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  Slide35.jpg - After the tobacco moth pollinates the tobacco plant, it lays eggs on them. The eggs hatch and become worms that eat the leaves. To defend itself the tobacco produces fragrances that attract predator beetles that prey on the worms.  
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22 May 2013
After the tobacco moth pollinates the tobacco plant, it lays eggs on them. The eggs hatch and become worms that eat the leaves. To defend itself, the plant produces fragrances that attract predator beetles that prey on the worms.

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