Manuel Bolsinger

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Effects of ozone fumigation of Asclepias curassavica L. and A. syriaca L. on feeding preference, growth, development, and nutritional indices of monarch larvae were investigated in conjunction with changes in specific leaf metabolites. While foliar chemistry was quite variable, fumigation generally decreased sugars and proteins, and increased amino acids(More)
In our competitive world, companies need to adapt their processes quickly in order to react, for instance, to changing customer demands. Process models, as means to support process management, are nowadays often created and adapted in a time-consuming, widely used manual manner. Semantic Business Process Management in combination with planning approaches(More)
A series of fumigation experiments was conducted with bloodflower (Asclepias curassavica L.) in continuous-flow stirred reactors (CSTRs) to elucidate the effects of ozone on foliar concentrations of several primary and secondary plant metabolites relevant to herbivores. Plants 8 weeks of age were subjected to different ozone levels ranging from 0 to 134 nl(More)
In pollution exclusion experiments on the verge of a widely-used motorway, it has been shown that roadway emissions increase the abundance of the aphid Aphis fabae Scop. on two different host plants, Viburnum opulus L. and Phaseolus vulgaris L. Analysis of phloem sap of excised leaves revealed on increase in almost all of the detected amino acids due to(More)
For years, improving processes has been a prominent business priority for Chief Information Officers. As expressed by the popular saying, " If you can't measure it, you can't manage it, " process measures are an important instrument for managing processes and corresponding change projects. Companies have been using a value-based management approach since(More)
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