Induced parasitoid attraction by Arabidopsis thaliana : involvement of the octadecanoid and the salicylic acid pathway

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Poecke, van, M.P.; Dicke, M.;
(2002)
  • Subject: Laboratory of Entomology | Laboratorium voor Entomologie | EPS
    mesheuropmc: food and beverages | fungi

Plants can use indirect defence mechanisms to protect themselves against herbivorous insects. An example of such an indirect defence mechanism is the emission of volatiles by plants induced by herbivore feeding. These volatiles can attract the natural enemies of these h... View more
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