Mosaic Eucalypt Trees Suggest Genetic Control at a Point That Influences Several Metabolic Pathways
Mosaic trees contain more than one phenotype. The two Eucalyptus mosaic trees studied here (E. melliodora and E. sideroxylon) are predominantly susceptible to insect herbivory, with the leaves on a single large branch on each tree resisting herbivory. We
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