Chapitres de livres
Turlings, T., Gouinguene, S., Degen, T., & Fritzsche-Hoballah, M. E. (2002). The chemical ecology of plant-caterpillar-parasitoid interactions. In T. Tscharntke, & B. Hawkins (Eds.) Multitrophic Level Interactions. (pp. 148-173). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Articles de périodiques
Fallet, P., Bazagwira, D., Guenat, J. M., Bustos Segura, C., Karangwa, P., Mukundwa, I. P., Kajuga, J., Degen, T., Toepfer, S., & Turlings, T. (2022). Laboratory and field trials reveal the potential of a gel formulation of entomopathogenic nematodes for the biological control of fall armyworm caterpillars (Spodoptera frugiperda). Biological Control, 176, 105086-105086.
Fallet, P., De Gianni, L., Machado, R. A. R., Bruno, P., Bernal, J. S., Karangwa, P., Kajuga, J., Waweru, B., Bazagwira, D., Degen, T., Toepfer, S., & Turlings, T. (2022). Comparative Screening of Mexican, Rwandan and Commercial Entomopathogenic Nematodes to Be Used against Invasive Fall Armyworm, Spodoptera frugiperda. Insects, 13(2), 205.
Ye, W., Bustos Segura, C., Degen, T., Erb, M., & Turlings, T. (2022). Belowground and aboveground herbivory differentially affect the transcriptome in roots and shoots of maize. Plant Direct, 6(:e426), 1-17.
Lin, T., Vrieling, K., Laplanche, D., Klinkhamer, P. G. L., Lou, Y., Bekooy, L., Degen, T., Bustos Segura, C., Turlings, T., & Desurmont, G. A. (2021). Evolutionary changes in an invasive plant support the defensive role of plant volatiles. Current Biology, 31, 3450-3456.
Xu, H., Zhou, G., Dötterl, S., Schäffler, I., von Arx, M., Röder, G., Degen, T., Chen, L., & Turlings, T. (2019). The combined use of an attractive and repellent sex pheromonal component by a gregarious parasitoid. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 45, 559-569.
Xu, H., Veyrat, N., Degen, T., & Turlings, T. (2014). Exceptional use of sex pheromones by parasitoids of the genus. Insects, 5(3), 499-512.
von Mérey, G. E., Veyrat, N., Simone De Lange, E., Degen, T., Mahuku, G., Valdez, R. L., Turlings, T., & D'Alessandro, M. (2012). Minor effects of two elicitors of insect and pathogen resistance on volatile emissions and parasitism of Spodoptera frugiperda in Mexican maize fields. Biological Control, 60(1), 7-15.
Degen, T., Bakalovic, N., Bergvinson, D., & Turlings, T. (2012). Differential performance and parasitism of caterpillars on maize inbred lines with distinctly different herbivore-induced volatile emissions. Plos One, 7(10), 1-13.
Turlings, T., Jeanbourquin, P., Held, M., & Degen, T. (2005). Evaluating the induced-odour emission of a Bt maize and its attractiveness to parasitic wasps. Transgenic Research, 14(6), 807-816.
Hoballah, M. E., Degen, T., Bergvinson, D., Savidan, A., Tamo, C., & Turlings, T. (2004). Occurrence and direct control potential of parasitoids and predators of the fall armyworm (Lepidoptera : Noctuidae) on maize in the subtropical lowlands of Mexico. Agricultural and Forest Entomology, 6(1), 83-88.
Degen, T., Dillmann, C., Marion-Poll, F., & Turlings, T. (2004). High genetic variability of herbivore-induced volatile emission within a broad range of maize inbred lines. Plant Physiology, 135(4), 1928-1938.
Gouinguene, S., Degen, T., & Turlings, T. (2001). Variability in herbivore-induced odour emissions among maize cultivars and their wild ancestors (teosinte). Chemoecology, 11(1), 9-16.
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