Resource allocation shifts in response to herbivory and the consequences for tolerance in Solanum lycopersicumKorpita, Timothy M.
Herbivory is a major stress to which plants have adapted a number of strategies designed to mitigate its negative consequences. There is increasing evidence that one of these strategies, tolerance, or the ability to recover from the herbivory event, can be affected by a shift in resource allocation patterns induced by herbivory. Based on the evidence for this induced resource shift, a... read more
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