Reiterative and interruptive signaling in induced plant resistance to chewing insects.

  title={Reiterative and interruptive signaling in induced plant resistance to chewing insects.},
  author={Jinwon Kim and H{\'e}l{\`e}ne Quaghebeur and Gary W Felton},
  volume={72 13},
Our understanding of induced resistance against herbivores has grown immeasurably during the last several decades. Based upon the emerging literature, we argue that induced resistance represents a continuum of phenotypes that is determined by the plant's ability to integrate multiple suites of signals of plant and herbivore origin. We present a model that illustrates the range of signals arising from early detection through herbivore feeding, and then through subsequent plant generations. 

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