Symposium: Molecular and chemical ecology of plant resistances to insect eggs
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Its 35 years ago since the first discovery that herbivorous insect oviposition can be recognized by plants and consequently fend-off herbivores even before the attack has started. Unravelling the chemical and molecular mechanisms of such responses offers promising alternatives to pesticide use. Yet, compared to plant responses to feeding insects, the understanding and awareness of plant resistances to eggs in relatively new and undiscovered. In most conferences, research on insect eggs is relatively underrepresented and with our session we want to make entomologists more aware of them.
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