Here are most of Dohanian's published papers. In his resume, he claimed to have written 19 papers. Only the following could be located, but their importance is significant. They have been cited by scientists from all over the world from the time they were written to the present. To download a paper, click the title.
Dohanian, Senekerim. "Notes on the External Anatomy Boreus Brumalis Fitch." Psyche: A Journal of Entomology (1915). Dohanian's first published paper.
1927Dohanian, Senekerim M., and C. F. Muesebeck. "A Study in Hyperparasitism, with Particular Reference to the Parasites of Apanteles Melanoscelus." US Dept. of Agriculture Technical Bulletin (1927). This paper explained how hyperparasites work and the major hyperparasites of the A. melanoscelus. It also had two images that I used.
1934Dohanian, Senekerim M. "The European Corn Borer on Long Island." Psyche: A Journal of Entomology (1934). This paper described the problem of the European corn borer on Long Island and discussed the parasites used to combat it, including the fly, Lydella stabulans. It also had a map of Long Island that showed the population density of corn borers on the island.
1937Dohanian, Senekerim. "The Importation of Coccinellid Enemies of Diaspine Scales into Puerto Rico." The Journal of Agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico 21.2 (1937): 243-47. This article described part of what Dohanian did in Puerto Rico. Coccinellids (lady beetles) were parasites of Diaspine scales, which affected coconut, palm, and banana trees.
Dohanian, Senekerim. "The Introduction of Parasites of the Sugarcane Borer into Puerto Rico." The Journal of Agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico 21.2 (1937): 237-41. This article described a portion of Dohanian's work in Puerto Rico, mainly what and where he gathered insects and what they were.
Dohanian, Senekerim. "The Life History of the Thrips Parasite, Dascyscapus Parvipennis Gahan, and the Technique for Breeding It." Journal of Economic Entomology 30.1 (1937): 78-80. This article pinpointed Dohanian's work on a parasite that is currently one of the most effective of its kind in Puerto Rico.
Dohanian, Senekerim. "The Search in the American Tropics for Beneficial Insects for Introduction into Puerto Rico." Agricultural Notes: Puerto Rico Experiment Station of the USDA 76.6 (1937): 1-7. This article described a portion of Dohanian's work in Puerto Rico, mainly what and where he gathered insects and what they were. It also provided a chart of the 21,000 insects he imported.
Dohanian, Senekerim M. Parasites of the filbert worm. J. Econ. Entomol. 35: 836-841.
Dohanian, Senekerim M. "Control of the Filbert Worm and Filbert Weevil by Orchard Sanitation." Journal of Economic Entomology (1944). This article provided information on Dohanian's work on filbert worms and demonstrated the importance of cleaning the orchard floor.