His primary scientific interests are in Botany, Betula pubescens, Herbivore, Epirrita and Betulaceae. The concepts of his Botany study are interwoven with issues in Proanthocyanidin and Horticulture. His work carried out in the field of Betula pubescens brings together such families of science as Nutrient and Growing season.
Erkki Haukioja usually deals with Herbivore and limits it to topics linked to Resistance and Apical dominance. The Epirrita study combines topics in areas such as Fecundity and Phenology. Erkki Haukioja has included themes like Polyphenol and Tannin in his Betulaceae study.
His primary areas of investigation include Botany, Betula pubescens, Betulaceae, Ecology and Herbivore. His research investigates the connection between Botany and topics such as Horticulture that intersect with issues in Fluctuating asymmetry. His study in the fields of Epirrita under the domain of Betula pubescens overlaps with other disciplines such as Betula nana.
His Betulaceae research incorporates elements of Phenology, High-performance liquid chromatography, Betula pendula, Phenols and Tannin. His Ecology research integrates issues from Zoology and Population density. His Herbivore research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Adaptation, Insect, Nutrient and Scots pine.
Erkki Haukioja mostly deals with Botany, Herbivore, Betulaceae, Betula pubescens and Autumnal moth. His work focuses on many connections between Botany and other disciplines, such as Flavonoid, that overlap with his field of interest in Chlorogenic acid and Glycosylation. His Herbivore study is associated with Ecology.
His Betulaceae research incorporates themes from Woody plant and Trichome. His Betula pubescens research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Tenthredinidae, Argidae and Phenology. His Autumnal moth research incorporates elements of Arbol and Genetic variation.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Botany, Epirrita, Autumnal moth, Ecology and Herbivore. His Botany research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Proanthocyanidin, Insectivore and Warbler. The research on Betula pubescens, Lepidoptera genitalia and Betulaceae is part of his Epirrita project.
His Betula pubescens research includes themes of PEST analysis, Larva, Instar and Trichome. His work on Parasitism, Passerine, Predation and Sawfly as part of general Ecology study is frequently linked to Plant defense against herbivory, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His studies in Herbivore integrate themes in fields like Hydrolyzable Tannin, Resistance, Horticulture, Water content and Adaptation.
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Regulation of Woody Plant Secondary Metabolism by Resource Availability: Hypothesis Testing by Means of Meta-Analysis
Julia Koricheva;Stig Larsson;Erkki Haukioja;Markku Keinänen.
Alternative Concepts of Reproductive Effort, Costs of Reproduction, and Selection in Life-History Evolution
Juha Tuomi;Tuomo Hakala;Erkki Haukioja.
Integrative and Comparative Biology (1983)
On the Role of Plant Defences in the Fluctuation of Herbivore Populations
Insect performance on experimentally stressed woody plants: a meta-analysis.
Julia Koricheva;Stig Larsson;Erkki Haukioja.
Annual Review of Entomology (1998)
Nutrient stress: an explanation for plant anti-herbivore responses to defoliation
Juha Tuomi;Pekka Niemelä;Erkki Haukioja;Seija Sirén.
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?
Erkki Haukioja;Seppo Neuvonen.
Tolerance to herbivory in woody vs. herbaceous plants
Erkki Haukioja;Julia Koricheva.
Evolutionary Ecology (2000)
Biosynthetic origin of carbon-based secondary compounds: cause of variable responses of woody plants to fertilization?
Erkki Haukioja;Vladimir Ossipov;Julia Koricheva;Tuija Honkanen.
Birch leaves as a resource for herbivores: Seasonal occurrence of increased resistance in foliage after mechanical damage of adjacent leaves.
Erkki Haukioja;Pekka Niemelä.
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