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Robert A. Raguso
Robert A. Raguso
Professor of Neurobiology and Behavior, Cornell University
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Wake up and smell the roses: the ecology and evolution of floral scent
RA Raguso
Annual review of ecology, evolution, and systematics 39, 549-569, 2008
8592008
Why do plants produce so many terpenoid compounds?
E Pichersky, RA Raguso
New Phytologist 220 (3), 692-702, 2018
5172018
Fragrance chemistry, nocturnal rhythms and pollination “syndromes” in Nicotiana
RA Raguso, RA Levin, SE Foose, MW Holmberg, LA McDade
Phytochemistry 63 (3), 265-284, 2003
3642003
Synergy between visual and olfactory cues in nectar feeding by naıve hawkmoths, Manduca sexta
RA Raguso, MA Willis
Animal Behaviour 64 (5), 685-695, 2002
3342002
Why are some floral nectars scented?
RA Raguso
Ecology 85 (6), 1486-1494, 2004
3152004
Acetyl‐CoA:benzylalcohol acetyltransferase – an enzyme involved in floral scent production in Clarkia breweri
N Dudareva, JC D’auria, KH Nam, RA Raguso, E Pichersky
The Plant Journal 14 (3), 297-304, 1998
2751998
Floral scent production in Clarkia (Onagraceae)(I. Localization and developmental modulation of monoterpene emission and linalool synthase activity)
E Pichersky, RA Raguso, E Lewinsohn, R Croteau
Plant Physiology 106 (4), 1533-1540, 1994
2731994
Flowers as sensory billboards: progress towards an integrated understanding of floral advertisement
RA Raguso
Current opinion in plant biology 7 (4), 434-440, 2004
2692004
Floral volatiles fromClarkia breweri andC. concinna (Onagraceae): Recent evolution of floral scent and moth pollination
RA Raguso, E Pichersky
Plant Systematics and Evolution 194, 55-67, 1995
2641995
Synergy between visual and olfactory cues in nectar feeding by wild hawkmoths, Manduca sexta
RA Raguso, MA Willis
Animal Behaviour 69 (2), 407-418, 2005
2462005
Dynamic headspace analysis of floral volatiles: a comparison of methods
RA Raguso, O Pellmyr
Oikos, 238-254, 1998
2181998
Electroantennogram responses ofHyles lineata (Sphingidae: Lepidoptera) to volatile compounds fromClarkia breweri (Onagraceae) and other moth-pollinated …
RA Raguso, DM Light, E Pickersky
Journal of chemical ecology 22, 1735-1766, 1996
2141996
A day in the life of a linalool molecule: chemical communication in a plant-pollinator system. Part 1: linalool biosynthesis in flowering plants.
RA Raguso, E Pichersky
2041999
Phenotypic selection to increase floral scent emission, but not flower size or colour in bee‐pollinated Penstemon digitalis
AL Parachnowitsch, RA Raguso, A Kessler
New Phytologist 195 (3), 667-675, 2012
1802012
Light intensity limits foraging activity in nocturnal and crepuscular bees
A Kelber, EJ Warrant, M Pfaff, R Wallén, JC Theobald, WT Wcislo, ...
Behavioral Ecology 17 (1), 63-72, 2006
1732006
Floral Scent Production in Clarkia breweri (Onagraceae)(II. Localization and Developmental Modulation of the Enzyme S-Adenosyl-L-Methionine:(Iso) Eugenol O-Methyltransferase …
J Wang, N Dudareva, S Bhakta, RA Raguso, E Pichersky
Plant physiology 114 (1), 213-221, 1997
1711997
Start making scents: the challenge of integrating chemistry into pollination ecology
RA Raguso
Entomologia experimentalis et applicata 128 (1), 196-207, 2008
1602008
Fragrance chemistry and pollinator affinities in Nyctaginaceae
RA Levin, RA Raguso, LA McDade
Phytochemistry 58 (3), 429-440, 2001
1552001
The scent of a male: the role of floral volatiles in pollination of a gender dimorphic plant
TL Ashman, M Bradburn, DH Cole, BH Blaney, RA Raguso
Ecology 86 (8), 2099-2105, 2005
1512005
Trumpet Flowers of the Sonoran Desert: Floral Biology of Peniocereus Cacti and Sacred Datura
RA Raguso, C Henzel, SL Buchmann, GP Nabhan
International Journal of Plant Sciences 164 (6), 877-892, 2003
1442003
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