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UNIVERSITA DEGLI STUDI DI PALERMO
|Coordinator Country||Italy [IT]|
|Total cost||252˙000 €|
|EC max contribution||238˙500 € (95%)|
1. H2020-EU.1.3.3. (Stimulating innovation by means of cross-fertilisation of knowledge)
|Duration (year-month-day)||from 2016-03-01 to 2019-02-28|
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|1||UNIVERSITA DEGLI STUDI DI PALERMO||IT (PALERMO)||coordinator||103˙500.00|
|2||UNIVERSITA DEGLI STUDI DI PERUGIA||IT (PERUGIA)||participant||58˙500.00|
|3||BENAKI PHYTOPATHOLOGICAL INSTITUTE||EL (ATHINA)||participant||45˙000.00|
|4||INSTITUT NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE AGRONOMIQUE||FR (PARIS CEDEX 07)||participant||22˙500.00|
|5||THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM||UK (NOTTINGHAM)||participant||9˙000.00|
|6||Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada||CA (Ontario)||partner||0.00|
|7||UNIVERSITE DE MONTREAL||CA (MONTREAL)||partner||0.00|
Insects can be accidentally introduced into non-native ecosystems by humans, or expand their geographical range toward the poles as a consequence of global warming. As they invade new environments, exotic species interact with local species, modifying the structure of local food webs. New associations arising from with biological invasions can impact the strength of existing links with effects cascading through trophic levels. When invasive species are herbivores that can attack economically important crops, they can cause serious economic losses. For example, recent invasion of the brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB) (Halyomorpha halys) in Europe and North America has the potential to interfere with local trophic webs and poses a serious threat to several agro-ecosystems. In this project, we will adopt a multidisciplinary approach to study the ecological consequences of BMSB invasions. In particular, we will focus on the effect of alien herbivore invasion on local natural enemies using the following work packages: 1) the impact of exotic herbivores on infochemical communication between plants, herbivores and natural enemies; 2) Learned responses of parasitoids to infochemical evolutionary traps in a climate change context; 3) Contest behaviour of local egg parasitoids for possession of co-evolved and non-coevolved hosts; 4) Patch time allocation of local egg parasitoids after alien herbivore invasion: behavioural and modelling approaches; 5) Molecular aspects of indirect plant defences against invasive and local species 6) Genetic structure of invasive alien herbivores across Europe and North America The proposed research will be of great relevance for the RISE call as it will be an unparalleled opportunity for complementary European and Canadian research groups to join forces, resulting in the development of lasting research collaborations, the transfer of knowledge between research institutions and improving research potential at the European and global levels.
|Manuscript WP2||Documents, reports||2019-09-09 14:51:07|
|Midterm Scientific report WP3||Documents, reports||2019-09-09 14:51:07|
|Manuscript WP5||Documents, reports||2019-09-09 14:51:06|
|Annual summary published on INVASION website WP2||Documents, reports||2019-09-09 14:51:07|
|Annual summary published on INVASION website WP5||Documents, reports||2019-09-09 14:51:06|
|Annual summary published on INVASION website WP6||Documents, reports||2019-09-09 14:51:06|
|Manuscript WP3||Documents, reports||2019-09-09 14:51:07|
|Developing of a theoretical model based on Monte Carlo simulations||Demonstrators, pilots, prototypes||2019-09-09 14:51:06|
|Annual summary published on INVASION website WP3||Documents, reports||2019-09-09 14:51:07|
|Manuscript WP6||Documents, reports||2019-09-09 14:51:06|
|Manuscript WP4||Documents, reports||2019-09-09 14:51:06|
|Midterm Scientific report WP2||Documents, reports||2019-09-09 14:51:06|
|Midterm Scientific report WP5||Documents, reports||2019-09-09 14:51:05|
|Midterm Scientific report WP6||Documents, reports||2019-09-09 14:51:06|
|Midterm Scientific report WP1||Documents, reports||2019-09-09 14:51:06|
|Annual summary published on INVASION website WP1||Documents, reports||2019-09-09 14:51:06|
|Progress report||Documents, reports||2019-09-09 14:51:06|
|Manuscript WP1||Documents, reports||2019-09-09 14:51:06|
|Midterm Scientific report WP4||Documents, reports||2019-09-09 14:51:05|
|Annual summary published on INVASION website WP4||Documents, reports||2019-09-09 14:51:05|
Take a look to the deliverables list in detail: detailed list of INVASIoN deliverables.
|year||authors and title||journal||last update|
Letizia Martorana, Maria Cristina Foti, Gabriele Rondoni, Eric Conti, Stefano Colazza, Ezio Peri
An invasive insect herbivore disrupts plant volatile-mediated tritrophic signalling
published pages: 1079-1085, ISSN: 1612-4758, DOI: 10.1007/s10340-017-0877-5
|Journal of Pest Science 90/4||2019-09-09|
Paul K. Abram, Antonino Cusumano, Katrina Abram, Stefano Colazza, Ezio Peri
Testing the habituation assumption underlying models of parasitoid foraging behavior
published pages: e3097, ISSN: 2167-8359, DOI: 10.7717/peerj.3097
Francesca Frati, Antonino Cusumano, Eric Conti, Stefano Colazza, Ezio Peri, Salvatore Guarino, Letizia Martorana, Roberto Romani, Gianandrea Salerno
Foraging behaviour of an egg parasitoid exploiting plant volatiles induced by pentatomids: the role of adaxial and abaxial leaf surfaces
published pages: e3326, ISSN: 2167-8359, DOI: 10.7717/peerj.3326
Gabriele Rondoni, Valeria Bertoldi, Robert Malek, Maria Cristina Foti, Ezio Peri, Lara Maistrello, Tim Haye, Eric Conti
Native egg parasitoids recorded from the invasive Halyomorpha halys successfully exploit volatiles emitted by the plantâ€“herbivore complex
published pages: 1087-1095, ISSN: 1612-4758, DOI: 10.1007/s10340-017-0861-0
|Journal of Pest Science 90/4||2019-09-09|
Gabriele Rondoni, Valeria Bertoldi, Robert Malek, Khaled Djelouah, Chiaraluce Moretti, Roberto Buonaurio, Eric Conti
Vicia faba plants respond to oviposition by invasive Halyomorpha halys activating direct defences against offspring
published pages: 671-679, ISSN: 1612-4758, DOI: 10.1007/s10340-018-0955-3
|Journal of Pest Science 91/2||2019-09-09|
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