List of Publications

  1. Cohen, A.C. and B.C. Myres. 1970. A function of the horns (supraocular scales) in the sidewinder rattlesnake, Crotalus cerastes, with comments on other horned snakes. Copeia. 3: 575-576.PDF
  2.  Cohen, A.C. and B.C. Myres. 1971. Why are horned snakes horned? Fauna. 3: 38-39.
  1. Myres, B.C., A.C Cohen and F. Tamas. 1972. Laboratory Concepts in Biology. Kendall/Hunt. Dubuque, Iowa.
  1. Cohen, A.C. 1972. Water balance in snakes. California State University atFullerton. (Master’s Thesis).
  1. Cohen, A.C. 1975. Some factors affecting water economy in snakes. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 51A: 361-368. PDF
  1. Cohen, A.C. and J.L. Cohen. 1976. Nest structure and microclimate of the desert cockroach Arenivaga apacha. Bull. Southern California Academy ofSciences 75: 272-277.
  1. Myres, B.C., A.C. Cohen and R.L. Harkrider. 1977. Biology in the Laboratory. Crotalus Press. Anaheim, California.
  1. Cohen, A.C. and J.D. Pinto. 1977. An evaluation of the xeric adaptiveness ofseveral species of blister beetles (Meloidae). Ann. Entomol. Soc. Amer. 70: 741-749.
  1. Cohen, A.C. 1978. Water relations of the blister beetle, Cysteodemus armatus(Meloidae). University of California, Riverside. (Doctoral Dissertation).
  2. Cohen, A.C. 1980.  Hemolymph chemistry of two species of araneid spiders. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 66A: 715-717.
  1. Cohen, A.C, R.B. March and J.D. Pinto. 1981. Water relations of the desertblister beetle Cysteodemus armatus (Leconte) (Coleoptera: Meloidae). Physiol. Zool. 54: 179-187.
  1. Cohen, A.C. 1981. An artificial diet for Geocoris punctipes (Say). Southwest Entomol. 6: 109-113.
  1. Cohen, A.C. and J.L. Cohen. 1981. Microclimate, temperature and water relations of two species of desert cockroaches. Comp. Biochem. and Physiol. 69A: 165-167.
  1. Cohen, A.C. and R. Patana. 1982. Ontogenetic and stress-related changes inhemolymph chemistry of beet armyworms. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 71A: 193-198.PDF
  1. Cohen, A.C. 1982. Water and temperature relations of two hemipteran members of a predator-prey complex. Environ. Entomol. 11: 715-719.
  1. Loper, G.M. and A.C. Cohen. 1982. The caloric content of bee-gathered pollen. Amer. Bee J. 122: 709-710.
  1. Cohen, A.C. 1983. Improved method of encapsulating artificial diet for rearing predators of harmful insects. J. Econ. Entomol. 76: 957-959.PDF
  1. Cohen, A.C. 1983. A simple, rapid and highly sensitive method of separation and quantification of uric acid, hypoxanthine and xanthine by HPLC. Experientia. 39: 435-436.
  1. Cohen, A.C. and J.W. Debolt. 1983. Rearing Geocoris punctipes on insecteggs. Southwest. Entomol. 8: 61-64.
  1. Cohen, A.C. and R. Patana. 1984. Efficiency of food utilization by Heliothis zea (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) fed artificial diets or green beans. Can. Ento. 116: 139-146.PDF
  1. Debolt, J.W. and A.C. Cohen. 1984. Composition of teratocytes from Lygushesperus nymphs parasitized by Leiophron uniformis. Southwest. Entomol.9:69-72.PDF
  1. Jackson, C.G. and A.C. Cohen. 1984. Temperature and water relations of a parasitic wasp in its free living adult stage and its phytophagous host. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 78A: 437-440.
  1. Thompson, S.N. and A.C. Cohen. 1984. Nitrogen elimination in Trichoplusia ni parasitized by the insect parasite, Hyposoter exiguae. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 78A: 785-786.
