Andreas Jürgens
Andreas Jürgens
Technische Universität Darmstadt, Plant Chemical Ecology, Germany
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A framework for comparing pollinator performance: effectiveness and efficiency
G Ne'eman, A Jürgens, L Newstrom‐Lloyd, SG Potts, A Dafni
Biological Reviews 85 (3), 435-451, 2010
Qualitative and quantitative analyses of flower scent in Silene latifolia
S Dötterl, LM Wolfe, A Jürgens
Phytochemistry 66 (2), 203-213, 2005
The chemical nature of fetid floral odours in stapeliads (Apocynaceae‐Asclepiadoideae‐Ceropegieae)
A Jürgens, S Dötterl, U Meve
New Phytologist 172 (3), 452-468, 2006
Nursery pollination by a moth in Silene latifolia: the role of odours in eliciting antennal and behavioural responses
S Dötterl, A Jürgens, K Seifert, T Laube, B Weißbecker, S Schütz
New Phytologist 169 (4), 707-718, 2006
Flower scent composition in night-flowering Silene species (Caryophyllaceae)
A Jürgens, T Witt, G Gottsberger
Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 30 (5), 383-397, 2002
Flower scent composition in Dianthus and Saponaria species (Caryophyllaceae) and its relevance for pollination biology and taxonomy
A Jürgens, T Witt, G Gottsberger
Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 31 (4), 345-357, 2003
Floral scent compounds of Amazonian Annonaceae species pollinated by small beetles and thrips
A Jürgens, AC Webber, G Gottsberger
Phytochemistry 55 (6), 551-558, 2000
Spatial fragrance patterns in flowers of Silene latifolia: Lilac compounds as olfactory nectar guides?
S Dötterl1, A Jürgens
Plant Systematics and Evolution 255, 99-109, 2005
Pollen grain numbers, ovule numbers and pollen-ovule ratios in Caryophylloideae: correlation with breeding system, pollination, life form, style number, and sexual system
A Jürgens, T Witt, G Gottsberger
Sexual plant reproduction 14, 279-289, 2002
Chemical mimicry of insect oviposition sites: a global analysis of convergence in angiosperms
A Jürgens, SL Wee, A Shuttleworth, SD Johnson
Ecology Letters 16 (9), 1157-1167, 2013
1, 4-Dimethoxybenzene, a floral scent compound in willows that attracts an oligolectic bee
S Dötterl, U Füssel, A Jürgens, G Aas
Journal of chemical Ecology 31, 2993-2998, 2005
Convergent evolution of carrion and faecal scent mimicry in fly-pollinated angiosperm flowers and a stinkhorn fungus
SD Johnson, A Jürgens
South African Journal of Botany 76 (4), 796-807, 2010
Reproduction and Pollination in Central European Populations of Silene and Saponaria Species
A Jürgens, T Witt, G Gottsberger
Botanica Acta 109 (4), 316-324, 1996
Do carnivorous plants use volatiles for attracting prey insects?
A Jürgens, AM El‐Sayed, DM Suckling
Functional Ecology 23 (5), 875-887, 2009
Floral Reward, Advertisement and Attractiveness to Honey Bees in Dioecious Salix caprea
S Dötterl, U Glück, A Jürgens, J Woodring, G Aas
PloS one 9 (3), e93421, 2014
Floral Odors of Silene otites: Their Variability and Attractiveness to Mosquitoes
US Jhumur, S Dötterl, A Jürgens
Journal of Chemical Ecology 34, 14-25, 2008
Chemical composition of anther volatiles in Ranunculaceae: genera‐specific profiles in Anemone, Aquilegia, Caltha, Pulsatilla, Ranunculus, and Trollius species
A Jürgens, S Dötterl
American Journal of Botany 91 (12), 1969-1980, 2004
Flower scent composition in diurnal Silene species (Caryophyllaceae): phylogenetic constraints or adaption to flower visitors?
A Jürgens
Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 32 (10), 841-859, 2004
Linalool and lilac aldehyde/alcohol in flower scents: Electrophysiological detection of lilac aldehyde stereoisomers by a moth
S Dötterl, D Burkhardt, B Weißbecker, A Jürgens, S Schütz, A Mosandl
Journal of Chromatography A 1113 (1-2), 231-238, 2006
The evolution of floral mimicry: identifying traits that visually attract pollinators
J Jersáková, A Jürgens, P Šmilauer, SD Johnson
Functional Ecology 26 (6), 1381-1389, 2012
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