Erik H. Poelman

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Publications of Erik H. Poelman

Oecologia (2019) 189, 699-709
Antonino Cusumano, Jeffrey A. Harvey, Marcel Dicke and Erik H. Poelman (2019)
Hyperparasitoids exploit herbivore-induced plant volatiles during host location to assess host quality and non-host identity

Oecologia (2019) 189, 919-930
Ilka Vosteen, Nika van den Meiracker and Erik H. Poelman (2019)
Getting confused: learning reduces parasitoid foraging efficiency in some environments with non-host-infested plants

Oikos (2019) 128, 77-86
Yavanna Aartsma, Benjamin Leroy, Wopke van der Werf, Marcel Dicke, Erik H. Poelman and Felix J.J.A. Bianchi (2019)
Intraspecific variation in herbivore-induced plant volatiles influences the spatial range of plant–parasitoid interactions

Ecological Entomology (2018) 43, 318-325
Marjolein de Rijk, Victor Cegarra Sánchez, Hans M. Smid, Bas Engel, Louise E.M. Vet and Erik H. Poelman (2018)
Associative learning of host presence in non-host environments influences parasitoid foraging

Ecological Entomology (2017) 42, 803-815
Jeltje M. Stam, Lucille Chrétien, Marcel Dicke and Erik H. Poelman (2017)
Response of Brassica oleracea to temporal variation in attack by two herbivores affects preference and performance of a third herbivore

New Phytologist (2017) 216, 1054-1063
Yavanna Aartsma, Felix J.J.A. Bianchi, Wopke van der Werf, Erik H. Poelman and Marcel Dicke (2017)
Herbivore-induced plant volatiles and tritrophic interactions across spatial scales

Ecological Entomology (2016) 41, 378-388
Yehua Li, Jeltje M. Stam, Erik H. Poelman, Marcel Dicke and Rieta Gols (2016)
Community structure and abundance of insects in response to early-season aphid infestation in wild cabbage populations

Ecological Entomology (2016) 41, 562-571
Marjolein De Rijk, Xi Zhang, Juultje A.h. Van Der Loo, Bas Engel, Marcel Dicke and Erik H. Poelman (2016)
Density-mediated indirect interactions alter host foraging behaviour of parasitoids without altering foraging efficiency

Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata (2016) 161, 20-30
Marjolein de Rijk, Qianjue Wang, Evangelia Papagiannaki, Marcel Dicke and Erik H. Poelman (2016)
Herbivore species identity rather than diversity of the non-host community determines foraging behaviour of the parasitoid wasp Cotesia glomerata

Molecular Ecology (2015) 24, 2886-2899
Feng Zhu, Colette Broekgaarden, Berhane T. Weldegergis, Jeffrey A. Harvey, Ben Vosman, Marcel Dicke and Erik H. Poelman (2015)
Parasitism overrides herbivore identity allowing hyperparasitoids to locate their parasitoid host using herbivore-induced plant volatiles

Oecologia (2015) 177, 701-713
Berhane T. Weldegergis, Feng Zhu, Erik H. Poelman and Marcel Dicke (2015)
Drought stress affects plant metabolites and herbivore preference but not host location by its parasitoids

Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata (2015) 157, 11-17
Erik H. Poelman (2015)
From induced resistance to defence in plant-insect interactions

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2015) 41, 187-193
Keiko Oku, Berhane T. Weldegergis, Erik H. Poelman, Peter W. De Jong and Marcel Dicke (2015)
Altered volatile profile associated with precopulatory mate guarding attracts spider mite males

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2014) 40, 621-631
Dani Lucas-Barbosa, Erik H. Poelman, Yavanna Aartsma, Tjeerd A.L. Snoeren, Joop J.A. van Loon and Marcel Dicke (2014)
Caught between parasitoids and predators - survival of a specialist herbivore on leaves and flowers of mustard plants

Ecological Entomology (2014) 39, 693-702
Erik H. Poelman, Rieta Gols, Alex V. Gumovsky, Anne-Marie Cortesero, Marcel Dicke and Jeffrey A. Harvey (2014)
Food plant and herbivore host species affect the outcome of intrinsic competition among parasitoid larvae

New Phytologist (2014) 204, 315-321
Feng Zhu, Erik H. Poelman and Marcel Dicke (2014)
Insect herbivore-associated organisms affect plant responses to herbivory

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2014) 40, 986-995
Feng Zhu, Berhane T. Weldegergis, Boris Lhie, Jeffrey A. Harvey, Marcel Dicke and Erik H. Poelman (2014)
Body odors of parasitized caterpillars give away the presence of parasitoid larvae to their primary hyperparasitoid enemies

Annual Review of Entomology (2013) 58, 333-351
Jeffrey A. Harvey, Erik H. Poelman and Toshiharu Tanaka (2013)
Intrinsic inter- and intraspecific competition in parasitoid wasps

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2011) 108, 19647-19652
Erik H. Poelman, Si-Jun Zheng, Zhao Zhang, Nanda M. Heemskerk, Anne-Marie Cortesero and Marcel Dicke (2011)
Parasitoid-specific induction of plant responses to parasitized herbivores affects colonization by subsequent herbivores

Ecological Entomology (2010) 35, 240-247
Erik H. Poelman, Joop J.A. Van Loon, Nicole M. Van Dam, Louise E.M. Vet and Marcel Dicke (2010)
Herbivore-induced plant responses in Brassica oleracea prevail over effects of constitutive resistance and result in enhanced herbivore attack

Oecologia (2010) 162, 393-404
Maaike Bruinsma, Sarah van Broekhoven, Erik H. Poelman, Maarten A. Posthumus, Martin J. Müller, Joop J.A. van Loon and Marcel Dicke (2010)
Inhibition of lipoxygenase affects induction of both direct and indirect plant defences against herbivorous insects

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2010) 36, 479-489
Tjeerd A.L. Snoeren, Roland Mumm, Erik H. Poelman, Yue Yang, Eran Pichersky and Marcel Dicke (2010)
The herbivore-induced plant volatile methyl salicylate negatively affects attraction of the parasitoid Diadegma semiclausum

Oecologia (2009) 160, 299-308
Tibor Bukovinszky, Erik H. Poelman, Rieta Gols, Georgios Prekatsakis, Louise E.M. Vet, Jeffrey A. Harvey and Marcel Dicke (2009)
Consequences of constitutive and induced variation in plant nutritional quality for immune defence of a herbivore against parasitism

Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata (2008) 127, 218-228
Erik H. Poelman, Ron J.F.H. Galiart, Ciska E. Raaijmakers, Joop J.A. van Loon and Nicole M. van Dam (2008)
Performance of specialist and generalist herbivores feeding on cabbage cultivars is not explained by glucosinolate profiles