volume 167, issue 11, P950-956 2019
DOI: 10.1111/eea.12845
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Xoaquín Moreira, Araceli Romero‐Pérez, Ethel Luna‐Chaparro, Domancar Orona‐Tamayo, Elizabeth Quintana‐Rodríguez, Ricardo Reyes‐Chilpa, Luis Abdala‐Roberts, Zenon Cano‐Santana, Johnattan Hernández‐Cumplido

Abstract: Abstract Although there is a growing interest in the effects of intra‐specific plant genetic variation on species interactions, the effects of plant sex, an important axis of genetic variation, have been less studied. In addition, previous work investigating plant sex effects on species interactions has frequently focused on bitrophic interactions (e.g., herbivory), usually ignoring plant sex effects on higher trophic levels (i.e., natural enemies). Here, we investigated the effects of plant sex on herbivore …

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