Oral Presentations of the Department of Entomology

2014
1Pauchet Y. Evolutionary history of plant cell wall degrading enzymes in phytophagous beetles. Habilitation Comity, Institut Sophia Agrobiotech, Sophia Antipolis, FR, Oct 2014 (invited)
2Groot A.T. Genetic bases of intraspecific variation in moth prezygotic isolation. 9th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of the Lepidoptera, Kolympari, Crete, GR, Aug 2014
3Heckel D.G. Learning the ABCs of Bt. 9th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of the Lepidoptera, Kolympari, Crete, GR, Aug 2014
4Heckel D.G. Transcriptional response of Helicoverpa armigera towards phytohormones and plant defenses: specific detoxification or general stress induction? 9th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of the Lepidoptera, Kolympari, Crete, GR, Aug 2014
5Karpinski A. How to cope with your environment - The role of ABC transporters in detoxification processes. 9th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of the Lepidoptera, Kolympari, Crete, GR, Aug 2014
6Kuwar S. Molecular evolution of the serine protease superfamily and adaptive response to a plant protease inhibitor in Helicoverpa armigera. 9th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of the Lepidoptera, Kolympari, Crete, GR, Aug 2014
7Neunemann D. RNA interference and virus-insect interactions. 9th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of the Lepidoptera, Kolympari, Crete, GR, Aug 2014
8Krempl C. Adaptation of generalist herbivores to Gossypol, a toxic cotton secondary metabolite. SIP 15 - Symposium on Insect-Plant Interactions, University Neuchatel, Neuchatel, CH, Aug 2014
9Joußen N. A worldwide resistance mechanism of the insect pest Helicoverpa armigera (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae): the chimeric P450 enzyme CYP337B3. Xth European Congress of Entomology (ECE), Royal Entomological Society, University of York, York, GB, Aug 2014
10Pauchet Y. Evolutionary history of plant cell wall degrading enzymes in phytophagous beetles. Xth European Congress of Entomology (ECE), Royal Entomological Society, University of York, York, GB, Aug 2014
11Vilcinskas A., Vogel H. Microsporidia as bioweapons of the invasive ladybird Harmonia axyridis. Xth European Congress of Entomology (ECE), Royal Entomological Society, University of York, York, GB, Aug 2014
12Groot A.T. Evolution of sexual attraction in moths. Seventh International Symposium on Molecular Insect Science, Amsterdam, NL, Jul 2014
13Heckel D.G. Genomic insights into herbivore strategies for dealing with secondary plant compounds and chemical and biological insectides. 30th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL, US, Jul 2014 (invited)
2013
1Heckel D.G. QTL mapping in Lepidoptera: The search for genes for resistance to Bt toxin and for male response to sex pheromones. Seminar, North Carolina State University, Department of Applied Ecology, Raleigh, NC, US, Nov 2013 (invited)
2Heckel D.G. QTL mapping in Lepidoptera: The search for genes conferring resistance to Bt toxins and for determining male response to sex pheromones. Special Biology Seminar, The Pennsylvania State University, The Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences, University Park, PA, US, Nov 2013 (invited)
3Heckel D.G. Applications of new insights on Bacillus thuringiensis toxin mode of action to resistance management. Entomology 2013 - ESA 61st Annual Meeting, Entomological Society of America, Austin, TX, US, Nov 2013 (invited)
4Heckel D.G. Learning the ABCs of Bt: An unexpected role of ABC transporters in the mode of action of Bacillus thuringiensis toxins. Entomology 2013 - ESA 61st Annual Meeting, Entomological Society of America, Austin, TX, US, Nov 2013 (invited)
5Heckel D.G. Genomic approaches to understanding resistance. Seminar, Monsanto Company, St. Louis, Missouri, US, Nov 2013 (invited)
6Pauchet Y. Molecular dissection of nuptial food gifts in a cricket. 7th Central and Eastern European Proteomics Conference (CEEPC), Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Oct 2013
7Heckel D.G. Genetics of the male behavioral response to the female sex pheromone in Ostrinia nubilalis. IBED minisymposium on Sexual Selection and Speciation, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, NL, Oct 2013 (invited)
8Heckel D.G. Insect-bacterial coevolutionary interactions on two time scales: the case of Bacillus thuringiensis. Seminar, Julius-Kühn-Institut, Darmstadt, DE, Oct 2013 (invited)
9Barthel A. Generalist vs specialist: consequence of a specialized lifestyle. ESF-EMBO Symposium Integrated Insect Immunology: From Basic Biology To Environmental Applications, European Science Foundation, Pultusk, PL, Sep 2013
10Beran F. Phyllotreta striolata Flea Beetles Selectively Sequester and Hydrolyze Glucosinolates from Their Host Plants. International Chemical Ecology Conference 2013, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Asia-Pacific Association of Chemical Ecologists, Melbourne, AU, Aug 2013
