Abteilung Molekulare Ökologie

Buchkapitel (20)

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Schuman, M. C.; Baldwin, I. T.: Asking the ecosystem if herbivory-inducible plant volatiles (HIPVs) have defensive functions. In: The ecology of plant secondary metabolites: genes to global processes, S. 287 - 307 (Hg. Iason , G.R.; Dicke, M.; Hartley, S.E.). Cambridge University Press (2012)
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Hartl, M.; Kellmann, J.-W.; Baldwin, I. T.: Ökologische Gentechnik - Wie Gentechnik und Freilandversuche zu einem besseren Verständnis von Ökosystemen beitragen. In: Aus den Elfenbeintürmen der Wissenschaft 5 - XLAB Science Festival, S. 47 - 84 (Hg. Neher, E.M.). Wallstein-Verlag, Göttingen (2011)
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Schmidt, D. D.; Kant, M. R.; Baldwin, I. T.: Molecular ecology of plant competition. In: Weedy and Invasive Plant Genomics, S. 197 - 220 (Hg. Stewart Jr., C. N.) (2009)
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Steppuhn, A.; Baldwin, I. T.: Induced defenses and the cost-benefit paradigm. In: Induced Plant Resistance to Herbivory, S. 61 - 83 (Hg. Schaller, A.). Springer-Verlag, Berlin [u.a.] (2008)
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Galis, I.; Matsuoka, K.: Transcriptomic analysis of salicylic acid-responsive genes in tobacco BY-2 cells. In: Salicylic Acid: A Plant Hormone, S. 371 - 396 (Hg. Hayat, S.; Ahmad, A.). Springer, Dordrecht (2007)
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Tretyakov, A.; Mrotzek, G.; Wu, J.; Baldwin, I. T.; Saluz, H. P.: Rapid heatblock thermocycling of small samples: a path to fast, low-cost plant genotyping. In: Floriculture, Ornamental and Plant Biotechnology, Bd. 5, S. 225 - 230 (Hg. Silva, T. D.). Global Science Books, Isleworth (2006)
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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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Baldwin, I. T.: Unraveling the function of secondary metabolites. In: Plant Physiology Online, 3 Aufl., S. Essay 13.1 (Hg. Taiz, L.; Zeiger, E.). Sinauer, Sunderland, Ma (2002)
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Baldwin, I. T.: The jasmonate cascade and the complexity of induced defense against herbivore attack. In: Functions of Plant Secondary Metabolites and their Exploitation in Biotechnology, S. 155 - 186 (Hg. Wink, M.). Sheffield Academic Press, Kent (1999)
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Baldwin, I. T.: Functional interactions in the use of direct and indirect defences in native Nicotiana plants. In: Insect-Plant Interactions and Induced Plant Defence, S. 74 - 94 (Hg. Chadwick, D. J.; Goode, J. A.). Wiley, Chichester (1999)

Buch (2)

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Karban, R.; Baldwin, I. T.: Induced responses to herbivory. Univ. of Chicago Press, Chicago [u.a.] (1997), IX, 319 S S.
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Krügel, T.: Flächen- und Gebäudeentwicklung des heutigen Botanischen Gartens in Jena. ReFIT, Jena (1997), 43 S.

Film (5)

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Baldwin, I. T.: How do plant genomes develop different phenotypes depending on their environment. (2018)
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Schuman, M. C.: Why and how do plants emit volatile compounds when defending themselves against herbivores? (2018)
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Baldwin, I. T.: On becoming (and remaining) a plant scientist in the genomics era’. (2017)
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Baldwin, I. T.: What new insights into plants‘ defense mechanisms can be gained by studying their interactions with their habitat? (2016)
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Baldwin, I. T.: Studying a plant’s ecological interactions in the genomics era: The story of Nicotiana attenuata; Part 1: A short biased history of an interdisciplinary field. (2016)
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