  1. Cohen, A.C. 1984. Food consumption, food utilization and metabolic rates of Geocoris punctipes fed Heliothis virescens eggs. Entomophaga. 29: 361-367.
  1. Cohen, A.C. and J.W. Debolt. 1984. Fatty acid and amino acid composition of teratocytes from Lygus hesperus parasitized by two species of parasites,  Leiophron uniformis and Peristenus stygicus. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 79B: 335-337.
  1. Cohen, A.C., S.W. Earl and H.M. Graham. 1984. Rates of water loss and desiccation tolerance in four species of Lygus. Southwest. Entomol. 9: 178-183.
  1. Cohen, A.C. 1984. Effects of water stress on hemolymph volume, osmotic potential and chemical composition in Megetra cancellata. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 79A 547-549.
  1. Cohen, A.C. 1985. Metabolic rates of two hemipteran members of a predator/prey complex. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 81A: 833-836.PDF
  1. Cohen, A.C. and R. Patana. 1985. Chemical composition of tobacco budworm eggs during development. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 81B: 165-169.PDF
  1. Cohen, A.C. 1985. Simple method for rearing the insect predator Geocoris  punctipes (Heteroptera: Lygaeidae) on a meat diet. J. Econ. Entomol. 78:1173-1175.PDF
  1. Cohen, A.C. 1985. Review of Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology of Enzymatic Digestion. Quarterly Review of Biology. 60: 517-518.
  1. Cohen, A.C., J.W. Debolt and H.A. Schreiber. 1985. Profiles of trace andmajor elements in whole carcasses of Lygus hesperus adults. Southwest. Entomol. 10: 239-243.PDF
  1. Cohen, A.C. and C.G. Jackson. 1986. Ontogenetic changes in waste purines from eggs of two species of insects. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 85B: 269-271.PDF
  1. Cohen, A.C., R.B. March and J.D. Pinto. 1986. Effects of water stress and rehydration on hemolymph volume and amino acid content in the blister beetle,   Cysteodemus armatus. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 85A: 743-746.PDF
  1. Cohen, A.C. and N.M. Urias. 1986. Meat-based artificial diets for Geocoris punctipes. Southwest. Entomol. 11: 171-176.
  1. Loper, G.M. and A.C. Cohen. 1987. Amino acid content of dandelion pollen, a honey bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) nutritional evaluation. J. Econ. Entomol. 80: 14-17.PDF
  1. Cohen, A.C. 1987. Interim protocol for testing the effects of microbial pathogens on predatory hemipterans. Office of Pesticide Programs. Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances. Registration for Testing New MPCA’s. EPA. 8 pp.
  1. Cohen, A.C. and N.M. Urias. 1988. Nutritional indices of a predator Geocoris punctipes (Heteroptera: Lygaeidae) fed artificial diets with rutin. J. Entomol. Sci. 23: 174-179.PDF
  1. Bagnara, J.T., K.L. Kreutzfeld, W. Ferris, P. Fernandez and A.C. Cohen. 1988.Observations on tadpole iridophores in primary cell culture. Pigment Cell Res.1: 361-365.
  1. Jackson, C.G. and A.C. Cohen. 1988. Labeling Anaphes ovijentatus (Hymenoptera: Mymaridae), an egg parasite of Lygus spp. (Hemiptera: Miridae) with rubidium. Ann. Entomol. Soc. Amer. 81: 919-922. PDF
  1. Cohen, A.C. 1989. Ingestion efficiency and protein consumption by a heteropteran predator. Ann. Entomol. Soc. Amer. 82: 495-499.PDF
  1. Cohen, A.C. and C.G. Jackson. 1989. Using rubidium to mark a predator (Hemiptera: Lygaeidae). J. Entomol. Sci. 24: 57-61. PDF
  1. Hagler, J.H., A.C. Cohen, and G.M. Loper. 1990. Production and compositionof onion nectar and honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) foraging activity in Arizona. Environ. Ent. 19: 327-331.PDF
  1. Cohen, A.C. and J.L. Cohen. 1990. Ingestion of blister beetles by a Texas horned lizard. Southwestern Naturalist. 35: 291.PDF
  1. Cohen, A.C. 1990. Fatty acid distribution as related to adult age, sex and diet in the phytophagous heteropteran, Lygus hesperus. J. Entomol. Sci. 25: 75-84.PDF
  1. Byrne, D.N., A.C. Cohen and E. Draeger. 1990. Water uptake from plant tissue by the egg pedicel of the greenhouse whitefly, Trialearodes vaporariorum (Westwood). Can. J. Zool. 68:1193-1195.
