Induced resistance to pests and pathogens in trees.

  title={Induced resistance to pests and pathogens in trees.},
  author={Alieta Eyles and Pierluigi Bonello and Rebecca J. Ganley and Caroline Mohammed},
  journal={The New phytologist},
  volume={185 4},
Tree resistance can be enhanced by a variety of biotic and abiotic inducers, including nonpathogenic and pathogenic microbes, and herbivores, resulting in enhanced protection against further biotic injury. Induced resistance (IR) could be a valuable tool in sustainable pest management. IR has been actively studied in herbaceous plant species, and, in recent years, in woody plant species, and is fast emerging as an intriguing, eco-friendly concept for enhancing tree resistance. However, before… CONTINUE READING

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