Oral Presentations of the Department of Bioorganic Chemistry

2014
1Vattekkatte A. Chemical Wizardry with Substrates: Multiproduct Sesquiterpene Synthase from Medicago truncatula. 128th BASF International Summer Course, BASF, Ludwigshafen, DE, Aug 2014
2Boland W. Chlorophyll Digestion and Function in the Insect Gut. Chemistry & Biology of Tetrapyrroles: Hemes, Chlorophylls, Bilins, Corrins (Vitamin B12) and Related Cofactors of Life, Gordon Research Conferences, Salve Regina University, Newport, RI, US, Jul 2014 (invited)
3Burse A. Defensive secretions of leaf beetles: a small step from deterrent de novo synthesis to sequestration in Chrysomelina evolution? 30th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL, US, Jul 2014
4Jiménez-Alemán G.H. Jasmonates: new insights into structure-activity relationships and metabolism. 30th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL, US, Jul 2014
5Vattekkatte A. Single template, multiple currencies: multiproduct sesquiterpene synthase from Medicago truncatula. 30th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL, US, Jul 2014
6Kost C. Privatization of public goods stabilizes cooperative cross-feeding interactions between two bacterial species. Status Symposium: The Evolution of German Evolutionary Biology, Volkswagen-Stiftung, Universität Potsdam, Hannover, DE, Jul 2014
7Mithöfer A. Herbivory-induced signaling and defenses in plants. Summer Symposium, University of Würzburg, Würzburg, DE, Jul 2014 (invited)
8Mithöfer A. Calcium signaling, herbivore-induced jasmonate pathway and defense. Plant Calcium Signaling, PCS 2014, Münster, DE, Jun 2014
9Boland W. Functional analysis of the defensive system of juvenile leaf beetles by RNAi. 4th International HIPS-Symposium, Helmholtz-Institut für Pharmazeutische Forschung Saarland, Saarbrücken, DE, Jun 2014 (invited)
10Boland W. Sequestration of Plant-Derived Glycosides by Leaf beetles: a Model System for Evolution and Adaptation. Chemistry and Time - Beilstein Bozen Symposium 2014, Beilstein Institut, Prien (Chiemsee), DE, May 2014 (invited)
11Mithöfer A. Mechanismen der pflanzlichen Verteidigung gegen herbivore Insekten. Institutskolloquium, Julius-Kühn-Institut für Biologischen Pflanzenschutz, Darmstadt, DE, May 2014 (invited)
12Mithöfer A. Scents of survival: Volatiles and plant defense. 1st International Conference “Biotechnology in Agriculture”, University of Tirana, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Tirana, AL, Apr 2014 (invited)
13Pande S. Genome reduction in bacteria results in division of metabolic labour and a transition in individuality. MiCom 2014 - 4th International Student Conference on Microbial Communication, Jena School for Microbial Communication, Jena, DE, Apr 2014
14von Reuß S.H. Connecting Genotypes, Phenotypes and Chemical Signals via MS and NMR based Metabolomics. MiCom 2014 - 4th International Student Conference on Microbial Communication, Jena School for Microbial Communication, Jena, DE, Apr 2014
15Mithöfer A. Insect herbivoy-induced calcium signaling in plants. XVIth Cologne Minisymposium on Plant Biology; Plant Signalling pathways, Uni Köln, Köln, DE, Mar 2014 (invited)
16Boland W. Überleben mit Duft und Nektar. Pflanzen als Schädlinge und Nützlinge. Vortrag, Naturkundemuseum Erfurt, Erfurt, DE, Jan 2014 (invited)
2013
1Mithöfer A. Insect herbivoy-induced calcium signaling in plants. Institutskolloquium: Molecular Plant Physiology & Biophysics, Universität Würzburg, Julius-von-Sachs-Institut für Biowissenschaften, Würzburg, DE, Dec 2013 (invited)
2Mithöfer A. Talking plants? Kommunikation bei Pflanzen. 4. Fachtage Ökologische Pflege, langenlois, AT, Nov 2013 (invited)
3Boland W. The hidden microbial contribution to plant-insect interactions. Entomology 2013 - ESA 61st Annual Meeting, Entomological Society of America, Austin, TX, US, Nov 2013 (invited)
4Boland W. The hidden microbial contribution to plant-insect interactions. Entomology 2013 - ESA 61st Annual Meeting, Entomological Society of America, Austin, TX, US, Nov 2013
5Boland W. Introduction of the Max Planck Institute of Chemical Ecology - Leaf beetles. Northwest University Xian, Xian, CN, Nov 2013 (invited)
6Burse A. Identification of secretory proteins in defensive secretions from juvenile leaf beetles. 7th Central and Eastern European Proteomics Conference (CEEPC), Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Oct 2013
7Boland W. Überleben mit Duft: Pflanzen contra Herbivore. Festvortrag zur Auszeichnung von Promotionsstudenten, Technical University of Dresden, Dresden, DE, Oct 2013 (invited)
8Gretscher R. Extracellular Cu/Zn-SODs playing an important role in anti-microbial immune response of leaf beetles. RNAi, infections and xenobiotics. 47. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie, Ökologie, The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, Universität Bayreuth, Bayreuth, DE, Oct 2013
9Mithöfer A. Insect-induced jasmonates and carnivorous plants. Botanikertagung 2013, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Tübingen, DE, Oct 2013
10Mithöfer A. Insect-induced jasmonates and carnivorous plants. Botanikertagung 2013, Tübingen, DE, Oct 2013
11Boland W. Wehrchemie bei Blattkäfern: Ein Modellsystem für Evolution und Anpassung. Festkolloquium anlässlich des 50jährigen Bestehens des Instituts für Biochemie der Universität zu Köln und zur Feier des 90. Geburtstages von Herrn Prof. Dr. Lothar Jaenicke, Universität zu Köln, Institut für Biochemie, Köln, DE, Sep 2013 (invited)
12Boland W. Chemical Defense in Leaf Beetles; a model for Ecology and Adaptation. Wissenschaftsforum Chemie, Darmstadt, DE, Sep 2013 (invited)
13Pauls G., Boland W. Analysis of Glucose Conjugates in Leaf Beetles and Their Host Plants. International Chemical Ecology Conference 2013, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Asia-Pacific Association of Chemical Ecologists, Melbourne, AU, Aug 2013
14Strauß A. Beetle Juice Strategy: ABC Transporter Acts as a Gatekeeper While Unifying Sequestration and Active Defense. International Chemical Ecology Conference 2013, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Asia-Pacific Association of Chemical Ecologists, Melbourne, AU, Aug 2013
15Shao Y. The insect as a simple model for complex host/microbiota studies. Seminar, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Biological Pharmacy, Shanghai, CN, Jul 2013
16Mithöfer A. New Aspects of captured prey-induced leaf movement in carnivorous Drosera. Annual Meeting of the Society of Plant Signaling and Behavior, Vancouver, CA, Jul 2013
17Boland W. Surviving with odours; plants against herbivores. Universität Salzburg, Salzburg, AT, Jul 2013 (invited)
18Boland W. Survival with volatiles: plants against herbivores. ICA-Symposium July 2013, University of Salzburg, PhD program "Immunity in Cancer & Allergy", Salzburg, AT, Jul 2013 (invited)
19Boland W. Elicitors from Plant Feeding Insects. MPG-CNR Workshop on "Biosphere - Atmosphere Interactions and Communication", Max Planck Society, Como, IT, Jun 2013 (invited)
20Frick S. Metal ions control chain-length specificity of isoprenyl diphosphate synthases in insects. TERPNET 2013 - 11th International Meeting on Biosynthesis, Function and Biotechnology of Isoprenoids in Terrestrial and Marine Organisms in Terrestrial and Marine Organisms, TERPNET 2013, Kolymvari, Crete, GR, Jun 2013
21Boland W. Chemical Ecology - Plant defense. NAMRU - Naval Medical Research Unit Six, Lima, PE, May 2013 (invited)
22Boland W. How to acquire plant toxins for defense; a beetles perspective. Pontificia Universidad Catolicade Peru, Lima, PE, May 2013 (invited)
23Boland W. Host plant shift caused loss of a biosynthetic enzyme in larvae of Chrysomela lapponica. Pontificia Universidad Catolicade Peru, Lima, PE, May 2013 (invited)
24Mithöfer A. „Proyectos y ofertas de la Sociedad Max Planck“ – Projects and Possibilities in the Max Planck Society. Symposium “Research in Germany" Symposium “Research in Germany”, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Lima, PE, May 2013 (invited)
25D'Souza G. Loose to gain: Adaptive fitness benefits drive prevalent loss of biosynthetic genes in bacteria. IMPRS Evaluation Symposium 2013, MPI for Chemical Ecology, IMPRS, Jena, DE, Apr 2013
26Strauß A. Beetle juice strategy: ABC transporter acts as a gatekeeper while unifying sequestration and active defense in leaf beetle larvae. IMPRS Evaluation Symposium 2013, MPI for Chemical Ecology, IMPRS, Jena, DE, Apr 2013
27Morgenstern A. Seeing more than red - Unexpected prodigiosin pigments in Streptomyces coelicolor. Jahrestagung der Vereinigung für Allgemeine und Angewandte Mikrobiologie (VAAM) zusammen mit der Koninklijke Nederlandse Vereniging voor Microbiologie (KNVM), Vereinigung für Allgemeine und Angewandte Mikrobiologie (VAAM), Bremen, DE, Mar 2013
28Pande S. Less is more - Bacterial gene loss results in a division of metabolic labour and the formation of intercellular networks. Jahrestagung der Vereinigung für Allgemeine und Angewandte Mikrobiologie (VAAM) zusammen mit der Koninklijke Nederlandse Vereniging voor Microbiologie (KNVM), Vereinigung für Allgemeine und Angewandte Mikrobiologie (VAAM), Bremen, DE, Mar 2013
29Bodemann R. To kill two birds with one stone.systemic silencing of an extracellular superoxide dismutase in Phaedon cochleariae (coleoptera). iBeetle Symposium: New horizons in molecular zoology. iBeetle Symposium: New horizons in molecular zoology, Göttingen, DE, Mar 2013
2012
1Boland W. Sequestration of plant-derived glycosides by leaf beetles: a Model system for evolution and adaptation of chemical defenses. Frontiers of Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Dec 2012
2Kost C. Small but GREAT - The power of using microbes to address fundamental questions in chemical ecology. Frontiers of Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Dec 2012
