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Evolutionary Ecology across Three Trophic Levels:
Goldenrods, Gallmakers, and Natural Enemies (MPB-29)
Warren G. Abrahamson & Arthur E. Weis

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Foreword
Preface and Acknowledgments
1Evolutionary Ecology and the Interactions of Plants with Insects3
2The Stem Gallmaker, Its Natural Enemies, and Goldenrod: A Model System of Tritrophic-Level Interaction14
3Eurosta's Impact on Goldenrod50
4Host-Plant Resistance to Gallmaker Attack: The Plant-Gallmaker Encounter - The Plant's Perspective100
5Host-Plant Choice135
6The Gall as Eurosta's Extended Phenotype171
7Host Specificity and Herbivore Speciation194
8The Third Trophic Level as an Agent of Selection254
9The Variable Biotic Environment and Variable Selection286
10Phenotypic Plasticity and Spurious Evolution321
11Selection on the Hierarchy of Attack and Defense337
12Goldenrod, Gallmakers, and the Evolutionary Ecology of Plant-Insect Interactions382
References399
Author Index437
Subject Index448

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