Julkaisut

2020

  1. Brosset, A., Saunier, A., Kivimäenpää, M., Blande, J.D. 2020. Does ozone exposure affect herbivore-induced plant volatile emissions differently in wild and cultivated plants?  Environ Sci Pollut Res (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-020-09320-z, (Jufo 1)

  2. Li, T., Grauer-Gray, K., Holopainen, J.K., Blande , J.D. 2020. Herbivore Gender Effects on Volatile Induction in Aspen and on Olfactory Responses in Leaf Beetles. Forests 2020,  11 (6), 638;  https://doi.org/10.3390/f11060638  (Jufo 1)

  3. Kivimäenpää, M., Babalola, A.B., Joutsensaari, J., Holopainen, J.K. 2020. Methyl salicylate and sesquiterpene emissions are indicative for aphid infestation on Scots pine. Forests 11, 573; doi:10.3390/f11050573 (Jufo 1)

  4. Mofikoya AO, Yli-Pirilä P, Kivimäenpää M, Blande JD, Virtanen A, Holopainen JK 2020. Deposition of alpha-pinene oxidation products on plant surfaces affects plant VOC emission and herbivore feeding and oviposition. Environmental Pollution. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envpol.2020.114437, (Jufo 2)

  5. Effah, E., Barrett, D.B., Peterson, P.G., Godfrey, A.J.R., Potter, M.A., Holopainen, J.K. & McCormick, A.C. 2020. Natural Variation in Volatile Emissions of the Invasive Weed Calluna vulgaris in New Zealand. Plants 9, 283; https://doi.org/10.3390/plants9020283  [PDF] (Jufo 1)

  6. Holopainen, J.K., Blande, J.D. and Sorvari, J. 2020. Functional role of extrafloral nectar in boreal forest ecosystems under climate change. Forests 11(1), 67; https://www.mdpi.com/1999-4907/11/1/67, [PDF], (Jufo 1)
  7. Zhang-Turpeinen, H., Kivimäenpää, M., Aaltonen, H., Berninger, F.,  Köster, E., Köster, K., Menyailo, O., Prokushkin, A., Pumpanen, J. 2020. Wildfire effects on BVOC emissions from boreal forest floor on permafrost soil in Siberia.  Science of The Total Environment, 711, 134851,  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.134851, (Jufo 2)

 

2019

  1. Saunier, A. and Blande, J.D. 2019. The effect of elevated ozone on floral chemistry of Brassicaceae species. Environmental Pollution 255: 113257, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envpol.2019.113257    (Jufo 2)  

  2. Bhattarai, H.R., Liimatainen, M., Nykänen, H., Kivimäenpää, M., Martikainen, P.J. and Maljanen, M. 2019. Germinating wheat promotes the emission of atmospherically significant nitrous acid (HONO) gas from soils. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 136: 107518. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.soilbio.2019.06.014 (Jufo 3).

  3.  Mofikoya, A.O. 2019. Protective functions of plant semi-volatiles and their degradation products on plant surfaces. Publications of the University of Eastern Finland,  Dissertations in Forestry and Natural Sciences 2019; 346. [PDF]

  4. Mukrimin, M., Kovalchuk, A. Ghimire, R.P., Kivimäenpää, M., Sun, H., Holopainen, J.K., Asiegbu, F.O. 2019. Evaluation of potential genetic and chemical markers for Scots pine tolerance against Heterobasidion annosum infection. Planta 250: 1881–1895. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00425-019-03270-8 , (Jufo 1).

  5. Faiola, C.L., Pullinen, I.,  Buchholz, A., Khalaj,  F., Ylisirniö, A.,  Kari, E., Miettinen, P.,  Holopainen, J.K., Kivimäenpää, M., Schobesberger, S. Yli-Juuti, T. and Virtanen, A. 2019. Secondary organic aerosol formation from healthy and aphid-stressed Scots pine emissions. ACS Earth Space Chem. 3: 1756-1772, DOI: 10.1021/acsearthspacechem.9b00118 (JUFO 1)

  6. Simpraga, M., Ghimire,R.P., Van Der Straeten, D., Blande, J.D., Kasurinen, A., Sorvari, J. Holopainen, T. Adriaenssens, S., Holopainen, J.K. and Kivimäenpää, M. 2019. Unravelling the functions of biogenic volatiles in boreal and temperate forest ecosystems. European Journal of Forest Research 138: (763-787),  https://doi.org/10.1007/s10342-019-01213-2  (Open-access PDF), (Jufo 2).

  7. Kari E., Faiola C., Isokääntä S., Miettinen P., Yli-Pirilä P., Buchholz A., Kivimäenpää M., Mikkonen S., Holopainen J. K. & Virtanen A. 2019. Time-resolved characterization of biotic stress emissions from Scots pines being fed upon by pine weevil by means of PTR-ToF-MS.  Boreal Env. Res. 24: 25–49. (Free PDF), (Jufo 1)
  8. Effah E, Holopainen JK, McCormick AC, 2019. Potential roles of volatile organic compounds in plant competition. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics, 38: 58-63. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ppees.2019.04.003 ,  (Jufo 1)
  9. Mofikoya, A.O., Bui, T.N.T. Minna Kivimäenpää, M., Holopainen, J.K., Himanen, S.J. and. Blande, J.D. 2019.  Foliar behaviour of biogenic semi-volatiles – potential applications in sustainable pest management.  Arthropod-Plant Interactions, 13: 193-212, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11829-019-09676-1. (Open access PDF), (Jufo 1)
  10. Kovalchuk, A.. Zeng, Z., Ghimire, R.P., Kivimäenpää, M.,  Raffaello, T., Liu, M., Mukrimin, M., Kasanen, M., Sun, H., Julkunen-Tiitto, R., Holopainen, J.K., Asiegbu, F.O. 2019. Dual RNAseq analysis provides new insights into interactions between Norway spruce and necrotrophic pathogen Heterobasidion annosum s.l. BMC Plant Biology 19: 2,  https://doi.org/10.1186/s12870-018-1602-0,   (PDF), (Jufo 1)
  11. Tiiva, P., Julkunen-Tiitto, R., Häikiö, E., Kasurinen, A. 2019. Below-ground responses of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) seedlings to experimental warming, moderate nitrogen addition and bark herbivory. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 49: 647-660.  https://doi.org/10.1139/cjfr-2018-0099  (Jufo 3)
  12.  Ghimire, R.P., Kasurinen, A., Häikiö, E., Holopainen, J.K., Julkunen-Tiitto, R., Holopainen, T. & Kivimäenpää, M. 2019.  Combined effects of elevated ozone, temperature and nitrogen on stem phenolic concentrations of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) seedlings.  Canadian Journal of Forest Research,  49(3): 246-255,  https://doi.org/10.1139/cjfr-2018-0201   (Jufo 3)

