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Anke Steppuhn Institute of Biology, Dahlem Centre of Plant Sciences (DCPS), Molecular Ecology, Freie Universität (FU) Berlin, Germany
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Michele Bandoly
  • Institute of Biology, Dahlem Centre of Plant Sciences (DCPS), Molecular Ecology, Freie Universität (FU) Berlin, Germany
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Education

Ph.D. in Biology, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany, 2016

Current position

IS Insect Services GmbH, Berlin, Germany (02/2016-present)

Publications

  1. Bandoly, M., Grichnik, R., Hilker, M. and Steppuhn, A. (2016). Priming of anti-herbivore defence in Nicotiana attenuata by insect oviposition: herbivore-specific effects. Plant Cell Environ 39(4): 848-859.
  2. Bandoly, M. and Steppuhn, A. (2016). A push-button: Spodoptera exigua oviposition on Nicotiana attenuata dose-independently primes the feeding-induced plant defense. Plant Signal Behav 11(1): e1114198.
  3. Bandoly, M., Hilker, M. and Steppuhn, A. (2015). Oviposition by Spodoptera exigua on Nicotiana attenuata primes induced plant defence against larval herbivory. Plant J 83(4): 661-672.
  4. Blenn, B., Bandoly, M., Kuffner, A., Otte, T., Geiselhardt, S., Fatouros, N. E. and Hilker, M. (2012). Insect egg deposition induces indirect defense and epicuticular wax changes in Arabidopsis thaliana. J Chem Ecol 38(7): 882-892.
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Bioassays to Investigate the Effects of Insect Oviposition on a Plant’s Resistance to Herbivores
Authors:  Michele Bandoly and Anke Steppuhn, date: 06/05/2016, view: 3166, Q&A: 0
Plants respond to herbivory with diverse defence responses (Schoonhoven et al., 2005). Many herbivorous insects deposit their eggs on their host plants before their larvae start to feed. Thus, plants could use insect eggs as a signal to ...