Symposium: Plant-insect-microbe interactions: are outcomes predictable?
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Plant food webs include a stunning diversity of arthropods and microorganisms, and recent studies show that plant-microbe-insect interactions may be a major force structuring plant-based communities. However, environmental factors strongly modulate such interactions, limiting our ability to predict and apply them in biocontrol. The speakers will highlight recent progress on identifying factors contributing to context-dependency in the dynamics of these interactions.
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