Mirka Macel
Mirka Macel
Aeres University of Applied Sciences Almere
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Predicting species distribution and abundance responses to climate change: why it is essential to include biotic interactions across trophic levels
WH Van der Putten, M Macel, ME Visser
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 365†…, 2010
Population admixture, biological invasions and the balance between local adaptation and inbreeding depression
KJF Verhoeven, M Macel, LM Wolfe, A Biere
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1702), 2-8, 2011
Detecting local adaptation in widespread grassland species–the importance of scale and local plant community
A Bischoff, L Crťmieux, M Smilauerova, CS Lawson, SR Mortimer, ...
Journal of Ecology 94 (6), 1130-1142, 2006
Climate vs. soil factors in local adaptation of two common plant species
M Macel, CS Lawson, SR Mortimer, M Šmilauerova, A Bischoff, ...
Ecology 88 (2), 424-433, 2007
Metabolomics: the chemistry between ecology and genetics
M Macel, NM Van Dam, JJB Keurentjes
Molecular ecology resources 10 (4), 583-593, 2010
Differences in effects of pyrrolizidine alkaloids on five generalist insect herbivore species
M Macel, M Bruinsma, SM Dijkstra, T Ooijendijk, HM Niemeyer, ...
Journal of chemical ecology 31, 1493-1508, 2005
Attract and deter: a dual role for pyrrolizidine alkaloids in plant–insect interactions
M Macel
Phytochemistry Reviews 10, 75-82, 2011
Current challenges in plant eco-metabolomics
K Peters, A Worrich, A Weinhold, O Alka, G Balcke, C Birkemeyer, ...
International Journal of Molecular Sciences 19 (5), 1385, 2018
Variation in pyrrolizidine alkaloid patterns of Senecio jacobaea
M Macel, K Vrieling, PGL Klinkhamer
Phytochemistry 65 (7), 865-873, 2004
Reviewing research priorities in weed ecology, evolution and management: a horizon scan
P Neve, JN Barney, Y Buckley, RD Cousens, S Graham, NR Jordan, ...
Weed Research 58 (4), 250-258, 2018
Root damage and aboveground herbivory change concentration and composition of pyrrolizidine alkaloids of Senecio jacobaea
WHG Hol, M Macel, JA van Veen, E van der Meijden
Basic and Applied Ecology 5 (3), 253-260, 2004
Novel chemistry of invasive plants: exotic species have more unique metabolomic profiles than native congeners
M Macel, RCH de Vos, JJ Jansen, WH van der Putten, NM van Dam
Ecology and Evolution 4 (13), 2777-2786, 2014
Pyrrolizidine Alkaloids as Oviposition Stimulants for the Cinnabar Moth, Tyria jacobaeae
M Macel, K Vrieling
Journal of Chemical Ecology 29, 1435-1446, 2003
Ecological fits, mis-fits and lotteries involving insect herbivores on the invasive plant, Bunias orientalis
JA Harvey, A Biere, T Fortuna, LEM Vet, T Engelkes, E MorriŽn, R Gols, ...
Biological Invasions 12, 3045-3059, 2010
Diversity of pyrrolizidine alkaloids in Senecio species does not affect the specialist herbivore Tyria jacobaeae
M Macel, PG Klinkhamer, K Vrieling, E Van der Meijden
Oecologia 133, 541-550, 2002
Thrips advisor: exploiting thrips-induced defences to combat pests on crops
M Steenbergen, A Abd-el-Haliem, P Bleeker, M Dicke, R Escobar-Bravo, ...
Journal of Experimental Botany 69 (8), 1837-1848, 2018
Climate change and invasion by intracontinental range-expanding exotic plants: the role of biotic interactions
E MorriŽn, T Engelkes, M Macel, A Meisner, WH Van der Putten
Annals of Botany 105 (6), 843-848, 2010
Plant–soil feedback in native vs. invasive populations of a range expanding plant
T DostŠlek, Z MŁnzbergovŠ, A KladivovŠ, M Macel
Plant and Soil 399, 209-220, 2016
Potential contribution of natural enemies to patterns of local adaptation in plants
L Crťmieux, A Bischoff, M ŠmilauerovŠ, CS Lawson, SR Mortimer, ...
New Phytologist 180 (2), 524-533, 2008
Chemotype of Senecio jacobaea affects damage by pathogens and insect herbivores in the field
M Macel, PGL Klinkhamer
Evolutionary Ecology 24, 237-250, 2010
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