  1. Cohen, A.C. 1990. Feeding adaptations of some predaceous Hemiptera. Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 83: 1215-1223.
  1. Hagler, J.R. and A.C. Cohen. 1990. Effects of time and temperature on digestion of purified antigen by Geocoris punctipes (Hemiptera: Lygaeidae) reared on artificial diet. Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 83: 1177-1180. PDF
  1. Hagler, J.R. and A.C. Cohen. 1991. Prey selection by in vitro- and field-reared Geocoris punctipes. Entomol. exp. appl. 59: 201-205.
  1. Hagler, J.R., A.C. Cohen, F.J. Enriquez and D. Bradley-Dunlop. 1991. An egg specific monoclonal antibody to Lygus hesperus. Biological Control. 1: 75-80.PDF
  2. Cohen, A.C., D.L. Hendrix and J.K. Brown. 1992. Determination of trophic enzymes in Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius). Beltwide Cotton Conferences. 951-952.
  1. Cohen, A.C., L. Forlow Jech, C. Newman and T.J. Henneberry. 1992. Physiological ecology of putative strains A & B of Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius). Beltwide Cotton Conferences. 948-950.
  1. Hagler, J.R., A.C. Cohen, D. Bradley-Dunlop and F.J. Enriquez. 1992. Field evaluation of predation on Lygus hesperus (Hemiptera: Miridae) using a species-and stage-specific monoclonal antibody. Environ. Entomol. 21: 896-900.PDF
  1. Cohen, A.C. 1992. Using a systematic approach to develop artificial diets for predators. In: Advances in Insect Rearing for Research and Pest Management. Ed. by T.E. Anderson and N.C. Leppla. Westview Press. Boulder. pp. 77-91.PDF
  1. Hagler, J.R., A.C. Cohen, D. Bradley-Dunlop and F.J. Enriquez. 1992. New approach to mark insects for feeding and dispersal studies. Environ. Entomol. 21: 20-25.PDF
  1. Cohen, A.C. and D.N. Byrne. 1992. Geocoris punctipes as a predator of  Bemisia tabaci: a laboratory evaluation. Entomol. exp. appl. 64: 195-202.PDF
  1. Cohen, A.C. 1993. Organization of proteinases and preliminary characterization of salivary trypsin-like enzymes in a predaceous heteropteran. Insect Physiol. 39: 823-829. PDF
  2. Cohen, A.C., T.J. Henneberry and R.T. Staten. 1993. Evaluation of whitefly predators. AAIE News. 4: (Abstract).
  1. Cohen, A.C., R.T. Staten and T.J. Henneberry. 1993. Evaluations of predatorsof sweetpotato whiteflies: laboratory and field cage studies. 1993 Beltwide Cotton Conferences. pp. 710-713.PDF
  1. Cohen, A.C., C.M. Newman and D. Hendrix. 1993. Histochemical studies of feeding sites of Bemisia tabaci on cotton leaves. 1993 Beltwide Cotton Conference. p 959.
  1. Cohen, A.C. and D. Hendrix. 1993. Demonstration and preliminary characterization of a-amylase in sweetpotato whiteflies, Bemisia tabaci (Aleyrodidae: Homoptera). 1993 Beltwide Cotton Conferences. pp. 955-960.
  1. Cohen, A.C. and R.T. Staten. 1994. Long-term culturing and quality assessment of predatory big-eyed bugs, Geocoris punctipes. In. Applications of Genetics to Arthropods of Biological Control Significance. Ed. S. Karl Narang, Alan C. Bartlett and Robert M. Faust. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. pp. 122-132. PDF
  1. Erickson, A.C. Cohen and B. Cameron. 1994. Mite excreta: a new diagnostic tool for varroasis. Bee Science. 3: 76-78.
  1. Skinner, R.H. and A.C. Cohen. 1994. Phosphorous nutrition and leaf age effects on sweetpotato whitefly (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae) host selection.Environ. Entomol. 23: 693-698.
  2. Grenier, S., P. Greany and A.C. Cohen. 1994. Potential for mass release of  insect parasitoids       and predators through development of artificial culture  techniques. In: Pest Management in the Subtropics: Biological Control: A Florida Perspective. D. Rosen, Fred D. Bennett and J. Capinera, Eds. Intercept Press. Andover, Hants, U.K. pp. 181-205.
  1. Cohen, A.C. and D.L. Hendrix. 1994. Demonstration and preliminary characterization of α-amylase in the sweetpotato whitefly, Bemisia tabaci (Aleyrodidae: Homoptera). Comp. Biochem. and Physiol. 109B: 593-601.PDF
  2. Chu, C.C., T.J. Henneberry and A.C. Cohen. 1995. Silverleaf whitefly (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae): Host preference and factors affecting oviposition and feeding site preference. Environ. Entomol. 24: 354-360.
  1. Cohen, A.C. Extra-Oral Digestion in Predatory Arthropods. Annual Review of Entomology. 40. 85-103. 1995.PDF
  1. Cohen, A.C. 1995. Plant feeding by predatory Hemiptera: Evolutionary and adaptational aspects of trophic switching. in Biological Control by Predatory Hemiptera. R. Wiedenmann, O. Alomar and D. Livingstone, eds.
  2. Natwick, E.T., C.C. Chu, H.H. Perkins, T.J. Henneberry and A.C. Cohen. 1995. Pima and Upland cotton susceptibility to Bemisia argentifolii under desert conditions. Southwest. Entomol. 20: 429-439.
  3. Chu, T.J. Henneberry, and A.C. Cohen. 1995. Silverleaf whitefly: host and feeding site preference. California-Arizona Cotton. November/December,  pp. 12-18.
  4. Cohen, A.C., D. Brummett and R.T. Staten. 1995. Profitability of whiteflies as prey: One predator’s meal is another’s junk food. 1995 Beltwide Cotton Conferences.
  1. Cohen, A.C., T.J. Henneberry and C.C. Chu. 1995. The feeding biology of whiteflies: mechanical, behavioral and biochemical factors. 1995 Beltwide Cotton Conferences.
  2. Chu, C.C., T.J. Henneberry, and A.C. Cohen. 1995. Silverleaf whitefly: host and feeding site preference. California-Arizona Cotton. November/December. 12- 18. 1995.
  3. Chu, C.C., T.J. Henneberry and A.C. Cohen. 1995. Host preference of silverleaf whitefly and factors associated with feeding site preference. In J. Silvertooth (ed.) p. 280-286, Cotton – A College of Agriculture Report, Series P-99, 1995, Coop. Ext., Agric. Exp. Sta., Univ. Arizona, Tucson and USDA.
  1. Houck, M.A. and A.C. Cohen. 1995. The potential role of phoresy in the Evolution of parasitism: radiolabel ling (tritium) evidence from an astigmatid mite. Experimental and Applied Acarol. 19: 677-694.
  1. Cohen, A.C., T.J. Henneberry and C.C. Chu. 1996. Whitefly feeding biology: applications of basic research. California-Arizona Cotton. April. 1996. pp. 16-19.
  1. Cohen, A.C., C.C. Chu, T.J. Henneberry, T. Freeman, J. Buckner and D. Nelson. 1996. Cotton leaf surface features serve as behavioral cues to the silverleaf whitefly. Cotton Insect Research and Control Conference. 1996 Beltwide Cotton Conferences. pp. 1017-1020.
  1. Cohen, T.J. Henneberry, T. Freeman, D. Margosan, P. Vail and C.C. Chu. Microstructure of feeding in nymphal Bemisia argentifolii in cotton and cantaloupe. Cotton Insect Research and Control Conference. 1996. Beltwide Cotton Conferences. pp. 740-743.
  1. Benedict, M.Q. A.C. Cohen, A.J. Cornel and D.L. Brummett.1996. Uric acid in Anopheles mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae): effects of Collarless, Stripe and White Mutations. Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 89: 261-265.
  1. Cohen, A.C., C.C. Chu. T.J. Henneberry, T. Freeman, J. Buckner and D. Nelson. 1996. Cotton leaf surface features serve as behavioral cues to silverleaf whiteflies. Southwest. Entomol. 21: 377-385.PDF
  1. Cohen, A.C., T.J. Henneberry and C.C. Chu. 1996. Geometric Relationships Between Whitefly Feeding Behavior and Vascular Bundle Arrangements. Entomologia Exp. et Applic. 78: 135-142.PDF
  1. Cohen, A.C. and T.J. Henneberry. 1996. Biocontrol of Cotton Insects. California-Arizona Cotton. February. pp. 10-13.
  1. Chu, C.C., T.J. Henneberry and A.C. Cohen. 1996. Development and evaluation of a trap for monitoring Bemisia argentifolii for survey and monitoring population density. In D.J. Herber and J. Armour (eds.), p. 1029-1031, Proc. Belt. Cotton Conf., Nashville, TN, Jan. 8-12.
  1. Cohen, A.C. and R. Tang. 1997. Relative prey weight influences handling time and extracted biomass in predatory hemipterans. Environ. Entomol. 26: 559-565. PDF
  1. Erickson, E., A.C. Cohen, D.L. Brummett and J. Lusby. 1997. Tyrosine nodules in honeybees parasitized by varroa mites. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology. 70: 27-32. PDF
  1. Atmowidjojo, A.H., D.E. Wheeler, E.H. Erickson and A.C. Cohen. 1997. Temperature tolerance and water balance in feral and domestic honey bees. Comp. Biochem. & Physiol. 118A:1399-1403.PDF
  1. Cohen, A. C. and D. L. Brummett. 1997. The non-abundant nutrient (NAN) concept as a determinant of predator-prey fitness. Entomophaga. 42:85-91.
  1. Henneberry, T. and A. C. Cohen. 1997. Mass-reared insects get fast food. Agricultural Research. June, 1997. pp. 3-8.PDF patent predator diet developed
  1. Cohen, A.C. 1998. Biochemical and morphological dynamics and predatory feeding habits in terrestrial Heteroptera. Pp. 21-32. Predaceous Heteroptera: Implications for Biological Control. J.R. Ruberson and M. Coll., eds. ThomasSay Publications in Entomology. Entomological Society of America, Lanham, MD.PDF
  1. Cohen, A.C. and A.G. Wheeler. 1998. Role of saliva in the highly destructive four-lined plant bug (Hemiptera: Miridae). Annals Ent. Soc. Amer. 91:94-100.
  1. Nordlund, D. A., Z. X. Wu, A. C. Cohen, and S. M. Greenberg. 1998. Recent advances in the in vitro rearing of Trichogramma spp. In: Hassan, S. A. (ed) Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium “Trichogramma and Other Egg Parasitoids”.
  1. Cohen, A. C., C. C. Chu, T. J. Henneberry, T. Freeman, D. Nelson, J. Buckner,  Margosan, P. Vail, and L. H. Aung. 1998. Feeding biology of the silverleaf whitefly (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae). Chinese Journal of Entomology. 18: 65-82.PDF
  1. Chu, C. C., E. T. Natwick, H. H. Perkins, D. E. Brushwood, T. J. Henneberry,
  2. J. Castle, A. C. Cohen, and M. A. Boykin. 1998. Upland cotton susceptibility to Bemisia argentifolii (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae) infestations. Journal of Cotton Science 2:1-9.
  1. Atmowidjojo, A. H., D. E. Wheeler, E. H. Erickson and A. C. Cohen. 1999. Regulation of hemolymph osmolality in feral and domestic honey bees, Apis mellifera L. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 122A: 227-233.
  1. Chu, C. C., E. T. Natwick, T. J. Henneberry, A. C. Cohen, and S. J. Castle.  Silverleaf whitefly cotton cultivar preference. 1998 University of Arizona Cotton Report. 5 pp.
  1. Chu, C. C., E. T. Natwick, A. C. Cohen, G. S. Simmons, D. E. Brushwood, and J. Henneberry. 1998. Bemisia argentifolii colonization, vascular bundle depth relationships, lint yield, and nymphal parasitism in selected Deltapine cotton cultivars. Southwest. Entomol. 23:293-299.
  1. Cohen, A. C. 1998. Solid-to-liquid feeding: the inside(s) story on extra-oral digestion in predaceous Arthropoda. American Entomologist. 44:103-116.PDF
  1. Cohen, A. C. and L. Smith. 1998. A novel concept in artificial diets for Chrysoperla rufilabris: the efficacy of solid diet. Biological Control. 13:49-54. PDF
  1. Cohen, A. C. 1998. Future diets for entomophages. Bio-Control Matters (ANBP Newsletter). pp. 9-11. (Non-refereed).
  1. Cohen, A. C. 1998. Biochemical basis of quality assessment. Bio-Control Matters. (ANBP Newsletter). pp. 11-12. (Non-refereed).
  1. Cohen, A. C. 1998. Artificial media for rearing entomophages comprising cooked, whole egg. US Patent # 5,834,177. November 10, 1998.
  1. Chu, C. C., A. C. Cohen, E. T. Natwick, G. S. Simmons, and T. J. Henneberry. Bemisia tabaci (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) biotype B colonisation and leaf morphology relationships in upland cotton cultivars. Australian J. Entomol. 38: 127-131.
  1. Cohen, A. C. Robert Frost’s arthropods. Amer. Entomol. 45: 70-72. 1999.PDF
  2. Cohen, A. C. 1999. Artificial media for rearing entomophages comprising sticky, cooked whole egg. US Patent 5,945,271 issued August 31, 1999.
  1. Cohen, A. C., D. A. Nordlund, and Rebecca A. Smith. 1999. Mass rearing of entomophagous insects and predaceous mites: are the bottlenecks biological, engineering, economic, or cultural? Biocontrol News and Information. 20: 85N-90N.
  1. Agusti, N. and A. C. Cohen. 2000. Lygus hesperus and L. lineolaris (Hemiptera: Miridae), phytophages, zoophages, or omnivores: evidence of feeding adaptations suggested by the salivary and midgut digestive enzymes. Entomol. Sci. 35: 176-186.PDF
  2. Zeng, F. and A. C. Cohen. 2000. Comparison of alpha-amylase and protease activities of a zoophytophagous and two phytozoophagous Heteroptera. Comp. Biochem. and Physiol. 126: 101-106.PDF
  1. Zeng, F. and A. C. Cohen. 2000. Partial characterization of alpha-amylase in the salivary glands of Lygus hesperus and L. lineolaris. Comp. Biochem. and Physiol. 126: 9-16.
  1. Zeng, F. and A. C. Cohen. 2000. Demonstration of amylase from the zoophytophagous anthocorid Orius insidiosus. Archives of Insect Biochem. and Physiol. 44: 136-139.
  1. Wu, Z. X., A. C. Cohen, and D. A. Nordlund. 2000. The feeding behavior of Trichogramma brassicae: new evidence for selective ingestion of solid food. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata. 96: 1-8.PDF
  1. Cohen, A. C. 2000. Feeding fitness and quality of domesticated and feral predators: effects of long-term rearing on artificial diet. Biological Control. 17: 50-54. PDF
  1. Cohen, A. C. 2000. How carnivorous bugs feed. In: Heteroptera of Economic Importance. C. W. Schaefer and A. R. Panizzi, Eds. CRC Press. Boca Raton. pp. 563-570.PDF
  1. Cohen, A. C. 2000. New oligidic production diet for Lygus hesperus Knight and L. lineolaris (Palisot de Beauvois). J. Entomol. Sci. 35: 301-310.
  1. Cohen, A. C. 2000. A review of feeding studies of Lygus species with emphasis on artificial diets. Southwestern Entomologist. Suppl. 23. pp. 111-119.PDF
  1. Cohen, A. C. 2001. Artificial diets for arthropods. Patent Application Docket No. 0121.99,  U.S. Patent 6,235,528.  Allowed May 22, 2001.PDF
  1. Nordlund, D. A. A. C. Cohen, R. A. Smith. 2001. Mass-rearing, release techniques, and augmentation. In: Lacewings in Biological Control. P. K. McEwen, Ed. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK. Pp. 303-319.
  1. Cohen, A. C. 2001. Formalizing insect rearing and artificial diet technology. American Entomologist. 47: 198-206.PDF
  1. Coudron, T., A. C. Cohen. T. Adams. High Performance Insect Diets. Agricultural Research. 49: 16-17.PDF
  1. Gilliam, M., E. H. Erickson, Jr., A. C. Cohen, and A. M. Lawrence. 2002. A scientific note on the composition and formation of nodules in European honey bees, Apis mellifera, infested with Varroa jacobsoni. In: Proceeding of the Second International Conference on Africanized Honey Bees and Bee Mites. (E. Erickson & R. Page, Eds.) John Wiley and Sons. Pp. 366-370.
  1. Cohen, A. C. 2002. Connecting science and literature in the classroom. Mississippi Reading Journal. 2: 13-17.
  1. Alverson, J. and A. C. Cohen. 2002. Effect of antifungal agents on biological fitness of Lygus hesperus (Heteroptera: Miridae). 2002. J. Econ. Entomol. 95: 256-260.PDF
  1. Boyd, D. W., Jr., A. C. Cohen, and D. R. Alverson. 2002. Digestive enzymes and stylet morphology of Deraeocoris nebulosus (Hemiptera: Miridae), a predaceous plant bug. Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 95: 395-401.
  1. Cohen, A. C. 2002. A man, a woman, and the insect that consummated their love: passion and metaphysical conceit in John Donne’s “The Flea.” 2002. American Entomologist. 48: 70-71.
  1. Pechan, T., A. C. Cohen, W. P. Williams, and D. S. Luthe. 2002. Insect feeding mobilizes a unique plant defense protease that disrupts the peritrophic matrix of caterpillars. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 99: 13313- 13323.PDF
  1. Zeng, F., Y. C. Zhu, A. C. Cohen. 2002. Molecular cloning and partial characterization of a trypsin-like protein in salivary glands of Lygus hesperus (Hemiptera: Miridae). Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. 32: 455-464.PDF
  1. Zeng, F., Y. C. Zhu, and A. C. Cohen. 2002. Partial characterization of trypsin-like protease and molecular cloning of a trypsin-like precursor cDNA in salivary glands Lygus lineolaris. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part B. 131: 453-463.