11Groot A.T. Patterns Emerging in the Genetic Basis of Moth Sexual Communication. International Chemical Ecology Conference 2013, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Asia-Pacific Association of Chemical Ecologists, Melbourne, AU, Aug 2013 (invited)
12Koutroumpa F. Genetic Analysis of Male Preference for Female Sex Pheromones in Ostrinia nubilalis. International Chemical Ecology Conference 2013, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Asia-Pacific Association of Chemical Ecologists, Melbourne, AU, Aug 2013
13Unbehend M. Secrets in the Dark: Sexual Communication Variation in the Two Spodoptera frugiperda Strains. International Chemical Ecology Conference 2013, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Asia-Pacific Association of Chemical Ecologists, Melbourne, AU, Aug 2013
14Heckel D.G. Learning the ABCs of Bt: An unexpected role of ABC transporters in the mode of action of Bacillus thuringiensis toxins. 46th Annual Meeting of the Society for Invertebrate Pathology - Conference on Invertebrate Pathology and Microbial Control, Pittsburgh, PA, US, Aug 2013 (invited)
15Heckel D.G. Insect-bacterial Coevolutionary interactions on two time scales: The case of Bacillus thuringiensis. Fakultätskolloquium, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Biologisch-Pharmazeutische Fakultät, Jena, DE, Aug 2013 (invited)
16Hänniger S. Allochronic differentiation on a moth. XIII. EBRS Congress, Munich, DE, Aug 2013
17Unbehend M. Secrets in the Dark: Sexual Communication Variation in the Two Spodoptera frugiperda Strains. The Bayliss Seminar Series, University of Western Australia, Perth, AU, Aug 2013
18Barthel A. Hemocyte-mediated immune response: Consequences of a specialized lifestyle. IMPRS Evaluation Symposium 2013, MPI for Chemical Ecology, IMPRS, Jena, DE, Apr 2013
19Heckel D.G. Host-strain differentiation in Spodoptera frugiperda. Quatrième séminaire du Réseau d'Etudes Fonctionnelles chez les Organismes modèles. Lepidopteran Workshop, Paris, FR, Feb 2013 (invited)
2012
1Heckel D.G. Genetics of sex pheromone systems in Lepidoptera. Frontiers of Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Dec 2012
2Heckel D.G. Insect-bacterial coevolutionary interactions on two time scales: the case of Bacillus thuringiensis. SEPEEG 2012, Southeastern Ecological Genetics Group, Clemson University, Clemson, SC, US, Oct 2012 (invited)
3Beran F. Small insects, big choices: Crucifer-feeding flea beetles choose their host plants based on their chemical potential for self-defense and aggregation. International Symposium "Ethomics: Asking the Organism in the Genomics Era", Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Oct 2012
4Groot A.T. Evolutionary forces shaping sexual attraction in Lepidoptera. International Symposium "Ethomics: Asking the Organism in the Genomics Era", Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Oct 2012
5Kirsch R. Deconstruction of the plant primary cell wall: an insect perspective. International Symposium "Ethomics: Asking the Organism in the Genomics Era", Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Oct 2012
6Kuwar S. Transcriptional and translational response to a plant protease inhibitor and Annotation of serine protease superfamily in Helicoverpa armigera. 2nd International Symposium on Insect Midgut Biology 2012, Guangzhou, CN, Sep 2012
7Kirsch R. Polygalacturonase activity in phytophagous beetles: one way to utilize plant cell wall polysaccharides. XXIV. International Congress of Entomology - "New Era in Entomology", The Entomological Society of South Korea, Daegu, KR, Aug 2012
8Pauchet Y. Deconstruction of the plant primary cell wall: an insect perspective. XXIV. International Congress of Entomology - "New Era in Entomology", The Entomological Society of South Korea, Daegu, KR, Aug 2012
9Vogel H. Variety is the spice of life: a 21st century reappraisal of dietary mixing in a generalist insect herbivore. XXIV. International Congress of Entomology - "New Era in Entomology", The Entomological Society of South Korea, Daegu, KR, Aug 2012
10Unbehend M. Speciation in progress: pheromonal divergence between the two strains of Spodopterda frugiperda (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). 28th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Vilnius, LT, Jul 2012
11Hänniger S. The moths watch - Observing timing differences in Spodoptera frugiperda strains on a molecular level. 1st Joint Congress on Evolutionary Biology, American Society of Naturalists (ASN), Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution (CSEE), European Society for Evolutionary Biology (ESEB), Society for the Study of Evolution (SSE), Society of Systematic Biologists (SSB), Ottawa, CA, Jul 2012
12Pauchet Y. Evolution of genes encoding plant cell wall degrading enzymes in phytophagous beetles. Dresdnder Zoologische Kolloquien, Museum für Tierkunde, Senckenberg Naturhistorische Sammlungen Dresden, Dresden, DE, Jun 2012 (invited)