3Boland W. Leaf beetles. University of Leiden, Leiden, NL, Nov 2012 (invited)
4Mithöfer A. Plant-Insect Interactions: From Herbivore Recognition to Defenses. Biologisches Kolloquium, Karlsruhe Institue of Technology, Uni Karlsruhe, Fakultät Chemie- und Biowissenschaften, Karlsruhe, DE, Nov 2012 (invited)
5D'Souza G. You loose some, you gain some: Trait loss confers a fitness advantage to bacteria. MiCom 2012 - 3rd International Student Conference on Microbial Communication, Jena School for Microbial Communication, Jena, DE, Nov 2012
6Waschina S. Differences in metabolic profiles promote cross-feeding in microbial communities. MiCom 2012 - 3rd International Student Conference on Microbial Communication, Jena School for Microbial Communication, Jena, DE, Nov 2012
7Shao Y. In vivo Pyro-SIP analysis of active gut microbiota from the cotton leafworm, Spodoptera littoralis. 44. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Oct 2012
8von Reuß S.H. Small Molecule Signaling in Nematodes. 44. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Oct 2012
9Burse A. Sequestration in leaf beetles: elucidation of a transport network. International Symposium "Ethomics: Asking the Organism in the Genomics Era", Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Oct 2012
10Mithöfer A. Carnivorous plants and insects: New insights in an old topic. International Symposium "Ethomics: Asking the Organism in the Genomics Era", Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Oct 2012
11Boland W. Mord im Gemüsebeet. Vortrag, Palmengarten der Stadt Frankfurt am Main, Frankfurt, DE, Sep 2012 (invited)
12Mithöfer A. Plants and herbivorous insects: Examples for trophic interactions. Symposium on Bioconservation, Universidad Católica del Perú, Lima, PE, Aug 2012 (invited)
13Boland W. Host plant shift caused loss of a biosynthetic enzyme in larvae of Chrysomela lapponica. 24th International Congress of Entomology, August 19-25, 2012 in Daegu, South Korea, Daegu, KR, Aug 2012 (invited)
14Boland W. Host plant shift caused loss of a biosynthetic enzyme in larvae of Chrysomela lapponica (Chrysomelinae). XXIV. International Congress of Entomology - "New Era in Entomology", The Entomological Society of South Korea, Daegu, KR, Aug 2012
15Burse A. Precise RNAi mediated silencing of metabolic active proteins in defense secretions of juvenile leaf beetles. XXIV. International Congress of Entomology - "New Era in Entomology", The Entomological Society of South Korea, Daegu, KR, Aug 2012
16Badgaa A. Fate of chlorophyll in the gut of Lepidopteran larvae. 28th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Vilnius, LT, Jul 2012
17Boland W. Plant defense elicitors: Coronalones as tunable synthetic analogues of Jasmonoyl-isoleucine. 39th Annual Conference, Plant Growth Regulation Society of America (PGRSA), Denver, CO, US, Jul 2012 (invited)
18Burse A. Identification of transport proteins implicated in the sequestration of plant derived metabolites by using RNAi in juvenile leaf beetles. 28th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Vilnius, LT, Jul 2012 (invited)
19Frick S. Iridoid biosynthesis in leaf beetle larvae - Metal cofactors control chain length of an Isoprenyl diphosphate synthase from Phaedon cochleariae. 28th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Vilnius, LT, Jul 2012
20Rahfeld P. Characterization of proteins involved in the iridoid biosynthesis in the defensive glands of Phaedon cochleariae. 28th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Vilnius, LT, Jul 2012
21Shaheed M. Local distribution of epicuticular wax compounds on the leaf surface of Populus trichocarpa. 28th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Vilnius, LT, Jul 2012
22Mithöfer A. Basic concepts in Chemical Ecology: Indirect defense strategies of plants against herbivores. International Summer School “Biodiversity”, Biology Department, University of Osnabrück, Osnabrück, DE, Jul 2012 (invited)
23Shaheed M. Discovering the cover. Leaf surface chemistry of Populus trichocarpa and its biological role. JSMC Retreat 2012, Bad Sulza, DE, Jul 2012
24Boland W. Chemische Verteidigung bei Blattkäfern; mit Pflanzenpower gegen Fraßfeinde. GDCh-Kolloquium des Ortsverbandes Hannover, Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh), Hannover, DE, May 2012 (invited)
25Mithöfer A. Drosera und Nepenthes: Die andere Seite von Pflanzen-Insekten Interaktionen. Seminar, Universität Wien, Department für Strukturelle und Funktionelle Botanik, Wien, AT, May 2012 (invited)
26Strauß A. Network of transport proteins involved in sequestration of plant glucosides within leaf beetles. 7th Transport Colloquium, Rauischholzhausen, DE, May 2012
27Strauß A. Disarming leaf beetle larvae: The crucial role of CpMRP in the defensive system. ABC2012 - FEBS Special Meeting - ATP-Binding Cassette Proteins: From Multidrug Resistance to Genetic Diseases, Innsbruck, AT, Mar 2012
28Boland W. Volatiles, the Language of Plants. Kolloquium Uni München, Uni München, Institut für Ökologischen Landbau, Freising, DE, Jan 2012 (invited)
2011
1Boland W. Chemistry Inspired Concepts in the Chemical Ecology of leaf beetles. Ringberg Symposium, MPG, Ringberg, DE, Nov 2011 (invited)
2Mithöfer A. The carnivorous syndrome in plants. Seminar am ACTA, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, NL, Nov 2011
3Boland W. Von der Variabilität der Moleküle zur Vielfalt der Arten – von der Chemie zur Evolution. Thillm - Fortbildung, Thillm, Jena, DE, Sep 2011 (invited)
4Boland W. Chemical defense in leaf beetles. Cote-to-core Meeting, Kyoto University, Neuchâtel, CH, Sep 2011 (invited)
5Bodemann R. RNAi - a promising tool for exploration of the defense related secretome in leaf beetle larvae. 27th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, CA, Jul 2011
6Burse A. Host plant adaptation of the deterrent biosynthesis in larvae of Chrysomelina beetles. 27th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, CA, Jul 2011
7Shabab M. Isomerization of the phytohormone precursor OPDA in the insect gut: a mechanistic and computational study. 27th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, CA, Jul 2011
8Strauß A. Sequestration of plant glucosides by leaf beetle larvae: The ABC in the transporter network. 27th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, CA, Jul 2011
9Mithöfer A. Plant-insect interactions: How legumes cope with herbivore attack. Model Legume Congress 2011, St. Maxime, FR, May 2011
10Boland W. Chemical Defense in Leaf Beetles: A Model for Adaptation and Evolution. GDCh - Vortrag, GDCh, Marburg, DE, May 2011 (invited)
11Bodemann R. RNAi Effects on the Chemical Defense of Leaf Beetle Larvae. 41. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie, Ökologie, Universität Bonn, Bonn, DE, May 2011
12Boland W. Mord im Gemüsebeet - Duft als Hilferuf der Pflanzen. Schottener Forum, Hessen-Forst, Forstamt Schotten, Schotten, DE, Apr 2011 (invited)
13Boland W. Sequestration of Plant Derived Glycosides by Leaf Beetles: a Model System for Evolution and Adaptation fo Chemical Defenses. 100 Years National University of Mexico, National University of Mexico UNAM, Mexico City, MX, Apr 2011 (invited)
14Boland W. Before Gene Expression: Early evens in Plant-Insect Interactions. 100 Years National University of Mexico, National University of Mexico UNAM, Mexico City, MX, Apr 2011 (invited)
15Boland W. Volatiles: The Language of Plants. 100 Years National University of Mexico, National University of Mexico UNAM, Mexico City, MX, Apr 2011 (invited)
16Spiteller D. Wie reagieren Mikroorganismen auf ihre Umwelt und wie beeinflussen sie ihre Umgebung? 23. Irseer Naturstofftage, DECHEMA, Irsee, DE, Feb 2011
2010
1Boland W. Volatiles, the language of plants. human CHEMOSENSATION 2010, Smell & Taste Clinic, Department of Otorhinolaryngology, University of Dresden Medical School, Dresden, DE, Dec 2010 (invited)
2Kost C. A modular genomic architecture facilitates adaptive evolution in Pseudomonas fluorescens. Seminar, Eawag, Das Wasserforschungs-Institut des ETH-Bereichs, Abteilung Umweltmikrobiologie, Dübendorf, CH, Nov 2010
3Schmid D. Characterising sex-related proteins of the brown alga Scytosiphon lomentaria using proteomics. 40. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, der, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, Institut für Organische Chemie, Würzburg, DE, Oct 2010
4Schoenian I. Ants – Streptomyces - Antibiotics. 40. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, der, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, Institut für Organische Chemie, Würzburg, DE, Oct 2010
5Boland W. Sequestration of plant-derived glycosides by leaf beetles. Kolloqium Mongolian Academy of sciences, Mongolian Academy of sciences, Uaanbaatar, MN, Oct 2010 (invited)
6Mithöfer A. Plant insect interactions: How plants cope with herbivores. International Symposium Green Chemistry & Advanced Technology, Ulanbataar, MN, Oct 2010 (invited)
7Boland W. Inactivation of a plant - Oxylipin hormone in the insect's gut. 4th International Symposium "Green Chemistry and Advanced Technology, National University of Mongolia, Uaanbaatar, MN, Oct 2010 (invited)
8Mithöfer A. Plant insect interactions and plant defences. Seminar an der Mongolian Academy of Science, Ulanbataar, MN, Oct 2010 (invited)
9Boland W. "Insect gut symbiotic microbiota: Composition and molecular interactions with the insect host". MiCom 2010 - 1st International Student Conference on Microbial Communication, Jena School for Microbial Communication, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Jena, DE, Oct 2010 (invited)
10Kirsch R. Salicyl Alcohol Oxidase in Chrysomela lapponica : a key enzyme of chemical defense and its functional and evolutionary dynamics. 9. European Congress of Entomology, Budapest, HU, Aug 2010
