Botany connects with themes related to Herbivore in his study. His research ties Pheromone trap and Ecology together. His work on PEST analysis expands to the thematically related Pheromone trap. His research combines Semiochemical and PEST analysis. His Semiochemical study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Ecology. His studies link Mating disruption with Lepidoptera genitalia. His work on Mating disruption is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Zoology. His work on Mating expands to the thematically related Zoology. Mating and Pheromone are two areas of study in which Peter Witzgall engages in interdisciplinary research.
In his works, Peter Witzgall undertakes multidisciplinary study on Botany and Food science. In his research, Peter Witzgall performs multidisciplinary study on Food science and Botany. His Lepidoptera genitalia study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Codling moth. Peter Witzgall regularly links together related areas like Lepidoptera genitalia in his Codling moth studies. Peter Witzgall integrates Sex pheromone and Mating disruption in his research. In his research, he performs multidisciplinary study on Mating disruption and Pheromone trap. His Pheromone trap study typically links adjacent topics like Sex pheromone. By researching both Pheromone and Olfaction, Peter Witzgall produces research that crosses academic boundaries. Peter Witzgall performs multidisciplinary study in Olfaction and Pheromone in his work.
His work in Wine addresses subjects such as Food science, which are connected to disciplines such as Aroma. His Aroma study frequently links to other fields, such as Food science. Botany is closely attributed to Prunus in his research. Prunus and Botany are frequently intertwined in his study. His work in Ecology is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Host (biology). His study brings together the fields of Ecology and Host (biology). He connects Insect with Foraging in his research. Peter Witzgall merges Foraging with Herbivore in his study. In his study, Peter Witzgall carries out multidisciplinary Herbivore and Larva research.
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Sex pheromones and their impact on pest management.
Peter Witzgall;Philipp Kirsch;Alan Cork.
Journal of Chemical Ecology (2010)
Codling Moth Management and Chemical Ecology
Peter Witzgall;Lukasz Stelinski;Larry Gut;Don Thomson.
Annual Review of Entomology (2008)
Yeast, not fruit volatiles mediate Drosophila melanogaster attraction, oviposition and development
Paul G. Becher;Paul G. Becher;Gerhard Flick;Elżbieta Rozpędowska;Elżbieta Rozpędowska;Alexandra Schmidt.
Functional Ecology (2012)
Plant odor analysis of apple: antennal response of codling moth females to apple volatiles during phenological development.
Marie Bengtsson;Anna-Carin Bäckman;Ilme Liblikas;Martha I. Ramirez.
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (2001)
Host plant volatiles synergize response to sex pheromone in codling moth, Cydia pomonella.
Zhihua Yang;Marie Bengtsson;Peter Witzgall.
Journal of Chemical Ecology (2004)
Chemical Ecology and Management of Lobesia botrana (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae)
C. Ioriatti;G. Anfora;M. Tasin;A. De Cristofaro.
Journal of Economic Entomology (2011)
Flying the fly: long-range flight behavior of Drosophila melanogaster to attractive odors.
Paul G. Becher;Marie Bengtsson;Bill S. Hansson;Peter Witzgall.
Journal of Chemical Ecology (2010)
Floral to green: mating switches moth olfactory coding and preference
Ahmed M. Saveer;Sophie H. Kromann;Göran Birgersson;Marie Bengtsson.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2012)
Putative Chemosensory Receptors of the Codling Moth, Cydia pomonella, Identified by Antennal Transcriptome Analysis
Jonas M. Bengtsson;Federica Trona;Nicolas Montagné;Nicolas Montagné;Gianfranco Anfora.
PLOS ONE (2012)
Antennal and behavioral responses of grapevine moth Lobesia botrana females to volatiles from grapevine.
Marco Tasin;Gianfranco Anfora;Claudio Ioriatti;Silvia Carlin.
Journal of Chemical Ecology (2005)
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