Linking plant genotype, plant defensive chemistry and mammal browsing in a Eucalyptus species

@inproceedings{OReillyWapstra2004LinkingPG,
  title={Linking plant genotype, plant defensive chemistry and mammal browsing in a Eucalyptus species},
  author={Jm O'Reilly-Wapstra and Clare McArthur and B E Potts},
  year={2004}
}
1. In the field of plant–herbivore interactions a major focus of research is the importance of herbivores as selective agents on the evolution of plant resistance. Evidence to support the role of herbivores as selective agents must demonstrate that the intraspecific variation in plant resistance, and the variation in the plant resistive trait, are under genetic control. Predominantly, research in this field has concentrated on plant–insect systems, with much less emphasis on plant–mammal… CONTINUE READING

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