Marko Rohlfs
Marko Rohlfs
Population and Evolutionary Ecology Group, University of Bremen
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei uni-bremen.de
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Fungal secondary metabolites as modulators of interactions with insects and other arthropods
M Rohlfs, ACL Churchill
Fungal Genetics and Biology 48 (1), 23-34, 2011
1702011
Secondary chemicals protect mould from fungivory
M Rohlfs, M Albert, NP Keller, F Kempken
Biology Letters 3 (5), 523-525, 2007
1452007
Influence of dietary yeasts on Drosophila melanogaster life‐history traits
C Anagnostou, M Dorsch, M Rohlfs
Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 136 (1), 1-11, 2010
772010
An Aspergillus nidulans bZIP response pathway hardwired for defensive secondary metabolism operates through aflR
WB Yin, S Amaike, DJ Wohlbach, AP Gasch, YM Chiang, CCC Wang, ...
Molecular Microbiology 83 (5), 1024-1034, 2012
682012
Competition with filamentous fungi and its implication for a gregarious lifestyle in insects living on ephemeral resources
M Rohlfs, B Obmann, R Petersen
Ecological Entomology 30 (5), 556-563, 2005
512005
An evolutionary explanation of the aggregation model of species coexistence
M Rohlfs, TS Hoffmeister
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 270 (Suppl …, 2003
512003
Fungal metabolic plasticity and sexual development mediate induced resistance to arthropod fungivory
K Döll, S Chatterjee, S Scheu, P Karlovsky, M Rohlfs
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 280 (1771 …, 2013
442013
Spatial aggregation across ephemeral resource patches in insect communities: an adaptive response to natural enemies?
M Rohlfs, TS Hoffmeister
Oecologia 140 (4), 654-661, 2004
432004
Fungal secondary metabolite biosynthesis–a chemical defence strategy against antagonistic animals?
F Kempken, M Rohlfs
Fungal Ecology 3 (3), 107-114, 2010
422010
Clash of kingdoms or why Drosophila larvae positively respond to fungal competitors
M Rohlfs
Frontiers in Zoology 2 (1), 2, 2005
392005
Friendly food for fitter flies? – Influence of dietary microbial species on food choice and parasitoid resistance in Drosophila
C Anagnostou, EA LeGrand, M Rohlfs
Oikos 119 (3), 533-541, 2010
372010
Fruit, flies and filamentous fungi – experimental analysis of animal–microbe competition using Drosophila melanogaster and Aspergillus mould as a model system
M Trienens, NP Keller, M Rohlfs
Oikos 119 (11), 1765-1775, 2010
342010
Induced Fungal Resistance to Insect Grazing: Reciprocal Fitness Consequences and Fungal Gene Expression in the Drosophila-Aspergillus Model System
S Caballero Ortiz, M Trienens, M Rohlfs
PLOS ONE 8 (8), e74951, 2013
322013
Aggregative egg distributions may promote species co-existence-but why do they exist?
TS Hoffmeister, M Rohlfs
Evolutionary Ecology Research 3 (1), 37-50, 2001
322001
Fungal toxins affect the fitness and stable isotope fractionation of Collembola
S Staaden, A Milcu, M Rohlfs, S Scheu
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 42 (10), 1766-1773, 2010
292010
Insect–fungus interference competition–The potential role of global secondary metabolite regulation, pathway-specific mycotoxin expression and formation of oxylipins
M Trienens, M Rohlfs
Fungal Ecology, 2012
282012
Olfactory cues associated with fungal grazing intensity and secondary metabolite pathway modulate Collembola foraging behaviour
S Staaden, A Milcu, M Rohlfs, S Scheu
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43 (7), 1411-1416, 2011
272011
Density-dependent insect-mold interactions: effects on fungal growth and spore production
M Rohlfs
Mycologia 97 (5), 996-1001, 2005
262005
Saprophagous insect larvae, Drosophila melanogaster, profit from increased species richness in beneficial microbes
M Rohlfs, L Kürschner
Journal of Applied Entomology 134 (8), 667-671, 2010
252010
Increased volatile anesthetic requirement in short-sleeping Drosophila mutants
B Weber, C Schaper, D Bushey, M Rohlfs, M Steinfath, G Tononi, C Cirelli, ...
Anesthesiology: The Journal of the American Society of Anesthesiologists 110 …, 2009
252009
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