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Faculty of Biosciences > Institute of Pharmacy and Molecular Biotechnology > IPMB, Department Biology 
Publikationen Prof. Dr. M. Wink 
Chemical ecology

Wink, M., Distl, M., et al. A reply to Baldwin: critique does not weaken major conclusions Ecology Letters 10: E2-E3 Mar 2007

Adler, L., Wink, M. Transfer of quinolizidine alkaloids from hosts to hemiparasites in two Castilleja-Lupinus associations: analysis of floral and vegetative tissues. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 29(6): 551-61, 2001

Adler, L. S., Wink, M., Distl, M., Lentz, A. J J. Leaf herbivory and nutrients increase nectar alkaloids. Ecology Letters, 9, 960-967, 2006

Aguiar, R. & Wink, M. How do slugs cope with toxic alkaloids. Chemoecology 15, 167-177, 2005

Aguiar, R. and Wink, M. Mollusc-deterrent activity of lupin alkaloids. van Santen, E., Wink, M.,Weissmann, S. and Roemer, P. (eds). Lupin, an Ancient Crop for the New Millenium. Proc. of the 9th International Lupin Conference, Klink/Müritz, Germany, 20-24 June, 1999 International Lupin Association, Canterbury, New Zealand. pp. 97-98, 2000

Aguiar, R., Wink, M. Do naïve ruminants degrade alkaloids in the rumen? J. Chemical Ecology 31, 761-787, 2005

Aguiar, R., Wink, M., Makkar, H.P.S., Bluemmel, M. & Becker, K. 1998. Effects of Lupinus alkaloids on in vitro rumen fermentation and their fate in the rumen .pp 179-182, in Recent advanves of research in antinutritional factors in legume seeds and rapeseed. EAAP Publication 93, 1998

Aufreiter, S., Mahaney, W. C., Milner, M. W., Hancock, R. G. V., Ketch, L., Malloch, D., Huffman, M. A., Reich, M., Wink, M., Sodhi, R. Mineralogical and chemical interactions of soils eaten by chimpanzees of the Mahale Mountains and Gombe Stream National Parks, Tanzania", J. Chemical Ecology 27(2): 285-311, 2001

Banko, P., Cipollini, M. L., Breton, G., Paulk, E., Wink, M.,and Izhaki, I. Seed chemistry of Sophora chrysophylla (Mamane) in relation to the diet of the specialist seed predator Loxioides bailleui (Palila) in Hawai'i. J. Chemical Ecology 28, 1393-1410, 2002

Budde, J., Reckert, A., Sporer, F., Wink, M., Eltz, T., Lunau K., Beiträge zur Evolution der Oligolektie bei solitären Bienen der Gattung Andrena. - Entomologie heute 16: 191-200, 2004

Detzel, A. & Wink, M. Attraction, deterrence or intoxication of bees (Apis mellifera) by plant allelochemicals. Chemoecology 4, 8-18, 1993

Detzel, A., Wink, M. Evidence for a cardenolide carrier in Oncopeltus fasciatus (Insecta: Hemiptera). Z. Naturforschung; Journal of Bioscince. 50c, 127-134, 1995

Egelhaaf, A., Cölln, K., Schmitz, B., Buck, M., Wink, M., Schneider, D.: Organ specific storage of dietary pyrrolizidine alkaloids in the arctiid moth Creatonotos transiens Z. Naturforschung; Journal of Bioscince 45 c, 115-120, 1990

Emrich, B.H., Wink, M. Untersuchungen zum Alkaloidgehalt der Lupinenblattlaus Macrosiphum albifrons im Hinblick auf ihre durch die Wirtspflanze erworbene Toxizität.In: "Lupinen 1991- Forschung, Anbau und Verwertung", (M. Wink, ed.) 37-52, 1992

Frick, C., & Wink, M. Uptake and sequestration of ouabain and other cardiac glycosides in Danaus plexippus (Lepidoptera: Danaidae): Evidence for a carrier-mediated process. J. Chemical Ecology 21, 557-575, 1995

Holzinger, F. & Wink, M. Mediation of cardiac glycoside insensitivity in the monarch (Danaus plexippus): Role of an amino acid substitution in the ouabain binding site of Na+,K+-ATPase. Journal of Chemical Ecology 22, 1921-1937, 1996

