Nicole M. van Dam
Nicole M. van Dam
Professor in Molecular Ecology, German Center for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv) Halle
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Role of glucosinolates in insect-plant relationships and multitrophic interactions
RJ Hopkins, NM van Dam, JJA Van Loon
Annual review of entomology 54, 57-83, 2009
7772009
Linking aboveground and belowground interactions via induced plant defenses
TM Bezemer, NM van Dam
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 20 (11), 617-624, 2005
5282005
Ontogeny constrains systemic protease inhibitor response in Nicotiana attenuata
NM Van Dam, M Horn, M Mareš, IT Baldwin
Journal of chemical ecology 27 (3), 547-568, 2001
2842001
Recognizing plant defense priming
A Martinez-Medina, V Flors, M Heil, B Mauch-Mani, CMJ Pieterse, ...
Trends in Plant Science 21 (10), 818-822, 2016
2612016
Metabolomics in the rhizosphere: tapping into belowground chemical communication
NM van Dam, HJ Bouwmeester
Trends in plant science 21 (3), 256-265, 2016
2542016
Interactions between above‐and belowground insect herbivores as mediated by the plant defense system
TM Bezemer, R Wagenaar, NM Van Dam, FL Wäckers
Oikos 101 (3), 555-562, 2003
2482003
The impact of the absence of aliphatic glucosinolates on insect herbivory in Arabidopsis
J Beekwilder, W Van Leeuwen, NM Van Dam, M Bertossi, V Grandi, ...
PLoS One 3 (4), e2068, 2008
2262008
Interactions between aboveground and belowground induction of glucosinolates in two wild Brassica species
NM Van Dam, L Witjes, A Svatoš
New Phytologist 161 (3), 801-810, 2004
2182004
Interactions over four trophic levels: foodplant quality affects development of a hyperparasitoid as mediated through a herbivore and its primary parasitoid
JA Harvey, NM Van Dam, R Gols
Journal of Animal Ecology 72 (3), 520-531, 2003
2132003
Genetic variation in defense chemistry in wild cabbages affects herbivores and their endoparasitoids
R Gols, R Wagenaar, T Bukovinszky, NM Dam, M Dicke, JM Bullock, ...
Ecology 89 (6), 1616-1626, 2008
2042008
Soil community composition drives aboveground plant–herbivore–parasitoid interactions
TM Bezemer, GB De Deyn, TM Bossinga, NM Van Dam, JA Harvey, ...
Ecology Letters 8 (6), 652-661, 2005
1982005
Multitrophic interactions below and above ground: en route to the next level
NM van Dam, M Heil
Journal of Ecology 99 (1), 77-88, 2011
1862011
Root and shoot glucosinolates: a comparison of their diversity, function and interactions in natural and managed ecosystems
NM Van Dam, TOG Tytgat, JA Kirkegaard
Phytochemistry Reviews 8 (1), 171-186, 2009
1812009
Performance of Generalist and Specialist Herbivores and their Endoparasitoids Differs on Cultivated and Wild Brassica Populations
R Gols, T Bukovinszky, NM Van Dam, M Dicke, JM Bullock, JA Harvey
Journal of Chemical Ecology 34 (2), 132-143, 2008
1792008
Belowground herbivory and plant defenses
NM van Dam
Annu. Rev. Ecol. Evol. Syst. 40, 373-391, 2009
1772009
Root herbivores influence the behaviour of an aboveground parasitoid through changes in plant‐volatile signals
R Soler, JA Harvey, AFD Kamp, LEM Vet, WH Van der Putten, ...
Oikos 116 (3), 367-376, 2007
1752007
Interactions between aboveground and belowground induced responses against phytophages
NM van Dam, JA Harvey, FL Wäckers, TM Bezemer, WH van der Putten, ...
Basic and Applied Ecology 4 (1), 63-77, 2003
1712003
The “Raison D'être” of pyrrolizidine alkaloids inCynoglossum officinale: Deterrent effects against generalist herbivores
NM van Dam, LWM Vuister, C Bergshoeff, H de Vos, ED Van der Meijden
Journal of Chemical Ecology 21 (5), 507-523, 1995
1651995
Rewiring of the jasmonate signaling pathway in Arabidopsis during insect herbivory
A Verhage, I Vlaardingerbroek, C Raaijmakers, N Van Dam, M Dicke, ...
Frontiers in plant science 2, 47, 2011
1602011
Root herbivory reduces growth and survival of the shoot feeding specialist Pieris rapae on Brassica nigra
NM Van Dam, CE Raaijmakers, WH Van Der Putten
Entomologia experimentalis et applicata 115 (1), 161-170, 2005
1552005
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