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Friend or Foe? Exploring the Factors that Determine the Difference Between Positive and Negative Effects on Photosynthesis in Response to Insect Herbivory

By John Paul Délano Frier, Carla Vanessa Sánchez Hernández and Axel Tiessen

Submitted: February 3rd 2011Reviewed: July 8th 2011Published: February 24th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/26064

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John Paul Délano Frier, Carla Vanessa Sánchez Hernández and Axel Tiessen (February 24th 2012). Friend or Foe? Exploring the Factors that Determine the Difference Between Positive and Negative Effects on Photosynthesis in Response to Insect Herbivory, Artificial Photosynthesis, Mohammad Mahdi Najafpour, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/26064. Available from:

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