Schmaedick.  2002.  Parasitoids of cabbage Lepidoptera in Central New York. J. Entomol. Sci. 37: 270-271. [PDF]
  135. Hoffmann, M. P., P.R. Ode, D. Walker, J. Gardner, S. van Nouhuys and A. M. Shelton.  2001.  Performance of Trichogramma ostiniae reared on factitious hosts including the target host, Ostrinina nubilalis.  Biological Control 21-1-10. [PDF]
  136. Tang, J. D., H. L. Collins, T. D. Metz, E. D. Earle, J. Zhao, R. T. Roush and A. M. Shelton.  2001.  Greenhouse tests on resistance management of Bt transgenic plants using refuge strategies.  J. Econ. Entomol. 94:240-247. [PDF]
  137. Schmaedick, M.A., K. S. Ling, D. Gonsalves and A. M. Shelton. 2001. Development and evaluation of an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay to detect Pieris rapae remains in guts of arthropod predators. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 99(1):1-12. [PDF]
  138. Zhao, J. Z., Y. Li, H. L. Collins, J. Cao, E. D. Earle and A. M. Shelton.  2001.  Different cross-resistance patterns in the diamondback moth resistant to Bacillus thuringiensis toxin Cry1C. J. Econ. Entomol. 94:1547-1552. [PDF]
  139. Hoffmann, M.P., T. P. Kuhar, J. M. Baird, J. Gardner, P. Schartz, and A. M. Shelton.  2001.  Nonwoven fiber barriers for control of the cabbage maggot and onion maggot.  J. Econ. Entomol. 94: 1485-1491.[PDF]
  140. Xu, J., A. M. Shelton and X. Cheng.  2001.  Variation in susceptibility of Diadegma insulare to permethrin. J. Econ. Entomol.94:541-546. [PDF]
  141. Xu, J., A. M. Shelton and X. Cheng.  2001.  Comparison of Diadegma insulare and Microplitis plutellae as biological control agents of Plutella xylostella: field parasitism, insecticide susceptibility and host-searching. J. Econ. Entomol. 94:14-20. [PDF]
  142. Xu, J.and A.M. Shelton. 2001.  A method for rearing Diadegma insular in the greenhouse. J. Entomol. Science. 36:208-210. [PDF]
  143. Shelton, A. M. and M. K. Sears.  2001.  The monarch butterfly controversy: scientific interpretations of a phenomenon.  The Plant Journal 27: 483-488. [PDF]
  144. Jyoti, J. L., A. M. Shelton and E. D. Earle.  2001.  Identifying sources and mechanisms of resistance in crucifers for control of cabbage maggot. J. Econ. Entomol. 94:942-949. [PDF]
  145. Cao J, Shelton AM, Earle ED.  2001. Gene expression and insect resistance in transgenic broccoli containing a Bacillus thuringiensis cry1Ab gene with the chemically inducible PR-1a promoter.  Molecular Breeding 8: 207-216. [PDF]
  146. Ortman, E. et al. (Shelton, A. M).  2001.  Transgenic insecticidal corn: the agronomic and ecological rationale for its use.  BioScience 51 (11): 900-903. [PDF]
  147. Diaz-Gomez, Ovidio, J. C. Rodriguez, A. M. Shelton, A. Lagunes and R. Bujanos.  2000.  Susceptibility of Plutella xylostella populations in Mexico to commercial formulations of Bacillus thuringiensis. J. Econ. Entomol. 93:963-970.  [PDF]
  148. Perez, C. J., P. Alvarado, C. Narváez, F. Miranda, L. Hernández, H. Vanegas, A. Hruska, and A. M. Shelton. 2000.  Assessment of insecticide resistance in five insect pests attacking field and vegetable crops in Nicaragua.  J. Econ. Entomol. 96: 1779-1787. [PDF]
  149. Shelton, A. M., F. V. Sances, J. Hawley, J. D. Tang, M. Bourne, D. Jungers, H. L. Collins and J. Farias.  2000.  Assessment of insecticide resistance after the outbreak of diamondback moth in California in 1997.  J. Econ. Entomol. 93:931-936. [PDF]
  150. Zhao, J. Z., H. L. Colins, J. D. Tang, J. Cao, E. D. Earle, R. T. Roush, S. Herrero, B. Escriche, J. Ferre and A. M. Shelton.  2000.  Development and characterization of diamondback moth resistance to transgenic broccoli expressing high levels of Cry1C. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 66:3784-3789. [PDF]
  151. Meadow, R., J. D. Vandenberg and A. M. Shelton.  2000.  Exchange of inoculum of Beauveria bassiana between adult flies of the cabbage maggot.  Biocontrol Science and Technology 10:4: 479-485. [PDF]
  152. Shelton, A. M., J. D. Tang, R. T. Roush, T. D. Metz and E. D. Earle.  2000.  Field tests on managing resistance to Bt-engineered plants.  Nature-Biotech 18: 339-342. [PDF]
  153. Schmaedick, M. A. and A. M. Shelton.  2000.  Arthropod predators in cabbage and their potential as naturally occurring biological control agents for Pieris rapae.  Canadian Ent. 132: 655-675. [PDF]
  154. Tabashnik, B. E., R. T. Roush, E. D. Earle and A. M. Shelton.  2000.  Resistance to Bt toxins.  Science 287:42. [PDF]
  155. Schroeder, P.C., A. M. Shelton, C. S. Ferguson, M. Hoffmann and C. Petzoldt.  2000.  Application of synthetic sex pheromone for management of diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella, in cabbage. Entomol. Exp. Appl. 94: 243-248[PDF]
  156. Cao, J., Tang, J.D., Strizhov, N., Shelton, A.M., Earle, E.D.  1999.  Transgenic broccoli with high levels of Bacillus thuringiensis Cry1C protein control diamondback moth larvae resistant to Cry1A or Cry1C.  Mol. Breeding 5:131-141. [PDF]
  157. Tang, J.D., Collins, H.L., Roush, R.T., Metz, T.D., Earle, E.D., and Shelton, A.M.  1999.  Survival, weight gain, and oviposition of resistant and susceptible Plutella xylostella (L.) (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae) on broccoli expressing Cry1Ac toxin of Bacillus thuringiensis. J. Econ. Entomol. 92:47-55. [PDF]
  158. Schmaedick, M. A. and A. M. Shelton.  1999.  Experimental evaluation of arthropod predation on Pieris rapae eggs and larvae in cabbage.  Environ. Entomol. 28: 439-444. [PDF]
  159. Shelton, A. M., W. T. Wilsey and M. A. Schmaedick.  1998.  Management of onion thrips on cabbage using plant resistance and insecticides.  J. Econ. Entomol. 91:329-333. [PDF]
  160. Shelton, A. M., J. D. Vandenberg, M. Ramos and W. T. Wilsey.  1998.  Efficacy and persistence of Beauvaria bassiana and other fungi for control of diamondback moth on cabbage seedlings.  J. Entomol. Sci. 33: 142-151.  [PDF]
  161. Meadow, R., A. M. Shelton and J. D. Vandenberg.  1998.  Autodissemination of Beauvaria bassiana for microbial control of the cabbage root fly in sustainable agriculture, pp. 37-40.  In Insect Pathogens and Insect Parasitic Nematodes” IOBC Bulletin 21(4).
  162. Vandenberg, J.D., A. M. Shelton, W.T. Wilsey and M. Ramos.  1998. Assessment of Beauveria bassiana  sprays for control of diamondback moth (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae) on crucifers J. Econ. Entomol. 91:624-630.[PDF]
  163. Vasquez, L. A., A. M. Shelton, M. P. Hoffmann & R. T. Roush.  1997. Laboratory evaluation of commercial trichogrammatid products for potential use against Plutella xylostella (L.) (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae). J. Biological Control 9:143-148. [PDF]
  164. Tang, J. D., Gilboa, S., Roush, R. T., and Shelton, A. M.  1997.  Inheritance, stability, and lack-of-fitness costs of field-selected resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis in diamondback moth (Lepidotpera: Plutellidae) from Florida.  J. Econ. Entomol. 90: 732-741. [PDF]
  165. Perez, C. P. and A. M. Shelton. 1997.  Resistance of Plutella xylostella to Bacillus thuringiensis Berliner in Central America.  J. Econ. Entomol. 90:87-93.  [PDF]
  166. Hoffmann, M.P., D.L. Walker and A.M Shelton.  1997.  Biology of Trichogramma ostriniae reared on Ostrininae nublilalis and survey for additional hosts.  Entomophaga 40:387-402. [PDF]
  167. Perez, C. J., Tang, J. D., and Shelton, A. M.  1997.  Comparison of leaf-dip and diet bioassays for monitoring Bacillus thuringiensis resistance in field populations of diamondback moth (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae).  J. Econ. Entomol. 90: 94-101. [PDF]
  168. Roush, R. T. and A. M. Shelton.  1997. Assessing the odds: the emergence of resistance to Bt transgenic plants.  Nature Biotech. Vol. 15:9: 4-6. [PDF]
  169. Cameron, P.J., Shelton, A.M., Walker, G.P., and Tang, J.D.  1997.  Comparative insecticide resistance of New Zealand and North American populations of diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella.  NZ J. Crop Hort. Sci. 25:117-122. [PDF]
  170. Perez, C. J., A. M. Shelton and R. T. Roush.  1997.  Managing diamondback moth resistance to foliar applications of Bacillus thuringiensis: testing strategies in field cages.  J. Econ. Entomol. 90:1462-1470.[PDF]
  171. Shelton, A. M., M. K. Kroening, S. D. Eigenbrode, C. Petzoldt, M. P. Hoffmann, J. A Wyman, W. T. Wilsey, R. J. Cooley, and L. H. Pedersen.  1996.  Diamondback moth (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae) contamination of cabbage transplants and the potential for insecticide resistance problems.  J. Entomol. Sci. 31:347-354. [PDF]
  172. Schroeder, P.C., C. S. Ferguson, A.M. Shelton, W. T. Wilsey, M.P. Hoffmann and C. Petzoldt.  1996.  Greenhouse and field evaluations of entomopathogenic nematodes for control of cabbage maggot on cabbage.  J. Econ. Entomol. 89:1109-1115. [PDF]
  173. Tang, J. D., Shelton, A.M., Van Rie, J., De Roeck, S., Moar, W.J., Roush, R.T., and Peferoen, M.  1996.  Toxicity of Bacillus thuringiensis spore and crystal protein to resistant diamondback moth (Plutella xylostella).  Appl. Environ. Microbiol.  62: 564-569. [PDF]
  174. Lasota, J. A., A. M. Shelton, J. A. Bolognese and R. A. Dybas.  1996.  Toxicity of avermectins to diamondback moth populations: implications for susceptibility monitoring.  J. Econ. Entomol. 89:33-38.  [PDF]
