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Life history of Phyllotreta striolata (Fabricius) (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) and its induced plant responses
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本研究目的在探討植物誘導反應，利用黃條葉蚤(Phyllotreta striolata (Fabricius))成蟲與幼蟲分別取食植物葉片與根部的習性，對青江菜(Brassica chinensis L. cv. Ching-geeng)進行地上部與地下部的傷害處理，觀察植物生長情形與分析植物中營養成分的變化，再以斜紋夜盜蛾(Spodoptera litura (Fabricius))幼蟲的生長表現作為植物營養程度指標，探討植物中誘導反應的模式。過去飼養黃條葉蚤的方法較不適用於大量飼育，經改良後，飼育效率的提高，有助於在植物誘導反應上的研究。在25℃環境下飼育，卵期平均為3.94 ± 0.05天，卵發育至成蟲所需時間平均為26.41 ± 0.34天，存活率為9.80 ± 2.22％，成蟲壽命平均為76.4天，雌蟲平均產卵量達700顆。當青江菜經過地下部傷害處理後，植株葉片數平均減少1.13片且上位葉乾重較對照組少0.5 g。在植物營養物質方面，地下部與地上部傷害處理後，植物下位葉中蛋白質含量平均增加30.49 mg/g，但經地下部傷害後上位葉中蛋白質含量則減少19.56 mg/g。斜紋夜盜蛾四齡蟲短期餵食試驗中，取食經傷害處理之植物上位葉，齡期平均延長0.5天；而取食下位葉的結果，地下部與地上部傷害處理組生長表現皆優於對照組，但差異未達顯著。植物在防禦昆蟲的策略上除了生成防禦物質外，本研究的結果亦顯示營養物質分布的變化，影響了取食植物不同部位葉片的昆蟲生長表現。由此可知，在植物防禦中，營養物質的分布也許也扮演著重要的角色。
The aim of this study is to evaluate the plant induced responses by using adult (leaf chewing) and larval (root chewing) feeding habit of Phyllotreta striolata on Brassica chinensis L. cv. Ching-Geeng plant. After above- and below-ground herbivore treatments, plant growth and nutrition content were measured. In addition, growth performance of Spodoptera litura was used as an indicator of plant's induced resistance. The rearing method of P. striolata was first modified to increase the efficiency of production. The results indicated that under 25℃, the egg period is about 3.94 day, premature development time is about 26.41 day, and the premature survival rate is about 9.8％. The adult longevity is 76.4 day and female adult fecundity is 700 eggs in average. The B. chinensis L. cv. Ching-Geeng plant decrease 1.13 in leaf number and 0.5g immature leaf dry weight after treated with belowground herbivory by P. striolata when compare to control group. After herbivory treatments, the protein contents increase 30.49 mg/g in mature leave, but decrease 19.56 mg/g in immature leaf after belowground treatment. In short-term feeding test of S. litura, insect fed on immature leaf of herbivore-treated plant had extended 0.5 day in duration and had lower relative growth rate. When insect fed on mature leaf, the performance was better on above-ground treated plant than on below-ground one and the control plant was the worst. Except producing defensive compounds, plants may modify plant nutrient allocation to against insect herbivores. My results prove that the distribution of plant nutrition may also play an important role in plant defense.
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