publication . Article . 2002

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

Poecke, van, M.P.; Dicke, M.;
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  • Published: 01 Aug 2002
  • Country: Netherlands
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 herbivores, for example, parasitoid wasps. Here, it is shown that the octadecanoid and the salicylic acid pathways are involved in the induced attraction of the parasitoid wasp Cotesia rubecula by Arabidopsis thaliana infested with the herbivore Pieris rapae. Besides exogenous application of jasmonic acid or salicylic acid, use is also made of transgenic Arabidopsis that do not show induced jasmoni...
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free text keywords: Laboratorium voor Entomologie, EPS, Laboratory of Entomology, Jasmonic acid, chemistry.chemical_compound, chemistry, Biology, Botany, Arabidopsis, biology.organism_classification, Pieris rapae, Biochemistry, Braconidae, Octadecanoid pathway, Metabolic pathway, Arabidopsis thaliana, Salicylic acid
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