Jacques Pasteels performs integrative study on Ecology and Chemical ecology. Jacques Pasteels undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Chemical ecology and Ecology through his research. His Salicin research extends to the thematically linked field of Botany. His research on Host (biology) often connects related areas such as Genetics. He merges Genetics with Gene in his study. In his articles, Jacques Pasteels combines various disciplines, including Gene and Evolutionary biology. Jacques Pasteels conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Evolutionary biology and Zoology through his research. He merges Zoology with Genus in his study. Jacques Pasteels merges Genus with Host (biology) in his research.
Botany and Glycoside are commonly linked in his work. His Ecology study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Host (biology). In his research, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Zoology and Botany. He brings together Larva and Leaf beetle to produce work in his papers. He performs integrative Leaf beetle and Larva research in his work. Jacques Pasteels combines Predation and Ecology in his studies. His Herbivore study often links to related topics such as Chemical defense. His study in Herbivore extends to Chemical defense with its themes.
In his work, Cuticle (hair) is strongly intertwined with Anatomy, which is a subfield of Epidermis (zoology). His research on Cuticle (hair) often connects related areas such as Anatomy. Botany is closely attributed to Arthropod cuticle in his research. His work blends Arthropod cuticle and Insect studies together. He applies his multidisciplinary studies on Insect and Leaf beetle in his research. By researching both Leaf beetle and Larva, Jacques Pasteels produces research that crosses academic boundaries. In his study, Jacques Pasteels carries out multidisciplinary Larva and Willow research. His Botany research extends to the thematically linked field of Willow. He performs multidisciplinary study on Ecology and Trophic level in his works.
Ecology is intertwined with Trophic level, Chemical ecology and Foraging in his research. In most of his Foraging studies, his work intersects topics such as Ecology. His research ties Digitoxigenin and Botany together. Digitoxigenin is closely attributed to Glycoside in his study. His studies link Stereochemistry with Glycoside. Jacques Pasteels frequently studies issues relating to Cardenolide and Stereochemistry. He merges many fields, such as Cardenolide and Aglycone, in his writings. His research brings together the fields of Botany and Aglycone. Allelopathy connects with themes related to Germination in his study.
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Self-organized Shortcuts in the Argentine Ant
Probabilistic behaviour in ants: A strategy of errors?
Journal of Theoretical Biology (1983)
The Chemical Ecology of Defense in Arthropods
Annual Review of Entomology (1983)
Information Processing in Social Insects
Ontogenetic development and evolution of the worker caste in termites
Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences (1987)
Decision-making in foraging by social insects
Information processing in social insects. (1999)
Chemical defence in chrysomelid larvae and adults
Jacques Pasteels;Jean Claude Braekman;Désiré Daloze;Robert Ottinger.
Random behaviour, amplification processes and number of participants: how they contribute to the foraging properties of ants
Physica D: Nonlinear Phenomena (1986)
Feeding specialization and host-derived chemical defense in Chrysomeline leaf beetles did not lead to an evolutionary dead end
Arnaud Termonia;Ting H. Hsiao;Jacques M. Pasteels;Michel C. Milinkovitch.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2001)
Ladybird defence alkaloids: Structural, chemotaxonomic and biosynthetic aspects (Col.: Coccinellidae)
Désiré Daloze;Jean-Claude Braekman;Jacques M. Pasteels.
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