Silvia Dorn mostly deals with Ecology, Botany, Tortricidae, PEST analysis and Host. Her Ecology study incorporates themes from Zoology and Biological dispersal. Her research integrates issues of Olfaction, Horticulture and Olfactometer in her study of Botany.
Her Tortricidae study deals with the bigger picture of Lepidoptera genitalia. PEST analysis connects with themes related to Codling moth in her study. Her work on Parasitoid as part of general Host study is frequently linked to Facilitation, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Her primary scientific interests are in Botany, Ecology, Parasitoid, Host and PEST analysis. As part of her studies on Botany, Silvia Dorn frequently links adjacent subjects like Horticulture. Her Ecology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Zoology and Biological dispersal.
Silvia Dorn has researched PEST analysis in several fields, including Bioassay, Integrated pest management, Kairomone and Olfactometer. Her Tortricidae research focuses on subjects like Codling moth, which are linked to Frass. The various areas that Silvia Dorn examines in her Pollen study include Foraging and Brood.
Her primary areas of investigation include Botany, Ecology, Herbivore, Megachilidae and Pollination. Her work on Botany is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Host. Her Ecology study typically links adjacent topics like PEST analysis.
Her studies in PEST analysis integrate themes in fields like Range and Biological dispersal. Her Herbivore research includes themes of Reforestation and Biological pest control. The concepts of her Megachilidae study are interwoven with issues in Zoology, Hymenoptera and Brood.
Ecology, Megachilidae, Pollination, Botany and Pollen are her primary areas of study. Ecology is closely attributed to PEST analysis in her work. Her PEST analysis research integrates issues from Introduced species, Genetic structure, Integrated pest management and Invasive species.
Her Pollination study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Taxonomy, Community and Species richness. Her Pollinator research incorporates themes from Fruit tree, Apidae, Sustainable management and Orchard. Her work deals with themes such as Zoology, Hymenoptera, Brood, Sinapis arvensis and Generalist and specialist species, which intersect with Pollen source.
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Maximum foraging ranges in solitary bees: only few individuals have the capability to cover long foraging distances
Antonia Zurbuchen;Lisa Landert;Jeannine Klaiber;Andreas Müller.
Biological Conservation (2010)
Herbivore‐induced emissions of maize volatiles repel the corn leaf aphid, Rhopalosiphum maidis
Marco L. Bernasconi;Ted C. J. Turlings;Lara Ambrosetti;Paolo Bassetti.
Entomologia Experimentalis Et Applicata (1998)
The Induction of Volatile Emissions in Maize by Three Herbivore Species with Different Feeding Habits: Possible Consequences for Their Natural Enemies
Ted C.J Turlings;Marco Bernasconi;Rinaldo Bertossa;Franz Bigler.
Biological Control (1998)
Quantitative pollen requirements of solitary bees: Implications for bee conservation and the evolution of bee–flower relationships
Andreas Müller;Stefan Diener;Simone Schnyder;Katharina Stutz.
Biological Conservation (2006)
Drought changes plant chemistry and causes contrasting responses in lepidopteran herbivores
Bettina Gutbrodt;Karsten Mody;Silvia Dorn.
Specialized bees fail to develop on non-host pollen: do plants chemically protect their pollen?
Christophe J. Praz;Andreas Müller;Silvia Dorn.
Effect of plant volatile oils in protecting stored cowpea Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walpers against Callosobruchus maculatus (F.) (Coleoptera: Bruchidae) infestation.
N. Raja;S. Albert;S. Ignacimuthu;S. Dorn.
Journal of Stored Products Research (2001)
Long flights in Cydia pomonella L. (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) measured by a flight mill: influence of sex, mated status and age
Peter Schumacher;Albert WEyENETH;Donald C. Weber;Silvia Dorn.
Physiological Entomology (1997)
How rainfall, relative humidity and temperature influence volatile emissions from apple trees in situ.
Armelle Vallat;Hainan Gu;Silvia Dorn.
Movement of insect pests in agricultural landscapes
D. Mazzi;S. Dorn.
Annals of Applied Biology (2012)
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