Indirect effects of insect herbivory on leaf gas exchange in soybean

@inproceedings{Aldea2005IndirectEO,
  title={Indirect effects of insect herbivory on leaf gas exchange in soybean},
  author={Mihai Aldea and Jason G. Hamilton and Joseph P. Resti and Arthur R. Zangerl and May R Berenbaum and EVAN and H. D.F.F. and Lucia},
  year={2005}
}
Herbivory can affect plant carbon gain directly by removing photosynthetic leaf tissue and indirectly by inducing the production of costly defensive compounds or disrupting the movement of water and nutrients. The indirect effects of herbivory on carbon and water fluxes of soybean leaves were investigated using gas exchange, chlorophyll fluorescence and thermal imaging. Herbivory by Popillia japonica and Helicoverpa zea (Boddie) caused a 20–90% increase in transpiration from soybean leaflets… CONTINUE READING
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