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Abrupt regime shifts in space and time along rivers and connected lake systems / HILT, S.
Titre : Abrupt regime shifts in space and time along rivers and connected lake systems Type de document : texte imprimé Auteurs : HILT, S., Auteur ; KÖHLER, J., Auteur ; KOZERSKI, H.-P., Auteur ; VAN NES, E.H., Auteur ; SCHEFFER, M., Auteur ; HO PRINTING, Singapore, Imprimeur Editeur : AMNET INTERNATIONAL Année de publication : 2011 Note générale : Livre relié carton souple glacé Langues originales : Anglais (eng) Matricule : R369.120(5):766 Références : Oikos, 120(5) : 766-775 Type de sous doc : Autre/Bibliographie Autres ISBN/ISSN : 0030-1299 Etat Projet Digitale2 : Inventaire(s) à traiter Permalink :
Code-barres Cote Support Localisation Section Disponibilité aucun exemplaireAcross ecosystem comparisons of size structure: methods, approaches and prospects / YVON-DUROCHER, G.
Titre : Across ecosystem comparisons of size structure: methods, approaches and prospects Type de document : texte imprimé Auteurs : YVON-DUROCHER, G., Auteur ; PETCHEY, O.L., Auteur ; WOODWARD, G., Auteur ; THIERRY, A., Auteur ; REUMAN, D.C., Auteur ; PERKINS, D.M., Auteur ; EBENMAN, B., Auteur ; BLANCHARD, J., Auteur ; REISS, J., Auteur ; BENTON, T., Editeur scientifique ; HO PRINTING, Singapore, Imprimeur Editeur : AMNET INTERNATIONAL Année de publication : 2011 Note générale : Livre relié carton souple Langues : Anglais (eng) Français (fre) Matricule : R369.120(4):550 Références : Oikos, 120(4) : 550-563 Type de sous doc : Autre/Bibliographie Autres ISBN/ISSN : 0030-1299 Etat Projet Digitale2 : Inventaire(s) à traiter Permalink :
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Titre : Advantages and disadvantages of interference-competitive ability and resource-use efficiency when invading established communities Type de document : texte imprimé Auteurs : HART, S.P., Auteur ; MARSHALL, D.J., Auteur ; BONTE, D., Editeur scientifique ; HO PRINTING, Singapore, Imprimeur Editeur : AMNET INTERNATIONAL Année de publication : 2012 Note générale : Livre relié carton souple Langues : Anglais (eng) Matricule : R369.121(3):396 Références : Oikos, 121(3) : 396-402 Type de sous doc : Bibliographie Autres ISBN/ISSN : 0030-1299 Etat Projet Digitale2 : Inventaire(s) à traiter Permalink :
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Titre : All size classes of soil fauna and litter quality control the acceleration of litter decay in its home environment Type de document : texte imprimé Auteurs : MILCU, A., Auteur ; MANNING, P., Auteur ; HO PRINTING, Singapore, Imprimeur ; BENTON, T., Editeur scientifique Editeur : AMNET INTERNATIONAL Année de publication : 2011 Note générale : Livre relié carton souple Langues : Anglais (eng) Matricule : R369.120(9):1366 Références : Oikos, 120(9) : 1366-1370 Type de sous doc : Bibliographie Autres ISBN/ISSN : 0030-1299 Etat Projet Digitale2 : Inventaire(s) à traiter Permalink :
Code-barres Cote Support Localisation Section Disponibilité aucun exemplaireAmphibian phenotypic variation along a gradient in canopy cover: species differences and plasticity / VAN BUSKIRK, J.
Titre : Amphibian phenotypic variation along a gradient in canopy cover: species differences and plasticity Type de document : texte imprimé Auteurs : VAN BUSKIRK, J., Auteur ; BENTON, T., Editeur scientifique ; HO PRINTING, Singapore, Imprimeur Editeur : AMNET INTERNATIONAL Année de publication : 2011 Note générale : Livre relié carton souple Langues : Anglais (eng) Matricule : R369.120(6):906 Références : Oikos, 120(6) : 906-914 Type de sous doc : Autre/Bibliographie Autres ISBN/ISSN : 0030-1299 Etat Projet Digitale2 : Inventaire(s) à traiter Permalink :
Code-barres Cote Support Localisation Section Disponibilité aucun exemplaireAn allometric model of home range formation explains the structuring of animal communities exploiting heterogeneous resources / BUCHMANN, C.M.
