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Breitkopf, H; Schlüter, P M; Xu, S; Schiestl, F P; Cozzolino, S; Scopece, G (2013). Pollinator shifts between Ophrys sphegodes populations: might adaptation to different pollinators drive population divergence? Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 26(10):2197-2208.
Travnicek, P; Jersakova, J; Kubatova, B; Krejcikova, J; Bateman, R M; Lucanova, M; Krajnikova, E; Tesitelova, T; Stipkova, Z; Amardeilh, J P; Brzosko, E; Jermakowicz, E; Cabanne, O; Durka, W; Efimov, P; Hedren, M; Hermosilla, C E; Kreutz, K; Kull, T; Tali, K; Marchand, O; Rey, M; Schiestl, F P; Curn, V; Suda, J (2012). Minority cytotypes in European populations of the Gymnadenia conopsea complex (Orchidaceae) greatly increase intraspecific and intrapopulation diversity. Annals of Botany, 110(5):977-986.
Staub, P O; Schiestl, F P; Leonti, M; Weckerle, C S (2011). Chemical analysis of incense smokes used in Shaxi, Southwest China: a novel methodological approach in ethnobotany. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 138(1):212-218.
Weckerle, C S; Staub, P O; Schiestl, F P (2011). Continuum between ritual and medicinal use of plants: smoke analysis of ritual plants from southwest China. CHIMIA International Journal for Chemistry, 65(6):438.
Xu, S; Schlüter, P M; Scopece, G; Breitkopf, H; Gross, K; Cozzolino, S; Schiestl, F P (2011). Floral isolation is the main reproductive barrier among closely related sexually deceptive orchids. Evolution, 65(9):2606-2620.
Vereecken, N J; Streinzer, M; Ayasse, M; Spaethe, J; Paulus, H F; Stökl, J; Cortis, P; Schiestl, F P (2011). Integrating past and present studies on Ophrys pollination - a comment on Bradshaw et al. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 165(4):329-335.
Schiestl, F P; Huber, F K; Gomez, J M (2011). Phenotypic selection on floral scent: trade-off between attraction and deterrence? Evolutionary Ecology, 25(2):237-248.
Blom, D; Fabbri, C; Connor, E C; Schiestl, F P; Klauser, D R; Boller, T; Eberl, L; Weisskopf, L (2011). Production of plant growth modulating volatiles is widespread among rhizosphere bacteria and strongly depends on culture conditions. Environmental Microbiology, 13(11):3047-3058.
Schlüter, P M; Xu, S; Gagliardini, V; Whittle, E; Shanklin, J; Grossniklaus, U; Schiestl, F P (2011). Stearoyl-acyl carrier protein desaturases are associated with floral isolation in sexually deceptive orchids. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), 108(14):5696-5701.
Schiestl, F P; Johnson, S D; Raguso, R A (2010). Floral evolution as a figment of the imagination of pollinators. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 25(7):382-383.
Schiestl, F P (2010). The evolution of floral scent and insect chemical communication. Ecology Letters, 13(5):643-656.
Vereecken, N J; Cozzolino, S; Schiestl, F P (2010). Hybrid floral scent novelty drives pollinator shift in sexually deceptive orchids. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 10:103.
Scopece, G; Cozzolino, S; Johnson, S D; Schiestl, F P (2010). Pollination efficiency and the evolution of specialized deceptive pollination systems. American Naturalist, 175(1):98-105.
Schiestl, F P (2010). Pollination: sexual mimicry abounds. Current Biology, 20(23):R1020-R1022.
Peakall, R; Ebert, D; Poldy, J; Barrow, R A; Francke, W; Bower, C C; Schiestl, F P (2010). Pollinator specificity, floral odour chemistry and the phylogeny of Australian sexually deceptive Chiloglottis orchids: implications for pollinator-driven speciation. New Phytologist, 188(2):437-450.
Schlüter, P M; Schiestl, F P (2009). Floral isolation, specialized pollination, and pollinator behavior in orchids. Annual Review of Entomology, 54:425-446.
Waelti, M O; Page, P A; Widmer, A; Schiestl, F P (2009). How to be an attractive male: floral dimorphism and attractiveness to pollinators in a dioecious plant. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 9:190.
Vereecken, N J; Schiestl, F P (2009). On the roles of colour and scent in a specialized floral mimicry system. Annals of Botany, 104(6):1077-1084.
Scopece, G; Juillet, N; Müller, A; Schiestl, F P; Cozzolino, S (2009). Pollinator attraction in Anacamptis papilionacea (Orchidaceae): a food or a sex promise? Plant Species Biology, 24(2):109-114.
Cortis, P; Vereecken, N J; Schiestl, F P; Barone Lumaga, M R; Scrugli, A; Cozzolino, S (2009). Pollinator convergence and the nature of species' boundaries in sympatric Sardinian Ophrys (Orchidaceae). Annals of Botany, 104(3):497-506.
Franke, S; Ibarra, F; Schulz, C M; Twele, R; Poldy, J; Barrow, R A; Peakall, R; Schiestl, F P; Francke, W (2009). The discovery of 2,5-dialkylcyclohexan-1,3-diones as a new class of natural products. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), 106(22):8877-8882.
Wright, G A; Schiestl, F P (2009). The evolution of floral scent: the influence of olfactory learning by insect pollinators on the honest signalling of floral rewards. Functional Ecology, 23(5):841-851.
Schlüter, P M; Schiestl, F P (2008). Molecular mechanisms of floral mimicry in orchids. Trends in Plant Science, 13(5):228-235.
Vereecken, N J; Schiestl, F P (2008). The evolution of imperfect floral mimicry. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), 105(21):7484-7488.
Waelti, M O; Muhlemann, J K; Widmer, A; Schiestl, F P (2008). Floral odour and reproductive isolation in two species of Silene. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 21(1):111-121.
Steinebrunner, F; Schiestl, F P; Leuchtmann, A (2008). Ecological role of volatiles produced by Epichloë: differences in antifungal toxicity. FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 64(2):307-316.
Schiestl, F P; Cozzolino, S (2008). Evolution of sexual mimicry in the orchid subtribe orchidinae: the role of preadaptations in the attraction of male bees as pollinators. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 8:27.
Steinebrunner, F; Twele, R; Francke, W; Leuchtmann, A; Schiestl, F P (2008). Role of odour compounds in the attraction of gamete vectors in endophytic Epichloë fungi. The New Phytologist, 178(2):401-411.