Sari Himanen
Sari Himanen
Senior Scientist, Ph.D.
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Smelling global climate change: mitigation of function for plant volatile organic compounds
JS Yuan, SJ Himanen, JK Holopainen, F Chen, CN Stewart
Trends in ecology & evolution 24 (6), 323-331, 2009
Birch (Betula spp.) leaves adsorb and re‐release volatiles specific to neighbouring plants–a mechanism for associational herbivore resistance?
SJ Himanen, JD Blande, T Klemola, J Pulkkinen, J Heijari, JK Holopainen
New Phytologist 186 (3), 722-732, 2010
Sensitivity of barley varieties to weather in Finland
K Hakala, L Jauhiainen, SJ Himanen, R Rötter, T Salo, H Kahiluoto
The Journal of agricultural science 150 (2), 145-160, 2012
Effects of elevated carbon dioxide and ozone on volatile terpenoid emissions and multitrophic communication of transgenic insecticidal oilseed rape (Brassica napus)
SJ Himanen, AM Nerg, A Nissinen, DM Pinto, CN Stewart, GM Poppy, ...
New Phytologist 181 (1), 174-186, 2009
Interactions of elevated carbon dioxide and temperature with aphid feeding on transgenic oilseed rape: Are Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) plants more susceptible to nontarget …
SJ Himanen, A Nissinen, WENXIA DONG, A NERG, C STEWART, ...
Global Change Biology 14 (6), 1437-1454, 2008
Cultivating resilience by empirically revealing response diversity
H Kahiluoto, J Kaseva, K Hakala, SJ Himanen, L Jauhiainen, RP Rötter, ...
Global Environmental Change 25, 186-193, 2014
Effects of crop rotation on spring wheat yield and pest incidence in different tillage systems: a multi-year experiment in Finnish growing conditions
MJ Jalli, E Huusela, H Jalli, K Kauppi, M Niemi, S Himanen, ...
Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems 5, 214, 2021
Constitutive and herbivore-inducible glucosinolate concentrations in oilseed rape (Brassica napus) leaves are not affected by Bt Cry1Ac insertion but change under elevated …
SJ Himanen, A Nissinen, S Auriola, GM Poppy, CN Stewart, ...
Planta 227 (2), 427, 2008
Engaging farmers in climate change adaptation planning: assessing intercropping as a means to support farm adaptive capacity
SJ Himanen, H Mäkinen, K Rimhanen, R Savikko
Agriculture 6 (3), 34, 2016
Foliar behaviour of biogenic semi-volatiles: potential applications in sustainable pest management
AO Mofikoya, TNT Bui, M Kivimäenpää, JK Holopainen, SJ Himanen, ...
Arthropod-Plant Interactions 13 (2), 193-212, 2019
Ecological functions of terpenoids in changing climates
JK Holopainen, SJ Himanen, JS Yuan, F Chen, CN Stewart Jr
Natural Products, 2913-2940, 2013
Codesigning a resilient food system
S Himanen, P Rikkonen, H Kahiluoto
Ecology and Society 21 (4), 2016
Utilizing associational resistance for biocontrol: impacted by temperature, supported by indirect defence
SJ Himanen, TNT Bui, MM Maja, JK Holopainen
BMC ecology 15 (1), 16, 2015
Host location behavior of Cotesia plutellae Kurdjumov (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) in ambient and moderately elevated ozone in field conditions
DM Pinto, SJ Himanen, A Nissinen, AM Nerg, JK Holopainen
Environmental Pollution 156 (1), 227-231, 2008
Cultivar diversity has great potential to increase yield of feed barley
SJ Himanen, E Ketoja, K Hakala, RP Rötter, T Salo, H Kahiluoto
Agronomy for sustainable development 33 (3), 519-530, 2013
Effects of Cyclamen Mite (Phytonemus pallidus) and Leaf Beetle (Galerucella tenella) Damage on Volatile Emission from Strawberry (Fragaria × ananassa Duch.) Plants and Orientation of Predatory …
S Himanen, T Vuorinen, T Tuovinen, JK Holopainen
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 53 (22), 8624-8630, 2005
Crop responses to climate and socioeconomic change in northern regions
SJ Himanen, K Hakala, H Kahiluoto
Regional environmental change 13 (1), 17-32, 2013
Volatile Organic Compounds in Integrated Pest Management of Brassica Oilseed Crops
SJ Himanen, T Li, JSD BLanDe
Integrated Management of Insect Pests on Canola and Other Brassica Oilseed …, 2017
Climate change and its effects on the chemical ecology of insect parasitoids
JK Holopainen, SJ Himanen, GM Poppy
Chemical Ecology of insect parasitoids, 168-190, 2013
Elevated atmospheric ozone increases concentration of insecticidal Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) Cry1Ac protein in Bt Brassica napus and reduces feeding of a Bt …
SJ Himanen, AM Nerg, A Nissinen, CN Stewart, GM Poppy, ...
Environmental pollution 157 (1), 181-185, 2009
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