Data from: Herbivore-induced volatile blends with both “fast” and “slow” components provide robust indirect defense in nature

Youngsung Joo, Meredith C. Schuman, Jay K. Goldberg, Sang-Gyu Kim, Felipe Yon, Christoph Bruetting & Ian T. Baldwin
1.Plants emit volatile blends specific to particular herbivore interactions, which predators and parasitoids learn to associate with prey, increasing herbivore mortality and thereby plant fitness in a phenomenon termed indirect defense. 2.Herbivore-induced plant volatile blends commonly include both rapid, transient green leaf volatiles (GLVs) and delayed, enduring sesquiterpenes. A few laboratory studies indicate that insects can use plant volatiles to time behavior, but it is not known whether and how the temporal dynamics of plant...
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