Publications

Peer-reviewed publications (*(co)-corresponding author)

Bont Z, Pfander M, Robert CAM, Huber M, Poelman EH, Raaijmakers CE, Erb M (2020) Adapted dandelions trade dispersal for germination upon root herbivore attack. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. doi: 10.1098/rspb.2019.2930.

Xu S*, Stapley J, Gablenz S, Boyer J, Appenroth KJ, SK Sree, Gershenzon J, Widmer A, Huber M* (2019) Low genetic variation is associated with low mutation rate in the giant duckweed. Nature Communications. 10. doi 10.1038/s41467-019-09235-5.

Köllner T*, Günther J, Lackus N, Schmidt A, Huber M, Stödler H-J, Reichelt M, Gershenzon J (2019). Separate pathways contribute to the herbivore-induced formation of 2-phenylethanol in Populus trichocarpa. Plant Physiology. doi 10.1104/pp.19.00059.

Gfeller V, Huber M, Foerster C, Huang W, Köllner TG, Erb M* (2019). Root volatiles in plant–plant interactions I: High root sesquiterpene release is associated with increased germination and growth of plant neighbours. Plant, Cell & Environment. doi 10.1111/pce.13532.

Agrawal AA*, Hastings AP, Fines DM, Bogdanowicz S, Huber M. Insect herbivory and plant adaptation in an early successional community (2018). Evolution. 72 (5).

Luck K, Jia Q, Huber M, Handrik V, Wong GKS, Nelson RD, Chen F, Gershenzon J, Köllner TG* (2017). CYP79 P450 monooxygenases in gymnosperms: CYP79A118 is associated with the formation of taxiphyllin in Taxus baccata. Plant Molecular Biology. doi 10.1007/s11103-017-0646-0.

Bont Z, Arce C, Huber M, Huang W, Mestrot A, Sturrock C, Erb M* (2017). A herbivore tag-and-trace system reveals contact- and density-dependent repellence of a root toxin. Journal of Chemical Ecology. doi 10.1007/s10886-017-0830-3.

Luck K, Jirschitza J, Irmisch S, Huber M, Gershenzon J, Köllner TG* (2016). CYP79D enzymes contribute to jasmonic acid-induced formation of aldoximes and other nitrogenous volatiles in two Erythroxylum species. BMC Plant Biology. 16 (215).

Huber M*, Bont Z, Fricke J, Brillatz T, Aziz Z, Gershenzon J, Erb M* (2016) A below ground herbivore shapes root defensive chemistry in natural plant populations. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences. 283 (1827).

Huber M, Epping J, Schulze Gronover C, Fricke J, Aziz Z, Brillatz T, Swyers M, Köllner TG, Vogel H, Hammerbacher A, Triebwasser-Freese D, Robert CAM, Verhoeven K, Preite V, Gershenzon J, Erb M* (2016) A below ground herbivore benefits plant fitness under root herbivore attack. PloS Biology. 14(1): e1002332.

Huber M, Triebwasser-Freese D, Reichelt M, Heiling S, Paetz C, Chandran J, Bartram S, Schneider B, Gershenson J & Erb M* (2015) Identification, quantification, spatiotemporal distribution and genetic variation of major latex secondary metabolites in the common dandelion (Taraxacum officinale agg.). Phytochemistry, 2015;115:89-98.

Erb M*, Huber M, Robert CAM, Ferrieri AP, Marchado RAR, Arce CCM (2013). The role of primary and secondary plant metabolites in root-herbivore behaviour, nutrition and physiology. Advances in Insect Physiology. (eds S.N. Johnson, I. Hiltpold & T.C.J. Turlings), pp. 53-95. Elsevier Academic Press Inc, San Diego.

Huber M and Linder HP* (2012). The evolutionary loss of aerenchyma limits both realized and fundamental niche in the Cape reeds (Restionaceae). Journal of Ecology. 100 (6): 1338-1348.