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How does a rooted-to-the-spot plant escape the attentions of would-be herbivores?

Nigel Chaffey spots an interesting review in the Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. Plants aren't static, but have sophisticated reactions to stimuli. It doesn't even have to be directly related. A stimulus here can trigger a reaction there to combat what looks like an unrelated problem.
The answer is blowin’ in the wind… How does a rooted-to-the-spot plant escape the attentions of would-be herbivores? Well, according to Kazuo Yamazaki in his review straightforwardly entitled
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