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Abramovitch RB, Anderson JC, and Martin GB (2006) Bacterial elicitation and evasion of plant innate immunity. Nature Reviews 7: 601-611.

Berenbaum M (1983) Coumarins and caterpillars: A case for coevolution. Evolution 37: 163-179. Cimino G, Crispino A, Di Marzo V, Gavagnin M, and Ros JD (1990) Oxytoxins, bioactive molecules produced by the marine opisthobranch mollusc Oxynoe olivacea from a diet-derived precursor. Experientia 46: 767-770. Dussourd DE and Eisner T (1987) Vein-cutting behavior: Insect counterploy to the latex defense of plants. Science 237: 898-901. Geffeney SL, Fujimoto E, Brodie ED, III, Brodie ED, Jr., and Ruben PC (2005) Evolutionary diversification of TTX-resistant sodium channels in a predator-prey interaction. Nature 434: 759-763. Hicks DM, Duncan MJ, Jongsma MA, and Bolter C (1997) The adaptation of insects to plant protease inhibitors. Journal of Insect Physiology 43: 885-895. Jones JDG and Dangl JL (2006) The plant immune system. Nature 444: 323-329.

Konno K, Okada S, and Hirayama C (2001) Selective secretion of free glycine, a neutralizer against a plant defense chemical, in the digestive juice of the privet moth larvae. Journal of Insect Physiology 47: 1451-1457.

Li X, Baudry J, Berenbaum MR, and Schuler MA (2004) Structural and functional divergence of insect CYP6B proteins: From specialist to generalist cytochrome P450. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 101: 2939-2944.

Li XC, Schuler MA, and Berenbaum MR (2002) Jasmonate and salicylate induce expression of herbivore cytochrome P450 genes. Nature 419: 712-715.

MusserRO, Hum-MusserSM, EichenseerH, etal. (2002) Caterpillar saliva beats plant defenses: A new weapon emerges in the coevolutionary arms race between plants and herbivores. Nature 416: 599-600.

Peterlin BM and Trono D (2003) Hide, shield and strike back: How HIV-infected cells avoid immune eradication. Nature Reviews Immunology 3: 97-107.

Schulze B, Dabrowska P, and Boland W (2007) Rapid enzymatic isomerization of 12-oxophytodienoic acid in the gut of lepidopteran larvae. ChemBioChem 8: 208-216.

Stanley D (2006) Prostaglandins and other eicosanoids in insects: Biological significance. Annual Review of Entomology 51: 25-44.

Vance V and Vaucheret H (2001) RNA silencing in plants - defense and counterdefense. Science 292: 2277-2280.

Williams DH (1996) The glycopeptide story - how to kill the deadly 'superbugs'. Natural Products Report 13: 469-477.

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