11Boland W. Duft: die Sprache der Pflanzen. Jena Life Science Forum, FSU Jena, Jena, DE, Aug 2010 (invited)
12Burse A. The exploitation of plant derived glucosides by leaf beetle larvae. 26th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Tours, FR, Aug 2010
13Schoenian I. Chemical aspects of the synergism and antagonism in microbial communities of leaf cutting ants. 26th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Tours, FR, Aug 2010
14Strauß A. Network of transport proteins involved in sequestration of plant glucosides within leaf beetles. 9th European Congress of Entomology, Budapest, HU, Aug 2010
15Boland W. Duft: Die Sprache der Pflanzen. Wissenschaftliche Vortragsreihe, Graduierten-Akademie, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Thüringer Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek, Jena, DE, Jun 2010 (invited)
16Dabrowska P. Die Rolle der Oxylipin Phytohormone in Interaktionen zwischen Pflanzen und Insekten. Seminar, Lehrstuhl für Chemische Ökologie, Universität Bielefeld, Bielefeld, DE, May 2010 (invited)
17Spiteller D. How do microbial symbionts help higher organisms to fight infections? Jonathan Spencer Memorial Symposium, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, GB, Apr 2010 (invited)
18Spiteller D. How do microbial symbionts help higher organisms to fight infections? Kolloquium University of Cambridge, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, GB, Apr 2010 (invited)
19Dabrowska P. Insights into the mechanism of the OPDA isomerase from insects. 39. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Max-Planck-Institut für chemische Ökologie, Jena, DE, Apr 2010
20Spiteller D. Unsichtbare Helfer: Mikrobielle Symbionten – die Geheimwaffe gegen Infektionen. Kolloquium Uni Konstanz, Universität Konstanz, Konstanz, DE, Mar 2010 (invited)
21Mithöfer A. Plant defence chemistry in Tococa-ant symbiosis. Binational Peruvian-German Workshop, Lima / Tambopata, PE, Mar 2010 (invited)
22Spiteller D. Chemische Keulen von mikrobiellen Symbionten – Wie verteidigen Blattschneiderameisen ihren Pilzgarten gegen Infektionen. Chemiedozententagung, Gießen, DE, Mar 2010
23Boland W. Überleben mit Duft und Nektar: Co-evolution von Pflanzen und Insekten. Vortragsprogramm EVOLUTION, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg Halle, Fakultät Biowissenschaften Institut für Pharmazie, Molekulare Zellbiologie, Halle (Saale), DE, Mar 2010 (invited)
2009
1Kost C. The role of chance and history for evolutionary trajectories taken by experimental populations of Pseudomonas fluorescens. JCB Lecture, Jena Centre for Bioinformatics JCB, Jena, DE, Dec 2009
2Boland W. Pflanzen contra Herbivore: Überleben mit Duft und Nektar. GDCh Kolloquium, Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh), Jungchemikerforum, Universität Freiberg, Fakultät für Chemie und Physik, Freiberg, DE, Dec 2009 (invited)
3Spiteller D. Microbial symbionts help leaf cutting ants to fight infections. Symbiotic Interactions, München, DE, Nov 2009
4Mithöfer A. Principles of Chemical Ecology. Colomian-German Innovation Forum: Environment for Life, Bogota, CO, Nov 2009 (invited)
5Boland W. Pflanzen contra Herbivore: Überleben mit Duft und Nektar. Hans-Fischer-Symposium: Chemische Kommunikation, TU München, Fachbereich Chemie, München, DE, Nov 2009
6Kost C. Replaying life's tape - Repeated re-evolution of a complex phenotype in Pseudomonas fluorescens. Biological Colloquium, TU Kaiserslautern, Kaiserslautern, DE, Nov 2009 (invited)
7Boland W. Sequestration of plant-derived glucosides by leaf beetles: a model system for evolution and adaptation of chemical defenses. International Meeting on Natural Products, Irapuato, MX, Oct 2009 (invited)
8Mithöfer A. Different aspects of plant-insect interactions. Seminar, Umweltforschungszentrum (UFZ) Halle –Leipzig, Halle (Saale), DE, Oct 2009 (invited)
9Boland W. Sequestration of plant-derived glucosides by leaf beetles: a model system for evolution and adaptation of chemical defenses. Lecture, Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo, Morelia, MX, Oct 2009 (invited)
10Venkatesan R. Day or night? Nectar is right. 38. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie Halle, Halle (Saale), DE, Oct 2009
11Schmid D. Separate the wheat from the chaff – characterizing sex-related proteins from brown algal gametes. 3rd Central and Eastern European Proteomic Conference "Proteomics Driven Discovery and Applications", Budapest, HU, Oct 2009
12Boland W. Momentaufnahmen aus der chemischen Ökologie. Der Mensch inmitten von Natur und Technik: Gedanken aus der Wissenschaft, Thüringer Institut für Lehrerfortbildung, Lehrplanentwicklung und Medien (Thillm) Bad Berka, Jena, DE, Oct 2009
13Spiteller D. Wie verteidigen Blattschneiderameisen ihren Pilzgarten gegen Infektionen? 18. Nachwuchswissenschaftler-Symposium Bioorganische Chemie, Hannover, DE, Sep 2009 (invited)
14Boland W. Before Gene expression: Early Events in Plant - Insect Interactions. Botanikertagung 2009 "Plants for the Future", Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Universität Leipzig, Leipzig, DE, Sep 2009 (invited)
15Boland W. Induced volatiles of Medicago truncatula: molecular diversity and mechanistic aspects of a multiproduct sesquiterpene synthase from M. truncatula. 40th International Symposium on Essential Oils (ISEO), Savigliano, IT, Sep 2009 (invited)
16Ping L. A Survey of Probiotic Bacteria in Spodoptera littoralis. 61. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Hygiene und Mikrobiologie (DGHM), Göttingen, DE, Sep 2009
17Pesek J. 8-Hydroxyquinoline-2-Carboxylic Acid (HQA) from the Insect Gut Impacts Bacterial Growth via Iron Chelation. 25th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Neuchâtel, CH, Aug 2009
18Spiteller D. Control of Pathogenic Diseases by Leaf Cutting Ants and Their Microbial Symbionts. 25th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Neuchâtel, CH, Aug 2009
19Garms S. Proof of an Old Hypothesis: A New Pathway to Cadinane, Muurolane, Cubebane and Copaane Skeletons. Gordon Research Conference - Floral & Vegetative Volatiles, Gordon Research Conferences, Magdalen College, Oxford, UK, Oxford, GB, Aug 2009
20Kost C. Genomic modularity facilitates adaptive evolution in Pseudomonas fluorescens. 12th Congress of the European Society of Evolutionary Biology (ESEB), Turino, IT, Aug 2009
21Spiteller D. How leaf cutting ants defend their fungus garden against the pathogen Escovopsis. Workshop der Gesellschaft für Tropenökologie (GTÖ), GTÖ, Marburg, DE, Jul 2009
22Boland W. Mit der Kraft der zwei Herzen - Abwehr bei Blattkäfern mit eigenen und pflanzlichen Giften. Kolloquium, Universität Saarbrücken, Pharmazeutisches Institut, Saarbrücken, DE, Jun 2009 (invited)
23Boland W. Pharmazie - Quo vadis? Festvortrag zur Einweihung des Pharmazeutischen Instituts, Saar-Universität Saarbrücken, Pharmazeutisches Institut, Saarbrücken, DE, Jun 2009 (invited)
24Boland W. Volatiles, the language of plants. Jena Life Science Forum, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Jena, DE, Jun 2009 (invited)
25Mithöfer A. Plant Insect Interactions: General aspects and dissection of mechanical and chemical challenges. 5th International Symposium on Plant Neurobiology, Florenz, IT, May 2009
26Boland W. Presentation of the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology. MPG/BCS-Symposium, Bayer Crop Science, Monheim, DE, May 2009
27Pesek J. 8-Hydroxyquinoline-2-carboxylic acid from the insect gut impacts bacterial growth via iron sensing. 37. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Universität Bayreuth, Bayreuth, DE, May 2009
28Boland W. Mit der Kraft der zwei Herzen – Abwehr bei Blattkäfern mit eigenen und pflanzlichen Giften. 2. Jahrestreffen der Seniorexperten Chemie, Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh), Hanau, DE, May 2009
29Boland W. Plant oxylipins in the insect gut; collision of hormonal systems? IPB Minisymposium, Iowa State University, Ames, US, Apr 2009 (invited)
30Li G. Differential Gene Expression in A. thaliana using MecWorm and Herbivores. JCB Lecture, Jena Centre for Bioinformatics JCB, Jena, DE, Mar 2009
31Spiteller D. Antagonismus des Epiphyten Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae 22d/93 gegen den Pflanzen-pathogen Pseudomonas syringae pv. Glycinea. Chemiedozententagung, Göttingen, DE, Mar 2009
32Schachtschabel D. Apocarotenoids - signalling compounds of Zygomycetes and plants? VAAM Annual meeting, VAAM, Bochum, DE, Mar 2009
33Boland W. Lebende Chemiefabriken: Chemische Verteidigung bei Blattkäferlarven. 21. Irseer Naturstofftage, DECHEMA, Irsee, DE, Feb 2009
2008
1Boland W. Lebende Chemiefabriken: Chemische Verteidigung bei Blattkäferlarven. GDCh-Vortrag, Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh), Universität Mainz, Mainz, DE, Nov 2008
2Mithöfer A. Plant insect interactions: Signals, signalling and induced defences. Seminar am ZMBP, Universität Tübingen, Tübingen, DE, Nov 2008 (invited)
3Boland W. Herbivore-induced plant volatiles: Early and late events in defense induction. Winter school "Ecology of Plant Volatile Organic Compounds", ESF Scientific Programme "Volatile Organic Compounds in the Biosphere-Atmosphere System" (VOCBAS), Wageningen University, Wageningen, NL, Nov 2008 (invited)
4Boland W. Sequestration of plant-derived glycosides by leaf-beetles; a model system for evolution and adaption. Symposium of the Delwart Foundation "Chemical Communication within, among and around plants", Fondation Jean-Marie Delwart, Genval, BE, Nov 2008 (invited)
5Frick S. Identification of branch point enzymes within the iridoid biosynthesis in Chrysomelina larvae Phaedon cochleariae. 36. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Universität Würzburg, Würzburg, DE, Oct 2008
