Ted C.J. Turlings

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Publications of Ted C.J. Turlings

Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2019) 85 (1 - e01468-18)
Laila Gasmi, María Martínez-Solís, Ada Frattini, Meng Ye, María Carmen Collado, Ted C.J. Turlings, Matthias Erb and Salvador Herrero (2019)
Can herbivore-induced volatiles protect plants by increasing the herbivores' susceptibility to natural pathogens?

Biological Invasions (2018) 20, 195-206
Gaylord A. Desurmont, Antoine Guiguet and Ted C.J. Turlings (2018)
Invasive insect herbivores as disrupters of chemically-mediated tritrophic interactions: effects of herbivore density and parasitoid learning

Oecologia (2018) 187, 459-468
Xavier Chiriboga, Huijuan Guo, Raquel Campos-Herrera, Gregory Röder, Nicola Imperiali, Christoph Keel, Monika Maurhofer and Ted C.J. Turlings (2018)
Root-colonizing bacteria enhance the levels of (E)-β-caryophyllene produced by maize roots in response to rootworm feeding

Journal of Pest Science (2018) 91, 1241-1250
Pierre Girod, Océane Lierhmann, Teddy Urvois, Ted C.J. Turlings, Marc Kenis and Tim Haye (2018)
Host specificity of Asian parasitoids for potential classical biological control of Drosophila suzukii

Annual Review of Entomology (2018) 63, 433-452
Ted C.J. Turlings and Matthias Erb (2018)
Tritrophic interactions mediated by herbivore-induced plant volatiles: Mechanisms, ecological relevance, and application potential

Journal of Applied Entomology (2018) 142, 483-494
P. Girod, L. Rossignaud, T. Haye, T.C.J. Turlings and M. Kenis (2018)
Development of Asian parasitoids in larvae of Drosophila suzukii feeding on blueberry and artificial diet

Pest Management Science (2018) 74, 966-977
Islam S. Sobhy, Toby J.A. Bruce and Ted C.J. Turlings (2018)
Priming of cowpea volatile emissions with defense inducers enhances the plant's attractiveness to parasitoids when attacked by caterpillars

Ecology and Evolution (2017) 7, 6304-6313
Gaylord A. Desurmont, Angela Köhler, Daniel Maag, Diane Laplanche, Hao Xu, Julien Baumann, Camille Demairé, Delphine Devenoges, Mara Glavan, Leslie Mann and Ted C.J. Turlings (2017)
The spitting image of plant defenses: Effects of plant secondary chemistry on the efficacy of caterpillar regurgitant as an anti-predator defense

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2016) 42, 497-507
Agnès Ardanuy, Ramon Albajes and Ted C.J. Turlings (2016)
Innate and learned prey-searching behavior in a generalist predator

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2016) 42, 183-192
Gaylord A. Desurmont, Miriam A. Zemanova and Ted C.J. Turlings (2016)
The gastropod menace: Slugs on Brassica plants affect caterpillar survival through consumption and interference with parasitoid attraction

Chemoecology (2016) 26, 33-44
Elvira S. de Lange, Kevin Farnier, Benjamin Gaudillat and Ted C.J. Turlings (2016)
Comparing the attraction of two parasitoids to herbivore-induced volatiles of maize and its wild ancestors, the teosintes

Pest Management Science (2016) 72, 1959-1964
Xian-Fu Liu, Hong-Hao Chen, Jun-Kai Li, Rong Zhang, Ted C.J. Turlings and Li Chen (2016)
Volatiles released by Chinese liquorice roots mediate host location behaviour by neonate Porphyrophora sophorae (Hemiptera: Margarodidae)

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2015) 41, 493-500
Rocco Amorós-Jiménez, Christelle A.M. Robert, M. Ángeles Marcos-García, Alberto Fereres and Ted C.J. Turlings (2015)
A differential role of volatiles from conspecific and heterospecific competitors in the selection of oviposition sites by the aphidophagous hoverfly Sphaerophoria rueppellii

Pest Management Science (2015) 71, 686-693
Islam S. Sobhy, Matthias Erb and Ted C.J. Turlings (2015)
Plant strengtheners enhance parasitoid attraction to herbivore-damaged cotton via qualitative and quantitative changes in induced volatiles

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2015) 41, 793-800
Geoffrey Jaffuel, Ivan Hiltpold and Ted C.J. Turlings (2015)
Highly potent extracts from pea (Pisum sativum) and maize (Zea mays) roots can be used to induce quiescence in entomopathogenic nematodes

