Robert R. Junker
Robert R. Junker
Professor of Evolutionary Ecology of Plants, Philipps-University Marburg
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Floral scents repel facultative flower visitors, but attract obligate ones
RR Junker, N Blüthgen
Annals of Botany 105 (5), 777-782, 2010
Specialization on traits as basis for the niche‐breadth of flower visitors and as structuring mechanism of ecological networks
RR Junker, N Blüthgen, T Brehm, J Binkenstein, J Paulus, ...
Functional Ecology, 2013
Volatile organic compound mediated interactions at the plant-microbe interface
RR Junker, D Tholl
Journal of chemical ecology 39 (7), 810-825, 2013
The potential for indirect effects between co‐flowering plants via shared pollinators depends on resource abundance, accessibility and relatedness
LG Carvalheiro, JC Biesmeijer, G Benadi, J Fründ, M Stang, I Bartomeus, ...
Ecology letters 17 (11), 1389-1399, 2014
Composition of epiphytic bacterial communities differs on petals and leaves
RR Junker, C Loewel, R Gross, S Dötterl, A Keller, N Blüthgen
Plant Biology 13 (6), 918-924, 2011
Floral scents repel potentially nectar-thieving ants
RR Junker, N Bluthgen
Evolutionary Ecology Research 10 (2), 295, 2008
Responses to olfactory signals reflect network structure of flower‐visitor interactions
RR Junker, N Höcherl, N Blüthgen
Journal of Animal Ecology 79 (4), 818-823, 2010
Interaction between flowers, ants and pollinators: additional evidence for floral repellence against ants
R Junker, AYC Chung, N Blüthgen
Ecological Research 22 (4), 665-670, 2007
Working Towards a Holistic View on Flower Traits—How Floral Scents Mediate Plant–Animal Interactions in Concert with Other Floral Characters
RR Junker, AL Parachnowitsch
Journal of the Indian Institute of Science 95 (1), 43-68, 2015
TRY plant trait database–enhanced coverage and open access
J Kattge, G Bönisch, S Díaz, S Lavorel, IC Prentice, P Leadley, ...
Global Change Biology, 2019
Floral odor bouquet loses its ant repellent properties after inhibition of terpene biosynthesis
RR Junker, J Gershenzon, SB Unsicker
Journal of chemical ecology 37 (12), 1323-1331, 2011
Bees, birds and yellow flowers: pollinator‐dependent convergent evolution of UV patterns
S Papiorek, RR Junker, I Alves‐dos‐Santos, GAR Melo, LP Amaral‐Neto, ...
Plant Biology 18 (1), 46-55, 2016
CYP76C1 (Cytochrome P450)-mediated linalool metabolism and the formation of volatile and soluble linalool oxides in Arabidopsis flowers: a strategy for defense against floral …
B Boachon, RR Junker, L Miesch, JE Bassard, R Höfer, R Caillieaudeaux, ...
The Plant Cell 27 (10), 2972-2990, 2015
Microhabitat heterogeneity across leaves and flower organs promotes bacterial diversity
RR Junker, A Keller
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 91 (9), fiv097, 2015
Hawaiian ant-flower networks: nectar-thieving ants prefer undefended native over introduced plants with floral defenses
RR Junker, CC Daehler, S Dötterl, A Keller, N Blüthgen
Ecological Monographs 81 (2), 295-311, 2011
Experimental manipulation of floral scent bouquets restructures flower–visitor interactions in the field
AAC Larue, RA Raguso, RR Junker
Journal of Animal Ecology 85 (2), 396-408, 2016
Density-dependent negative responses by bumblebees to bacteria isolated from flowers
RR Junker, T Romeike, A Keller, D Langen
Apidologie 45 (4), 467-477, 2014
Covariation and phenotypic integration in chemical communication displays: Biosynthetic constraints and eco‐evolutionary implications
RR Junker, J Kuppler, L Amo, JD Blande, RM Borges, NM van Dam, ...
New Phytologist 220 (3), 739-749, 2018
Functional and phylogenetic diversity of plant communities differently affect the structure of flower-visitor interactions and reveal convergences in floral traits
RR Junker, N Blüthgen, A Keller
Evolutionary Ecology 29 (3), 437-450, 2015
Salience of multimodal flower cues manipulates initial responses and facilitates learning performance of bumblebees
TD Katzenberger, K Lunau, RR Junker
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67 (10), 1587-1599, 2013
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