2012
DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2745.2012.01958.x
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Abstract: Summary1. Ecological and physiological costs of resistance to herbivory are core concepts in the study of plant-insect interactions, but identifying them remains challenging. These costs are most obvious when trade-offs in resource allocation occur between different growth and resistance traits. 2. We used plant genotypes collected from long-term herbivore exclusion plots and from plots with natural herbivory. We evaluated putative trade-offs between resistance to two different herbivore species (the larvae o… Show more

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