German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv)


Moreno-Pedraza, A., Gabriel, J., Treutler, H., Winkler, R., and Vergara, F. (2019). Effects of Water Availability in the Soil on Tropane Alkaloid Production in Cultivated Datura stramonium. Metabolites 9, 131.

Calf, O.W., Huber, H., Peters, J.L., Weinhold, A., Poeschl, Y., and van Dam, N.M. (2019). Gastropods and Insects Prefer Different Solanum dulcamara Chemotypes. J. Chem. Ecol. 45, 146–161.

Backmann, P., Grimm, V., Jetschke, G., Lin, Y., Vos, M., Baldwin, I.T., and van Dam, N.M. (2019). Delayed Chemical Defense: Timely Expulsion of Herbivores Can Reduce Competition with Neighboring Plants. Am. Nat. 193, 125–139.

Broekgaarden, C., Pelgrom, K.T.B., Bucher, J., van Dam, N.M., Grosser, K., Pieterse, C.M.J., van Kaauwen, M., Steenhuis, G., Voorrips, R.E., de Vos, M., et al. (2018). Combining QTL mapping with transcriptome and metabolome profiling reveals a possible role for ABA signaling in resistance against the cabbage whitefly in cabbage. PLoS ONE 13, e0206103.

Calf, O.W., Huber, H., Peters, J.L., Weinhold, A., and van Dam, N.M. (2018). Glycoalkaloid composition explains variation in slug resistance in Solanum dulcamara. Oecologia 187, 495–506.

Baaij, B.M., Kim, H.K., Grosser, K., Worrich, A., and de Jong, T.J. (2018). Slug herbivory on hybrids of the crop Brassica napus and its wild relative B. rapa. Basic and Applied Ecology 31, 52–60.

de Jong, T.J., Escobedo Quevedo, K., van der Veen-van Wijk, C. a. M., and Moshgani, M. (2018). Performance of aneuploid backcross hybrids between the crop Brassica napus and its wild relative B. rapa. Plant Biol (Stuttg) 20, 67–74.

Liese, R., Alings, K., and Meier, I.C. (2017). Root Branching Is a Leading Root Trait of the Plant Economics Spectrum in Temperate Trees. Front Plant Sci 8, 315.

Pappas, M.L., Liapoura, M., Papantoniou, D., Avramidou, M., Kavroulakis, N., Weinhold, A., Broufas, G.D., and Papadopoulou, K.K. (2018). The Beneficial Endophytic Fungus Fusariumsolani Strain K Alters Tomato Responses Against Spider Mites to the Benefit of the Plant. Front Plant Sci 9, 1603.

Peters, K., Worrich, A., Weinhold, A., Alka, O., Balcke, G., Birkemeyer, C., Bruelheide, H., Calf, O.W., Dietz, S., Dührkop, K., et al. (2018). Current Challenges in Plant Eco-Metabolomics. Int J Mol Sci 19



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