Doekele G. Stavenga

Neurobiophysics, Groningen 
Insect vision, receptor optics, colour vision, visual ecology, photopigments
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Jan Willem Kuiper grad student 1974 RUG (Physics Tree)
 (Visual receptor optics, rhodopsin and pupil in fly retinula cells)


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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)
Bodo D Wilts grad student 2009-2013 RUG (Chemistry Tree)
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Stavenga DG. (2021) The wing scales of the mother-of-pearl butterfly, Protogoniomorpha parhassus, are thin film reflectors causing strong iridescence and polarization. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 224
Wilts BD, Otto J, Stavenga DG. (2020) Ultra-dense, curved, grating optics determines peacock spider coloration. Nanoscale Advances. 2: 1122-1127
Stavenga DG, Leertouwer HL, Arikawa K. (2020) Coloration principles of the Great purple emperor butterfly (Sasakia charonda). Zoological Letters. 6: 13
Clark H, Datta B, Deravi L, et al. (2020) Bio-inspired optics: general discussion. Faraday Discussions
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
Hutsebaut J, Leertouwer HL, Stavenga DG. (2020) Polymorphism of Colias croceus (Geoffroy in Fourcroy, 1785) from the Azores caused by differential pterin expression in the wing scales. Journal of Insect Physiology. 104114
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
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