Can aphid-induced plant signals be transmitted aerially and through the rhizosphere?

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Chamberlain, K., Guerrieri, E., Pennacchio, F., Pettersson, J., Pickett, J. A., Poppy, G. M., Powell, W., Wadhams, L. J. and Woodcock, C. M. 2001. Can aphid-induced plant signals be transmitted aerially and through the rhizosphere? Biochemical Systematics And Ecology. 29, pp. 1063-1074.

AuthorsChamberlain, K., Guerrieri, E., Pennacchio, F., Pettersson, J., Pickett, J. A., Poppy, G. M., Powell, W., Wadhams, L. J. and Woodcock, C. M.
Year of Publication2001
JournalBiochemical Systematics And Ecology
Journal citation29, pp. 1063-1074
Open accessPublished as non-open access
Funder project or code437
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Insect chemical ecology: identification and production of chemical signals (semiochemicals)
Insect chemical ecology: understanding the roles and underlying mechanisms of chemical signals (semiochemicals)
Identification of semiochemicals of insect pests with potential for minimising use of pesticides in UK crops
Field studies: semiochemicals and pest/natural enemy dynamics
ISSN0305-1978
Publisher

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