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      Population biology and epidemiology of plant virus epidemics: from tripartite to tritrophic interactions

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              Volatile signaling in plant-plant interactions: "talking trees" in the genomics era.

              Plants may "eavesdrop" on volatile organic compounds (VOCs) released by herbivore-attacked neighbors to activate defenses before being attacked themselves. Transcriptome and signal cascade analyses of VOC-exposed plants suggest that plants eavesdrop to prime direct and indirect defenses and to hone competitive abilities. Advances in research on VOC biosynthesis and perception have facilitated the production of plants that are genetically "deaf" to particular VOCs or "mute" in elements of their volatile vocabulary. Such plants, together with advances in VOC analytical instrumentation, will allow researchers to determine whether fluency enhances the fitness of plants in natural communities.
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                Journal
                European Journal of Plant Pathology
                Eur J Plant Pathol
                Springer Nature
                0929-1873
                1573-8469
                May 2012
                December 15 2011
                May 2012
                : 133
                : 1
                : 3-23
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                10.1007/s10658-011-9913-0
                1f0b8d0b-a1c8-4e14-8b5b-e8921213465d
                © 2012
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