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Covariation and phenotypic integration in chemical communication displays: biosynthetic constraints and eco-evolutionary implications. / Junker, Robert R. (Corresponding author); Kuppler, Jonas; Amo , Luisa; Blande, James D.; Borges, Renee M.; van Dam, N.M.; Dicke, Marcel; Dötterl, Stefan; Ehlers, Bodil K.; Etl, Florian; Gershenzon, Jonathan; Glinwood, Robert; Gols, Rieta; Groot, Astrid T.; Heil, Martin; Hoffmeister, Mathias; Holopainen, Jarmo K.; Jarau, Stefan; John, Lena; Kessler, Andre; Knudsen, Jette T.; Kost, Christian; Larue-Kontic, Anne-Amélie C.; Leonhardt, Sara Diana; Lucas-Barbosa, Dani; Majetic, Cassie J.; Menzel, Florian; Parachnowitsch, Amy L.; Pasquet, Rémy S.; Poelman, Erik H.; Raguso, Robert A.; Ruther, Joachim; Schiestl, Florian P.; Schmitt, Thomas; Tholl, Dorothea; Unsicker, Sybille B.; Verhulst, Niels; Visser, M.E.; Weldegergis, Berhane T.; Köllner, Tobias G.

In: New Phytologist, Vol. 220, No. 3, 2018, p. 739-749.

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Junker, RR, Kuppler, J, Amo , L, Blande, JD, Borges, RM, van Dam, NM, Dicke, M, Dötterl, S, Ehlers, BK, Etl, F, Gershenzon, J, Glinwood, R, Gols, R, Groot, AT, Heil, M, Hoffmeister, M, Holopainen, JK, Jarau, S, John, L, Kessler, A, Knudsen, JT, Kost, C, Larue-Kontic, A-AC, Leonhardt, SD, Lucas-Barbosa, D, Majetic, CJ, Menzel, F, Parachnowitsch, AL, Pasquet, RS, Poelman, EH, Raguso, RA, Ruther, J, Schiestl, FP, Schmitt, T, Tholl, D, Unsicker, SB, Verhulst, N, Visser, ME, Weldegergis, BT & Köllner, TG 2018, 'Covariation and phenotypic integration in chemical communication displays: biosynthetic constraints and eco-evolutionary implications' New Phytologist, vol. 220, no. 3, pp. 739-749. DOI: 10.1111/nph.14505

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Junker, Robert R. ; Kuppler, Jonas ; Amo , Luisa ; Blande, James D. ; Borges, Renee M. ; van Dam, N.M. ; Dicke, Marcel ; Dötterl, Stefan ; Ehlers, Bodil K. ; Etl, Florian ; Gershenzon, Jonathan ; Glinwood, Robert ; Gols, Rieta ; Groot, Astrid T. ; Heil, Martin ; Hoffmeister, Mathias ; Holopainen, Jarmo K. ; Jarau, Stefan ; John, Lena ; Kessler, Andre ; Knudsen, Jette T. ; Kost, Christian ; Larue-Kontic, Anne-Amélie C. ; Leonhardt, Sara Diana ; Lucas-Barbosa, Dani ; Majetic, Cassie J. ; Menzel, Florian ; Parachnowitsch, Amy L. ; Pasquet, Rémy S. ; Poelman, Erik H. ; Raguso, Robert A. ; Ruther, Joachim ; Schiestl, Florian P. ; Schmitt, Thomas ; Tholl, Dorothea ; Unsicker, Sybille B. ; Verhulst, Niels ; Visser, M.E. ; Weldegergis, Berhane T. ; Köllner, Tobias G./ Covariation and phenotypic integration in chemical communication displays: biosynthetic constraints and eco-evolutionary implications. In: New Phytologist. 2018 ; Vol. 220, No. 3. pp. 739-749

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title = "Covariation and phenotypic integration in chemical communication displays: biosynthetic constraints and eco-evolutionary implications",
abstract = "•Chemical communication is ubiquitous. The identification of conserved structural elements in visual and acoustic communication is well established, but comparable information on chemical communication displays (CCDs) is lacking.•We assessed the phenotypic integration of CCDs in a meta-analysis to characterize patterns of covariation in CCDs and identified functional or biosynthetically constrained modules.•Poorly integrated plant CCDs (i.e. low covariation between scent compounds) support the notion that plants often utilize one or few key compounds to repel antagonists or to attract pollinators and enemies of herbivores. Animal CCDs (mostly insect pheromones) were usually more integrated than those of plants (i.e. stronger covariation), suggesting that animals communicate via fixed proportions among compounds. Both plant and animal CCDs were composed of modules, which are groups of strongly covarying compounds. Biosynthetic similarity of compounds revealed biosynthetic constraints in the covariation patterns of plant CCDs.•We provide a novel perspective on chemical communication and a basis for future investigations on structural properties of CCDs. This will facilitate identifying modules and biosynthetic constraints that may affect the outcome of selection and thus provide a predictive framework for evolutionary trajectories of CCDs in plants and animals.",
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AU - Kuppler,Jonas

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AU - Blande,James D.

AU - Borges,Renee M.

AU - van Dam,N.M.

AU - Dicke,Marcel

AU - Dötterl,Stefan

AU - Ehlers,Bodil K.

AU - Etl,Florian

AU - Gershenzon,Jonathan

AU - Glinwood,Robert

AU - Gols,Rieta

AU - Groot,Astrid T.

AU - Heil,Martin

AU - Hoffmeister,Mathias

AU - Holopainen,Jarmo K.

AU - Jarau,Stefan

AU - John,Lena

AU - Kessler,Andre

AU - Knudsen,Jette T.

AU - Kost,Christian

AU - Larue-Kontic,Anne-Amélie C.

AU - Leonhardt,Sara Diana

AU - Lucas-Barbosa,Dani

AU - Majetic,Cassie J.

AU - Menzel,Florian

AU - Parachnowitsch,Amy L.

AU - Pasquet,Rémy S.

AU - Poelman,Erik H.

AU - Raguso,Robert A.

AU - Ruther,Joachim

AU - Schiestl,Florian P.

AU - Schmitt,Thomas

AU - Tholl,Dorothea

AU - Unsicker,Sybille B.

AU - Verhulst,Niels

AU - Visser,M.E.

AU - Weldegergis,Berhane T.

AU - Köllner,Tobias G.

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N2 - •Chemical communication is ubiquitous. The identification of conserved structural elements in visual and acoustic communication is well established, but comparable information on chemical communication displays (CCDs) is lacking.•We assessed the phenotypic integration of CCDs in a meta-analysis to characterize patterns of covariation in CCDs and identified functional or biosynthetically constrained modules.•Poorly integrated plant CCDs (i.e. low covariation between scent compounds) support the notion that plants often utilize one or few key compounds to repel antagonists or to attract pollinators and enemies of herbivores. Animal CCDs (mostly insect pheromones) were usually more integrated than those of plants (i.e. stronger covariation), suggesting that animals communicate via fixed proportions among compounds. Both plant and animal CCDs were composed of modules, which are groups of strongly covarying compounds. Biosynthetic similarity of compounds revealed biosynthetic constraints in the covariation patterns of plant CCDs.•We provide a novel perspective on chemical communication and a basis for future investigations on structural properties of CCDs. This will facilitate identifying modules and biosynthetic constraints that may affect the outcome of selection and thus provide a predictive framework for evolutionary trajectories of CCDs in plants and animals.

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KW - chemical communication

KW - correlation network analysis

KW - floral scents

KW - phenotypic integration

KW - vegetative scents

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