Cyanogenic glycosides in Lotus corniculatus

@article{MarkScriber1978CyanogenicGI,
  title={Cyanogenic glycosides in Lotus corniculatus},
  author={J. Mark Scriber},
  journal={Oecologia},
  year={1978},
  volume={34},
  pages={143-155}
}
SummaryTwo genotypes (one cyanogenic and the other acyanogenic) of birds-foot trefoil, Lotus corniculatus L., were used to study the effects of cyanogenic glycosides in leaf tissues upon a polyphagous herbivore, the southern armyworm, Spodoptera eridania Cram. (Lepidoptera). No differences were observed in consumption rate, assimilation efficiency, utilization of plant biomass, or metabolic costs in terms of expended calories between larvae fed acyanogenic or cyanogenic leaves. Similarly no… 

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