Elm defence against herbivores and pathogens: morphological, chemical and molecular regulation aspects

@article{Bchel2015ElmDA,
  title={Elm defence against herbivores and pathogens: morphological, chemical and molecular regulation aspects},
  author={Kerstin B{\"u}chel and Trevor M. Fenning and Jonathan Gershenzon and Monika Hilker and Torsten Meiners},
  journal={Phytochemistry Reviews},
  year={2015},
  volume={15},
  pages={961-983}
}
Elms (Ulmus spp.) have long been appreciated for their environmental tolerance, landscape and ornamental value, and the quality of their wood. Although elm trees are extremely hardy against abiotic stresses such as wind and pollution, they are susceptible to attacks of biotic stressors. Over 100 phytopathogens and invertebrate pests are associated with elms: fungi, bacteria and insects like beetles and moths, and to a lesser extent aphids, mites, viruses and nematodes. While the biology of the… CONTINUE READING

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