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About berrigan and charnov's life-history puzzle / PERRIN, N.
Titre : About berrigan and charnov's life-history puzzle Titre original : R369.73(1):137 Type de document : texte imprimé Auteurs : PERRIN, N., Auteur ; MALMER, N., Editeur scientifique ; PRINTED IN DENMARK BY AIO PRINT LTD., Imprimeur Editeur : Copenhag : MUNKSGAARD INTERNATIONAL BOOKSELLERS AND PUBLISHER Année de publication : 1995 Note générale : Livre broché carton souple
Langues originales : Anglais (eng) Matricule : R369.73(1):137 Références : Oikos, 73(1) : 137-139 Type de sous doc : Aucun Etat Projet Digitale2 : Inventaire(s) à traiter Permalink :
Code-barres Cote Support Localisation Section Disponibilité aucun exemplaireAccumulation and use of nitrogen and phosphorus following fertilization in two alpin tundra communities / BOWMAN, W.D.
Titre : Accumulation and use of nitrogen and phosphorus following fertilization in two alpin tundra communities Titre original : R369.70(2):261 Type de document : texte imprimé Auteurs : BOWMAN, W.D., Auteur ; MALMER, N., Editeur scientifique ; PRINTED IN DENMARK BY AIO PRINT LTD., Imprimeur Editeur : Copenhag : MUNKSGAARD INTERNATIONAL BOOKSELLERS AND PUBLISHER Année de publication : 1994 Note générale : Livre broché carton souple
Langues originales : Anglais (eng) Matricule : R369.70(2):261 Références : Oikos, 70(2) : 261-270 Type de sous doc : Aucun Etat Projet Digitale2 : Inventaire(s) à traiter Permalink :
Code-barres Cote Support Localisation Section Disponibilité aucun exemplaireAllometry, adaptation, and the growth and development of sexually dimorphic birds / TEATHER, K.L.
Titre : Allometry, adaptation, and the growth and development of sexually dimorphic birds Titre original : R369.71(3):515 Type de document : texte imprimé Auteurs : TEATHER, K.L., Auteur ; MALMER, N., Editeur scientifique ; PRINTED IN DENMARK BY AIO PRINT LTD., Imprimeur ; WEATHERHEAD, P.J., Auteur Editeur : Copenhag : MUNKSGAARD INTERNATIONAL BOOKSELLERS AND PUBLISHER Année de publication : 1994 Note générale : Livre broché carton souple
Langues originales : Anglais (eng) Matricule : R369.71(3):515 Références : Oikos, 71(3) : 515-525 Type de sous doc : Aucun Etat Projet Digitale2 : Inventaire(s) à traiter Permalink :
Code-barres Cote Support Localisation Section Disponibilité aucun exemplaireAn experimental study of phenotypic platicity in the clutch size of a lizard / JAMES, C.D.
Titre : An experimental study of phenotypic platicity in the clutch size of a lizard Titre original : R369.70(1):49 Type de document : texte imprimé Auteurs : JAMES, C.D., Auteur ; MALMER, N., Editeur scientifique ; PRINTED IN DENMARK BY AIO PRINT LTD., Imprimeur ; WHITFORD, W.G., Auteur Editeur : Copenhag : MUNKSGAARD INTERNATIONAL BOOKSELLERS AND PUBLISHER Année de publication : 1994 Note générale : Livre broché carton souple
Langues originales : Anglais (eng) Mots-clés : The study was conducted on the U.S. Dept of Agriculture Jornada Experimental Range 50 km north of Las Cruces in southern New Mexico USA Matricule : R369.70(1):49 Références : Oikos, 70(1) : 49-56 Type de sous doc : Aucun Etat Projet Digitale2 : Inventaire(s) à traiter Permalink :
Code-barres Cote Support Localisation Section Disponibilité aucun exemplaireAn index of evenness and its associated diversity measure / BULLA, L.
Titre : An index of evenness and its associated diversity measure Titre original : R369.70(1):167 Type de document : texte imprimé Auteurs : BULLA, L., Auteur ; MALMER, N., Editeur scientifique ; PRINTED IN DENMARK BY AIO PRINT LTD., Imprimeur Editeur : Copenhag : MUNKSGAARD INTERNATIONAL BOOKSELLERS AND PUBLISHER Année de publication : 1994 Note générale : Livre broché carton souple
Langues originales : Anglais (eng) Matricule : R369.70(1):167 Références : Oikos, 70(1) : 167-171 Type de sous doc : Aucun Etat Projet Digitale2 : Inventaire(s) à traiter Permalink :
Code-barres Cote Support Localisation Section Disponibilité aucun exemplaireAnalysis of scale-dependent processes with dimensionless ratios / HORNE, J.K.
