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Linda Lehmanski

PhD student

Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Group of Dr. Henrik Hartmann

Street:Hans-Knöll-Str. 10
City:07745, Jena

My research interests include the effect of drought on tree defences and their ability to overcome insect infections. I investigate the impact of VOC emissions of spruce on host selection in bark beetles.

PhD thesis

Topic: VOC emission as cues for pioneer bark beetle host selection

Supervision: Dr. Henrik Hartmann (MPI BGC), Prof. Dr. Nicole van Dam (FSU)

Academic Career

since 2021PhD student, MPI-BGC & FSU, Jena, DE
since 2021Member of IMPRS-gBGC
2018 - 2020M. Sc. (Biological Science), University of Cologne, DE
09/2017 - 02/2018ERASMUS semester abroad, University of Sheffield, GB
2015 - 2018B. Sc. (Biowissenschaften), University of Münster, DE


Lehmanski, Linda; Kandasamy, Dineshkumar; Anderson, Martin; Netherer, Sigrid; Gomes-Alves, Eliane ; Huang, Jianbei; Hartmann, Henrik Addressing a century old hypothesis – do pioneer beetles of Ips typographus use volatile cues to find suitable host trees? Submitted to New Phytologist.
George, K. H., Lehmanski, L. M. A. & Kihara. T. C. 2020. Revision of the genus Laophontodes T. Scott (Copepoda, Harpacticoida, Ancorabolidae), including the description of a new species and a key to species. Zookeys 997:17-46.


Lehmanski, L. M. A. & Hartmann, H. 2022. Volatile emissions in spruce could act as cues for bark beetle host selection. Talk. EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria.
Lehmanski, L. M. A., Kunz, L., Gershenzon, J. & Hartmann, H. 2021. VOC emission in spruce as cause for bark beetle host selection. Talk. GFÖ virtual meeting.
Lehmanski, L. M. A., Werner, J., Scherwaß, A. & Arndt, H. 2020. Studies on microplastic consumption by ciliates. Poster. DGP meeting in Kaiserslautern, GE.
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