Alexander Haverkamp

Affiliations: 
Wageningen University, Wageningen, Gelderland, Netherlands 
Area:
Olfaction, biogenic amines
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Cook B, Haverkamp A, Hansson BS, et al. (2020) Pollination in the Anthropocene: a Moth Can Learn Ozone-Altered Floral Blends. Journal of Chemical Ecology
Fandino RA, Haverkamp A, Bisch-Knaden S, et al. (2019) Mutagenesis of odorant coreceptor fully disrupts foraging but not oviposition behaviors in the hawkmoth . Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Haverkamp A, Li X, Hansson BS, et al. (2018) Flower movement balances pollinator needs and pollen protection. Ecology
Haverkamp A, Hansson BS, Knaden M. (2018) Combinatorial Codes and Labeled Lines: How Insects Use Olfactory Cues to Find and Judge Food, Mates, and Oviposition Sites in Complex Environments. Frontiers in Physiology. 9: 49
Zhou W, Kügler A, McGale E, et al. (2017) Tissue-Specific Emission of (E)-α-Bergamotene Helps Resolve the Dilemma When Pollinators Are Also Herbivores. Current Biology : Cb
Keesey IW, Koerte S, Retzke T, et al. (2016) Adult Frass Provides a Pheromone Signature for Drosophila Feeding and Aggregation. Journal of Chemical Ecology
Badeke E, Haverkamp A, Hansson BS, et al. (2016) A Challenge for a Male Noctuid Moth? Discerning the Female Sex Pheromone against the Background of Plant Volatiles. Frontiers in Physiology. 7: 143
Haverkamp A, Bing J, Badeke E, et al. (2016) Innate olfactory preferences for flowers matching proboscis length ensure optimal energy gain in a hawkmoth. Nature Communications. 7: 11644
Haverkamp A, Yon F, Keesey IW, et al. (2016) Hawkmoths evaluate scenting flowers with the tip of their proboscis. Elife. 5
Haverkamp A, Yon F, Keesey IW, et al. (2016) Author response: Hawkmoths evaluate scenting flowers with the tip of their proboscis Elife
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