Insects (2014) 5, 499-512
Hao Xu, Nathalie Veyrat, Thomas Degen and Ted C.J. Turlings (2014)
Exceptional use of sex pheromones by parasitoids of the genus Cotesia: Males are strongly attracted to virgin females, but are no longer attracted to or even repelled by mated females

New Phytologist (2014) 204, 329-341
Elvira S. de Lange, Dirk Balmer, Brigitte Mauch-Mani and Ted C.J. Turlings (2014)
Insect and pathogen attack and resistance in maize and its wild ancestors, the teosintes

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2013) 39, 507-515
Christelle A.M. Robert, Daniel L. Frank, Kristen A. Leach, Ted C.J. Turlings, Bruce E. Hibbard and Matthias Erb (2013)
Direct and indirect plant defenses are not suppressed by endosymbionts of a specialist root herbivore

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2013) 110, 5707-5712
Alisa Huffaker, Gregory Pearce, Nathalie Veyrat, Matthias Erb, Ted C.J. Turlings, Ryan Sartor, Zhouxin Shen, Steven P. Briggs, Martha M. Vaughan, Hans T. Alborn, Peter E.A. Teal and Eric A. Schmelz (2013)
Plant elicitor peptides are conserved signals regulating direct and indirect antiherbivore defense

Ecology Letters (2012) 15, 55-64
Christelle A.M. Robert, Nathalie Veyrat, Gaétan Glauser, Guillaume Marti, Gwladys R. Doyen, Neil Villard, Mickaël D.P. Gaillard, Tobias G. Köllner, David Giron, Mélanie Body, Benjamin A. Babst, Richard A. Ferrieri, Ted C.J. Turlings and Matthias Erb (2012)
A specialist root herbivore exploits defensive metabolites to locate nutritious tissues

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2012) 38, 348-360
Islam S. Sobhy, Matthias Erb, Awad A. Sarhan, Monir M. El-Husseini, Nasser S. Mandour and Ted C.J. Turlings (2012)
Less is more: Treatment with BTH and laminarin reduces herbivore-induced volatile emissions in maize but increases parasitoid attraction

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2012) 38, 641-650
Ivan Hiltpold and Ted C.J. Turlings (2012)
Manipulation of chemically mediated interactions in agricultural soils to enhance the control of crop pests and to improve crop yield

New Phytologist (2012) 194, 1061-1069
Christelle A.M. Robert, Matthias Erb, Marianne Duployer, Claudia Zwahlen, Gwladys R. Doyen and Ted C.J. Turlings (2012)
Herbivore-induced plant volatiles mediate host selection by a root herbivore

Ecology Letters (2012) 15, 1130-1139
Y. Xiao, Q. Wang, M. Erb, T.C.J. Turlings, L. Ge, L. Hu, J. Li, X. Han, T. Zhang, J. Lu, G. Zhang and Y. Lou (2012)
Specific herbivore-induced volatiles defend plants and determine insect community composition in the field

New Phytologist (2012) 194, 498-510
Zhaojun Xin, Zhaonan Yu, Matthias Erb, Ted C.J. Turlings, Baohui Wang, Jinfeng Qi, Shengning Liu and Yonggen Lou (2012)
The broad-leaf herbicide 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid turns rice into a living trap for a major insect pest and a parasitic wasp

Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata (2011) 139, 60-67
Sébastien Kessler, Santiago Schaerer, Nicolas Delabays, Ted C.J. Turlings, Valeria Trivellone and Patrik Kehrli (2011)
Host plant preferences of Hyalesthes obsoletus, the vector of the grapevine yellows disease 'bois noir', in Switzerland

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2011) 37, 582-591
Anna Fontana, Matthias Held, Chalie A. Fantaye, Ted C. Turlings, Jörg Degenhardt and Jonathan Gershenzon (2011)
Attractiveness of constitutive and herbivore-induced sesquiterpene blends of maize to the parasitic wasp Cotesia marginiventris (Cresson)

The Plant Journal (2011) 68, 901-911
Gaétan Glauser, Guillaume Marti, Neil Villard, Gwladys A. Doyen, Jean-Luc Wolfender, Ted C.J. Turlings and Matthias Erb (2011)
Induction and detoxification of maize 1,4-benzoxazin-3-ones by insect herbivores

New Phytologist (2011) 189, 308-320
Matthias Erb, Tobias G. Köllner, Jörg Degenhardt, Claudia Zwahlen, Bruce E. Hibbard and Ted C.J. Turlings (2011)
The role of abscisic acid and water stress in root herbivore-induced leaf resistance

