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*  Myrosinase
The potent glucosinolate hydrolysis products (GHPs) could be sprayed onto crops to deter herbivory. Another option would be to ... Epithiospecifier Protein Promotes the Hydrolysis of Glucosinolates to Nitriles and Influences Trichoplusia ni Herbivory". The ...
*  Lepidosaur herbivory
Recurrent evolution of herbivory in small, cold-climate lizards: Breaking the ecophysiological rules of reptilian herbivory. ... In this group alone, herbivory and omnivory developed at least nine times. Herbivory is well developed in the Iguanidae, a ... the Agamidae evolved herbivory twice, in the genera Hydrosaurus and Uromastyx. Herbivory is rare in species outside the Iguania ... Within the liolaemids, herbivory has evolved at least eight times (though it is estimated to have evolved upwards of 18 times ...
*  Browsing (herbivory)
Browsing is a type of herbivory in which a herbivore (or, more narrowly defined, a folivore) feeds on leaves, soft shoots, or ... Changes in plant communities in response to herbivory reflect the differential palatability of plants to the overabundant ...
*  Plant defense against herbivory
Herbivory first evolved due to marine organisms within ancient lakes and oceans. Within under 20 million years of the first ... Plant defense against herbivory or host-plant resistance (HPR) describes a range of adaptations evolved by plants which improve ... Our understanding of herbivory in geological time comes from three sources: fossilized plants, which may preserve evidence of ... Long thought to be a Mesozoic phenomenon, evidence for herbivory is found almost as soon as fossils which could show it. As ...
*  Plant tolerance to herbivory
Using simulated herbivory allows for the control of environmental variables, but replicating natural herbivory is difficult, ... 2010). Inducible plant defenses against herbivory Plant defense against herbivory Plant perception (physiology) Agrawal, A.A. ( ... the resource affected by herbivory and how the acquisition of resources is affected by herbivory (Wise and Abrahamson 2005). ... Herbivory can have large effects on the succession and diversity of plants communities (Anderson and Briske 1995; Stowe et al. ...
*  Inducible plant defenses against herbivory
Plant defense against herbivory Plant tolerance to herbivory Plant defense Karban R, Baldwin IT. Induced responses to herbivory ... Underground herbivory and the costs of constitutive defense in tobacco. Acta Oecol-Int J Ecol. 2007;31:210-5. Milewski, A.V., T ... For instance, herbivory on the broadleaf dock (Rumex obtusifolius) by the green dock beetle (Gastrophysa viridula) induces an ... Induced responses to herbivory in wild radish: effects on several herbivores and plant fitness. Ecology. 1999;80:1713-23. ...
*  Plant ecology
6. Herbivory. Archibold, O.W. (1995). "Ecology of World Vegetation". Chapman and Hall, London. Missing or empty ,url= (help) ... A large number of plant traits, from thorns to chemical defenses, can be related to the intensity of herbivory. Large ... 2005). Plant Ecology - (Section 1.10.1: Herbivory). Springer. Retrieved April 24, 2012. ISBN 3-540-20833-X Keddy, P.A., Wetland ... herbivory or interspecific competition. Whether a plant species is present at a local area depends on the processes of ...
*  Mouth
King, Gillian (1996). Reptiles and Herbivory. Chapman & Hall. ISBN 0412461102. Behler, John L.; King, F. Wayne (1979). The ...
*  List of abnormal behaviours in animals
Herbivory in carnivorous animals; eating plant material by an animal that is considered to usually be meat-eating. Infanticide ...
*  Viola flettii
Potential threats include herbivory by Oreamnos americanus (mountain goats) that were introduced into the Olympic Mountains in ... Schreiner, E. G.; Gracz, M. B.; Kaye, T. N.; Woodward, A.; Buckingham, N. M. (12 Dec 2007). "12: Mountain Goat Herbivory". In ...
*  Bibliography of ecology
Stevens, A. (2010). "Predation, herbivory, and parasitism". Nature Education Knowledge. 1 (8): 38. Brand, F. S.; Jax, K. (2007 ...
