Jarmo Holopainen
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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
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
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
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
Where do herbivore-induced plant volatiles go?
JK Holopainen, JD Blande
Frontiers in plant science 4, 185, 2013
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
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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