His primary scientific interests are in Botany, Pheromone, Bark, Host and Bark beetle. In general Botany, his work in Verbenone, PEST analysis and Sex pheromone is often linked to Attraction linking many areas of study. As a part of the same scientific study, Fredrik Schlyter usually deals with the Bark, concentrating on Animal science and frequently concerns with Pinene.
Fredrik Schlyter has included themes like Picea abies, Semiochemical and Woody plant in his Host study. As a part of the same scientific family, Fredrik Schlyter mostly works in the field of Semiochemical, focusing on Pheromone trap and, on occasion, Biological system. The Bark beetle study combines topics in areas such as Green leaf volatiles, Chemosensory protein and Horticulture.
Fredrik Schlyter mostly deals with Botany, Bark beetle, Pheromone, Ecology and Bark. His Botany study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Host. His Bark beetle research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Predator, Insect, Bark and Resistance.
His Pheromone trap study in the realm of Pheromone connects with subjects such as Myrtenol. His Ecology research focuses on Zoology and how it relates to Olfactory system, Olfaction and Noctuidae. The concepts of his Bark study are interwoven with issues in Population density, Intraspecific competition, Semiochemical and Interspecific competition.
His primary areas of study are Bark beetle, Ecology, Botany, Pheromone and Host. His study with Bark beetle involves better knowledge in Bark. His Bark research includes elements of Aeration and Deciduous.
His Botany study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Horticulture. His studies deal with areas such as Zoology and Sensory system as well as Pheromone. His Host study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Entomology, Windthrow, Colonisation, Threatened species and Abiotic component.
Botany, Sex pheromone, Host, Pheromone and Bark beetle are his primary areas of study. He has included themes like Olfaction, Flour beetle and Generalist and specialist species in his Botany study. Fredrik Schlyter combines subjects such as Forest protection, Curculionidae, Green leaf volatiles, Bark and Chemical ecology with his study of Host.
His Bark study combines topics in areas such as Picea abies, Verbenone, Toxicology and Colonization. His Pheromone study also includes fields such as
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Olfactory recognition and behavioural avoidance of angiosperm nonhost volatiles by conifer-inhabiting bark beetles
Qing-He Zhang;Fredrik Schlyter.
Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2004)
Intraspecific competition affecting parents and offspring in the bark beetle ips typographus
Olle Anderbrant;Fredrik Schlyter;Goran Birgersson.
Antennal transcriptome analysis of the chemosensory gene families in the tree killing bark beetles, Ips typographus and Dendroctonus ponderosae(Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Scolytinae)
Martin N Andersson;Martin N Andersson;Ewald Grosse-Wilde;Christopher I. Keeling;Jonas M. Bengtsson.
BMC Genomics (2013)
Olfactory recognition of host-tree susceptibility by pine shoot beetles
J. A. Byers;B. S. Lanne;J. Löfqvist;F. Schlyter.
Quantitative variation of pheromone components in the spruce bark beetleIps typographus from different attack phases.
Göran Birgersson;Fredrik Schlyter;Jan Löfqvist;Gunnar Bergström.
Journal of Chemical Ecology (1984)
Non-host volatiles mediate associational resistance to the pine processionary moth.
H. Jactel;G. Birgersson;S. Andersson;F. Schlyter.
Sampling range, attraction range, and effective attraction radius: estimates of trap efficiency and communication distance in coleopteran pheromone and host attractant systems
Journal of Applied Entomology (1992)
Volatiles from Nonhost Birch Trees Inhibit Pheromone Response in Spruce Bark Beetles
John A. Byers;Qing-He Zhang;Fredrik Schlyter;Göran Birgersson.
Inducibility of chemical defenses in Norway spruce bark is correlated with unsuccessful mass attacks by the spruce bark beetle
Christian Schiebe;Almuth Hammerbacher;Göran Birgersson;Johanna Witzell.
Field response of spruce bark beetle,Ips typographus, to aggregation pheromone candidates.
Fredrik Schlyter;Göran Birgersson;John A. Byers;Jan Löfqvist.
Journal of Chemical Ecology (1987)
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