Herbivory and inbreeding affect growth, reproduction, and resistance in the rhizomatous offshoots of Solanum carolinense (Solanaceae)

This data is from Chapter 2 of Chad Nihranz's dissertation titled "Stressful memories: consequences of herbivory and inbreeding in Solanum carolinense" and is also a part of the manuscript "Herbivory and inbreeding affect growth, reproduction, and resistance in the rhizomatous offshoots of Solanum carolinense (Solanaceae)" submitted to Evolutionary Ecology.

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Title Herbivory and inbreeding affect growth, reproduction, and resistance in the rhizomatous offshoots of Solanum carolinense (Solanaceae)
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  1. CHAD T NIHRANZ
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  1. Manduca sexta
  2. rhizomatous offshoots
  3. Solanum carolinense
  4. herbivory
  5. inducible defenses
  6. clonal memory
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