PermalinkAn 'ecological trap'for yellow warbler nest microhabitat selection / LATIF, Q.S.
PermalinkAn ericoid shrub plays a dual role in recruiting both pines and their fungal symbionts along primary succession gradients / GRAU, O.
PermalinkAn experimental test of the defensive role of sticky traps in the carnivorous plant Pinguicula moranensis (Lentibulariaceae) / ALCALA, R.E.
PermalinkAnnual variation of community biomass is lower in more diverse stream fish communities / FRANSSEN, N.R.
PermalinkArctic fox Vulpes lagopus population structure: circompolar patterns and processes / NOREN, K.
PermalinkAre ecologists blind to small things? The missed stories on non-tropical seed predation on feces / MANZANO, P.
PermalinkAre invasive ants better plant-defense mutualists? A comparison of foliage patrolling and herbivory in sites with invasive yellow crazy ants and native weaver ants / LACH, L.
PermalinkAre island and mainland biotas different? Richness and level of generalism in parasitoids of a microlepidopteran in Macaronesia / SANTOS, A.M.C.
PermalinkAre latitudinal clines in body size adaptive? / CRAIG STILLWELL, R.
PermalinkAssessing the functional importance of large-bodied invertebrates in experimental headwater streams / LECERF, A.
PermalinkAssessing the functional turnover of species assemblages with tailored dissimilarity matrices / RICOTTA, C.
PermalinkAssessing the intensity of sexual selection on male body mass and antler length in roe deer Capreolus capreolus: is bigger better in a weakly dimorphic species ? / VANPÉ, C.
PermalinkAvoid nest predation when predation rates are low, and other lessons: testing the tropical-temperate nest predation paradigm / ROPER, J.J.
PermalinkBeyond species area curves: application of a scale-free measure for spatial variability of species richness / LAURIE, H.
PermalinkBiodiversity influences ecosystem functioning in aquatic angiosperm communities / GUSTAFSSON, C.
PermalinkBioturbation by a dominant detritivore in a headwater stream: litter excavation and effects on community structure / CREED, R.P.
PermalinkBird predation alters of desert lizards by parasitic mites / HAWLENA, D.
PermalinkBody mass-abundance relationships are robust to cascading effects in marine food webs / O'GORMAN, E.J.
PermalinkBody mass and sex-biased parasitism in wood mice Apodemus sylvaticus / HARRISON, A.
PermalinkBody size and ecosystem dynamics: an introduction / BLANCHARD, J.L.
PermalinkBody sizes, cumulative and allometric degree distributions across natural food webs / DIGEL, C.
PermalinkBottom-up carbon subsidies and top-down predation pressure interact to affect aquatic food web strucuture / FAITHFULL, C.L.
PermalinkBreeding dispersal strategies following reproductive failure explain low apparent survival of immigrant Temminck's stints / PAKANEN, V.-M.
PermalinkBreeding phenology determines evolutionary transitions in migratory behaviour in finches and allies / TOKOLYI, J.
PermalinkBryophytes display allelopathic interactions with tree species in native forest ecosystems / MICHEL, P.
PermalinkCallocation to the fungus is not a cost to the plant in ectomycorrhizae / CORRÊA, A.
PermalinkCan a breakdown in competition-colonization tradeoffs help explain the success of exotic species in the California flora ? / MOLINA-MONTENEGRO, M.A.
PermalinkCan ecological stoichiometry help explain patterns of biological invasions ? / GONZALEZ, A.L.
PermalinkA canopy dominant ant affects twig-nesting ant assembly in coffee agroecosystems / PHILPOTT, S. M.
PermalinkCapital energy drives production of multiple clutches whereas income energy fuels growth in female collared lizards Crotaphytus collaris / TELEMECO, R.S.
PermalinkCapture-recapture models with heterogeneity to study survival senescence in the wild / PÉRON, G.
PermalinkCarbon and nutrient limitation of soil microorganisms and microbial grazers in a tropical montane rain forest / KRASHEVSKA, V.
PermalinkCascading trait-mediation: disruption of a trait-mediated mutualism by parasite-induced behavioral modification / LIERE, H.
