Ursula S.R. Röse

Education

Ph.D.

University of Göttingen, Germany in collaboration with USDA-ARS Gainesville, FL

M.S.

University of Göttingen, Germany

Research

ICG-3, Phytosphere

Research Center Jülich

Jülich, Germany

Post-Doctoral Training

Max-Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology

Department of Biochemistry

Jena, Germany

Clinical Affiliations

Maine

Expertise

Chemical Ecology; plant-insect and plant-microbe interactions; multitrophic interactions; plant volatile organic compounds (VOC); terpenes; plant defenses; induced compounds in algae.

Research

Research Interests

Induced plant defenses in response to biotic stress; induced defenses in algae

Selected Publications

Henkes G.J., Jousset A., Bonkowski M., Thorpe M.R., Scheu S., Lanoue A., Schurr U., and Röse U.S.R. 2011. Pseudomonas fluorescens CHA0 maintains carbon delivery to Fusarium graminearum-infected roots and prevents reduction in biomass of barley shoots through systemic interactions. Journal of Experimental Botany 62: 4337-4344.

Lanoue A., Burlat V, Henkes G.J., Koch I, Schurr U., and Röse U.S.R.  2010.  De novo biosynthesis of defense root exudates in response to Fusarium attack in barley. New Phytologist 185: 577_588.

Lanoue A., Burlat V, Schurr U., and Röse U.S.R.   2010.   Induced root-secreted phenolic compounds as a belowground plant defense.  Plant Signaling & Behavior. 5: 1037-1038.  

Röse U.S.R. & Hofmann D. 2009 Volatiles emitted from extrafloral nectar of cotton plants (Gossypium hirsutum) Mitt. Dtsch. Ges. allg. angew. Ent. 17: 73-77.

Schmidt L., Schurr U., and. Röse U. S. R.  2009 Local and systemic effects of two herbivores with different feeding mechanisms on primary metabolism of cotton leaves. Plant Cell & Environment 32: 893-903.

Henkes G.J., Thorpe M.R., Minchin P.E., Schurr U., and Röse U. S. R. 2008.  Jasmonic acid root treatment induces immediate changes in the partitioning of recently fixed carbon in barley plants.  Plant Cell & Environment 31: 1229_1236.

Schwartzberg E.G., Kunert G., Röse U.S.R., Gershenzon J., and Weisser W.W. 2008.  Alarm pheromone emission by different clones of pea aphid, Acyrthosiphon pisum, under predation by lacewing larvae. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 128: 403_409.

Schwartzberg E.G., Kunert G., Stephan C., David A., Röse U.S.R., Gershenzon J., Boland W., and Weisser W.W. 2008.  Real-time analysis of alarm pheromone emission by the pea aphid, Acyrthosiphon pisum under predation by lacewing larvae. Journal of Chemical Ecology 34: 76_81.

Lühring H., Nguyen V. D., Schmidt L., Röse U.S.R.  2007. Caterpillar regurgitant induces pore formation in plant membranes. FEBS Letters 581: 5361_5370.

Tholl D. and Röse U.S.R.  2006. Detection and Identification of Floral Scent Compounds. Pg 3-25. Book chapter In: Biology of Floral Scent. Eds.: N. Dudareva, E. Pichersky, CRC Press, Boca Raton,FL.

Röse U. S. R., Lewis W. J., and Tumlinson, J. H.  2006. Extrafloral nectar from cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) as a food source for parasitic wasps. Functional Ecology 20: 67 _ 74.

Tholl D., Boland W., Hansel A., Loreto F., Röse U.S.R. and Schnitzler J.-P. 2006. Practical approaches to plant volatile analysis. The Plant Journal 45: 540-560.

Röse U. S. R. and Tumlinson J. H. 2005. Systemic induction of volatile release in cotton: How specific is the signal to herbivory? Planta 222: 327 _ 335.

Kunert, G., Otto, S., Röse, U. S. R., Gershenzon, J., and Weisser, W. W. 2005. Alarm pheromone mediates production of winged dispersal morphs in aphids. Ecology Letters 8: 596-603.

 

Funded Grants

National Science Foundation - Major Research Instrumentation Grant (NSF-MRI) 2012

Vice President for Research Mini Grant 2012

Vice President for Research Mini Grant 2011

Land-Sea Interaction Faculty Summer Research Grant 2010

UNE College of Arts and Science Mini Grant 2010

Ursula Röse

Ursula S.R. Röse

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Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Morgane Hall
105

uroese@une.edu

(207) 602-2417