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Book Chapter
M. J. Hall, Krishnan, N., Coats, J. R., and Bradbury, S. P., Estimating screening-level risks of insecticide exposure to lepidopteran species of conservation concern in agroecosystems, in Crop Protection Products for Sustainable Agriculture , Washington D.C.: American Chemical Society Symposium Series #1390. Rauzan, B.M. and Lorsbach, B.A. (Eds.), American Chemical Society, 2021, pp. 137-180.
Journal Article
N. Krishnan, Assessing Field‐Scale Risks of Foliar Insecticide Applications to Monarch Butterfly (Danaus plexippus) Larvae, Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 2020.
T. J. Grant, Krishnan, N., and Bradbury, S. P., Conservation risks and benefits of establishing monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) breeding habitat in close proximity to maize and soybean fields in the North Central U.S.: A landscape‐scale analysis of foliar insecticide impacts on non‐migratory.., Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management, 2021.
N. Krishnan, Hall, M. J., Hellmich, R. L., Coats, J. R., and Bradbury, S. P., Evaluating toxicity of Varroa mite (Varroa destructor)-active dsRNA to monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) larvae, PLOS ONE, 2021.
P. J.M. and K.S., O., Milkweed loss in agricultural fields because of herbicide use: effect on the monarch butterfly population, Insect Conservation and Diversity, vol. 6, pp. 135-144, 2013.
N. Krishnan, Zhang, Y., Aust, M. E., Hellmich, R. L., Coats, J. R., and Bradbury, S. P., Monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) life cycle risks from foliar and seed-treatment insecticides, Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 2021.
A. D. Kaul and Wisley, B. J., Monarch butterfly host plant (milkweed Asclepias spp.) abundance varies by habitat type across 98 prairies, Restoration Ecology, vol. 27, no. 6, 2019.PDF icon monarch_butterfly_host_plant_milkweed_asclepias_spp._abundance_varies_by_habitat_type_across_98_pr.pdf (175.25 KB)
M. L. Hladik, Neonicotinoid insecticide removal by prairie strips in row-cropped watersheds with historical seed coating use, 2017.
N. Krishnan, Jurenka, R. A., and Bradbury, S. P., Neonicotinoids can cause arrested pupal ecdysis in Lepidoptera, Scientific Reports, 2021.