2008

Induced Plant Resistance to Herbivory

Editors:

ISBN: 978-1-4020-8181-1 (Print) 978-1-4020-8182-8 (Online)

Table of contents (21 chapters)

previous Page of 2
  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-3

  2. Basic Concepts of Plant Defense Against Insect Herbivores

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 5-5

    2. No Access

      Book Chapter

      Pages 7-29

      Direct Defenses in Plants and Their Induction by Wounding and Insect Herbivores

    3. No Access

      Book Chapter

      Pages 31-60

      Herbivore-Induced Indirect Defense: From Induction Mechanisms to Community Ecology

    4. No Access

      Book Chapter

      Pages 61-83

      Induced Defenses and the Cost-Benefit Paradigm

  3. Induced Direct Defenses

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 85-87

    2. No Access

      Book Chapter

      Pages 89-105

      Leaf Trichome Formation and Plant Resistance to Herbivory

    3. No Access

      Book Chapter

      Pages 107-129

      Resistance at the Plant Cuticle

    4. No Access

      Book Chapter

      Pages 131-146

      Wound-Periderm Formation

    5. No Access

      Book Chapter

      Pages 147-169

      Traumatic Resin Ducts and Polyphenolic Parenchyma Cells in Conifers

  4. Production of Secondary Metabolites

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 171-171

    2. No Access

      Book Chapter

      Pages 173-187

      Insect-Induced Terpenoid Defenses in Spruce

    3. No Access

      Book Chapter

      Pages 189-211

      Phenylpropanoid Metabolism Induced by Wounding and Insect Herbivory

    4. No Access

      Book Chapter

      Pages 213-231

      Defense by Pyrrolizidine Alkaloids: Developed by Plants and Recruited by Insects

  5. Anti-nutritional Enzymes and Proteins

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 233-233

    2. No Access

      Book Chapter

      Pages 235-251

      Plant Protease Inhibitors: Functional Evolution for Defense

    3. No Access

      Book Chapter

      Pages 253-270

      Defensive Roles of Polyphenol Oxidase in Plants

    4. No Access

      Book Chapter

      Pages 271-284

      Action of Plant Defensive Enzymes in the Insect Midgut

    5. No Access

      Book Chapter

      Pages 285-307

      Plant Lectins as Part of the Plant Defense System Against Insects

  6. Defense Signaling

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 309-311

    2. No Access

      Book Chapter

      Pages 313-328

      Systemins and AtPeps: Defense-Related Peptide Signals

    3. No Access

      Book Chapter

      Pages 329-347

      MAP Kinases in Plant Responses to Herbivory

    4. No Access

      Book Chapter

      Pages 349-366

      Jasmonate Biosynthesis and Signaling for Induced Plant Defense against Herbivory

  7. Signals Between Plants and Insects

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 367-367

    2. No Access

      Book Chapter

      Pages 369-387

      Caterpillar Secretions and Induced Plant Responses

    3. No Access

      Book Chapter

      Pages 389-407

      Fatty Acid-Derived Signals that Induce or Regulate Plant Defenses Against Herbivory

    4. No Access

      Book Chapter

      Pages 409-432

      Aromatic Volatiles and Their Involvement in Plant Defense

  8. Back Matter

    Pages 443-462

previous Page of 2