6Funke M. Rapid hydrolysis of quorum sensing molecules in the gut of Lepidoterna larvae. 36. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Universität Würzburg, Würzburg, DE, Oct 2008
7Spiteller D. 3-Methylarginine, a toxin from the epiphyte Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae 22d/93. Vereinigung für Allgemeine und Angewandte Mikrobiologie (VAAM) Workshop, VAAM, Berlin, DE, Oct 2008
8Boland W. Life Science Meets Physics - Der Beutenberg Campus in Jena. Informationsveranstaltung zur regionalen Zusammenarbeit Thüringen - Franche-Comté, Landesentwicklungsgesellschaft LEG, Besançon, FR, Sep 2008
9Boland W. Herbivore-induced volatiles in plant defense: Early and late events in enemy-recognition and response. The 22nd Naito Conference - Chemical Biology (I), Sapporo, JP, Sep 2008 (invited)
10Boland W. de novo Biosynthesis Versus Sequestration: A Network of Transport Systems Supports Both Modes of Defense in Iridoid-Producing Leaf Beetle Larvae. 24th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, State College, US, Aug 2008 (invited)
11Dabrowska P. Enzyme assisted isomerization of 12-oxophytodienoic acid in the insect gut. 24th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, State College, US, Aug 2008
12Frick S. Identification of Branch Point Enzymes within the Iridoid Biosynthesis in Chrysomelina Larvae Phaedon cochleariae. 24th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, State College, US, Aug 2008
13Garms S. Mechanistic Aspects of a Multiproduct Sesquiterpene Synthase from Medicago truncatula. 24th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, State College, US, Aug 2008
14Schachtschabel D. Apocarotenoids—Signaling Compounds of Zygomycetes and Plants? 24th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, State College, US, Aug 2008
15Boland W. Herbivore-induced volatiles in plant defense: Early and late events in enemy-recognition and response. Biologisches Kolloquium, Universität Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe, DE, Jul 2008 (invited)
16Boland W. Sinne und Kommunikation von Bäumen und Pflanzen. Vortragsreihe Baum-Boden, Arbeitsgemeinschaft Neue Baumpflege e.V., Schlettau, DE, Jul 2008
17Boland W. Herbivore-induced early and late responses in Plant-Insect Interactions. CMBI Seminar Series, Universität Innsbruck, Center for Molecular Biosciences Innsbruck, Innsbruck, AT, Jun 2008 (invited)
18Boland W. Pflanzen contra Herbivore; Überleben mit Duft und Nektar. GDCh - Vortrag, Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh), Fachhochschule Recklinghausen, Recklinghausen, DE, Jun 2008 (invited)
19Boland W. Herbivore-induced early and late responses in Plant-Insect Interactions. 4th International Symposium on Plant Neurobiology, Fukuoka, JP, Jun 2008 (invited)
20Mithöfer A. Herbivory: Do we know what’s going on ? Pan-American Advances Studies Institute (PASI): Chemical Biology of the Tropics, Lima / Tambopata, PE, Jun 2008 (invited)
21Garms S. Mechanistic aspects of a multiproduct sesquiterpene synthase from Medicago truncatula. 35. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Jena, DE, Apr 2008
22Spiteller D. Chemische Kriegsführung eines epiphytischen Pseudomonaden gegen den Pflanzenpathogen Pseudomonas syringae pv. Glycinea. 35. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Jena, DE, Apr 2008
23Mithöfer A. Signals, signalling and induced defences in plant-herbivore interactions. Seminar, Botanisches Institut der Universität Basel, Basel, CH, Apr 2008 (invited)
24Spiteller D. Chemie der Interaktionen von Mikroorganismen mit ihrer Umwelt. Emmy-Noether-Treffen, Berlin, DE, Mar 2008 (invited)
25Boland W. Kommunikation von Bäumen. 18. Baum- und Bodenseminar18. Baum- und Bodenseminar, Stadt Jena, Umwelt- und Naturschutzamt, Jena, DE, Feb 2008 (invited)
26Dabrowska P. Enzyme assisted isomerization of 12-oxophytodienoic acid in the insect gut and its significance for the herbivore. 20. Irseer Naturstofftage, DECHEMA, Irsee, DE, Feb 2008
27Spiteller D. Chemische Einblicke in die Welt der Mikroorganismen. GDCh Jahrestagung Chemie 2008, Combo61 Combo65 cmbSite Combo59 co_valfrom co_valto cmbCity cmbCoubtry Check55 Check57 Text71 co_note ev_ID ev_update_date ev_update_user cmbReport Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker, Jena, DE, Jan 2008 (invited)
2007
1Boland W. Pflanzen contra Herbivore: Überleben mit Duft und Nektar. 20. Stöckhardt-Kolloquium "Lebensmittel- und Agrarchemie", Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh), Institut für Chemie der TU Chemnitz, Chemnitz, DE, Dec 2007
2Boland W. Pflanzen contra Herbivore: Überleben mit Duft und Nektar. Vortragsreihe Organische Chemie, TU Dortmund, Fakultät Chemie, Dortmund, DE, Nov 2007
3Frick S. Implication of HMGR in homoeostasis of sequestered and de novo produced precursors of the iridoid biosynthesis in leaf beetle larvae. 34. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Halle (Saale), DE, Oct 2007
4Kost C. Replaying life's tape - Repeated re-evolution of a complex phenotype in Pseudomonas fluorescens. Jena Centre for Bioinformatics JCB, Jena, DE, Oct 2007
5Schachtschabel D. Apocarotenoids - signalling compounds in fungi. IMPRS Evaluation Symposium, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Sep 2007
6Burse A. Implication of glucose transporters in the sequestration of plant derived metabolites by leaf beetle larvae GBM. Herbsttagung der Gesellschaft für Biochemie und Molekularbiologie, Hamburg, DE, Sep 2007
7Boland W. Pflanzen contra Herbivore: Überleben mit Duft und Nektar. Botanikertagung 2007, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Universität Hamburg, Biozentrum Klein Flottbek und Botanischer Garten, Hamburg, DE, Sep 2007 (invited)
8Boland W. Pflanzen contra Herbivore: Überleben mit Duft und Nektar. Botanikertagung 2007, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Universität Hamburg, Biozentrum Klein Flottbek und Botanischer Garten, Hamburg, DE, Sep 2007 (invited)
9Maischak H. Signals in plant herbivore interactions: A role for channel-forming compounds from oral secretions of insects. Botanikertagung 2007, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Universität Hamburg, Biozentrum Klein Flottbek und Botanischer Garten, Hamburg, DE, Sep 2007
10Mithöfer A. Jasmonates as inducers of Calcium signals in the nucleus and cytosol of plant cells. Botanikertagung 2007, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Universität Hamburg, Biozentrum Klein Flottbek und Botanischer Garten, Hamburg, DE, Sep 2007
11Boland W. Volatiles: Language and defense of attacked plants. 7th International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Salvador de Bahia, BR, Aug 2007 (invited)
12Arimura G.i. Nocturnal herbivore damage: jasmonate signaling, gene regulation and light-dependent ocimeme emission. 23rd ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Jul 2007
13Leitner M. How to get a grip on volatile data: finding patterns in volatile blends. 23rd ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Jul 2007
14Boland W. Pflanzen contra Herbivore. BeutenbergCampus Presentations, BeutenbergCampus, Jena, DE, Jul 2007
15Boland W. Pflanze – Schädling - Nützling: Überleben mit Duft und Nektar. Nordrhein-Westfälische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Düsseldorf, DE, Jun 2007 (invited)
16Maischak H. Ion channel-forming compounds in caterpillar regurgitate: A way to manipulate the plant plasma membrane potential during herbivory? 3rd International Symposium on Plant Neurobiology, Strbske Pleso, SK, May 2007
17Mithöfer A. Jasmonates as inducers of Ca2+ signals in the nucleus and the cytosol of plant cells. 3rd International Symposium on Plant Neurobiology, Strbske Pleso, SK, May 2007
18Leitner M. The impact of microbial oligosaccharides on Medicago truncatula: Differential induction of volatile emission and components of signal transduction. Joint International Workshop on: PR-proteins and induced resistance against pathogens and insects, Wageningen University, Entomology, Doorn, NL, May 2007
19Boland W. Überleben mit Duft: Pflanzen contra Herbivore. GDCh lecture, Uni Darmstadt, Darmstadt, DE, May 2007 (invited)
20Maischak H. Signals in plant herbivore interactions: A role for channel-forming compounds from oral secretions of insects. 33. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Universität Leipzig, Leipzig, DE, Apr 2007
21Tolzin-Banasch K. Chemical defense in the leaf beetle Chrysomela lapponica – a unique biosynthetic pathway. 33. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Universität Leipzig, Leipzig, DE, Apr 2007
22Boland W. Überleben mit Duft: Pflanzen contra Herbivore. Bundesanstalt für Züchtungsforschung, Quedlinburg, DE, Apr 2007 (invited)
23Dabrowska P. Enzyme assisted isomerization of 12-oxophytodienoic acid in the insect's gut and its significance for the herbivore. 3rd European Symposium on Plant Lipids, European Federation for the Science and Technology of Lipids, York, GB, Apr 2007
24Boland W. Induktion pflanzlicher Abwehr durch Herbivore. Seminar für Lehrerfortbildung, Gera, DE, Apr 2007 (invited)
25Mithöfer A. Duft: Die Sprache der Pflanzen ? Schülervortrag Internatsschule Schulpforta, Schulpforta, DE, Mar 2007
26Spiteller D. Nachweis von Zwischenstufen der Polyketidbiosynthese. Chemiedozententagung, Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh), Halle (Saale), DE, Mar 2007 (invited)
27Schachtschabel D. Apocarotenoids - signalling compounds of Zygomycetes and plants? 19. Irseer Naturstofftage, DECHEMA, Irsee, DE, Feb 2007
28Mithöfer A. Volatile organic compounds in mycorrhiza. DFG-Schwerpunkttreffen Plant-Micro, München, DE, Jan 2007
