Corrigendum

@article{Avramenko2007Corrigendum,
  title={Corrigendum},
  author={M. Avramenko},
  journal={Insect Science},
  year={2007},
  volume={14}
}
Ecology and Evolution of Gall-Inducing Arthropods: The Pattern From the Terrestrial Fossil Record
Insect and mite galls on land plants have a spotty but periodically rich and abundant fossil record of damage types (DTs), ichnotaxa, and informally described gall morphotypes. The earliest gall isExpand
Effects of soil abiotic factors and plant chemical defences on seed predation on sea fennel (Crithmum maritimum)
TLDR
Variation in a few key soil macro- and micro-elements in coastal environments can exert an important influence on seed chemical defences in sea fennel, with potential consequences for interactions between seafennel and seed predators. Expand
A conceptual framework of evolutionary novelty and innovation
  • D. Erwin
  • Geography, Medicine
  • Biological reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society
  • 2020
TLDR
Evidence from the fossil record of macroevolutionary lags between the origin of a novelty and its ecological success demonstrates that novelty may be decoupled from innovation, and only definitions of novelty based on radicality can be assessed without reference to the subsequent history of the clade to which a novelty belongs. Expand
Herbivory and its effect on Phanerozoic oxygen concentrations
  • T. Laakso, J.V. Strauss, K.J. Peterson
  • Geology
  • 2020
The appearance of terrestrial land plants is thought to have accompanied an increase in atmospheric oxygen levels, producing the highest O2 concentrations estimated from the geological record, andExpand
Oil Body Formation in Marchantia polymorpha Is Controlled by MpC1HDZ and Serves as a Defense against Arthropod Herbivores
TLDR
It is shown that a class I homeodomain leucine-zipper (C1HDZ) transcription factor controls the differentiation of oil body cells in two different ecotypes of the liverwort M. polymorpha, a model genetic system for early divergent land plants. Expand
Oil body formation in Marchantia polymorpha is controlled by MpC1HDZ and serves as a defense against arthropod herbivores
TLDR
It is shown that a CLASS I HOMEODOMAIN LEUCINE-ZIPPER (C1HDZ) transcription factor controls the differentiation of oil body cells in two different ecotypes of the liverwort M. polymorpha, a model genetic system for early divergent land plants and co-opted to regulate separate responses to biotic and abiotic stressors in two distinct land plant lineages. Expand
Silicon and Plant–Animal Interactions: Towards an Evolutionary Framework
TLDR
A superdisciplinary evolutionary framework connecting the role of Si in plant–herbivore interactions, in global processes, and in plant and herbivore evolution is needed to bring a more complete understanding of one of the most exciting and elusive phenomena in plant biology and ecology. Expand
The origin of tetrapod herbivory: effects on local plant diversity
TLDR
It is demonstrated that the establishment of widespread vertebrate herbivory has structured plant communities since the late Palaeozoic, as expected from examination of modern ecosystems, and illustrates the potential for fossil datasets in testing palaeoecological hypotheses. Expand

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