Seppo Neuvonen
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Nutrient stress: an explanation for plant anti-herbivore responses to defoliation
J Tuomi, P Niemelä, E Haukioja, S Sirén, S Neuvonen
Oecologia 61, 208-210, 1984
Induced long‐term resistance of birch foliage against defoliators: defensive or incidental?
E Haukioja, S Neuvonen
Ecology 66 (4), 1303-1308, 1985
Complex responses of global insect pests to climate warming
P Lehmann, T Ammunét, M Barton, A Battisti, SD Eigenbrode, JU Jepsen, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 18 (3), 141-150, 2020
Structure of a microbial community in soil after prolonged addition of low levels of simulated acid rain
T Pennanen, H Fritze, P Vanhala, O Kiikkilä, S Neuvonen, E Bååth
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 64 (6), 2173-2180, 1998
The autumnal moth in Fennoscandia
E Haukioja, S Neuvonen, S Hanhimäki, P Niemelä
Dynamics of forest insect populations: patterns, causes, implications, 163-178, 1988
The relationship between size and reproductive potential in male and female Epirrita autumnata (Lep., Geometridae)
Ecological Entomology 10 (3), 267-270, 1985
Long-term inducible resistance in birch foliage: triggering cues and efficacy on a defoliator
E Haukioja, J Suomela, S Neuvonen
Oecologia 65, 363-369, 1985
Performance of moth larvae on birch in relation to altitude, climate, host quality and parasitoids
T Virtanen, S Neuvonen
Oecologia 120, 92-101, 1999
Effects of cumulative defoliations on growth, reproduction, and insect resistance in mountain birch
P Kaitaniemi, S Neuvonen, T Nyyssönen
Ecology 80 (2), 524-532, 1999
Delayed inducible resistance in mountain birch in response to fertilization and shade
K Ruohomaki, FS Chapin Iii, E Haukioja, S Neuvonen, J Suomela
Ecology 77 (8), 2302-2311, 1996
Climatic change and insect outbreaks in boreal forests: the role of winter temperatures
S Neuvonen, P Niemelä, T Virtanen
Ecological Bulletins, 63-67, 1999
Insect population dynamics and induction of plant resistance: the testing of hypotheses.
E Haukioja, S Neuvonen
Insect outbreaks., 411-432, 1987
Modelling topoclimatic patterns of egg mortality of Epirrita autumnata (Lepidoptera: Geometridae) with a Geographical Information System: predictions for current …
T Virtanen, S Neuvonen, A Nikula
Journal of Applied Ecology 35 (2), 311-322, 1998
Growth and reproduction of dwarf shrubs in a subarctic plant community: annual variation and above-ground interactions with neighbours
A Shevtsova, A Ojala, S Neuvonen, M Vieno, E Haukioja
Journal of Ecology, 263-275, 1995
High local species richness of parasitic wasps (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae; Pimplinae and Rhyssinae) from the lowland rainforests of Peruvian Amazonia
IE Sääksjärvi, S Haataja, S Neuvonen, ID Gauld, R Jussila, J Salo, ...
Ecological Entomology 29 (6), 735-743, 2004
Prolonged, simulated acid rain and heavy metal deposition: separated and combined effects on forest soil microbial community structure
T Pennanen, J Perkiömäki, O Kiikkilä, P Vanhala, S Neuvonen, H Fritze
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 27 (3), 291-300, 1998
Simulated acid rain affects birch leaf endophyte populations
ML Helander, S Neuvonen, T Sieber, O Petrini
Microbial Ecology 26, 227-234, 1993
Low nutritive quality as defence against herbivores: induced responses in birch
S Neuvonen, E Haukioja
Oecologia 63, 71-74, 1984
Species richness of macrolepidoptera on Finnish deciduous trees and shrubs
S Neuvonen, P Niemelä
Oecologia, 364-370, 1981
Foraging activity and dietary spectrum of wood ants (Formica rufa group) and their role in nutrient fluxes in boreal forests
T Domisch, L Finer, S Neuvonen, P NiemelÄ, AC Risch, J Kilpeläinen, ...
Ecological Entomology 34 (3), 369-377, 2009
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