Glucosinolates on the leaf surface perceived by insect herbivores: review of ambiguous results and new investigations

Abstract

Herbivorous insects identify their host plants either by structural features, chemical cues, or a combination. Some insects probe the host leaf prior feeding or oviposition, other species use olfactorial cues or compounds somewhere on the surface. Insects attacking Brassicaceae are no exception, some are attracted and stimulated by volatile isothiocyanates… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11101-008-9108-2

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