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  • 1 Punjab Agricultural University Department of Entomology Ludhiana 141004 Punjab India
  • | 2 Punjab Agricultural University Department of Biochemistry Ludhiana 141004 Punjab India
  • | 3 Punjab Agricultural University Department of Plant Breeding and Genetics Ludhiana 141004 Punjab India
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Crop productivity is greatly influenced by various environmental stresses, of which insect herbivory-induced biotic stress assumes much significance. As a consequence of insect herbivory, a number of plant biochemical processes involved in the tolerance mechanism are affected. Different studies have demonstrated a diverse functional role of various plant oxidative enzymes in protecting plants against biotic stress induced by insect herbivory. Comprehensive profiling of stress-associated plant oxidative enzymes is most relevant to successful molecular breeding of stress-tolerant crop plants. Thus, better understanding of the biochemical basis of plant defense mechanisms is imperative, not only from a basic science perspective, but also for biotechnology-based pest control practice. In this review, we emphasize the potential role of various oxidative enzymes in plant defense against insect herbivory.

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