His primary scientific interests are in Botany, Herbivore, Spodoptera littoralis, Insect and Jasmonic acid. His Botany research integrates issues from Plant defense against herbivory, Jasmonate, Abscisic acid and Biochemistry. His Jasmonate research focuses on subjects like Cell biology, which are linked to Plant Immunity and Regulation of gene expression.
Herbivore is a subfield of Ecology that Matthias Erb studies. His Spodoptera littoralis study incorporates themes from Metabolome, Setosphaeria turcica and Metabolism. His studies deal with areas such as Pest control, Predation and Brown planthopper as well as Insect.
Matthias Erb focuses on Herbivore, Botany, Plant defense against herbivory, Ecology and Insect. His work on Plant tolerance to herbivory as part of general Herbivore research is frequently linked to Taraxacum officinale, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Botany research incorporates themes from Jasmonic acid and Jasmonate.
His Plant defense against herbivory research focuses on Secondary metabolite and how it relates to Secondary metabolism. His Natural enemies and Guild study in the realm of Ecology interacts with subjects such as Context and Plant toxins. His Insect research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Poaceae, Caterpillar and Predation.
His primary areas of investigation include Herbivore, Botany, Western corn rootworm, Ecology and Host. His Herbivore study combines topics in areas such as Metabolite, Plant defense against herbivory, Insect and Biotic component. Matthias Erb has included themes like Rhizosphere and Abiotic component in his Botany study.
Matthias Erb usually deals with Western corn rootworm and limits it to topics linked to Biological pest control and Experimental evolution and Biotechnology. His work on Phenotypic plasticity and Habitat as part of general Ecology study is frequently linked to Context, Low-pressure area and Effects of high altitude on humans, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His research investigates the connection between Host and topics such as Foraging that intersect with problems in Sugar.
Matthias Erb mainly focuses on Herbivore, Botany, PEST analysis, Western corn rootworm and Larva. His work deals with themes such as Agronomy, Robustness, Indole test, Insect and Tree species, which intersect with Herbivore. His work on Resistance as part of general Agronomy research is frequently linked to Infectivity, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His study in Plant defense against herbivory extends to Botany with its themes. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Braconidae, Parasitoid and Helicoverpa armigera. His Western corn rootworm research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Host, Photorhabdus, Biological pest control and Experimental evolution.
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Role of phytohormones in insect-specific plant reactions.
Matthias Erb;Stefan Meldau;Gregg A. Howe.
Trends in Plant Science (2012)
Root exudate metabolites drive plant-soil feedbacks on growth and defense by shaping the rhizosphere microbiota
Lingfei Hu;Christelle A. M. Robert;Selma Cadot;Xi Zhang.
Nature Communications (2018)
Benzoxazinoid Metabolites Regulate Innate Immunity against Aphids and Fungi in Maize.
Shakoor Ahmad;Nathalie Veyrat;Ruth Gordon-Weeks;Yuhua Zhang.
Plant Physiology (2011)
Indole is an essential herbivore-induced volatile priming signal in maize
Matthias Erb;Nathalie Veyrat;Christelle A. M. Robert;Hao Xu.
Nature Communications (2015)
Signal signature of aboveground-induced resistance upon belowground herbivory in maize.
Matthias Erb;Victor Flors;Danielle Karlen;Elvira S. de Lange.
Plant Journal (2009)
Tritrophic Interactions Mediated by Herbivore-Induced Plant Volatiles: Mechanisms, Ecological Relevance, and Application Potential.
Ted C.J. Turlings;Matthias Erb.
Annual Review of Entomology (2018)
Silencing OsHI‐LOX makes rice more susceptible to chewing herbivores, but enhances resistance to a phloem feeder
Guoxin Zhou;Jinfeng Qi;Nan Ren;Jiaan Cheng.
Plant Journal (2009)
Natural Variation in Maize Aphid Resistance Is Associated with 2,4-Dihydroxy-7-Methoxy-1,4-Benzoxazin-3-One Glucoside Methyltransferase Activity
Lisa N. Meihls;Vinzenz Handrick;Gaetan Glauser;Hugues Barbier.
The Plant Cell (2013)
The underestimated role of roots in defense against leaf attackers
Matthias Erb;Claudia Lenk;Jörg Degenhardt;Ted C.J. Turlings.
Trends in Plant Science (2009)
The maize lipoxygenase, ZmLOX10, mediates green leaf volatile, jasmonate, and herbivore-induced plant volatile production for defense against insect attack
Shawn A. Christensen;Andriy Nemchenko;Eli Borrego;Ian Murray.
Plant Journal (2013)
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