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Either your web browser doesn't support Javascript or it is currently turned off. In the latter case, please turn on Javascript support in your web browser and reload this page. Oecologia , 01 Oct , 81 1 : DOI: Read article at publisher's site DOI :

The Determination of Sex in the Gall-fly, “Neuroterus lenticularis” (“Spathegaster baccarum”)

Plant Phenology and Absence of Sex-Biased Gall Attack on Three Species of Baccharis

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Dioecy represents a source of variation in plant quality to herbivores due to sexual differences in intensity and timing of resource allocation to growth, defense and reproduction. Male plants have higher growth rates and should be more susceptible to herbivores than females, due to a lower investment in defense and reproduction. We compared resource investment to growth and reproduction and its consequences to herbivore attack on three Baccharis species along one year B. Phenological patterns presented by the three species of Baccharis were quite different over time, but the number of fourth-level shoots and plant growth rate did not differ between sexes in any studied species. Intersexual difference in reproductive investment was only observed for B.
The sex ratios of three Mesopolobus species were found to vary in different hosts in a gall-forming community in Berkshire. These relationships were consistent with Charnov's host size—sex ratio hypothesis Charnov Due to the segregation of host species on different species of Quercus , it was possible to conduct a geographical variation experiment proposed by Charnov et al.