HR Excellence in Science
Celkem nalezeno: 40 záznamů
Molleman F., Mandal M., Sokól-Letowska A., Walczak U., Volf M., Mallick S., Moos M., Vodrážka P., Prinzing A., Mezzomo P. (2024) Simulated Herbivory Affects the Volatile Emissions of Oak Saplings, while Neighbourhood Affects Flavan-3-ols Content of Their Leaves. Journal of Chemical Ecology Early View: DOI: 10.1007/s10886-024-01471-4
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
Seifert C.L., Moos M., Volf M. (2024) Different fates of metabolites and small variation in chemical composition characterise frass chemistry in a specialist caterpillar. Physiological Entomology 49: 110-117.
DOI: 10.1111/phen.12429
Volf M., Fontanilla A., Vanhakylä S., Abe T., Libra M., Kogo R., Lilip R., Kamata N., Murakami M., Novotný V., Salminen J.-P., Segar S.T. (2024) High intraspecific variability and previous experience affect polyphenol metabolism in polyphagous Lymantria mathura caterpillars. Ecology and Evolution 14: article number: e10973.
DOI: 10.1002/ece3.10973
Volf M., Renoult S., Panthee S., van Dam N.M. (2024) Quantifying various aspects of chemical diversity in hybrid plants can help understanding ecological consequences of hybridization. American Journal of Botany 111: article number: e16283.
DOI: 10.1002/ajb2.16283
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
Volf M., Leong J., de Lima Ferreira P., Volfová T., Kozel P., Matos Maravi P. F., Hörandl E., Wagner N.D., Luntamo N., Salminen J.-P., Segar S.T., Sedio B.E. (2023) Contrasting levels of β-diversity and underlying phylogenetic trends indicate different paths to chemical diversity in highland and lowland willow species. Ecology Letters 26: 1599-1571.
DOI: 10.1111/ele.14273
Fontanilla A., Aubona G., Sisol M., Kuukkanen I., Salminen J.-P., Miller S., Holloway J., Novotný V., Volf M., Segar S.T. (2022) What goes in must come out? The metabolic profile of plants and caterpillars, frass, and adults of Asota (Erebidae: Aganainae) feeding on Ficus (Moraceae) in New Guinea. Journal of Chemical Ecology 48: 718-729.
DOI: 10.1007/s10886-022-01379-x
Kozel P., Leong J., Malenovský I., Šumpich J., Macek J., Michálek J., Nováková N., Sedio B.E., Seifert C.L., Volf M. (2022) Specialised chemistry affects insect abundance but not overal community similarity in three rare shrub willows: Salix myrtilloides, S. repens and S. rosmarinifolia. European Journal of Entomology 119: 368-378.
DOI: 10.14411/eje.2022.038
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
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., Hörandl E., Wagner N.D., Luntamo N., Salminen J.-P., Sedio B.E. (2022) Abiotic stress rather than biotic interactions drives contrasting trends in chemical richness and variation in alpine willows Functional Ecology 36: 2701-2712.
DOI: 10.1111/1365-2435.14169
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
Abe T., Volf M., Libra M., Kumar R., Abe H., Fukushima H., Lilip R., Salminen J.-P., Novotný V., Kamata N., Murakami M. (2021) Effects of plant traits on caterpillar communities depend on host specialisation. Insect Conservation and Diversity 14: 756-767.
DOI: 10.1111/icad.12510
Seifert C. L., Ré Jorge L., Volf M., Wagner D.L., Lamarre G., Miller S., Gonzalez-Akre E., Anderson-Teixeira K., Novotný V. (2021) Seasonality affects specialisation of a temperate forest herbivore community. Oikos 130: 1450-1461.
DOI: 10.1111/oik.08265
Volf M., Weinhold A., Seifert C. L., Holicová T., Uthe H., Alander E., Richter R., Salminen J.-P., Wirth C., van Dam N.M. (2021) Branch-localized induction promotes efficacy of volatile defences and herbivore predation in trees. Journal of Chemical Ecology 47: 99-111.
DOI: 10.1007/s10886-020-01232-z
Wagner N.D., Volf M., Hörandl E. (2021) Highly Diverse Shrub Willows (Salix L.) Share Highly Similar Plastomes. Frontiers in Plant Science 12: 662715.
DOI: 10.3389/fpls.2021.662715
Klimm F.S., Weinhold A., Volf M. (2020) Volatile production differs between oak leaves infested by leaf-miner Phyllonorycter harrisella (Lepidoptera: Gracillariidae) and galler Neuroterus quercusbaccarum (Hymenoptera: Cynipidae). European Journal of Entomology 117: 101-109.
DOI: 10.14411/eje.2020.011
Mottl O., Fibich P., Klimeš P., Volf M., Tropek R., Anderson-Teixeira K., Auga J., Blair T., Butterill P. T., Carscallen G., Gonzalez-Akre E., Goodman A., Kaman O., Lamarre G., Libra M., Losada M.E., Manumbor M., Miller S., Molem K., Nichols G., Plowman N., Redmond C. M., Seifert C. L., Vrána J., Weiblen G., Novotný V. (2020) Spatial covariance of herbivorous and predatory guilds of forest canopy arthropods along a latitudinal gradient. Ecology Letters 23: 1499–1510.
DOI: 10.1111/ele.13579
Sam K., Koane B., Sam L., Mrázová A., Segar S. T., Volf M., Moos M., Šimek P., Sisol M., Novotný V. (2020) Insect herbivory and herbivores of Ficus species along a rain forest elevational gradient on Papua New Guinea. Biotropica 52: 263-276.
DOI: 10.1111/btp.12741

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