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Cahenzli Fabian

Arbeitsgebiete

  • Gruppe Entomologie & Agrarökologie
  • Lösungen für entomologische Herausforderungen in diversen Kulturen
  • Agrarökologie
  • Biodiversität
  • Funktionelle Agrobiodiversität

Ausbildung / beruflicher Werdegang

  • Seit 2015 Projektleiter am FiBL, Frick
  • 2013 - 2015 Forschung und Entwicklung biologischer Pflanzenschutzmittel bei Syngenta Crop Protection AG
  • 2008 - 2012 Doktorarbeit an der Universität Basel
  • 2006 - 2008 Masterarbeit an der Universität Basel
  • 2003 - 2006 Bachelor Studium Biologie an der Universität Base

Gremienarbeit / weitere Aktivitäten

  • Tagfalterschutz Baselland (Pro Natura)

Publikationen

Publikationen in der Datenbank Organic Eprints

Nicht in der Datenbank Organic Eprints erfasste Publikationen:

  • Schenker, A., Cahenzli, F., Gutbrod, K. G., Thevenot, M. & Erhardt, A. (2019) The Northern Bald Ibis Geronticus eremita in Morocco since 1900: Analysis of ecological requirements. Bird Conservation International
  • Cahenzli, F., Sigsgaard, L., Daniel, C., Herz, A., Jamar, L., Kelderer, M., Kramer Jacobsen, S., Kruczyńska, S., Matray, S., Porcel, M., Małgorzata Sekrecka, M., Świergiel, W., Tasin, M., Telfser, J. & Pfiffner, L. (2019): Perennial flower strips for pest control in organic apple orchards-A pan-European study. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment (278) 43-53.
  • Pfiffner, L., Cahenzli, F., Steinemann, B., Jamar, L., Bjørn, M.C., Porcel, M., Tasin, M., Telfser, J., Kelderer, M., Lisek, J. & Sigsgaard, L. (2019): Design, implementation and management of perennial flower strips to promote functional agrobiodiversity in organic apple orchards: a pan-European study. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment (278) 61–71.
  • Cahenzli, F., Bonetti, C. & Erhardt, A. (2018): Divergent strategies in pre- and postzygotic reproductive isolation between two closely related Dianthus species. Evolution (9) 1851-1862.
  • Cahenzli, F., Bühlmann, I., Daniel, C. & Fahrentrapp, J. (2018). The distance between forests and crops affects the abundance of Drosophila suzukii during fruit ripening, but not during harvest. Environmental Entomology (47) 1274-1279.
  • Cahenzli, F., Strack, T. & Daniel, C. (2018): Screening of 25 different natural crop protection products against Drosophila suzukii. Journal of Applied Entomology (142), 563-577.
  • Cahenzli, F., Pfiffner, L. & Daniel, C. (2017): Reduced crop damage by self-regulation of aphids in an ecologically enriched, insecticide-free apple orchard. Agronomy for Sustainable Development (2017) 37:65.
  • Cahenzli, F., Wenk, B. A. & Erhardt, A. (2015): Female butterflies adapt and allocate their progeny to the host plant quality of their own larval experience. Ecology 96 (7), 1966-1973.
  • Cahenzli, F. & Erhardt, A. (2013): Transgenerational acclimatization in an herbivore-host plant relationship. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 280: 1756 20122856.
  • Cahenzli, F. & Erhardt, A. (2013): Nectar amino acids enhance reproduction in male butterflies. Oecologia, 171: 197-205.
  • Cahenzli, F. & Erhardt, A. (2012): Enhancing offspring quality or quantity? Different ways for using nectar amino acids in female butterflies. Oecologia, 169: 1005-1014.
  • Cahenzli, F. & Erhardt, A. (2012): Nectar sugars enhance fitness in male Coenonympha pamphilus butterflies by increasing longevity or realized reproduction. Oikos, 121: 1417-1423.
  • Cahenzli, F. & Erhardt, A. (2012): Host plant defence in the larval stage affects feeding behaviour in adult butterflies. Animal Behaviour, 84: 995-1000.