Holzinger, F., Frick, C. & Wink, M. Molecular base for the insensitivity of the Monarch (Danaus plexippus) to cardiac glycosides. FEBS letters 314: 477-480, 1992

Hundsdörfer, A. K., Tshibangu, J. N., Wetterauer, B. Wink, M. Sequestration of phorbol esters by aposematic larvae of Hyles euphorbiae (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae). Chemoecology 15, 261-267, 2005

Inbar, M., Wink, M., Wool, D. The evolution of plant manipulation by insects: molecular and ecological evidence from gall-forming aphids on Pistacia. Molecular Phylogeny Evolution 32, 504-511, 2004

Lehtonen, P., Helander, M., Wink, M., Sporer, F. Saikkonen, K. Transfer of endophyte origin defensive alkaloids from a grass to hemiparasitic plant. Ecology letters 8, 1256-1263, 2005

Mahaney, W. C., Milner, M. W., Hs, M., Hancock, R. G. V., Aufreiter, S., Reich, M., Wink, M. Mineral and chemical analyses of soils ingested by humans in Indonesia. Intern. Journal of Environmental Health Research 10, 93-109, 2000

Mahaney, W. C., Zippin, J., Milner, M. W., Sanmugadas, K., Hancock, R. G. V., Aufreiter, S., Campbell, S., Huffman, M. A., Wink, M., Malloch, D. Chemistry, mineralogy and microbiology of termite mound soil eaten by the chimpanzees of the Mahale Mountains, WesternTanzania Journal of Tropical Ecology; 15, 565-588, 1999

Melamed, H., Markman, S., Arieli, A., Distl, M., Wink, M. & Izhaki, I. Limited ability of Palestine sunbirds (Nectarinia osea) to cope with pyridine alkaloids in nectar of tobacco tree (Nicotiana glauca). Functional Ecology 18, 844-850, 2004

Nickisch-Rosenegk, E. von & Wink, M. Influence of previous feeding regimes and ambient temperatures on degradation and storage of pyrrolizidine alkaloids in the arctiid moth, Creatonotos transiens. Entomol. Gener. 19:157-170, 1995

Sauerwein, M. & Wink, M. On the role of opines in plants transformed with Agrobacterium rhizogenes: Tropane alkaloid metabolism, insect toxicity and allelopathic properties. J. Plant Physiol. 142, 446-451, 1993

Singaravelan, N., Inbar, M., Ne'eman, G., Distl, M., Wink, M. Izhaki, I. : The effects of nectar nicotine on colony fitness of caged honeybees. Journal Chemical Ecology 32, 49-58, 2006

Szentesi, A. & Wink, M. Fate of quinolizidine alkaloids through three trophic levels: Laburnum anagyroides (Leguminosae) and associated organisms. Journal Chemical Ecology 17, 1557-1573, 1991

v.Nickisch-Rosenegk, E. & Wink, M. Sequestration of pyrrolizidine alkaloids in several arctiid moths (Lepidoptera: Arctiidae) J. Chem. Ecol.19, 1889-1903, 1993

v.Nickisch-Rosenegk, E., Detzel, A., Wink, M., Schneider, D. Carrier-mediated uptake of digoxin by larvae of the cardenolide sequestering moth, Syntomeida epilais. Naturwissenschaften 77, 336-338, 1990

v.Nickisch-Rosenegk, E., Schneider, D., Wink, M. Time-course of pyrrolizidine alkaloid processing in the alkaloid exploiting arctiid moth, Creatonotos transiens. Z. Naturforschung; Journal of Bioscince 45 c 881-894, 1990

Wakibara, J. V, Huffman, M. A., Wink, M., Reich, S,. Aufreiter, S., Sodhi, R., Mahaney, W. C. and Russel, S., Adaptive Significance of Geophagy for Japanese Macaques (Macaca fuscata) at Arashiyama, Japan, International Journal Primatology 22, 495-520, 2001

Wink, M. & Witte, L.Quinolizidine alkaloids in Petteria ramentacea (Sieber) Presl and the infesting aphids, Aphis cytisorum Hartig.Phytochemistry 24, 2567-2568, 1985

Wink, M. & Witte, L. Quinolizidine alkaloids in Genista acanthoclada and its holoparasite, Cuscuta palaestina. J. Chem. Ecol.,1993

