2004 - Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences
Honorary Member of the British Ecological Society
Her primary scientific interests are in Ecology, Parasitoid, Herbivore, Botany and Host. Her work on Ecology is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Drosophila. Her Parasitoid study combines topics in areas such as Associative learning and Odor.
Her Herbivore study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Ecological relationship, Delia radicum, Trophic level, Food web and Carnivore. Louise E. M. Vet works in the field of Host, focusing on Parasitism in particular. The study incorporates disciplines such as Cotesia and Olfactometer in addition to Cotesia glomerata.
Her primary scientific interests are in Ecology, Parasitoid, Host, Botany and Cotesia glomerata. Her Ecology study deals with Drosophila intersecting with Pheromone and Sex pheromone. Her work carried out in the field of Parasitoid brings together such families of science as Associative learning and Parasitism.
Her work is dedicated to discovering how Host, Larva are connected with Drosophilidae and other disciplines. The Cotesia glomerata study combines topics in areas such as Pieris, Pieris brassicae and Cotesia. She combines subjects such as Stemborer and Olfactometer with her study of Braconidae.
Louise E. M. Vet mainly focuses on Parasitoid, Host, Ecology, Cotesia glomerata and Herbivore. Her work deals with themes such as Associative learning, Aphid and Parasitism, which intersect with Parasitoid. Her Host research focuses on Parasitoid wasp in particular.
Louise E. M. Vet usually deals with Ecology and limits it to topics linked to Reproductive success and Competition, Predation and Interspecific competition. As part of the same scientific family, she usually focuses on Cotesia glomerata, concentrating on Foraging and intersecting with Ecology. Herbivore is a subfield of Botany that Louise E. M. Vet tackles.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Botany, Ecology, Pieris brassicae, Host and Parasitoid. Her Botany research includes elements of Nutrient and Animal science. Her work is connected to Foraging and Ecology, as a part of Ecology.
Her research in Pieris brassicae intersects with topics in Bunias orientalis, Herbivore and Native plant. Louise E. M. Vet has included themes like Sinigrin, Brassicaceae and Brassica in her Host study. Her specific area of interest is Parasitoid, where Louise E. M. Vet studies Cotesia glomerata.
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Ecology of infochemical use by natural enemies in a tritrophic context.
Louise E. M. Vet;Marcel Dicke.
Annual Review of Entomology (1992)
Linking above- and belowground multitrophic interactions of plants, herbivores, pathogens, and their antagonists
Wim H. Van der Putten;Louise E.M. Vet;Jeffrey A. Harvey;Felix L. Wäckers.
Trends in Ecology and Evolution (2001)
Learning of Host-Finding Cues by Hymenopterous Parasitoids
Ted C. L. Turlings;Felix L. Wäckers;Louise E. M. Vet;W. Joseph Lewis.
Insect Learning:Ecological and Evolutionary Perspectives (1993)
Parasitoid foraging and learning.
L.E.M. Vet;W.J. Lewis;R.T. Cardé.
Chemical ecology of insects 2 (1995)
An evolutionary approach to host finding and selection.
J.J.M. van Alphen;L.E.M. Vet.
Insect parasitoids, J.K. Waage & D.J. Greathead (eds.). Academic Press, London (1986) 23-61. (1986)
An airflow olfactometer for measuring olfactory responses of hymenopterous parasitoids and other small insects
Louise E. M. Vet;J. C. Van Lenteren;M. Heymans;E. Meelis.
Physiological Entomology (1983)
Semiochemicals and learning in parasitoids.
Louise E. M. Vet;Alex W. Groenewold.
Journal of Chemical Ecology (1990)
PHEROMONE-MEDIATED AGGREGATION IN NONSOCIAL ARTHROPODS: An Evolutionary Ecological Perspective
Bregje Wertheim;Bregje Wertheim;Erik-Jan A. van Baalen;Marcel Dicke;Louise E.M. Vet.
Annual Review of Entomology (2005)
Candidate genes for behavioural ecology
Mark J. Fitzpatrick;Yehuda Ben-Shahar;Hans M. Smid;Louise E.M. Vet.
Trends in Ecology and Evolution (2005)
Plant-carnivore interactions: evolutionary and ecological consequences for plant, herbivore and carnivore
M. Dicke;L.E.M. Vet.
Herbivores between Plants and Predators (1999)
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