Within-plant circulation of systemic elicitor of induced defence and release from roots of elicitor that affects neighbouring plants

@inproceedings{Dicke2001WithinplantCO,
  title={Within-plant circulation of systemic elicitor of induced defence and release from roots of elicitor that affects neighbouring plants},
  author={Marcel Dicke and Herman Dijkman},
  year={2001}
}
Herbivory on the above-ground plant parts can induce the production of volatiles that attract carnivorous enemies of the herbivores. These volatiles may be induced systemically in the damaged plant. In a previous study, we had shown that a systemic elicitor that induces the production of predator-attracting volatiles in lima bean plants can be collected from lima bean leaves by placing spider-mite-infested leaves with their petiole in water. However, it remained unknown to what sites this… CONTINUE READING
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