• Bookkeeping of insect herbivory trends in herbarium specimens of purple loosestrife ( Lythrum salicaria ). (ulaval.ca)
  • Dans le projet LAGRIBOT (Latitudinal Gradients In Bottom-up and Top-down drivers of insect herbivory) les scientifiques les dégâts d'insectes herbivores et l'activité des prédateurs sur la même espèce d'arbre, le chêne pédonculé, partout en Europe. (u-bordeaux.fr)
  • Second, we assessed the roles of direct induction (increased defenses in the absence of herbivory) vs. priming (increased defenses in response to herbivory), by adding a 'no herbivory' treatment consisting of plants that received the vibration playbacks and clip cages but no caterpillar feeding. (futura-sciences.com)
  • Nontarget herbivory by a weed biocontrol insect is limited to spillover, reducing the chance of population-level impacts. (gc.ca)
  • D. Scholes et K. Paige, Chromosomal plasticity: mitigating the impacts of herbivory , Ecology , vol. 92(8), pp. 1691-1698, 2011. (pourlascience.fr)
  • Herbivory a eu à la fois des impacts positifs et négatifs sur les plantes au cours de l`évolution. (pcmaxhw.com)
  • In particular it has been suggested that plant species diversity can trigger plant-insect interactions, ranging from associational resistance (higher herbivory in monocultures than in more diverse plant communities) to associational susceptibility (higher herbivory in plant mixtures). (theses.fr)
  • Mainly distributed in the neotropics, from coastal regions to elevations about 4,300 m, its 576 species have adapted to highly diverse environments and forged many strong interactions with animals (herbivory, mutualisms of pollination and protection), giving rise to a formidable species diversity through a particularly complex evolution and phylogeography. (linneenne-lyon.org)