volume 166, issue 5, P319-343 2018
DOI: 10.1111/eea.12679
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David Giron, Géraldine Dubreuil, Alison Bennett, Franck Dedeine, Marcel Dicke, Lee A. Dyer, Matthias Erb, Marion O. Harris, Elisabeth Huguet, Isgouhi Kaloshian, Atsushi Kawakita, Carlos Lopez-Vaamonde, Todd M. Palmer, Theodora Petanidou et al.

Abstract: There is tremendous diversity of interactions between plants and other species. These relationships range from antagonism to mutualism. Interactions of plants with members of their ecological community can lead to a profound metabolic reconfiguration of the plants' physiology. This reconfiguration can favour beneficial organisms and deter antagonists like pathogens or herbivores. Determining the cellular and molecular dialogue between plants, microbes, and insects, and its ecological and evolutionary implicat…

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