Phytophagous Arthropods and a Pathogen Sharing a Host Plant: Evidence for Indirect Plant-Mediated Interactions

@inproceedings{Mouttet2011PhytophagousAA,
  title={Phytophagous Arthropods and a Pathogen Sharing a Host Plant: Evidence for Indirect Plant-Mediated Interactions},
  author={Rapha{\"e}lle Mouttet and Philippe B{\'e}arez and Cecile V Thomas and Nicolas Desneux},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2011}
}
In ecological systems, indirect interactions between plant pathogens and phytophagous arthropods can arise when infestation by a first attacker alters the common host plant so that although a second attacker could be spatially or temporally separated from the first one, the former could be affected. The induction of plant defense reactions leading to the production of secondary metabolites is thought to have an important role since it involves antagonistic and/or synergistic cross-talks that… CONTINUE READING

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