2018

  1. Papazian, S. and Blande, J.D. 2018. Dynamics of plant responses to combinations of air pollutants. Plant biology (in press).  https://doi.org/10.1111/plb.12953,  (Jufo 1)

  2. Khaling, E. 2018. The effects of elevated ozone and herbivore-feeding stress on defence chemistry and signalling to higher trophic levels in Brassica nigra. Publications of the University of Eastern Finland. Dissertations in Forestry and Natural Sciences.  no 323: 1-131.  [PDF]

  3. Junker, R., Kuppler, J., Amo, L., Blande, J., Borges, R., van Dam, N., Dicke, M., Dötterl, S., Ehlers, B, Etl, F., Gershenzon, J., Glinwood, R., Gols, R., Groot, A., Heil, M., Hoffmeister, M., Holopainen, J.K., Jarau, S., John, L., Kessler, A., Knudsen, J., Kost, C., Larue, A.A., Leonhardt, S., Lucas-Barbosa, D., Majetic, C., Menzel, F., Parachnowitsch, A., Pasquet, R., Poelman, E., Raguso, R., Ruther, J., Schiestl, F., Schmitt, T., Tholl, D., Unsicker, S., Verhulst, N., Visser, M., Weldegergis, B., Koellner, T. 2018. Co-variation and phenotypic integration in chemical communication displays: biosynthetic constraints and eco-evolutionary implications. New Phytologist 220:  739-749. (Jufo 2)
  4. Holopainen, J.K., Virjamo ,V., Ghimire, R.P., Blande, J.D., Julkunen-Tiitto, R. & Kivimäenpää 2018. Climate change effects on secondary compounds of forest trees in the Northern Hemisphere. Frontiers in Plant Science 9: 1445,  doi: 10.3389/fpls.2018.01445  (Jufo 1)

  5. Mofikoya, A.O., Miura, K., Ghimire, R.P., Blande, J.D., Kivimäenpää, M., Holopainen, T. & Holopainen, J.K. 2018. Understorey Rhododendron tomentosum and leaf trichome density affect mountain birch VOC emissions in the subarctic. Scientific Reports 8: 13261. (Free PDF) (Jufo 2)

  6. Kivimäenpää, M., Markkanen, J.M., Ghimire, R.P., Holopainen, T., Vuorinen, M., Holopainen, J.K. 2018. Scots pine provenance affects the emission rate and chemical composition of volatile organic compounds of forest floor. Canadian Journal of Forest Research  48: 1373-1381. (Jufo 3)

  7. Ren, F., Kovalchuk, A., Mukrimin, M., Liu, M, Zeng, Z., Ghimire, R.P., Kivimäenpää, M., Holopainen, J.K., Sun, H. &. Asiegbu F.O. 2018. Tissue Microbiome of Norway Spruce Affected by Heterobasidion-Induced Wood Decay. Microbial Ecology (in press). PDF (Jufo 1)

  8. Holopainen, J.K., Blande, J.D. and Kivimäenpää, M. 2018. Miten kasvit kommunikoivat? Duodecim 134 (13):1345-1352.  PDF (Jufo 1).

  9. Saunier, A., Ormeno, E., Havaux, M., Wortham, H., Ksas, B., Temime-Roussel, B., Blande, JD., Lecareux, C., Mevy, J-P., Bousquet-Mélou, A., Gauquelin, T., and Fernandez, C. 2018.  Resistance of native oak to recurrent drought conditions simulating predicted climatic changes in the Mediterranean region. Plant Cell and Environment.  DOI:10.1111/pce.13331 (Jufo 3)

  10. Mofikoya, A.O.,  Kivimäenpää, M., Blande, J.D.,  Holopainen, J.K. 2018. Ozone disrupts adsorption of Rhododendron tomentosum volatiles to neighbouring plant surfaces, but does not disturb herbivore repellency. Environmental Pollution   240 :   775–780https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envpol.2018.05.031 (Free PDF) (Jufo 1)

  11. Mikkonen, A.,  Li, T., Vesala, M., Saarenheimo, J.,  Ahonen, V.,  Kärenlampi, S., Blande, J.D., Tiirola, M., Tervahauta, A. 2018. Biofiltration of airborne VOCs with green wall systems – microbial and chemical dynamics. Indoor Air 28:  697-707,  doi: 10.1111/ina.12473. (Jufo 2)

  12. Tiiva, P., Häikiö, E., and Kasurinen, A. 2018. Impact of warming, moderate nitrogen addition and bark herbivory on BVOC emissions and growth of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) seedlings. Tree Physiology, 38:  1461-1475 (Jufo 2)
  13. Faiola, C.L., Buchholz, A., Kari, E., Yli-Pirilä, P., Holopainen, J.K., Kivimäenpää, M., Miettinen, P., Worsnop, D.R., Lehtinen, K.E.J., Guenther, A.B., & Virtanen, A. 2018. Terpene composition complexity controls secondary organic aerosol yields from Scots pine volatile emissions. Scientific Reports 8: 3053, doi:10.1038/s41598-018-21045-1 (Jufo 2)
  14. Tang, J., Valolahti, H., Kivimäenpää, M., Michelsen, A. & Rinnan, R. 2018. Acclimation of biogenic volatile organic compound emission from subarctic heath under long-term moderate warming. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 122. in press: https://doi.org/10.1002/2017JG004139 (JUFO 2)
  15. Holopainen, J.K., Kivimäenpää, M. & Julkunen-Tiitto, R. 2018. New Light for Phytochemicals. Trends in Biotechnology  36: 7-10. (Jufo 2 =  IF 13.211)