13Joußen N. The chimeric P450 enzyme CYP337B3 is responsible for fenvalerate resistance of Australian Helicoverpa armigera. 11th International Symposium on Cytochrome P450 Biodiversity & Biotechnology, Torino, IT, Jun 2012
2011
1Vogel H. Insect herbivore detoxification enzymes - Evolution, Function & Specificity. The Future of Chemistry in Chemical Ecology, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Schloss Ringberg, Kreuth, DE, Nov 2011
2Knolhoff L. Behavioral and genetic mechanisms of adaptation to pea in the diamondback moth (Plutella xylostella). Entomology 2011 - ESA 59th Annual Meeting, Entomological Society of America, Reno, NV, US, Nov 2011
3Vogel H. Herbivorous insect manipulation of plant defenses. Universität Hamburg, Hamburg, DE, Nov 2011 (invited)
4Groot A.T. Disentangling the evolution of sexual attraction in moths. Sixth International Symposium on Molecular Insect Science, Amsterdam, NL, Oct 2011
5Hänniger S. A genomic approach to isolation barriers in Spodoptera frugiperda. Sixth International Symposium on Molecular Insect Science, Amsterdam, NL, Oct 2011
6Heckel D.G. Role of ABC proteins in mode of action of Bt toxins. Sixth International Symposium on Molecular Insect Science, Amsterdam, NL, Oct 2011
7Heckel D.G. Insect resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis toxins: from genetics to resistance management. Resistance 2011, Rothamsted Research, Harpenden, GB, Sep 2011 (invited)
8Groot A.T. Natural versus sexual selection in moth sexual attraction. 13th Congress of the European Society for Evolutionary Biology (ESEB 2011), European Society for Evolutionary Biology, Tübingen, DE, Aug 2011
9Vogel H. Coping with your food source defense arsenal: Selected challenges & solutions for Specialist and Generalist herbivores. 14th Symposium on Insect-Plant Interactions, Wageningen, NL, Aug 2011 (invited)
10Groot A.T. Evolution of sexual attraction in moths. Ecogenomics Symposium, Uni Amsterdam, Amsterdam, NL, Jun 2011 (invited)
11Groot A.T. (How) is moth sexual attraction involved in speciation. YELREM day, Uni Wageningen, Wageningen, NL, Jun 2011 (invited)
12Groot A.T. (How) is moth sexual attraction involved in speciation. YELREM day, Uni Wageningen, Wageningen, NL, Jun 2011 (invited)
13Knolhoff L., Heckel D.G. Behavioral and genetic components of a host range expansion in the diamondback moth. Sixth International Workshop on Management of the Diamondback Moth and Other Crucifer Insect Pests, Nakhon Pathom, TH, Mar 2011
14Vogel H. The burying beetle Nicrophorus: Immune effector molecules & enzymes for carcass utilization. Conference of the German Association for General and Applied Entomology (DGaaE), Berlin, DE, Mar 2011
2010
1Heckel D.G. Annotation of Lepidopteran-specific gene families. International Symposium "New Silk Road: Silkworm Genome to Sustainable Agriculture", National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences (NIAS), Tsukuba, JP, Nov 2010 (invited)
2Unbehend M. Sexual communication in Spodoptera frugiperda. Chemical Ecology 2010 Mini-Symposium, Jena, DE, Sep 2010
3Groot A.T. Identifying sources of intraspecific variation in moth sexual communication. 26th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Tours, FR, Aug 2010 (invited)
4Celorio-Mancera M.d.l.P. Transcriptional fingerprinting of hormetic response towards gossypol in the cotton bollworm, Helicoverpa armigera. 4th Annual Arthropod Genomics Symposium, Kansas City, US, Jun 2010
5Groot A.T. Population dynamics of Heliothis virescens and H. subflexa in relation to variation in their sexual communication. 58th Annual Meeting of the Southwestern Branch, Entomological Society of America, Cancun, MX, Apr 2010 (invited)
6Loxdale H. The Truth about Aphids?: Sex, asex, immortality and clonal selection. Seminar, University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Institute of Horticulture, Fruit Growing and Viticulture, Wien, AT, Mar 2010 (invited)
7Loxdale H. On the roads to asexual freedom: aphid clonality, lifecycle variation and rare sex. Seminar, Institut für Limnologie, Mondsee, AT, Feb 2010 (invited)
8Hölscher D. Plant secondary metabolites as a tool to control nemtaodes, insects, fungi and bacteria in banana. Uni Kassel, Department of Agricultural Sciences, Kassel, DE, Jan 2010 (invited)
9Hölscher D. Nematodes, bananas and phenylphenalenones. Department Botany Seminar, LMU München, Biozentrum, München, DE, Jan 2010 (invited)
2009
1Knolhoff L. Host range expansion in Plutella xylostella (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae). Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America, Entomological Society of America, Indianapolis, US, Dec 2009
2Loxdale H. Darwin and Wallace…and things that go bump in the night. Weihnachtssymposium 2009, Uni Jena, Institut für Ökologie, Jena, DE, Dec 2009 (invited)
3Loxdale H. Were Darwin and Wallace right about evolution being a slow process? New insights from genetic studies of insects. Jena Ecology Colloquium, Uni Jena, Institut für Ökologie, Jena, DE, Dec 2009 (invited)