  175. Earle, E. D., T. D. Metz, R. T. Roush, and A. M. Shelton.  1996.  Advances in transformation technology for vegetable Brassicas.  Acta Horticulturae 407:161-168. [PDF]
  176. Meadow, R., J. Bligaard and A. M. Shelton.  1996.  Is there an easy method for monitoring root flies in Brassica crops? pp. 12-17.  In Integrated Control in Field Crops. IOBC Bulletin 19(11). [PDF]
  177. Perez, C. J. and A.M. Shelton.  1996.  Field applications, leaf-dip assays, diet-incorporated diagnostic assays used against Bacillus thuringiensis-susceptible and resistant Diamondback moth. J. Econ. Entomol. 89:1364-1371. [PDF]
  178. Metz, T.D., Roush, R.T., Tang, J. D., Shelton, A.M., and Earle, E.D.  1995.  Transgenic broccoli expressing a Bacillus thuringiensis insecticidal crystal protein: implications for pest resistance management strategies.  Mol. Breeding 1:309-317. [PDF]
  179. Perez, C. J., A. M. Shelton and R. C. Derksen.  1995.  Effect of application technology and Bt subspecies on management of diamondback moth.  J. Econ. Entomol. 88: 1113-1119. [PDF]
  180. Shelton, A. M., J. Theuinssen, and C. W. Hoy.  1994.  Efficiency of variable-intensity and sequential sampling for insect control decisions in cole crops in the Netherlands.  Entomol. Expt. & Appl. 70: 209-15.[PDF]
  181. Wood, H. A., P. R. Hughes and A. M. Shelton.  1994.  Field studies of the co-occlusion strategy with a genetically altered isolate of the Autographa californica nuclear polyhedrosis virus.  Environ. Ento.  23: 211-219. [PDF]
  182. Shelton, A.M., J. A. Wyman, N. L. Cushing, K. Apfelbeck, T.J. Dennehy, S.E.R. Mahr and S.D. Eigenbrode.  1993.  Insecticide resistance of diamondback moth in North America. J. Econ. Entomol.86: 11-19[PDF]
  183. Shelton, A.M., Robertson, J.L., Tang, J. D., Perez, C., Eigenbrode, S.D., Preisler, H.K., Wilsey, W.T., and Cooley, R.J.  1993.  Resistance of diamondback moth (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae) to Bacillus thuringiensis subspecies in the field.  J. Econ. Entomol.  86: 697-705. [PDF]
  184. Shelton, A. M. 1993.  Review of Vegetable Crop Pests (ed) R. G. McKinlay.  J.  Econ. Entomol. 86:1619-1620. [PDF]
  185. Eigenbrode, S. D., A. M. Shelton, W. C. Cain, H. Leichtweis & T.D. Spittler.  1993.  Managing lepidopteron pests in cabbage with herbicide resistance, in combination with a pyrethroid insecticide. Entomol. Expt. & Appl. 69: 41-50. [PDF]
  186. Eigenbrode, S. D., K. A. Stoner, A. M. Shelton and W. C. Kain.  1992.   Characteristics of glossy leaf waxes associated with resistance to diamondback moth in Brassica oleracea.  J. Econ. Entomol. 84: 1609-1618. [PDF]
  187. Eigenbrode, S. D. and A. M. Shelton.  1992.  Survival and behavior of Plutella xylostella (L.) larvae on cabbages with leaf waxes altered by treatment with S-ethyl dipropylthiocarbamate.  Ent. Exp. Appl. 62: 139-145. [PDF]
  188. Shelton, A. M., R. J. Cooley, M. K. Kroening, W. T. Wilsey, and S. D. Eigenbrode.  1991.  Comparative analysis of two rearing procedures for diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae).  J. Entomol. Sci.  26: 17-26. [PDF]
  189. Webb, S. E. and A. M. Shelton.  1991.  A simple action threshold for timing applications of a granulosis virus to control Pieris rapae.  Entomophaga 36: 379-389. [PDF]
  190. Eigenbrode, S. D., K. E. Espelie and A. M. Shelton.  1991. Behavior of neonate diamondback moth larvae on leaves and on extracted leaf waxes of resistant and susceptible cabbages.  J. Chem. Ecology 17: 1691-1704. [PDF]
  191. Webb, S. E. and A. M. Shelton.  1990.  Effect of age structure on the outcome of viral epizootics in field populations of imported cabbageworm.  Environ. Entomol. 19: 111-116. [PDF]
  192. Dickson, M. H., A. M. Shelton, S. D. Eigenbrode, M. L. Vamosy, and M. Mora.  1990.  Selection for resistance to diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella, in cabbage.  HortSci.  25: 1643-1646. [PDF]
  193. Hoy, C. W., C. E. McCulloch, A. J. Sawyer, A. M. Shelton, and C. A. Shoemaker.  1990.  Effect of intraplant movement on economic thresholds. Environ. Entomol. 19: 1578-1596. [PDF]
  194. Eigenbrode, S. D., and A. M. Shelton.  1990.  Effect of plant age on survival of diamondback moth on two cabbage genotypes.  Hortsci. 25: 362.  [PDF]
  195. Shelton, A. M., C. W. Hoy, and P. B. Baker.  1990.  Response of cabbage head weight to simulated Lepidoptera defoliation.  Entomol. exp. appl. 54: 181-187. [PDF]
  196. Eigenbrode, S. D., A. M. Shelton, and M. H. Dickson.  1990.  Two types of resistance to the diamondback moth (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae) in cabbage.  Environ. Entomol.  19: 1086-1090. [PDF]
  197. Eigenbrode, S. D., and A. M. Shelton.  1990.  Behavior of neonate diamondback moth larvae (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae) on glossy-leafed resistant genotypes of Brassica.  Environ. Entomol.  19: 1566-1571. [PDF]
  198. Stoner, K. A., M. H. Dickson, and A. M. Shelton.  1989.  Inheritance of resistance to damage by Thrips tabaci Lindeman (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) in cabbage.  Euphytica 40: 233-239. [PDF]
  199. Trumble, J. T., M. J. Brewer, A. M. Shelton, and J. P. Nyrop.  1989.  Transportability of fixed-precision level of sampling plans.  Res. Popul. Ecol. 31: 325-342. [PDF]
  200. Sheehan, W. and A. M. Shelton.  1989.  The role of experience in plant foraging by the aphid parasitoid, Diaeretiella rapae.  J. Insect Behavior 2: 743-758. [PDF]
  201. Sheehan, W. and A. M. Shelton.  1989.  Parasitoid response to concentration of herbivore food plants:  finding and leaving plants.  Ecology 70: 993-998. [PDF]
  202. Nyrop, J. P., A. M. Shelton, and J. Theunissen.  1989.  Value of a control decision rule for leek moth infestations in leek.  Entomol. Exp. Appl. 53: 167-176. [PDF]
  203. Hoy, C. W., C. E. McCulloch, C. A. Shoemaker, and A. M. Shelton.  1989.  Transition probabilities for Trichoplusia ni larvae on cabbage as a function of microclimate.  Environ. Entomol. 18: 187-194. [PDF]
  204. Eigenbrode, S. D., J. Barnard, and A. M. Shelton.  1989.  A system for quantifying behavior of neonate caterpillars and other small, slow-moving animals.  Can. Entomol. 121: 1125-1126. [PDF]
  205. Shelton, A. M., C. W. Hoy, R. C. North, M. H. Dickson, and J. Barnard.  1988.  Analysis of resistance in cabbage varieties to damage by Lepidoptera and Thysanoptera.  J. Econ. Entomol. 81: 634-640. [PDF]
  206. Shelton, A. M. and R. C. North.  1988.  Injury and control of onion thrips on edible podded peas.  J. Econ. Entomol.  80: 1325-1330. [PDF]
  207. Stoner, K. A. and A. M. Shelton.  1988.  Role of nonpreference in the resistance of cabbage varieties to the onion thrips (Thysanoptera: Thripidae).  J. Econ. Entomol.  81: 1062-1067.[PDF]
  208. Stoner, K. A. and A. M. Shelton.  1988.  Effect of planting date and timing of growth stages on damage to cabbage by onion thrips (Thysanoptera: Thripidae).  J. Econ. Entomol.  81: 1186-1189. [PDF]
  209. Stoner, K. A. and A. M. Shelton.  1988.  Influence of variety on abundance and within-plant distribution of onion thrips (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) on cabbage.  J. Econ. Entomol.  81: 1190-1195. [PDF]
  210. Dwyer, K. G. S. E. Webb, A. M. Shelton and R. R. Granados. 1988.  Establishment of cell lines for Pieris rapae embryos: characterization and susceptibility to Baculoviruses.  J. Invert. Path. 52: 268-274. [PDF]
  211. Shelton, A. M., J. P. Nyrop, R. C. North, C. Petzoldt, and R. Foster.  1987.  ‘Development and use of a dynamic sequential sampling program for onion thrips, Thrips tabaci, on onions.  J. Econ. Entomol.  80: 1051-1056. [PDF]
  212. Den Ouden, H., J. Theunissen, and A. M. Shelton.  1987.  Prevention of plant injury by cabbage gall midge (Contarinia nasturtii) and onion thrips (Thrips tabaci Lindeman) using emulsions of polyisobutylene.  J. App. Entomol.  104: 313-318. [PDF]
  213. Hoy, C. W., and A. M. Shelton.  1987.  Feeding response of Pieris rapae (L.) (Lepidoptera: Pieridae) and Trichoplusia ni (Hübner) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) to cabbage leaf age.  Environ. Entomol. 16: 680-682.[PDF]
  214. Hoy, C. W., A. M. Shelton, and J. T. Andaloro.  1986.  Action thresholds for processing cabbage, a short-term solution to a long-term problem.  Agric. Ecosystem Environ. 16: 45-54. [PDF]
  215. North, R. C. and A. M. Shelton.  1986.  Overwintering of the onion thrips, Thrips tabaci, in New York.  Environ. Entomol. 15: 695-699. [PDF]
  216. North, R. C. and A. M. Shelton.  1986.  Colonization and intraplant distribution of Thrips tabaci on cabbage.  J. Econ. Entomol. 79: 219-223. [PDF]
  217. North, R. C. and A. M. Shelton.  1986.  Ecology of Thysanoptera within cabbage fields.  Environ. Entomol. 15: 520-526. [PDF]
  218. Shelton, A. M.  1986.  Management of Lepidoptera on processing sweet corn in western New York.  J. Econ. Entomol. 79: 1658-1661. [PDF]
  219. Shelton, A. M. and R. C. North.  1986.  Species composition and phenology of Thysanoptera within field crops adjacent to cabbage fields.  Environ. Entomol. 15: 513-519. [PDF]
  220. Shelton, A. M., J. P. Nyrop, A. Seaman, and R. Foster.  1986.  The distribution of European corn borer (Ostrinia nubilalis (Hubner)) egg masses and larvae on sweet corn in New York.  Environ. Entomol. 15: 501-506. [PDF]
