Delayed induced changes in the biochemical composition of host plant leaves during an insect outbreak

@article{Kaitaniemi1998DelayedIC,
  title={Delayed induced changes in the biochemical composition of host plant leaves during an insect outbreak},
  author={Pekka Kaitaniemi and Kai Ruohom{\"a}ki and Vladimir I Ossipov and Erkki Haukioja and Kalevi Pihlaja},
  journal={Oecologia},
  year={1998},
  volume={116},
  pages={182-190}
}
In birch, Betula pubescens, herbivore-induced delayed induced resistance (DIR) of defoliated trees may cause a strong reduction in the potential fecundity of a geometrid folivore Epirrita autumnata. In this study, we examined the biochemical basis of DIR in birch leaves during a natural outbreak of E. autumnata. A set of experimental trees was defoliated at four sites by wild larvae in the peak year of the outbreak, whereas control trees were protected from defoliation by spraying with an… CONTINUE READING
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