Botany, Pollinator, Pollination, Ecology and Flor are his primary areas of study. His studies deal with areas such as Mimicry and Odor as well as Botany. Stefan Dötterl has researched Pollinator in several fields, including Animal ecology and Microbotryum violaceum.
His study in the field of Hadena is also linked to topics like Ocimene. Stefan Dötterl combines subjects such as Pollen and Apoidea, Hymenoptera with his study of Flor. His Pollen study incorporates themes from Animal communication and Chemical ecology.
Stefan Dötterl spends much of his time researching Botany, Pollinator, Pollination, Ecology and Zoology. His research investigates the connection with Botany and areas like Host which intersect with concerns in Foraging, Oligolecty and Campanula. The study incorporates disciplines such as Nocturnal, Mimicry, lilac and Hymenoptera in addition to Pollinator.
His research integrates issues of Reproductive success, Anthesis, Stamen and Nectar in his study of Pollination. His study in the field of Sex pheromone also crosses realms of Sensory cue. His Pollen course of study focuses on Chemical ecology and Animal communication.
Stefan Dötterl mostly deals with Zoology, Pollinator, Pollination, Botany and Floral scent. His Brood and Phalangiidae study, which is part of a larger body of work in Zoology, is frequently linked to Werauhia and Reproductive biology, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Pollinator research is within the category of Pollen.
His Pollination study combines topics in areas such as Forage, Foraging, Hedera helix and Nectar. His work on Xanthosoma, Arum and Bract as part of general Botany research is frequently linked to Titan and Cladosporium, bridging the gap between disciplines. The various areas that Stefan Dötterl examines in his Floral scent study include Lasioglossum, Organic chemistry, Jasmone and Absolute.
Stefan Dötterl spends much of his time researching Zoology, Evolutionary biology, Catasetum, Evolutionary significance and Sexual dimorphism. His Zoology research includes elements of Cypripedium calceolus, Frequency-dependent selection and Pollination, Pollinator.
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Qualitative and quantitative analyses of flower scent in Silene latifolia.
Stefan Dötterl;Lorne M. Wolfe;Andreas Jürgens.
The chemical ecology and evolution of bee-flower interactions: a review and perspectives'
Stefan Dötterl;Stefan Dötterl;Stefan Dötterl;Nicolas Vereecken;Nicolas Vereecken;Nicolas Vereecken.
Canadian Journal of Zoology (2010)
The chemical nature of fetid floral odours in stapeliads (Apocynaceae-Asclepiadoideae-Ceropegieae)
Andreas Jürgens;Stefan Dötterl;Ulrich Meve.
New Phytologist (2006)
Nursery pollination by a moth in Silene latifolia: the role of odours in eliciting antennal and behavioural responses
Stefan Dötterl;Andreas Jürgens;Karlheinz Seifert;Thorsten Laube.
New Phytologist (2006)
Spatial fragrance patterns in flowers of Silene latifolia: Lilac compounds as olfactory nectar guides?
Stefan Dötterl;Andreas Jürgens.
Plant Systematics and Evolution (2005)
Composition of epiphytic bacterial communities differs on petals and leaves.
Robert R. Junker;C. Loewel;Roy Gross;Stefan Dötterl.
Plant Biology (2011)
The evolution of floral scent and olfactory preferences in pollinators: coevolution or pre-existing bias?
Florian P. Schiestl;Stefan Dötterl.
Host‐plant finding and recognition by visual and olfactory floral cues in an oligolectic bee
Hannah Burger;Stefan Dötterl;Manfred Ayasse.
Functional Ecology (2010)
1,4-Dimethoxybenzene, a floral scent compound in willows that attracts an oligolectic bee.
Stefan Dötterl;Ulrike Füssel;Andreas Jürgens;Gregor Aas.
Journal of Chemical Ecology (2005)
Floral Odors of Silene otites: Their Variability and Attractiveness to Mosquitoes
Umma Salma Jhumur;Stefan Dötterl;Andreas Jürgens.
Journal of Chemical Ecology (2008)
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