Data from: The effects of milkweed induced defense on parasite resistance in monarch butterflies, Danaus plexippus

Wen-Hao Tan, Leiling Tao, Kevin M. Hoang, Mark D. Hunter & Jacobus C. De Roode
Many plants express induced defenses against herbivores through increasing the production of toxic secondary chemicals following damage. Phytochemical induction can directly or indirectly affect other organisms within the community. In tri-trophic systems, increased concentrations of plant toxins could be detrimental to plants if herbivores can sequester these toxins as protective chemicals for themselves. Thus, through trophic interactions, induction can lead to either positive or negative effects on plant fitness. We examined the effects of milkweed...
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