Louise E.M. Vet
Louise E.M. Vet
Professor of Evolutionary Ecology, Wageningen University
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Ecology of infochemical use by natural enemies in a tritrophic context.
LEM Vet, M Dicke
Annual review of entomology 37, 141-172, 1992
Linking above-and belowground multitrophic interactions of plants, herbivores, pathogens, and their antagonists
WH Van der Putten, LEM Vet, JA Harvey, FL Wäckers
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 16 (10), 547-554, 2001
Learning of host-finding cues by hymenopterous parasitoids
TCL Turlings, FL Wäckers, LEM Vet, WJ Lewis, JH Tumlinson
Insect learning, 51-78, 1993
Parasitoid foraging and learning
LEM Vet, WJ Lewis, RT Cardé
Chemical ecology of insects 2, 65-101, 1995
An airflow olfactometer for measuring olfactory responses of hymenopterous parasitoids and other small insects
LEM Vet, JC Lenteren, M Heymans, E Meelis
Physiological Entomology 8 (1), 97-106, 1983
An evolutionary approach to host finding and selection.
JJM Alphen
Insect parasitoids., 23-61, 1986
Semiochemicals and learning in parasitoids
LEM Vet, AW Groenewold
Journal of Chemical Ecology 16 (11), 3119-3135, 1990
Pheromone-mediated aggregation in nonsocial arthropods: an evolutionary ecological perspective
B Wertheim, EJA van Baalen, M Dicke, LEM Vet
Annu. Rev. Entomol. 50, 321-346, 2005
Plant-carnivore interactions: evolutionary and ecological eonsequences for plant, hervivore and carnivore.
M Dicke
Herbivores: between plants and predators, 483-520, 1999
Candidate genes for behavioural ecology
MJ Fitzpatrick, Y Ben-Shahar, HM Smid, LEM Vet, GE Robinson, ...
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 20 (2), 96-104, 2005
A variable-response model for parasitoid foraging behavior
LEM Vet, WJ Lewis, DR Papaj, JC Van Lenteren
Journal of Insect Behavior 3 (4), 471-490, 1990
How to hunt for hiding hosts: the reliability-detectability problem in foraging parasitoids
LEM Vet, FL Wäckers, M Dicke
Netherlands Journal of Zoology 41 (2-3), 202-213, 1990
Relative importance of infochemicals from first and second trophic level in long-range host location by the larval parasitoidCotesia glomerata
S Steinberg, M Dicke, LEM Vet
Journal of chemical ecology 19 (1), 47-59, 1993
Root herbivore effects on above-ground herbivore, parasitoid and hyperparasitoid performance via changes in plant quality
R Soler, TM Bezemer, WH Van Der Putten, LEM Vet, JA Harvey
Journal of Animal Ecology, 1121-1130, 2005
Fitness, parasitoids, and biological control: an opinion1
BD Roitberg, G Boivin, LEM Vet
The Canadian Entomologist 133 (3), 429-438, 2001
Relative importance of vertebrates and invertebrates in epigeaic weed seed predation in organic cereal fields
PR Westerman, A Hofman, LEM Vet, W Van Der Werf
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 95 (2-3), 417-425, 2003
Variations in parasitoid foraging behavior: essential element of a sound biological control theory
WJ Lewis, LEM Vet, JH Tumlinson, JC Van Lenteren, DR Papaj
Environmental Entomology 19 (5), 1183-1193, 1990
How parasitic wasps find their hosts
JH Tumlinson, WJ Lewis, LEM Vet
Scientific American 268 (3), 100-106, 1993
Comparative analysis of headspace volatiles from different caterpillar-infested or uninfested food plants of Pieris species
JBF Geervliet, MA Posthumus, LEM Vet, M Dicke
Journal of chemical ecology 23 (12), 2935-2954, 1997
Response of the braconid parasitoid Cotesia (= Apanteles) glomerata to volatile infochemicals: effects of bioassay set‐up, parasitoid age and experience and barometric flux
S Steinberg, M Dicke, LEM Vet, R Wanningen
Entomologia experimentalis et applicata 63 (2), 163-175, 1992
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