2017

  1. Kasurinen, A., Silfver, T., Rousi, M. & Mikola, J. 2017. Warming and ozone exposure effects on silver birch (Betula pendula Roth) leaf litter quality, microbial growth and decomposition. Plant and Soil 414: 127-142. (JUFO 3)
  2. Räsänen, J. 2017. The role of northern tree species  in capture of atmospheric fine  particles. Dissertations in Forestry and Natural Sciences, 273: 1-94.  
  3. Mofikoya, A.O.,  Kim T.H.,  Abd El-Raheem, A.M., Blande, J.D., Kivimäenpää, M. & Holopainen, J.K. 2017. Passive adsorption of volatile monoterpene in pest control: aided by proximity, disrupted by ozone. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 65: 9579–9586. (JUFO 2)
  4. Holopainen, J.K., Kivimäenpää, M. & Nizkorodov, S.A. 2017. Plant-derived Secondary Organic Material in the Air and Ecosystems. Trends in Plant Science  22: 744-753PDF , COVER IMAGE,  (Jufo 1 =  IF 11.911)
  5. Li, T., & Blande, J.D. 2017. How Common is Within-Plant Signalling via Volatiles? Plant Signaling & Behavior 12: e1347743 (Jufo 1)
  6. Rasheed, M.U., Kasurinen, A.,  Kivimäenpää, M.,  Ghimire, R.,  Häikiö, E.,  Mpamah, P.,  Holopainen, J.K. &  Holopainen, T. 2017. The responses of shoot-root-rhizosphere continuum to simultaneous fertilizer addition, warming, ozone and herbivory in young Scots pine seedlings in a high latitude field experiment. Soil Biology and Biochemistry  114:  279-294. (Jufo 3 = IF  4.857)
  7. Männistö, E., Holopainen, J.K., Häikiö, E. & Klemola, T. 2017.  A field study with geometrid moths to test the coevolution hypothesis of red autumn colours in deciduous trees. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 165: 29–37.  (Jufo 1)
  8. Taulavuori, E., Taulavuori, K., Holopainen, J.K., Julkunen-Tiitto, R., Acar, C. & Dincer, I. 2017. Targeted use of LEDs in improvement of production efficiency and environment safety through phytochemical enrichment. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 97: 5059–5064.  Read only PDF ,   ResearchGate  (Jufo 1)
  9. Ghimire, R.P., Kivimäenpää, M., Kasurinen, A. Häikiö, E., Holopainen, T. & Holopainen, J.K. 2017.  Herbivore-induced BVOC emissions of Scots pine under warming, elevated ozone and increased nitrogen availability in an open-field exposure. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 242:  21-32.  [Free PDF, until June 17, 2017] (Jufo 2)
  10. Giron-Calva, P.S.,  Li, T.,  Blande, J.D. 2017.  Volatile-Mediated Interactions between Cabbage Plants in the Field and the Impact of Ozone Pollution. Journal of Chemical Ecology 4: 339–350. ( Jufo 1)
  11. Li, T., Blande, J.D. 2017. Volatile-Mediated within-Plant Signaling in Hybrid Aspen: Required for Systemic Responses. Journal of Chemical Ecology 4: 327–338. (Jufo 1)
  12. Schollert, M. Kivimäenpää, M., Michelsen, A., Blok, D. & Rinnan, R. 2017. Leaf anatomy, BVOC emission and CO2 exchange of arctic plants following snow addition and summer warming. Annals of Botany  119: 433-445. (Jufo 1)
  13. Räsänen, J.V., Leskinen, J.T.T., Holopainen, T., Joutsensaari, J., Pasanen, P. & Kivimäenpää, M. 2017. Titanium dioxide (TiO2) fine particle capture and BVOC emissions of Betula pendula and Betula pubescens at different wind speeds. Atmospheric Environment, 152: 345–353. (Jufo 1)
  14. Tiiva, P., Tang, J.,  Michelsen, A. &  Rinnan, R. 2017. Monoterpene emissions in response to long-term night-time warming, elevated CO2 and extended summer drought in a temperate heath ecosystem. Science of The Total Environment 580: 1056-1067 (Jufo 1)
  15. Himanen, S.J., Li, T., Blande, J.D., & Holopainen, J.K. 2017. Volatile organic compounds in integrated pest management of Brassica oilseed crops. in: Reddy, G.V.P. (Ed.) Integrated management of insect pests on canola and other Brassica oilseed crops. CABI Publishing, UK. pp. 281-294. (Jufo 1)
  16. Blande, J.D. 2017. Plant communication with herbivores.  Advances in Botanical Research 82: 281-304. (Jufo 1)
  17. Frerot, B., Leppik, E.C, Groot, A.T., Unbehend, M. & Holopainen, J.K. 2017. Chemical signatures in plant-insect interactions. Advances in Botanical Research 81: 139-177.  (Jufo 1)
  18. Kivimäenpää, M., Sutinen, S.,  Valolahti, H., Häikiö, E., Riikonen, J.,  Kasurinen, A., Ghimire, R.P., Holopainen, J.K. and Holopainen, T. 2017. Warming and elevated ozone differently modify needle anatomy of Norway spruce (Picea abies) and Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris).  Canadian Journal of Forest Research  47:  488-499. at UEF//eRepository  (Jufo 3 = IF 1.827).
  19. Papazian, S., Khaling, E., Bonnet, C., Lassueur, S., Reymond, P., Moritz, T., Blande, J.D., Albrectsen, B. 2017.  Central metabolic responses to O3 and herbivory in Brassica nigra affect photosynthesis and stomatal closure. Plant Physiology 173: 2057-2078. (Jufo 2 = IF 6.456)

  20. Semiz G, Erbilgin N, Holopainen, JK 2017Hylobius abietis feeding on the novel host Pinus brutia increases emission of volatile organic compounds. Journal of Applied Entomology 141: 133-141. [PDF] (Jufo 1)

 

2016

  1. Girón-Calva, P. S. 2016. Volatile-mediated interactions and the effects of an ozone polluted environment. Publications of the University of Eastern Finland. Dissertations in Forestry and Natural Sciences., no 250 : 1-192.  [PDF]
  2. Ghimire, R. P. 2016. Effects of herbivory and climate change factors on BVOC emissions from boreal conifers. Publications of the University of Eastern Finland. Dissertations in Forestry and Natural Sciences., no 236:  1-194. [PDF]

  3. Yli-Pirilä, P., Copolovicki, L., Kännaste, A., Noe, S., Blande, J.D., Mikkonen, S., Klemola, T., Pulkkinen, J., Virtanen, A.,  Laaksonen, A., Joutsensaari, J., Niinemets, Ü., Holopainen J.K. 2016. Herbivory by an outbreaking moth increases emissions of biogenic volatiles and leads to enhanced secondary organic aerosol formation capacity. Environmental Science & Technology. 50, 11501–11510. (Jufo 2)
  4. Tang J., Schurgers G., Valolahti H., Faubert P., Tiiva P., Michelsen A. & Rinnan R. 2016. Challenges in modelling isoprene and monoterpene emission dynamics of Arctic plants: a case study from a subarctic tundra heath.  Biogeosciences 13, 6651-6667. (Jufo 2)
  5. Giron-Calva, P.S., Li, T., and Blande, J.D.  2016. Plant-plant interactions affect the susceptibility of plants to oviposition by pests but are disrupted by ozone pollution. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 233, 352-360.  (Jufo 3)
  6. Li, T., Blande, J.D. & Holopainen, J.K. 2016. Atmospheric transformation of plant volatiles disrupts host plant finding. Scientific Reports 6: Article 33851, doi:10.1038/srep33851. [PDF] (Jufo 2)
  7. Tuovinen, T.S.,  Kolehmainen, M., Roivainen, P., Kumlin, T., Makkonen, S.,  Holopainen, T. & Juutilainen, J.  2016.  Nonlinear transfer of elements from soil to plants: impact on radioecological modeling. Radiation and Environmental Biophysics. 55:  393–400. [View only PDF] (Jufo 1)

