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שם:  פרופ' משה (מושיק) ענבר שם המוסד: אוניברסיטת חיפה דוא"ל: minbar@research.haifa.ac.il תחומי עניין ומחקר: אינטראקציות בין בעלי חיים לצמחים רשימת מקוצרת של פרסומים מדעיים רלבנטיים  ל'כלנית'  

Inbar M, Eshel A & Wool D (1995) Interspecific competition among phloem – feeding insects mediated by induced host plant sinks. Ecology. 76:1506-1515.

Inbar M & Wool D (1995) Phloem-feeding specialists sharing a host tree: Resource partitioning minimizes interference competition among galling aphid species. Oikos. 73:109-119.
Wool D, Manheim O & Inbar M (1997) Return flight of sexuparae of galling aphids to their primary host trees: implications for differential herbivory and gall (Aphidoidea: Pemphigidae, Fordinae) abundance. Annals of the Entomological Society of America. 90:341-350.
Wool D & Inbar M (1998) Colonization of ecological islands: galling aphid populations on recovering Pistacia trees after destruction by fire. European Journal of Entomology. 95:41-54.
Inbar M, Doostdar H, Sonoda RM, Leibee GL & Mayer RT (1998) Elicitors of plant defensive systems reduce insect densities and disease incidents. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 24:135-149.
Inbar M (1998) Competition, territoriality and maternal defense in a gall-forming aphid. Ethology, Ecology and Evolution. 10:159-170.
Inbar M, Doostdar H & Mayer RT (1999) The effects of sessile whitefly nymphs (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae) on leaf chewing larvae (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Environmental Entomology. 28:353-357.
Inbar M, Doostdar H, Leibee GL & Mayr RT (1999) The role of plant rapidly induced responses in asymmetric interspecific interactions among insect herbivores. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 25:1961-1979.
Inbar M, Doostdar H & Mayer RT (2001) Suitability of stressed and vigorous plants to various insect herbivores. Oikos. 94:228-235.
Lev-Yadun S, Dafni A, Inbar M, Izhaki I & Ne’eman G (2002) Colour patterns in vegetative parts of plants deserve more research attention. Trends in Plant Science. 7:59-60.
Auslander M, Nevo E & Inbar M (2003) The effects of slope orientation on plant growth, developmental instability and susceptibility to herbivores. Journal of Arid Environments. 55:405-416.
Inbar M, Wink M & Wool D (2004) The evolution of host plant manipulation by insects: Molecular and ecological evidence from gall-forming aphids on Pistacia. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 32:504-511.
Adar E, Inbar M, Gal S, Gan-Mor S & Palevsky E (2014) Pollen on-twine for food provisioning and oviposition of predatory mites in protected crops. BioControl. 59:307-317.
Rand K, Bar E, Ben-Ari M, Lewinsohn E & Inbar M (2014) The mono – and sesquiterpene content of aphid-induced galls on Pistacia palaestina is not a simple reflection of their composition in intact leaves. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 40:632-642.
Kurzfeld-Zexer L, Lev-Yadum S & Inbar M (2015) One aphid species induces three gall types on a single plant: comparative histology of one genotype and multiple extended phenotypes. Flora. 210:19-30.
Gish M, Ben-Ari M & Inbar M (2017) Direct consumptive interactions between mammalian herbivores and plant-dwelling invertebrates: prevalence, significance and prospectus. Oecologia. 183:347-352.
Rand K, Bar E, Ben-Ari M, Davidovich-Rikanati R, Dudareva N, Inbar M & Lewinsohn E (2017) Differences in monoterpene biosynthesis and accumulation in Pistacia palaestina leaves and aphid- induced galls. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 43:143-152.
Berman TS, Ben-Ari M, Henkin Z & Inbar M (2018) Immediate and long-term facilitative effects of cattle grazing on a polyphagous caterpillar. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 261:45-53.
Ben-Ari M, Outreman Y, Denis G, Le Gallic JF, Inbar M, Simon JC (2019) Differences in escape behaviour between pea aphid biotypes reflect their host plants' palatability to mammalian herbivores. Basic and Applied Ecology. 34:108-117.
Schlesinger D, Davidovich Rikanati R, Volis S, Faigenboim A, Vendramine V, Cattonaro F, Hooper M, Oren E, Taylor M, Sitrit Y, Inbar M, Lewinsohn E (2019) Chemodiversity in Mandragora spp. is associated with loss-of-functionality of MoH6H, a hyoscyamine 6b-hydroxylase gene. Plant Science 283:301-310.

 

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