Update on Plant Defense Priming against Herbivores Plant Defense Priming against Herbivores : Getting Ready for a Different Battle 1

@inproceedings{Frost2008UpdateOP,
  title={Update on Plant Defense Priming against Herbivores Plant Defense Priming against Herbivores : Getting Ready for a Different Battle 1},
  author={Christopher J. Frost and Mark C Mescher and John E. Carlson and Consuelo M. De Moraes},
  year={2008}
}
Plants have evolved various strategies to defend themselves against herbivores and pathogens. Although some of these strategies are constitutive, i.e. present at all times, others are induced only in response to herbivore feeding or pathogen infection. The induction of direct and indirect plant defenses in response to herbivory and other biotic stresses is well established (Karban and Baldwin, 1997), and a wide array of studies have documented such induced defenses (Schultz and Baldwin, 1982… CONTINUE READING

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