  8. Karban, R., Wetzel, W.C., Shiojiri, K.,Pezzola, E. & Blande, J.D. 2016.  Geographic dialects in volatile communication between sagebrush individuals. Ecology 97: 2917-2924. (Jufo 2)
  9. Karban, R. Grof-Tisza, P.  &  Blande, J.D. 2016.  Chemotypic variation in volatiles and herbivory for sagebrush. Journal of Chemical Ecology 42, 829-840.  [View only PDF] (Jufo 1)
  10. Glinwood, R.  &  Blande, J.D. 2016. Deciphering chemical language of plant communication: Synthesis and future research directions. pp. 319-326. In Blande, J.D. & Glinwood, R. (Eds.) Deciphering Chemical Language of Plant Communication.  Springer International Publisher. [PDF]  (Jufo 2)
  11. Li, T. 2016. Neighbour recognition through volatile-mediated interactions. pp. 153-174. In Blande, J.D. & Glinwood, R. (Eds.) Deciphering Chemical Language of Plant Communication.  Springer International Publisher. [PDF] (Jufo 2)
  12. Arimura, G., Matsui, K. Koeduka, T. & Holopainen, J.K. 2016.Biosynthesis and regulation of plant volatiles, and their functional roles in ecosystem interactions and global environmental changes.  pp. 185–237. in: Arimura, G & Maffei, M. (Eds.) Plant Specialized Metabolism: Genomics, Biochemistry, and Biological Functions, 376 p. CRC Press. (Jufo 1)
  13. Kasurinen A., Koikkalainen K., Anttonen M.J., Possen B., Oksanen E.,  Rousi M., Vapaavuori E. & Holopainen, T. 2016. Root morphology, mycorrhizal roots and extramatrical mycelium growth in silver birch (Betula pendula Roth) genotypes exposed to experimental warming and soil moisture manipulations. Plant and Soil 407:  341–353.  (Jufo 3)
  14. Khaling, E., Holopainen, J.K., Blande, J.D. 2016. Elevated ozone modulates herbivore-induced volatile emissions of Brassica nigra and alters a tritrophic interaction. Journal of Chemical Ecology 42: 368-381.  [View only PDF] (Jufo 1).
  15. Makkonen, S., Huuhilo, K., Utriainen, J. Holopainen, T. & Kainulainen, P. 2016. Radial stem growth and wood structure in ozone exposed young Norway spruce grown under different nitrogen regimes. Boreal Environment Research.  21: 149–165. [PDF] (Jufo 1)
  16. Kivimäenpää, M., Ghimire, R.P., Sutinen, S., Häikiö, E., Kasurinen, A., Holopainen, T. & Holopainen, J.K. 2016. Increases of volatile organic compound emissions of Scots pine in response to elevated ozone and warming are modified by herbivory and soil nitrogen availability. European Journal of Forest Research 135: 343-360.  [View only PDF] (Jufo 2)
  17. Maja MM, Kasurinen A, Holopainen T, Julkunen-Tiitto R, Holopainen JK 2016. The effect of warming and enhanced ultraviolet radiation on gender-specific emissions of volatile organic compounds from European aspen. Science of the Total Environment 547: 39–47. (Jufo 1)
  18. Ghimire, R.P., Kivimäenpää, M., Blomqvist, M., Holopainen, T.  Lyytikäinen-Saarenmaa, P. & Holopainen, J.K. 2016. Effect of bark beetle (Ips typographus L.) attack on bark VOC emissions of Norway spruce (Picea abies Karst.) trees. Atmospheric Environment 126: 145–152. (Jufo 1)
  19. Šimpraga, M.  Takabayashi, J., Holopainen, J.K. 2016. Language of plants – Where is the word? Journal of Integrative Plant Biology 58: 343-349. [Free PDF]  (Jufo 1)
  20. Tuovinen, T.S., Kasurinen, A., Häikiö, E., Tervahauta, A., Makkonen, S., Holopainen, T., Juutilainen, J., 2016. Transfer of elements relevant to nuclear fuel cycle from soil to boreal plants and animals in experimental meso- and microcosms. Science of Total Environment 539: 252-261.  (Jufo 1)
  21. Farré-Armengol G., Peñuelas, J., Li, T., Yli-Pirilä, P., Filella, I.,  Llusia, J., Blande, J.D. 2016. Ozone degrades floral scent and reduces pollinator attraction to flowers. New Phytologist  209: in 152-160   (Jufo 2)

2015

  1. Maja, M.M. 2015. Volatile organic compounds emitted from silver birch and European aspen in response to environmental stresses. PhD. thesis. Dissertations in Forestry and Natural Sciences No 198. 1-128.
  2. Koski, T.M., Laaksonen, T., Mäntylä, E., Ruuskanen, S., Li, T., Girón-Calva, P.S., Huttunen, L., Blande, J.D., Holopainen, J.K., Klemola, T.  2015. Do insectivorous birds use volatile organic compounds from plants as olfactory foraging cues? Three experimental tests. Ethology 121: 1131-1144. (Jufo 1)
  3. Misztal PK, Hewitt CN, Wildt J, Blande JD, Eller ASD, Fares S, Gentner DR, Gilman JB, Graus M, Greenberg J, Guenther AB, Hansel A, Harley P, Huang M, Jardine K, Karl T, Kaser L, Keutsch FN, Kiendler-Scharr A, Kleist E, Lerner BM, Li T, Mak J, Nölscher AC, Schnitzhofer R, Sinha V, Thornton B, Warneke C, Wegener F, Werner C, Williams J, Worton DR, Yassaa N, Goldstein AH 2015. Atmospheric benzenoid emissions from plants rival those from fossil fuels. Scientific Reports  5: 12064. [PDF]  (Jufo 2)
  4. Valolahti, H., Kivimäenpää, M., Faubert, P.,  Michelsen, A, & Rinnan, R. 2015. Climate change-induced vegetation change as a driver of increased subarctic biogenic volatile organic compound emissions. Global Change Biology 21:  3478–3488.  (Jufo 3)
  5. Himanen, S.J., Bui, T.N.T., Maja, M. & Holopainen J.K. 2015. Utilizing associational resistance for biocontrol: impacted by temperature, supported by indirect defence.  BMC Ecology 15: 16. [Free PDF].  (Jufo 1)
  6. Maja, M.M, Kasurinen, A, Holopainen, T., Kontunen-Soppela, S., Oksanen, E. & Holopainen, J.K. 2015. Volatile organic compounds emitted from Silver birch of different provenance across a latitudinal gradient in Finland. Tree Physiology  35: 975-986.  (Jufo 2)
  7. Joutsensaari J, Yli-Pirilä P, Korhonen H, Arola A, Blande JD, Heijari J, Kivimäenpää M, Mikkonen S, Hao L, Miettinen P, Lyytikäinen-Saarenmaa P, Faiola CL, Laaksonen A, Holopainen JK 2015. Biotic stress accelerates formation of climate-relevant aerosols in boreal forests. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 15, 12139-12157. [Free PDF] (Jufo 3)   
  8. Kovalchuk, A., Raffaello, T., Jaber, E., Keriö, S., Ghimire, R., Lorenz, W.W., Dean, J.F.D.,  Holopainen, J.K. & Asiegbu, F.O. 2015. Activation of defence pathways in Scots pine bark after feeding by pine weevil (Hylobius abietis). BMC Genomics  16:352. [Free PDF].  (Jufo 1)   
  9. Schollert, M., Kivimäenpää, M., Valolahti, H.M., Rinnan, R., 2015. Climate change alters leaf anatomy but has no effects on volatile emissions from arctic plants. Plant, Cell & Environment 38: 2048-2060.  (Jufo 3)
  10. Khaling, E., Papazian, S., Poelman, E.H., Holopainen, J.K., Albrectsen, B.R. & Blande, J.D. 2015. Ozone affects growth and development of Pieris brassicae on the wild host plant Brassica nigraEnvironmental Pollution 199: 119-129.  (Jufo 1)
  11. Li, T., Blande, J.D. 2015. Associational susceptibility in broccoli: mediated by plant volatiles, impeded by ozone.  Global Change Biology 21: 1993–2004.  doi: 10.1111/gcb.12835 (Jufo 3)
  12. Miura, K. & Ohsaki, N. 2015. The cost of autotomy caused by the parasitoid fly Blaesoxipha japonensis (Diptera: Sarcophagidae): an interspecific comparison between two sympatric grasshopper host species. Ecological Research 30: 33-39.  (Jufo 1)