29Boland W. Überleben mit Duft und Nektar. Volkshochschule Essen, Essen, DE, Jan 2007 (invited)
30Boland W. Molekulare Interaktionen von Darmbakterien mit ihren Wirtsinsekten. Institute for Microbiology, Uni Mainz, Mainz, DE, Jan 2007 (invited)
2006
1Venkatesan R. Studying the regulation of volatile emission and nectar secretion in Pteridium aquilinum. MPI-CE - NCL Workshop on proteomic insights into plant-insect interaction, MPI for Chemical Ecology, National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, IN, Dec 2006
2Arimura G.i. Calcium signaling to transcription in wounded plants. SFB 604 Workshop 4 "Gene regulatory networks", Collaborative Research Centre (SFB) 604 "Multifunctional Signaling Proteins", Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Dornburg, DE, Dec 2006 (invited)
3Arimura G.i. Calcium signaling to transcription in wounded plants. SFB 604 Workshop 4 "Gene regulatory networks", Collaborative Research Centre (SFB) 604 "Multifunctional Signaling Proteins", Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Dornburg, DE, Dec 2006 (invited)
4Boland W. Volatiles: Language and Defense of Attacked Plants. 2nd Sino-German Symposium on Chemical Biology, Berlin, DE, Dec 2006 (invited)
5Spiteller D. Funktionale und mechanistische Charakterisierung von Sekundärmetabolitenenzymen. Leopoldina Meeting, Halle (Saale), DE, Nov 2006 (invited)
6Richter M. Effects of the chemical language of zygomycetes during sexual communication. 1st meeting "Biology of Yeasts and Filamentous Fungi" VAAM, Frankfurt, DE, Oct 2006
7Dabrowska P. Plant derived oxylipins in the insect’s gut. 32. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Bayreuth, DE, Oct 2006
8Habel A. Effizienter Zugang zu chiralen Lactonen und Hydroxyfettsäuren. 32. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Bayreuth, DE, Oct 2006
9Boland W. Überleben mit Duft: Pflanzen contra Herbivore. Peter-Hemmerich-Lecture, Uni Konstanz, Konstanz, DE, Oct 2006 (invited)
10Boland W. Induction of Plant Defense Ractions by Feeding herbivores: Impact on Biopolymers. EU Coordination Meeting, Goldaratz, ES, Oct 2006 (invited)
11Mithöfer A. Plants and herbivores: Discrimination bites from wounds. INRA-CNRS Seminars, Castanet-Tolosan, FR, Sep 2006 (invited)
12Mithöfer A. Plant-insect interactions: The induction of defence mechanisms. 4th Slovenian Symposium on Plant Biology, Ljubljana, SI, Sep 2006 (invited)
13Boland W. Das chemische Vokabular von Sender- und Empfängerpflanzen -"Interkulturelle Kommunikation" im Pflanzenreich. 24. Osnabrücker Baumpflegetage, Osnabrück, DE, Sep 2006 (invited)
14Boland W. Die Duftsprache der Pflanzen. Tage der Chemie, Jena, DE, Sep 2006 (invited)
15Boland W. Interactions between Microbial Communities and their Host in the Insect Gut. 1. Ebernburger mikrobiologiosch – entomologische Gesprächsrunde, Ebernburg, DE, Sep 2006 (invited)
16Wichard T. Der Einfluss des Phytoplanktons auf den Fortpflanzungserfolg von Calanus helgolandicus in den Küstengewässern vor Roscoff (Bretagne, Frankreich): a,ß,?,d-ungesättigte Aldehyde und Polyenfettsäuren im Jahreszyklus des Phytoplanktons. 11. Wissenschaftlichen Tagung der Sektion Phykologie, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Helgoland, DE, Aug 2006
17Boland W. Sequestration of Plant-Derived Glycosides by Leaf Beetles: a Model System for Evolution and Adaptation of Chemical Defenses. 22nd ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Barcelona, ES, Jul 2006 (invited)
18Büchler R. Enzymes involved in the homeostasis of N-acyl amino acids in the gut of herbivorous insects. 22nd ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Barcelona, ES, Jul 2006
19Discher S. Throwing light on sequestration processes in leaf beetle larvae. 22nd ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Barcelona, ES, Jul 2006
20Mithöfer A. Discriminating bites from wounds: A molecular approach. 22nd ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Barcelona, ES, Jul 2006
21Spiteller D. Fluoride ions as elicitors of plant defence reactions. 22nd ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Barcelona, ES, Jul 2006
22Boland W. Herbivore-Induced volatiles in Plant Defense: Early and late events in enemy-recognition and response. 8th Korean-German Joint Symposium in Plant Biotechnology, Jinju, KR, Jul 2006 (invited)
23Arimura G.i. Signaling and terpenoid biosynthesis in legume plants in response to herbivorous damage. 7th International Symposium on the Plant Hormone Ethylene, Pisa, IT, Jun 2006 (invited)
24Boland W. Induction of Plant Defense Reactions. Unilever, London, GB, Jun 2006 (invited)
25Boland W. Überleben mit Duft: Pflanzen contra Herbivore. University of Bonn, Botany Department, Bonn, DE, Jun 2006 (invited)
26Boland W. Überleben mit Duft: Pflanzen contra Herbivore. University of Hamburg, Chemistry Department, Hamburg, DE, Jun 2006 (invited)
27Boland W. Überleben mit Duft: Pflanzen contra Herbivore. University of Vienna, Chemistry Department, Vienna, AT, Jun 2006 (invited)
28Leitner M. Medicago truncatula – a new model for plant herbivore interactions? 1st VOCBAS status seminar (ESF workshop), Jülich, DE, Jun 2006
29Boland W. Herbivore-Induced Volatiles in Plant Defense: Early Late Events in Enemy-recognition and Response. 2nd Symposium on Plant Neurobiology, Society for Plant Neurobiology, Beijing, CN, May 2006 (invited)
30Kunert M. Rhythmic volatile emission of wounded Lima bean plants. 31. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Würzburg, DE, May 2006
31Schmidt A. A short and efficient synthesis of Phytoprostane B1 type I, II and several analogues. 31. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Würzburg, DE, May 2006
32Boland W. Molecular Interactions - Bringing Chemistry to Life. Beilstein-Institut Workshop, Bozen, IT, May 2006 (invited)
33Boland W. Sequestration of Plant Derived Glycosides by Leaf Beetles; a Model for Adaptation and Evolution. University of Bonn , Department for Entomology, Bonn, DE, Apr 2006 (invited)
34Wichard T. Identification and evaluation of chemical signals in the Sea. ESF LESC EXPLORATORY WORKSHOP Influence of Phytoplankton on Herbivore Reproductive Success – Impact of Infochemicals and Food Quality?, European Science Foundation, Roscoff, FR, Mar 2006
35Richter M. The chemical language in sexuality of zygomycetes. Annual Conference of the Association of General and Applied Microbiology (VAAM), Jena, DE, Mar 2006
36Spiteller D. A novel method for trapping intermediates of the polyketide biosynthesis with a non-hydrolysable malonyl coenzyme A analogue. Annual Conference of the Association of General and Applied Microbiology (VAAM), Jena, DE, Mar 2006
37Mithöfer A. MecWorm, a mechanical larva to mimic herbivory. Plant Volatile Analysis Workshop, Wageningen, NL, Mar 2006
38Leitner M. Abwehrmechanismen von Medicago truncatula gegen verschiedene biotische Stressoren. 19. Tagung "Molekularbiologie der Pflanzen", Dabringhausen, DE, Mar 2006
39Boland W. Pflanzen contra Herbivore. MPI for Chemistry, Mainz, DE, Mar 2006 (invited)
40Boland W. Sequestration of Plant Derived Glycosides by Leaf Beetles; a Model for Adaptation and Evolution. University of Cologne, Botany Department, Cologne, DE, Mar 2006 (invited)
41Kost C. Lima bean neighbourhood watch - Herbivore-induced volatiles induce an indirect defence in neighbouring plants. Society for Tropical Ecology, Kaiserslautern, DE, Feb 2006
42Tolzin-Banasch K. Localization of Iridoid Biosynthesis in Chrysomelina Larvae. 18. Irseer Naturstofftage, DECHEMA, Irsee, DE, Feb 2006
43Mithöfer A. MecWorm, a mechanical caterpillar that mimics insect herbivory. Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, DE, Feb 2006 (invited)
44Boland W. Pflanzen contra Herbivore. Humboldt University, Department of Organic Chemistry, Berlin, DE, Jan 2006 (invited)
45Boland W. Überleben mit Duft : Pflanzen contra Herbivore. Lions Club, Jena, DE, Jan 2006 (invited)
46Boland W. Überleben mit Duft; Pflanzen contra Herbivore. University of Cologne, Institute of Botany, Cologne, DE, Jan 2006 (invited)
47Boland W. Pflanzen contra Herbivore. University of Kaiserslautern, Microbiology Department, Kaiserslautern, DE, Jan 2006 (invited)
2005
1Boland W. Pflanzen contra Herbivore. Kékulé Institute for Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry, Bonn, DE, Dec 2005 (invited)
2Boland W. Überleben mit Duft : Pflanzen contra Herbivore. NUGI - Netzwerk Universität, Gymnasien, Industrie, University of Ulm, Ulm, DE, Nov 2005 (invited)
3Mithöfer A. Aspects of (chemical) signalling in plant-herbivore interactions. GSF München-Neuherberg, München, DE, Nov 2005 (invited)
4Schmidt A. Pflanzen contra Herbivore – Überleben mit Chemie. Gymnasium Greiz, Greiz, DE, Nov 2005 (invited)
5Burse A. Chemische Abwehr bei Blattkäferlarven: Charakterisierung früher Stufen der Iridoidbiosynthese. 30. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Max-Planck-Institut für chemische Ökologie, Jena, DE, Nov 2005
6Spiteller D. Biosynthese der Nitrilgruppe im Borrelidin. 30. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Max-Planck-Institut für chemische Ökologie, Jena, DE, Nov 2005
7Spiteller D. Biosynthese der Nitrilgruppe im Borrelidin. 30. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Max-Planck-Institut für chemische Ökologie, Jena, DE, Nov 2005
8Wichard T. Neue halogenierte Kohlenwasserstoffe aus marinen Kieselalgen. 30. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Max-Planck-Institut für chemische Ökologie, Jena, DE, Nov 2005
9Boland W. Pflanzen contra Herbivore. Institute of Pharmaceutical Biology, Bonn, DE, Nov 2005 (invited)
10Seyfferth J. Biosynthese von Blüten- und Blätterduftstoffen - verfolgt anhand stabiler Isotopen. German Association for Stable Isotope Research (GASIR) Annual Meeting 2005, Jena, DE, Oct 2005
