Publications of Julia Bing

Journal Article (7)

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Bing, J.; Li, X.; Haverkamp, A.; Baldwin, I. T.; Hansson, B. S.; Knaden, M.; Yon, F.: Variation in Manduca sexta pollination-related floral traits and reproduction in a wild tobacco plant. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 9, 680463 (2021)
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Guo, H.; Lackus, N.; Köllner, T. G.; Li, R.; Bing, J.; Wang, Y.; Baldwin, I. T.; Xu, S.: Evolution of a novel and adaptive floral scent in wild tobacco. Molecular Biology and Evolution 37 (4), pp. 1090 - 1099 (2020)
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Kessler, D.; Bing, J.; Haverkamp, A.; Baldwin, I. T.: The defensive function of a pollinator‐attracting floral volatile. Functional Ecology 33 (7), pp. 1223 - 1232 (2019)
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Li, R.; Schuman, M. C.; Wang, Y.; Cortés Llorca, L.; Bing, J.; Bennion, A.; Halitschke, R.; Baldwin, I. T.: Jasmonate signaling makes flowers attractive to pollinators and repellant to florivores in nature. Journal of Integrative Plant Biology 60 (3), pp. 190 - 194 (2018)
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Bing, J.; Kessler, D.: Pollination: Solar flower power. eLife 6, e33591 (2017)
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Zhou, W.; Kügler, A.; McGale, E.; Haverkamp, A.; Knaden, M.; Guo, H.; Beran, F.; Yon, F.; Li, R.; Lackus, N. et al.; Köllner, T. G.; Bing, J.; Schuman, M. C.; Hansson, B. S.; Kessler, D.; Baldwin, I. T.; Xu, S.: Tissue-specific emission of (E)-a-bergamotene helps resolve the dilemma when pollinators are also herbivores. Current Biology 27 (9), pp. 1336 - 1341 (2017)
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Haverkamp, A.; Bing, J.; Badeke, E.; Hansson, B. S.; Knaden, M.: Innate olfactory preferences for flowers matching proboscis length ensure optimal energy gain in a hawkmoth. Nature Communications 7, 11644 (2016)

Thesis - State examination (1)

Thesis - State examination
Bing, J.: The better the fit, the bigger the profit – Quantifying the interaction between the pollinator Manduca sexta and Nicotiana-flowers. Staatsexamen, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Jena (2014)
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