Two invasive herbivores on a shared host: patterns and consequences of phytohormone induction

@article{Schaeffer2018TwoIH,
  title={Two invasive herbivores on a shared host: patterns and consequences of phytohormone induction},
  author={Robert N. Schaeffer and Zhou Bi Wang and Carol S. Thornber and Evan L Preisser and Colin Mark Orians},
  journal={Oecologia},
  year={2018},
  volume={186},
  pages={973-982}
}
Herbivore-induced changes in host quality mediate indirect interactions between herbivores. The nature of these indirect interactions can vary depending on the identity of herbivores involved, species-specific induction of defense-signaling pathways, and sequence of attack. However, our understanding of the role of these signaling pathways in the success of multiple exotic herbivores is less known. Eastern hemlock (Tsuga canadensis) is attacked by two invasive herbivores [elongate hemlock scale… CONTINUE READING
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