2014

  1. Kivimäenpää, M., Juutilainen, J. & Holopainen, J. 2014. Led-valot ja kasvintuotanto. Itä-Suomen yliopiston Ympäristötieteen laitoksen julkaisusarja, No. 1/2014: 1-20.
  2. Giron-Calva, PS, Li, T, Koski, T, Klemola, T, Laaksonen, T, Huttunen, L, Blande, J. 2014.  A role for volatiles in intra- and inter-plant interactions in birch. Journal of Chemical Ecology 40: 1203-1211. doi: 10.1007/s10886-014-0514-1 (Jufo 2)
  3. Li T, Blande JD, Gundel PE, Helander M, Saikkonen K. 2014. Epichloë Endophytes Alter Inducible Indirect Defences in Host Grasses. PLoS ONE 9(6): e101331.  doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0101331 (Jufo 2)
  4. Karban, R., Wetzel, W.C., Shiojiri, K., Ishizaki, S., Ramirez, S.R., Blande, J.D., 2014. Deciphering the language of plant communication: volatile chemotypes of sagebrush. New Phytol. 204: 380–385.  (Jufo 3)
  5. Räsänen J, Holopainen T, Joutsensaari J, Pasanen P, Kivimäenpää M. 2014. Particle capture efficiency of different-aged needles of Norway spruce under moderate and severe drought. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 44: 831-835.  (Jufo 3)
  6. Mäntylä, E., Blande, J.D. and Klemola, T. 2014. Does application of methyl jasmonate to birch mimic herbivory and attract insectivorous birds in nature? Arthropod-Plant Interactions. 8: 143-153.   (Jufo 1)
  7. Halimaa, P., Lin, Y-F., Ahonen, V.H., Blande, D., Clemens, S., Gyenesei, A., Häikiö, E., Kärenlampi, S.O., Laiho, A., Aarts, M.G.M., Pursiheimo, J-P., Schat, H., Schmidt, H., Tuomainen, M.H. & Tervahauta, A.I. 2014. Gene expression differences between Noccaea caerulescens ecotypes help to identify candidate genes for metal phytoremediation. Environmental Science and Technology 48: 3344-3353.  (Jufo 3)
  8. Vesterlund S.-R., Lilley, T. M., van Ooik, T. & Sorvari, J. 2014. The effect of overwintering temperature on the body energy reserves and phenoloxidase activity of bumblebee Bombus lucorum queens.  Insectes Sociaux 61: 265-272. (Jufo 1)
  9. Blande, J.D., Holopainen, J.K. &  Niinemets, Ü. 2014. Plant volatiles in a polluted atmosphere: stress response and signal degradation. Plant, Cell & Environment 37:1892–1904.  (Jufo 3)
  10. Kivimäenpää, M.,  Riikonen, J., Sutinen, S., &  Holopainen, T. 2014. Cell structural changes in the mesophyll of Norway spruce needles by elevated ozone and elevated temperature in open-field exposure during cold acclimation. Tree Physiology 34: 389-403. (Jufo 2)
  11. Hartikainen, K. 2014. Effects of elevated temperature and/or ozone on leaf structural characteristics and volatile organic compound emissions of northern deciduous tree and crop species. PhD Thesis. Publications of the University of Eastern Finland. Dissertations in Forestry and Natural Sciences.,140. [PDF, 2.17 MB]
  12. Egigu, M.C,  Ibrahim, M.A.,  Riikonen, J.,  Yahya, A., Holopainen, T., Julkunen-Tiitto, R. & Holopainen, J.K. 2014. Effects of Rising Temperature on Secondary Compounds of Yeheb (Cordeauxia edulis Hemsley). American Journal of Plant Sciences.  5: 517-527. [Free PDF].  (Jufo 0)
  13. Härkönen, S.K. & Sorvari, J. 2014. Species richness of associates of ants in the nests of red wood ant Formica polyctena. Insect Conservation and Diversity 7: 485–495. (Jufo 1)
  14. Vesterlund, S.-R. & Sorvari, J. 2014. Longevity of starved bumblebee queens (Hymenoptera: Apidae) is shorter at high than low temperatures. European Journal of Entomology 111: 217-220.  (Jufo 1)
  15. Maja, M.M, Kasurinen A., Yli-Pirilä, P., Joutsensaari, J., Klemola, T., Holopainen, T., Holopainen, J.K. 2014. Contrasting responses of silver birch VOC emissions to short- and long-term herbivory. Tree Physiology 34: 241-252.   (Jufo 2)
  16. Vesterlund, S.-R., Kakko, M., Vasemägi, A. & Sorvari, J. 2014. Status and monitoring of the buff-tailed bumblebee Bombus terrestris Linnaeus (Hymenoptera: Apidae) in Southern Finland. Entomologica Fennica 25: 49-57. (Jufo 1)
  17. Primetta, A. 2014. Phenolic compounds in the berries of the selected Vaccinium species: The potential for authenticity analyses.Publications of the University of Eastern Finland. Dissertations in Forestry and Natural Sciences., no 134
  18. Vesterlund, S.-R., Sorvari, J. & Vasemägi, A. 2014. Molecular identification of cryptic bumblebee species from degraded samples using PCR-RFLP approach. Molecular Ecology Resources  14: 122-126.  (Jufo 1)
  19. Sorvari, J. Huhta, E. & Hakkarainen, H. 2014. Survival of transplanted nests of the red wood ant Formica aquilonia (Hymenoptera: Formicidae): the effects of interspecific competition and forest clear-cutting.  Insect Science 21: 489-492.  doi: 10.1111/1744-7917.12043 (Jufo 1)

