Chris Mullin
Chris Mullin
Professor of Entomology
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Colony collapse disorder: a descriptive study
JD Evans, C Saegerman, C Mullin, E Haubruge, BK Nguyen, M Frazier, ...
PloS one 4 (8), e6481, 2009
11702009
High levels of miticides and agrochemicals in North American apiaries: implications for honey bee health
CA Mullin, M Frazier, JL Frazier, S Ashcraft, R Simonds, JS Pettis
PloS one 5 (3), e9754, 2010
10682010
Pesticides and honey bee toxicity–USA
RM Johnson, MD Ellis, CA Mullin, M Frazier
Apidologie 41 (3), 312-331, 2010
5612010
Four common pesticides, their mixtures and a formulation solvent in the hive environment have high oral toxicity to honey bee larvae
W Zhu, DR Schmehl, CA Mullin, JL Frazier
PloS one 9 (1), e77547, 2014
2552014
Substituted thiotrifluoropropanones as potent selective inhibitors of juvenile hormone esterase
BD Hammock, YAI Abdel-Aal, CA Mullin, TN Hanzlik, RM Roe
Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology 22 (2), 209-223, 1984
1601984
Enzymes involved in the metabolism of plant allelochemicals
S Ahmad, LB Brattsten, CA Mullin, SJ Yu
Molecular aspects of insect-plant associations, 73-151, 1986
1591986
What have pesticides got to do with it?
M Frazier, C Mullin, J Frazier, S Ashcraft
American Bee Journal 148 (6), 521-524, 2008
1542008
Weighing risk factors associated with bee colony collapse disorder by classification and regression tree analysis
D VanEngelsdorp, N Speybroeck, JD Evans, B Kim Nguyen, C Mullin, ...
Journal of economic entomology 103 (5), 1517-1523, 2010
1402010
Chalcone oxides—potent selective inhibitors of cytosolic epoxide hydrolase
CA Mullin, BD Hammock
Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 216 (2), 423-439, 1982
1271982
Comparative toxicities and synergism of apple orchard pesticides to Apis mellifera (L.) and Osmia cornifrons (Radoszkowski)
DJ Biddinger, JL Robertson, C Mullin, J Frazier, SA Ashcraft, EG Rajotte, ...
PloS one 8 (9), e72587, 2013
1182013
Neuroreceptor mechanisms in insect gustation: a pharmacological approach
CA Mullin, S Chyb, H Eichenseer, B Hollister, JL Frazier
Journal of Insect Physiology 40 (11), 913-931, 1994
941994
In-hive Pesticide Exposome: Assessing risks to migratory honey bees from in-hive pesticide contamination in the Eastern United States
KS Traynor, JS Pettis, DR Tarpy, CA Mullin, JL Frazier, M Frazier
Scientific reports 6, 33207, 2016
922016
The formulation makes the honey bee poison
CA Mullin, J Chen, JD Fine, MT Frazier, JL Frazier
Pesticide biochemistry and physiology 120, 27-35, 2015
912015
D. vanEngelsdorp, and JS Pettis. 2010
CA Mullin, M Frazier, JL Frazier, S Ashcraft, R Simonds
High levels of miticides and agrochemicals in North American apiaries …, 0
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Learning impairment in honey bees caused by agricultural spray adjuvants
TJ Ciarlo, CA Mullin, JL Frazier, DR Schmehl
PLoS One 7 (7), e40848, 2012
822012
Toxic and behavioral effects to Carabidae of seed treatments used on Cry3Bb1-and Cry1Ab/c-protected corn
CA Mullin, MC Saunders, TW Leslie, DJ Biddinger, SJ Fleischer
Environmental Entomology 34 (6), 1626-1636, 2005
822005
“Entombed Pollen”: A new condition in honey bee colonies associated with increased risk of colony mortality
JD Evans, L Donovall, C Mullin, M Frazier, J Frazier, DR Tarpy, J Hayes Jr, ...
Journal of invertebrate pathology 101 (2), 147-149, 2009
812009
Feeding and toxic effects of floral sesquiterpene lactones, diterpenes, and phenolics from sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) on western corn rootworm
CA Mullin, AA Alfatafta, JL Harman, SL Everett, AA Serino
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 39 (12), 2293-2299, 1991
771991
Detoxification enzyme differences between a herbivorous and predatory mite
CA Mullin, BA Croft, K Strickler, F Matsumura, JR Miller
Science 217 (4566), 1270-1272, 1982
771982
Solution structure of the 3'-5'cyclic dinucleotide d (pApA). A combined NMR, UV melting, and molecular mechanics study.
MJ Blommers, CA Haasnoot, JA Walters, GA Van der Marel, ...
Biochemistry 27 (22), 8361, 1988
75*1988
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