Data from: Plant defence responses to volatile alert signals are population-specific

Xoaquín Moreira, William K. Petry, Johnattan Hernández-Cumplido, Stéphanie Morelon & Betty Benrey
Herbivore-induced volatiles are widespread in plants. They can serve as alert signals that enable neighbouring leaves and plants to pre-emptively increase defences and avoid herbivory damage. However, our understanding of the factors mediating volatile organic compound (VOC) signal interpretation by receiver plants and the degree to which multiple herbivores affect VOC signals is still limited. Here we investigated whether plant responses to damage-induced VOC signals were population specific. As a secondary goal, we tested for...
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