Botany is intertwined with Betula pubescens, Betula pendula, Herbivore and Canopy in his research. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Botany and Betula pendula. His Ecology study frequently involves adjacent topics like Betula pubescens, Herbivore, Contamination and Canopy. His Contamination study frequently links to related topics such as Ecology. His Chromatography study frequently links to other fields, such as Distilled water. His Distilled water study frequently links to related topics such as Chromatography. In his works, he performs multidisciplinary study on Environmental chemistry and Organic chemistry. His work blends Organic chemistry and Environmental chemistry studies together. He merges many fields, such as Copper and Nickel, in his writings.
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Regulation of Woody Plant Secondary Metabolism by Resource Availability: Hypothesis Testing by Means of Meta-Analysis
Insect performance on experimentally stressed woody plants: a meta-analysis.
Annual Review of Entomology (1998)
Alternative Concepts of Reproductive Effort, Costs of Reproduction, and Selection in Life-History Evolution
Integrative and Comparative Biology (1983)
On the Role of Plant Defences in the Fluctuation of Herbivore Populations
Nutrient stress: an explanation for plant anti-herbivore responses to defoliation
Seasonal changes in birch leaf chemistry: are there trade-offs between leaf growth and accumulation of phenolics?
Marianna Riipi;Vladimir Ossipov;Kyösti Lempa;Erkki Haukioja.
INDUCED LONG-TERM RESISTANCE OF BIRCH FOLIAGE AGAINST DEFOLIATORS: DEFENSIVE OR INCIDENTAL?
Tolerance to herbivory in woody vs. herbaceous plants
Evolutionary Ecology (2000)
Biosynthetic origin of carbon-based secondary compounds: cause of variable responses of woody plants to fertilization?
Birch leaves as a resource for herbivores: Seasonal occurrence of increased resistance in foliage after mechanical damage of adjacent leaves.
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