Mosaic Eucalypt Trees Suggest Genetic Control at a Point That Influences Several Metabolic Pathways
Padovan, Amanda; Keszei, Andras; Wallis, Ian; Foley, William
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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