Symposium: Chemical Ecology of Belowground Plant-Herbivore Interactions
Chemical ecology of belowground plant-herbivore interactions is a recent field of research that quickly shed light on the underestimated impact of root herbivory on (agro)ecosystem diversity and functioning (Hunter 2001). One of the latest review on the topic (Johnson et al 2016) illustrates the relevance and importance of the topic, as it reached the top 1% of the academic field of Plant & Animal Science within 2 years (WebOfScience). A symposium at the ICE would allow to gather the knowledge of the experts in the field to efficiently coordinate an agenda of research.
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