By Anne-Geneviève Bagnères, Martine Hossaert-McKey

ISBN-10: 1119329698

ISBN-13: 9781119329695

ISBN-10: 1119330483

ISBN-13: 9781119330486

ISBN-10: 1848219245

ISBN-13: 9781848219243

The combo of the 2 phrases "ecology" and "chemistry" has lately come into being for researchers, biologists and chemists operating on the interface of biology and chemistry. Chemical ecology is now an entire study box in itself. so much residing species converse with one another via molecules and chemical indications known as mediators. The chemical language, utilizing chemical mediators rather than phrases, is a Read more...


The ebook good points comparative views at the box of chemical ecology, current and destiny, provided via scientists from a large choice of disciplines. Read more...

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Whether in a terrestrial or an aquatic environment, semiochemicals play a determining role in the interactions of a species with its abiotic or biotic environment. g. enzymes, transport proteins, sensory proteins), whose production and operation can be regulated by local environmental conditions. Indeed, in terrestrial and marine plants, abiotic stresses can have an impact on the emission of chemical messengers through the alteration of the phenology of the plant (growth and maturation), the allocation of resources to the production of these messengers or even via other direct physiological factors such as stomata functioning.

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The five-year-old seedlings of 860 seeds belonging to six genera Mabea (Euphorbiaceae), Oxandra (Annonaceae), Chemical Ecology: An Integrative and Experimental Science 33 Pachira (Malvaceae sensu lato), Parkia (Fabaceae), Protium (Burseraceae) and Swartzia (Fabaceae) have been transplanted in these two habitats. Overall, the concentration of defense metabolites (proteins, phenolic and terpene compounds) does not present any significant variation between the leaves of transplanted plants and those of plants in their original habitats.

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