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Chemical Cues from Entomopathogenic Nematodes Vary Across Three Species with Different Foraging Strategies, Triggering Different Behavioral Responses in Prey and Competitors.
Asymmetry in Herbivore Effector Responses: Caterpillar Frass Effectors Reduce Performance of a Subsequent Herbivore.
Terpenes May Serve as Feeding Deterrents and Foraging Cues for Mammalian Herbivores.
Plant Bio-Wars: Maize Protein Networks Reveal Tissue-Specific Defense Strategies in Response to a Root Herbivore.
Spatio-Temporal, Genotypic, and Environmental Effects on Plant Soluble Protein and Digestible Carbohydrate Content: Implications for Insect Herbivores with Cotton as an Exemplar.
Maize Plants Recognize Herbivore-Associated Cues from Caterpillar Frass.
Phytohormone Dynamics Associated with Gall Insects, and their Potential Role in the Evolution of the Gall-Inducing Habit.
Microbial Volatile Emissions as Insect Semiochemicals.
Microbial Symbionts Shape the Sterol Profile of the Xylem-Feeding Woodwasp, Sirex noctilio.
No Major Role for Binding by Salivary Proteins as a Defense Against Dietary Tannins in Mediterranean Goats.
Same Host-Plant, Different Sterols: Variation in Sterol Metabolism in an Insect Herbivore Community.
Individual Variation in 3-Methylbutanal: A Putative Link between Human Leukocyte Antigen and Skin Microflora.
Humic Acid Interferes with Species Recognition in Zebrafish (Danio rerio).
Molecular Cloning and in Situ Expression Patterns of Two New Pheromone-Binding Proteins from the Corn Stemborer Sesamia nonagrioides.
Effectiveness of Metal–Metal and Metal–Organic Compound Combinations Against Plutella xylostella: Implications for Plant Elemental Defense.
Extending the Elemental Defense Hypothesis: Dietary Metal Concentrations Below Hyperaccumulator Levels Could Harm Herbivores.
INSECT OLFACTORY RECEPTORS: CONTRIBUTIONS OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY TO CHEMICAL ECOLOGY.
Cyclic changes in volatile constituents of bovine vaginal secretions.
Potential aversive compounds in leafy spurge for ruminants and rats.
Ruminal metabolism of leafy spurge in sheep and goats: A potential explanation for differential foraging on spurge by sheep, goats, and cattle.
Impact of UV radiation on activity of linear furanocoumarins andBacillus thuringiensis var.Kurstaki againstSpodoptera exigua: Implications for tritrophic interactions.
Analysis of gular and paracloacal gland secretions of the american alligator (Alligator mississippiensis) by thin-layer chromatography Gland, sex, and individual differences in lipid components.
Introduction to bacterial motility and chemotaxis.