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 Ph.D. Yu Okamura

   Department of Insect Symbiosis
   Host Plant Adaptation
 Phone:+49 (0)3641 57 1520Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology
 Fax:+49 (0)3641 57 1502Hans-Knöll-Straße 8
  emailD-07745 Jena

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Oral Presentations

Okamura Y. (2021). Re-igniting the mustard oil bomb: knocking out key host plant adaptive genes in Pieris butterfly larvae. Talk presented at 36th ISCE Meeting "Chemical Ecology and Sustainable Development", International Society of Chemical Ecology (virtual), Stellenbosch, ZA
Okamura Y. (2020). ?Re-igniting the mustard oil bomb: knocking out key host plant adaptive genes in Pieris butterfly larvae. Talk presented at Institute Symposium, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE
Okamura Y. (2019). How Pieris butterfly larvae overcome diverse glucosinolate defenses in their host plants. Talk presented at Institute Symposium, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, DE

Poster Presentations

Lyu H., Okamura Y., Vogel H., Paetz C. (2021). Biosynthesis of phenylphenalenones in the seeds of Musella lasiocarpa (Golden Lotus Banana). Poster presented at 20th IMPRS Symposium, International Max Planck Research School "The Exploration of Ecological Interactions with Molecular and Chemical Techniques" (virtual), Jena, DE
Schnurrer F.M., Okamura Y., Kim J., Vogel H., Wielsch N., Paetz C. (2019). Cerura vinula: Salicinoid metabolism in a specialist herbivore. Poster presented at 18th IMPRS Symposium, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, IMPRS, Dornburg, DE
Okamura Y. (2019). Evolutionary dynamics of host plant adaptive genes in Pieris butterflies” Gordon Research Conference on Plant-Herbivore Interaction. Poster presented at Gordon Research Conference - Plant-Herbivore Interaction: Advancing Plant-Herbivore Interactions Through Complementary Approaches and the Blurring of Disciplinary Boundaries, Gordon Research Conferences, Ventura, CA, US
Okamura Y., Vogel H., Heckel D.G. (2018). Pieris butterflies use two adaptive genes to overcome a broader range of chemical defenses in their host plants. Poster presented at Institute Symposium, MPI für Chemische Ökologie, Jena, DE
Okamura Y. (2017). Pieris butterfly regulates two genes differently to deal with wide range of Brassicaceae host plants. Poster presented at 4th International Glucosinolate Conference 2017, Berlin, DE
Okamura Y. (2017). Pieris butterflies regulate two genes differently for adapting to wide range of Brassicaceae host plants. Poster presented at 16th Symposium on Insect-Plant Interactions, Tours, FR