Jarmo Holopainen
Jarmo Holopainen
Professor Emeritus of Applied Ecology, University of Eastern Finland, Kuopio, Finland
Vahvistettu sähköpostiosoite verkkotunnuksessa - Kotisivu
Multiple stress factors and the emission of plant VOCs
JK Holopainen, J Gershenzon
Trends in plant science 15 (3), 176-184, 2010
An amorphous solid state of biogenic secondary organic aerosol particles
A Virtanen, J Joutsensaari, T Koop, J Kannosto, P Yli-Pirilä, J Leskinen, ...
Nature 467 (7317), 824-827, 2010
Multiple functions of inducible plant volatiles
JK Holopainen
Trends in plant science 9 (11), 529-533, 2004
Insecticidal, repellent, antimicrobial activity and phytotoxicity of essential oils: with special reference to limonene and its suitability for control of insect pests
MA Ibrahim, P Kainulainen, A Aflatuni, K Tiilikkala, JK Holopainen
MTT Agrifood Research Finland, 2001
Smelling global climate change: mitigation of function for plant volatile organic compounds
JS Yuan, SJ Himanen, JK Holopainen, F Chen, CN Stewart
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 24 (6), 323-331, 2009
Comparing the VOC emissions between air-dried and heat-treated Scots pine wood
AM Manninen, P Pasanen, JK Holopainen
Atmospheric Environment 36 (11), 1763-1768, 2002
Olfactory responses of Plutella xylostella natural enemies to host pheromone, larval frass, and green leaf cabbage volatiles
GVP Reddy, JK Holopainen, A Guerrero
Journal of chemical ecology 28, 131-143, 2002
Plant Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) in Ozone (O3) Polluted Atmospheres: The Ecological Effects
DM Pinto, JD Blande, SR Souza, AM Nerg, JK Holopainen
Journal of chemical ecology 36, 22-34, 2010
Emission of Plutella xylostella-Induced Compounds from Cabbages Grown at Elevated CO2 and Orientation Behavior of the Natural Enemies
T Vuorinen, AM Nerg, MA Ibrahim, GVP Reddy, JK Holopainen
Plant Physiology 135 (4), 1984-1992, 2004
Plant volatiles in polluted atmospheres: stress responses and signal degradation
JD Blande, JK Holopainen, Ü Niinemets
Plant, cell & environment 37 (8), 1892-1904, 2014
Birch (Betula spp.) leaves adsorb and re‐release volatiles specific to neighbouring plants – a mechanism for associational herbivore resistance?
SJ Himanen, JD Blande, T Klemola, J Pulkkinen, J Heijari, JK Holopainen
New Phytologist 186 (3), 722-732, 2010
From plants to birds: higher avian predation rates in trees responding to insect herbivory
E Mäntylä, GA Alessio, JD Blande, J Heijari, JK Holopainen, T Laaksonen, ...
PLoS One 3 (7), e2832, 2008
Climate change effects on secondary compounds of forest trees in the northern hemisphere
JK Holopainen, V Virjamo, RP Ghimire, JD Blande, R Julkunen-Tiitto, ...
Frontiers in plant science 9, 1445, 2018
Contrasting effects of elevated carbon dioxide concentration and temperature on Rubisco activity, chlorophyll fluorescence, needle ultrastructure and secondary metabolites in …
L Sallas, EM Luomala, J Utriainen, P Kainulainen, JK Holopainen
Tree Physiology 23 (2), 97-108, 2003
Application of methyl jasmonate reduces growth but increases chemical defence and resistance against Hylobius abietis in Scots pine seedlings
J Heijari, AM Nerg, P Kainulainen, H Viiri, M Vuorinen, JK Holopainen
Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 115 (1), 117-124, 2005
Ozone degrades common herbivore-induced plant volatiles: does this affect herbivore prey location by predators and parasitoids?
DM Pinto, JD Blande, R Nykänen, WX Dong, AM Nerg, JK Holopainen
Journal of chemical ecology 33, 683-694, 2007
Where do herbivore-induced plant volatiles go?
JK Holopainen, JD Blande
Frontiers in plant science 4, 185, 2013
Use of Human Urine Fertilizer in Cultivation of Cabbage (Brassica oleracea)––Impacts on Chemical, Microbial, and Flavor Quality
SK Pradhan, AM Nerg, A Sjöblom, JK Holopainen, H Heinonen-Tanski
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 55 (21), 8657-8663, 2007
Concentrations of secondary compounds in Scots pine needles at different stages of decomposition
P Kainulainen, JK Holopainen
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 34 (1), 37-42, 2002
Effects of nitrogen fertilization on secondary chemistry and ectomycorrhizal state of Scots pine seedlings and on growth of grey pine aphid
P Kainulainen, J Holopainen, V Palomäki, T Holopainen
Journal of Chemical Ecology 22, 617-636, 1996
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