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Prof Stuart Reynolds
Prof Stuart Reynolds
Professor of Biology, University of Bath
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The role of destruxins in the pathogenicity of Metarhizium anisopliae for three species of insect
MJ Kershaw, ER Moorhouse, R Bateman, SE Reynolds, AK Charnley
Journal of invertebrate pathology 74 (3), 213-223, 1999
3741999
Photorhabdus: towards a functional genomic analysis of a symbiont and pathogen
R Ffrench-Constant, N Waterfield, P Daborn, S Joyce, H Bennett, C Au, ...
FEMS Microbiology Reviews 26 (5), 433-456, 2003
2512003
Insect immune responses to nematode parasites
JC Castillo, SE Reynolds, I Eleftherianos
Trends in parasitology 27 (12), 537-547, 2011
2192011
An antibiotic produced by an insect-pathogenic bacterium suppresses host defenses through phenoloxidase inhibition
I Eleftherianos, S Boundy, SA Joyce, S Aslam, JW Marshall, RJ Cox, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (7), 2419-2424, 2007
2142007
Persistence of double-stranded RNA in insect hemolymph as a potential determiner of RNA interference success: evidence from Manduca sexta and Blattella germanica
JS Garbutt, X BellÚs, EH Richards, SE Reynolds
Journal of insect physiology 59 (2), 171-178, 2013
2082013
Pyrosequencing the Manduca sexta larval midgut transcriptome: messages for digestion, detoxification and defence
Y Pauchet, P Wilkinson, H Vogel, DR Nelson, SE Reynolds, DG Heckel, ...
Insect molecular biology 19 (1), 61-75, 2010
1872010
Ocurrence of the antibiotic producing bacterium Burkholderia sp. in colonies of the leaf-cutting ant Atta sexdens rubropilosa
AV Santos, RJ Dillon, VM Dillon, SE Reynolds, RI Samuels
FEMS microbiology letters 239 (2), 319-323, 2004
1832004
Bacterial infection of a model insect: Photorhabdus luminescens and Manduca sexta
CP Silva, NR Waterfield, PJ Daborn, P Dean, T Chilver, CPY Au, ...
Cellular microbiology 4 (6), 329-339, 2002
1832002
The cuticle, growth and moulting in insects: the essential background to the action of acylurea insecticides
SE Reynolds
Pesticide Science 20 (2), 131-146, 1987
1731987
The role of destruxins in the pathogenicity of 3 strains of Metarhizium anisopliae for the tobacco hornworm Manduca sexta
RI Samuels, AK Charnley, SE Reynolds
Mycopathologia 104, 51-58, 1988
1611988
Developmental Changes of the 26 S Proteasome in Abdominal Intersegmental Muscles of Manduca sexta during Programmed Cell Death (∗)
SE Reynolds, MA Billett, C Gordon, L Colleaux, PM Kloetzel, K Tanaka, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 270 (4), 1850-1858, 1995
1541995
Physiology and biochemistry of insect moulting fluid
SE Reynolds, RI Samuels
Advances in insect physiology 26, 157-232, 1996
1491996
Insect infection and immunity: evolution, ecology, and mechanisms
J Rolff, S Reynolds
Oxford university press, 2009
1392009
Calcium channel activation of insect muscle by destruxins, insecticidal compounds produced by the entomopathogenic fungus Metarhizium anisopliae.
RI Samuels, SE Reynolds, AK Charnley
1391988
Cooking up the perfect insect: Aristotle's transformational idea about the complete metamorphosis of insects
S Reynolds
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 374 (1783), 20190074, 2019
1372019
Food and water economy and its relation to growth in fifth-instar larvae of the tobacco hornworm, Manduca sexta
SE Reynolds, SF Nottingham, AE Stephens
Journal of insect physiology 31 (2), 119-127, 1985
1341985
Legionella pneumophila pathogenesis in the Galleria mellonella infection model
CR Harding, GN Schroeder, S Reynolds, A Kosta, JW Collins, A Mousnier, ...
Infection and immunity 80 (8), 2780-2790, 2012
1292012
Integration of behaviour and physiology in ecdysis
SE Reynolds
Advances in insect physiology 15, 475-595, 1980
1251980
Food intake, conversion efficiency, and feeding behaviour of tobacco hornworm caterpillars given artificial diet of varying nutrient and water content
WA Timmins, K Bellward, AJ Stamp, SE Reynolds
Physiological Entomology 13 (3), 303-314, 1988
1241988
RNAi suppression of recognition protein mediated immune responses in the tobacco hornworm Manduca sexta causes increased susceptibility to the insect pathogen Photorhabdus
I Eleftherianos, PJ Millichap, SE Reynolds
Developmental & Comparative Immunology 30 (12), 1099-1107, 2006
1232006
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