Trade-offs between constitutive and induced resistance in wild crucifers shown by a natural, but not an artificial, elicitor

@article{Zhang2008TradeoffsBC,
  title={Trade-offs between constitutive and induced resistance in wild crucifers shown by a natural, but not an artificial, elicitor},
  author={P Zhang and Jin-Ping Shu and Cheng-xin Fu and Yun Zhou and Ying Hu and Myron Zalucki and Shu-Sheng Liu},
  journal={Oecologia},
  year={2008},
  volume={157},
  pages={83-92}
}
Constitutive and induced plant resistance against herbivores occurs throughout the plant kingdom, but little is known about the evolutionary relationship between these two types of resistances. We examined the relationships between constitutive and induced resistance to the diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella, in 11 wild species of crucifers, and analyzed the changes in volatiles associated with their expression in two species. We used larvae of P. xylostella and jasmonic acid (JA) as… CONTINUE READING
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