Publications

  

 

 

Publications in recent years:

Poelman, E.H., Cusumano, A., de Boer, J.G. 2022. The Ecology of Hyperparasitoids. Annual Review of Entomology 67

Gloder, G., Bourne, M.E., Verreth, C., Wilberts, L., Bossaert, S., Crauwels, S., Dicke, M., Poelman, E.H., Jacquemyn, H., Lievens, B. 2021. Parasitism by endoparasitoid wasps alters the internal but not the external microbiome in host caterpillars. Animal Microbiome 3: 1-15

Mertens, D., Fernández de Bobadilla, M., Rusman, Q., Bloem, J., Douma, J.C., Poelman, E.H. 2021. Plant defence to sequential attack is adapted to prevalent herbivores. Nature Plants 7: 1347-1353

Cusumano, A., Urbach, S., Legeai, F., Ravallec, M., Dicke, M., Poelman, E.H., Volkoff, A.-N. 2021. Plant‐phenotypic changes induced by parasitoid ichnoviruses enhance the performance of both unparasitized and parasitized caterpillars. Molecular Ecology 30: 4567-4583

Mertens, D., Bouwmeester, K., Poelman, E.H. 2021. Intraspecific variation in plant‐associated herbivore communities is phylogenetically structured in Brassicaceae. Ecology Letters 24: 2314–2327

Griese, E., Caarls, L., Bassetti, N., Mohammadin, S., Verbaarschot, P., Bukovinszkine’Kiss, G., Poelman, E.H., Gols, R., Schranz, M.E., Fatouros, N.E. 2021. Insect egg‐killing: a new front on the evolutionary arms‐race between brassicaceous plants and pierid butterflies. New Phytologist 230: 341-353

Duque, L., Poelman, E.H., Steffan-Dewenter, I. 2021. Effects of ozone stress on flowering phenology, plant-pollinator interactions and plant reproductive success. Environmental Pollution 272, 115953

Mertens, D., Boege, K., Kessler, A., Koricheva, J., Thaler, J.S., Whiteman, N.K., Poelman, E.H. 2021. Predictability of biotic stress structures plant defence evolution. Trends in Ecology & Evolution  36: 444–456

Cuny, M.A.C., Bourne, M.E., Dicke, M., Poelman, E.H. 2021. The enemy of my enemy is not always my friend: negative effects of carnivorous arthropods on plants. Functional Ecology 35: 2365–2375

Fernández de Bobadilla, M., Bourne, M.E., Bloem, J., Kalisvaart, S.N., Gort, G., Dicke, M., Poelman, E.H. 2021. Insect species richness affects plant responses to multi-herbivore attack. New Phytologist 231: 2333-2345

Vosteen, I., Bianchi, F.J.J.A., Poelman, E.H. 2020. Adverse weather conditions impede odor-guided foraging of parasitoids and reduce their host-finding success. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 301: 107066

Aartsma, Y., Pappagallo, S., van der Werf, W., Dicke, M., Bianchi, F.J.J.A., Poelman, E.H. 2020. Spatial scale, neighbouring plants and variation in plant volatiles interactively determine the strength of host–parasitoid relationships. Oikos 129: 1429-1439

Vosteen, I., van den Meiracker, N., Poelman, E.H. 2020. Gone with the wind: low availability of volatile information limits foraging efficiency in downwind-flying parasitoids. Animal Behaviour 165: 59-70

Rusman, Q., Lucas‐Barbosa, D., Hassan, K., Poelman, E.H. 2020. Plant ontogeny determines strength and associated plant fitness consequences of plant‐mediated interactions between herbivores and flower visitors. Journal of Ecology 108: 1046-1060

Aartsma, Y., Hao, Y., Dicke, M., van der Werf, W., Poelman, E.H., Bianchi, F.J.J.A. 2020. Variation in parasitoid attraction to herbivore-infested plants and alternative host plant cover mediate tritrophic interactions at the landscape scale. Landscape Ecology 35: 907-919

