Nina Fatouros
Nina Fatouros
Associate professor, Biosystematics group, Wageningen University, The Netherlands
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Foraging behavior of egg parasitoids exploiting chemical information
NE Fatouros, M Dicke, R Mumm, T Meiners, M Hilker
Behavioral Ecology 19 (3), 677-689, 2008
Plant responses to insect egg deposition
M Hilker, NE Fatouros
Annual Review of Entomology 60, 493-515, 2015
Plant volatiles induced by herbivore egg deposition affect insects of different trophic levels
NE Fatouros, D Lucas-Barbosa, BT Weldegergis, FG Pashalidou, ...
Public Library of Science 7 (8), e43607, 2012
Oviposition‐induced plant cues: do they arrest Trichogramma wasps during host location?
NE Fatouros, G Bukovinszkine’Kiss, LA Kalkers, RS Gamborena, M Dicke, ...
Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 115 (1), 207-215, 2005
Bacterial symbionts in Lepidoptera: their diversity, transmission, and impact on the host
LR Paniagua Voirol, E Frago, M Kaltenpoth, M Hilker, NE Fatouros
Frontiers in microbiology 9, 556, 2018
Butterfly anti-aphrodisiac lures parasitic wasps
NE Fatouros, ME Huigens, JJA van Loon, M Dicke, M Hilker
Nature 433 (7027), 704-704, 2005
Male-derived butterfly anti-aphrodisiac mediates induced indirect plant defense
NE Fatouros, C Broekgaarden, G Bukovinszkine'Kiss, JJA van Loon, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (29), 10033-10038, 2008
Herbivore-induced plant volatiles mediate in-flight host discrimination by parasitoids
NE Fatouros, JJA van Loon, KA Hordijk, HM Smid, M Dicke
Journal of chemical ecology 31 (9), 2033-2047, 2005
A hitch-hiker ’ s guide to parasitism: the chemical ecology of phoretic insect parasitoids
ME Huigens, NE Fatouros
Chemical Ecology of Insect Parasitoids, 86-111, 2013
Resisting the onset of herbivore attack: plants perceive and respond to insect eggs
M Hilker, NE Fatouros
Current opinion in plant biology 32, 9-16, 2016
Hitch-hiking parasitic wasp learns to exploit butterfly antiaphrodisiac
ME Huigens, FG Pashalidou, MH Qian, T Bukovinszky, HM Smid, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (3), 820-825, 2009
Phenotypic plasticity of plant response to herbivore eggs: effects on resistance to caterpillars and plant development
FG Pashalidou, D Lucas-Barbosa, J van Loon, M Dicke, N Fatouros
Ecology 94 (3), 702-713, 2013
Volatile-mediated foraging behaviour of three parasitoid species under conditions of dual insect herbivore attack
C Ponzio, P Cascone, A Cusumano, BT Weldegergis, NE Fatouros, ...
Animal Behaviour 111, 197-206, 2016
Insect egg deposition induces indirect defense and epicuticular wax changes in Arabidopsis thaliana
B Blenn, M Bandoly, A Küffner, T Otte, S Geiselhardt, NE Fatouros, ...
Journal of Chemical Ecology 38 (7), 882-892, 2012
Chemical espionage on species-specific butterfly anti-aphrodisiacs by hitchhiking Trichogramma wasps
ME Huigens, JB Woelke, FG Pashalidou, T Bukovinszky, HM Smid, ...
Behavioral Ecology 21 (3), 470-478, 2010
The response specificity of Trichogramma egg parasitoids towards infochemicals during host location
NE Fatouros, G Bukovinszkine’Kiss, M Dicke, M Hilker
Journal of Insect Behavior 20 (1), 53, 2007
Early herbivore alert matters: plant‐mediated effects of egg deposition on higher trophic levels benefit plant fitness
FG Pashalidou, E Frago, E Griese, EH Poelman, JJA van Loon, M Dicke, ...
Ecology Letters 18 (9), 927-936, 2015
Anti-aphrodisiac compounds of male butterflies increase the risk of egg parasitoid attack by inducing plant synomone production
NE Fatouros, FG Pashalidou, WVA Cordero, JJA van Loon, R Mumm, ...
Journal of chemical ecology 35 (11), 1373-1381, 2009
Attraction of egg-killing parasitoids toward induced plant volatiles in a multi-herbivore context
A Cusumano, BT Weldegergis, S Colazza, M Dicke, NE Fatouros
Oecologia 179 (1), 163-174, 2015
Reward value determines memory consolidation in parasitic wasps
HM Kruidhof, FG Pashalidou, NE Fatouros, IA Figueroa, LEM Vet, ...
Public Library of Science 7 (8), e39615, 2012
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