  221. Stoner, K. A., A. J. Sawyer, and A. M. Shelton.  1986.  Constraints to the implementation of IPM programs in the U.S.A.: A course outline.  Agric. Ecosystems and Environ. 16: 45-54. [PDF]
  222. Sears, M. K., A. M. Shelton, T. C. Quick, J. A. Wyman, and S. E. Webb.  1985.  Evaluation of partial plant sampling procedures and corresponding action thresholds for management of Lepidoptera on cabbage.  J. Econ. Entomol. 78: 913-916. [PDF]
  223. Meadow, R. H., W. C. Kelly, and A. M. Shelton.  1985.  Evaluation of Aphidoletes aphidimyza (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) for control of Myzus persicae (Homoptera: Aphidae) in greenhouse and field experiments in the United States.  Entomophaga, 30: 385-392. [PDF]
  224. Shelton, A. M. and J. E. Hunter.  1985.  Evaluation of the potential of the flea beetle, Phyllotretra cruciferae Goeze, to transmit Xanthomonas campestris pv. campestris causal agent of black rot of crucifers.  Can. J. of Plant Path. 7: 308-310. [PDF]
  225. Andaloro, J. T., C. W. Hoy, K. B. Rose, and A. M. Shelton.  1983.  Evaluation of insecticide usage in the New York processing cabbage pest management program.  J. Econ. Entomol. 76: 1121-1124. [PDF]
  226. Hoy, C. W., C. Jennison, A. M. Shelton, and J. T. Andaloro.  1983.  Variable intensity sampling: A new technique for decision making in pest management.  J. Econ. Entomol. 76: 139-143. [PDF]
  227. Shelton, A. M., J. T. Andaloro, and C. W. Hoy.  1983.  Survey of ground-dwelling predaceous and parasitic arthropods in cabbage fields in upstate New York.  Environ. Entomol. 12: 1026-1030. [PDF]
  228. Shelton, A. M., R. F. Becker, and J. T. Andaloro.  1983.  Varietal resistance to onion thrips in processing cabbage.  J. Econ. Entomol. 76: 85-86. [PDF]
  229. Shelton, A. M., M. K. Sears, J. A. Wyman, and T. C. Quick.  1983.  Comparison of action thresholds for lepidopterous larvae on fresh market cabbage.  J. Econ. Entomol. 76: 196-199. [PDF]
  230. Shelton, A. M. and D. M. Soderlund.  1983.  Varying susceptibility to methomyl and permethrin in widely separated cabbage looper populations within eastern North America.  J. Econ. Entomol. 76: 987-989.[PDF]
  231. Andaloro, J. T., A. M. Shelton, and C. J. Eckenrode.  1982.  Seasonal abundance of lepidopterous larvae in commercial cabbage fields.  Environ. Entomol. 11: 144-146. [PDF]
  232. Baker, P. B., A. M. Shelton, and J. T. Andaloro.  1982.  Monitoring of diamondback moth in cabbage with pheromones.  J. Econ. Entomol. 75: 1025-1028. [PDF]
  233. Shelton, A. M., and J. T. Andaloro.  1982.  Effect of lepidopterous larval populations on processed cabbage grades.  J. Econ. Entomol. 75: 141-143. [PDF]
  234. Shelton, A. M., J. T. Andaloro, and J. Barnard.  1982.  Effects of cabbage looper, imported cabbageworm, and diamondback moth on fresh market and processing cabbage.  J. Econ. Entomol. 75: 742-745. [PDF]
  235. Shelton, A. M., J. R. Stamer, W. T. Wilsey, B. O. Stoyla, and J. T. Andaloro.  1982.  Onion thrips damage and contamination in sauerkraut.  J. Econ. Entomol. 75: 492-494. [PDF]
  236. Eckenrode, C. J., J. T. Andaloro, and A. M. Shelton.  1981.  Suppression of lepidopterous larvae in commercial sauerkraut cabbage fields and research plots.  J. Econ. Entomol. 74: 276-279. [PDF]
  237. Shelton, A. M. and J. A. Wyman.  1981.  Influence of cultivar, tuber depth, and soil moisture on potato tuberworm infestation on potatoes.  Southwestern Entomol. 6: 303-306. [PDF]
  238. Shelton, A. M., and J. A. Wyman.  1980.  Postharvest potato tuberworm population levels in cull and volunteer potatoes, and means for control.  J. Econ. Entomol. 73: 8-11. [PDF]
  239. Shelton, A. M., J. A. Wyman, and A. J. Mayor.  1981.  Effects of commonly used insecticides on the potato tuberworm and its associated parasites and predators in potatoes.  J. Econ. Entomol. 74: 303-308.  [PDF]
  240. Shelton, A. M. and J. A. Wyman.  1979.  Potato tuberworm damage to potatoes under different irrigation and cultural practices.  J. Econ. Entomol. 72: 261-264. [PDF]
  241. Shelton, A. M. and J. A. Wyman.  1979.  Seasonal patterns of potato tuberworm moth abundance as determined by pheromone trapping.  Environ. Entomol. 8: 541-543. [PDF]
  242. Shelton, A. M. and J. A. Wyman.  1979.  Time of tuber infestation and relationships between pheromone catches of adult moths, foliar larval populations, and tuber damage by the potato tuberworm.  J. Econ. Entomol. 72: 599-601. [PDF]

Annual Review Articles:

  1. Chen, M., A. M. Shelton and G-Y. Ye. 2011.  Insect-resistant GM rice in China: from research to commercialization.  Annual Review of Entomol 56:81-101. [PDF]
  2. Shelton, A. M. and F. R. Badenes-Perez.  2006.  Concept and applications of trap cropping in pest management.  Annu. Rev. Entomol. 51: 285-308. [PDF]
  3. Shelton, A. M., J.Z. Zhao and R.T. Roush.  2002.  Economic, ecological, food safety and social consequences of the deployment of Bt transgenic plants. Annu. Rev. Entomol 47:845-81. [PDF]
  4. Talekar, N.S. and A.M. Shelton.  1993.  Biology, ecology and management of the diamondback moth.  Annu. Rev. Entomol. 38:275-301. [PDF]

Books and book Chapters

  1. Onstad, D. W., A.M. Shelton and L. Flexner. 2013. Insect resistance, natural enemies, and density-dependent processes. Pp. 403-420 In Onstad, D. W. 2014. Insect Resistance Management: Biology, Economics and Prediction, 2nd Academic Press.  Oxford, UK. 538 p.
  2. Srinivasan R, Shelton AM, Collins HL, eds. 2011. Proceedings of the Sixth International Workshop on Management of the Diamondback Moth and Other Crucifer Insect Pests, 21‐25 March 2011, Kasetsart University, Nakhon Pathom, Thailand. AVRDC – The World Vegetable Center, Publication No. 11‐755. AVRDC – The World Vegetable Center, Taiwan. 321 p
  3. Chen, M. and A. M. Shelton.  2010. Time for a new look at the relationship of Bt plants and insect natural enemies, pp 170-178.  In Liu, T.-X. and L. Kang (eds.). 2010. Recent Advances in Entomological Research: From Molecular Biology to Pest Management. High Education Press and Springer, Beijing.
  4. Bruening, G., J. Bove, P. Citron, P. Miller, L. Nault, M. Polek, H. Shapiro, A. Shelton, L. Timmer, J. Tumlinson and R. Yokomi.  2010.  Strategic Planning for the Florida Citrus Industry: Addressing Citrus Greening Disease.  National Research Council of the National Academies.  309 pp.
  5. Seaman, A. (ed.). Elizabeth Graeper Thomas, Mary Kirkwyland, George Abawi, Thomas Bjorkman, Ann Cobb, Beth Gugino, Robert Hadad, Michael Helms, Christy Hoepting, Margaret McGrath, Charles Mohler, Anusuya Rangarajan, Anthony Shelton, and Christine Smart. 2010 Production Guide for Organic Cole Crops.   NYS IPM Publication No. 134.
  6. Shelton, A. M. and J.-Z. Zhao.  2009. Resistance management to transgenic plants.  In Integrated Pest Management.  Eds. E. B. Radcliffe and W. D. Hutchinson, pp 247-259.  Cambridge University Press.
  7. Romeis, J., A. M. Shelton and G. G. Kennedy. 2008.  Integration of insect-resistant genetically modified crops within IPM programs.  Springer.  Dordrecht, The Netherlands. 441 pp.
  8. Shelton, A. M., H. Collins, Zhang Youjun and Wu Qingjn.  2008.  Management of Diamondback Moth and Other Crucifer Pests. China Agricultural Science and Technology Press, Beijing.  379 pp.
  9. Shelton, A. M., M. Fuchs and F. Shotkowski. 2008.  Transgenic vegetables and fruits for control of insect and insect-vectored pathogens.  In Integration of insect-resistant, genetically modified crops within IPM programs.  Eds. J. Romeis, A. M. Shelton and G. G. Kennedy, pp 249-272. Springer.  Dordrecht, The Netherlands.
  10. Shelton, A. M., J. Romeis and G. G. Kennedy. 2008.  IPM and GM, insect-protected plants: thoughts for the future.  In Integration of insect-resistant, genetically modified crops within IPM programs.  Eds. J. Romeis, A. M. Shelton and G. G. Kennedy, pp 419-430. Springer.  Dordrecht, The Netherlands.
  11. Shelton, A. M., J-Z Zhao, R. T. Roush, H. L. Collins, E. D. Earle and J. Cao.  2008.  Bt crucifers: from a model system to a commercial product.  In Management of Diamondback Moth and Other Crucifer Pests.  Eds. A. M. Shelton, H. L. Collins, Zhang Youjun and Wu Qingjun, pp 224-230. China Agricultural Science and Technology Press, Beijing.
  12. Zhao, J-Z, A. M. Shelton, H. L. Collins, M. Chen and R. F. Mau.  2008.  Monitoring, characterization and management of diamondback moth resistance to spinosad and indoxacarb.  In Management of Diamondback Moth and Other Crucifer Pests.  Eds. A. M. Shelton, H. L. Collins, Zhang Youjun and Wu Qingjun, pp 258-263. China Agricultural Science and Technology Press, Beijing.
  13. Chen, M., Q. Wu, R. Hallett, M. Sears, J-Z Zhao, and A. M. Shelton.  2008.  The efficacy of insecticides and application methods against Contarinia nasturtii under laboratory and field conditions.  InManagement of Diamondback Moth and Other Crucifer Pests.  Eds. A. M. Shelton, H. L. Collins, Zhang Youjun and Wu Qingjun, pp 264-271. China Agricultural Science and Technology Press, Beijing.
  14. Russell, D., Uijtewaal, B., A. M. Shelton, M. Chen, R. Srinivasan, G. Gujar, A. Rauf, D. Grzywacz and P. Gregory.  2008. Bt brassicas for DBM control: The CIMBAA public/private partnership.  InManagement of Diamondback Moth and Other Crucifer Pests.  Eds. A. M. Shelton, H. L. Collins, Zhang Youjun and Wu Qingjun, pp 272-279. China Agricultural Science and Technology Press, Beijing.