PermalinkClimate and topography drives macroscale biodiversity through land-use change in a human-dominated world / YAMAURA, Y.
PermalinkClimate, trophic interactions, density dependence and carry-over effects on the population productivity of a migratory Arctic herbivorous bird / MORRISSETTE, M.
PermalinkClonal moliblity and its implications for spatio-temporal patterns of plant communities: what do we need to know next ? / ZOBEL, M.
PermalinkCoevolutionary hotspots and coldspots for host sex and parasite local adaptation in a snail-trematode interaction / KING, K.C.
PermalinkCoexistence in the intertidal: interactions between the non-indigenous New Zealand mud snail Potamopyrgus antipodarum and the native estuarine isopod Gnorimosphaeroma insulare / BRENNEIS, V.E.F.
PermalinkCoexistence patterns of benthic gastropods on the Uruguayan shelf / CARRANZA, A.
PermalinkColonization and extinction dynamics of an annual plant metapopulation in an urban environment / DORNIER, A.
PermalinkColonization-extinction dynamics of epixylic lichens along a decay gradient in a dynamic landscape / CARUSO, A.
PermalinkCommunity assembly, natural selection and maximum entropy models / SHIPLEY, B.
PermalinkComparing energetic and dynamic descriptions of a single food web linkage / SOLOMON, C.T.
PermalinkComparing habitat quality within and between environments using giving up densities: an example based on the winter habitat of white-tailed deer Odocoileus virginianus / VICKERY, W.L.
PermalinkComparison of the herbivore defense and competitive ability of ancestral and modern genotypes of an invasive plant, Lespedeza cuneata / BEATON, L.L.
PermalinkCompensating for delayed hatching across consecutive life-history stages in an amphibian / ORIZAOLA, G.
PermalinkCompetition-colonization dynamics of spore-feeding beetles on the long-lived bracket fungi Ganoderma in New Zealand native forest / KADOWAKI, K.
PermalinkCompetition hierarchies among ants and predation by birds jointly determine the strength of multi-species ant-aphid mutualisms / MOONEY, K.A.
PermalinkComplex shifts between food web states in response to whole-ecosystem manipulations / SCHRÖDER, A.
PermalinkComposition and clumping of seeds deposited by frugivorous birds varies between forest microsites / BLENDINGER, P.G.
PermalinkA comprehensive framework for the evaluation of metacommunity structure / PRESLEY, S.J.
PermalinkConnectance determines invasion success via trophic interactions in model food webs / BAISER, B.
PermalinkConsequences of ants and extrafloral nectar for a pollinating seed-consuming mutualism: ant satiation, floral distraction or plant defense? / HOLLAND, J.N.
PermalinkConsumer identity, abundance and nutrient concentration affect epiphyte diversity in an experimental eelgrass system / JASCHINSKI, S.
PermalinkContext-dependency of a complex fruit-frugivore mutualism: temporal variation in crop size and neighborhood effects / PRASAD, S.
PermalinkContrasting community compensatory trends in alternative successional pathways in central Amazonia / NORDEN, N.
PermalinkContrasting tree-ring gowth to climate responses of Abies alba towards the southern limit of its distribution area / CARRER, M.
PermalinkCounterbalancing effects of competition for resources and facilitation against grazing in alpine snowbed communities / SCHÖB, C.
PermalinkCrab herbivory regulates re-colonization of disturbed patches in a southwestern Atlantic salt marsh / DALEO, P.
PermalinkCues for cannibalism: cane toad tadpoles use chemical signals to locate and consume conspecific eggs / CROSSLAND, M.R.
PermalinkDeclining body sizes in North American birds associated with climate change / VAN BUSKIRK, J.
PermalinkDelayed density-dependent onset of spring reproduction in a fluctuating population of field voles / ERGON, T.
PermalinkDelayed local responses of downy birch to damage by leafminers and leafrollers / KOZLOV, M.V.
PermalinkDensity dependence in insect performance within individual plants: induced resistance to Spodoptera exigua in tomato / UNDERWOOD, N.
PermalinkDensity-dependent demographic responses of a semelparous plant to natural variation in seed rain / WASER, N.M.
PermalinkDensity-dependent pre-dispersal seed predation and fruit set in a tropical tree / JONES, F.A.
