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Steinhaus, E. A.  1946.  Insect Microbiology.  Comstock Publ. Co., Inc., New York.


Steinhaus, E. A.  1948.  Polyhedrosis ("wild disease") of the alfalfa caterpillar.  J. Econ. Ent. 41:  859-65.


Steinhaus, E. A. (ed.).  1949a.  Principles of Insect Pathology.  McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York.  757 p.


Steinhaus, E. A.  1949b.  Polyhedrosis ('wilt disease') of the alfalfa caterpillar.  J. Econ. Ent. 41:  859-65.


Steinhaus, E. A.  1949c.  Nomenclature and classification of insect viruses.  Bact. Rev. 13:  203-23.


Steinhaus, E. A.  1951a.  Report on diagnoses of diseased insects, 1944-50.  Hilgardia 20:  629-678.


Steinhaus, E. A.  1951b.  Possible use of Bacillus thuringiensis Berliner as an aid in the biological control of the alfalfa caterpillar.  Hilgardia 20:  359-81.


Steinhaus, E. A.  1953a.  Taxonomy of insect viruses.  Ann. New York Acad. Sci. 56:  517-37.


Steinhaus, E. A.  1953b.  Diseases of insects reared in the laboratory or insectary.  Univ. Calif., Div. Agr. Sci. Leaflet 9.  26 p.


Steinhaus, E. A.  1954.  The effects of disease on insect populations.  Hilgardia 23:  197-61.


Steinhaus, E. A.  1956a.  Microbial control-- the emergence of an idea.  Hilgardia 26:  107-60.


Steinhaus, E. A.  1956b.  Living insecticides.  Sci. Amer. 195:  96-100, 102, 104.


Steinhaus, E. A.  1956c.  Potentialities for microbial control of insects.  Agr. & Food Chem. 4:  676-80.


Steinhaus, E. A.  1957a.  New records of insect-virus diseases.  Hilgardia 26:  417-30.


Steinhaus, E. A.  1957b.  List of insects and their susceptibility to Bacillus thuringiensis and closely related bacteria.  Mimeo. Ser 4, Lab. Insect Path., Dept. Biol. Control., Univ. of California.


Steinhaus, E. A.  1957c.  New horizons in insect pathology.  J. New York Ent. Soc. 65:  113-21.


Steinhaus, E. A.  1957d.  Concerning the harmlessness of insect pathogens and the standardization of microbial control products.  J. Econ. Ent. 50:  715-20.


Steinhaus, E. A.  1958a.  The diagnosis of insect diseases. No. 2, Mimeo. Series, Lab. Insect Pathol., University of California.  4 p.


Steinhaus, E. A.  1958b.  Stress as a factor in insect disease.  Proc. 10th Internatl. Congr. Ent. (1956) 4:  725-30.


Steinhaus, E. A.  1958c.  Crowding as a possible stress factor in insect disease.  Ecology 39:  503-14.


Steinhaus, E. A.  1958d.  Bacteria as microbial control agents.  Trans. 1st Internatl. Conf. Insect Pathol. & Biol. Control, Praha, 1958. p. 37-50.


Steinhaus, E. A.  1959a.  On the improbability of Bacillus thuringiensis Berliner mutating to forms pathogenic for vertebrates.  J. Econ. Ent. 52:  506-8.


Steinhaus, E. A.  1959b.  Serratia marcescens Bizio as an insect pathogen.  Hilgardia 28:  351-80.


Steinhaus, E. A.  1960a.  Insect pathology:  challenge, achievement, and promise.  Bull. Ent. Soc. Amer. 6:  9-16.


Steinhaus, E. A.  1960b.  Symposium:  Selected topics in microbial ecology. II.  The importance of environmental factors in the insect-microbe ecosystem.  Bacteriol. Rev. 24:  365-73.


Steinhaus, E. A. (ed.).  1963a.  Insect Pathology, An Advanced Treatise, Vol. I.  Academic Press, New York & London.


Steinhaus, E. A. (ed.).  1963b.  Insect Pathology, An Advanced Treatise, Vol. II.  Academic Press, New York & London.  689 p.


Steinhaus, E. A.  1964a.  Microbial diseases of insects, p. 515-47.  In:  P. DeBach (ed.), Biological Control of Insect Pests and Weeds.  Reinhold, New York.


Steinhaus, E. A.  1964b.  Pathology, a biological science.  J. Insect Path. 6:  1-5.


Steinhaus, E. A.  1967a.  Microbial control is not all, p, 58.  Abstr. Pap. U.S-Japan Seminar, "Microbial Control of Insect Pests," Fukuoka, 1967.  U.S.-Japan Commit. Sci. Coop. Panel 8, Res. Pesticides.


Steinhaus, E. A.  1967b.  On the importance of invertebrate pathology in comparative pathology.  J. Invertebr. Path. 9:  1-5.

Steinhaus, E. A.  1975.  Disease in a Minor Chord.  Ohio St. Univ. Press, Columbus.  488 p.


Steinhaus, E. A. & J. M. Birkeland.  1939.  Studies on the life and death of bacteria.  I.  The senescent phase in aging cultures and the probable mechanisms involved.  J. Bact. 38:  249-61.


Steinhaus, E. A. & E. A. Jerrel.  1954.  Further observations on Bacillus thuringiensis Berliner and other sporeforming bacteria.  Hilgardia 23:  1-23.


Steinhaus, E. A. & M. E. Martignoni.  1967.  An Abridged Glossary of Terms Used in Invertebrate Pathology.  U. S. Dept. Agr. Forest Serv., PNW Forest Range Exp. Sta., Corvallis, Oregon.


Steinhaus, E. A. & C. G. Thompson.  1949.  Preliminary field tests using a polyhedrosis virus to control the alfalfa caterpillar.  J. Econ. Ent. 42:  301-05.