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Byers, J.A., Zhang, Q.H., Schlyter, F., and Birgersson, G. 1998.
Volatiles from nonhost birch trees inhibit pheromone response in
spruce bark beetles. Naturwissenschaften 85:557-561.
Byers, J.A. 1999. Interactive learning using expert system quizzes on the internet. Educational Media International 36:191-194.
Byers, J.A. 1999. Effects of attraction radius and flight paths on catch of scolytid beetles dispersing outward through rings of pheromone traps. Journal of Chemical Ecology 25:985-1005.
Byers, J.A. 2000. Wind-aided dispersal of simulated bark beetles flying through forests. Ecological Modelling 125:231-243.
Byers, J.A., Zhang, Q.H., & Birgersson, G. 2000. Strategies of a bark beetle, Pityogenes bidentatus, in an olfactory landscape. Naturwissenschaften 87:503-507.
El-Sayed, A.M. & Byers, J.A. 2000. Inhibitory effect of monoterpenes on response of Pityogenes bidentatus to aggregation pheromone released by piezoelectric sprayer for precision release of semiochemicals. Journal of Chemical Ecology 26:1795-1809.
Schlyter F., Zhang Q-H., Anderson P., Byers J.A., Wadhams L.J., Löfqvist, J., & Birgersson G. 2000. Electrophysiological and behavioural responses of Scandinavian Tomicus piniperda and T. minor (Coleoptera: Scolytidae), to non-host leaf and bark volatiles. Canadian Entomologist 132:965-981.
Byers, J.A. 2001. Correlated random walk equations of animal dispersal resolved by simulation. Ecology 82:1680-1690.
Byers, J.A. 2001. Internet programs for drawing moth pheromone analogs and searching literature database. Journal of Chemical Ecology in press operate program
Byers, J.A. 2001. Combinatorial constraints on the olfactory communication channels of moths. Journal of Chemical Ecology submitted
Byers, J.A. 2001. Patterns of pheromone component use in moths studied by computer analysis of pherolist files. Journal of Chemical Ecology submitted