PermalinkAnomalous responses of plants to CO2 enrichment / LOEHLE, C.
PermalinkAntiherbivore defense of myrmecophytic Cecropia under different light regimes / FOLGARAIT, P.J.
PermalinkAre functional classifications different for marine vs terrestrial plants ? a reply to grime / STENECK, R.S.
PermalinkAre large predators keystone in Neotropical forests? The evidence from Barro Colorado Island / WRIGHT, S.J.
PermalinkAssociation of polyphagy in leafhoppers (Auchenorrhyncha, Hemiptera) with unpredictable environments / NOVOTNÝ, V.
PermalinkAvian community dynamics are discordant in space and time / BÖHNING-GAESE, K.
PermalinkBenefits of prolonged male residence with mates and brood in pine engravers (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) / REID, M.L.
PermalinkBiogeography of woody plant chemical defense against snowshoe hare browsing: comparison of Alaska and eastern North America / BRYANT, J.P.
PermalinkBody size, insectivory and abundance in assemblages of small mammals / COTGREAVE, P.
PermalinkCan one use nested subset pattern to reject the random sample hypothesis? Examples from boreal bird communities / ANDRÉN, H.
PermalinkCarotenoids, parasites, and sexual selection / LOZANO, G.A.
PermalinkCarryover effects on interclonal compettion in the grass Holcus lanatus : a response surface analysis / BULLOCK, J.M.
PermalinkCauses and consequences of seasonal variation in pollen limitation of seed production in blandfordia grandiflora (Liliaceae) / RAMSEY, M.
PermalinkCheating in an obligate mutualism : how often fo yucca moths benefit juccas ? / ADDICOTT, J.F.
PermalinkChemical cues from piscivores induce a change in morphology in crucian carp / BRÖNMARK, C.
PermalinkColonization of experimental patches in a mown grassland / ARNTHÓRSDÓTTIR, S.
PermalinkCommunication between the first and third trophic levels : an analysis using biological signalling theory / GODFRAY, H.C.J.
PermalinkCompetition between plant populations at low and high nutrient supplies / BERENDSE, F.
PermalinkCompetition, facilitation, seed distribution and the origin of patches in a Patagonian steppe / AGUIAR, M.R.
PermalinkCompetition, succession and pattern in fungal communities: towards a cellular automaton model / HALLEY, J.M.
PermalinkCompetitive asymmetry and coexistence in size-structured populations of brook trout and spring salamanders / RESETARITS, W.J.
PermalinkCost of seed production in the perennial herbs Geranium maculatum and G. sylvaticum: an experimental field study / ÅGREN, J.
PermalinkCumulative effects on the reproductive output of Pistacia terebinthus (Anacardiaceae) / TRAVESET, A.
PermalinkDelineation of ecological boundaries : comparison of approaches and significance tests / FORTIN, M.J.
PermalinkDensity dependence in time series of the fossorial form of the water vole, Arvicola terrestris / SAUCY, F.
PermalinkDensity-dependent habitat selection : evaluation of the isodar mathod / OVADIA, O.
PermalinkDevelopment of the decomposer food-web, trophic relationships, and ecosystem properties during a three-year primary succession in sawdust / WARDLE, D.A.
PermalinkDifferential growth, allocation and photosynthetic responses of Polygonum viviparum to simulated environmental change at a high arctic polar semi-desert / WOOKEY, P.A.
PermalinkDispersal distances of nuthatches, sitta europaea, in a highly fragmented forest habitat / MATTHYSEN, E.
PermalinkDispersal of seeds from Chasmogamous and cleistogamous flowers in an ant-dispersed neotropical herb / LE CORFF, J.
PermalinkDispersal quality in plants : how to measure efficiency and effectiveness of a seed disperser / BUSTAMANTE, R.O.
PermalinkDo sex-related differences in response to environmental variation influence the sex-ratio in the dioecious Rumex acetosella? / HOUSSARD, C.