  1. Hoffman, G. D., Cohen, A. C., and Wardell, G. 2003. New liquid diet for bees. Agricultural Research. March, 2003.
  1. Cohen, A. C. 2003. Artificial diet for arthropods (continuation in part). U.S. Patent 6,506,597. January 14, 2003.
  1. Cohen, A. C., R. Smith, and D. Harsh. 2003. Arthropod diet delivery system. U.S. Patent 6,555,655. April 22, 2003.
  1. Cohen, A. C. 2003. Insect Diets: Science and Technology. CRC Press. Boca Raton, FL. 429 pp.
  1. Woolfolk, S. W., A. C. Cohen, and G. D. Inglis. 2004. Morphology of the alimentary canal of Chrysoperla rufilabris (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae) adults in relation to microbial symbionts. Ann. Entomol. Soc. Amer. (Accepted, January, 2004). PDF
  1. Inglis, G. D. and A. C. Cohen. 2004. Influence of antimicrobial agents on the spoilage of a meat-based entomophage diet. J. Econ. Entomol. 97: 235-250.PDF
  1. Cohen, A. C. and P. Crittenden. 2004. Deliberately Added and “Cryptic” Antioxidants in Three Artificial Diets for Insects. J. Econ. Entomol. 97:265-272. PDF
  2. Cohen, A. C. 2004. Production of artificial diets for commercial use. California Conference on Biological Control. Mark Hoddle, ed. CCBC IV: 76-82.
  1. Cohen, A. C., F. Zeng, and P. Crittenden. 2005. Adverse Effects of Raw Soybean Extract on Survival and Growth of Lygus hesperus. J. Entomol. Sci. 40: 390-400.
  1. Cohen, A. C., C. A. S.-J. Cheah, J. Strider, and F. Hain. 2008. Diet development for hemlock woolly adelgids and their predators. Fourth Symposium on Hemlock Woolly Adelgid in the Eastern United States. Forest Health Technology Enterprise Team—Morgantown, WV. 150-156.
  1. Cohen, A. C. G. Wardell, and F. Ahumada-Segura. 2011. Artificial Diets for honey Bees. U.S. Patent 8,025, 552 B5.PDF
  1. Cohen, A. C. C. Cheah, K. Kidd, and T. Hodgson.  2011. Defining PC/QC standards for mass-rearing HWA predators.  In Implementation and Status of Biological Control of the Hemlock   Woolly Adelgid.  Brad Onken and Richard Reardon, Eds.  U.S. Forest Service Publication. FHTET-2011-0.   Pp. 139-147.
  2. Cohen, A. C. and Cheah, C.  2011. Development of artificial diets for predators of hemlock woolly adelgids.  In Implementation and Status of Biological Control of the Hemlock Woolly Adelgid.  Brad Onken and Richard Reardon, Eds.  U.S. Forest Service Publication     FHTET-2011-0.  Pp. 148-160.
  3. Zha, Chen and A. C. Cohen. 2013.  Effects of anti-fungal compounds on feeding behavior and nutritional ecology of tobacco budworms and painted lady butterflies.  Entomology, Ornithology, and Herpetology.  Submitted.
  4. Cohen, A. C. 2000. Deadly diet for bad bugs.  Cotton Grower Plus.  May-June 2000.  P 18.PDF
  5. Cohen CA, Cheah CASJ (2015) Interim Diets for Specialist Predators of Hemlock Woolly Adelgids. Entomol Ornithol Herpetol 4: 153. doi:10.4172/2161-0983.1000153.
  6. J.A. Cammack, A.C. Cohen, K.L. Kreitlow, R.M. Roe, and D.W. Watson. 2015. Decomposition of concealed and exposed porcine remains in the North Carolina Piedmont. J. Med. Entomol.: Submitted: April, 2015.
  7. Zeng, F. A. C. Cohen. 2001.Induction of elastase in a zoophytophagous heteropteran, Lygus hesperus (Hemiptera: Miridae). Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am.  94: 146-151.
  8. Oten, K. L. F., A. C. Cohen, and F. P. Hain. 2014. Stylet bundle morphology and trophically related enzymes of the hemlock woolly adelgid (Hemiptera: Adelgidae).  Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 107: 680-690.
  9. Cohen, A. C. 2015. Insect Diets: Science and Technology.  2nd Edition.  CRC Press.  Boca Raton, FL.