Annals of the Entomological Society of America (2010) 103, 742-749
Violaine Jourdie, Eduardo Virla, Henry Murillo, José Mauricio S. Bento, Ted C.J. Turlings and Nadir Alvarez (2010)
Phylogeography of Chelonus insularis (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) and Campoletis sonorensis (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae), two primary neotropical parasitoids of the fall armyworm (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)

Journal of Insect Behavior (2010) 23, 303-318
Arnaud Costa, Ingrid Ricard, Anthony C. Davison and Ted C.J. Turlings (2010)
Effects of rewarding and unrewarding experiences on the response to host-induced plant odors of the generalist parasitoid Cotesia marginiventris (Hymenoptera: Braconidae)

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2010) 12, 151-159
Christelle Péré, Sylvie Augustin, Ted C.J. Turlings and Marc Kenis (2010)
The invasive alien leaf miner Cameraria ohridella and the native tree Acer pseudoplatanus: a fatal attraction?

Biological Invasions (2010) 12, 1011-1021
Christelle Péré, Sylvie Augustin, Rumen Tomov, Long-hui Peng, Ted C.J. Turlings and Marc Kenis (2010)
Species richness and abundance of native leaf miners are affected by the presence of the invasive horse-chestnut leaf miner

Molecular Ecology (2010) 19, 2168-2179
Violaine Jourdie, Nadir Alvarez, Jaime Molina-Ochoa, Trevor Williams, David Bergvinson, Betty Benrey, Ted C.J. Turlings and Pierre Franck (2010)
Population genetic structure of two primary parasitoids of Spodoptera frugiperda (Lepidoptera), Chelonus insularis and Campoletis sonorensis (Hymenoptera): to what extent is the host plant important?

BioControl (2009) 54, 255-262
B. Kurtz, I. Hiltpold, T.C.J. Turlings, U. Kuhlmann and S. Toepfer (2009)
Comparative susceptibility of larval instars and pupae of the western corn rootworm to infection by three entomopathogenic nematodes

The Plant Journal (2009) 59, 292-302
Matthias Erb, Victor Flors, Danielle Karlen, Elvira de Lange, Chantal Planchamp, Marco D'Alessandro, Ted C.J. Turlings and Jurriaan Ton (2009)
Signal signature of aboveground-induced resistance upon belowground herbivory in maize

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2009) 106, 13213-13218
Jörg Degenhardt, Ivan Hiltpold, Tobias G. Köllner, Monika Frey, Alfons Gierl, Jonathan Gershenzon, Bruce E. Hibbard, Mark R. Ellersieck and Ted C.J. Turlings (2009)
Restoring a maize root signal that attracts insect-killing nematodes to control a major pest

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2009) 35, 999-1008
Marco D'Alessandro, Virginie Brunner, Georg von Mérey and Ted C.J. Turlings (2009)
Strong attraction of the parasitoid Cotesia marginiventris towards minor volatile compounds of maize

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2008) 10, 129-136
Violaine Jourdie, Nadir Alvarez and Ted C.J. Turlings (2008)
Identification of seven species of hymenopteran parasitoids of Spodoptera frugiperda, using polymerase chain reaction amplification and restriction enzyme digestion

Journal of Insect Science (2007) 7 (16), p. 12 (Jourdie et al.)
Violaine Jourdie, Nadir Alvarez and Ted Turlings (2007)
Identification of parasitoid species using PCR amplification and restriction enzyme digestion
XIV International Entomophagous Insects Workshop - Jun. 11-15, 2006, Newark, Delaware, U.S.A.

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2006) 32, 2733-2748
Marco D'Alessandro, Matthias Held, Yann Triponez and Ted C.J. Turlings (2006)
The role of indole and other shikimic acid derived maize volatiles in the attraction of two parasitic wasps

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2006) 32, 1897-1909
Michael Rostás, Jurriaan Ton, Brigitte Mauch-Mani and Ted C.J. Turlings (2006)
Fungal infection reduces herbivore-induced plant volatiles of maize but does not affect naïve parasitoids

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2006) 32, 2375-2387
Yonggen Lou, Xiaoyan Hua, Ted C.J. Turlings, Jiaan Cheng, Xuexin Chen and Gongyin Ye (2006)
Differences in induced volatile emissions among rice varieties result in differential attraction and parasitism of Nilaparvata lugens eggs by the parasitoid Anagrus nilaparvatae in the field

