• Correlations between physical and chemical defences in plants: tradeoffs, syndromes, or just many different ways to skin a herbivorous cat? 

      Moles, A.T; Peco, B.; Wallis, I.R.; Foley, W.J.; Poore, A.G.B.; Seabloom, E.W.; Vesk, P.A.; Bisigato, A.J.; Cella-Pezarro, L.; Clark, C.J.; Cohen, P.S.; Cornwell, W.K.; Edwards, W.; Ejrnaes, R.; Gonzales-Ojeda, T.; Graae, B.J.; Hay, G.; Lumbwe, F.C.; Magana-Rodriguez, B.; Moore, B.D.; Peri, P.L.; Poulsen, J.R.; Stegen, J.C.; Veldtman, R.; Zeipel, H.; Andrew, N.R.; Boulter, S.L.; Borer, E.T.; Cornelissen, J.H.C.; Farji-Brener, A.G.; DeGabriel, J.L.; Jurado, E.; Kyhn, L.A.; Low, B.; Mulder, C.P.H.; Reardon-Smith, K.; Rodriguez-Velazquez, J.; De Fortier, A.; Zheng, Z.; Blendinger, P.G.; Enquist, B.J.; Facelli, J.M.; Knight, T.; Majer, J.D.; Martinez-Ramos, M.; McQuillan, P.; Hui, F.K.C. (New Phytologist Trust, 2013)
      Most plant species have a range of traits that deter herbivores. However, understanding of how different defences are related to one another is surprisingly weak. Many authors argue that defence traits trade off against ...