Jay A. Rosenheim
Jay A. Rosenheim, Ph.D. - Professor
- Ph.D. Entomology, University of California, Berkeley
- Introductory Biology, Population Biology
- Research Interests:
- Insect ecology, with a focus on host-parasitoid, predator-prey, and plant-insect interactions interactions, with direct applications to biological control.
- Mondor, E. B., J. A. Rosenheim, and J. F. Addicott. 2005. Predator-induced transgenerational phenotypic plasticity in the cotton aphid Oecologia 142: 104-108.
- Spence, K. O., and J. A. Rosenheim. 2005. Stable isotope analysis: a comparative field study of variation Oecologia 146: 89-97.
- Rosenheim, J. A., T. E. Glik, R. E. Goeriz, and B. Rämert. 2004. Linking a predator's foraging behaviour with its effects on herbivore population suppression Ecology 85: 3362-3372.
- Rosenheim, J. A. 2004. Top predators constrain the habitat selection games played by intermediate predators and their prey Israel Journal of Zoology 50: 129-138.
- Nelson, E. H., C. E. Matthews, and J. A. Rosenheim. 2004. Predators reduce prey population growth by inducing changes in prey behavior Ecology 85: 1853-1858.
- Rosenheim, J. A., D. D. Limburg, R. G. Colfer, V. Fournier, C. L. Hsu, T. E. Leonardo, and E. H. Nelson. 2004. Herbivore population suppression by an intermediate predator, Phytoseiulus macropilis, is insensitive to the presence of an intraguild predator: an advantage of small body size? Oecologia 140: 577-585.
- Fournier, V., J. A. Rosenheim, J. Brodeur, L. O. Laney, and M. W. Johnson. 2003. Herbivorous mites as ecological engineers: indirect effects on arthropods inhabiting papaya foliage Oecologia 135:442-450.
- Rosenheim, J. A., and A. Corbett. 2003. Omnivory and the indeterminacy of predator function: can a knowledge of foraging behavior help? Ecology 84: 2538-2548.
- Colfer, R. G., J. A. Rosenheim, L. D. Godfrey, and C. L. Hsu. 2003. Interactions between the augmentatively released predaceous mite Galendromus occidentalis (Acari: Phytoseiidae) and naturally occurring generalist predators Environmental Entomology 13: 141-165.
- Rosenheim, J. A.. 2001. Source-sink dynamics for a generalist insect predator in a habitat with strong higher-order predation Ecological Monographs 71:93-116.
- Colfer, R. G., and J. A. Rosenheim. 2001. Predation on immature parasitoids and its influence of aphid population suppression Oecologia 126:292-304.
- Rosenheim, J. A., G. E. Heimpel, and M. Mangel. 2000. Egg maturation, egg resorption and the costliness of transient egg limitation. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B 267:1565-1573.
- Rosenheim, J. A. . 1999. Characterizing the cost of oviposition in insects: a dynamic model Evolutionary Ecology 13:141-165.
- Rosenheim, J. A., D. D. Limburg, and R. G. Colfer. 1999. Impact of generalist predators on a biological control agent, Chrysoperla carnea: direct observations Ecological Applications 9:409-417.
- Rosenheim, J. A.. 1999. The relative contributions of time and eggs to the cost of reproduction Evolution 53:376-385.
- Rosenheim, J. A.. 1998. Higher-order predators and the regulation of insect herbivore populations Annual Review of Entomology 43:421-447.
- Heimpel, G. E., M. Mangel, and J. A. Rosenheim. 1998. Effects of time limitation and egg limitation on lifetime reproductive success of a parasitoid in the field American Naturalist 152:273-289.
- Ode, P. J., and J. A. Rosenheim. 1998. Sex allocation and the evolutionary transition between solitary and gregarious parasitoid development. American Naturalist 152:757-761.