Elina Mäntylä
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Birds help plants: a meta-analysis of top-down trophic cascades caused by avian predators
E Mäntylä, T Klemola, T Laaksonen
Oecologia 165, 143-151, 2011
From plants to birds: higher avian predation rates in trees responding to insect herbivory
E Mäntylä, GA Alessio, JD Blande, J Heijari, JK Holopainen, T Laaksonen, ...
PLoS One 3 (7), e2832, 2008
Attraction of willow warblers to sawfly‐damaged mountain birches: novel function of inducible plant defences?
E Mäntylä, T Klemola, E Haukioja
Ecology Letters 7 (10), 915-918, 2004
Low light reflectance may explain the attraction of birds to defoliated trees
E Mäntylä, T Klemola, P Sirkiä, T Laaksonen
Behavioral Ecology 19 (2), 325-330, 2008
Does application of methyl jasmonate to birch mimic herbivory and attract insectivorous birds in nature?
E Mäntylä, JD Blande, T Klemola
Arthropod-Plant Interactions 8, 143-153, 2014
The attraction of insectivorous tit species to herbivore-damaged Scots pines
E Mäntylä, S Kleier, S Kipper, M Hilker
Journal of Ornithology 158, 479-491, 2017
Do Insectivorous Birds use Volatile Organic Compounds from Plants as Olfactory Foraging Cues? Three Experimental Tests
TM Koski, T Laaksonen, E Mäntylä, S Ruuskanen, T Li, PS Girón-Calva, ...
Ethology, 2015
Insectivorous birds can see and smell systemically herbivore‐induced pines
E Mäntylä, S Kipper, M Hilker
Ecology and Evolution 10 (17), 9358-9370, 2020
Ecological conditions alter cooperative behaviour and its costs in a chemically defended sawfly
C Lindstedt, A Miettinen, D Freitak, T Ketola, A López-Sepulcre, E Mäntylä, ...
Proc. R. Soc. B 285 (1884), 20180466, 2018
Insectivorous birds are attracted by plant traits induced by insect egg deposition
E Mäntylä, S Kleier, C Lindstedt, S Kipper, M Hilker
Journal of chemical ecology 44, 1127-1138, 2018
Insect herbivory may cause changes in the visual properties of leaves and affect the camouflage of herbivores to avian predators
TM Koski, C Lindstedt, T Klemola, J Troscianko, E Mäntylä, E Tyystjärvi, ...
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 71, 1-12, 2017
An experimental test of whether pied flycatchers choose the best territory for rearing the young
E Mäntylä, PM sirkiä, T Klemola, T Laaksonen
Current zoology 61 (4), 604-613, 2015
Same data, different analysts: variation in effect sizes due to analytical decisions in ecology and evolutionary biology
E Gould, HS Fraser, TH Parker, S Nakagawa, SC Griffith, PA Vesk, ...
EcoEvoRxiv, 2023
Longevity record of arctic skua (Stercorarius parasiticus)
E Mäntylä, K Mäntylä, J Nuotio, K Nuotio, M Sillanpää
Ecology and Evolution 10 (23), 12675-12678, 2020
Following the track: accuracy and reproducibility of predation assessment on artificial caterpillars
E Valdés Correcher, E Mäntylä, L Barbaro, T Damestoy, K Sam, ...
Ficus trees with upregulated or downregulated defence did not impact predation on their neighbours in a tropical rainforest
E Mäntylä, LR Jorge, B Koane, K Sam, ST Segar, M Volf, A Weinhold, ...
Arthropod-Plant Interactions 16 (3), 285-296, 2022
Territory choice of pied flycatchers is not based on induced cues of herbivore damaged trees
E Mantyla, PM Sirkia, T Klemola, T Laaksonen
The Open Ornithology Journal 3 (1), 2010
Synchronous timing of return to breedingsites in a long-distance migratory seabirdwith ocean-scale variation in migrationschedules
RSA van Bemmelen, B Moe, H Schekkerman, SA Hanssen, KRS Snell, ...
BMC, 2024
Synchronous timing of return to breeding sites in a long-distance migratory seabird with ocean-scale variation in migration schedules
RSA van Bemmelen, B Moe, H Schekkerman, SA Hansen, KRS Snell, ...
Movement Ecology 12 (1), 22, 2024
Decomposing drivers in avian insectivory: Large‐scale effects of climate, habitat and bird diversity
L Schillé, E Valdés‐Correcher, F Archaux, F Bălăcenoiu, MC Bjørn, ...
Journal of Biogeography, 2024
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