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The Secret Social Life of Plants

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References

Barto, E. K., Weidenhamer, J. D., Cipollini, D., & Rillig, M. C. (2012). Fungal superhighways: do common mycorrhizal networks enhance below ground communication?. Trends in plant science, 17(11), 633-637. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1360138512001331

Gianoli, E., & Carrasco-Urra, F. (2014). Leaf Mimicry in a Climbing Plant Protects against Herbivory. Current Biology, 24(9), 984-987. http://goo.gl/eW6cB4

Holopainen, J. K., & Blande, J. D. (2012). Molecular plant volatile communication. In Sensing in nature (pp. 17-31). Springer US. http://goo.gl/K9k4VE

Kask, K., Kännaste, A., & Niinemets, Ü. (2013). Emission of volatile organic compounds as a signal of plant stress. Scientific Bulletin of ESCORENA, 8, 79-92. http://goo.gl/IR7hcm

Song, Y. Y., Zeng, R. S., Xu, J. F., Li, J., Shen, X., & Yihdego, W. G. (2010). Interplant communication of tomato plants through underground common mycorrhizal networks. PLoS One, 5(10), e13324. http://goo.gl/mMxEDN

Piesik, D., Pańka, D., Delaney, K. J., Skoczek, A., Lamparski, R., & Weaver, D. K. (2011). Cereal crop volatile organic compound induction after mechanical injury, beetle herbivory (Oulema spp.), or fungal infection (Fusarium spp.). Journal of plant physiology, 168(9), 878-886. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0176161710005584

Plants Send SOS When Caterpillars Bite. Jan Suszkiw – USDA. http://goo.gl/SGrgpU

Plant’s “Call for Help” Brings Enemies, Too. NatGeo NewsWatch. http://goo.gl/RILrGk

Parasitic wasps keep cabbage-munching moths at bay . BirdGuide. http://goo.gl/0sBQzV

Video of dodder vine moving towards host. PBS. http://goo.gl/ZugkBo

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