RESPONSES OF AN INSECT FOLIVORE AND ITS PARASITOIDS TO MULTIYEAR EXPERIMENTAL DEFOLIATION OF ASPEN

@inproceedings{Parry2003RESPONSESOA,
  title={RESPONSES OF AN INSECT FOLIVORE AND ITS PARASITOIDS TO MULTIYEAR EXPERIMENTAL DEFOLIATION OF ASPEN},
  author={Dylan Wyn Parry and Daniel A. Herms and William Jr. Mattson},
  year={2003}
}
Foliage quality may decline in deciduous trees following defoliation, thus affecting the insect generation responsible for the herbivory (rapid induced resistance, RIR), or future generations (delayed induced resistance, DIR). During outbreaks, trees often suffer partial or complete defoliation for two or more successive years, yet most studies have examined induced resistance following only one season of defoliation, which may not reveal its full impact on herbivores. In a field experiment, 40… CONTINUE READING

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