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Elevated CO2 increases the abundance of the peach aphid on Arabidopsis by reducing jasmonic acid defenses.
Rising atmospheric CO2 concentrations can affect the induced defense of plants against herbivory by chewing insects, but little is known about whether elevated CO2 can change the inducible defense ofExpand
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Up-regulation of abscisic acid signaling pathway facilitates aphid xylem absorption and osmoregulation under drought stress
Highlight Aphid fecundity is curtailed in drought-stressed plants primarily via reduced water status; however, activation of ABA signaling by drought cross-talks with SA and JA signaling to reduceExpand
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Effects of elevated CO2 associated with maize on multiple generations of the cotton bollworm, Helicoverpa armigera
Under elevated environmental carbon dioxide (CO2), leaf chewers tend to compensate for decreased leaf nutritional quality with increased consumption; mortality and development times also increase andExpand
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Reduction in the Fitness of Bemisia tabaci Fed on Three Previously Infested Tomato Genotypes Differing in the Jasmonic Acid Pathway
ABSTRACT The effect of previous infestation (preconditioning) by the whitefly Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius) biotype B on the population fitness of subsequent infestations that fed on three isogenicExpand
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Elevated CO2 Influences Nematode-Induced Defense Responses of Tomato Genotypes Differing in the JA Pathway
Rising atmospheric CO2 concentrations can affect the induced defense of plants against chewing herbivores but little is known about whether elevated CO2 can change the induced defense of plantsExpand
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Elevated CO2 decreases the response of the ethylene signaling pathway in Medicago truncatula and increases the abundance of the pea aphid.
The performance of herbivorous insects is greatly affected by plant nutritional quality and resistance, which are likely to be altered by rising concentrations of atmospheric CO2 . We previouslyExpand
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No effects of elevated CO2 on the population relationship between cotton bollworm, Helicoverpa armigera Hübner (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae), and its parasitoid, Microplitis mediator Haliday (Hymenoptera:
Abstract Estimating the population consumption of an insect population under elevated CO2 is an important step in understanding the effects of elevated CO2 on herbivore–crop interactions. TwoExpand
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Elevated CO2 alters the feeding behaviour of the pea aphid by modifying the physical and chemical resistance of Medicago truncatula.
Elevated CO(2) compromises the resistance of leguminous plants against chewing insects, but little is known about whether elevated CO(2) modifies the resistance against phloem-sucking insects orExpand
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Plant stomatal closure improves aphid feeding under elevated CO2.
Stomata help plants regulate CO2 absorption and water vapor release in response to various environmental changes, and plants decrease their stomatal apertures and enhance their water status underExpand
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Elevated CO2 Modifies N Acquisition of Medicago truncatula by Enhancing N Fixation and Reducing Nitrate Uptake from Soil
The effects of elevated CO2 (750 ppm vs. 390 ppm) were evaluated on nitrogen (N) acquisition and assimilation by three Medicago truncatula genotypes, including two N-fixing-deficient mutants (dnf1-1Expand
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