Doekele G. Stavenga

Affiliations: 
Neurobiophysics, Groningen 
Area:
Insect vision, receptor optics, colour vision, visual ecology, photopigments
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Parents

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Jan Willem Kuiper grad student 1974 RUG (Physics Tree)
 (Visual receptor optics, rhodopsin and pupil in fly retinula cells)

Children

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Johannes Oberwinkler grad student Neurobiophysics, Groningen
Wynand van der Goes van Naters grad student 1997 RUG
Marten Postma grad student 1997-2003 (Chemistry Tree)
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van der Kooi CJ, Stavenga DG, Arikawa K, et al. (2020) Evolution of Insect Color Vision: From Spectral Sensitivity to Visual Ecology. Annual Review of Entomology
Schenk F, Stavenga DG. (2020) The lesser purple emperor butterfly, Apatura ilia: from mimesis to biomimetics. Faraday Discussions
Pirih P, Meglič A, Stavenga D, et al. (2020) The red admiral butterfly's living light sensors and signals. Faraday Discussions
Freyer P, Stavenga DG. (2020) Biophotonics of diversely coloured peacock tail feathers. Faraday Discussions
Stavenga DG, Staal M, van der Kooi CJ. (2020) Conical epidermal cells cause velvety colouration and enhanced patterning in Mandevilla flowers. Faraday Discussions
Dudek B, Schneider B, Hilger HH, et al. (2020) Highly different flavonol content explains geographic variations in the UV reflecting properties of flowers of the corn poppy, Papaver rhoeas (Papaveraceae). Phytochemistry. 178: 112457
Stavenga DG, Wallace JRA, Warrant EJ. (2020) Bogong Moths Are Well Camouflaged by Effectively Decolourized Wing Scales. Frontiers in Physiology. 11: 95
van der Kooi CJ, Stavenga DG. (2019) Vividly coloured poppy flowers due to dense pigmentation and strong scattering in thin petals. Journal of Comparative Physiology. a, Neuroethology, Sensory, Neural, and Behavioral Physiology
Freyer P, Wilts BD, Stavenga DG. (2019) Reflections on iridescent neck and breast feathers of the peacock, . Interface Focus. 9: 20180043
Stavenga DG, Wilts BD. (2019) Measuring the refractive index dispersion of (un)pigmented biological tissues by Jamin-Lebedeff interference microscopy Aip Advances. 9: 85107
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