2013

  1. Räsänen JV, Holopainen T, Joutsensaari J, Ndam C, Pasanen P, Kivimäenpää M.2013. Effects of species-specific leaf characterstics and reduced water availability on fine particle capture efficiency of trees. Environmental Pollution 183: 64-70.  (Jufo 2)
  2. Pinto-Zevallos D.M., Hellen H, Hakola H, van Nouhuys S, Holopainen J.K. 2013. Induced defenses of Veronica spicata: Variability in herbivore-induced volatile organic compounds. Phytochemistry Letters 6:  653–656. (Jufo 2)
  3. Holopainen, J.K., Himanen, S.J., Yuan, J.S., Chen, F. & Stewart, C.N.Jr. 2013. Ecological functions of terpenoids and climate changes. In: Handbook of Natural Products.   (Eds.) Ramawat, K.G. Merillon, J.M. Springer Reference Series, pp. 2913-2940.  [PDF]   (Jufo 2)
  4. Rinnan, R., Saarnio, S., Haapala, J.K., Morsky, S.K., Martikainen, P.J., Silvola, J., Holopainen, T., 2013. Boreal peatland ecosystems under enhanced UV-B radiation and elevated tropospheric ozone concentration. Environmental and  Experimental  Botany 90: 43-52.   (Jufo 2)
  5. Holopainen, J.K., Blande J.D. 2013. Where do herbivore-induced plant volatiles go? Frontiers in Plant Science 4: 185. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2013.00185   [Free PDF]  (Jufo 1)
  6. Ghimire, R., Markkanen, J.M., Kivimäenpää, M., Lyytikäinen-Saarenmaa, P., Holopainen, J.K. 2013. Needle removal by pine sawfly larvae increases branch-level VOC emissions and reduces below-ground emissions of Scots pine. Environmental Science & Technology 47: 4325–4332.  (Jufo 3)
  7. Holopainen, J.K. 2013. Loss of isoprene emitting capacity: deleterious for trees?  Tree Physiology 33: 559–561. [Free PDF] (Jufo 2)
  8. Souza, S.R., Blande, J.D. & Holopainen, J.K. 2013. Pre-exposure to nitric oxide modulates the effect of ozone on oxidative defenses and volatile emissions in lima bean. Environmental Pollution179: 111–119.  (Jufo 2)
  9. Holopainen, J.K., Nerg, A.-M. & Blande, J.D. 2013. Multitrophic signaling in polluted atmospheres. In: Niinemets Ü, Monson R.K. (Eds.), Biology, controls and models of tree volatile organic compound emissions. Springer Book Series: Tree Physiology Vol 5, pp. 285-314. (Jufo 2)
  10. Sorvari, J. 2013. Social wasp (Hymenoptera: Vespidae) beer trapping in Finland 2008-2012: a German surprise. Entomologica Fennica 24: 156-164. (Jufo 1)
  11. Sorvari, J. 2013. Proximity to the forest edge affects the production of sexual offspring and colony survival in the red wood ant Formica aquilonia in forest clearcuts. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 28: 451-455. (Jufo 1)
  12. Haatanen, M.-K. & Sorvari, J. 2013. Similarity of body size in queens of the wood ant Formica aquilonia from optimal and sub-optimal habitats may indicate a heritable component. Journal of Insect Science 13: art. 115. (Jufo 1)
  13. Kivimäenpää, M., Riikonen, J., Ahonen, V. Tervahauta, A. & Holopainen, T. 2013. Sensitivity of Norway spruce physiology and terpenoid emission dynamics to elevated ozone and elevated temperature under open-field exposure. Environmental and Experimental Botany 90: 32–42.  (Jufo 2)
  14. Huttunen, L., Blande, J.D., Li, T., Rousi, M., and Klemola, T. 2013. Effects of warming climate on early-season carbon allocation and height growth of defoliated mountain birches. Plant Ecology 214: 373-383. (Jufo 2)
  15. Primetta, A.K, Jaakola, L., Ayaz, F.A., Inceer H., Riihinen,K.R. 2013.   Anthocyanin fingerprinting for authenticity studies of bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus L.). Food Control 30: 662-667.  (Jufo 2)
  16. Holopainen, J.K., Himanen, S. & Poppy, G.M. 2013. Climate changes and their effects in the chemical ecology of insect parasitoids. In: Wajnberg, E. & Colazza, S. (Eds.), Chemical Ecology of Insect Parasitoids. Wiley-Blackwell. pp. 168-190. (Jufo 2)
  17. Holopainen, J.K. 2013. Plant–animal communication. Annals of Botany 111: 2 vii, doi: 10.1093/aob/mcs273 (Jufo 2)
  18. Pandey, V., Häikiö, E., Lehesranta, S., Koistinen, K., Kärenlampi, S., Oksanen, E. 2013. Proteomic analysis of two hybrid aspen clones subjected to long-term chronic ozone exposure in open field. Current Proteomics 10: 67-74. (Jufo 1)

