Data for Sagebrush: Consistent individual variation in plant communication: Do plants have personalities?

Richard Karban, Patrick Grof-Tisza & Charline Couchoux
Animal biologists have recently focused on individual variation in behavioral traits and have found that individuals of many species have personalities. These are defined as consistent intraspecific differences in behaviors that are repeatable across different situations and stable over time. When animals sense danger, some individuals will alert neighbors with alarm calls and both calling and responding vary consistently among individuals. Plants, including sagebrush, emit volatile cues when they are attacked by herbivores and neighbors...
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