The main and interactive effects of plant type (‘jasmonate insensitive’, ‘wild-type’, and ‘jasmonate overexpress’ tomato) and predation risk (presence/absence of predaceous stink bug) on consumption, growth, and digestive efficiency of the (A) cabbage looper, T. ni, (B) Colorado potato beetle, L. decemlineata, and (C) tobacco hornworm, M. sexta.
datasetposted on 09.04.2014, 02:58 by Ian Kaplan, Scott H. McArt, Jennifer S. Thaler
Significant effects are bolded for emphasis. ECI = efficiency of conversion of ingested food, ECD = efficiency of conversion of digested food, AD = approximate digestibility.
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