Odours released by bacteria affect the foraging behaviour of primary and secondary parasitoids differently: Plain Language Summary

Tim Goelen, Islam S. Sobhy, Christophe Vanderaa, Jetske G. de Boer, Frank Delvigne, Frédéric Francis, Felix Wäckers, Hans Rediers, Kevin J. Verstrepen, Tom Wenseleers, Hans Jacquemyn, Bart Lievens

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Original languageEnglish
VolumeOnline
Publication statusPublished - 04 Dec 2019

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NameFunctional Ecology
PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons, Ltd (10.1111)
ISSN (Print)0269-8463

Keywords

  • international
  • chemical communication
  • Dendrocerus aphidum
  • microbial odour
  • multitrophic interactions
  • natural enemy
  • semiochemical
  • VOCs
  • Aphidius colemani
  • Plan_S-Compliant_NO

Research Output

Volatiles of bacteria associated with parasitoid habitats elicit distinct olfactory responses in an aphid parasitoid and its hyperparasitoid

Goelen, T., Sobhy, I. S., Vanderaa, C., de Boer, J. G., Delvigne, F., Francis, F., Wäckers, F., Rediers, H., Verstrepen, K. J., Wenseleers, T., Jacquemyn, H. & Lievens, B., 2020, In : Functional Ecology. 34, 2, p. 507-520

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    Goelen, T., Sobhy, I. S., Vanderaa, C., de Boer, J. G., Delvigne, F., Francis, F., Wäckers, F., Rediers, H., Verstrepen, K. J., Wenseleers, T., Jacquemyn, H., & Lievens, B. (2019). Odours released by bacteria affect the foraging behaviour of primary and secondary parasitoids differently: Plain Language Summary. (Functional Ecology). https://besjournals.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/action/downloadSupplement?doi=10.1111%2F1365-2435.13503&file=fec13503-sup-0001-Summary.pdf