Plant compensation for arthropod herbivory

@article{Trumble1993PlantCF,
  title={Plant compensation for arthropod herbivory},
  author={J. Trumble and I. Ting},
  journal={Annual Review of Entomology},
  year={1993},
  volume={38},
  pages={93-119}
}
Plant compensation for arthropod damage is a general occurrence of considerable importance in both natural and agricultural systems. In natural systems, plant species that can tolerate or compensate (e.g. recover equivalent yield or fitness) for herbivore feeding have obvious selective advantages that lead to genotype maintenance. Scientists publishing in this area often cite an optimal strategy for enhancing fitness (90, 108). In agricultural crops, reports of plant compensation mostly are… Expand
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