Publications of Silke Allmann

Journal Article (9)

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Schuman, M. C.; Allmann, S.; Baldwin, I. T.: Plant defense phenotypes determine the consequences of volatile emission for individuals and neighbors. eLife 4, e04490 (2015)
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Allmann, S.; Späthe, A.; Bisch-Knaden, S.; Kallenbach, M.; Reinecke, A.; Sachse, S.; Baldwin, I. T.; Hansson, B.: Feeding-induced rearrangement of green leaf volatiles reduces moth oviposition. eLife 2013 (2), e00421 (2013)
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Diezel, C.; Allmann, S.; Baldwin, I. T.: Mechanisms of optimal defense patterns in Nicotiana attenuata: Flowering attenuates herbivory-elicited ethylene and jasmonate signaling. Journal of Integrative Plant Biology 53 (12), pp. 971 - 983 (2011)
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Kallenbach, M.; Gilardoni, P. A.; Allmann, S.; Baldwin, I. T.; Bonaventure, G.: C12 derivatives of the HPL pathway are produced by product-recycling through LOX2 1 in Nicotiana attenuata leaves. New Phytologist 191 (4), pp. 1054 - 1068 (2011)
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Allmann, S.; Baldwin, I. T.: Insects betray themselves in nature to predators by rapid isomerization of green leaf volatiles. Science 329, pp. 1075 - 1078 (2010)
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Allmann, S.; Halitschke, R.; Schuurink, R. C.; Baldwin, I. T.: Oxylipin channelling in Nicotiana attenuata: Lipoxygenase 2 supplies substrates for green leaf volatile production. Plant, Cell and Environment 33 (12), pp. 2028 - 2040 (2010)
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Ament, K.; Krasikov, V.; Allmann, S.; Rep, M.; Takken, F. L.W.; Schuurink, R. C.: Methyl salicylate production in tomato affects biotic interactions. The Plant Journal 62, pp. 124 - 134 (2010)
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Govind, G.; Mittapalli, O.; Griebel, T.; Allmann, S.; Böcker, S.; Baldwin, I. T.: Unbiased transcriptional comparisons of generalist and specialist herbivores feeding on progressively defenseless Nicotiana attenuata plants. PLoS ONE 5 (1), p. e8735 (2010)
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Wang, L.; Allmann, S.; Wu, J.; Baldwin, I. T.: Comparisons of LIPOXYGENASE3- and JASMONATE-RESISTANT4/6-silenced plants reveal that jasmonic acid and jasmonic acid-amino acid conjugates play different roles in herbivore resistance of Nicotiana attenuata. Plant Physiology 146 (3), pp. 904 - 915 (2008)

Thesis - PhD (1)

Thesis - PhD
Allmann, S.: Isomers of green leaf volatiles in Nicotiana attenuata and their role in plant-insect interactions. Dissertation, 182 pp., University, Amsterdam (2012)
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