PermalinkDetecting population heterogeneity in effects of North Atlantic Oscillations on seabird body condition: get into the rhythm / DESCAMPS, S.
PermalinkDeterminants of mortality across a tropical lowland rainforest community / RÜGER, N.
PermalinkDeterminants of the detrital arthropod community structure: the effects of temperature and resources along an environmental gradient / LESSARD, J.-P.
PermalinkDevelopmental responses to variable diet composition in a butterfly: the role of nitrogen, carbohydrates and genotype / MOREHOUSE, N.I.
PermalinkDiet specialisation and foraging efficiency under fluctuating vole abundance: a comparison between generalist and specialist avian predators / TERRAUBE, J.
PermalinkDiet specialization in a fluctuating population of Saduria entomon: a consequence of resource or forager densities ? / SVANBÄCK, R.
PermalinkDietary niche and population dynamic feedbacks in a novel habitat / AGASHE, D.
PermalinkDifferential effects of host plant hybridization on herbivore community structure and grazing pressure on forest canopies / NAKAMURA, M.
PermalinkDifferential risk effects of wolves on wild versus domestic prey have consequences for conservation / MUHLY, T.B.
PermalinkDioecy, hermaphrodites and patogen load in plants / WILLIAMS, A.
PermalinkDirect and indirect food web regulation of microbial decomposers in headwater streams / HARGRAVE, C.W.
PermalinkDirect and indirect interactions among plants explain counterintuitive positive drought effects on an eastern Mediterranean shrub species / SEIFAN, M.
PermalinkDispersal and recruitment limitation in native versus exotic tree species: life-history strategies and Janzen-Connell effects / MARTIN, P.H.
PermalinkDispersal mood revealed by shifts from routine to direct flights in the meadow brown butterfly Maniola jurtina / DELATTRE, T.
PermalinkDisturbance influences the outcome of plant-soil biota interactions in the invasive Acacia longifolia and in native species / CARVALHO, L.M.
PermalinkDo biodiversity and human impact influence the introduction or establishment of alien mammals? / JESCHKE, J.M.
PermalinkDo disturbance and productivity influence evenness of seedling, sapling and adult tree species across a semi-deciduous tropical forest landscape ? / LARPKERN, P.
PermalinkDoes maternal stress influence winter survival of offspring in root voles Microtus oeconomus? A field experiment / BIAN, J.-H.
PermalinkDoes urbanization select for weak competitors in house sparrows? / BÓKONY, V.
PermalinkDoes a warmer lake mean smaller benthic algae ? Evidence against the importance of temperature-size relationships in natural systems / VANDEN BYLLAARDT, J.
PermalinkEcological stoichiometry of Eurasian perch - intraspecific variation due to size, habitat and diet / VREDE, T.
PermalinkEcosystem engineers maintain a rare species of butterfly and increase plant diversity / BARTEL, R.A.
PermalinkEdge effects as the principal cause of area effects on birds in fragmented secondary forest / BANKS-LEITE, C.
PermalinkEffect of the western pearlshell mussel Margaritifera falcata on Pacific lamprey Lampreta tridentata and ecosystem processes / LIMM, M.P.
PermalinkEffects of experimental population extinction for the spatial population dynamics of the butterfly Parnassius smintheus / MATTER, S.F.
PermalinkEffects of forest modification on bird community composition and seed removal in a heterogeneous landscape in South Africa / NEUSCHULZ, E.L.
PermalinkEffects of genetic diversity of grass on insect species diversity at higher trophic levels are not due to cascading diversity effects / JONES, T.S.
PermalinkEffects of multiple competitors for pollination on bumblebee foraging patterns and Mimulus ringens reproductive success / FLANAGAN, R.J.
PermalinkEffects of precipitation on parasite burden along a natural climatic gradient in southern Africa - implications for possible shifts in infestation patterns due to global changes / FROESCHKE, G.
PermalinkEffects of pup age, maternal age, and birth date on pre-weaning survival rates of Weddell seals in Erebus Bay, Antarctica / PROFFITT, K.M.
PermalinkEffects of resource availability and social aggregation on the species richness of raccoon endoparasite infracommunities / MONELLO, R.J.
