HR Excellence in Science

MSc. Leonardo Ré Jorge, Ph.D.

Pracovní zařazení 1 Vědecký pracovník - Laboratoř tropické ekologie
Oddělení ekologie
Entomologický ústav

Pracovní zařazení 2 Vědecký pracovník - Laboratoř multitrofických interakcí
Oddělení ekologie
Entomologický ústav

Kontaktní údaje +420 38 777 5031
leonardo.jorge@entu.cas.cz

Ostatní

Ekologie vztahů mezi rostlinami a hmyzem, potravní sítě, biostatistika

Celkem nalezeno: 30 záznamů
Finnie S., Butterill P. T., Novotný V., Redmond C. M., Ré Jorge L., Abe T., Lamarre G., Maicher V., Sam K. (2024) Vertical stratification and defensive traits of caterpillars against parasitoids in a lowland tropical forest in Cameroon. Oecologia 204: 915-930.
DOI: 10.1007/s00442-024-05542-x
Maglianesi M.A., Varassin I.G., Ávalos G., Ré Jorge L. (2024) A phylogenetic perspective on ecological specialisation reveals hummingbird and insect pollinators have generalist diets Oikos 2024: article number: e10208.
DOI: 10.1111/oik.10208
Sam K., Ré Jorge L., Koane B., Hazell R.J., Shearman P.L., Novotný V. (2024) Reorganization of bird communities along a rainforest elevation gradient during a strong El Niño event in Papua New Guinea. Ecology and Evolution 14: article number: e10955.
DOI: 10.1002/ece3.10955
Segar S. T., Ré Jorge L., Nicholls L., Basset Y. F., Rota J., Kaman O., Sisol M., Gewa B., Dahl C. N., Butterill P. T., Mezzomo P., Miller S., Weiblen G., Salminen J.-P., Novotný V., Volf M. (2024) Species swarms and their caterpillar colonisers: phylogeny and polyphenols determine host plant specificity in New Guinean Lepidoptera. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 11: article number: 1308608.
DOI: 10.3389/fevo.2023.1308608
Xiao X., Ré Jorge L., Volf M., Moos M., Gélin U., Finnie S., Freiberga I., Jančúchová Lásková J., Weiss M., Novotný V., Sam K. (2024) The effect of drought-induced leaf traits on Ficus leaf palatability is species specific. Ecosphere 15: article number: e4831.
DOI: 10.1002/ecs2.4831
Houska Tahadlová M., Mottl O., Ré Jorge L., Koane B., Novotný V., Sam K. (2023) Trophic cascades in tropical rainforests: Effects of vertebrate predator exclusion on arthropods and plants in Papua New Guinea Biotropica 55: 70-80.
DOI: 10.1111/btp.13160

Dokumenty ke stažení:
Tahadlova_2022 (pdf)
Kik A., Duda P., Bajzeková J., Baro N., Opasa R., Sosanika G., Ré Jorge L., West P., Sam K., Zrzavý J., Novotný V. (2023) Hunting skills and ethnobiological knowledge among the young, educated Papua New Guineans: Implications for conservation. Global Ecology and Conservation 43: article number: e02435.
DOI: 10.1016/j.gecco.2023.e02435
Mezzomo P., Weinhold A., Aurová K., Ré Jorge L., Kozel P., Michálek J., Nováková N., Seifert C.L., Volfová T., Engström M., Salminen J.-P., Sedio B.E., Volf M. (2023) Leaf volatile and nonvolatile metabolites show different levels of specificity in response to herbivory. Ecology and Evolution 13: article number: 10123.
DOI: 10.1002/ece3.10123
Sam K., Ré Jorge L., Koane B., Amick P., Sivault E. (2023) Vertebrates, but not ants, protect rainforest from herbivorous insects across elevations in Papua New Guinea. Journal of Biogeography 50: 1803-1816.
DOI: 10.1111/jbi.14686
Braga M.R., Ré Jorge L., Jahn A.E., Loyola R., Varela S. (2022) Future climate change will impact the migration of New World migrant flycatchers (Tyrannidae). Ornithology Research 30: 63-74.
DOI: 10.1007/s43388-022-00081-6
de Alvarenga A.M.S.B., Borges M.E., Ré Jorge L., Varassin I.G., Araújo S.B.L. (2022) Consumers’ active choice behavior promotes coevolutionary units in antagonistic networks. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 35: 134-145.
DOI: 10.1111/jeb.13956
Felix G.M., Pinheiro R.B.P., Ré Jorge L., Lewinsohn T. (2022) A framework for hierarchical compound topologies in species interaction networks. Oikos 2022: article number: e09538.
DOI: 10.1111/oik.09538
Leong J., Ré Jorge L., Seifert C.L., Volf M. (2022) Quantity and specialisation matter: Effects of quantitative and qualitative variation in willow chemistry on resource preference in leaf-chewing insects. Insect Conservation and Diversity 15: 453-460.
DOI: 10.1111/icad.12559
Lewinsohn T., Almeida-Neto M., Almeida A., Prado P.I., Ré Jorge L. (2022) From insect-plant interactions to ecological networks Biota Neotropica 22: e20221399.
DOI: 10.1590/1676-0611-BN-2022-1399

Dokumenty ke stažení:
Lewinsohn2022FromInsectPlantInteractions (pdf)
Mäntylä E., Ré Jorge L., Koane B., Sam K., Segar S. T., Volf M., Weinhold A., Novotný V. (2022) Ficus trees with upregulated or downregulated defence did not impact predation on their neighbours in a tropical rainforest. Arthropod-Plant Interactions 16: 285-296.
DOI: 10.1007/s11829-022-09892-2
Volf M., Volfová T., Seifert C. L., Ludwig A., Engelmann R.A., Ré Jorge L., Richter R., Schedl A., Weinhold A., Wirth C., van Dam N.M. (2022) A mosaic of induced and non‐induced branches promotes variation in leaf traits, predation and insect herbivore assemblages in canopy trees. Ecology Letters 25: 729-739.
DOI: 10.1111/ele.13943
Basset Y. F., Ré Jorge L., Butterill P. T., Lamarre G., Dahl C. N., Čtvrtečka R., Gripenberg S., Lewis O., Barrios H., Brown J. W., et al., Kaman O., Klimeš P., Knížek M., Miller S., Morse G.E., Novotný V., et al., Weiblen G., Wright S., Segar S.T. (2021) Host specificity and interaction networks of insect feeding on seeds and fruits in tropical rainforests. Oikos 130: 1462-1476.
DOI: 10.1111/oik.08152
Butterill P. T., Ré Jorge L., Xing S., Fayle T. M. (2021) LifeWebs: A (global) database of bipartite ecological interaction networks. Biodiversity Information Science and Standards 5: e75626 (Conference Abstract).
DOI: 10.3897/biss.5.75626
de Brito V.L.G., Leite F.B., Ré Jorge L., Sazima M. (2021) Distinct pollen release dynamics between stamens generate division of labour in pollen flowers of two Pleroma species (Melastomataceae). Flora 285: article number: 151961.
DOI: 10.1016/j.flora.2021.151961
de Brito V.L.G., Leite F.B., Telles F.J., Ré Jorge L., Sazima M. (2021) The attractive role of floral elements in heterantherous species without pronounced stamen differences. Arthropod-Plant Interactions 15: 23-31.
DOI: 10.1007/s11829-020-09794-1

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