Delayed inducible resistance against a leaf-chewing insect in four deciduous tree species

@article{Neuvonen1987DelayedIR,
  title={Delayed inducible resistance against a leaf-chewing insect in four deciduous tree species},
  author={Seppo Neuvonen and Erkki Haukioja and Anu Molarius},
  journal={Oecologia},
  year={1987},
  volume={74},
  pages={363-369}
}
Both mechanical damage to mountain birch foliage and rearing of moth larvae on the trees reduced the growth of Epirrita autumnata larvae reared on these trees in the following year. The effects of physical damage and some other cues from insects were additive. On bird cherry the performance of Epirrita larvae was equal on untreated trees and on trees artificially defoliated in the previous year, but larval growth was reduced on previously insect-damaged branches. With mountain ash just physical… CONTINUE READING

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