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Comparative transcriptome analysis of Arabidopsis thaliana infested by diamond back moth (Plutella xylostella) larvae reveals signatures of stress response, secondary metabolism, and signalling
Plants are exposed to attack from a large variety of herbivores. Feeding insects can induce substantial changes of the host plant transcriptome. Arabidopsis thaliana has been established as a relevant system for the discovery of genes associated with response to herbivory, including genes for specialized (i.e. secondary) metabolism as well as genes involved in plant-insect defence signalling. Results Using a 70-mer oligonulceotide microarray covering 26,090 gene-specific elements, we monitoreddoi:10.14288/1.0220565 fatcat:g2ox63rpt5hejj7rhrtypkzlla