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LIU Qing-song, LI Yun-he, CHEN Xiu-ping, PENG Yu-fa
Abstract: Semiochemicals released by plants or insects play an important role in the communication among plants, phytophagous insects and their natural enemies. They thus form a chemical information network which regulates intra and interspecific behaviors and sustains the composition and structure of plant and insect communities. The application of insectresistant genetically modified (IRGM) crops may affect the chemical communication within and among the tritrophic levels, and thus cause disturbances to the biotic community structure and the stability of the farmland ecosystem. This has raised concerns about the environmental safety of IRGM crops and triggered research worldwide. In the current article we provided a brief summary of the chemical communication among plants, herbivores and natural enemies; analyzed the potential of IRGM crops to affect the chemical communication between plants and arthropods and the related mechanisms; and discussed the current research progress and the future prospects in this field. We hope that this will promote the research in this field by Chinese scientists and increase our understanding of the potential effects of growing of IRGM crops on the arthropod community structure.
刘清松,李云河**,陈秀萍,彭于发. 转基因抗虫植物-植食性昆虫-天敌间化学通讯的研究进展[J]. 应用生态学报.
LIU Qing-song, LI Yun-he, CHEN Xiu-ping, PENG Yu-fa. Research progress in chemical communication among insect-resistant genetically modified plants, insect pests and natural enemies.[J]. Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology.