Symposium: Understanding multitrophic interactions via chemical communications for safer pest managements
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Plants communicate using herbivore induced volatiles (HIPVs). Natural enemy senses HIPVs to locate herbivores but the mechanism underlying these events has not been completely understood. Some HIPVs enhance defense weapons and attract natural enemies, while repelling others that are not involved in plant growth and proliferation. Some multitrophic interactions are modulated by microorganisms associated with plants, herbivores and natural enemies. Hence, it is critical to understand in detail how plants, herbivore and other unrelated members sense HIPVs and behave on molecular bases.
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