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180 Bi, J. L. and Felton, G. W. (1995): Foliar oxidative stress and insect herbivory: Primary compounds, secondary metabolites, and reactive oxygen species as components of induced resistance

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19 291 298 Chapman, S. K., S. C. Hart, N. S. Cobb, T. G. Whitham and G. W. Koch. 2003. Insect herbivory increases litter quality and decomposition

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391 412 Clay, K., Marks, S., Cheplick, C. P. (1993) Effects of insect herbivory and fungal endophyte infection on competitive interactions among grasses. Ecology 74 , 1767

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Bi, J. L., Felton, G. W. (1995) Foliar oxidative stress and insect herbivory: primary compounds, secondary metabolites, and reactive oxygen species as components of induced resistance. J. Chem. Ecol. 21 , 1511

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139 123 136 Brown, V.K., M. Jepsen, M. and C.W.D. Gibson. 1988. Insect her-bivory: effects on early old-field succession demonstrated by chemical

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-015-0349-4. Brown , V. K. and Gange , A. C. ( 1990 ): Insect herbivory below ground . Adv. Ecol. Res. 20 , 2 – 58 . Burns , A. N. ( 1926 ): Cane pest combat and control . Queensland Agriculture J. 25 , 47 p. Chandel , R. S. , Mathania , M

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limitation and insect herbivory. Pl. Ecol. 184: 297–309. Curran L. M. Plant recruitment bottlenecks in temperate forest fragments: seed limitation and insect herbivory

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African stalk borer Eldana saccharina Walker (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) . Agric. For. Entomol. 4 , 265 – 274 . Keeping , M. G. and Kvedaras , O. L. ( 2008 ): Silicon as a plant defence against insect herbivory: response to Massey, Ennos and

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