4Hölscher D. Matrix-free UV-laser desorption/ionization (LDI) mass spectrometry imaging at the single cell level: distribution of secondary metabolites of different plant species. Uni Jena, Department of Organic and Polymer Chemistry, Jena, DE, Dec 2009 (invited)
5Evertz K. Analysis of gene expression patterns in Lymantria spp. larvae feeding on different food sources – a cDNA-AFLP approach. Doktorandenkolleg, Forschungsanstalt Geisenheim, Geisenheim, DE, Nov 2009
6Loxdale H. The strange life, times and population genetics of tansy aphids. Seminar, Biology Centre of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Institut of Entomology, Ceske Budejovice, CZ, Nov 2009 (invited)
7Loxdale H. Were Darwin and Wallace right about evolution being a slow process? New insights from genetic studies of insects. Seminar at the Unit of Evolutionary Biology and Zoology, Uni Potsdam, Institut für Biochemie und Biologie, Potsdam, DE, Nov 2009 (invited)
8Badenes-Pérez F.R. Influence of plant glucosinolate content on the host preference of Plutella xylostella L. (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae). VI Congreso Nacional de Entomología Aplicada, Sociedad Española de Entomología Aplicada (SEEA), Palma de Mallorca, ES, Oct 2009 (invited)
9Loxdale H. On the roads to asexual freedom: aphid clonality, lifecycle variation and rare sex. International conference Sex Matters, Uni Lübeck, Lübeck, DE, Oct 2009 (invited)
10Kaiser T. Low tide is high time! Genetic control of circadian and lunar emergence time in the intertidal midge Clunio marinus (Diptera: Chironomidae). Universität Bielefeld, Universität Bielefeld, Bielefeld, DE, Oct 2009 (invited)
11Kaiser T. Local adaptation in circadian and lunar emergence time in the intertidal midge Clunio marinus. Evolution in Metapopulations, CUSO workshop, University of Lausanne, La Fouly, CH, Sep 2009
12Courtiade J. The Caspase gene family. 8th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of Lepidoptera, Orthodox Academy of Crete, Kolympari, Crete, GR, Aug 2009
13Evertz K. Analysis of gene expression patterns in Lymantria spp. larvae feeding on different food sources – a cDNA-AFLP approach. 8th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of Lepidoptera, Orthodox Academy of Crete, Kolympari, Crete, GR, Aug 2009
14Freitak D. Dietary-dependent trans-generational priming of immunity in an insect herbivore, Trichoplusia ni. 8th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of Lepidoptera, Orthodox Academy of Crete, Kolympari, Crete, GR, Aug 2009
15Heckel D.G. Genetic analysis of the sex pheromone communication system in Ostrinia nubilalis. 8th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of Lepidoptera, Orthodox Academy of Crete, Kolympari, Crete, GR, Aug 2009
16Vogel H. A Plant-Insect Coevolutionary Key Innovation. Host plant shifts and birth-death dynamics. 8th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of Lepidoptera, Orthodox Academy of Crete, Kolympari, Crete, GR, Aug 2009
17Kaiser T. Lunar emergence time is locally adapted, heritable and correlated to circadian emergence time in the marine midge Clunio marinus. ESEB 12th congress, European Society for Evolutionary Biology, Torino, IT, Aug 2009
18Heckel D.G. Insect defenses in chemical co-evolution: Transcriptional responses of the generalist herbivore Helicoverpa armigera to plant defense compounds, phytohormones, and insecticides. 3rd Annual Arthropod Genomics Symposium "Frontiers in Arthropod Genomics", Kansas State University, Center for Genomic Studies on Arthropods Affecting Human, Animal and Plant Health, Kansas City, US, Jun 2009 (invited)
19Vogel H. Insect defenses in chemical coevolution-Transcriptional and biochemical responses of the generalist herbivore Helicoverpa armigera to intra-plant signalling and induction of anti-herbivory pathways. 3rd Annual Arthropod Genomics Symposium "Frontiers in Arthropod Genomics", Kansas State University, Center for Genomic Studies on Arthropods Affecting Human, Animal and Plant Health, Kansas City, US, Jun 2009 (invited)
20Loxdale H. Why are there so few aphid clones? 8th International Symposium on Aphids, ISA, Catania, IT, Jun 2009 (invited)
21Hänniger S. Habitat isolation in host-races of Spodoptera frugiperda. ICE 09 PhD Course, SLU Alnarp, Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, Alnarp, SE, Jun 2009
22Wheat C. From genes to metapopulations: Finding the genes that matter in a fragmented and dynamic landscape. Conservation Genetics Conference: Integrating Population Genetics and Conservation Biology, ESF, Trondheim, NO, May 2009 (invited)
23Wheat C. From genes to metapopulations: Finding the genes that matter in a fragmented and dynamic landscape. Frontiers of Quantitative Biology Symposium, Institute of Science and Technology, Vienna, AT, May 2009 (invited)
24Freitak D. How does the Lepidopteran midgut modulate an immune response? Jacques Monod Symposium "Insect Immunity in Action", Aussois, FR, May 2009 (invited)
