2019 Publications

2019 Statistics

Number of Peer-Reviewed Papers: 16
Accumulated Impact Factor: 68.784
Average Impact Factor: 4.299


Anstett, D.; Cheval, I.; D’Souza, C.; Salminen, J.-P.; Johnson, M. 2019. Ellagitannins from the Onagraceae decrease the performance of generalist and specialist herbivores. Journal of Chemical Ecology 45(1):86-94. Journal IF 2017: 2.419. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10886-018-1038-x

Engström, M.T.,; Arvola, J.; Nenonen, S.; Virtanen, V.T.J.; Leppä, M.M.; Tähtinen, P.; Salminen, J.-P. 2019. Structural Features of Hydrolyzable Tannins Determine Their Ability to Form Insoluble Complexes with Bovine Serum Albumin. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 2019 67(24)6798-6808. Journal IF 2017: 3.412. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.jafc.9b02188

Furlan, C.M.; Anselmo-Moreira, F.; Teixeira-Costa, L.; Ceccantini, G.; Salminen, J.-P. 2019. Does Phoradendron perrottetii (mistletoe) alter polyphenols levels of Tapirira guianensis (host plant)? Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 136: 222-229. Journal IF 2017: 2.718. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.plaphy.2019.01.025

Glader, O.; Puljula, E.; Jokioja, J.; Karonen, M.; Sinkkonen, J.; Hytönen, J. 2019. NMR metabolome of Borrelia burgdorferi in vitro and in vivo in mice. Scientific Reports (9) Article number: 8049.  Journal IF 2017: 4.122. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-019-44540-5

Gripenberg, S.; Basset, Y.; Lewis, O.T.; Terry, J.D.T.; Wright, S.J.; Simón, I.; Fernández, D.C.; Cedeño-Sanchez, M. ; Rivera, M.; Barrios, H.; Brown, J.W.; Calderón, O.; Cognato, A.I.; Kim, J.; Miller, S.E.; Morse, G.E.; Pinzón-Navarro, S.; Quicke, D.L.J.; Robbins, R.K.; Salminen, J.-P.; Vesterinen, E. 2019. A highly-resolved food web for insect seed predators in a species-rich tropical forest. Ecology Letters (accepted). Journal IF 2017: 8.699.

Huawei, J.; Ossipov, V.; Baoming, D.; Jiahao, W.; Hongmei, D.; Chunjiang, L. 2019. Differences in the relationship between metabolomic and ionomic traits of Quercus variabilis growing at contrasting geologic-phosphorus sites in subtropics. Plant and Soil (accepted). Journal IF 2017: 3.306.

Karonen, M.; Oraviita, M.; Mueller-Harvey, I.; Salminen, J.-P.; Green, R. J. 2019. Ellagitannins with glucopyranose cores have higher affinities to proteins than acyclic ellagitannins by isothermal titration calorimetry. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (accepted) https://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/acs.jafc.9b04353 Journal IF 2017: 3.412.

Kagiya, N.; Reinsch, T.; Taube, F.; Salminen, J.-P.; Kluß, C.; Hasler, M.; Malisch, C.S. 2019. Turnover rates of roots vary considerably across temperate forage species. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 139:107614. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.soilbio.2019.107614 Journal IF 2017 5.29.

Laitila, J.E.; Suvanto, J.; Salminen, J.-P. 2019. Liquid chromatography–tandem mass spectrometry reveals detailedchromatographicfingerprints of anthocyanins and anthocyanin adducts inred wine. Food Chemistry (available free online at https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1Z1VN16Ds1hsx9). Journal IF 2017: 4.946.

Marsh, K., Wallis, I., Kulheim, C., Clark, R., Nicolle, D., Foley, W., Salminen, J.-P. 2019. New approaches to tannin analysis of leaves can be used to explain in vitro biological activities associated with herbivore defence. New Phytologist (available online). Journal IF 2017: 7.433 https://doi.org/10.1111/nph.16117

Mueller-Harvey, I.; Bee, G.; Dohme-Meier, F.; Hoste, H.; Karonen, M.; Kölliker, R.; Lüscher, A.; Niderkorn, V.; Pellikaan, W.; Salminen, J.-P.; Skøt, L.; Smith, L.; Thamsborg, S.; Totterdell, P.; Wilkinson, I.; Williams, A.; Azuhnwi, B.; Baert, N.; Grosse Brinkhaus, A.; Copani, G.; Desrues, O.; Drake, C.; Engström, M.; Fryganas, C.; Girard, M.; Huyen, N.; Kempf, K.; Malisch, C.; Mora-Ortiz, M.; Quijada, J.; Ramsay, A.; Ropiak, H.; Waghorn, G. 2019. Benefits of condensed tannins in forage legumes fed to ruminants: importance of structure, concentration and diet composition. Crop Science 59:861-885. Journal IF 2017: 1.635.

Muiruri, E.; Barantal, S.;Iason, G.; Salminen, J.-P.; Perez-Fernandez, E.; Koricheva, J. 2019. Forest diversity effects on insect herbivores: do leaf traits matter? New Phytologist 221(4):2250–2260. Journal IF 2017: 7.433. https://doi.org/10.1111/nph.15558

Saha, S.; Imran, I. 2019. A sensitive lanthanide label array method for rapid
fingerprint analysis of plant polyphenols based on time-resolved luminescence. Analytical methods 11:5044. Journal impact factor 2.073.

Tienaho, J.; Karonen, M.; Muilu–Mäkelä, R.; Wähälä, K.; Denegri, E.L.; Franzén, R.; Karp, M.; Santala, V.; Sarjala, T. 2019. Metabolic profiling of water-soluble compounds from the extracts of dark septate endophytic fungi (DSE) isolated from Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) seedlings using UPLC–Orbitrap–MS. Molecules (24) 2330. Journal IF 2017: 3.098. https://doi:10.3390/molecules24122330

Visakorpi, K.; Riutta, T.; Martinez-Bauer, A.E.; Salminen, J.-P.; Gripenberg, S. 2019. Insect community structure covaries with host plant chemistry but is not affected by prior herbivory. Ecology (in press). https://doi.org/10.1002/ecy.2739 Journal IF 2017: 4.617

Volf, M.; Salminen, J.-P.; Segar, S. 2019. Evolution of defences in large tropical plant genera: perspectives for exploring insect diversity in a tri-trophic context. Current Opinion in Insect Science (accepted). Journal IF 2017: 4.171