  15. Shelton, A. M., R.T. Roush, P. Wang and J.-Z. Zhao.  2007.  Resistance to insect pathogens and strategies to manage resistance: an update. In Field Manual of Techniques in Invertebrate Pathology, 2nd edition.  Eds. L.A. Lacey and H. K. Kaya, pp 793-811.  Kluwer Academic Press.
  16. Shelton, A. M. and R. R. Bellinder.  2007.  Role of Biotechnological Advances in Shaping the Future of IPM. In Ecologically-Based Integrated Pest Management.  (eds. O. Koul and G. W. Cuperus) pp. 269-288.  CABI Publications.
  17. Caldwell, B., E. Brown Rosen, E. Sideman, A. Shelton and C. Smart.  2006.  Resource Guide for Organic Insect and Disease Management.  NYSAES, Geneva, NY 169 pp.
  18. Earle E. D, Cao J, Shelton A. M.  2004.   Insect-resistant transgenic Brassicas. In: Biotechnology in Agriculture and Forestry (Pua E. C, Douglas C. J, eds), Vol. 54: pp 227-252
  19. Shelton, A. M.  2004.  A brief review of diamondback moth biological control in North America.  In Improving biological control of Plutella xylostella (ed A. A. Kirk and D. Bordat).  CIRAD, Montpellier, France.
  20. Shelton, A. M. 2004.  Risks and benefits of agricultural biotechnology.  pp 1-53  InTesting of genetically modified organisms in foods (F. Ahmed, ed).  Haworth Press.  Binghamton, NY.
  21. Heckel, D. G., Bruce E. Tabashnik, Yong-Biao Liu, Linda J. Gahan, Anthony M. Shelton, Jian-Zhou Zhao, & Simon W. Baxter. 2002. Diamondback Moth Resistance to Bt:  Relevance of Genetics and Molecular Biology to Detection and Management. pp 27-36 in The management of diamondback moth and other crucifer pests: Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 26-29 November 2001.  Ridland, P.M. and Endersby, N.M. (eds).  Department of Natural Resources and Environment, Victoria, Australia.
  22. Shelton, A. M. 2002. Regional Outbreaks of Diamondback Moth Due to Movement of Contaminated Plants and Favorable Climatic Conditions. in The management of diamondback moth and other crucifer pests: Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 26-29 November 2001.  Ridland, P.M. and Endersby, N.M. (eds).  Department of Natural Resources and Environment, Victoria, Australia.
  23. Shelton, A.M. 2002. Management Of The Diamondback Moth: Déjà Vu All Over Again? in The management of diamondback moth and other crucifer pests: Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 26-29 November 2001.  Ridland, P.M. and Endersby, N.M. (eds).  Department of Natural Resources and Environment, Victoria, Australia.
  24. Shelton, A. M., L. McCandless, B. Lewenstein, J. Hawkes, T. Lyson, D. Bauman, and H. Aldwinckle.  2002.  Agricultural Biotechnology: Informing the Dialogue.  Published by Cornell University/NYSAES.  26 pages.
  25. Shelton, A. M., W. T. Wilsey and D. M. Soderlund.  2001.  Classification of insecticides and acaracides for resistance management.  Published by NYSAES.
  26. Shelton, A. M. and R.T. Roush.  2000.  Resistance to insect pathogens and strategies to manage resistance, pp. 829-846.  In Field Manual of Techniques in Invertebrate Pathology.  Eds. L.A. Lacey and H. K. Kaya.  Kluwer Academic Press.
  27. Vandenberg, J. D., A. M. Shelton and S.P. Wraight.  2000.  Application and evaluation of entomopathogens in crucifers and cucurbits, pp.389- 403. In Field Manual of Techniques in Invertebrate Pathology.  Eds. L.A. Lacey and H. K. Kaya.  Kluwer Academic Press.
  28. Shelton, A.M., Tang, J.D, Earle, E.D, and Roush, R.T.  1997.  Managing resistance to Bt-transgenic plants: greenhouse and field tests, pp. 3.4.1-3.4.17.  In A.L. Parkinson [ed.] Biopesticides and Transgenic Plants, IBC Conference, Washington, D.C.
  29. Earle, E. D., T. D. Metz, R. T. Roush and A. M. Shelton.  1996.  Advances in transformation technology for vegetable Brassica.  pp. 161-168.  In Proc. Int. Sym on Brassicas.  Ninth Crucifer Genetics Workshop.  Ed. J. S. Dias, I. Crute, A. A. Monteiro. Acta Hort. 407.
  30. Shelton, A.M., Perez, C.J., Tang, J.D., and Vandenberg, J.D.  1996.  Prospects for novel approaches towards management of the diamondback moth, pp. 17-20.  In A. Sivapragasam et al. [eds.], Management of Diamondback Moth and Other Crucifer Pests: Proceedings of the Third International Workshop, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  31. Shelton, A.M., Tang, J.D., Perez, C.J., Earle, E.D., and Roush, R.T.  1996.  Importance of application technology on resistance management, pp. 224-244.  Proceedings of the Second Pacific Rim Conference, Chiang Mai, Thailand.
  32. Shelton, A. M. 1995.  Temporal and spatial dynamics of thrips populations.  In Thrips Biology and Management. B. L. Parker, M. Skinner and T. Lewis (eds).  NATO ASI Series Vol. 276.  Plenum Press.
  33. Van Rie, J., Peferoen, M., Ferré, J., Tang, J.D., and Shelton, A.M.  1995.  Mechanism of insect resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis in Plutella xylostella, pp. 277-295.  In T-Y Feng et al. [eds.], Bacillus thuringiensis Biotechnology and Environmental Benefits.  Hua Shiang Yuan Publishing.
  34. Shelton, A.M. and J. A. Wyman.  1992.  Insecticide resistance of diamondback moth in North America.  In Diamondback moth and other crucifer pests (ed) N.S. Talekar, pp. 447- 454  Proc. of the 2nd International Workshop  pp. 603.
  35. Eigenbrode, S. D. and A. M. Shelton.  1992.  Resistance to diamondback moth in Brassica: mechanisms and potential for resistant cultivars.  In Diamondback moth and other crucifer pests (ed) N.S. Talekar, pp. 65-74.  Proc. of the 2nd International Workshop, pp. 603.
  36. Shelton, A. M. and J. T. Trumble.  1991.  Monitoring insect populations.  CRC Handbook on Pest Management, D. Pimentel (ed.).  Vol. 2, pp. 45-62.

World Wide Web Sites and videos:

  1. Shelton et al. 2016. Feed the Future South Asia Eggplant Improvement Partnership, USAID http://bteggplant.cornell.edu
  2. Shelton. A. M. 2015. Tragic papaya: 12-part series. http://anthonymshelton.com/tragicpapaya/
  3. Caldwell, B., E. Sideman, A. Seaman, A. Shelton and C. Smart. 2013. Resource Guide for Organic Insect and Disease Management, Second Edition.   http://web.pppmb.cals.cornell.edu/resourceguide
  4. Ivy, A, A. M. Shelton and D. Olmstead.  Leek Moth Information Center for the US.  http://web.entomology.cornell.edu/shelton/leek-moth/index.htm
  5. Kikkert, J., C. Hopeting, A. M. Shelton, M. Chen, P. Wang, Q. Wu and J. Zhao.  Swede Midge Information Center for the US. http://web.entomology.cornell.edu/shelton/swede-midge/index.html
  6. Shelton, A. M. and L. McCandless.  Informing the Dialogue about Agricultural Biotechnology http://www.nysaes.cals.cornell.edu/gmo/
  7. Shelton, A. M.  Natural Enemies:  A Guide to Biological Control Agents in North America. http://www.biocontrol.entomology.cornell.edu/index.php
  8. Caldwell, B., E. Brown Rosen, E. Sideman, A. Shelton and C. Smart.  2005. Resource Guide for Organic Insect and Disease Management. http://web.pppmb.cals.cornell.edu/resourceguide/index.php
  9. Shelton et al. Agricultural biotechnology http://agribiotech.info/
  10. Shelton, A. M.   What is Bt and what is the risk of insects becoming resistant to Bt transgenic plants?  http://agribiotech.info/moreIssues.htm
  11. Shelton, A. M. Are organic agriculture and biotechnology compatible? http://agribiotech.info/moreIssues.htm
  12. Shelton, A. M.  A global view of biotechnology crops http://agribiotech.info/moreIssues.htm
  13. Shelton, A. M. International Working Group for Diamondback Moth. http://web.entomology.cornell.edu/shelton/diamondback-moth/index.php
  14. Shelton,  A. M., W. T. Wilsey and C. R. Weeden. Pests of the Northeast. http://web.entomology.cornell.edu/shelton/veg-insects-ne/
  15. Shelton, A.M. Proceedings of the Cornell Community Biological Control Conference, 1996: http://web.entomology.cornell.edu/shelton/cornell-biocontrol-conf/
  16. Rueda, A. and A. M. Shelton.  Global Crop Pests: Identification and Information: http://web.entomology.cornell.edu/shelton/veg-insects-global/index.html
  17. Shelton, A. M. and S. Fleisher.  2004. Biotech Vegetables for Insect and Insect-Vectored Disease Management:  http://www.nysaes.cornell.edu/ent/faculty/shelton/BiotechVeg/
  18. Tang, J.D., Hawley, J., Mitchell, B.M., and Shelton, A.M.  Video production entitled ‘Rearing Diamondback Moth on Artificial Diet and Foliage’ (30 min).

Commentaries, Booklets and Book Reviews:

  1. Shelton, A. M., K.E. Hokanson, D. M. Hautea, M.J. Hossain, M.A. Hossain, V. Paranjape, R. A. Hautea, L. McCandless and S.H. Sarwer. Bt eggplant: A genetically engineered ‘minor’ crop comes of age in Bangladesh and the Philippines. ISB Report. August 2017. https://vtechworks.lib.vt.edu/bitstream/handle/10919/78874/SHHHHPHMCS.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y
  2. Shelton, A. M. 2016. Labeling GMO foods is a misdirected, confusing strategy. Finger Lakes Times, June 14.http://www.fltimes.com/opinion/letters_to_editor/letter-labeling-gmo-foods-is-a-misdirected-confusing-strategy/article_b4817670-3232-11e6-85b8-d34b251e7553.html?utm_medium=social&utm_source=email&utm_campaign=user-share
  3. Shelton, A. M. and T. Harvey-Samuel. 2016. GMO Answers. https://gmoanswers.com/ask/do-gmos-have-potential-reduce-population-or-wipe-out-invasive-and-destructive-species-if-so-why
  4. Shelton, A. M. New York State Considers Mandatory GMO Labeling. Radio interview on Connections with Evan Dawson, March 30, 2016. http://wxxinews.org/post/connections-new-york-state-considers-mandatory-gmo-labeling
  5. Shelton, A. M. Genetically engineered insects. Radio interview on Connections with Evan Dawson, Sept. 21, 2015.http://wxxinews.org/post/connections-safe-sex-insects
  6. Shelton, A. M. 2015. GMO fears and misunderstanding keep Mexican farmers dependent on toxic insecticides. Forbes (Mexico), Feb. 12, 2015. http://www.forbes.com.mx/por-que-mexico-esta-rezagado-en-la-produccion-de-maiz/
  7. Shelton, A. M. 2014. Conserving natural enemies by using Bt crops: an example from India. ISB News Report- Aug. 2014. http://www.isb.vt.edu/news/2014/Aug14.pdf
  8. Shelton, A. M. 2014. IPM practices lead to healthiest food. Finger Lakes Times. March 30, 2014. http://www.fltimes.com/opinion/article_c8b52aea-b838-11e3-960c-001a4bcf887a.html?mode=story
  9. Shelton, A. M. 2013. Bt sweet corn: a commercial product for the public good. ISB News Report Dec. 2013.
  10. Shelton, A. M. 2013. Helicoverpa armigera, a new pest in Brazil. International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-biotech Applications (ISAAA) Brief 46-2013.