Wink, M. & Römer, P. Acquired toxicity- the advantages of specializing on alkaloid-rich lupins to Macrosiphum albifrons (Aphidae). Naturwissenschaften 73, 210-212, 1986

Wink, M. Ecological roles of alkaloids. In "Modern Alkaloids. Structure, isolation, synthesis, and biology". (E. Fattorusso, = Taglialatela-Scafati, eds.) Wiley-Vch, Weinheim , pp 3-24, 2008

Wink, M . Chemical ecology of alkaloids. In "Alkaloids: Biochemistry, ecology and medicinal applications; M. F. Roberts, & Wink, M. eds, pp. 265-300, Plenum, New York,1998

Wink, M. Secondary metabolites: deterring herbivores. In Encyclopedia of Life sciences. Nature Publishing Group, 9 pp, 2001

Wink, M., & Theile, V. Alkaloid tolerance in Manduca sexta and phylogenetically related sphingids (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae). Chemoecology 12:29-46, 2002

Wink, M., C. Grimm, C. Koschmieder, F. Sporer, and A. Bergeot Sequestration of phorbolester by the aposomatically coloured bug Pachycoris klugii (Insecta: Hemiptera) feeding on Jatropha curcas (Euphorbiaceae) Chemoecology 10, 179-184, 2000

Wink, M., D. Schneider, Witte, L. Biosynthesis of pyrrolizidine alkaloid-derived pheromones in the arctiid moth, Creatonotos transiens: Stereochemie Wink, M., Schneider, D.: Fate of plant-derived secondary metabolites in three moth species (Syntomis mogadorensis, Syntomeida epilais, and Creatonotos transiens). Journal Comparative Physiology B 160, 389-400,1990

Wink, M., E. v. Nickisch-Rosenegk, D.Schneider: Processing of pyrrolizidine alkaloids and cardenolides in three moths, Syntomis mogadorensis, Syntomeida epilais and Creatonotos transiens. Symp. Biol. Hung. 39, 53-61,1990

Wink, M., L. Witte. Storage of quinolizidine alkaloids in Macrosiphum albifrons and Aphis genistae (Homoptera: Aphididae). Entomologia Generalis 15, 237-254, 1991

Wink, M., Legal, L. Evidence for two genetically and chemically defined host races of Tyria jacobaeae (Arctiidae, Lepidoptera). Chemoecology 11, 199-207, 2001

Wink, M., Monttlor, C., Bernays, E.A.,& Witte, L.: Uresiphita reversalis (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae): Carrier-mediated uptake and sequestration of quinolizidine alkaloids obtained from the host plant Teline monspessulana. Z. Naturforschung; Journal of Bioscince 46c,1080-1088, 1991

Wink, M., Hofer, A., Bilfinger, M., Englert, E., Martin, M. & Schneider, D. Geese and plant dietary allelochemicals- Food palatability and geophagy. Chemoecology 4, 93-107,1993

Wink, M. Chemical ecology of quinolizidine alkaloids.In: Allelochemicals: Role in agriculture,forestry and ecology (Ed. G. R. Waller), American Chemical Society, Symp.Ser. 330, pp. 524-533, 1987

Wink, M. Chemische Waffen als Hochzeitsgeschenk. Unispiegel Heidelberg 23, Heft 5, 5-6, 1991

Wink, M. Die chemische Verteidigung der Pflanzen und die Anpassungen der Pflanzenfresser.In: "Lupinen 1991- Forschung, Anbau und Verwertung", (M. Wink, ed.), 130-156, 1992

Wink, M. Potentielle Bedeutung pflanzlicher Sekundärstoffe zur Abwehr von Wühlmäusen. In "Abwehr von Wühlmäusen im ökologischen Landbau) Berichte Biol. Bundesanst. Land-Forstwirt. Braunschweig, 104, 31-44, 2002

Wink, M. Die chemische Verteidigung der Pflanzen und die Anpassungen der Pflanzenfresser. Tagungsband VDBiol. 41-58, 1992

Wink, M., Schneider, D. Carrier-mediated uptake of pyrrolizidine alkaloids in larvae of the aposematic and alkaloid exploiting moth, Creatonotos. Naturwissenschaften 75, 524-525, 1988

Wink, M. Pflanzliche Sekundärstoffe und Insekten- Vom Gift zur Mitgift. Bioforum 16, 360-365, 1993

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