Data from: Chemical ecology of fruit defense: synergistic and antagonistic interactions among amides from Piper

Susan R. Whitehead & M. Deane Bowers
1. Although ripe, fleshy fruits function primarily to attract seed dispersers, they must also be defended against diverse communities of seed predators and pathogens. For some plants, the concentration and diversity of secondary metabolites in fruits can exceed that of leaves and other plant parts, but little is known about the functional significance of the suites of compounds found in fruits. Fruit secondary metabolites may function in defense, or they may play a variety of...
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