2 - Recruitment of predators and parasitoids by herbivore-injured plants  pp. 21-75

Recruitment of predators and parasitoids by herbivore-injured plants

By Ted C. J. Turlings and Felix Wäckers

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Introduction

In recent years, induced plant defenses have received widespread attention from biologists in a variety of disciplines. The mechanisms underlying these defenses and the interactions that mediate them appeal not only to plant physiologists, ecologists, and evolutionary biologists but also to those scientists that search for novel strategies in plant protection. Several recent books (Karban and Baldwin, 1997; Agrawal et al., 1999) and reviews (Baldwin, 1994; Karban et al., 1997; Agrawal and Rutter, 1998; Agrawal and Karban, 1999; Baldwin and Preston, 1999; Dicke et al., 2003) have been devoted entirely to the subject of induced plant defenses. Various forces, ranging from abiotic stresses to biotic factors such as pathogens, arthropods, or higher organisms, may trigger different plant defense responses. Yet, the biochemical pathways that are involved appear to show considerable similarities. This is also true for the so-called indirect defenses.

The term indirect defense refers to those adaptations that result in the recruitment and sustenance of organisms that protect the plants against herbivorous attackers. The early published examples of indirect defenses involved intimate plant–ant interactions, in which myrmecophilous plants were shown to have evolved a range of adaptations providing ants with shelter (domatia) and various food sources (Belt, 1874; Janzen, 1966). In return, these plants may obtain a range of benefits because ants can provide nutrition (Thomson, 1981) or more commonly, protection against herbivores, pathogens, and competing plants (e.g. Koptur, 1992; Oliveira, 1997).

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