11Søe A.R.B. de novo biosyntheses versus sequestration of defense compounds in leaf beetles - a mechanistic approach by stable isotopes and molecular biological techniques. German Association for Stable Isotope Research (GASIR) Annual Meeting 2005, Jena, DE, Oct 2005
12Kost C. Lima bean neighbourhood watch - Herbivore-induced volatiles induce an indirect defence in neighbouring plants. 5. Kurt-Mothes-Doktoranden-Workshop Sekundärstoffwechsel, Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie (IPB), Halle (Saale), DE, Oct 2005
13Leitner M. Comparison of defences induced by piercing-sucking and chewing herbivores in Medicago truncatula. 5. Kurt-Mothes-Doktoranden-Workshop Sekundärstoffwechsel, Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie (IPB), Halle (Saale), DE, Oct 2005
14Mithöfer A. MecWorm, a novel tool to study plant-herbivore interactions. 5. Kurt-Mothes-Doktoranden-Workshop Sekundärstoffwechsel, Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie (IPB), Halle (Saale), DE, Oct 2005 (invited)
15Schulze B. Profiling of labile plant oxylipins by in situ derivatization with pentafluorobenzyl hydroxylamine. 5. Kurt-Mothes-Doktoranden-Workshop Sekundärstoffwechsel, Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie (IPB), Halle (Saale), DE, Oct 2005
16Boland W. Pflanzen contra Herbivore. Institut de Recherche sur la Biologie de l'Insecte, Tours, FR, Oct 2005 (invited)
17Boland W. Überleben mit Duft - Verteidigungsstrategien von Pflanzen gegen Fraßfeinde. Münchner Wissenschaftstage, München, DE, Sep 2005 (invited)
18Boland W. Herbivore-Induced volatiles in Plant Defense: Early and late events in enemy-recognition and response. Yamada Symposium on Key Natural Organic Molecules in Biological Systems, Awaji-Shima, JP, Sep 2005 (invited)
19Wichard T. High variabilty of eicosanoid-transformation in lower plants. 2nd European Symposium on Plant Lipids, European Federation for the Science and Technology of Lipids, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, DK, Aug 2005
20Burse A. Characterization of early stages of the iridoid biosynthesis in larvae of the leaf beetle Phaedon cochleariae. 21st ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Washington, DC, US, Jul 2005
21Heil M. Physiological and molecular adaptations stabilizing symbiotic ant-plant mutualisms. 21st ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Washington, DC, US, Jul 2005
22Mithöfer A. MecWorm, a novel tool to study plant-herbivore interactions. 21st ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Washington, DC, US, Jul 2005
23Schulze B. Oxylipine als Signalmoleküle bei pflanzlichen Stressreaktionen. Pharmazeutische Chemie, Jena, DE, Jul 2005 (invited)
24Pohnert G. Chemical signals in the aqueous environment: Production, perception and potential effects on community structures. ASLO Summer Meeting 2005, American Society of Limnology and Oceanography ASLO, Santiago de Compostella, ES, Jun 2005
25Wichard T. Formation and impact of polyunsaturated aldehydes during the phytoplankton succession. ASLO Summer Meeting 2005, American Society of Limnology and Oceanography ASLO, Santiago de Compostella, ES, Jun 2005
26Boland W. Pflanzen contra Herbivore. University of Zürich, Department of Botany, Zurich, CH, Jun 2005 (invited)
27Boland W. Überleben mit Duft - Pflanze contra Herbivore. Ernst-Abbe Kolloquium, Jena, DE, Jun 2005 (invited)
28Leitner M. Vergleich induzierter Verteidigung in Medicago truncatula gegen Herbivoren mit unterschiedlichem Fraßverhalten. 29. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Halle (Saale), DE, May 2005
29Wiesemeier T. Wahrnehmung flüchtiger Stoffe durch marine Herbivoren und ihre Rolle in der chemischen Verteidigung von Makroalgen. 29. Doktorandenworkshop: Naturstoffe: Chemie, Biologie und Ökologie, Halle (Saale), DE, May 2005
30Pohnert G. Die Rolle von Oxylipinen und Terpenen in der Verteidigung von Algen. Symrise, Holzminden, DE, May 2005
31Arimura G.i. A manifold signalling network associated with herbivory-induced, indirect defence in a legume. TERPNET 2005 - 7th international meeting dedicated to reporting on the latest advances in the chemistry and biology of terpenes and isoprenoids, Wageningen, NL, Apr 2005
32Mithöfer A. Von Signalmolekülen zu Abwehrreaktionen: Mechanismen der pflanzlichen Verteidigung. Universität Regensburg, Regensburg, DE, Apr 2005 (invited)
33Boland W. Überleben mit Duft: Pflanzen contra Herbivore. Inhoffen-Vorlesung, Gesellschaft für Biotechnologische Forschung (GBF), Braunschweig, DE, Apr 2005 (invited)
34Boland W. Lipid biochemistry and the sexual pheromone of Ectocarpus. First symposium on the biology of the model brown alga Ectocarpus siliculosus, Roscoff, FR, Apr 2005 (invited)
35Delaroque N. EsV-1 genome is integrated into its host genome as a series of small DNA pieces. Fourth algal virus workshop, Amsterdam, NL, Apr 2005
36Delaroque N. Unusual lifestyle of the giant Ectocarpus siliculosus virus. First symposium on the biology of the model brown alga Ectocarpus siliculosus, Roscoff, FR, Apr 2005
37Pohnert G. Dynamische chemische Verteidigungsstrategien von Algen. University Rostock, Rostock, DE, Apr 2005 (invited)
38Pohnert G. Defense and repair: Wound responses of unicellular algae. Volkswagenstiftung, Hannover, DE, Apr 2005 (invited)
39Boland W. Sequestration of Plant Derived Glycosides by Leaf Beetles; a Model for Adaptation and Evolution. Entomologentagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für allgemeine und angewandte Entomologie DGaaE, Dresden, DE, Mar 2005 (invited)
40Pohnert G. Induktion und Aktivierung von Biosynthesewegen zur dynamischen Generierung neuer aktiver Prinzipien. Leibniz-Institut für Naturstoff-Forschung und Infektionsbiologie e. V. – Hans-Knöll-Institut, Jena, DE, Mar 2005 (invited)
41Kost C. Two induced defences benefit Lima bean in nature. 17. Irseer Naturstofftage, DECHEMA, Irsee, DE, Feb 2005
42Piel J. Das Juniorforum Naturstoffe stellt sich vor. 17. Irseer Naturstofftage, DECHEMA, Irsee, DE, Feb 2005
43Pohnert G. Chemisch mediierte Interaktionen im Plankton: Wie sich einzellige Kieselalgen im offenen Ozean verteidigen können. 17. Irseer Naturstofftage, DECHEMA, Irsee, DE, Feb 2005
44Mithöfer A. Mechanismen der pflanzlichen Verteidigung: Signalmoleküle, ‘Signalling’ und Abwehrreaktionen. Biologisches Kolloquium, Universität Osnabrück, Osnabrück, DE, Feb 2005 (invited)
45Pohnert G. Dynamic chemical defense reactions of algae. Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Lausanne, CH, Jan 2005 (invited)
46Pohnert G. Die oxylipin basierte chemische Verteidigung von Diatomeen. TU Dresden, Dresden, DE, Jan 2005 (invited)
2004
1Boland W. Recent advances on carbon isotope discrimination in the interaction between plants and Herbivores. University of Turino, Botany Department, Turino, IT, Dec 2004 (invited)
2Pohnert G. Dynamic defense strategies of algae. Georgia Tech University, Atlanta, US, Dec 2004 (invited)
3Pohnert G. Regulation und Funktion von dynamischen Verteidigungsstrategien in Algen. University Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf, DE, Dec 2004 (invited)
4Pohnert G. Regulation und Funktion von dynamischen Verteidigungsstrategien in Algen. University Halle, Halle (Saale), DE, Dec 2004 (invited)
5Pohnert G. Mechanisms and function of dynamic chemical defense reactions in algae. Univesity Göttingen, Göttingen, DE, Dec 2004 (invited)
6Schulze B. Biotic and heavy metal stress response in plants: evidence for common signals. International Workshop - Present State and Future Perspectives of Restoration Ecology, Jena, DE, Nov 2004
7Piel J. Uncultivated bacterial symbionts: opportunities and challenges in drug development. Harvard Medical School, Harvard, US, Nov 2004 (invited)
8Mithöfer A. Plants under attack: Recognition and chemical signalling. Universidad Peruana Cayetano, Lima, PE, Nov 2004 (invited)
9Boland W. Evolution der Wehrchemie heimischer Blattkäfer. CHEMGEO aktuell, Chemisch-Geowissenschaftlichen Fakultät, Jena, DE, Nov 2004 (invited)
10Mithöfer A. Plants under attack II: Recognition and chemical signalling. Ponteficia Universidad Catolica del Peru, Lima, PE, Nov 2004 (invited)
11Piel J. Uncultured bacterial symbionts: opportunities and challenges in drug discovery. GMBIM/BMP Conference of the Society of Industrial Microbiology, San Diego, Ca, US, Nov 2004 (invited)
12Piel J. Bacterial symbionts: new prospects for drug development. Symposium of the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei "Chemistry and Biology: the transition between the two centuries", Rome, IT, Nov 2004 (invited)
13Kost C. Induced defences in Lima beans. IMPRS The Exploration of Ecological Interacitons with Molecular and Chemical Techniques, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Nov 2004
14Boland W. Plant defense-inducing N-acylglutamines from insect guts: structural diversity and microbe assisted biosynthesis. The BCPC International Congress, Crop Science & Technology, Glasgow, GB, Nov 2004 (invited)
15Pohnert G. Dynamische Verteidigungsstrategien im aquatischen Lebensraum. DFG Symposium Chemische Ökologie, , Nov 2004
16Boland W. The molecular basis of sequestration in the leaf beetles. Symposium of the Delwart Foundation "From Chemical Communication to Artificial Olfaction", Brussels, BE, Oct 2004 (invited)
17Piel J. Deterrents of the pederin family: A ‘Who Done It?’ story. Symposium of the Delwart Foundation "From Chemical Communication to Artificial Olfaction", Brussels, BE, Oct 2004 (invited)
18Büchler R. Wer synthetisiert N-Acyl-Aminosäuren im Insektendarm? Äkta User Club, Breisach, DE, Oct 2004 (invited)
19Schachtschabel D. New Aspects of Trisporoids as Communication Signals in Zygomycetes. 28. Fränkisch-Mitteldeutsches Naturstoffchemiker-Treffen, Leipzig, DE, Oct 2004
