Induced defence Delayed induced defence (DIR) or long-term induction (LTI) involves changes in a tree that usually occur one or more years after herbivorous attack. In addition, DIR seldom occurs with minor herbivory. It requires severe herbivory to elicit significant long-term plant responses. Evidence also exists that various experiences can trigger DIR. It occurs in
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