Erik H. Poelman mostly deals with Herbivore, Botany, Ecology, Pieris rapae and Parasitoid. The study of Herbivore is intertwined with the study of Trophic level in a number of ways. Erik H. Poelman works in the field of Botany, focusing on Brassica oleracea in particular.
His work on Insect and Intraspecific competition as part of general Ecology research is often related to Plant defense against herbivory, thus linking different fields of science. His research integrates issues of Pieridae and Generalist and specialist species in his study of Pieris rapae. His Parasitoid research includes themes of Vegetation and Scramble competition.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Herbivore, Ecology, Parasitoid, Botany and Host. Erik H. Poelman has researched Herbivore in several fields, including Trophic level, Insect, Brassica oleracea and Generalist and specialist species. His work on Competition, Predation and Ecology as part of general Ecology study is frequently connected to Plant defense against herbivory, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
Erik H. Poelman combines subjects such as Pieris brassicae, Foraging and Parasitism with his study of Parasitoid. His work in the fields of Pieris rapae, Brassica and Glucosinolate overlaps with other areas such as Brevicoryne brassicae. His studies in Host integrate themes in fields like Zoology, Hymenoptera, Caterpillar and Abiotic component.
Erik H. Poelman focuses on Herbivore, Ecology, Parasitoid, Trophic level and Host. His Herbivore study deals with the bigger picture of Botany. His Herbivorous insects and Competition study, which is part of a larger body of work in Ecology, is frequently linked to Plant defense against herbivory, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Erik H. Poelman interconnects Pieris brassicae, Caterpillar, Foraging and Parasitism in the investigation of issues within Parasitoid. The various areas that Erik H. Poelman examines in his Trophic level study include Ecosystem and Food chain. His Host course of study focuses on Zoology and Pieridae, Brassicaceae, Evolutionary arms race and Crucifer.
Herbivore, Ecology, Parasitoid, Trophic level and Host are his primary areas of study. His Herbivore research incorporates themes from Plant reproduction, Phenotypic plasticity, Aphid, Insect and Pollinator. In the field of Ecology, his study on Adaptive value, Competition and Identification overlaps with subjects such as Chemical communication.
His Parasitoid research focuses on Foraging and how it connects with Intraspecific competition, Cotesia glomerata, Spatial ecology, Parasitism and Habitat. His Trophic cascade study in the realm of Trophic level interacts with subjects such as Symbiosis. His studies deal with areas such as Zoology and Forage, Predation as well as Host.
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Plant Interactions with Multiple Insect Herbivores: From Community to Genes
Jeltje M Stam;Anneke Kroes;Yehua Li;Rieta Gols.
Annual Review of Plant Biology (2014)
Early season herbivore differentially affects plant defence responses to subsequently colonizing herbivores and their abundance in the field
Erik H. Poelman;Colette Broekgaarden;Joop J. A. Van Loon;Marcel Dicke.
Molecular Ecology (2008)
Intrinsic inter- and intraspecific competition in parasitoid wasps.
Jeffrey A. Harvey;Erik H. Poelman;Toshiharu Tanaka.
Annual Review of Entomology (2013)
Consequences of variation in plant defense for biodiversity at higher trophic levels
Erik H. Poelman;Joop J.A. van Loon;Marcel Dicke.
Trends in Plant Science (2008)
Hyperparasitoids Use Herbivore-Induced Plant Volatiles to Locate Their Parasitoid Host
Erik H. Poelman;Maaike Bruinsma;Feng Zhu;Berhane T. Weldegergis.
PLOS Biology (2012)
Chemical diversity in Brassica oleracea affects biodiversity of insect herbivores.
Erik H. Poelman;Nicole M. Van Dam;Joop J. A. Van Loon;Louise E. M. Vet.
A taxonomic revision of the Neotropical poison frog genus Ranitomeya (Amphibia: Dendrobatidae)
Jason L. Brown;Evan Twomey;Adolfo Amézquita;Moisés Barbosa De Souza.
Herbivore-induced plant volatiles and tritrophic interactions across spatial scales.
Yavanna Aartsma;Felix J. J. A. Bianchi;Wopke van der Werf;Erik H. Poelman.
New Phytologist (2017)
Consequences of constitutive and induced variation in plant nutritional quality for immune defence of a herbivore against parasitism
Tibor Bukovinszky;Erik H. Poelman;Rieta Gols;Georgios Prekatsakis.
Performance of specialist and generalist herbivores feeding on cabbage cultivars is not explained by glucosinolate profiles
Erik H. Poelman;Ron J. F. H. Galiart;Ciska E. Raaijmakers;Joop J. A. van Loon.
Entomologia Experimentalis Et Applicata (2008)
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