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  1. Insect-Plant Biology - L. M. Schoonhoven, J. J. A. van Loon, Marcel Dicke 2005

    Book Essential

  2. Insect-Plant Biology - L. M. Schoonhoven, J. J. A. van Loon, Marcel Dicke 2005 (electronic book)

    Book Essential

  3. Lecture 2: Diversity of Vascular Plants and Fungi 2 items
    1. The Invisible Dimension of Fungal Diversity - David Hibbett 2016

      Article Recommended For Lecture 2

  4. Lecture 3: Insect Feeding Specialization and Diet Quality, Lecture 4: Plant Defences, Practical 1: Patterns of Herbivory on British Trees 5 items
    1. The Number of Species of Insects Associated with British Trees: A Re-Analysis - C. E. J. Kennedy, T. R. E. Southwood 1984

      Article Recommended For Practical 1

    2. Host-Plant Selection in the Holly Leaf-Miner: Does Mother Know Best? - G. Valladares, J. H. Lawton 1991

      Article Recommended For Practical 1

    3. Differences in Effects of Pyrrolizidine Alkaloids on Five Generalist Insect Herbivore Species - Mirka Macel, Maaike Bruinsma, Sander M. Dijkstra, Tessa Ooijendijk 2005-7

      Article Recommended

    4. Influence of Plant Quality on Pine Sawfly Population Dynamics - Stig Larsson, Barbara Ekbom and Christer Björkman 2000

      Article Recommended

    5. Diversity of Structure and Antiherbivore Activity in Condensed Tannins - Matthew P. Ayres, Thomas P. Clausen, Stephen F. MacLean, Ahnya M. Redman 1997

      Article Recommended

  5. Lecture 5: Induced Defences in Plants, Lecture 6: Pollination Biology and Other Beneficial Effects 8 items
    1. Plants Respond to Leaf Vibrations Caused by Insect Herbivore Chewing - H. M. Appel and R. B. Cocroft 2014

      Article Recommended For Lecture 5

    2. Herbivory, Induced Resistance, and Interplant Signal Transfer in Alnus Glutinosa - Teja Tscharntke, Sabine Thiessen, Rainer Dolch, Wilhelm Boland 2001

      Article Recommended

  6. Lecture 7: Biology of Galls, Lecture 8: Insect Herbivory Below Ground, Practical 2: Insect Distribution on Leaves 7 items
    1. The Adaptive Significance of Insect Gall Morphology - Graham N. Stone, Karsten Schönrogge 2003

      Article Recommended For Lecture 7 on Galls

    2. Plants Protect Their Roots by Alerting the Enemies of Grubs - Rob W.H.M. van Tol, Anton T.C. van der Sommen, Mari I.C. Boff, Jan van Bezooijen 2001

      Article Recommended For Lecture 8 on Root Herbivory

    3. Plant-Mediated Interactions Between Pathogenic Microorganisms and Herbivorous Arthropods - Michael J. Stout, Jennifer S. Thaler, Bart P.H.J. Thomma 2006

      Article Recommended For Practical 2 Part 1

  7. Lecture 9: Insect-Microbe Interactions, Lecture 10: Endophytic Fungi 9 items
    1. Two Fungal Symbioses Collide: Endophytic Fungi Are Not Welcome in Leaf-Cutting Ant Gardens - Edward A. Herre, William T. Wcislo, Enith I. Rojas, Mariana C. Valencia 2009

      Webpage Recommended For Lecture 9

    2. Model Systems in Ecology: Dissecting the Endophyte–grass Literature - Kari Saikkonen, Päivi Lehtonen, Marjo Helander, Julia Koricheva 2006

      Article Recommended For Lecture 10

    3. Differential Effects of Foliar Endophytic Fungi on Insect Herbivores Attacking a Herbaceous Plant - Alan C. Gange, René Eschen, James A. Wearn, Alim Thawer 2012

      Article Recommended For Lecture 10

  8. Lecture 11: Plant Pathogenic Fungi, Lecture 12: Ecology of Mycorrhizas 11 items
    1. Genome Sequence and Genetic Diversity of European Ash Trees - Elizabeth S. A. Sollars 2017

      Article Recommended For Lecture 11

    2. Find a Specific Tree Pest or Disease - GOV.UK

      Webpage Recommended Link to the Forestry Commission's web site on Ash die back

    3. Chalara Dieback of Ash - Tree Pests and Diseases

      Webpage Recommended Information on Ash die back disease from the Forestry Commission.