PermalinkDoes kinship influence density dependence in a larval salamander? / WALLS, S.C.
PermalinkECOGRAPHY / JONASSON, S.
PermalinkEcological research at the beginning of the next century / MALMER, N.
PermalinkEctotherms, time and temperature : reaction norms for age and size at maturity / ERNSTING, G.
PermalinkEffect of clipping, benomyl, and genet on 14C transfer between mycorrhizal plants / WATERS, J.R.
PermalinkEffect of temperature on the expression of the medionigra phenotype of the moth Panaxia dominula (Lepidoptera: Arctiidae) / OWEN, D.F.
PermalinkEffects of avian foraging and post-foraging behavior on seed dispersal patterns of Asha juniper / CHAVEZ-RAMIREZ, F.
PermalinkEffects of clipping on size and tillering of native and African grasses of the Brazilian savannas (the cerrado) / KLINK, C.A.
PermalinkEffects of habitat fragmentation on birds and mammals in landscapes with different proportions of suitable habitat: a review / ANDRÉN, H.
PermalinkEffects of the length of the snow-free period on leaf longevity in alpine shrubs : a cost-benefit model / KIKUZAWA, K.
PermalinkEndophyte - the misuse of an old term / WENNSTRÖM, A.
PermalinkEstimating costs and benefits of the pyrrolizidine alkaloids of Senecio jacobaea under natural conditions / VRIELING, K.
PermalinkEvolutionary changes of ecological traits of bacterial populations through predator-mediated competition 1. Experimental analysis / NAKAJIMA, T.
PermalinkEvolutionary changes of ecological traits of bacterial populations through predator-mediated competition 2. Theoretical considerations / NAKAJIMA, T.
PermalinkExtremely precise sex ratios in small clutches of a bethylid wasp / MORGAN? D.J.W.
PermalinkFitness, population growth rate and flowering in Carex bigelowii, a clonal sedge / WIKBERG, S.
PermalinkFitness variation in an invading parthenogenetic cockroach / NIKLASSON, M.
PermalinkForaging efficiencies of competing rodents : why do gerbils exhibit shared-preference habitat selection ? / ZIV, Y.
PermalinkForaging strategy of the giant rams-horn snall, Marisa cornuarietis : an interpretive model / GRANTHAM, Ö.K.
PermalinkFrugivory and seed dispersal by the lizard Gallotia galloti (Lacertidae) in a xeric habitat of the Canary Islands / VALIDO, A.
PermalinkFruit choice in migrating North American birds: field and aviary experiments / WHELAN, C.J.
PermalinkFunctional types : a comment on steneck and dethier (1994) / GRIME, J.P.
PermalinkGame theory models of competition in closed systems: asymmetries in fighting and competitive ability / COLEGRAVE, N.
PermalinkGene flow and pollinator behaviour in Silene dioica populations / WESTERBERGH, A.
PermalinkGermination, predation and dispersal of Acacia albida seeds / HAUSER, T.P.
PermalinkGrazing and the phenology of flowering and fruiting in a montane grassland in Argentina: a niche approach / DIAZ, S.
PermalinkGuild organisation and morphology of high-altitude granivorous and insectivorous birds : convergent evolution in an extreme environment / LANDMANN, A.
PermalinkHabitat choice in breeding seabirds: when to cross the information barrier / FORBES, L.S.
PermalinkHabitat selection in the Eurasian red squirrel, Sciurus vulgaris, in relation to forest fragmentation / ANDRÉN, H.
PermalinkHaematozoan parasites, mating systems and colourful plumages in songbirds / JOHN, J.L.
PermalinkHerbivory, inducible defence and population oscillations: a preliminary theoretical analysis / LUNDBERG, S.
PermalinkHierarchical selection and fitness in modular and clonal organisms / PEDERSEN, B.
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PermalinkIdentifying delayed density dependence in time-series data / HOLYOAK, M.
PermalinkImpact of a bud-galling midge on bud populations of Salix exigua / DECLERCK-FLOATE, R.
PermalinkImportance of direct and indirect effects in the interaction between a parasitic angiosperm (Cuscuta epithynum) and its host plant (Hormathophylla spinosa) / GOMEZ, J.M.
PermalinkIn harmony with the earth rotation: is 1 kg equal to 1 year in mammals? / VINOGRADOV, A.E.