25Groot A.T. Insect evolution below the species level: ecological specialisation and the origin of species. Darwin-Wallace Celebratory Meeting - "Insect evolution below the species level: ecological specialisation and the origin of species", Royal Entomological Society, Rothamsted Research, Harpenden, Hertfordshire, GB, Apr 2009 (invited)
26Kaiser T., Heckel D.G. Circadian timing of adult eclosion in Clunio marinus: Genetic basis and consequences for population divergence. Darwin-Wallace Celebratory Meeting - "Insect evolution below the species level: ecological specialisation and the origin of species", Royal Entomological Society, Rothamsted Research, Harpenden, Hertfordshire, GB, Apr 2009 (invited)
27Loxdale H. Rapid evolutionary changes in natural insect populations. Darwin-Wallace Celebratory Meeting - "Insect evolution below the species level: ecological specialisation and the origin of species", Royal Entomological Society, Rothamsted Research, Harpenden, Hertfordshire, GB, Apr 2009 (invited)
28Schöfl G., Groot A.T. Finding the genetic basis of allochronic sexual isolation in a moth. Darwin-Wallace Celebratory Meeting - "Insect evolution below the species level: ecological specialisation and the origin of species", Royal Entomological Society, Rothamsted Research, Harpenden, Hertfordshire, GB, Apr 2009 (invited)
29Knolhoff L. Behavioral characterization and differential gene expression of the rotation-resistant phenotype of western corn rootworm. Meeting of the International Working Group of Ostrinia and other Maize Pests, IWGO, , Apr 2009 (invited)
30Wheat C. Goals and challenges of using NGS in model ecological systems. Evolutionary Genetics: the impact of next generation sequencing technologies, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, MPI for Evolutionary Biology, Wittenberg, DE, Apr 2009 (invited)
31Hölscher D. Wege zum Matrix-freien “UV-laser desorption/ionization (LDI) mass spectrometric imaging” auf zellulärem Niveau: Verteilung von pflanzlichen Sekundärmetaboliten bei ausgesuchten Beispielen. Bruker Anwendertreffen, Bad Soden, AT, Apr 2009 (invited)
32Evertz K. Analysis of gene expression patterns in Lymantria spp. larvae feeding on different food sources – a cDNA-AFLP approach. DGaaE-Tagung, Deutsche Gesellschaft für allgemeine und angewandte Entomologie, Göttingen, DE, Mar 2009
33Groot A.T. Possible causes and consequences of intraspecific variation in moth sexual communication. SEE seminar, Uni Amsterdam, Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics, Amsterdam, NL, Mar 2009 (invited)
34Loxdale H. The importance of sexual reproduction for overcoming aphid lineage senescence evolution: the possible role of telomere capping. Uni Lübeck, Insitute for Biology, Centrum for Medical Structure and Cell Biology, Lübeck, DE, Feb 2009 (invited)
35Evertz K. Functional Gene expression in Lymantria dispar and Tortrix viridana feeding on different food sources - cDNA AFLP approach. Evoltree annual meeting, Baden, AT, Feb 2009
2008
1Groot A.T. Insights in moth prezygotic isolation mechanisms and their role in speciation. Uni Bielefeld, Department of Chemical Ecology, Bielefeld, DE, Dec 2008 (invited)
2Loxdale H. Why are there so few aphid clones? Weihnachtssymposium 2008, Institut für Ökologie, Jena, DE, Dec 2008 (invited)
3Groot A.T. Understanding the evolution of premating isolation in moth: how does sexual communication vary within species? Seminar, Universität Ulm, Ulm, DE, Oct 2008 (invited)
4Loxdale H. Tansy aphid population genetics: new insights from microsatellite markers. Royal Entomological Society Special Interest Group Meeting, Scottish Agricultural Science Agency, Edinburgh, GB, Aug 2008 (invited)
5Vogel H. Evolutionary Origins and Genetic Basis of a Plant – Insect Coevolutionary Key Innovation. 24th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, State College, US, Aug 2008 (invited)
6Badenes-Pérez F.R. Diamondback moth choice in glucosinolate-containing plants, hosts and non-hosts. XXIII International Congress of Entomology, Durban, ZA, Jul 2008
7Heidel-Fischer H. Evolutionary origins and local adaptations of a novel host-plant detoxification gene in butterflies. XXIII International Congress of Entomology, Durban, ZA, Jul 2008
8Kaiser T. Low tide is high time! Timing of adult eclosion in Clunio marinus. XXIII International Congress of Entomology, Durban, ZA, Jul 2008
9Vogel H. The genetic basis of a plant-insect coevolutionary key innovation. XXIII International Congress of Entomology, Durban, ZA, Jul 2008 (invited)
10Schöne S.E. Horizontal gene transfer in a parasitic system. 5th International Workshop on Insect Transgenisis and Genomics, UC Riverside Extension, Pacific Grove, CA, US, Jun 2008
11Loxdale H. The 'Cake on the plate' syndrome….and how specialist tansy aphids avoid extinction by hungry predators and parasitoids: insights from the use of polymorphic microsatellite markers. IOBC/WPRS Working Group "Landscape management for functional biodiversity" Meeting, International Organization for Biological and Integrated Control of Noxious Animals and Plants, ENITA de Bordeaux, Bordeaux, FR, May 2008 (invited)