  11. Shelton, A. M. 2013. Letter to the editor, Bend Bulletin, Bend OR. Comments on GMOs. Nov. 6, 2013.
  12. Shelton, A. M. 2013. Bt sweet corn. International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-biotech Applications (ISAAA) Brief 46-2013.
  13. The long road to commercialization of Bt brinjal (eggplant) in India. 2010. South Asia Biosafety Program Newsletter Vol. 6:7. Pp 1-2.
  14. Shelton, A. M. 2010. A look at GMO crops’ effect on sustainability. AGRI NEWS. Pp A5. Opinion. April 29, 2010.
  15. Shelton, A. M. and J. Romeis. 2008. Recent perspectives on risk assessment. ABSPII newsletter Apr. 2008, pp 2-3
  16. Shelton, A. M. 2008. Risk assessment vs. the precautionary principle for agricultural biotechnology. ABSPII newsletter Jan. 2008, pp 2-3.
  17. Shelton, A. M. 2007. GE debate misleading: a perspective. Christchurch Press. April 2, 2007 http://www.stuff.co.nz/4014396a12935.html?source=email
  18. Shelton, A. M., J-Z. Zhao, J. Cao, H. L. Collins, S. L. Bates, R. T. Bates and E. D. Earle. 2005. Preserving the effectiveness of Bt crops. ISB News Report Sept. 2005
  19. Tabashnik, B. E., Y. Carriere, T. J. Dennehy, S. Morin, M.S. Sisterson, R. T. Roush, A. M. Shelton and J. Z. Zhao. 2003. Insect resistance to Bt crops: lessons from the first seven years. ISB News Report Nov. 2003, 1-4.
  20. Shelton, A. M. et al. 2002. Agricultural Biotechnology: Informing the Dialogue. NYSAES. 10,000 copies distributed.
  21. Hawthorne, D., B. Sigfried, A. Shelton and R. Hellmich. 2002. Monitoring for resistance alleles: a report from an advisory panel on insect resistance monitoring methods for Bt corn. Agricultural Biotechnology Stewardship Committee Report.
  22. Shelton, A. M. et al. 2002. Agricultural biotechnology. Land Grant University brochure published by the Agricultural Biotechnology Committee of LGUs. 11,000 copies distributed by Cornell, in addition to distribution by other LGUs.
  23. Earle, E. D., J. Cao, J-Z Zhao, A. M Shelton. 2002. Chemically inducible expression of Bt genes. ISB News Report July 2002: 4-5.
  24. Shelton, A. M. et al. 2001. Genetically engineered foods 2001: what’s in store. NYSAES. 80,000 copies distributed.
  25. Shelton, A. M. and J. Z. Zhao. 2000. Insect Resistance and the future of Bt-transgenic plants. Information Systems for Biotechnology Newsletter.
  26. Shelton, A. M. et al. 2000. Agricultural Biotechnology: The GMO Debate. NYSAES. 8,000 copies distributed.
  27. Shelton, A. M. and R. T. Roush. 2000. Pest control, rumor control. Forum for applied research and public policy 15: 36-39.
  28. Shelton, A. M. and R. T. Roush. 1999. False reports and the ears of men. 1999. Nature Biotechnology Vol. 17: 832.

Technical Reports:

  1. Seaman, A., H. Lange, and A. M. Shelton. 2015. Squash bug and striped cucumber beetles control with insecticides allowed for organic production, 2014. Arthropod Mgt Tests: 40. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/amt/tsv105.
  2. Seaman, A., H. Lange, and A. M. Shelton. 2015. Swede midge, diamondback, moth and imported cabbageworm control with insecticides allowed for organic production, 2014. Arthropod Mgt Tests: 40 http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/amt/tsv104
  3. Seaman, A., H. Lange, and A. M. Shelton. 2014. Squash vine borer control with insecticides allowed for organic production, 2013. Arthropod Mgt Tests: 39 E65.
  4. Seaman, A., H. Lange, and A. M. Shelton. 2014. Swede midge control with insecticides allowed for organic production, 2013. Arthropod Mgt Tests: 39 E64.
  5. Seaman, A., H. Lange, and A. M. Shelton. 2014. Striped cucumber beetle control with insecticides allowed for organic production, 2012. Arthropod Mgt Tests: 39 E63.
  6. Seaman, A., H. Lange, and A. M. Shelton. 2014. Crucifer flea beetle control with insecticides allowed for organic production, 2013. Arthropod Mgt Tests: 39 E62.
  7. Shelton, A. M. and D. Olmstead. 2013. Control of brown marmorated stink bug on sweet corn, 2012. Arthropod Mgt Tests: 38 E61.
  8. Seaman, A., H. Lange, and A. M. Shelton. 2013. Squash vine borer control with insecticides allowed for organic production, 2012. Arthropod Mgt Tests: 38 E56.
  9. Seaman, A., H. Lange, and A. M. Shelton. 2013. Swede midge control with insecticides allowed for organic production, 2012. Arthropod Mgt Tests: 38 E10.
  10. Seaman, A., H. Lange, and A. M. Shelton. 2013. Striped cucumber beetle control with insecticides allowed for organic production, 2012. Arthropod Mgt Tests: 38 E55.
  11. Seaman, A., H. Lange, and A. M. Shelton. 2013. Flea beetle control with insecticides allowed for organic production, 2012. Arthropod Mgt Tests: 38 E14.
  12. Seaman, A., H. Lange, B. Luton and A. M. Shelton. 2012. Squash vine borer control with insecticides allowed for organic production, 2011. Arthropod Mgt Tests: 37:E81
  13. Seaman, A., H. Lange and A. M. Shelton. 2012. Crucifer flea beetle control with insecticides allowed for organic production, 2011. Arthropod Mgt Tests: 37 E16.
  14. Seaman, A., H. Lange and A. M. Shelton. 2012. Imported cabbageworm and diamondback moth control with insecticides allowed for organic production, 2011. Arthropod Mgt Tests: 37 E15
  15. Heal, J. R. Hallet, A. Shelton and D. Olmstead. 2011. Control of swede midge on broccoli, 2010. Arthropod Mgt Tests: 36: E3 doi: 10.4182/amt.2011.E3
  16. Shelton, A. M. and D. Olmstead. 2011. Control of onion thrips on cabbage with insecticides, 2010. Arthropod Mgt Tests: 36: E19 doi: 10.4182/amt.2011.E19
  17. Shelton, A. M. and D. Olmstead. 2011. Control of Lepidoptera on sweet corn, 2010. Arthropod Mgt Tests: E78 doi: 10.4182/amt.2011.E78
  18. Shelton, A. M. and D. Olmstead. 2011. Control of cabbage maggot and cabbage aphid with Brigadier 2SC and Capture LFR, 2010. Arthropod Mgt Tests: 36: E14 doi: 10.4182/amt.2011.E14
  19. Tian, J., M. Chen and A. M. Shelton. 2011. Cry2Ab, Cry4Ba and Cry11Ba proteins are not toxic to swede midge. Arthropod Mgt Tests: 36: L14 doi: 10.4182/amt.2011.L14
  20. Shelton, A. M., M. Chen and W. Li. 2009. Control of Lepidoptera on cabbage with insecticides, 2008. Arthropod Mgt Tests: 34 (E16) doi: 10.4182/amt.2009.E15.
  21. Shelton, A. M., M. Chen and W. Li. 2009. Evaluation of treatments for the control of onion thrips damage to cabbage, 2008. Arthropod Mgt Tests: 34 (E16) doi: 10.4182/amt.2009.E16.
  22. Shelton, A. M. and J. Plate. Insecticide control strategy of Thrips tabaci on cabbage, 2004. 2005. Arthropod Mgt Tests: 30 Report E11 http://www.entsoc.org/Protected/AMT/AMT30/resultsgood.asp
  23. Shelton, A. M. and J. Plate. Timing of seasonal sprays for control of onion thrips damage on cabbage, 2004. 2005. Arthropod Mgt. 30 Report E12 http://www.entsoc.org/Protected/AMT/AMT30/resultsgood.asp
  24. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 2001. Control of Thrips tabaci on cabbage, 2000. Arthropod Mgt 26: E19
  25. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 2001. Control of corn Lepidoptera with foliar applications, 2000. Arthropod Mgt 26: E32.
  26. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 2000. Control of natural populations of Lepidoptera on cabbage, 1999A. Arthropod Mgt 25: 99.
  27. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 2000. Control of natural populations of Lepidoptera on cabbage, 1999A. Arthropod Mgt 25: 100.
  28. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 2000. Seasonal control of Lepidoptera on cabbage, 1999. Arthropod Mgt 25: 101-2.
  29. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 2000. Control of corn Lepidoptera with foliar applications, 1999. Arthropod Mgt 25: 114-5.
  30. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1999. Control of natural populations of Lepidoptera on cabbage, 1998. Arthropod Mgt 24: 111.
  31. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1999. Control of Thrips tabaci on cabbage, 1998. Arthropod Mgt 24: 112.
  32. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1999. Control of corn Lepidoptera with foliar applications, 1998. Arthropod Mgt 24: 130-131.
  33. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1998. Comparison of Proclaim and Warrior for control of Lepidoptera on cabbage, 1997. Arthropod Mgt 23: 84.
  34. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1998. Control of Lepidoptera on cabbage with Orthene, Spintor and Warrior, 1997. Arthropod Mgt 23: 85.
  35. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1998. Control of Lepidoptera on cabbage with Spintor and Warrior, 1997. Arthropod Mgt 23: 84-85.
  36. Webb, S. E. and A. M. Shelton. 1988. Laboratory rearing of the imported cabbageworm. NY Food & Life Sci. Bull. No. 122.
  37. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1998. Control of Thrips tabaci on cabbage, 1997. Arthropod Mgt 23: 86.
