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PHYTOCHEMICAL RESPONSES TO HERBIVORE ATTACK.
A Phytocentric Perspective of Phytochemical Induction by Herbivores (J. Coleman & C. Jones).
Long-Term and Short-Term Induction in Quaking Aspen: Related Phenomena?
(T. Clausen, et al.).
Biochemical Aspects and Significance of the Rapidly Induced Accumulation of Phenolics in Birch Foliage (S. Hartley & J. Lawton).
IMPACT OF INDUCIBLE PHYTOCHEMICALS ON HERBIVORE FITNESS, BEHAVIOR, POPULATION DYNAMICS, AND COMMUNITIES.
Squash Beetles, Cucumber Beetles, and Inducible Cucurbit Responses (D. Tallamy & E. McCloud).
The Impact of Inducible Phytochemicals on Food Selection by Insect Herbivores and Its Consequences for the Distribution of Grazing Damage (P. Edwards, et al.).
Induced Defensive Reactions in Conifer-Bark Beetle Systems (K. Raffa).
Variable Induced Responses: Direct and Indirect Effects on Oak Folivores (S. Faeth).
AGRICULTURAL IMPLICATIONS OF INDUCIBLE PHYTOCHEMICALS.
Inducible Defenses in Soybean Against Herbivorous Insects (M. Kogan & D. Fischer).
Inducible Resistance in Agricultural Systems (R. Karban).