12Heckel D.G. Genetics of complex adaptions in the Lepidoptera. Parismåla meeting, SLU Alnarp, Alnarp, SE, Apr 2008 (invited)
13Vogel H. Large-scale transcriptional responses of insects to plant feeding and plant-derived toxins. International Symposium on Insect Midgut Biology, South China Normal University, Guangzhou, CN, Apr 2008
14Loxdale H. The strange life, times and population genetics of tansy aphids. Biodiversity and Ecological Processes Seminar Series, University of Cardiff, Cardiff, GB, Feb 2008 (invited)
15Evertz K. Transcriptional responses of Lymantria dispar and L. monacha to feeding on different hostplant. Evoltree annual meeting, Mandelieu, FR, Feb 2008
2007
1Loxdale H. The strange life, times and population genetics of specialist cyclical parthenogens (tansy aphids). Genetics Seminar, Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research, Gatersleben, DE, Dec 2007 (invited)
2Hölscher D. Development of strategies and methods to control the impact of one of the manifest pathogens R. similis, C. sordidus and M. fijiensis on one of the most important human food resources - the banana. Uni Kassel, Department of Agricultural Sciences, Kassel, DE, Dec 2007 (invited)
3Heckel D.G. Genetic approaches to studying insect-plant interactions. Symposium of the Biology and Medicine Section in the MPG 2007, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Berlin, DE, Nov 2007 (invited)
4Papanicolaou A. The wide utility of Lepidopteran genomic resources. Seminar, University of California, Department of Genetics, San Diego, Ca, US, Nov 2007 (invited)
5Groot A.T. Evolution of premating signals in moths. Kansas State University, Kansas City, US, Oct 2007 (invited)
6Heckel D.G. Evolution will find a way: Insecticide, bacterial and viral resistance in insects. University of Arizona, Center for Insect Science, Tucson, AZ, US, Oct 2007 (invited)
7Heckel D.G. Insect-plant interactions: Recent insights from chemical ecology. University of Arizona, Center for Insect Science, Tucson, AZ, US, Oct 2007 (invited)
8Heckel D.G. Genetics of insect resistance to bacterial and viral insecticides. University of Arizona, Center for Insect Science, Tucson, AZ, US, Oct 2007 (invited)
9Ahn S.J. More than a spice: The effects of capsaicin from hot pepper on insect development. IMPRS Evaluation Symposium, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Sep 2007
10Loxdale H. Here today, gone tomorrow: the strange life, times and population genetics of specialist tansy aphids. JEN-A-MACE International Workshop, Jena, DE, Sep 2007 (invited)
11Vogel H. Detoxification and secondary metabolite genes in algae and land plants. Same or different? ESTTAL Meeting, Expressed Sequence Tag (EST) Analysis of Toxic Algae, Jena, DE, Sep 2007
12Hölscher D. Fossils, laser microdissection, phenylphenalenones, snails and beetles - a short overview. 4th NMR/MS Meeting, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Eisenach, DE, Sep 2007
13Pauchet Y. Establishment of a proteomic approach to study brush border membrane proteins in Lepidopteran larvae. 40th Annual Meeting of the Society for Invertebrate Pathology, Society for Invertebrate Pathology, Québec City, CA, Aug 2007
14Heidel-Fischer H. Molecular evolution of an ecologically important gene in the butterfly familie Pieridae. 13th International Symposium on Insect-Plant Relationships, Uppsala, SE, Aug 2007
15Vogel H. Large-scale transcriptional responses of insects to plant-derived toxins. 13th International Symposium on Insect-Plant Relationships, Uppsala, SE, Aug 2007
16Groot A.T. Geographic and temporal variation in premating cues of two noctuid moths. 23rd ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Jul 2007
17Vogel H. Transcriptional responses of Helicoverpa armigera, a generalist herbivore, to environmental, chemical and plant-induced stress. 23rd ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Jul 2007 (invited)
18Heckel D.G. Frontiers in the Chemical Ecology of Insect-Plant Interactions. Scientific Meeting of the Heads of Max Planck Partner Groups in India, National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, IN, Jul 2007 (invited)
19Heckel D.G. The Diversity of Bt resistance genes in Lepidoptera. Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth Agricultural University, Rahuri, IN, Jul 2007 (invited)
20Heckel D.G. The Diversity of Bt resistance genes in Lepidoptera. Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Dehli, IN, Jul 2007 (invited)
21Heckel D.G. The Diversity of Bt resistance genes in Lepidoptera. Central Institute for Cotton Research, Nagpur, IN, Jul 2007 (invited)
22Schöne S.E. Horizontal gene transfer in a parasitic system? U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agriculture Research Service, Gainesville, FL, US, May 2007 (invited)
