Abteilung Molekulare Ökologie

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Steppuhn, A.; Gase, K.; Krock, B.; Halitschke, R.; Baldwin, I. T.: Nicotine’s defensive function in nature. PLoS Biology 2 (8), S. e217 (2004)
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Steppuhn, A.; Wackers, F. L.: HPLC sugar analysis reveals the nutritional state and the feeding history of parasitoids. Functional Ecology 18 (6), S. 812 - 819 (2004)
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van Dam, N.; Witjes, L.; Svatoš, A.: Interactions between aboveground and belowground induction of glucosinolates in two wild Brassica species. New Phytologist 161 (3), S. 801 - 810 (2004)
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Voelckel, C.; Baldwin, I. T.: Herbivore-induced plant vaccination. Part II. Array-studies reveal the transience of herbivore-specific transcriptional imprints and a distinct imprint from stress combinations. The Plant Journal 38 (4), S. 650 - 663 (2004)
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Voelckel, C.; Baldwin, I. T.: Generalist and specialist lepidopteran larvae elicit different transcriptional responses in Nicotiana attenuata, which correlate with larval FAC profiles. Ecology Letters 7 (9), S. 770 - 775 (2004)
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Voelckel, C.; Weisser, W. W.; Baldwin, I. T.: An analysis of plant-aphid interactions by different microarray hybridization strategies. Molecular Ecology 13, S. 3187 - 3195 (2004)
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von Dahl, C. C.; Baldwin, I. T.: Methyl jasmonate and cis-jasmone do not dispose of the herbivore-induced jasmonate burst in Nicotiana attenuata. Physiologia Plantarum 120 (3), S. 474 - 481 (2004)
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Zavala, J. A.; Patankar, A. G.; Gase, K.; Baldwin, I. T.: Constitutive and inducible trypsin proteinase inhibitor production incurs large fitness costs in Nicotiana attenuata. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 101 (6), S. 1607 - 1612 (2004)
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Zavala, J. A.; Patankar, A. G.; Gase, K.; Hui, D. Q.; Baldwin, I. T.: Manipulation of endogenous trypsin proteinase inhibitor production in Nicotiana attenuata demonstrates their function as antiherbivore defenses. Plant Physiology 134 (3), S. 1181 - 1190 (2004)
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Zavala, J. A.; Baldwin, I. T.: Fitness benefits of trypsin proteinase inhibitor expression in Nicotiana attenuata are greater than their costs when plants are attacked. BMC Ecology 4, S. 11 (2004)

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Voelckel, C.; Baldwin, I. T.: Herbivore-specific transcriptional responses and their research potential for ecosystem studies. In: Insects and Ecosystem Function, S. 357 - 379 (Hg. Weisser, W. W.; Siemann, E.) (2004)
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