Consequences of insect herbivory on grape fine root systems with different growth rates.

@article{Bauerle2007ConsequencesOI,
  title={Consequences of insect herbivory on grape fine root systems with different growth rates.},
  author={Taryn L. Bauerle and David M. Eissenstat and Jeffrey R Granett and Denise M. Gardner and David R. Smart},
  journal={Plant, cell & environment},
  year={2007},
  volume={30 7},
  pages={786-95}
}
Herbivory tolerance has been linked to plant growth rate where plants with fast growth rates are hypothesized to be more tolerant of herbivory than slower-growing plants. Evidence supporting this theory has been taken primarily from observations of aboveground organs but rarely from roots. Grapevines differing in overall rates of new root production, were studied in Napa Valley, California over two growing seasons in an established vineyard infested with the sucking insect, grape phylloxera… CONTINUE READING
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