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Alexander Haverkamp
Alexander Haverkamp
Wageningen University, Laboratory of Entomology
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Combinatorial codes and labeled lines: How insects use olfactory cues to find and judge food, mates and oviposition sites in complex environments
A Haverkamp, BS Hansson, M Knaden
Frontiers in Physiology 9, 49, 2018
1002018
Tissue-Specific Emission of (E)-α-Bergamotene Helps Resolve the Dilemma When Pollinators Are Also Herbivores
W Zhou, A Kügler, E McGale, A Haverkamp, M Knaden, H Guo, F Beran, ...
Current Biology 27 (9), 1336-1341, 2017
552017
Innate olfactory preferences for flowers matching proboscis length ensure optimal energy gain in a hawkmoth
A Haverkamp, J Bing, E Badeke, BS Hansson, M Knaden
Nature communications 7 (1), 1-9, 2016
502016
Adult frass provides a pheromone signature for Drosophila feeding and aggregation
IW Keesey, S Koerte, T Retzke, A Haverkamp, BS Hansson, M Knaden
Journal of Chemical Ecology 42 (8), 739-747, 2016
492016
Mutagenesis of odorant coreceptor Orco fully disrupts foraging but not oviposition behaviors in the hawkmoth Manduca sexta
RA Fandino, A Haverkamp, S Bisch-Knaden, J Zhang, S Bucks, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (31), 15677-15685, 2019
442019
Hawkmoths evaluate scenting flowers with the tip of their proboscis
A Haverkamp, F Yon, IW Keesey, C Mißbach, C Koenig, BS Hansson, ...
Elife 5, e15039, 2016
422016
A challenge for a male noctuid moth? Discerning the female sex pheromone against the background of plant volatiles
E Badeke, A Haverkamp, BS Hansson, S Sachse
Frontiers in physiology 7, 143, 2016
362016
Host plant odors represent immiscible information entities-blend composition and concentration matter in hawkmoths
A Späthe, A Reinecke, A Haverkamp, BS Hansson, M Knaden
PLoS One 8 (10), e77135, 2013
252013
Flower movement balances pollinator needs and pollen protection
A Haverkamp, X Li, BS Hansson, IT Baldwin, M Knaden, F Yon
Ecology 100 (1), e02553, 2019
232019
Floral trait variations among wild tobacco populations influence the foraging behavior of hawkmoth pollinators
A Haverkamp, BS Hansson, IT Baldwin, M Knaden, F Yon
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 6, 19, 2018
182018
Pollination in the Anthropocene: a moth can learn ozone-altered floral blends
B Cook, A Haverkamp, BS Hansson, M Lerdau, M Knaden
Journal of chemical ecology 46 (10), 987-996, 2020
162020
The defensive function of a pollinator‐attracting floral volatile
D Kessler, J Bing, A Haverkamp, IT Baldwin
Functional Ecology 33 (7), 1223-1232, 2019
152019
A neuronal arms race: the role of learning in parasitoid–host interactions
A Haverkamp, HM Smid
Current Opinion in Insect Science 42, 47-54, 2020
142020
Octopamine-like immunoreactive neurons in the brain and subesophageal ganglion of the parasitic wasps Nasonia vitripennis and N. giraulti
A Haverkamp, HM Smid
Cell and tissue research 358 (2), 313-329, 2014
122014
Bees can be trained to identify SARS-CoV-2 infected samples
E Kontos, A Samimi, RW Hakze–van der Honing, J Priem, ...
Biology Open 11 (4), bio059111, 2022
22022
A unique sense of smell: development and evolution of a sexually dimorphic antennal lobe–a review
AT Williams, EC Verhulst, A Haverkamp
Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, 2022
12022
Variation in Manduca sexta pollination-related floral traits and reproduction in a wild tobacco plant
J Bing, X Li, A Haverkamp, IT Baldwin, BS Hansson, M Knaden, F Yon
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 434, 2021
12021
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