Andre Kessler
Andre Kessler
Professor of Chemical Ecology, Cornell University
Verified email at cornell.edu
TitleCited byYear
Defensive function of herbivore-induced plant volatile emissions in nature
A Kessler, IT Baldwin
Science 291 (5511), 2141, 2001
18672001
Plant responses to insect herbivory: the emerging molecular analysis
A Kessler, IT Baldwin
Annual Review of Plant Biology 53 (1), 299-328, 2002
14062002
Silencing the jasmonate cascade: induced plant defenses and insect populations
A Kessler, R Halitschke, IT Baldwin
Science 305 (5684), 665, 2004
4982004
Priming of plant defense responses in nature by airborne signaling between Artemisia tridentata and Nicotiana attenuata
A Kessler, R Halitschke, C Diezel, IT Baldwin
Oecologia 148 (2), 280-292, 2006
3122006
Shared signals–‘alarm calls’ from plants increase apparency to herbivores and their enemies in nature
R Halitschke, JA Stenberg, D Kessler, A Kessler, IT Baldwin
Ecology letters 11 (1), 24-34, 2008
2672008
Attracting friends to feast on foes: engineering terpene emission to make crop plants more attractive to herbivore enemies
J Degenhardt, J Gershenzon, IT Baldwin, A Kessler
Current opinion in biotechnology 14 (2), 169-176, 2003
2622003
Merging molecular and ecological approaches in plant-insect interactions
IT Baldwin, R Halitschke, A Kessler, U Schittko
Current Opinion in Plant Biology 4 (4), 351-358, 2001
2412001
Ecophysiological comparison of direct and indirect defenses in Nicotiana attenuata
R Halitschke, A Ke▀ler, J Kahl, A Lorenz, IT Baldwin
Oecologia 124 (3), 408-417, 2000
2372000
Constitutive and induced defenses to herbivory in above-and belowground plant tissues
I Kaplan, R Halitschke, A Kessler, S Sardanelli, RF Denno
Ecology 89 (2), 392-406, 2008
2112008
Herbivore‐induced plant vaccination. Part I. The orchestration of plant defenses in nature and their fitness consequences in the wild tobacco Nicotiana attenuata
A Kessler, I T Baldwin
The Plant Journal 38 (4), 639-649, 2004
2062004
The multiple faces of indirect defences and their agents of natural selection
A Kessler, M Heil
Functional Ecology, 2011
2002011
Volatile signaling in plant-plant-herbivore interactions: what is real?
IT Baldwin, A Kessler, R Halitschke
Current opinion in plant biology 5 (4), 351-354, 2002
1852002
Physiological integration of roots and shoots in plant defense strategies links above‐and belowground herbivory
I Kaplan, R Halitschke, A Kessler, BJ Rehill, S Sardanelli, RF Denno
Ecology Letters 11 (8), 841-851, 2008
1542008
Testing the potential for conflicting selection on floral chemical traits by pollinators and herbivores: predictions and case study
A Kessler, R Halitschke
Functional Ecology 23 (5), 901-912, 2009
1462009
Ecological costs and benefits correlated with trypsin protease inhibitor production in Nicotiana attenuata
GA Glawe, JA Zavala, A Kessler, NM Van Dam, IT Baldwin
Ecology 84 (1), 79-90, 2003
1342003
Specificity and complexity: the impact of herbivore-induced plant responses on arthropod community structure
A Kessler, R Halitschke
Current opinion in plant biology 10 (4), 409-414, 2007
1242007
Evolutionary trade-offs in plants mediate the strength of trophic cascades
KA Mooney, R Halitschke, A Kessler, AA Agrawal
Science 327 (5973), 1642-1644, 2010
1232010
Herbivory-mediated pollinator limitation: negative impacts of induced volatiles on plant-pollinator interactions
A Kessler, R Halitschke, K Poveda
Ecology 92 (9), 1769-1780, 2011
1182011
Pollinators exert natural selection on flower size and floral display in Penstemon digitalis
AL Parachnowitsch, A Kessler
New Phytologist 188 (2), 393-402, 2010
1112010
Phenotypic selection to increase floral scent emission, but not flower size or colour in bee‐pollinated Penstemon digitalis
AL Parachnowitsch, RA Raguso, A Kessler
New Phytologist 195 (3), 667-675, 2012
882012
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