Daniel Maag

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Plants have evolved an astonishing array of survival strategies. To defend against insects, for example, damaged plants emit volatile organic compounds that attract the herbivore’s natural enemies. So far, plant volatile responses have been studied extensively in conjunction with leaf chewing and sap sucking insects, yet little is known about the(More)
Several species of the fungus Trichoderma can promote plant health and are widely used as commercial biopesticides. Beneficial effects of this fungus are attributed to various mechanisms such as mycoparasitism, plant-growth promotion, increased stress tolerance and elicitation of induced systemic resistance against pathogens via jasmonic(More)
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