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2005) 31, 2003-2018
Maria Elena Hoballah and Ted C.J. Turlings (2005)
The role of fresh versus old leaf damage in the attraction of parasitic wasps to herbivore-induced maize volatiles

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2005) 31, 1023-1038
Sandrine Gouinguené, John A. Pickett, Lester J. Wadhams, Michael A. Birkett and Ted C.J. Turlings (2005)
Antennal electrophysiological responses of three parasitic wasps to caterpillar-induced volatiles from maize (Zea mays mays), cotton (Gossypium herbaceum), and cowpea (Vigna unguiculata)

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2005) 31, 1985-2002
Yong-Gen Lou, Meng-Hao Du, Ted C.J. Turlings, Jia-An Cheng and Wei-Fang Shan (2005)
Exogenous application of jasmonic acid induces volatile emissions in rice and enhances parasitism of Nilaparvata lugens eggs by the parasitoid Anagrus nilaparvatae

Oikos (2004) 105, 168-180
Maria Elena Hoballah, Tobias G. Köllner, Jörg Degenhardt and Ted C.J. Turlings (2004)
Costs of induced volatile production in maize

BioControl (2004) 49, 1-19
Stefan Kuske, Dirk Babendreier, Peter Edwards, Ted C.J. Turlings and Franz Bigler (2004)
Parasitism of non-target lepidoptera by mass released Trichogramma brassicae and its implication for the larval parasitoid Lydella thompsoni

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2004) 6, 83-88
Maria Elena Hoballah, Thomas Degen, David Bergvinson, Anita Savidan, Cristina Tamò and Ted C.J. Turlings (2004)
Occurrence and direct control potential of parasitoids and predators of the fall armyworm (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) on maize in the subtropical lowlands of Mexico

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2003) 29, 145-162
Sandrine Gouinguené, Hans Alborn and Ted C.J. Turlings (2003)
Induction of volatile emissions in maize by different larval instars of Spodoptera littoralis

Journal of Insect Science (2003) 3 (33), p. 8 (Faria et al.)
Cristina Faria, Felix Wackers and Ted C.J. Turlings (2003)
Nutritional quality of aphid-produced honeydew for non-aphid parasitoids
XIII International Entomophagous Insects Workshop - July 27-31, 2003, Tucson, Arizona, U.S.A.

Journal of Insect Science (2003) 3 (33), p. 24 (Tamo et al.)
Cristina Tamò, Liselore Roelfstra, Guillaume Suzanne and Ted C.J. Turlings (2003)
Odour-mediated long-range avoidance of interspecific competition by a solitary endoparasitoid may optimize its foraging success
XIII International Entomophagous Insects Workshop - July 27-31, 2003, Tucson, Arizona, U.S.A.

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2002) 28, 951-968
Maria Elena Fritzsche Hoballah, Cristina Tamò and Ted C.J. Turlings (2002)
Differential attractiveness of induced odors emitted by eight maize varieties for the parasitoid Cotesia marginiventris: is quality or quantity important?

Chemoecology (2001) 11, 9-16
Sandrine Gouinguené, Thomas Degen and Ted C.J. Turlings (2001)
Variability in herbivore-induced odour emissions among maize cultivars and their wild ancestors (teosinte)

Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata (2000) 95, 283-291
Catherine Bertschy, Ted C.J. Turlings, Anthony Bellotti and Silvia Dorn (2000)
Host stage preference and sex allocation in Aenasius vexans, an encyrtid parasitoid of the cassava mealybug

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2000) 26, 189-202
Ted C.J. Turlings, Hans T. Alborn, John H. Loughrin and James H. Tumlinson (2000)
Volicitin, an elicitor of maize volatiles in oral secretion of Spodoptera exigua: Isolation and bioactivity

Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata (1998) 87, 133-142
Marco L. Bernasconi, Ted C.J. Turlings, Lara Ambrosetti, Paolo Bassetti and Silvia Dorn (1998)
Herbivore-induced emissions of maize volatiles repel the corn leaf aphid, Rhopalosiphum maidis

Florida Entomologist (1997) 80, 383-395
Catherine Bertschy, Ted C.J. Turlings, Anthony C. Bellotti and Silvia Dorn (1997)
Chemically-mediated attraction of three parasitoid species to mealybug-infested cassava leaves

Journal of Chemical Ecology (1993) 19, 411-425
Ted C.J. Turlings, Philip J. McCall, Hans T. Alborn and James H. Tumlinson (1993)
An elicitor in caterpillar oral secretions that induces corn seedlings to emit chemical signals attractive to parasitic wasps