*  Kalanchoe beharensis
"Mechanical Defences to Herbivory." Annals of Botany 86 (2000): 913-920. Cooper SM, Owen-Smith N. "Effects of plant spinescence ...
*  Food web
There are different kinds of feeding relations that can be roughly divided into herbivory, carnivory, scavenging and parasitism ... Schmitz, O. J. (2008). "Herbivory from individuals to ecosystems". Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics. 39: ...
*  Eremophila margarethae
Richmond, Guy (February 1995). "Herbivory of Eremophila R. Br. (Myoporaceae) by Pulvinaria dodonaeae Maskell (Hemiptera: ...
*  Innate immune system
see: plant defense against herbivory). Like invertebrates, plants neither generate antibody or T-cell responses nor possess ...
*  Liatris ohlingerae
Herbivory often impacts the plant. Its flower production is reduced as the plants are "topped" by browsing vertebrates, ...
*  EpichloĆ«
Zhang, DX, Nagabhyru, P, Schardl CL (2009). "Regulation of a chemical defense against herbivory produced by symbiotic fungi in ... Kohn S, Hik DS (2007). "Herbivory mediates grass-endophyte relationships". Ecology. 88 (11): 2752-2757. doi:10.1890/06-1958.1. ... whereas others indicate a complex interplay between plant species and fungal symbionts in response to herbivory or ... synthetase from a mutualistic fungal endophyte of perennial ryegrass confers protection to the symbiotum from insect herbivory ...
*  Phenols
In some cases of natural phenols, they are present in vegetative foliage to discourage herbivory, such as in the case of ... Anthocyanins and the protection of young leaves of Quercus coccifera from insect herbivory and excess light". Tree Physiology. ... Induced Plant Resistance to Herbivory. p. 147. doi:10.1007/978-1-4020-8182-8_7. ISBN 978-1-4020-8181-1. Nakai, S. (2000). " ...
*  Plant use of endophytic fungi in defense
Levels of herbivory may also increase as temperature and carbon dioxide concentrations rise. However, should plants remain ... The genetic basis of response to herbivory is being explored in tall fescue, where it appears the production of jasmonic acid ... The change in chemical composition acts to deter herbivory by insects, grazing by ungulates and/or oviposition by adult insects ... Currano, E.D.; Wilf, P.; Wing, S.L.; Labandeira, C.C.; Lovelock, E.; Royer, D. (2008). "Sharply increased insect herbivory ...
*  Reptile
King, Gillian (1996). Reptiles and herbivory (1 ed.). London: Chapman & Hall. ISBN 978-0-412-46110-1. Cerda, Ignacio A. (1 June ... They acquired new feeding strategies including herbivory and carnivory, previously only having been insectivores and piscivores ...
*  Systemin
Upon herbivory, systemin was down-regulated in black nightshade in contrast to the other peptides which are up-regulated after ... Plants grown under UVB light are more resistant to insect herbivory compared with plants grown under filters that exclude the ... Silencing systemin did not affect the ability of black nightshade to resist herbivory and, when competing against normal plants ... Schmidt S, Baldwin IT (March 2009). "Down-regulation of systemin after herbivory is associated with increased root allocation ...
*  Diplodocus
Evolution of Herbivory in Terrestrial Vertebrates. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-521-59449-9. Stevens, K.A.; Parrish, J.M ...
*  Brown bear
Rode, K. D., Robbins, C. T., & Shipley, L. A. (2001). "Constraints on herbivory by grizzly bears". Oecologia. 128: 62. doi: ...
*  Anti-predator adaptation
Plant defense against herbivory Zintzen, Vincent; Roberts, Clive D.; Anderson, Marti J.; Stewart, Andrew L.; Struthers, Carl D ...
*  Diadectidae
Although several other groups of early tetrapods independently acquired herbivory, diadectids were the only Carboniferous ... Modesto, S.P. (1992). "Did herbivory foster early amniote diversification?". Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 12 (Supplement ...