  38. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1998. Control of corn Lepidoptera with foliar applications, 1997. Arthropod Mgt 23: 100-101.
  39. Shelton, A. M., W. T. Wilsey and J.D. Vandenberg. 1998 Season-long control of corn Lepidoptera with foliar applications of Beauvaria bassiana, 1997. Arthropod Mgt 23: 101-102.
  40. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1997. Control of Thrips tabaci on cabbage, 1996. Arthropod Mgt 22:109.
  41. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1997. Control of corn Lepidoptera with foliar applications, 1996. Arthropod Mgt 22: 124.
  42. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1997. A comparison of Merck materials and a standard insecticide for control of Lepidoptera on cabbage, 1996. Arthropod Mgt 22:108.
  43. Meadow, R., J. D. Vandenberg, A. M. Shelton and W. Watson. 1996. Microbial control of cabbage maggots preliminary screenings of fungal isolates, 1995. Arthropod Mgt 21: 413.
  44. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1996. Control of Thrips tabaci on cabbage, 1995. Arthropod Mgt 21: 98-9.
  45. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1996. Control of flea beetles on cabbage, 1995. Arthropod Mgt 21: 97-8.
  46. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1996. Control of cabbage aphids on cabbage, 1995. Arthropod Mgt 21: 97.
  47. Perez, C. J., A. M. Shelton, and N. Erickson. 1996. Testing for water pH effect on Bacillus thruingiensis toxicity to diamondback moth. Arthropod Mgt 21: 399-400.
  48. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1995. Testing for possible antagonism between dimethoate and Bacillus thuringiensis for control of diamondback moth on cabbage, 1994. Arthropod Mgt, 20: 77.
  49. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1995. Comparing DuPont esfenvalerate formulations and permethrin for control of cabbage loopers and imported cabbageworms on cabbage, 1994. Arthropod Mgt, 20: 78.
  50. Schroeder, P., W. T. Wilsey, Shelton, A. M. and E. Earle. 1995. Sinapsis alba/Brassicae oleracea somatic hybrids for host plant resistance against cabbage maggot, 1994. Arthropod Mgt, 20: 365.
  51. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1994. Control of Lepidoptera by Ciba-Geigy materials and field standards on cabbage, 1993. Arthropod Mgt. 19: 74.
  52. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1994. Control of natural populations of Lepidoptera on cabbage: evaluating Abbott products in a full season program, 1993. Arthropod Mgt. 19: 72.
  53. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1994. Comparing new American Cyanamid products and standard insecticides for control of natural populations of Lepidoptera on cabbage, 1993. Arthropod Mgt Tests, 19: 73.
  54. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1993. Control of Thrips tabaci on cabbage, 1992. Insect. & Acar. Tests. 18: 110.
  55. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1993. Comparing new Cyanamid products and standard insecticides for control of Lepidoptera on cabbage, 1992. Insect. & Acar. Tests. 18: 111.
  56. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1993. Control of Lepidoptera on cabbage: comparing an Abbott Bt to permethrin in a full season program, 1992. Insect. & Acar. Tests. 18: 111.
  57. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1992. Control of the corn Lepidoptera with foliar applications, 1991. Insect. & Acar. Tests. 17: 109.
  58. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1992. Comparing Bacillus thuringiensis products for control of natural populations of Lepidoptera on cabbage, 1991. Insect. & Acar. Tests. 17: 86-87.
  59. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1992. Comparing new bioinsecticide products for control of natural populations of Lepidoptera in a full season program on cabbage, 1991. Insect. & Acar. Tests. 17: 87.
  60. Shelton, A. M., W. T. Wilsey, and S. D. Eigenbrode. 1991. Control of diamondback moth with MVP bioinsecticides, compared to the standard insecticides, 1990. Insect. & Acar. Tests. 16: 63.
  61. Shelton, A. M., W. T. Wilsey, and S. D. Eigenbrode. 1991. Control of diamondback moth and cabbage looper on cabbage with Bacillus thuringiensis and in combination with permethrin, 1990. Insect. & Acar. Tests. 16: 62-63.
  62. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1991. Control of the corn Lepidoptera with foliar applications, 1990. Insect. & Acar. Tests. 16: 78.
  63. Shelton, A. M., W. T. Wilsey, and S. D. Eigenbrode. 1990. Control of diamondback moth, imported cabbageworm, and cabbage looper on cabbage in a seasonal program, 1989. Insect. & Acar. Tests. 15: 97-98.
  64. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1990. Control of the corn Lepidoptera by a full-season program of aerial applications of pyrethroids, 1989. Insect. & Acar. Tests. 15: 110.
  65. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1990. Control of the corn Lepidoptera by liquid insecticides, 1989. Insect. & Acar. Tests. 15: 110.
  66. Shelton, A. M., W. T. Wilsey, and S. D. Eigenbrode. 1989. Control of cabbage pests, 1988. Insect. & Acar. Test 14: 103.
  67. Shelton, A. M., W. T. Wilsey, and S. D. Eigenbrode. 1989. Control of diamondback moth, #1, 1988. Insect. & Acar. Test 14: 103.
  68. Shelton, A. M., W. T. Wilsey, and S. D. Eigenbrode. 1989. Control of diamondback moth, #2, 1988. Insect. & Acar. Test 14: 103-104.
  69. Shelton, A. M., and W. T. Wilsey. 1989. Control with full-season program of aerial applications, 1988. Insect. & Acar. Test 14: 119.
  70. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1988. Control of the corn lepidoptera by a full-season program of aerial applications of Baythroid, 1987. Insect. & Acar. Tests. 13: 117.
  71. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1988. Control of the corn lepidoptera by liquid insecticides, 1987. Insect. & Acar. Tests. 13: 116-117.
  72. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1988. Control of fall armyworm by aerial applications of insecticides, 1987. Insect. & Acar. Tests. 13: 116.
  73. Shelton, A. M. and S. T. Kline. 1988. Control of diamondback moth on cabbage, 1987. Insect. & Acar. Tests. 13: 102.
  74. Webb, S. E. and A. M. Shelton. 1988. Laboratory rearing of the imported cabbageworm. NY Food & Life Sci. Bull. No. 122.
  75. Stoner, K. A., and A. M. Shelton. 1988. Effect of winter storage on thrips damage to cabbage. NY Food & Life Sci. Bull. No. 121.
  76. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1987. Control of diamondback moth, imported cabbageworm, and cabbage looper on cabbage, 1986. Insect. & Acar. Tests. 12: 104.
  77. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1987. Field and greenhouse trials: Control of the grey garden slug on sweet corn, 1986. Insect. & Acar. Tests. 12: 120.
  78. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1987. Control of onion thrips on onions, 1986. Insect. & Acar. Tests. 12: 127.
  79. Shelton, A. M., W. T. Wilsey and S. E. Webb. 1987. Control of fall armyworm (FAW) by aerial applications of liquid insecticides, 1986. Insect. & Acar. Tests. 12: 119-120.
  80. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1986. Control of the European corn borer by a single aerial application of Ambush, Pounce, or EPN, 1985. Insect. & Acar. Tests. 11: 136.
  81. Gardner, N., C. W. Hoy, R. F. Becker, R. Foster, A. M. Shelton, T. A. Zitter, and C. H. Petzoldt. 1986. A grower’s guide to cabbage pest management in New York. IPM Manual, NYSAES.
  82. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1986. Control of the European corn borer and fall armyworm by a full season program of aerial applications of Baythroid, 1985. Insect. & Acar. Tests. 11: 137.
  83. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1986. Control of onion thrips on onions, 1985. Insect. & Acar. Tests. 11: 150.
  84. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1986. Control of the grey garden slug on corn, 1985. Insect. & Acar. Tests. 11: 250.
  85. Shelton, A. M., W. T. Wilsey, and R. C. North. 1985. Coverage of onion foliage as a requirement for control of onion thrips on onions, 1984. Insect. & Acar. Tests 10: 124.
  86. Shelton, A. M., W. T. Wilsey, and R. C. North. 1984. Control of caterpillars on broccoli, 1983. Insect. & Acar. Tests 9: 106.
  87. Shelton, A. M., W. T. Wilsey, and R. C. North. 1984. Control of caterpillars on cabbage, 1983. Insect. & Acar. Tests 9: 114-115.
  88. Shelton, A. M., W. T. Wilsey, and R. C. North. 1984. Control of caterpillars and cabbage aphids by Mobay products, 1983. Insect. & Acar. Tests 9: 115.
  89. Shelton, A. M., W. T. Wilsey, and R. C. North. 1984. Control of caterpillars on cabbage with combinations of insecticides, 1983. Insect. & Acar. Tests 9: 116.
  90. Shelton, A. M., W. T. Wilsey, and R. C. North. 1984. European corn borer and fall armyworm control by registered insecticides applied by air to sweet corn, 1983. Insect. & Acar. Tests 9: 144.
  91. Andaloro, J. T. and A. M. Shelton. 1983. Onion thrips: Insect identification fact sheet. Veg. Crops Publ., Cornell Univ., Ithaca: 750.75.
  92. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1983. Diamondback moth, imported cabbageworm, and cabbage looper control on cabbage, 1982. Insect. & Acar. Tests 8: 100.
  93. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1983. Control of diamondback moth, imported cabbageworm, and cabbage looper on cabbage by Pydrin and Dipel, 1982. Insect. & Acar. Tests 8: 98.
  94. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1983. Control of crucifer feeding insects by Orthene 75WP in the transplant water, 1982. Insect. & Acar. Tests 8: 94.
  95. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1983. Insecticide efficacy against diamondback moth, imported cabbageworm, and cabbage looper control on cabbage, 1982. Insect. & Acar. Tests 8: 98-99.
  96. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1983. Control of Lepidoptera by “organic” garden sprays, 1982. Insect. & Acar. Tests 8: 99.
  97. Andaloro, J. T., C. W. Hoy, K. B. Rose, J. P. Tette, and A. M. Shelton. 1983. A review of cabbage pest management in New York: From the pilot project to the private sector, 1978-1982. N. Y. Food and Life Sci. Bull. No. 105.
  98. Andaloro, J. T., K. B. Rose, A. M. Shelton, C. W. Hoy, and R. F. Becker. 1983. Cabbage growth stages. N. Y. Food and Life Sci. Bull. 101.
  99. Shelton, A. M., and W. T. Wilsey. 1982. Diamondback moth, imported cabbageworm, and cabbage looper control on cabbage, 1981. Insect. & Acar. Tests 7: 74.
  100. Shelton, A. M. and W. T. Wilsey. 1982. Moth, imported cabbageworm, and cabbage looper control on cauliflower and Brussel sprouts, 1981. Insect. & Acar. Tests 7: 74-75.
  101. Andaloro, J. T. and A. M. Shelton. 1981. Imported cabbageworm: Insect identification fact sheet. Veg. Crops Publ., Cornell Univ., Ithaca: 751.10.