2012

  1. Sorvari, J., Härkönen, S.K. & Vesterinen E.J. 2012. First record of an indoor pest sawtoothed grain beetle Oryzaephilus surinamensis (Coleoptera: Silvanidae) from wild outdoor wood ant nest. Entomologica Fennica 23: 69-71. (Jufo 1)
  2. Kivimäenpää, M., Magsarjav, N., Ghimire, R., Markkanen, J.M., Heijari, J., Vuorinen, M. & Holopainen, J.K. 2012. Influence of tree provenance on biogenic VOC emissions of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) stumps. Atmospheric Environment 60: 477-485.  (Jufo 2)
  3. Giron-Calva, P.S., Molina-Torres, J. & Heil, M., 2012. Volatile dose and exposure time impact perception in neighboring plants. Journal of Chemical Ecology 38: 226-228.  (Jufo 2)
  4. Hartikainen, K., Riikonen, J., Nerg, A., Kivimäenpää, M., Ahonen, V., Tervahauta, A., Kärenlampi, S., Mäenpää, M., Rousi, M., Kontunen-Soppela, S., Oksanen, E. & Holopainen, T., 2012. Impact of elevated temperature and ozone on the emission of volatile organic compounds and gas exchange of silver birch (Betula pendula Roth). Environmental and Experimental Botany 84: 33-43.   (Jufo 2)
  5. Räsänen, J. V., Yli-Pirila, P., Holopainen, T., Joutsensaari, J., Pasanen, P. & Kivimäenpää, M. 2012. Soil drought increases atmospheric fine particle capture efficiency of Norway spruce. Boreal Environment Research 17: 21-30.  (Jufo 2)
  6. Vaattovaara, P. E., Kivimäenpää, M., Vaattovaara, P., Pasanen, P. & Heinonen-Tanski, H. 2012. Airborne enteric micro-organisms and ammonia levels in diaper-changing rooms in kindergartens. Letters in  Applied Microbiology 54: 462-467.   (Jufo 1)
  7. Sinkkonen, A., Somerkoski, E., Paaso, U., Holopainen, J.K., Rousi, M. & Mikola, J. 2012. Genotypic variation in yellow autumn colours explains aphid load in silver birch. New Phytologist 195: 461–469. (Jufo 3) Commentary.
  8. Li, T., Holopainen, J.K., Kokko, H., Tervahauta, A. & Blande, J.D. 2012. Herbivore-induced aspen volatiles temporally regulate two different indirect defences in neighbouring plants. Functional Ecology 26: 1176–1185Lay Summary. (Jufo 2)  FE SPOTLIGHT.
  9. Lev-Yadun, S., Yamazaki, K, Holopainen, J.K. & Sinkkonen, A. 2012. Spring versus autumn leaf colours: evidence for different selective agents and evolution in various species and floras. Flora 207: 80-85. (Jufo 1)
  10. Semiz,G., Blande, J.D., Heijari, J., Işik, K., Niinemets Ü & Holopainen, J.K. 2012. Manipulation of VOC emissions with methyl jasmonate and carrageenan in evergreen conifer Pinus sylvestris and evergreen broadleaf Quercus ilexPlant Biology 14 (Suppl 1: 56-65). (Jufo 1)
  11. Holopainen, J.K. & Blande, J.D. 2012. Molecular plant volatile communication. in: Sensing  in Nature. Ed. López-Larrea, C., Landes Bioscience, Austin, TX, USA, pp. 17-31.  [Springer Book Series: Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology 739: 17-31 ] [PDF] (Jufo 2)
  12. Faubert, P., Tiiva, P., Michelsen, A., Rinnan, Å., Ro-Poulsen, H., & Rinnan, R. 2012. The shift in plant species composition in a subarctic mountain birch forest floor due to climate change would modify the biogenic volatile organic compound emission profile. Plant and Soil 352:199-215. (Jufo 2)
  13. Hartikainen, K., Kivimäenpää, M., Nerg, A-M. & Holopainen, T. 2012. Significance of  leaf structure and emission of volatile organic compounds in ozone tolerance of oat and wheat.  Botany, 90: 121-135. (Jufo 1)
  14. Hartikainen, K., Riikonen, J., Nerg, A., Kivimäenpää, M., Ahonen, V., Tervahauta, A., Kärenlampi, S., Mäenpää, M., Rousi, M., Kontunen-Soppela, S., Oksanen, E. & Holopainen, T., 2012. Impact of elevated temperature and ozone on the emission of volatile organic compounds and gas exchange of silver birch (Betula pendula Roth). Environmental and Experimental Botany 84: 33-43. (Jufo 2)
  15. Kasurinen, A., Biasi, C., Holopainen, T., Rousi, M. , Mäenpää M. & Oksanen, E. 2012. Interactive effects of elevated ozone and temperature on carbon allocation of silver birch (Betula pendula)  genotypes in open field conditions. Tree Physiology, 32: 737-751. (Jufo 2)
  16. Mörsky, SK., Haapala, JK, Rinnan. R.,  Saarnio, S., Suokanerva, H., Latola, K., Kyrö, E., Silvola, J. Holopainen, T., & Martikainen, PJ. 2012. Minor long-term effects of ultraviolet-B radiation on  methane dymanics of a subarctic fen in Northern Finland. Biogeochemistry, 108: 233-243. (Jufo 2)
  17. Riikonen J, Kontunen-Soppela S, Ossipov V, Tervahauta A, Tuomainen M, Oksanen E, Vapaavuori E, Heinonen J, Kivimäenpää M. 2012. Needle metabolome, freezing tolerance and gas exchange in Norway spruce seedlings exposed to elevated temperature and ozone concentrations. Tree Physiology 32(9): 1102-1112. (Jufo 2)
  18. Roivainen. P., Makkonen, S., Holopainen, T. & Juutilainen, J. 2012. Element interactions and soil properties affecting the soil-to-plant transfer of six elements relevant  to radioactive waste in boreal forest.  Radiat.  Environ Biophys, 51: 69-78. (Jufo 1)
  19. Räsänen, J. V., Yli-Pirila, P., Holopainen, T., Joutsensaari, J., Pasanen, P. & Kivimäenpää, M. 2012. Soil drought increases atmospheric fine particle capture efficiency of Norway spruce. Boreal Environment Research 17: 21-30. (Jufo 2)
  20. Sorvari, J. & Haatanen, M.-K. 2012. Aspartame-based sweetener as a strong ant poison: falsifying an urban legend? Sociobiology 59: 343-350. (Jufo 1)
  21. Vaattovaara, P. E., Kivimäenpää, M., Vaattovaara, P., Pasanen, P. & Heinonen-Tanski, H. 2012. Airborne enteric micro-organisms and ammonia levels in diaper-changing rooms in kindergartens.  Letters in  Applied Microbiology 54: 462-467. (Jufo 1)

