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Ovipositing Orius laevigatus increase tomato resistance against Frankliniella occidentalis feeding by inducing the wound response

Veronic De Puysseleyr, Monica Höfte UGent and Patrick De Clercq UGent (2011) ARTHROPOD-PLANT INTERACTIONS. 5(1). p.71-80
abstract
The anthocorid predator Orius laevigatus is widely used as biological control agent of thrips pests, including the western flower thrips Frankliniella occidentalis. In the current study, it was shown that O. laevigatus adults can increase plant resistance to feeding damage of F. occidentalis on tomato plants. The predator elicits a jasmonic acid (JA) mediated wound response during endophytic oviposition, resulting in reduced thrips feeding. A strong accumulation of H2O2, a molecule involved in different parts of the wound response, in leaf tissue surrounding the predator eggs or oviposition puncture sites was observed. Infestation of tomato plants with adult predators led to the upregulation of three JA regulated wound responsive genes: the precursor prosystemin, the jasmonic acid biosynthesis enzyme allene oxide synthase and the defence protein proteinase inhibitor I. Likewise, the presence of adults caused accumulation of proteinase inhibitor II, a principal marker for the wound response.
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DEDUCED PRIMARY STRUCTURE, HOST-PLANT RESISTANCE, INDUCED PROTEINASE-INHIBITORS, Jasmonic acid, Wound response, Indirect defence, Induced resistance, INSECT HERBIVORES, OCTADECANOID PATHWAY, DEFENSE RESPONSES, SIGNALING PATHWAY, HYDROGEN-PEROXIDE, METHYL JASMONATE, GENE-EXPRESSION
journal title
ARTHROPOD-PLANT INTERACTIONS
Arthropod-Plant Interact.
volume
5
issue
1
pages
71 - 80
Web of Science type
Article
Web of Science id
000286664600008
JCR category
ENTOMOLOGY
JCR impact factor
1.309 (2011)
JCR rank
34/85 (2011)
JCR quartile
2 (2011)
ISSN
1872-8855
DOI
10.1007/s11829-010-9117-0
language
English
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yes
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A1
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I have transferred the copyright for this publication to the publisher
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1251423
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-1251423
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2011-06-01 14:46:11
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2016-12-19 15:42:48
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  abstract     = {The anthocorid predator Orius laevigatus is widely used as biological control agent of thrips pests, including the western flower thrips Frankliniella occidentalis. In the current study, it was shown that O. laevigatus adults can increase plant resistance to feeding damage of F. occidentalis on tomato plants. The predator elicits a jasmonic acid (JA) mediated wound response during endophytic oviposition, resulting in reduced thrips feeding. A strong accumulation of H2O2, a molecule involved in different parts of the wound response, in leaf tissue surrounding the predator eggs or oviposition puncture sites was observed. Infestation of tomato plants with adult predators led to the upregulation of three JA regulated wound responsive genes: the precursor prosystemin, the jasmonic acid biosynthesis enzyme allene oxide synthase and the defence protein proteinase inhibitor I. Likewise, the presence of adults caused accumulation of proteinase inhibitor II, a principal marker for the wound response.},
  author       = {De Puysseleyr, Veronic and H{\"o}fte, Monica and De Clercq, Patrick},
  issn         = {1872-8855},
  journal      = {ARTHROPOD-PLANT INTERACTIONS},
  keyword      = {DEDUCED PRIMARY STRUCTURE,HOST-PLANT RESISTANCE,INDUCED PROTEINASE-INHIBITORS,Jasmonic acid,Wound response,Indirect defence,Induced resistance,INSECT HERBIVORES,OCTADECANOID PATHWAY,DEFENSE RESPONSES,SIGNALING PATHWAY,HYDROGEN-PEROXIDE,METHYL JASMONATE,GENE-EXPRESSION},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {71--80},
  title        = {Ovipositing Orius laevigatus increase tomato resistance against Frankliniella occidentalis feeding by inducing the wound response},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11829-010-9117-0},
  volume       = {5},
  year         = {2011},
}

Chicago
De Puysseleyr, Veronic, Monica Höfte, and Patrick De Clercq. 2011. “Ovipositing Orius Laevigatus Increase Tomato Resistance Against Frankliniella Occidentalis Feeding by Inducing the Wound Response.” Arthropod-plant Interactions 5 (1): 71–80.
APA
De Puysseleyr, V., Höfte, M., & De Clercq, P. (2011). Ovipositing Orius laevigatus increase tomato resistance against Frankliniella occidentalis feeding by inducing the wound response. ARTHROPOD-PLANT INTERACTIONS, 5(1), 71–80.
Vancouver
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De Puysseleyr V, Höfte M, De Clercq P. Ovipositing Orius laevigatus increase tomato resistance against Frankliniella occidentalis feeding by inducing the wound response. ARTHROPOD-PLANT INTERACTIONS. 2011;5(1):71–80.
MLA
De Puysseleyr, Veronic, Monica Höfte, and Patrick De Clercq. “Ovipositing Orius Laevigatus Increase Tomato Resistance Against Frankliniella Occidentalis Feeding by Inducing the Wound Response.” ARTHROPOD-PLANT INTERACTIONS 5.1 (2011): 71–80. Print.