Anke Steppuhn
Anke Steppuhn
Professor of Molecular Botany, Universität Hohenheim Stuttgart
Email verificata su uni-hohenheim.de
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Nicotine's defensive function in nature
A Steppuhn, K Gase, B Krock, R Halitschke, IT Baldwin
PLoS Biol 2 (8), e217, 2004
4462004
Priming and memory of stress responses in organisms lacking a nervous system
M Hilker, J Schwachtje, M Baier, S Balazadeh, I Bäurle, S Geiselhardt, ...
Biological Reviews 91 (4), 1118-1133, 2016
2122016
Resistance management in a native plant: nicotine prevents herbivores from compensating for plant protease inhibitors
A Steppuhn, IT Baldwin
Ecology Letters 10 (6), 499-511, 2007
2122007
Natural history-driven, plant-mediated RNAi-based study reveals CYP6B46’s role in a nicotine-mediated antipredator herbivore defense
P Kumar, SS Pandit, A Steppuhn, IT Baldwin
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (4), 1245-1252, 2014
1012014
HPLC sugar analysis reveals the nutritional state and the feeding history of parasitoids
A Steppuhn, FL Wäckers
Functional Ecology, 812-819, 2004
972004
Characterizing nutritional state and food source use of parasitoids collected in fields with high and low nectar availability
FL Wäckers, A Steppuhn
IOBC WPRS Bulletin 26 (4), 203-208, 2003
902003
Individual variability in herbivore‐specific elicitors from the plant's perspective
AMY Roda, R Halitschke, A Steppuhn, IT Baldwin
Molecular Ecology 13 (8), 2421-2433, 2004
892004
Beyond predation: the zoophytophagous predator Macrolophus pygmaeus induces tomato resistance against spider mites
ML Pappas, A Steppuhn, D Geuss, N Topalidou, A Zografou, MW Sabelis, ...
PLoS One 10 (5), e0127251, 2015
532015
Induced defenses and the cost-benefit paradigm
A Steppuhn, IT Baldwin
Induced plant resistance to herbivory, 61-83, 2008
462008
Silencing jasmonate signalling and jasmonate‐mediated defences reveals different survival strategies between two Nicotiana attenuata accessions
A Steppuhn, MC Schuman, IT Baldwin
Molecular Ecology 17 (16), 3717-3732, 2008
432008
Oviposition by Spodoptera exigua on Nicotiana attenuata primes induced plant defence against larval herbivory
M Bandoly, M Hilker, A Steppuhn
The Plant Journal 83 (4), 661-672, 2015
412015
Drought and flooding have distinct effects on herbivore‐induced responses and resistance in Solanum dulcamara
D Nguyen, N D'Agostino, TOG Tytgat, P Sun, T Lortzing, EJW Visser, ...
Plant, cell & environment 39 (7), 1485-1499, 2016
362016
Specific foraging kairomones used by a generalist parasitoid
JLM Steidle, A Steppuhn, J Ruther
Journal of Chemical Ecology 29 (1), 131-143, 2003
362003
Induced plant defences in biological control of arthropod pests: a double‐edged sword
ML Pappas, C Broekgaarden, GD Broufas, MR Kant, GJ Messelink, ...
Pest management science 73 (9), 1780-1788, 2017
342017
Priming of anti‐herbivore defence in Nicotiana attenuata by insect oviposition: herbivore‐specific effects
M Bandoly, R Grichnik, M Hilker, A Steppuhn
Plant, Cell & Environment 39 (4), 848-859, 2016
302016
Volatile cues from different host complexes used for host location by the generalist parasitoid Lariophagus distinguendus (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae)
JLM Steidle, A Steppuhn, J Reinhard
Basic and Applied Ecology 2 (1), 45-51, 2001
292001
Jasmonate signalling in plants shapes plant–insect interaction ecology
T Lortzing, A Steppuhn
Current opinion in insect science 14, 32-39, 2016
282016
Nicotiana attenuata α‐DIOXYGENASE 1 through its production of 2‐hydroxylinolenic acid is required for intact plant defense expression against attack from Manduca sexta larvae
E Gaquerel, A Steppuhn, IT Baldwin
New Phytologist 196 (2), 574-585, 2012
272012
The two α-dox genes of Nicotiana attenuata: overlapping but distinct functions in development and stress responses
A Steppuhn, E Gaquerel, IT Baldwin
BMC plant biology 10 (1), 1-15, 2010
272010
The role of phytophagy by predators in shaping plant interactions with their pests
ML Pappas, A Steppuhn, GD Broufas
Communicative & Integrative Biology 9 (2), e0127251, 2016
242016
Il sistema al momento non può eseguire l'operazione. Riprova più tardi.
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