PermalinkInteractions among grasshoppers (orthoptera : acrididae) in intermountain grassland of western North America / EVANS, E.W.
PermalinkInteractive effects of extent and timing of defoliation, and nutrient supply on reproduction in a chemically protected annual Senecio vulgaris / OBESO, J.R.
PermalinkInterspecific spatial overlap / M'CLOSKEY, R.T.
PermalinkIntrasexual competition and spacing behaviour in male field voles, microtus agrostis, under constant female density and spatial distribution / NELSON, J.
PermalinkJohn Lawton's View from the Park 12. What will you give up? / LAWTON, J.H.
PermalinkKill thy neighbour : an individualistic argument for the evolution of flammability / BOND, W.J.
PermalinkKin discrimination and cannibalism in water striders (Heteroptera: Gerridae): another look / CÁRCAMO, H.A.
PermalinkLandscape ecology and the marine environment : how spatial configuration of seagrass habitat influences growth and survival of the bay scallop / IRLANDI, E.A.
PermalinkLatitudinal patterns in consumption of woody plants by snowhoe hares in the eastern United States / SWIHART, R.K.
PermalinkLife history differences between central and marginal populations of the clonal aquatic plant Ranunculus lingua: a reciprocal transplant experiment / JOHANSSON, M.E.
PermalinkLifetime reproductive success and its correlates in female Eurasian red squirrels / WAUTERS, L.A.
PermalinkLigninolysis and nitrification in vitro by a nitrotolerant and a nitrophobic decomposer basidiomycete / KUYPER, T.W.
PermalinkLimiting factors for seed production and phenotypic gender in the gynodioecous species Echium vulgare (Boraginaceae) / KLINKHAMER, P.G.L.
PermalinkLong-term dynamics of hazel grouse populations in source- and sink-dominated pristine taiga landscapes / BESHKAREV, A.B.
PermalinkMisconceptions or misreadings? Missing the real issues about the IFD / GRAY, R.D.
PermalinkMites and blowflies decrease growth and survival in nestling pied flycatvchers / MERINO, S.
PermalinkModelling dispersal distances in a soil gradient: the influence of metal resistance, competition, and experience / BENGTSSON, G.
PermalinkMore on juvenile dispersal in mammals / WOLFF, J.O.
PermalinkNickel hyperaccumulated by Thlaspi montanum var. montanum is acutely toxic to an insect herbivore / BOYD, R.S.
PermalinkNitrogen immobilization by decomposing woody debris and the recovery of tropical wet forest from hurricane damage / ZIMMERMAN, J.K.
PermalinkA null model for neighborhood models od plant competitive interactions / ELLISON, A.M.
PermalinkOptimizing fat reserves over the entire winter: a dynamic model / BEDNEKOFF, P.A.
PermalinkParasite manipulation of host behaviour: should hosts always lose? / POULIN, R.
PermalinkParasitism and white-tailed deer: timing and components of female reproduction / MULVEY, M.
PermalinkPatterns od survival, growth and maturation in turtles / SHINE, R.
PermalinkPhloem-feeding specialists sharinf a host tree : resource partitioning minimizes interference competition among galling aphid species / INBAR, M.
PermalinkPhosphate uptake in arctic plants in relation to phosphate supply: the role of spatial and temporal variability / KIELLAND, K.
PermalinkA phylogenetic approach to reversed size dimorphism in diurnal raptors / PATON, P.W.C.
PermalinkPlant community structure, and its relation to the vertical complexity of communities: dominance/diversity and spatial rank consistency / WATKINS, A.J.
PermalinkPlasticity in metamorphic traits of natterjack tadpoles: the interactive effects of density and pond duration / TEJEDO, M.
PermalinkPlasticity in morphology and biomass allocation in Cynodon dactylon, a grass species forming stolons and rhizomes / DONG, M.
PermalinkPlumage redness in redpoll finches does not reflect hemoparasitic infection / SEUTIN, G.
PermalinkPollinator preference for symmetrical flowers and sexual selection in plants / MØLLER, A.P.
PermalinkPopulation dynamic consequences of competitive symmetry in annual plants / SCHWINNING, S.
PermalinkPotential benefits of herbivore behaviour inducing amelioration of food-plant quality / TUOMI, J.
