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Exploitation of herbivore-induced plant odors by host-seeking parasitic wasps
TCJ Turlings, JH Tumlinson, WJ Lewis
Science 250 (4985), 1251-1253, 1990
19471990
Recruitment of entomopathogenic nematodes by insect-damaged maize roots
S Rasmann, TG Köllner, J Degenhardt, I Hiltpold, S Toepfer, U Kuhlmann, ...
Nature 434 (7034), 732-737, 2005
12492005
An elicitor of plant volatiles from beet armyworm oral secretion
HT Alborn, TCJ Turlings, TH Jones, G Stenhagen, JH Loughrin, ...
Science 276 (5314), 945-949, 1997
11711997
How caterpillar-damaged plants protect themselves by attracting parasitic wasps.
TC Turlings, JH Loughrin, PJ Mccall, US Röse, WJ Lewis, JH Tumlinson
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 92 (10), 4169-4174, 1995
9101995
Learning of host-finding cues by hymenopterous parasitoids
TCL Turlings, FL Wäckers, LEM Vet, WJ Lewis, JH Tumlinson
Insect learning, 51-78, 1993
6411993
The products of a single maize sesquiterpene synthase form a volatile defense signal that attracts natural enemies of maize herbivores
C Schnee, TG Köllner, M Held, TCJ Turlings, J Gershenzon, J Degenhardt
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (4), 1129-1134, 2006
5812006
The effects of abiotic factors on induced volatile emissions in corn plants
SP Gouinguené, TCJ Turlings
Plant Physiology 129 (3), 1296-1307, 2002
5802002
Systemic release of chemical signals by herbivore-injured corn.
TC Turlings, JH Tumlinson
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 89 (17), 8399-8402, 1992
4921992
Diurnal cycle of emission of induced volatile terpenoids by herbivore-injured cotton plant.
JH Loughrin, ARA Manukian, RR Heath, TC Turlings, JH Tumlinson
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 91 (25), 11836-11840, 1994
4891994
Priming by airborne signals boosts direct and indirect resistance in maize
J Ton, M D'Alessandro, V Jourdie, G Jakab, D Karlen, M Held, ...
The Plant Journal 49 (1), 16-26, 2007
4572007
Recruitment of predators and parasitoids by herbivore-injured plants
TCJ Turlings, F Wäckers
Advances in insect chemical ecology 2, 21-75, 2004
4142004
A Maize (E)-β-Caryophyllene Synthase Implicated in Indirect Defense Responses against Herbivores Is Not Expressed in Most American Maize Varieties
TG Kollner, M Held, C Lenk, I Hiltpold, TCJ Turlings, J Gershenzon, ...
The Plant Cell 20 (2), 482-494, 2008
4122008
Isolation and identification of allelochemicals that attract the larval parasitoid, Cotesia marginiventris (Cresson), to the microhabitat of one of its hosts
TCJ Turlings, JH Tumlinson, RR Heath, AT Proveaux, RE Doolittle
Journal of chemical ecology 17 (11), 2235-2251, 1991
3751991
An elicitor in caterpillar oral secretions that induces corn seedlings to emit chemical signals attractive to parasitic wasps
TCJ Turlings, PJ McCall, HT Alborn, JH Tumlinson
Journal of Chemical Ecology 19 (3), 411-425, 1993
3701993
Tritrophic interactions mediated by herbivore-induced plant volatiles: mechanisms, ecological relevance, and application potential
TCJ Turlings, M Erb
Annual review of entomology 63, 433-452, 2018
3622018
Herbivore‐induced emissions of maize volatiles repel the corn leaf aphid, Rhopalosiphum maidis
ML Bernasconi, TCJ Turlings, L Ambrosetti, P Bassetti, S Dorn
Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 87 (2), 133-142, 1998
3391998
Restoring a maize root signal that attracts insect-killing nematodes to control a major pest
J Degenhardt, I Hiltpold, TG Köllner, M Frey, A Gierl, J Gershenzon, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (32), 13213-13218, 2009
3352009
Timing of induced volatile emissions in maize seedlings
TCJ Turlings, UB Lengwiler, ML Bernasconi, D Wechsler
Planta 207 (1), 146-152, 1998
3341998
High genetic variability of herbivore-induced volatile emission within a broad range of maize inbred lines
T Degen, C Dillmann, F Marion-Poll, TCJ Turlings
Plant physiology 135 (4), 1928-1938, 2004
3192004
The induction of volatile emissions in maize by three herbivore species with different feeding habits: possible consequences for their natural enemies
TCJ Turlings, M Bernasconi, R Bertossa, F Bigler, G Caloz, S Dorn
Biological control 11 (2), 122-129, 1998
3071998
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