Data from: The simultaneous inducibility of phytochemicals related to plant direct and indirect defences against herbivores is stronger at low elevation

Pellissier L, Moreira X, Danner H, Serrano M, Salamin N, van Dam NM, Rasmann S

Date Published: March 28, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.50kc9

 

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Title glucosinolate and volatile data for Pellissier et al
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Description three sheets: 1) leaf glucosinolate data for each species sampled from either control (undamaged) or JA-induced (JA) plants. 2) volatile organic compounds from the leaves of the same plants. 3) average values for glucosinolates and volatiles, plus average elevation, herbivore attack, and Landolt value for soil fertility for each species
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Pellissier L, Moreira X, Danner H, Serrano M, Salamin N, van Dam NM, Rasmann S (2016) The simultaneous inducibility of phytochemicals related to plant direct and indirect defences against herbivores is stronger at low elevation. Journal of Ecology 104(4): 1116–1125. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2745.12580

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Pellissier L, Moreira X, Danner H, Serrano M, Salamin N, van Dam NM, Rasmann S (2016) Data from: The simultaneous inducibility of phytochemicals related to plant direct and indirect defences against herbivores is stronger at low elevation. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.50kc9
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