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As part of a large program sponsored by the Department of Biotechnology, scientists from the Northeast Region, NCBS, IISc, Bangalore, and UAS have joined hands to study the chemical ecology and biodiversity of one of our world’s most remarkable regions – the Northeast Region of India. The SCENIC programme will build new scientific capacity in India and provide unique training and career development opportunities for scientists in a multiregional and multidisciplinary environment.

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Multitrophic interactions between plants, insect and entomopathogens_J Chem Ecol

Plants play an important role in the interactions between insect herbivores and their pathogens. Since the seminal review by Cory and Hoover (2006) on plant-mediated effects on insect–pathogen interactions, considerable progress has been made in understanding the complexity of these tritrophic interactions. Increasing interest in the areas of nutritional and ecological immunology over the last … Continue reading Multitrophic interactions between plants, insect and entomopathogens_J Chem Ecol

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