Medicago truncatula Oleanolic-Derived Saponins Are Correlated with Caterpillar Deterrence

@article{Cai2017MedicagoTO,
  title={Medicago truncatula Oleanolic-Derived Saponins Are Correlated with Caterpillar Deterrence},
  author={Fanping Cai and Bonnie Watson and David J J Meek and David V. Huhman and Daniel J Wherritt and C{\'e}cile Ben and Laurent Gentzbittel and Brian T. Driscoll and Lloyd W. Sumner and Jacqueline C Bede},
  journal={Journal of Chemical Ecology},
  year={2017},
  volume={43},
  pages={712-724}
}
Plant resistance mechanisms to insect herbivory can potentially be bred into crops as an important strategy for integrated pest management. Medicago truncatula ecotypes inoculated with the rhizobium Ensifer medicae (Sinorhizobium medica) WSM419 were screened for resistance to herbivory by caterpillars of the beet armyworm, Spodoptera exigua, through leaf and whole plant choice studies; TN1.11 and F83005.5 are identified as the least and most deterrent ecotypes, respectively. In response to… CONTINUE READING
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