Tibor Bukovinszky

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Publications of Tibor Bukovinszky (7 listed):

Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences (2014) 281 (1789 - 20141254)
Nina E. Fatouros, Ana Pineda, Martinus E. Huigens, Colette Broekgaarden, Methew M. Shimwela, Ilich A. Figueroa Candia, Patrick Verbaarschot and Tibor Bukovinszky (2014)
Synergistic effects of direct and indirect defences on herbivore egg survival in a wild crucifer

Journal of Applied Entomology (2012) 136, 793-800
A.B. Allema, W.A.H. Rossing, W. van der Werf, B.G. Heusinkveld, T. Bukovinszky, E. Steingröver and J.C. van Lenteren (2012)
Effect of light quality on movement of Pterostichus melanarius (Coleoptera: Carabidae)

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2011) 37, 795-807
Rieta Gols, James M. Bullock, Marcel Dicke, Tibor Bukovinszky and Jeffrey A. Harvey (2011)
Smelling the wood from the trees: Non-linear parasitoid responses to volatile attractants produced by wild and cultivated cabbage

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

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2008) 34, 132-143
Rieta Gols, Tibor Bukovinszky, Nicole M. van Dam, Marcel Dicke, James M. Bullock and Jeffrey A. Harvey (2008)
Performance of generalist and specialist herbivores and their endoparasitoids differs on cultivated and wild Brassica populations

Oikos (2005) 109, 435-446
Tibor Bukovinszky, Roel P.J. Potting, Yann Clough, Joop C. van Lenteren and Louise E.M. Vet (2005)
The role of pre- and post- alighting detection mechanisms in the responses to patch size by specialist herbivores

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2005) 31, 461-480
T. Bukovinszky, R. Gols, M.A. Posthumus, L.E.M. Vet and J.C. Van Lenteren (2005)
Variation in plant volatiles and attraction of the parasitoid Diadegma semiclausum (Hellén)