  102. Shelton, A. M. and J. T. Andaloro. 1981. Cabbage looper: Insect identification fact sheet. Veg. Crops Publ., Cornell Univ., Ithaca: 751.00.
  103. Shelton, A. M., W. T. Wilsey, and C. M. Luetchford. 1981. Diamondback moth, imported cabbageworm, and cabbage looper control on cabbage, 1980. Insect. & Acar. Tests 6: 59-60.
  104. Shelton, A. M., W. T. Wilsey, and C. M. Luetchford. 1981. Control of thrips on cabbage, 1980. Insect. & Acar. Tests 6: 60.
  105. Shelton, A. M., W. T. Wilsey, and C. M. Luetchford. 1981. Evaluation of three sprayers for control of cabbage loopers on cabbage, 1980. Insect. & Acar. Tests 6: 61.
  106. Wilsey, W. T., A. M. Shelton, C. M. Luetchford, and J. L. Gilpatrick. 1980. Diamondback moth, imported cabbageworm, and cabbage looper on cabbage, 1979. Insect. & Acar. Tests 5: 65-66.

Misc. research & extension articles/Proceedings/Abstracts/Popular Articles:

  1. Shelton, A. M., J. Romeis, S. Naranjo, J. Tian and R. Hellmich. Use of Bt-resistant caterpillars to assess the effect of Cry proteins on beneficial natural enemies. GMOs in Integrated Plant Production. IOBC-WPRS Bulletin Vol 114, pp 51-55 (PDF)
  2. Shelton, A.M. 2015. What is environmentally acceptable plant protection? Proceedings of the Plant Protection Society of Slovenia (Plenary lecture). March 3-4, 2015, Ptuj, Slovenia. Pp 1-6
  3. Shelton, A. M., J-C Tian, J. Romeis, S. Naranjo, and R. Hellmich. 2013. Using Bt-resistant hosts to remove prey quality effects when investigating potential effects of Bt plants on natural enemies. pp. 281-284 in Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Biological Control of Arthropods, Pucón, Chile, P. G. Mason, D. R. Gillespie & C. Vincent (Eds).
  4. Shelton, A. M. 2012. Biotech Crops. Finger Lakes Times June 20, 2012.
  5. Shelton, A. M. and D. Olmstead.  2012.  New options and challenges for caterpillar control in sweet corn.  NY Fruit and Vegetable Expo.  Syracuse.  http://www.hort.cornell.edu/expo/2012proceedings.php
  6. Shelton, A. M. and D. Olmstead.  2012.  Leek moth: an emerging problem for Allium crops in NY.  NY Fruit and Vegetable Expo.  Syracuse.  http://www.hort.cornell.edu/expo/2012proceedings.php
  7. Shelton, A. M. and J. Fail.  2012.  Update on insect management in cabbage.  NY Fruit and Vegetable Expo.  Syracuse.  http//www.hort.cornell.edu/expo/2012proceedings.php
  8. Shelton, A. M. and D. Olmstead. 2011.  The changing insect complex in sweet corn and how it affects management.  NY Fruit and Vegetable Expo.  Syracuse, NY.http://www.hort.cornell.edu/expo/2011proceedings.php
  9. Shelton, A. M., J-Z. Zhao and P. Wang.  2007. Bt resistance management: have we been lucky or smart?  Pp 67-71 in Proc. 6th Pacific Rim Conf. on the Biotechnology of Bacillus thuringiensis and its Environmental Impact (editors: Cote, Otvos, Scwartz and Vincent), Victoria, BC, Canada Oct. 30-Nov 3, 2005.
  10. Shelton, A. M., C. Smart and A. Rangarajan.  2007.  Trends in IPM in the USA and Asia for vegetable production.  XVI International Plant Protection Conference, Glasgow, UK, pp 680-681.
  11. Romeis J, Bartsch D, Bigler F, Candolfi MP, Gielkens MMC, Hartley SE, Hellmich RL, Huesing JE, Jepson PC, Layton R, Quemada H,  Raybould A, Rose RI, Schiemann J, Sears MK, Shelton AM, Sweet J, Vaituzis Z & Wolt JD (2007) Non-target arthropod risk assessment of insect-resistant GM crops. Proceedings of the V Brazilian Biosafety Congress and the V Latin American Symposium on Transgenic Products, Ouro Preto, Brazil, 18-21 September 2007, pp. 59-61.
  12. Romies, J. et al. (18 authors in alphabetical order, including A. M. Shelton).  2006.  Moving through the tiered and methodological framework for non-target arthropod risk assessment of transgenic insecticidal crops.  Proc. Of 9th Int. Symp on the Biosafety of GMOs. Sept. 24-29, Korea, pp. 62-67.
  13. Hoepting, C.A., J.R. Kikkert, and A.M. Shelton. 2006.  The swede midge invasion and how to control this potentially devastating pest.  Proceedings of the NYS Fruit and Vegetable Conference.
  14. Shelton, A. M.  2006. Swede midge: and insect that should get your attention.  Proceedings of the NYS Fruit and Vegetable Conference.
  15. Shelton, A. M., J. Zhao, B. A. Nault, J. Plate and E. Larentzaki.  2006.  The state of insecticide resistance in onion thrips and thoughts on other control options.  Proceedings of the NYS Fruit and Vegetable Conference.
  16. Hoepting, C.A., J.R. Kikkert, and A.M. Shelton. 2005. Bringing knowledge and solutions to farmers and gardeners at risk for a new invasive insect pest, the swede midge.  National Association of County Agricultural Agents, Proceedings of the 90th Annual Meeting and Professional Improvement Conference.  July 17- 21st, 2005, Buffalo, New York.  Poster Abstract, pp. 69-70.
  17. Kikkert, J.R., C.A. Hoepting, and A.M. Shelton. 2005. Cornell Vegetable Program prepares farmers for invasion of a new insect pest, the swede midge.  National Association of County Agricultural Agents, Proceedings of the 90th Annual Meeting and Professional Improvement Conference.  July 17- 21st, 2005, Buffalo, New York.  Crop Production Awards, State Winner, p. 97.
  18. Kikkert, J.R., C.A. Hoepting, and A.M. Shelton. 2005. Swede midge identification guide. National Association of County Agricultural Agents, Proceedings of the 90th Annual Meeting and Professional Improvement Conference.  July 17- 21st, 2005, Buffalo, New York. Publication Awards, Regional Finalist, p. 149.
  19. Shelton, A. M. 2003.  Risk assessment and biosafety of Bt crops.  In Virus resistant transgenic papaya in Hawaii: a case study for technology transfer to less developed countries.  Proc. of meeting held in Hawaii, Oct. 2003.  USAID, OECD, ARS.
  20. Musser, F. and A. M. Shelton.  2003.  New management options for European corn borer in sweet corn.  CCE extension note in vegetable newsletters.
  21. Shelton, A. M. and J. Z. Zhao.  2003.  Insecticide resistance in the diamondback moth.  CAST Conference on Pesticide Resistance, (in press).
  22. Shelton, A. M., B. A. Nault, J. Plate and J. Zhao.  2003.  Monitoring pyrethroid resistance in onion thrips in New York.  Resistant Pest Management Newsletter, (in press).
  23. Shelton, A. M., B. A. Nault, J. Plate and J. Zhao. 2003.  Monitoring onion thrips resistance to pyrethroids in NY and other insecticide options.  NYS Vegetable Conf.
  24. Shelton, A. M.  2002.  Management of the insect complex in cabbage.  NYS Vegetable Conf.
  25. Kikkert, J. R. , C. A. Hoepting and A. M. Shelton.  2003.  Swede Midge.  Vegetable Crops Fact Sheet. 751.3.
  26. Shelton, A. M. and J. Zhao. 2002.  Insecticide use in vegetables.  Note in CCE Newsletter. Aug. 2002
  27. Herrero, S., B. Escriche, J. Zhao, H. L. Collins, A. M. Shelton and J. Ferre. 2000.  Biochemical basis of the resistance selection of Plutella xylostella with Cry 1Ac and Cry 1C.  Abstract for the ESF workshop in Berne, Switzerland, Sept 28-30, 2000
  28. Shelton, A. M.  2000.  Cabbage looper.  A unit for the CABI Crop Protection Compendium.
  29. Curtis, J., A. M. Shelton, T. Greene-Hanford and H. Massecar.  2000. Ontario-New York International Cabbage Workshop.  Niagra Falls, Canada Proceedings  pp 14-17.
  30. Shelton, A. M. 2000.  What’s new and what’s gone for insect control.  Ontario-New York International Cabbage Workshop.  Niagra Falls, Canada Proceedings  pp 18-19.
  31. Curtis, J., A. M. Shelton, T. Greene-Hanford and H. Massecar.  2000. Ontario-New York International Cabbage Workshop.  Niagra Falls, Canada Proceedings  pp 14-17.
  32. Shelton, A. M.  2000.  Cabbage looper.  A unit for the CABI Crop Protection Compendium.
  33. Herrero, S., B. Escriche, J. Zhao, H. L. Collins, A. M. Shelton and J. Ferre. 2000.  Biochemical basis of the resistance selection of Plutella xylostella with Cry 1Ac and Cry 1C.  Abstract for the ESF workshop in Berne, Switzerland, Sept 28-30, 2000
  34. Shelton, A. M., F.V. Sances, J. Hawley, J. D. Tang, M. Boune, D. Jungers and J. Farias.  1999.  Susceptibility of standard (Ambush, Lannate and Javelin) and novel (Success, Proclaim and Alert) insecticides in California populations of diamondback moth.  In Integrated Pest Management of Cole Crops.  An international workshop, Celaya, Mexico May 20-21, 1999.
  35. Shelton, A. M., J. D. Tang, R. T. Roush and E. D. Earle.  1998.  Can we manage resistance to Bt-engineered plants? Results of greenhouse and field tests.  Proceedings of the Sixth Australian Applied Entomological Research Conference, Brisbane, Australia, October 1998. pp. 258-266.
  36. Shelton, A. M., J. D. Tang, C. J. Perez, E. D. Earle and R. T. Roush.  1998.  Importance of application technology on resistance management.  Proceedings of the 2nd Pacific Rim Conference on Biotechnology of Bacillus thuringiensis and its impact to the environment. pp. 224-244.
  37. Petzoldt, C. H. and A. M. Shelton. 1998.  IPM labeling: communicating with consumers about pest management. Proceedings of the Sixth Australian Applied Entomological Research Conference, Brisbane, Australia, October 1998. pp. 117-125.
  38. Shelton and C. H. Petzoldt.  1997.  Marketing IPM.  The Grower. June 1997.
  39. Shelton, J. D. Tang, R.T. Roush and E. D. Earle.  1997.  Managing resistance to Bt. transgenic plants: greenhouse and field tests, pp. 3.4.1-3.4.17.  In Parkinson [ed.] Biopesticides and Transgenic Plants, IBC Conference, Washington, DC.
