Data from: Gypsy moth herbivory induced volatiles and reduced parasite attachment to cranberry hosts

Tjiurutue MC, Sandler HA, Kersch-Becker MF, Theis N, Adler LS

Date Published: August 14, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.bj3tt

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Description These are data from a manipulative experiment asking how damage by gypsy moths on cranberry affected attachment by a parasitic plant, dodder, as well as induced chemical defenses (phytohormones, volatiles and phenolics) that could be mechanisms mediating these interactions. The attachment and chemistry were assessed in two separate, parallel experiments in the greenhouse in Amherst, MA, USA in 2011. There is one worksheet for each of these responses (the 3 chemicals plus dodder attachment) and a worksheet describing all the variables.
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Tjiurutue MC, Sandler HA, Kersch-Becker MF, Theis N, Adler LS (2017) Gypsy moth herbivory induced volatiles and reduced parasite attachment to cranberry hosts. Oecologia 185(1): 133-145. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00442-017-3915-3

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Tjiurutue MC, Sandler HA, Kersch-Becker MF, Theis N, Adler LS (2017) Data from: Gypsy moth herbivory induced volatiles and reduced parasite attachment to cranberry hosts. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.bj3tt
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