Symposium: Evolution and ecology of gall-inducing arthropods and their associates
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Gall-inducing insects have remarkable ability to manipulate their host plants for their own sake. Owning to the tight relationship with their host plants, gall inducers are suitable materials to study plant-herbivore interactions. In addition, many organisms including parasitoids, predators, inquilines and successors are associated with galls and gall-inducing insects. So gall inducers are regarded as ecosystem engineers and they act as one of the key organisms in local insect communities. On the basis of these aspects, we propose this symposium to share the current knowledge of gall inducers
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