Plant systemic induced responses mediate interactions between root parasitic nematodes and aboveground herbivorous insects

@inproceedings{Wondafrash2013PlantSI,
  title={Plant systemic induced responses mediate interactions between root parasitic nematodes and aboveground herbivorous insects},
  author={Mesfin Wondafrash and Nicole M van Dam and Tom O. G. Tytgat},
  booktitle={Front. Plant Sci.},
  year={2013}
}
Insects and nematodes are the most diverse and abundant groups of multicellular animals feeding on plants on either side of the soil-air interface. Several herbivore-induced responses are systemic, and hence can influence the preference and performance of organisms in other plant organs. Recent studies show that plants mediate interactions between belowground plant parasitic nematodes (PPNs) and aboveground herbivorous insects. Based on the knowledge of plant responses to pathogens, we review… CONTINUE READING

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