Insect herbivory (Choristoneura fumiferana, Tortricidea) underlies tree population structure (Picea glauca, Pinaceae)

@inproceedings{Parent2017InsectH,
  title={Insect herbivory (Choristoneura fumiferana, Tortricidea) underlies tree population structure (Picea glauca, Pinaceae)},
  author={Genevi{\`e}ve J Parent and Isabelle Gigu{\`e}re and Gaby Germanos and Mebarek Lamara and {\'E}ric Bauce and John J. Mackay},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2017}
}
Variation in insect herbivory can lead to population structure in plant hosts as indicated by defence traits. In annual herbaceous, defence traits may vary between geographic areas but evidence of such patterns is lacking for long-lived species. This may result from the variety of selection pressures from herbivores, long distance gene flow, genome properties, and lack of research. We investigated the antagonistic interaction between white spruce (Picea glauca) and spruce budworm (SBW… CONTINUE READING

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