Elevated CO2 decreases the response of the ethylene signaling pathway in Medicago truncatula and increases the abundance of the pea aphid.

@article{Guo2014ElevatedCD,
  title={Elevated CO2 decreases the response of the ethylene signaling pathway in Medicago truncatula and increases the abundance of the pea aphid.},
  author={Huijuan Guo and Yucheng Sun and Yuefei Li and Xianghui Liu and Wenhao Zhang and Feng Ge},
  journal={The New phytologist},
  year={2014},
  volume={201 1},
  pages={
          279-91
        }
}
The performance of herbivorous insects is greatly affected by plant nutritional quality and resistance, which are likely to be altered by rising concentrations of atmospheric CO2 . We previously reported that elevated CO2 enhanced biological nitrogen (N) fixation of Medicago truncatula, which could result in an increased supply of amino acids to the pea aphid (Acyrthosiphon pisum). The current study examined the N nutritional quality and aphid resistance of sickle, an ethylene-insensitive… CONTINUE READING
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