23Freitak D. Immune system responses and fitness costs associated with consumption of bacteria in larvae of Trichoplusia ni. Seminar, Department of Zoology, Stockholm University, Stockholm, SE, May 2007 (invited)
24Heckel D.G. Genetic approaches to studying insect-plant interactions. University of Melbourne, Department of Genetics, Melbourne, AU, May 2007 (invited)
25Kaiser T. Low tide is high time! Eclosion rhythms in Clunio marinus. Kolloquium, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Biologisch-Pharmazeutische Fakultät, Institut für Ökologie, Jena, DE, Apr 2007 (invited)
26Heckel D.G. Genetic and genomic approaches to understanding mechanisms of resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis toxins. Resistance 2007, Rothamsted Research Limited, Harpenden, GB, Apr 2007 (invited)
2006
1Pauchet Y. Mapping the digestive tract proteome of /Helicoverpa armigera/ larvae. MPI-CE - NCL Workshop on proteomic insights into plant-insect interaction, MPI for Chemical Ecology, National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, IN, Dec 2006 (invited)
2Preiß S. Strategies for studying insect proteomes. MPI-CE - NCL Workshop on proteomic insights into plant-insect interaction, MPI for Chemical Ecology, National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, IN, Dec 2006 (invited)
3Heckel D.G. The diversity of Bt resistance genes in Lepidoptera. Sino-Germany Workshop on Pesticide Resistance in Agricultural Pests Sino-Germany Workshop on Pesticide Resistance in Agricultural Pests, Nanjing Agricultural University, Nanjing, CN, Nov 2006 (invited)
4Heckel D.G. DNA-based detection of Bt resistance in field populations of insects. Sino-Germany Workshop on Pesticide Resistance in Agricultural Pests Sino-Germany Workshop on Pesticide Resistance in Agricultural Pests, Nanjing Agricultural University, Nanjing, CN, Nov 2006 (invited)
5Wee C.W. cDNA-AFLP approach to studying fenvalerate resistance in the cotton bollworm, Helicoverpa armigera. Sino-Germany Workshop on Pesticide Resistance in Agricultural Pests Sino-Germany Workshop on Pesticide Resistance in Agricultural Pests, Nanjing Agricultural University, Nanjing, CN, Nov 2006 (invited)
6Vogel H. Coping with stress in toxic algae. ESTTAL Meeting, Expressed Sequence Tag (EST) Analysis of Toxic Algae (ESTTAL) Project, Naples, IT, Nov 2006
7Heckel D.G. Chemical and biological insecticides: Resistance mechanisms and management in diamondback moth. 5th International Workshop on Management of the Diamondback Moth and Other Crucifer Insect Pests, Beijing, CN, Oct 2006 (invited)
8Henniges-Janssen K. A host shift of diamondback moth from crucifers to peas: Life history traits and genetic mechanisms. 5th International Workshop on Management of the Diamondback Moth and Other Crucifer Insect Pests, Beijing, CN, Oct 2006
9Heckel D.G. Cotton bollworm Helicoverpa armigera: A candidate for whole-genome sequencing. Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing Genomics Institute, Beijing, CN, Sep 2006 (invited)
10Heckel D.G. Heliothine model systems for research on plant-insect interactions. Chinese Academy of Sciences, Institute of Zoology, Beijing, CN, Sep 2006 (invited)
11Heckel D.G. The diversity of Bt-resistance genes in Lepidoptera. IX International Colloquium on Invertebrate Pathology and Microbial Control (ICIPMC), XXXIX Annual Meeting of the SIP and VIII International Conference on Bacillus thuringiensis (ICBt), Wuhan, CN, Sep 2006 (invited)
12Freitak D. The effect of microorganisms in the food on the growth rate and immune system of cabbage looper (Trichoplusia ni). 7th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of the Lepidoptera, Orthodox Academy of Crete, Kolympari, Crete, GR, Aug 2006
13Heidel-Fischer H. Host plant adaptation and specialization in the Pieridae family. 7th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of the Lepidoptera, Orthodox Academy of Crete, Kolympari, Crete, GR, Aug 2006
14Lee S.F. Chromosomal conservation in Lepidoptera: Synteny versus collinearity. 7th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of the Lepidoptera, Orthodox Academy of Crete, Kolympari, Crete, GR, Aug 2006
15Papanicolaou A. The wide utility of Lepidopteran genomic resources. 7th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of the Lepidoptera, Orthodox Academy of Crete, Kolympari, Crete, GR, Aug 2006
16Vogel H. Can insects manipulate plant defense responses? 7th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of the Lepidoptera, Orthodox Academy of Crete, Kolympari, Crete, GR, Aug 2006
17Wee C.W. A genomic approach to studying pyrethroid resistance in the cotton bollworm, Helicoverpa armigera. 7th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of the Lepidoptera, Orthodox Academy of Crete, Kolympari, Crete, GR, Aug 2006
18Williams A. Progress in gene manipulation in the cotton bollworm Helicoverpa armigera. 7th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of the Lepidoptera, Orthodox Academy of Crete, Kolympari, Crete, GR, Aug 2006