PermalinkPrecocious breeding in female common voles and its relevance to rodent fluctuations / TKADLEC, E.
PermalinkPredispersal seed predation in Leguminous species : seed morphology and bruchid distribution / SZENTESI, A.
PermalinkPrey choice of omnivorous canvasbacks: imperfectly optimal ducks? / BALL, J.P.
PermalinkReaction norms for age and size at maturity in response to temperature: a puzzle for life historians / BERRIGAN, D.
PermalinkReaffirming the validity of the assembly rule for functional groups or guilds : a reply to wilson / FOX, B.J.
PermalinkRegulation of parental investment in a long-lived seabird, the puffin Fratercula arctica: an experiment / JOHNSEN, I.
PermalinkReinventing the wheel: analysis of sexual dimorphism in body size / RANTA, E.
PermalinkRelationships between life histories of leafhoppers (Auchenorrhyncha - hemiptera) and their host plants (Juncaceae, Cyperaceae, Poaceae) / NOVOTNÝ, V.
PermalinkRemoval rates of seeds of five myrmecochorous plants by the ant Formica polyctena (Hymenoptera : Formicidae) / GORB, S.N.
PermalinkResource allocation to young : seasonal patterns within and between Gammarus duebeni populations / DUNN, A.M.
PermalinkResources for long-distance migration of knots Calidris canutus islandica and C.c. canutus: how broad is the temporal exploitation window of benthic prey in the western and eastern Wadden Sea? / PIERSMA, T.
PermalinkRetention time and the functional response of beavers / FRYXELL, J.M.
PermalinkA review of the drift and activity responses of stream prey to presator presence / WOOSTER, D.
PermalinkScale and food-web structure - from local to global / MARTINEZ, N.D.
PermalinkScale and general laws of vegetation dynamics / BRAND, T.
PermalinkScale effects on impact factors of scientific journal : ecology compared to other fields / STATZNER, B.
PermalinkSeasonal decline in collared flycatcher Ficedula albicollis reproductive sucess: an experimental approach / WIGGINS, D.A.
PermalinkSelective grazing of hairless Silene dioica plants by land gastropods / WESTERBERGH, A.
PermalinkSelf-recognition by the parasitic wasp Itoplectis naranyae (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae) / UENO, T.
PermalinkSex-biased herbivory in arroyo willow: are there general patterns among herbivores? / BOECKLEN, W.J.
PermalinkShould a plant always signal its defence against herbivores? / AUGNER, M.
PermalinkShredder-collector facilitation in stream detrital food webs : is there enough evidence ? / HEARD, S.B.
PermalinkSize distributions of butterfly species and the effect of latitude on species sizes / BARLOW, N.D.
PermalinkSmall scale disturbances and the maintenance of species diversity in Mediterranean old fields / LAVOREL, S.
PermalinkSmall-scale dynamics and insect diversity on plants / STRAW, N.A.
PermalinkSome good reasons to ban the use of noes, loec and related concepts in ecotoxicology / LASKOWSKI, R.
PermalinkSpatial and temporal variation in the avian-frugivore assemblage of Prunus mahaleb: patterns and consequences / JORDANO, P.
PermalinkSpatial patterning in young stands of Pinus sylvestris in relation to mortality caused by the snow blight pathogen Phacidium infestans / BURDON, J.J.
PermalinkSpatio-temporal dispersal strategies and annual plant species coexistence in a structured landscape / LAVOREL, S.
PermalinkStability may decrease with diversity in grassland communities: empirical evidence from the 1986 Cantabrian Mountains (Spain) drought / RODRÍGUEZ, M.A.
PermalinkSuccession, environmental fluctuations, and stability in experimentally manipulated microalgal communities / RODRÍGUEZ, M.A.
PermalinkSupplemental food alters egg size hierarchies within harrier clutches / SIMMONS, R.E.
PermalinkSynchronous dynamics of microtine rodent populations on islands in Lake Inari in northern Fennoscandia: evidence for regulation by mustelid predators / HEIKKILÄ, J.
PermalinkSystematic increase in pollen carryover and its consequences for geitonogamy in plant populations / MORRIS, W.F.
PermalinkTannins in Mediterranean woodland species: lack of response to browsing and thinning / PEREVOLOTSKY, A.
PermalinkThe costs and benefits of Acacia seed consumption by ungulates / MILLER, M.F.
