Glandular Trichomes

Nitro Phenylethane

Volatile production and emission from vegetative tissue is linked to compartments such as glandular trichomes, oil glands, oil ducts, and cavities. Glandular and nonglandular trichomes have been well described for vegetative tissues.45,41 These structural barriers and chemical weapons are important components of resistance to herbivores for plants in general.48-51 Various types of glandular trichomes have been described (e.g., peltate, capitate, conoidal, and digitiform) that can be present on...

References

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