  40. Hoffmann, M., C. Petzoldt, D. Prostak, S. Fleisher, S. Spangler, T. Zitter, S. Reiners, R. Bellinder, & A. Shelton. 1996. Integrated Pest Management for diversified fresh market vegetable producers in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. New York State IPM Publication #122.  127 pp.
  41. Shelton, A. M. and H. Mundell.  1996.  Two weeks in Honduras transforms students.  Cornell Focus, Vol 5: 2, pp. 24-28.
  42. Tang, J. T., A. M. Shelton, W. J. Moar and R. T. Roush.  1995.  Consequences of shared toxins in strains of Bacillus thuringiensis for resistance in diamondback moth.  Resistant Pest Management Newsletter, Vol 7, No. 1: 5-7.
  43. Tang, J. T., A. M. Shelton and R. T. Roush.  1995.  Stable Resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis in Plutella xylostella. Resistant Pest Management Newsletter, Vol 7, No. 1: 8-9.
  44. Shelton, A. M. 1995.  Integrated Pest Management in field vegetables: current trends and research priorities.  Proc. of Nordic Assoc. of Agricultural Scientists (NJF) Seminar No. 255: 1-3.
  45. Shelton, A. M. 1995.  Bioengineered pathogens for control of pests of cole crops.  Proc. of Nordic Assoc. of Agricultural Scientists (NJF) Seminar No. 255: 34-36.
  46. Hoffmann, M.P. & A. M. Shelton. 1994  Biological control of European corn borer.  Proc. NYS Vegetable Conference. Syracuse, NY
  47. Petzoldt, C., M. Hoffmann and A. M. Shelton.  1994.  Report to the Cabbage Research Association 12/94.  Alternative Control of Thrips in Cabbage.  Cornell University Coop. Ext.  1/95 NYS IPM Publication #118.  pp. 52-53.
  48. Roush, R. T., T.Metz, J. Tang, E. Earle and A. M. Shelton. 1994 Managing insect resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis endotoxins:  Can transgenic crops be better than sprays? p.470 of volume 1 in Options 2000: Eighth IUPAC International Congress of Pesticide Chemistry, July 4-9, 1994. Abstracts published by American Chemical Society, Washington, DC.
  49. Metz, T. D., R. Dixit, A. M. Shelton, R. T. Roush & E. D. Earle.  1994.  Analysis of Bt insecticidal crystal protein expression in transgenic Brassica oleracea: applications to insect resistance management.  J. Cellular Biochem (abstract), Supplemt 18A, p 89.
  50. Petzoldt, C., A. M. Shelton, M. Hoffmann, R. Derksen, L. Pedersen.  1994.  Cabbage multidimensional research and development project 1994.  Cornell University Coop. Ext.  1/95 NYS IPM Publication #118.  pp. 1-6.
  51. Shelton, A. M., P. C. Schroeder, M. A. Schmaedick, C. H. Petzoldt, M. P. Hoffmann and J. P. Nyrop.  1994.  Evaluating Predation and Parasitism of Lepidoptera in Cabbage:  Effect of Conventional and Biorational Strategies on Natural Control.  Cornell University Coop. Ext.  1/95 NYS IPM Publication #118.  pp. 7-16
  52. Shelton, A. M. & C. Perez.  1993.  Effects of sprayers and Bacillus thuringiensis species on control of resistant and susceptible diamondback moth populations.  Proc. NYS Vegetable Conference. Syracuse, NY.
  53. Petzoldt, L. Pedersen, A. Shelton, R. Derksen & M. Hoffmann.  1993.  Comparison of pest management systems in cabbage.  Proc. NYS Vegetable Conference. Syracuse, NY.
  54. Shelton, A. M.  1993.  Control of Cole crop pest with natural enemies.  Proc. NYS Vegetable Conference. Syracuse, NY.
  55. Shelton, A. M. 1993.  Resistance of diamondback moth to Bacillus thuringiensis subspecies in the field in  “Seminar Proceedings: Global Management of Insecticide Resistance in the 90’s”. pp. 71-76.  Abbott Laboratories.  Sept. 15-17, 1992.
  56. Petzoldt, C., L. Pedersen, A. Shelton & J. Mishanec. 1992  Growing cabbage with minimal pesticide impacts on the environment.  Proc. NYS Vegetable Conference, Rochester, NY.
  57. Dickson, M., A. M. Shelton, A. Blamble.  1992.  Mejoramiento de la resistencia de Brassica oleracea a la palomilla dorso de diamante.  CEIBA Vol. 33(2).  pp. 501-507.
  58. Shelton, A. M., S. Eigenbrode, M. Dickson.  1992.  Mechanismos de resistencia antibiotica para la palomilla dorso de diamante en lineas mejoradas de repollo.  CEIBA Vol. 33(2).  pp. 509-521.
  59. Shelton, A. M.  1992.  Tecnicas de manejo para el control de Plutella xylostella (L.) y otros lepidopteros en repollo (Brassica oleracea var. capitata) en el estado de Nueva York, U.S.A.  CEIBA Vol. 33(2).  pp. 629-634.
  60. Hoffmann, M., R. Straub, A. Shelton, M. McLeod and D. Riggs.  1991.  Parasitism of lepidopterous pests of sweet corn.  1991. Proc. of 53rd Ann. NYS Pest Mgt. Conf.  Ithaca, NY
  61. Shelton, A. M., M. P. Hoffman, P. J. Cameron and C. H. Petzoldt.  Parasitism of diamondback moth in cabbage.  1991.  Proc. of 53rd Ann. NYS Pest Mgt. Conf.  Ithaca, NY.
  62. Shelton, A. M. and C. Petzoldt.  1990.  Market research in consumer attitudes to IPM. Proc. of 52nd Ann. NYS Pest Mgt. Conf.  Ithaca, NY.
  63. Eigenbrode, S. D. and A. M. Shelton.  1990.  Behavioral basis of resistance to larvae of the diamondback moth in glossy leafed Brassica.  In:  Breeding for resistance to insects and mites. Proceedings of the Fifth Meeting of Eucarpia Working Group on Breeding for Resistance to Insects and Mites, Marcelin, Switzerland.  1989. P.R. Ellis and J. Freuler (eds).  pp. 13-17.
  64. Shelton, A. M.  1990.  Diamondback moth in New York-movement patterns and insecticide resistance. Proc. of 52nd Ann. NYS Pest Mgt. Conf.  Ithaca, NY.
  65. Eigenbrode, S. D., A. M. Shelton, and M. H. Dickson.  1990.  Extracts of resistant cabbage reduce survivorship of diamondback moth.  In:  Breeding for resistance to insects and mites. Proceedings of the Fifth Meeting of Eucarpia Working Group on Breeding for Resistance to Insects and Mites, Marcelin, Switzerland.  1989. P.R. Ellis and J. Freuler (eds).  pp. 18-21.
  66. MacNeil, C. R., J.W. Lorbeer, C. Petzoldt and A. M. Shelton.  1989.  Onion blight alert and thrips threshold demonstration.  Proc. of 51st Ann. NYS Pest Mgt. Conf.  Ithaca, NY.
  67. Shelton, A. M., M. K. Knoening, R.J. Cooley and L. Pedersen.  1989.  The battle between the north and south as seen through the eyes of NY cabbage growers.  1989.  Results of IPM marketing survey.  Proc. of 51st Ann. NYS Pest Mgt. Conf.  Ithaca, NY.
  68. Knodel, J. J., C. J. Eckenrode, W.L. Roelofs and A. M. Shelton.  1989.  Pheromone traps for monitoring ECB in sweet corn.  Proc. of 51st Ann. NYS Pest Mgt. Conf.  Ithaca, NY.
  69. Shelton, A. M. and J. A. Wyman.  1989.  North American Diamondback Moth Resistance Project.  Pesticide Resistance Newsletter, pp. 17.  Michigan State University
  70. Petzoldt, C., J. Kovach, R. Burgess and A. M. Shelton.  1989.  Results of IPM marketing survey.  Proc. of 51st Ann. NYS Pest Mgt. Conf.  Ithaca, NY.
  71. Shelton, Anthony M., and H. Allan Wood.  1989.  Microbial pesticides.  The World and I.  Oct 1989: 358-365.
  72. Eigenbrode, S. D., A.M. Shelton, and M. H. Dickson.  1988. Mechanisms of resistance to diamondback moth in cabbage. Cruciferae Newsletter No 13: 134-135.
  73. Shelton, A. M.  1987.  Insect pest management for processing sweet corn in western New York.  Proceedings of the 42nd Ann. Northeastern Corn Improvement Conference.  Ithaca.  Abstract.
  74. Shelton, A. M.  1987.  Thrips – The Situation Explained.  Special Report, NYS Agric. Expt. Station, Number 61: 10-12.
  75. Shelton, A. M.  1987.  Controlling Foliage Insects.  Special Report, NYS Agric. Expt. Station, Number 61: 12-15.
  76. Stoner, K. A. and A. M. Shelton.  1986.  Studies of resistance to Thrips tabaci in four commercial varieties of cabbage.  Cruciferae Newsletter No. 11, pp. 101.
  77. Stoner, K. A., M. H. Dickson, and A. M. Shelton.  1986.  Inheritance of resistance to Thrips tabaci in cabbage.  Cruciferae Newsletter No. 11, pp. 102.
  78. Stoner, K. A. and A. M. Shelton.  1985.  Comparison of cabbage varieties which are susceptible or resistant to the onion thrips, Thrips tabaci.  Ann. Plant Resistance to Insects Newsletter.  11: 30.
  79. Dickson, M. H., C. J. Eckenrode, and A. M. Shelton.  1984.  Breeding for cabbage and cauliflower lepidopterous pest resistance.  Ann. Plant Res. to Insects Newsletter, 10: 33.
  80. Shelton, A. M., R. C. North, and M. H. Dickson.  1984.  Variety evaluation for insect resistance in cabbage.  Ann. Plant Res. to Insects Newsletter.  10: 33-34.
  81. Shelton, A. M.  1982.  Cabbage insect problems in New York.  Am. Veg. Grower 30: 12-14.
  82. Shelton, A. M.  1982.  Plant injury and contamination by onion thrips in sauerkraut.  In: “1982 Sauerkraut Seminar,” D. L. Downing (ed.).  Special Report No. 45, N. Y. State Agric. Expt. Sta., 27 pp.
  83. Andaloro, J. T., A. M. Shelton, and K. B. Rose.  1981.  Effectiveness of insecticides and application methods among participants in the New York Cabbage Pest Management Program.  Proc. of 12th Mid-Atlantic Veg. Workers Conf.
  84. Shelton, A. M. and J. T. Andaloro.  1981.  Research results and future needs for cabbage pest management in New York.  Proc. of 12th Mid-Atlantic Veg. Workers Conf.
  85. Shelton, A. M.  1980.  An overview of cabbage insect problems.  In:  “Sauerkraut Seminar,” D. L. Downing (ed.).  Special Report No. 38, N. Y. State Agric. Expt. Sta., 27 pp.

 

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