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Hiltpold, I., Geoffrey, J., & Turlings, T. (2014). The dual effects of root-cap exudates on nematodes: from quiescence in plant-parasitic nematodes to frenzy in entomopathogenic nematodes. Journal of Experimental Botany.
   
Robert, C. A. M., Erb, M., Hiltpold, I., Hibbard, B. E., Gaillard, M. D. P., Bilat, J., Degenhardt, J., Cambet-Petit-Jean, X., Turlings, T., & Zwahlen, C. (2013). Genetically engineered maize plants reveal distinct costs and benefits of constitutive volatile emissions in the field. Plant Biotechnology Journal, 11(5), 628-639.
   
Turlings, T., Hiltpold, I., & Rasmann, S. (2012). The importance of root-produced volatiles as foraging cues for entomopathogenic nematodes. Plant and Soil, 358, 51-60.
   
Turlings, T., Hiltpold, I., & Rasmann, S. (2012). The importance of root-produced volatiles as foraging cues for entomopathogenic nematodes (Marschner Review for the "Rhizosphere 3" Special Issue). Plant and Soil, 358(1-2), 47-56.
   
Hiltpold, I., Hibbard, B. E., French, B. W., & Turlings, T. (2012). Capsules containing entomopathogenic nematodes as a Trojan horse approach to control the western corn rootworm. Plant and Soil, 358(1-2), 10-24.
   
Hiltpold, I., & Turlings, T. (2012). Manipulation of chemically mediated interactions in agricultural soils to enhance the control of crop pests and to improve crop yield. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 38(6), 641-650.
   
Hiltpold, I., Erb, M., Robert, C. A. M., & Turlings, T. (2011). Systemic root signalling in a belowground, volatile-mediated tritrophic interaction. Plant Cell and Environment, 34(8), 1267-1275.
   
Hiltpold, I., Baroni, M., Toepfer, S., Kuhlmann, U., & Turlings, T. (2010). Selection of entomopathogenic nematodes for enhanced responsiveness to a volatile root signal helps to control a major root pest. Journal of Experimental Biology, 213(14), 2417-2423.
   
Hiltpold, I., Baroni, M., Toepfer, S., Kuhlmann, U., & Turlings, T. (2010). Selective breeding of entomopathogenic nematodes for enhanced attraction to a root signal did not reduce their establishment or persistence after field release. Plant Signaling & Behavior, 5(11), 1450-1452.
   
Hiltpold, I., Toepfer, S., Kuhlmann, U., & Turlings, T. (2010). How maize root volatiles affect the efficacy of entomopathogenic nematodes in controlling the western corn rootworm?. Chemoecology, 20(2), 155-162.
   
Held, M., D'Alessandro, M., Hiltpold, I., & Turlings, T. (2010). The Cry of the Corn (Der Hilfeschrei des Mais). Nachrichten Aus Der Chemie, 58(9), 914-914.
   
Held, M., D'Alessandro, M., Hiltpold, I., & Turlings, T. (2010). The role of volatile organic compounds in the indirect defense of plants against insect herbivores above- and belowground. Chimia, 64(5).
   
Degenhardt, J., Hiltpold, I., Köllner, T. G., Frey, M., Gierl, A., Gershenzon, J., Hibbard, B. E., Ellersieck, M. R., & Turlings, T. (2009). Restoring a maize root signal that attracts insect-killing nematodes to control a major pest. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 106(32), 13213-13218.
   
Kurtz, B., Hiltpold, I., Turlings, T., Kuhlmann, U., & Toepfer, S. (2009). Comparative susceptibility of larval instars and pupae of the western corn rootworm to infection by three entomopathogenic nematodes. Biocontrol, 54(2), 255-262.
   
Kollner, T. G., Held, M., Lenk, C., Hiltpold, I., Turlings, T., Gershenzon, J., & Degenhardt, J. (2008). A maize (E)-beta-caryophyllene synthase implicated in indirect defense responses against herbivores is not expressed in most American maize varieties. Plant Cell, 20(2), 482-494.
   
Hiltpold, I., & Turlings, T. (2008). Belowground chemical signaling in maize: When simplicity rhymes with efficiency. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 34(5), 628-635.
   
Rasmann, S., Kollner, T. G., Degenhardt, J., Hiltpold, I., Toepfer, S., Kuhlmann, U., Gershenzon, J., & Turlings, T. (2005). Recruitment of entomopathogenic nematodes by insect-damaged maize roots. Nature, 434(7034), 732-737.
   
 
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