Paul A. Egan
Paul A. Egan
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Plant Protection Biology
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Chemistry of floral rewards: intra- and interspecific variability of nectar and pollen secondary metabolites across taxa
E Palmer-Young, IW Farrell, LS Adler, NJ Milano, PA Egan, R Juncker, ...
Ecological Monographs 89 (1), e01335, 2018
Nectar chemistry modulates the impact of an invasive plant on native pollinators
EJ Tiedeken, PA Egan, PC Stevenson, GA Wright, MJF Brown, EF Power, ...
Functional Ecology 30 (6), 885-893, 2016
Delivering integrated pest and pollinator management (IPPM)
PA Egan, LV Dicks, HMT Hokkanen, JA Stenberg
Trends in Plant Science 25 (6), 577-589, 2020
Mountain ecosystem services and climate change: A global overview of potential threats and strategies for adaptation
PA Egan, MF Price
UNESCO, Paris, 1-32, 2017
Phytochemistry of the carnivorous Sundew genus Drosera (Droseraceae) – future perspectives and ethnopharmacological relevance
PA Egan, F van der Kooy
Chemistry & Biodiversity 10 (10), 1774-1790, 2013
Natural hazard threats to pollinators and pollination
CC Nicholson, PA Egan
Global Change Biology 26 (2), 380-391, 2020
Direct and pollinator-mediated effects of herbivory on strawberry and the potential for improved resistance
A Muola, D Weber, LE Malm, PA Egan, R Glinwood, AL Parachnowitsch, ...
Frontiers in Plant Science 8, 2017
Crop domestication alters floral reward chemistry with potential consequences for pollinator health
PA Egan, LS Adler, RE Irwin, IW Farrell, EC Palmer-Young, PC Stevenson
Frontiers in Plant Science 9, 1357, 2018
When is it biological control? A framework of definitions, mechanisms, and classifications
JA Stenberg, I Sundh, PG Becher, C Björkman, M Dubey, PA Egan, ...
Journal of Pest Science 94 (3), 665-676, 2021
Secondary metabolites from nectar and pollen: a resource for ecological and evolutionary studies
EC Palmer-Young, IW Farrell, LS Adler, NJ Milano, PA Egan, RE Irwin, ...
Ecology 100 (4), 2019
Capturing genetic variation in crop wild relatives: An evolutionary approach
PA Egan, A Muola, JA Stenberg
Evolutionary Applications 11 (8), 1293-1304, 2018
Plant toxin levels in nectar vary spatially across native and introduced populations
PA Egan, PC Stevenson, EJ Tiedeken, GA Wright, F Boylan, JC Stout
Journal of Ecology 104 (4), 1106–1115, 2016
Genetic diversity and floral width variation in introduced and native populations of a long-lived woody perennial
JC Stout, KJ Duffy, PA Egan, M Harbourne, TR Hodkinson
AoB Plants 7, 2015
Our global water towers: Ensuring ecosystem services from mountains under climate change
MF Price, PA Egan
UNESCO, Paris, 2014
Coproduction and ecological significance of naphthoquinones in carnivorous Sundews (Drosera)
PA Egan, F van der Kooy
Chemistry & Biodiversity 9 (6), 1033-1044, 2012
Is there a best woodland strawberry? A consumer survey of preferred sensory properties and cultivation characteristics
K Wendin, PA Egan, V Olsson, S Forsberg, A Nilsson, JA Stenberg
International Journal of Gastronomy and Food Science 16, 100151, 2019
Meconopsis autumnalis and M. manasluensis (Papaveraceae), two new species of Himalayan poppy endemic to central Nepal with sympatric congeners
PA Egan
Phytotaxa 20, 47–56, 2011
Genetic variation in herbivore resistance within a strawberry crop wild relative (Fragaria vesca L.)
D Weber, PA Egan, A Muola, JA Stenberg
Arthropod-Plant Interactions 14 (1), 31-40, 2020
Plant resistance does not compromise parasitoid-based biocontrol of a strawberry pest
D Weber, PA Egan, A Muola, LE Ericson, JA Stenberg
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 1-10, 2020
The joint economic impact level (jEIL): a decision metric for integrated pest and pollinator management
A Flöhr, JA Stenberg, PA Egan
Integrative Biological Control, 17-38, 2020
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