PermalinkThe distribution of body sizes of the world's bird species / BLACKBURN, T.M.
PermalinkThe dynamics and relative strength of bottom-up vs top-down impacts in a community of subtropical lake plankton / MATVEEV, V.
PermalinkThe effect of ant-attendance on the foraging behaviour of the aphid paraditoid Lysiphlebus cardui / VÖLKL, W.
PermalinkThe effect of the systemic smut Urocystis carcinodes on the long-lived herb Actaea spicata / WENNSTRÖM, A.
PermalinkThe effect of vertebrate granivores and folivores on plant community structure in the Chihuahuan Desert / GUO, Q.
PermalinkThe effects of long-term manipulation of nutrient supply on competition between the seagrasses thalassia testudinum and halodule wright II in Forida Bay / FOURQUREAN, J.W.
PermalinkThe fence effect reconsidered / OSTFELD, R.S.
PermalinkThe impact of herbivory and competition on the phenolic concentration and palability of juvenile birches / HJÄLTÉN, J.
PermalinkThe importance of needle terpene composition in determining the macrolepidoptera species richness of Canadian conifers / HATCHER, P.E.
PermalinkThe influence of egg size on offspring performance in the seed beetle, Callosobruchus maculatus / FOX, C.W.
PermalinkThe relationship between population density and body size : the role of extinction and mobility / EBENMAN, B.
PermalinkThe relationship between species richness and community biomass: the importance of environmental variables / GOUGH, L.
PermalinkThe riverine productivity model: an heuristic view of carbon sources and organic processing in large river ecosystems / THORP, J.H.
PermalinkThe seasonal decline in clutch size: an experimental with supplementary food in the kestrel, Falco tinnunculus / APARICIO, J.M.
PermalinkThe significance of egg size variation in butterflies in relation to hostplant quality / BRABY, M.F.
PermalinkThe significance of internal nutrient cycling in branches for growth and reproduction of Rhododendron lapponicum / KARLSSON, P.S.
PermalinkThe trapping success of a carnivorous plant, Pinguicula vallisneriifolia : the cumulative effects of availability, attraction, retention and robbery of prey / ZAMORA, R.
PermalinkTop-down effects in soybean agroesystems : spider density affects herbivore damage / CARTER, P.E.
PermalinkTrade-offs and constraints in plant-herbivore defense theory: a life-history perspective / MOLE, S.
PermalinkTrophic control of fishless ponds by tiger salamander larvae / HOLOMUZKI, J.R.
PermalinkTropical forest litter decomposition under seasonal drought: nutrient release, fungi and bacteria / CORNEJO, F.H.
PermalinkUntangling the causes of disappeatance from a local population of boot voles, microtus oeconomus : a test of the regional synchrony hypotehsis / STEEN, H.
PermalinkVariance in species richness, species association, and niche limitation / PALMER, M.W.
PermalinkVariation in plastic response to a salinity gradient within a population of the halophytic plant Spergularia marina / REDBO-TORSTENSSON, P.
PermalinkVertebrate herbivores and northern plant communities: reciprocal influences and responses / JEFFERIES, R.L.
PermalinkVertebrate natal dispersal: the problem of non-independence of siblings / MASSOT, M.
PermalinkVole cycles, snow depth and fox predation / LINDSTRÖM, E.R.
PermalinkWebbing and wiwacs / LAWTON, J.
PermalinkWhat do species do in ecosystems? / LAWTON, J.H.
PermalinkWhy does a branch suffer more after branch-wide than after tree-wide defoliation? / HONKANEN, T.
PermalinkWhy the definition of eusociality is not helpful to understand its evolution and what should we do about it / GADAGKAR, R.
PermalinkWind dispersal capacity of pine seeds and the evolution of different seed dispersal modes in pines / BENKMAN, C.W.
PermalinkWing morphology of a forest damselfly is related to landscape structure / TAYLOR, P.D.
PermalinkWithin-tree and among-tree variation in leaf characteristics of mountain birch and its implications for herbivory / SUOMELA, J.
PermalinkWorker size polymorphism conditioning size matching in two sympatric seed-harvesting ants / RETANA, J.
PermalinkWound-induced proteinase inhibitors in grey alder (Alnus incana): a defence mechanism against attacking insects / SELDAL, T.