Ekologisen ympäristötieteen laitos
Department of Ecology and Environmental Science

Julkaisut 2005
Publications 2005

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1 Heijari J et al. Resistance of scots pine wood to brown-rot fungi after long-term forest fertilization.
2 Heijari J et al. Application of methyl jasmonate reduces growth but increases chemical defence and resistance against Hylobius abietis in Scots pine seedlings.
3 Himanen S et al. Effects of cyclamen mite (Phytonemus pallidus) and leaf beetle (Galerucella tenella) damage on volatile emission from strawberry (Fragaria x ananassa Duch.) plants and orientation of predatory mites (Neoseiulus cucumeris, N. californicus,...
4 Holopainen J. Possibilities to manipulate direct and indirect chemical defence of the crop plants - benefits and drawbacks for IPM.
5 Holopainen J. Geneettisesti muunneltujen kasvien riskit ja mahdollisuudet kasvinsuojelussa.
6 Holopainen JK. Improvement of biological control by volatile plant compounds.
7 Holopainen T et al. Alkusanat.
8 Ibrahim MA. Plant Essential Oils as Plant Protectants and Growth Activators.
9 Ibrahim MA et al. Response of Plutella xylostella and its parasitoid Cotesia plutellae to volatile compounds.
10 Joutsensaari J et al. Nanoparticle formation by ozonolysis of inducible plant volatiles.
11 Kasurinen A et al. Below-ground responses of silver birch trees exposed to elevated CO2 and O3 levels during three growing seasons.
12 Kivimäenpää M et al. Ozone-induced changes in the chloroplast structure of conifer needles, and their use in ozone diagnostics.
13 Luomala E-M. Photosynthesis, Chemical Composition and Anatomy of Scots Pine and Norway Spruce Needles Under Elevated Atmospheric CO2 Concentration and Temperature.
14 Nissinen A. Tuhoeläimet [Kaali, lanttu, nauris ja muut ristikukkaiset].
15 Nissinen A. Tuhoeläimet [Porkkana, selleri, tilli ja muut sarjakukkaiset].
16 Nissinen A. Tuhoeläimet [Sipuli ja purjo].
17 Nissinen A et al. Influence of carrot psyllid (Trioza apicalis) feeding or exogenous limonene or methyl jasmonate treatment on composition of carrot (Daucus carota) leaf essential oil and headspace volatiles.
18 Oksanen E et al. Photosynthesis of birch (Betula pendula) is sensitive to springtime frost and ozone.
19 Oksanen E et al. Structural characteristics and chemical composition of birch (Betula pendula) leaves are modified by increasing CO2 and ozone.
20 Padu E et al. Components of apoplastic ascorbate use in Betula pendula leaves exposed to CO2 and O3 enrichment.
21 Riikonen J et al. Leaf photosynthetic characteristics of silver birch during three years of exposure to elevated concentrations of CO2 and O3 in the field.
22 Rinnan R et al. Ambient ultraviolet radiation in the Arctic reduces root biomass and alters microbial community composition but has no effects on microbial biomass.
23 Rinnan R et al. Emission of non-methane volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from boreal peatland microcosms-effects of ozone exposure.
24 Vapaavuori E et al. Lehtipuut - menestyjiä tulevaisuuden ilmastossa? Tuloksia Suonenjoen kenttäkokeesta rauduskoivulla.
25 Vuorinen T. Induced Volatile Emissions of Plants Under Elevated Carbon Dioxide and Ozone Concentrations, and Impacts on Indirect Antiherbivore Defence.
26 Vuorinen T et al. Emission of volatile organic compounds from two silver birch (Betula pendula Roth) clones grown under ambient and elevated CO2 and different O3 concentrations.

Ekologisen ympäristötieteen laitos Department of Ecology and Environmental Science
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