Bont, Z., Pfander, M., Robert, C.A.M., Huber, M., Poelman, E.H., Raaijmakers, C.E., Erb, M. 2020. Adapted dandelions trade dispersal for germination upon root herbivore attack. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287: 20192930

Cusumano, A., Harvey, J.A., Bourne, M.E., Poelman, E.H., de Boer, J.G. 2020. Exploiting chemical ecology to manage hyperparasitoids in biological control of arthropod pests. Pest Management Science 76: 432-443

De Vries, J., Evers, J.B., Poelman, E.H., Anten, N.P.R. 2020. Optimal plant defence under competition for light and nutrients: an evolutionary modelling approach. In Silico Plants 2: diaa008

Dicke, M., Cusumano, A., Poelman, E.H. 2020. Microbial symbionts of parasitoids. Annual Review of Entomology 65: 171-190

Rusman, Q., Karssemeijer, P., Lucas-Barbosa, D., Poelman, E.H. 2019. Among leaves and flowers: Herbivore feeding position determines the outcome of indirect interactions between herbivores and pollinators. Oecologia 191: 887-896

Abdala-Roberts, L., Puentes, A., Finke, D.L., Marquis, R.J., Montserrat-Larrosa, M., Poelman, E.H., Rasmann, S., Sentis, A., van Dam, N.M., Wimp, G., Mooney, K., Björkman, C. 2019. Tri-trophic interactions: bridging species, communities and ecosystems. Ecology Letters 191: 887-896

Papazian, S., Girdwood, T., Pipszám, M., Poelman, E.H., Dicke, M., Moritz, T., Albrectsen, B.R. 2019. Leaf metabolic signatures induced by real and simulated herbivory in black mustard (Brassica nigra). Metabolomics 15: 130

Stam, J.M., Kos, M., Dicke, M., Poelman, E.H. 2019. Cross-seasonal legacy effects of arthropod community on plant fitness in perennial plants. Journal of Ecology 107: 2451-2463

Rusman, Q., Lucas-Barbosa, D., Poelman, E.H., Dicke, M. 2019. Ecology of plastic flowers. Trends in Plant Science 24: 725-740

Vosteen, I., van den Meiracker, N., Poelman, E.H. 2019. Getting confused: Learning reduces parasitoid foraging efficiency in some environments with non-host infested plants. Oecologia 189: 919–930

Cusumano, A., Harvey, J.A., Dicke, M., Poelman, E.H. 2019. Hyperparasitoids exploit herbivore-induced plant volatiles during host location to assess host quality and non-host identity. Oecologia 189: 699-709

Douma, J.C., de Vries, J., Poelman, E.H., Dicke, M., Anten, N.P.R., Evers, J.B. 2019. The ecological significance of light quality in optimising plant defence. Plant, Cell and Environment 42: 1065–1077

Rusman, Q., Poelman, E.H., Nowrin, F., Polder, G., Lucas-Barbosa, D. 2019. Floral plasticity: Herbivore-species-specific induced changes in flower traits with contrasting effects on pollinator visitation. Plant, Cell and Environment in press

Aartsma, Y., Cusumano, A., Fernández de Bobadilla, M., Rusman, Q., Vosteen, I., Poelman E.H. 2019. Understanding insect foraging in complex habitats by comparing trophic levels: insights from specialist host-parasitoid-hyperparasitoid systems. Current Opinion Insect Science 32: 54–60

de Vries, J., Evers, J.B., Dicke, M., Poelman, E.H. 2019. Ecological interactions shape the adaptive value of plant defence: herbivore attack versus competition for light. Functional Ecology 33: 129–138

Aartsma, Y., Leroy, B., van der Werf, W., Dicke, M., Poelman, E.H., Bianchi, F.J.J.A. 2019. Plant variation in herbivore-induced volatiles influences the spatial range of parasitoid attraction. Oikos 128: 77–86