20Pohnert G. Chemische Verteidigungsreaktionen von Algen. Technical University of Braunschweig, Braunschweig, DE, Oct 2004 (invited)
21Boland W. 6-Substituted Indanoyl-Isoleucine-Conjugates: Powerful and Tunable Inducers of Plant Defense Responses. Germany-Japan Seminar on Molecular Regulation of Plant Secondary Metabolism, Chiba University, Chiba, JP, Sep 2004 (invited)
22Mithöfer A. Molecular aspects of defence induction and suppression in soybean. 9th International Congress of Endocytobiology and Symbiosis, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Jena, DE, Sep 2004
23Heil M. Chemical composition of ant food produced by Acacia myrmecophytes. Botanikertagung 2004, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Vereinigung für Angewandte Botanik, Braunschweig, DE, Sep 2004
24Mithöfer A. 5. The impact of wounding on volatile emission during herbivore attack. Botanikertagung 2004, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Vereinigung für Angewandte Botanik, Braunschweig, DE, Sep 2004
25Bartram S. Are iridoids in leaf beetle larvae synthesized de novo or derived from plant precursors? Joint European Stable Isotope Users group Meeting JESIUM 2004, Vienna, AT, Sep 2004
26Burse A. Localization of early stages of the mevalonate pathway in the iridoid-producing leaf beetle Phaedon cochleariae. 12th International Symposium on Insect-Plant Relationships, Berlin, DE, Aug 2004
27Heil M. Responses of herbivorous beetles to volatiles released by wild Lima bean (Phaseolus lunatus). 12th International Symposium on Insect-Plant Relationships, Berlin, DE, Aug 2004
28Schulze B. Oxylipin monitoring in attacked Lima bean leaves and the feeding insect's gut. 12th International Symposium on Insect-Plant Relationships, Berlin, DE, Aug 2004
29Piel J. Uncultivated symbionts: Prospects fort he sustainable production of animal-derived pharmaceuticals. ICNPR Conference of the American Society of Pharmacognosy, Phoenix, AZ, US, Aug 2004 (invited)
30Boland W. Induction of plant volatile biosynthesis by herbivorous insects. 3rd International Conference of Comparative Physiology & Biochemistry in Africa, Ithala, ZA, Aug 2004 (invited)
31Boland W. Mechanical wounding resembling insect feeding is sufficient to elicit herbivory-related volatile emission. 20th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology and Phytochemical Society of North America, Ottawa, CA, Jul 2004 (invited)
32Pohnert G. The rapid bioactivation of secondary metabolites as wound response of Caulerpa taxifolia. 20th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology and Phytochemical Society of North America, Ottawa, CA, Jul 2004 (invited)
33Schulze B. Oxylipine und ihre Bedeutung für pflanzliche Abwehrmechanismen. Pharmazeutische Chemie, Jena, DE, Jul 2004
34Piel J. Neue Ansätze in der mikrobiellen Wirkstoff-Forschung. Universität Saarbrücken, Saarbrücken, DE, Jun 2004 (invited)
35Piel J. Nichtkultivierte bakterielle Symbionten als Produzenten von Wirkstoffen aus Tieren. Humboldt-Universität Berlin, Berlin, DE, Jun 2004 (invited)
36Boland W. Induction of Plant Volatile Biosynthesis by Microbial and Herbivore-derived elicitors. BASF-Kolloquium, Ludwigshafen, DE, Jun 2004 (invited)
37Mithöfer A. Signalperzeption und Signaltransduktion im Pathosystem Sojabohne - Phytophthora sojae. BASF-Kolloquium, Ludwigshafen, DE, Jun 2004
38Pohnert G. New active principles from the mechanistic investigation of algal defence. BASF-Kolloquium, Ludwigshafen, DE, Jun 2004 (invited)
39Delaroque N. Ectocarpus siliculosus, a genetic model for multicellular brown algae? XVIII International Seaweed Symposium, Bergen, NO, Jun 2004
40Pohnert G. Invited symposium speaker: The rapid bioactivation of secondary metabolites in the wound response of Caulerpa taxifolia. XVIII International Seaweed Symposium, Bergen, NO, Jun 2004
41Boland W. Volatile organic emissions and plant defense mechanisms. Gordon Research Conference - Biogenic Hydrocarbons & the Atmosphere, Barga, IT, May 2004 (invited)
42Boland W. Induction of Plant Volatile Biosynthesis by Microbial and Herbivore-derived elicitors. European PhD Course INSECT BIOTECHNOLOGY, Capri, IT, May 2004 (invited)
43Pohnert G. Wound-healing in algae, new biopolymers from Caulerpa taxifolia. Bioperspectives, Darmstadt, DE, May 2004
44Schulze B. Biotic and heavy metal stress response in plants: evidence for common signals - Signals of biotic and heavy metal stress response in plants. Graduate Research School "Analysis of the Functioning and Regeneration of Degraded Ecosystems", Jena, DE, May 2004 (invited)
45Kost C. Duft oder Nektar? - Wie sich die Limabohne im Freiland gegen Fraßfeinde verteidigt. 27. Fränkisch-Mitteldeutsches Naturstoffchemiker-Treffen, Bayreuth, DE, Apr 2004
46Schulze B. Neue Signalmoleküle - Oxylipine im verletzten Blatt und im Darm ihrer Herbivoren. 27. Fränkisch-Mitteldeutsches Naturstoffchemiker-Treffen, Bayreuth, DE, Apr 2004
47Mithöfer A. Plants under attack: The role of chemical signalling. Botanisches Kolloquium, FSU Jena, Jena, DE, Apr 2004 (invited)
48Piel J. Bakterielle Symbionten: neue Chancen für die Wirkstoffgewinnung. Universität Leipzig, Leipzig, DE, Apr 2004 (invited)
49Kost C. Indirekte Verteidigung der Limabohne im Freiland. Multitrophische Interaktionen, Göttingen, DE, Apr 2004
50Pohnert G. Verwundungsaktivierte Verteidigung von Algen: Wirkweisen von labilen Toxinen in aquatischen Ökosystemen. University Frankfurt, Frankfurt, DE, Apr 2004 (invited)
51Mithöfer A. Induzierte Synthese von Duftstoffen in der Pflanze-Insekt Interaktion: Die Rolle des Wundtraumas. 17. Tagung "Molekularbiologie der Pflanzen", Dabringhausen, DE, Mar 2004
52Pohnert G. Induced defence in the red alga Gracilaria chilensis. Universidad Austral, Puerto Montt, CL, Mar 2004 (invited)
53Pohnert G. Wundheilung in Algen: Neue Biopolymere aus Caulerpa taxifolia. Chemiedozententagung, Dortmund, DE, Mar 2004
54Mithöfer A. FNS II: an Octadecanoid-induced cytochrom P450 in legumes. 2nd German Middle East Plant Molecular Biology Meeting, Jena, DE, Feb 2004
55Wichard T. Cloning and characterization of a lipoxygenase from Physcomitrella patens as a model system in the chemical defence of diatoms. 2nd German Middle East Plant Molecular Biology Meeting, Jena, DE, Feb 2004
56Pohnert G. Production and effects of oxylipins as chemical defense of Diatoms. Ecole Normale Superieur, Paris, FR, Feb 2004 (invited)
57Mithöfer A. Oligosaccharide-induced volatile compounds. Workshop of the EU-network "Sacc-Sig-Net", Grenoble, DE, Jan 2004
58Piel J. Nichtkultivierte bakterielle Symbionten - Chancen für eine nachhaltige Produktion von Wirkstoffen aus Tieren. Universität Freiburg, Freiburg, DE, Jan 2004 (invited)
59Piel J. Uncultured bacterial symbionts as producers of drug candidates isolated from invertebrate animals. Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Munich, DE, Jan 2004 (invited)
60Piel J. Uncultured bacterial symbionts - opportunities and challenges in drug discovery. Universität Tübingen, Tübingen, DE, Jan 2004 (invited)
61Boland W. Pflanzen contra Herbivore. University of Bonn, Botany Department, Bonn, DE, Jan 2004 (invited)
62Pohnert G. Biosynthesis of Bioactive Metabolites from Algae. University of Groningen, Groningen, NL, Jan 2004 (invited)
63Pohnert G. Dynamische chemische Verteidigungsstrategien von Algen. OC-Kolloquium, Braunschweig, DE, Jan 2004
2003
1Mithöfer A. Perzeption und Verarbeitung chemischer Signale in Leguminosen: Aspekte zur Unterscheidung von Freund und Feind. University of Tübingen, Tübingen, DE, Dec 2003
2Heil M. Defensas activadas e indirectas de las plantas - Estudias en sitios naturales en México. Universidad del Mar, Campus Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca, MX, Nov 2003
3Mithöfer A. Plant pests: recognition and defence responses. International Potato Center, La Molina, PE, Nov 2003
4Mithöfer A. Plants under attack: the impact of chemical response. Universidad Católica del Perú, Lima, PE, Nov 2003
5Boland W. Plant defense-inducing N-acylgutamines from insect guts: structural diversity and microbe-assisted biosyntheses. Crop Science & Technology 2003, British Crop Protection Council, Glasgow, GB, Nov 2003
6Pohnert G. Dynamische Verteidigungsreaktionen von Algen. Auswahlkomission "Lichtenberg-Professur" der Volkswagen-Stiftung, Göttingen, DE, Nov 2003
7Pohnert G. Chemische Verteidigung in Algen. Botanisches Kolloquium, University of Göttingen, Albrecht-von-Haller-Institut für Pflanzenwissenschaften, Göttingen, DE, Nov 2003
8Boland W. Insects and Their Gut Bacteria Influence Plant Defense Reactions. ASOMPS XI 2003 (XIth Asian Symposium on Medicinal Plants), Chinese Academy of Sciences, Kunming Institute of Botany, Kunming, CN, Oct 2003 (invited)
9Mithöfer A. Plants and their living environment: how to discriminate friend and foe. University of Würzburg, Würzburg, DE, Oct 2003
10Pohnert G. Mechanismen der aktivierten chemischen Verteidigung von Kieselalgen. GDCh Jahrestagung Chemie 2003, Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh), München, DE, Oct 2003
11Søe A.R.B. Partitioning of soil respiration fluxes under elevated CO2. Annual meeting of the German Association of Stable Isotope Research, German Association for Stable Isotope Research (GASIR), Cologne, DE, Oct 2003
12Heil M. Costs of induced resistance to pathogens – new empirical evidence for an evolutionary concept. MPI for Plant Breeding Research, Cologne, DE, Jul 2003
13Mithöfer A. Aspects of friend and foe discrimination in legume-microbe interactions. University of Halle, Dept. of Agricultural Science, Halle (Saale), DE, Jul 2003
14Heil M. Indirekte Verteidigung bei Ameisenpflanzen - Anpassungen an eine erfolgreiche Symbiose. University of Regensburg, Regensburg, DE, Jul 2003
