Data from: Plants and tortoises: mutations in the Arabidopsis jasmonate pathway increase feeding in a vertebrate folivore

Alia Mafli, Jérôme Goudet & Edward E. Farmer
Photosynthetic tissues, the major food source of many invertebrates and vertebrates, are well defended. Many defence traits in leaves are controlled via the jasmonate signalling pathway in which jasmonate acts as a hormone by binding to a receptor to activate responses that lead to increased resistance to invertebrate folivores. We predicted that mutations in jasmonate synthesis might also increase the vulnerability of leaves to vertebrate folivores and tested this hypothesis using the Eastern Hermann’s tortoise...
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