2011

  1. Holopainen, J.K. 2011. Can forest trees compensate stress-generated growth losses by induced production of volatile compounds? Tree Physiology 31: 1356-1377. [PDF]
  2. Egigu, M. C. 2011. Secondary compounds of Yeheb (Cordeauxia edulis): production under abiotic stresses and their defensive role against phytophagous insects. Publications of the University of Eastern Finland.  Dissertations in Forestry and Natural Sciences.  54: 1-136. (PhD. thesis)
  3. Lev-Yadun, S. & Holopainen, J.K. 2011. How red is the red autumn leaf herring and did it lose its red color? Plant Signaling and Behavior 6: 1879 - 1880.
  4. Virtanen, A., Kannosto, J., Joutsensaari, J., Saukko, E., Kuuluvainen, H., Hao, L., Yli-Pirilä, P., Tiitta, P., Holopainen, J.K., Worsnop, D.R., Smith, J.N. & Laaksonen. A. 2011. Bounce behavior of freshly nucleated biogenic secondary organic aerosol particles. Atmos. Chem. Phys.  11:  8759-8766
  5. Blande, J.D., Holopainen, J.K. & Li, T. 2011. Air pollution impedes plant-to-plant communication but what is the signal? Plant Signaling and Behavior 6: 1234-1236.
  6. Heijari, J., Blande, J.D. & Holopainen, J.K. 2011. Feeding of large pine weevil on Scots pine stem triggers localised bark and systemic shoot emission of volatile organic compounds. Environmental and Experimental Botany 71: 390-398.
  7. Faubert, P., Tiiva, P., Nakam, T.A., Holopainen, J.K., Holopainen, T. Rinnan, R. 2011. Non-methane biogenic volatile organic compound emissions from boreal peatland microcosms under warming and water table drawdown. Biogeochemistry 106: 503-516. [PDF]
  8. Egigu, M.C., Ibrahim, M.A., Yahya, A. &. Holopainen, J.K. 2011. Cordeauxia edulis and Rhododendron tomentosum extracts disturb orientation and feeding behaviors of Hylobius abietis and Phyllodecta laticollis. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 138:162–174.
  9. Rinnan, R., Rinnan, Å., Faubert, P., Tiiva, P., Holopainen, J.K. & Michelsen, A. 2011. Few long-term effects of simulated climate change on volatile organic compound emissions and leaf chemistry of three subarctic dwarf shrubs. Environmental and Experimental Botany 73: 377-386.
  10. Hao, L.Q., Romakkaniemi, S., Yli-Pirilä, P., Joutsensaari, J., Kortelainen, A., Kroll, J.H., Miettinen, P., Vaattovaara, P., Tiitta, P., Jaatinen, A., Kajos, M.K., Holopainen, J.K., Heijari, J., Rinne, J., Kulmala, M. Worsnop, D.R., Smith, J.N. & Laaksonen, A. 2011. Mass yields of secondary organic aerosols from the oxidation of α-pinene and real plant emissions.Atmos. Chem. Phys. 11:  1367-1378.
  11. Haapala, JK. Mörsky, SK, Rinnan, R, Saarnio, S. Martikainen, PJ, Holopainen, T. & Silvola, J. 2011. Long-term effects of ozone on CO2 exchange in peatland microcosms. Atmospheric Environment 45:4002-4007.
  12. Mörsky, S.K., Haapala, J.K., Rinnan, R., Saarnio, S., Silvola, J., Martikainen, P.J. & Holopainen, T. 2011. Minor effects of  long-term ozone exposure on boreal peatland species Eriophorum vaginatum and Sphagnum papillosum. Environmental and Experimental Botany, 72: 455-463.
  13. Roivainen, P., Makkonen, S., Holopainen, T. & Juutilainen, J. 2011. Soil-to-plant transfer of uranium and its distribution between plant parts in four boreal forest species. Boreal Environm. Res. 16: 158-166.
  14. Roivainen, P, Makkonen, S, Holopainen, T & Juutilainen, J. 2011. Transfer of elements relevant to radioactive waste from soil to five boreal plant species. Chemosphere, 83: 385-390.
  15. Tuovinen, TS, Roivainen, P, Makkonen, S, Kolehmainen, M, Holopainen, T. & Juutilainen, J. 2011. Soil-to-plant transfer factors of five plant species in boreal forest are not linear, Science Total Environment, 410: 191-197.

2010

  1. Faubert, P. 2010. Responses of Non-Methane Biogenic Volatile Organic Compound Emissions to Climate Change in Boreal and Subarctic Ecosystems. Publications of the University of Eastern Finland. Dissertations in Forestry and Natural Sciences, 21: 1-181.
  2. Gorman, K., Slater, R., Blande, J.D., Clarke, A., Wren, J., McCaffery, A. & Denholm, I. 2010. Cross-resistance relationships between neonicotinoids and pymetrozine in Bemisia tabaci (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae). Pest Management Science 66: 1186-1190.
  3. Virtanen, A., Joutsensaari, J., Koop, T., Kannosto, J., Yli-Pirilä, P., Leskinen, J., Mäkelä, J.M., Holopainen, J.K., Pöschl, U., Kulmala, M., Worsnop, D.R.  & Laaksonen A. 2010. An amorphous solid state of biogenic secondary organic aerosol particles. Nature 467: 824-827.  -  News & Views.
  4. Holopainen, J.K., Heijari, J., Oksanen, E. & Alessio, G.A. 2010. Leaf volatile emissions of Betula pendula during autumn colouration and leaf fall. Journal of Chemical Ecology 36: 1068–1075.
  5. Heijari, J., Nerg, A.-M., Holopainen, J.K. & Kainulainen, P. 2010. Wood characteristics of drought stressed Scots pine seedlings and impact on wood borer performance. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 137: 105–110.
  6. Faubert, P., Tiiva, P., Rinnan, Å., Räty, S., Holopainen, J.K., Holopainen, T. Rinnan, R. 2010. Effect of vegetation removal and water table drawdown on the non-methane biogenic volatile organic compound emissions in boreal peatland microcosms. Atmospheric Environment 44: 4432-4439.
  7. Himanen, S.J., Blande J.D. & Holopainen, J.K. 2010. Plant-emitted semi-volatiles shape the infochemical environment and herbivore resistance of heterospecific neighbours. Plant Signaling & Behavior 5: 1234-1236.
  8. Himanen, S.J., Nerg, A.-M., Stewart, C.N. Jr., Poppy, G.M. & Holopainen J.K. 2010. Abiotic stress and transgenics: implications for reproductive success and crop-to-wild gene flow in Brassicas.  Basic and Applied Ecology  6: 513-521. [PDF]
  9. Blande, J.D., Holopainen, J.K. & Li, T. 2010. Air pollution impedes plant-to-plant communication by volatiles. Ecology Letters  13: 1172-1181.
  10. Faubert, P., Tiiva, P., Rinnan, Å., Räsänen, J., Holopainen, J.K. Holopainen, T. Kyrö, E. & Rinnan, R. 2010. Non-methane biogenic volatile organic compound emissions from a subarctic peatland under enhanced UV-B radiation. Ecosystems 13: 860–873.
  11. Egigu, M.C., Ibrahim, M.A., Yahya, A. &. Holopainen, J.K. 2010. Yeheb (Cordeauxia edulis) extract deters feeding and oviposition of Plutella xylostella and attracts its natural enemy. Biocontrol  55: 613-624.
  12. Faubert, P., Tiiva, P. Rinnan, Å., Michelsen, A., Holopainen, J.K. & Rinnan, R. 2010. Doubled volatile organic compound emissions from subarctic tundra under simulated climate warming. New Phytologist 187: 199-208.
  13. Ibrahim, M.A., Mäenpää, M., Hassinen, V., Kontunen-Soppela, S., Malec, L., Rousi, M., Pietikäinen, L., Tervahauta, A., Kärenlampi S., Holopainen, J.K. &  Oksanen, E.J. 2010. Elevation of night-time temperature increases terpenoid emissions from Betula pendula and Populus tremulaJournal of Experimental Botany 61: 1583-1595. [PDF]
  14. Holopainen, J.K. & Gershenzon, J. 2010. Multiple stress factors and the emission of plant VOCs. Trends in Plant Science. 15: 176-184. [Free PDF]
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Vanhemmat julkaisut 2000 - 2009

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