Oak gall wasp infections of Quercus robur leaves lead to profound modifications in foliage photosynthetic and volatile emission characteristics.

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Oak trees (Quercus) are hosts of diverse gall-inducing parasites, but the effects of gall formation on the physiology and biochemistry on host oak leaves is poorly understood. The influence of infection by four species from two widespread gall wasp genera, Neuroterus (N. anthracinus and N. albipes) and Cynips (C. divisa and C. quercusfolii), on foliage… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/pce.13050

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@article{Jiang2018OakGW, title={Oak gall wasp infections of Quercus robur leaves lead to profound modifications in foliage photosynthetic and volatile emission characteristics.}, author={Yifan Jiang and Linda-Liisa Veromann-J{\"u}rgenson and Jiayan Ye and {\"U}lo Niinemets}, journal={Plant, cell & environment}, year={2018}, volume={41 1}, pages={160-175} }