Chemical ecology deals with biological and chemical investigations of natural products that are involved in the communication between individuals within one or different species and which influence ecological interactions. In our group we explore the role of natural products which mediate interactions between plants, herbivorous insects and their antagonists (predators, parasitoids) as well as interactions between mutualistic partners such as fungi. We focus on the isolation and identification of such compounds and the elucidation of their functions in an ecological, behavioural, genetic, population-biological and evolutionary context.
Guests are welcome any time!
While the university is in session our lectures take place on
Tuesdays, 08:30 pm in room V2-14519-11-2019 Blaise Binama: Intraspecific competitive ability in absence/ presence of abiotic challenge
26-11-2019 Jana Stallmann: Journal Club
03-12-2019 Dr. Lisa Johanna Tewes: Pharmacophagy in Athalia rosae
10-12-2019 Marina Wolz: Back to the start: A learning lesson of sublethal insecticide effects on a leaf beetle
During the semester break please attend our
on Thursdays, 16:15 pm, room W1-135