Development of gypsy moth larvae feeding on red maple saplings at elevated CO2 and temperature

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Predicted increases in atmospheric CO2 and global mean temperature may alter important plant-insect associations due to the direct effects of temperature on insect development and the indirect effects of elevated temperature and CO2 enrichment on phytochemicals important for insect success. We investigated the effects of CO2 and temperature on the… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00442-003-1327-z

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@article{Williams2003DevelopmentOG, title={Development of gypsy moth larvae feeding on red maple saplings at elevated CO2 and temperature}, author={Ray S. Williams and David E. Lincoln and Richard J. Norby}, journal={Oecologia}, year={2003}, volume={137}, pages={114-122} }