    4. Plant-Mediated Interactions Between Pathogenic Microorganisms and Herbivorous Arthropods - Michael J. Stout, Jennifer S. Thaler, Bart P.H.J. Thomma 2006

      Article Recommended For Lecture 11

    5. Mycorrhizal-Induced Growth Depression in Plants - Liang Jin, Qian Wang, Qiang Wang, Xiaojuan Wang 2017

      Article Recommended For Lecture 12

    6. Rhytisma Acerinum as a Biological Indicator of Pollution - R.J. Bevan, G.N. Greenhalgh 1976

      Article Recommended For Practical 3

  9. Lecture 13: Mycorrhizas and Other Organisms, Lecture 14: Plant Community Dynamics 9 items
    1. Meta-Analysis of Interactions between Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi and Biotic Stressors of Plants - Haishui Yang, Yajun Dai, Xiaohua Wang, Qian Zhang 2014

      Article Recommended For Lecture 13

    2. Unravelling Mycorrhiza-Induced Wheat Susceptibility to the English Grain Aphid Sitobion Avenae - Amma L. Simon, Peter A. D. Wellham, Gudbjorg I. Aradottir, Alan C. Gange 2017

      Article Recommended For Lecture 13

    3. Effects of Mycorrhizal Fungi on Insect Herbivores: A Meta-Analysis - Julia Koricheva, Alan C. Gange and Tara Jones 2009

      Article Recommended For Lecture 13

    4. Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi Affect Phytophagous Insect Specialism - Alan C. Gange, Penny G. Stagg, Lena K. Ward 2002

      Article Recommended For Lecture 13

    5. Does Herbivory Really Suppress Mycorrhiza? a Meta-Analysis - E. Kathryn Barto and Matthias C. Rillig 2010

      Article Recommended For Lecture 13

    6. Mycorrhizal Fungal Diversity Determines Plant Biodiversity, Ecosystem Variability and Productivity - Marcel G. A. van der Heijden, John N. Klironomos, Margot Ursic, Peter Moutoglis 1998

      Article Recommended For Lecture 14

  10. Lecture 15: Biological Control of Weeds, Lecture 16: Entomopathogenic Fungi and Plants 4 items
  11. Lecture 17: Case Study 1: Sports Turf Science, Lecture 18: Case Studies in Conservation Biology 2 items
  12. Lecture 19: Insects, Fungi and Air Pollution, Lecture 20: Insects, Fungi and Climate Change 12 items
    1. Effects of Air Pollution on Natural Enemies of the Leaf Beetle Melasoma lapponica - Elena L. Zvereva and Mikhail V. Kozlov 2000

      Article Recommended For Lecture 19

    2. Wheat Archive Links Long-Term Fungal Pathogen Population Dynamics to Air Pollution - S. J. Bearchell, B. A. Fraaije, M. W. Shaw, B. D. L. Fitt 2005

      Article Recommended For Lecture 19

    3. Insects and Plants in a Changing Atmosphere - J. B. Whittaker 2001

      Article Recommended For Lecture 19

    4. Crop Pests and Pathogens Move Polewards in a Warming World - Daniel P. Bebber, Mark A. T. Ramotowski, Sarah J. Gurr 2013

      Article Recommended For Lecture 20

    5. Warmer Springs Disrupt the Synchrony of Oak and Winter Moth Phenology - M. E. Visser, L. J. M. Holleman 2001

      Article Recommended For Lecture 20

    6. Insect Herbivory Alters Impact of Atmospheric Change on Northern Temperate Forests - J. J. Couture, T. D. Meehan, E. L. Kruger, R. L. Lindroth 2015

      Article Recommended For Lecture 20

    7. Temperature-Dependent Alterations in Host Use Drive Rapid Range Expansion in a Butterfly - Rachel M. Pateman, Jane K. Hill, David B. Roy, Richard Fox and Chris D. Thomas 2012

      Article Recommended For Lecture 20

    8. The Lost Generation Hypothesis: Could Climate Change Drive Ectotherms Into a Developmental Trap? - Hans Van Dyck, Dries Bonte, Rik Puls, Karl Gotthard 2015

      Article Recommended For Lecture 20

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