Omer Nevo
Omer Nevo
iDiv & Institute of Biodiversity, FSU Jena
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Plant attractants: integrating insights from pollination and seed dispersal ecology
K Valenta, O Nevo, C Martel, CA Chapman
Evolutionary Ecology 31 (2), 249-267, 2017
Led by the nose: Olfaction in primate feeding ecology
O Nevo, EW Heymann
Evolutionary Anthropology: Issues, News, and Reviews 24 (4), 137-148, 2015
The dispersal syndrome hypothesis: how animals shaped fruit traits, and how they did not
K Valenta, O Nevo
Functional Ecology 34 (6), 1158-1169, 2020
Chemical recognition of fruit ripeness in spider monkeys (Ateles geoffroyi).
O Nevo, GR Orts, SLT Hernandez, S Schulz, EW Heymann, M Ayasse, ...
Scientific reports 5, 14895-14895, 2015
The evolution of fruit colour: phylogeny, abiotic factors and the role of mutualists
K Valenta, U Kalbitzer, D Razafimandimby, P Omeja, M Ayasse, ...
Scientific Reports 8 (1), 1-8, 2018
Fruit scent as an evolved signal to primate seed dispersal
O Nevo, D Razafimandimby, JAJ Jeffrey, S Schulz, M Ayasse
Science advances 4 (10), eaat4871, 2018
Fruit odor as a ripeness signal for seed-dispersing primates? A case study on four Neotropical plant species
O Nevo, EW Heymann, S Schulz, M Ayasse
Journal of chemical ecology 42 (4), 323-328, 2016
Fruit scent and observer colour vision shape food-selection strategies in wild capuchin monkeys
AD Melin, O Nevo, M Shirasu, RE Williamson, EC Garrett, M Endo, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-9, 2019
Frugivores and the evolution of fruit colour
O Nevo, K Valenta, D Razafimandimby, AD Melin, M Ayasse, ...
Biology Letters 14 (9), 20180377, 2018
The ecology and evolution of fruit odor: implications for primate seed dispersal
O Nevo, K Valenta
International Journal of Primatology 39 (3), 338-355, 2018
Function of bacterial community dynamics in the formation of cadaveric semiochemicals during in situ carcass decomposition
J Pascual, C von Hoermann, AM Rottler‐Hoermann, O Nevo, A Geppert, ...
Environmental microbiology 19 (8), 3310-3322, 2017
Signal and reward in wild fleshy fruits: Does fruit scent predict nutrient content?
O Nevo, D Razafimandimby, K Valenta, JAJ Jeffrey, C Reisdorff, ...
Ecology and Evolution 9 (18), 10534-10543, 2019
Primate fruit color: useful concept or alluring myth?
K Valenta, O Nevo, CA Chapman
International Journal of Primatology 39 (3), 321-337, 2018
Fruit Scent: Biochemistry, Ecological Function, and Evolution
O Nevo, M Ayasse
Co-Evolution of Secondary Metabolites, 1-23, 2019
Fruit defence syndromes: the independent evolution of mechanical and chemical defences
O Nevo, K Valenta, AG Tevlin, P Omeja, SA Styler, DJ Jackson, ...
Evolutionary Ecology 31 (6), 913-923, 2017
The sensory ecology of fear: African elephants show aversion to olfactory predator signals
K Valenta, MH Schmitt, M Ayasse, O Nevo
Conservation Science and Practice 3 (2), e333, 2021
The evolution of fruit scent: phylogenetic and developmental constraints
O Nevo, K Valenta, A Kleiner, D Razafimandimby, JAJ Jeffrey, ...
BMC Evolutionary Biology 20 (1), 1-8, 2020
Ultraviolet radiation changes plant color
K Valenta, K Dimac-Stohl, F Baines, T Smith, G Piotrowski, N Hill, ...
BMC plant biology 20 (1), 1-5, 2020
Sweet tooth: Elephants detect fruit sugar levels based on scent alone
O Nevo, MH Schmitt, M Ayasse, K Valenta
Ecology and evolution 10 (20), 11399-11407, 2020
Fruit Selectivity in Anthropoid Primates: Size Matters
K Valenta, DJ Daegling, O Nevo, J Ledogar, D Sarkar, U Kalbitzer, ...
International Journal of Primatology 41, 525–537, 2020
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