15Pohnert G. Oxylipin-mediated chemical defense of Diatoms. 2nd Joint Symposium on "Plant Oxylipins", EU-Consortium on Natural Oxylipins and Defence in Ornamentals (NODO), the Working Group on Non-Mammalian Eicosanoids, and the German Society for Fat Science (DGF), Göttingen, DE, Jun 2003
16Boland W. Monitoring plant volatile emission by Ultra Fast GC (zNoseTM). 3rd International Symposium on Insect Pheromones, Bäckaskog Castle, SE, May 2003 (invited)
17Pohnert G. Chemical defense strategies of algae. Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, US, May 2003
18Adolph S. Synthese und biologische Aktivität von a,b,g,d-ungesättigten Aldehyden aus Diatomeen. 25. Fränkisch-Mitteldeutsches Naturstoffchemiker-Treffen, MPI for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE, Apr 2003
19Mithöfer A. Interactions of plants with other organisms. NATURIA Workshop, Mexico City, MX, Apr 2003
20Pohnert G. Das Signal eines endophytischen Parasiten dient als Substrat für eine schnelle Verteidigungsreaktion der Rotalge Chondrus crispus. Chemiedozententagung 2003, Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh), Chemnitz, DE, Mar 2003 (invited)
21Mithöfer A. Identifizierung der Flavonsynthase II als ein Octadecanoid-induziertes Cytochrom P-450 in der Sojabohne. 16. Tagung "Molekularbiologie der Pflanzen", Dabringhausen, DE, Feb 2003
22Heil M. Ökologische und evolutionäre Aspekte induzierter und indirekter Verteidigung bei Pflanzen. University of Essen, Essen, DE, Jan 2003
23Pohnert G. Dynamic chemical defense strategies of Algae. University of Genève, Genf, CH, Jan 2003
24Wichard T. Activated chemical defense mechanism of diatoms. 26. Fränkisch-Mitteldeutsches Naturstoffchemiker-Treffen, Würzburg, DE, Jan 2003
2002
1Heil M. Indirekte und induzierte Verteidigung bei Pflanzen - Ökologische und evolutionäre Aspekte. University of Bielefeld, Bielefeld, DE, Dec 2002
2Kuhn J. Evolution of the transport system of defensive compounds in leaf beetle larvae. University of Berlin, Department of Biology, Berlin, DE, Dec 2002
3Pohnert G. Defensive strategies of algae. Seminar des SFB 454 Bodenseelitoral, University of Konstanz, Konstanz, DE, Dec 2002
4Boland W. GC-C-IRMS, as a method to analyze metabolic flux and origin of compounds. Green Institute Meeting (MPICOE, MPI-Golm, MPI-Köln), Harnack-Haus, Berlin, DE, Nov 2002 (invited)
5Kuhn J. Understanding sequestration. Thioglycosides as valuable tools to study ingestion of plant derived glycosides by insects. Green Institute Meeting (MPICOE, MPI-Golm, MPI-Köln), Harnack-Haus, Berlin, DE, Nov 2002
6Piel J. Non-cultured endosymbionts as producers of pharmaceutically relevant compounds: a genetic approach. Green Institute Meeting (MPICOE, MPI-Golm, MPI-Köln), Harnack-Haus, Berlin, DE, Nov 2002
7Piel J. Neues zur Biosynthese der Rubromycine. University of Göttingen, Göttingen, DE, Nov 2002
8Heil M. Indirect defence by ant-plants – regulatory processes in defensive ant-plants interactions. Botanikertagung 2002, Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, Freiburg, DE, Sep 2002 (invited)
9Heil M. Costs of induced resistance – new evidence for an old question. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Ökologie, Gesellschaft für Ökologie, Cottbus, DE, Sep 2002
10Piel J. Biosynthesis of a beetle defense metabolite by a bacterial symbiont. 3rd European Conference on Marine Natural Products, Schloss Elmau, Elmau, DE, Sep 2002 (invited)
11Pohnert G. Phospholipase activity triggers the wound-activated chemical defense in the diatom Thalassiosira rotula. 3rd European Conference on Marine Natural Products, Schloss Elmau, Elmau, DE, Sep 2002 (invited)
12Boland W. Classification of terpenoid biosynthesis according to the MEP- or MVA-pathway by isotope ratio mass spectroscopy. 19th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Hamburg, DE, Aug 2002 (invited)
13Kuhn J. Selective thioglycosid-transport from gut to defence glands in chrysomelid leaf beetles. 19th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Hamburg, DE, Aug 2002 (invited)
14Piel J. Biosynthesis of beetle defense compounds by a bacterial symbiont. 19th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Hamburg, DE, Aug 2002 (invited)
15Pohnert G. Phospholipase activity triggers the wound-activated chemical defense in the diatom Thalassiosira rotula. 19th ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Hamburg, DE, Aug 2002 (invited)
16Delaroque N. Keynote: What is new on Phaeoviruses ? Third algal virus workshop, Hiroshima, JP, May 2002
17Spiteller D. Neue N-Acyl-aminosäurekonjugate von herbivoren Insekten. 23. Fränkisch-Mitteldeutsches Naturstoffchemiker-Treffen, Leipzig, DE, Apr 2002
18Boland W. Classification of terpenoids according to the methylerythritol-phosphate or the mevalonate pathway with isotope ratio MS. Gordon Research Conference - Biology, Chemistry and Evolution of Floral Scent, Ventura, CA, US, Mar 2002 (invited)
19Piel J. Polyketide Biosynthesis in an Unculturable Bacterial Symbiont. Gordon Research Conference - Marine Natural Products, Ventura, CA, US, Mar 2002 (invited)
20Søe A.R.B. Partitioning of root and microbial respiration in a FACE experiment. The use of stable isotopes in ecology, Göttingen, DE, Mar 2002
21Piel J. Pederin-Biosynthese in einem symbiontischen Bakterium. 14. Irseer Naturstofftage, DECHEMA, Irsee, DE, Feb 2002
22Pohnert G. Dynamische Verteidigungsstrategien von Mikro- und Makroalgen. Biologische Anstalt Helgoland (BAH), Helgoland, DE, Feb 2002
23Pohnert G. Verwundungsaktivierte Verteidigung von Diatomeen und siphonalen Grünalgen. Institut für Meereskunde, Kiel, DE, Feb 2002
24Søe A.R.B. Variability of soil respiration in relation to soil water. Dynamik komplexer Ökosysteme, Jena, DE, Feb 2002
25Piel J. Modern methods of biosynthesis research. University of Prague, Prague, CZ, Jan 2002
26Piel J. Pederin - ein Käferkampfstoff produziert von bakteriellen Symbionten. University of Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf, DE, Jan 2002
27Piel J. Pederin - ein Käferkampfstoff produziert von bakteriellen Symbionten. University of Göttingen, Göttingen, DE, Jan 2002
28Piel J. Pederin, a beetle toxin synthesized by an unculturable bacterial symbiont. Naturstoffpool-Meeting, HKI Hans-Knöll-Institut, Jena, DE, Jan 2002
29Piel J. Polyketid-Biosynthese in einem nichtkultivierten bakteriellen Symbionten. BRAIN GmbH, Zwingenburg, DE, Jan 2002
30Piel J. Biosynthesis of a beetle defense metabolite by a bacterial symbiont. University of Tokyo, Tokyo, JP, Jan 2002 (invited)
31Piel J. Biosynthesis genes of pederin - a chemical weapon of beetles produced by a bacterial symbiont. University of Arizona, Tuscon, Az, US, Jan 2002
2001
1Boland W. Thioglycosides: valuable molecular probes for the analysis of sequestration processes in leaf beetle larvae. ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Lake Tahoe, NV, US, Jul 2001 (invited)
2Jung V. Chemical defense of the invasive green alga Caulerpa taxifolia. ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Lake Tahoe, NV, US, Jul 2001
3Spiteller D. Biosynthesis of N-acyl amino acids by gut bacteria. ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Lake Tahoe, NV, US, Jul 2001
4Boland W. Chemistry of Attraction and Defense in Macro- and Microalgae. PSA Meeting, Estes Park, CO, US, Jun 2001 (invited)
5Heil M. Costs of induced resistance - what do we know and what can they explain? Meeting of the IOBC-wprs Study Group "Induced resistance in plants against insects and diseases", Wageningen, NL, Apr 2001
6Heil M. Extrafloral nectar produced by Macaranga tanarius is an induced, indirect defence against herbivores. Meeting of the IOBC-wprs Study Group "Induced resistance in plants against insects and diseases", Wageningen, NL, Apr 2001
7Boland W. Differential induction of plant volatile biosynthesis by microbial and herbivore elicitors. Gordon Research Conference - Plant Herbivore Interactions, Ventura, CA, US, Feb 2001 (invited)
2000
1Spiteller D. N-Acylamino acid conjugates from insects. 3. Kurt-Mothes-Doktoranden-Workshop Sekundärstoffwechsel, Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie (IPB), Halle (Saale), DE, Sep 2000
2Boland W. Induction of Plant Volatile Biosynthesis by Microbial Elicitors and Herbivores. ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Poços de Caldas, BR, Aug 2000 (invited)
3Koch T. Ion Channel-forming Alamethicin is a Potent Elicitor of Volatile Biosynthesis and Tendril Coiling; Cross-Talk between Jasmonate and Salicylate Signaling in the Lima bean. ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Poços de Caldas, BR, Aug 2000
4Spiteller D. Endosymbiontische Bakterien als Produzenten von duftinduzierenden N-Acylaminosäurederivaten. Fränkisch-Mitteldeutsches Naturstoffchemiker-Treffen, Uni Leipzig, Leipzig, DE, May 2000
5Boland W. Chemical signals from micro- and macroalgae: biosynthesis and ecology. Gordon Research Conference - Marine Natural Products, Ventura, CA, US, Mar 2000 (invited)
1999
1Boland W. Induced Biosynthesis of Insect Semiochemicals in Plants. ISCE Meeting, International Society of Chemical Ecology, Marseille, FR, Nov 1999 (invited)
2Spiteller D. Chemie der Salivarsekrete von Lepidopteren. Fränkisch-Mitteldeutsches Naturstoffchemiker-Treffen, Bayreuth University, Bayreuth, DE, Oct 1999
3Boland W. Biosynthesis of homo- and norterpenes of floral scents. Gordon Research Conference - Biology, Chemistry and Evolution of Floral Scent, Oxford, GB, Sep 1999 (invited)
06-2
1Arias Cordero E. Persistence of the larval midgut microbiota in the adult of the forest cockchafer (Melolontha hippocastani). 8th Symposium, INRA-Rowett on Gut Microbiology, Gut Microbita, Friend or Foe?, Clermont-Ferand, FR, Jun 06-2
1Mithöfer A. Signaling in Plant-Insect Interactions: From Herbivore Recognition to Defenses. CNRS-Kolloquium, CNRS, Toulouse, FR, (invited)