2 edition of Plant-herbivore interactions in Atriplex found in the catalog.
Plant-herbivore interactions in Atriplex
AndreМЃs F. Cibils
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station in Ogden, UT (324 25th St., Ogden 84401)
Written in English
|Other titles||Plant herbivore interactions in Atriplex.|
|Statement||Andrés F. Cibils, David M. Swift, E. Durant McArthur.|
|Series||General technical report RMRS -- GTR-14.|
|Contributions||Swift, David M., McArthur, E. Durant., Rocky Mountain Research Station--Ogden.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||31 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||31|
• Background and Aims The saltbush Atriplex halimus is a chenopodiaceous plant well adapted to dry saline habitats and widely distributed in the Mediterranean Basin. A study was carried out to analyse the genetic diversity of A. halimus at the level of the Mediterranean by: Evolutionary Ecology of Plant-Herbivore Interaction Nuñez-Farfán, J. (Ed), Valverde, P. (Ed) () Plant-herbivore interactions are a central topic in evolutionary ecology.
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gradients in litter -detritivore interactions that we see in plant -herbivore interactions. Because detritivores play a basic role in mediating decomposition in many systems, a latitudinal gradient in litter palatability might lead to important differences in mechanisms of nutrient cycling between high- and low-latitude sys-tems. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary Mathematical Models of Plant-Herbivore Interactions addresses mathematical models in the study of practical questions in ecology, particularly factors that affect herbivory, including plant defense, herbivore natural enemies, and adaptive herbivory, as well as the effects of these on plant community dynamics.
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Such seeded stands of Atriplex are often used as a Plant-Herbivore Interactions in Atriplex: Current State of Knowledge Andrés F.
Cibils David M. Swift E. Durant McArthur supplementary forage resource to feed small rumi-nants during periods of drought.
Examples from the. Plant-herbivore interactions in Atriplex: current state of knowledge Author: Andrés F Cibils ; David M Swift ; E Durant McArthur ; Rocky Mountain Research Station--Ogden. Plant-herbivore interactions in Atriplex: current state of knowledge. Atriplex is a widespread genus with species dispersed over almost all continents.
Many taxa within this genus perform outstandingly under a variety of stress conditions and are often an important source of forage for herbivores. Plant-herbivore interactions in Atriplex: current state of knowledge Author: Andrés F Cibils ; David M Swift ; E Durant McArthur ; Rocky Mountain Research Station (Fort Collins, Colo.).
Atriplex phyllostegia (Torr. ex S. Watson) S. Watson var. draconis (M.E. Jones) Fosberg Classification Click on a scientific name below to expand it in the PLANTS Classification Report. Purchase Herbivores: Their Interactions with Secondary Plant Metabolites - 2nd Edition.
Print Book & E-Book. ISBNThe book also incorporates relatively new methodologies in the area of molecular biology, like protein purification and gene cloning. Volume II, Ecological and Evolutionary Processes, also opens up entirely new subjects: The discussions of interactions have expanded to.
Molecular Interactions between the Specialist Herbivore Manduca sexta (Lepidoptera, Sphigidae) and Its Natural Host Nicotiana attenuata. Summary. Much of our knowledge of plant—herbivore interactions are based on results from experiments applying mechanical damage to plants.
However, in recent years, the use of simulated herbivory has been criticized and several problems by: African savannas have also had a long uninterrupted history of mammalian herbivory, leading to the evolution of plant traits adapted to herbivory and to reciprocal traits in herbivores.
In nutrient-poor savannas such as those on Kalahari sand in the Chobe National Park. Purchase Insect-Plant Interactions in a Crop Protection Perspective, Volume 81 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNInformation on Atriplex and Commonly Grown Garden Species.
There are between and species in the Atriplex genus; the number varies due to disputes in classification by botanists. The genus is part of the Chenopodioideae family, which itself is under scrutiny by botanists; it is a sub-family of the Amaranth family Amaranthaceae.
Many members of the Atriplex genus are very tolerant to. Plant–herbivore interactions can have long-term, complex ecosystem-level consequences, and plant defenses play a role in that dynamic.
Research on beaver, moose, wolves, and boreal forest. Furthermore, positive and negative interactions occur simultaneously, so the observer sees only an integrated net effect of multiple interactions (Holmgren et al. Most symbiotic (mutually positive) interactions in tropical forests involve relationships between plants and animals or between plants and microbes – fungi, bacteria, algae Cited by: 8.
Plant–Herbivore Interactions. Christina Skarpe. Faculty of Applied Ecology and Agricultural Sciences, Hedmark University College, Norway. Search for more papers by this author.
Book Editor(s): Christina Skarpe. Search for more papers by this author. Johan T. du Toit. Search for more papers by this by: 2. Book Description Mathematical Models of Plant-Herbivore Interactions addresses mathematical models in the study of practical questions in ecology, particularly factors that affect herbivory, including plant defense, herbivore natural enemies, and adaptive herbivory, as well as the effects of these on plant community dynamics.
Endophytic fungi are generally viewed as plant mutualists which potentially play important roles in plant-plant, plant-pathogen and plant-herbivore interactions (Carroll, ; ; Clay,Cited by: Plant-herbivore interaction research is arguably one of the most multidisciplinary endeavors in plant biology.
Like all research concerned with inter-species relationships, numerous disciplines are required to accurately describe the range of chemical and ecological processes that influence the outcome of plant-herbivore by: Ant-plant-herbivore interactions in northern neotropical agroecosystems Inge Armbrecht and Ivette Perfecto Leaf-cutting ants in Patagonia: how human disturbances affect their role as ecosystem engineers on soil fertility, plant fitness and trophic Sascades Alejandro -Brener, Mariana Tadey and María N.
Lescano. The book also incorporates relatively new methodologies in the area of molecular biology, like protein purification and gene cloning. "Volume II, Ecological and Evolutionary Processes", also opens up entirely new subjects: The discussions of interactions have expanded to include phenomena at higher trophic levels, such as predation and.
Description. Atriplex hortensis is a hardy annual plant, with an erect, branching stem. It varies in height from two to six feet, according to the variety and soil.
The leaves are variously shaped, but somewhat oblong, comparatively thin, and slightly acidic to the taste. The Family: Amaranthaceae.Part I, Interactions Among Insects, Plants and Microorganisms, provides an integrated framework for understanding microbial mediation. Part II, Plant Mutualists, examines many of the diverse interactions between nitrogen fixers, ectomycorrhizal fungi, or fungal endophytes, with various above- and below-ground : Paperback."Mathematical Models of Plant-Herbivore Interactions by Feng and DeAngelis is, to put it simply and succinctly, a masterful exposition of one of the core problems of mathematical ecology, namely predator-prey models, especially as adapted to plants and the herbivores that eat : Zhilan Feng, Donald L.