19Kaiser T. Genetic diversity in Clunio marinus Haliday 1855. 16th International Chironomid Symposium, Funchal, PT, Jul 2006
20Heckel D.G. Genetic approaches to studying complex traits in Lepidoptera. Antrittsvorlesung für Honorarprofessur, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Jena, DE, Jul 2006
21Heckel D.G. The genetic basis of complex traits in the Lepidoptera. Institut für Biologie II, Universität Leipzig, Leipzig, DE, Jun 2006 (invited)
22Heckel D.G. Genetic approaches to studying complex traits in Lepidoptera. Kolloquium, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Biologisch-Pharmazeutische Fakultät, Institut für Ökologie, Jena, DE, Jun 2006
23Heckel D.G. Genetic mechanisms of Bt resistance in Lepidoptera. US Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Center for Medical and Agricultural Entomology, Gainesville, FL, US, May 2006 (invited)
24Preiß S. Entwicklung von Transformationssystemen für Insekten. Bundesanstalt für Lebensmittelsicherheit und Verbraucherschutz, Berlin, DE, May 2006 (invited)
25Heckel D.G. Development of genetic tools for detecting Bt resistance genes in Ostrinia nubilalis and Sesamia nonagroides. COST 862 Workshop on Resistance Management of Bt-maize in Europe, Aachen, DE, Apr 2006 (invited)
26Heckel D.G. Genetic approaches to studying complex adaptations in Lepidoptera. MPI für Entwicklungsbiologie, Tübingen, DE, Mar 2006 (invited)
27Vogel H. Microarrays - Design, Costs, Pitfalls. ESTTAL Meeting, Expressed Sequence Tag (EST) Analysis of Toxic Algae (ESTTAL) Project, Naples, IT, Feb 2006
28Heckel D.G. Genetic mechanisms of Bt resistance in Lepidoptera. Directorate of Rice Research, Hyderabad, IN, Jan 2006 (invited)
29Heckel D.G. The utility of genome information from Bombyx mori in the study of other Lepidoptera. International Symposium on Insect Genetics and Genomics, Centre for DNA fingerprinting and diagnostics, Hyderabad, IN, Jan 2006 (invited)
30Heckel D.G. The role of genomics in devising more effective means of controlling the cotton bollworm Helicoverpa armigera. 93rd Indian Science Congress, Archarya N.G. Ranga Agricultural University, Hyderabad, IN, Jan 2006 (invited)
31Reineke A. Molecular Methods in Ecology: Examples from Applied Entomology. College of Engineering, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, IN, Jan 2006
2005
1Heckel D.G. Research at the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology. Hexima Cotton, Melbourne, AU, Dec 2005 (invited)
2Vogel H. Defenses and counter-defenses in plant-insects interactions - A tale from two sides. APCE 2005 5th Asia-Pacific Congress of Entomology and Chemical Ecology, Jeju, KR, Oct 2005 (invited)
3Scheirs J.A. Integrating optimal foraging and optimal oviposition theory in plant- insect research. SFB Symposium on "Mechanisms and evolution of arthropod behaviour - brain, individual, social group", Würzburg, DE, Jul 2005 (invited)
4Heckel D.G. Genetic approaches to analyzing the role of insect cytochromes p450 in resistance to xenobiotic compounds. Institut für Umweltforschung, Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule Aachen, Aachen, DE, Jul 2005 (invited)
5Heckel D.G. Non-model insects as model systems in chemical ecology. MOEL Conference "Science and Art in Europe", Max-Planck-Institut für Biogeochemie, Jena, DE, May 2005 (invited)
6Reineke A. New insights on the role of Venturia canescens virus-like particles in parasitoid-host-interactions. Cell Biology Seminar, University of Bern, Bern, CH, May 2005 (invited)
7Reineke A. Understanding biotic interactions in entomology and plant protection: A molecular aproach. Forschungsanstalt Geisenheim/Fachhochschule Wiesbaden, Geisenheim, DE, Apr 2005 (invited)
8Reineke A. Molekulare Analyse von Parasitoid-Wirt-Interaktionen: Neue Erkenntnisse zu Funktion und Herkunft von Virus-ähnlichen Partikeln (VLPs) der Schlupfwespe Venturia canescens (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae). Entomologentagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für allgemeine und angewandte Entomologie DGaaE, Dresden, DE, Mar 2005
9Heckel D.G. Unified molecular linkage maps for the Lepidoptera. National Institute of Agronomical Sciences (NIAS) - Center of Excellence, Tsukuba, JP, Mar 2005 (invited)
2004
1Heckel D.G. Genetic approaches to analyzing insect adaptation to antiherbivory compounds from plants. Botanikertagung 2004, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Vereinigung für Angewandte Botanik, Braunschweig, DE, Sep 2004 (invited)
2Heckel D.G. Mapping the H-locus in Papilio dardanus. International Workshop on Evolution and Development in Butterflies, San Juan, PR, Apr 2004 (invited)
2003
1Heckel D.G. Linkage mapping reveals a diversity of mechanisms of resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis toxin in Lepidoptera. 6th International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of Lepidoptera, Kolympari, Crete, GR, Aug 2003 (invited)