Meritxell Perez Hedo
Meritxell Perez Hedo
Researcher in Instituto Valenciano de Investigaciones Agrarias
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Defensive plant responses induced by Nesidiocoris tenuis (Hemiptera: Miridae) on tomato plants
M Pérez-Hedo, P Urbaneja-Bernat, JA Jaques, V Flors, A Urbaneja
Journal of Pest Science 88, 543-554, 2015
Prospects for predatory mirid bugs as biocontrol agents of aphids in sweet peppers
M Pérez-Hedo, A Urbaneja
Journal of Pest Science 88, 65-73, 2015
Tomato plant responses to feeding behavior of three zoophytophagous predators (Hemiptera: Miridae)
M Pérez-Hedo, S Bouagga, JA Jaques, V Flors, A Urbaneja
Biological Control 86, 46-51, 2015
The Zoophytophagous Predator Nesidiocoris tenuis: A Successful But Controversial Biocontrol Agent in Tomato Crops
M Pérez-Hedo, A Urbaneja
Advances in insect control and resistance management, 121-138, 2016
The insulin/TOR signal transduction pathway is involved in the nutritional regulation of juvenile hormone synthesis in Aedes aegypti
M Pérez-Hedo, C Rivera-Perez, FG Noriega
Insect biochemistry and molecular biology 43 (6), 495-500, 2013
Integrated pest management of Tuta absoluta: practical implementations across different world regions
N Desneux, P Han, R Mansour, J Arnó, T Brévault, MR Campos, ...
Journal of Pest Science, 1-23, 2022
Next‐generation biological control: the need for integrating genetics and genomics
K Leung, E Ras, KB Ferguson, S Ariëns, D Babendreier, P Bijma, ...
Biological Reviews 95 (6), 1838-1854, 2020
Stage-Related Defense Response Induction in Tomato Plants by Nesidiocoris tenuis
M Naselli, A Urbaneja, G Siscaro, JA Jaques, L Zappalà, V Flors, ...
International Journal of Molecular Sciences 17 (8), 1210, 2016
Zoophytophagous mirids provide pest control by inducing direct defences, antixenosis and attraction to parasitoids in sweet pepper plants
S Bouagga, A Urbaneja, JL Rambla, V Flors, A Granell, JA Jaques, ...
Pest management science 74 (6), 1286-1296, 2018
Orius laevigatus strengthens its role as a biological control agent by inducing plant defenses
PHM Bouagga S, Urbaneja A, Rambla JL, Granell A
Journal of Pest Science, 2017
Use of zoophytophagous mirid bugs in horticultural crops: current challenges and future perspectives
M Pérez‐Hedo, C Riahi, A Urbaneja
Pest Management Science 77 (1), 33-42, 2021
Starvation increases insulin sensitivity and reduces juvenile hormone synthesis in mosquitoes
M Perez-Hedo, C Rivera-Perez, FG Noriega
PLoS One 9 (1), e86183, 2014
Expression of two barley proteinase inhibitors in tomato promotes endogenous defensive response and enhances resistance to Tuta absoluta
R Hamza, M Pérez-Hedo, A Urbaneja, JL Rambla, A Granell, K Gaddour, ...
BMC plant biology 18 (1), 1-14, 2018
The predatory mirid Dicyphus maroccanus as a new potential biological control agent in tomato crops
S Abbas, M Pérez-Hedo, S Colazza, A Urbaneja
BioControl 59, 565-574, 2014
Biological activity and specificity of Miridae-induced plant volatiles
M Pérez-Hedo, JL Rambla, A Granell, A Urbaneja
BioControl, 2017
Resilience and robustness of IPM in protected horticulture in the face of potential invasive pests
UA Pérez-Hedo M, Suay R, Alonso M, Ruocco M, Giorgini M, Poncet C
Crop protection 97, 119-127, 2017
Combined Use of Predatory Mirids With Amblyseius swirskii (Acari: Phytoseiidae) to Enhance Pest Management in Sweet Pepper
S Bouagga, A Urbaneja, M Pérez-Hedo
Journal of economic entomology 111 (3), 1112-1120, 2018
Induced Tomato Plant Resistance Against Tetranychus urticae Triggered by the Phytophagy of Nesidiocoris tenuis
M Pérez-Hedo, ÁM Arias-Sanguino, A Urbaneja
Frontiers in Plant Science 9, 1419, 2018
Low susceptibility of non-target Lepidopteran maize pests to the Bt protein Cry1Ab
M Pérez-Hedo, C López, R Albajes, M Eizaguirre
Bulletin of entomological research 102 (6), 737-743, 2012
Plant feeding by Nesidiocoris tenuis: Quantifying its behavioral and mechanical components
M Chinchilla-Ramírez, E Garzo, A Fereres, J Gavara-Vidal, ...
Biological Control 152, 104402, 2021
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