Gabor Neumann

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Plants produce and release in the surrounding soil, the so-called rhizosphere, a vast variety of secondary metabolites. Among them, flavonoids are the most studied, mainly for their role in the establishment of rhizobium–legume symbiosis; on the other hand, some studies highlight that they are also important in the plant strategies to acquire nutrients from(More)
The availability and accessibility of an increasing amount of Earth Observation (EO) data enable the investigation of links between health effects and environmental conditions. A main challenge is the identification of suitable EO data according to the requirements for environmental information defined by health experts. The EO2HEAVEN project focuses on the(More)
Pulvinaria urbicola, a pulvinariine soft scale was recorded for the first time on Christmas Island (Indian Ocean) in June 2011. A broad host plant generalist, Pu. urbicola excretes honeydew and is commonly tended by ants, including invasive Anoplolepis gracilipes and Pheidole megacephala. Pu. urbicola is implicated in dieback of forest dominated by Pisonia(More)
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