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XIE Hai-cui1, CAI Wan-zhi2, WANG Zhen-ying1, HE Kang-lai1
Abstract: Since the industrial revolution, the huge consumption of fossil fuels and unduly destruction of natural habitats by human activities have led to the everincreasing concentration of atmospheric CO2. To study the adaptation mechanisms of plant, herbivorous insect, and its natural enemy within agricultural ecosystems to the elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration is of significance in deciphering the damage pattern of agricultural pest occurrence and controlling the pest occurrence and in mitigating the CO2 emission from agricultural ecosystems. This paper reviewed the research progress on the effects of elevated atmospheric CO2 on the host plant, herbivorous insect, and its natural enemy in agroecosystem, with the focuses on the improvement of related research methods, the variation patterns of host plant primary and secondary metabolites induced by elevated atmospheric CO2, the effects of the elevated CO2 on the growth and development, population density, and behaviors of herbivorous insect, and the biology and predation and/or parasitism rates of natural enemy. The future research frontiers in this research area were also discussed.
解海翠1,彩万志2,王振营1,何康来1**. 大气CO2浓度升高对植物、植食性昆虫及其天敌的影响研究进展[J]. 应用生态学报.
XIE Hai-cui1, CAI Wan-zhi2, WANG Zhen-ying1, HE Kang-lai1. Effects of elevated atmospheric CO2 on plant, herbivorous insect, and its natural enemy: A review.[J]. Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology.