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PDF | On May 1, , Louis M. Schoonhoven and others published Insect-Plant Biology. Page 1. Insect-Plant Biology. Second Edition. Louis M. Schoonhoven, Joop J. A. van Loon, andMarcel Dicke. Oxford University Press. Available at. Insect-Plant Biology - By Louis M. Schoonhoven, Joop J. A. van Loon and Marcel Dicke from Oxford University Press Canada.
Insect-Plant Biology uncovers the highly intricate antagonistic as well as mutualistic interactions that have evolved between plants and insects. Half of all insect species are dependent on living plant tissues, consuming about 10% of plant annual production in natural habitats and an even greater. "This is an outstanding reference to past and recent work on plant-insect interactions. It is laden with well-drawn figures and tables (about one per page) and.
journay-freres.com: Insect-plant Biology (): T Jermy, J J A Van Loon, L M Schoonhoven: Books. Record number, Title, Insect-plant biology: from physiology to evolution. Author(s), Schoonhoven, L.M.; Jermy, T.; Loon, J.J.A. van. Source, London. Insect–Plant Biology. Second Edition. Louis M. Schoonhoven. Joop J.A. van Loon. Marcel Dicke. Laboratory of Entomology, Wageningen University, The.