Joachim Ruther
Joachim Ruther
Professor for Chemical Ecology, University of Regensburg
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Plant–Plant Signaling: Ethylene Synergizes Volatile Emission In Zea mays Induced by Exposure to (Z)-3-Hexen-1-ol
J Ruther, S Kleier
Journal of chemical ecology 31, 2217-2222, 2005
Rich in phenomena-lacking in terms. A classification of kairomones
J Ruther, T Meiners, JLM Steidle
Chemoecology 12, 161-167, 2002
Retention index database for identification of general green leaf volatiles in plants by coupled capillary gas chromatography− mass spectrometry
J Ruther
Journal of Chromatography A 890 (2), 313-319, 2000
Behavioural and genetic analyses of Nasonia shed light on the evolution of sex pheromones
O Niehuis, J Buellesbach, JD Gibson, D Pothmann, C Hanner, NS Mutti, ...
Nature 494 (7437), 345-348, 2013
Mate finding in the forest cockchafer, Melolontha hippocastani, mediated by volatiles from plants and females
J Ruther, A Reinecke, K Thiemann, T Tolasch, W Francke, M Hilker
Physiological Entomology 25 (2), 172-179, 2000
Characterization of a Female-Produced Courtship Pheromone in the Parasitoid Nasonia vitripennis
S Steiner, N Hermann, J Ruther
Journal of chemical ecology 32, 1687-1702, 2006
Nestmate recognition in social wasps: manipulation of hydrocarbon profiles induces aggression in the European hornet
J Ruther, S Sieben, B Schricker
Naturwissenschaften 89, 111-114, 2002
A male sex pheromone in a parasitic wasp and control of the behavioral response by the female's mating status
J Ruther, LM Stahl, S Steiner, LA Garbe, T Tolasch
Journal of Experimental Biology 210 (12), 2163-2169, 2007
Plant volatiles in the sexual communication of Melolontha hippocastani: response towards time‐dependent bouquets and novel function of (Z)‐3‐hexen‐1‐ol as a …
J Ruther, A Reinecke, M Hilker
Ecological Entomology 27 (1), 76-83, 2002
Quantity matters: male sex pheromone signals mate quality in the parasitic wasp Nasonia vitripennis
J Ruther, M Matschke, LA Garbe, S Steiner
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1671), 3303-3310, 2009
The importance of carcass volatiles as attractants for the hide beetle Dermestes maculatus (De Geer)
C von Hoermann, J Ruther, S Reibe, B Madea, M Ayasse
Forensic Science International 212 (1-3), 173-179, 2011
Covariation and phenotypic integration in chemical communication displays: Biosynthetic constraints and eco‐evolutionary implications
RR Junker, J Kuppler, L Amo, JD Blande, RM Borges, NM van Dam, ...
New Phytologist 220 (3), 739-749, 2018
Alcoholism in cockchafers: orientation of male Melolontha melolontha towards green leaf alcohols
A Reinecke, J Ruther, T Tolasch, W Francke, M Hilker
Naturwissenschaften 89, 265-269, 2002
Female‐derived sex pheromone mediates courtship behaviour in the parasitoid Lariophagus distinguendus
J Ruther, M Homann, JLM Steidle
Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 96 (3), 265-274, 2000
The composition of carcass volatile profiles in relation to storage time and climate conditions
J Kasper, R Mumm, J Ruther
Forensic science international 223 (1-3), 64-71, 2012
Make love not war: a common arthropod defence compound as sex pheromone in the forest cockchafer Melolontha hippocastani
J Ruther, A Reinecke, T Tolasch, M Hilker
Oecologia 128, 44-47, 2001
Female sex pheromone in immature insect males—a case of pre-emergence chemical mimicry?
S Steiner, JLM Steidle, J Ruther
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 58, 111-120, 2005
Response of the pollen beetle Meligethes aeneus to volatiles emitted by intact plants and conspecifics
J Ruther, K Thiemann
Entomologia experimentalis et applicata 84 (2), 183-188, 1997
Sublethal doses of imidacloprid disrupt sexual communication and host finding in a parasitoid wasp
L Tappert, T Pokorny, J Hofferberth, J Ruther
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-9, 2017
Cuticular lipids as trail pheromone in a social wasp
I Steinmetz, E Schmolz, J Ruther
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2003
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