PermalinkEffects of seasonality, isolation and patch quality for habitat selection processes by mute swans Cygnus olor in a fishpond landscape / GAYET, G.
PermalinkEffects of species-specific interactions with predation risk on the relative species sensitivities to a pesticide in water boatmen (Corixidae) / TREKELS, H.
PermalinkEnemy-free space and the host range of a lichenivorous moth: a field experiment / PÖYKKÖ, H.
PermalinkEnvironmental heterogeneity and spatiotemporal variability in plant defense traits / HAKES, A.S.
PermalinkEpigenetic and phenotypic variability in populations of Schistosoma mansoni - a possible kick-off for adaptive host/parasite evolution / COSSEAU, C.
PermalinkErosion of a pollination mutualism along an environmental gradient in a south Andean treelet, Embothrium coccineum (Proteaceae) / CHALCOFF, V.R.
PermalinkEstablishment success and resulting fitness consequences for vole dispersers / HAHNE, J.
PermalinkEstimate of the seed shadow created by the Asiatic black bear Ursus thibetanus and its characteristics as a seed disperser in Japanases cool-temperate forest / KOIKE, S.
PermalinkEstimating animal behavior and residency from movement data / PEDERSEN, M.W.
PermalinkEvolution of dispersal polymorphism and local adaptation of dispersal distance in spatially structured landscapes / BONTE, D.
PermalinkEvolution of dispersal traits along an invasion route in the wind-dispersed Senecio inaequidens (Asteraceae) / MONTY, A.
PermalinkEvolutionary and organismic constraints on the relationship between spacer lenght and environmental conditions in clonal plants / KLIMEOVÁ, J.
PermalinkEvolutionary regime shifts in simulated ecosystems / WILLIAMS, H.T.P.
PermalinkExperimental design and the outcome and interpretation of diversity-stability relations / CAMPBELL, V.
PermalinkExperimental evidence for host preference in a tick parasitizing songbird nestlings / HEYLEN, D.J.A.
PermalinkExperimental evidence of host race formation in Mitoura butterflies (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) / DOWNEY, M.H.
PermalinkExperimental mixtures of dung fauna affect dung decomposition through complex effects of species interactions / O'HEA, N.M.
PermalinkExperimental plant invasion reduces arthropod abundance and richness across multiple trophic levels / SIMAO, M.C.M.
PermalinkExploitation of asymmetric predator-prey interactions by trophically transmitted parasites / ROSSITER, W.
PermalinkExploring patterns and mechanisms of interspecific and intraspecific variation in body elemental composition of desert consumers / GONZALEZ, A.L.
PermalinkExploring the difficulties of studying futures in ecology: what do ecological scientists think ? / COREAU, A.
PermalinkExtinction cascades and the distribution of species interactions / FOWLER, M.S.
PermalinkFacilitation can maintain clustered spatial pattern of plant populations during density-dependent mortality: insights from a zone-of-influence model / JIA, X.
PermalinkFactors related to the inter-annual variation in plants'pollination generalization levels within a community / LAZARO, A.
PermalinkFarmland as stopover habitat for migrating birds - effects of organic farming and landscape structure / DÄNHARDT, J.
PermalinkFeathermoss seedbeds facilitate black spruce seedling recruitment in the forest-tundra ecotone (Labrador, Canada) / WHEELER, J.A.
PermalinkFish diversity as a determinant of ecosystem properties across multiple trophic levels / CAREY, M.P.
PermalinkFitness consequences of host plant choice: a field experiment / DIAMOND, S.E.
PermalinkFluctuating resource availability increases invasibility in microbial microcosms / LI, W.
PermalinkFood abundance determines distribution and density of a frugivorous bird across seasons / CRAMPTON, L.H.
PermalinkFood availability in beach and marsh habitats and the size of the fiddler crab claw, a sexually selected weapon and signal / McLAIN, D.K.
PermalinkForaging on spatially distributed resources with sub-optimal movement the ideal free distribution / MATSUMURA, S.
PermalinkForaging responses of predators to novel toxic prey: effects of predator learning and relative prey abundance / NELSON, D.W.M.
PermalinkFragments or propagules? reproductive tradeoffs among Callyspongia spp. from Florida coral reefs / LEONG, W.
PermalinkA framework for estimating niche metrics using the resemblance between qualitative resources / DE CÁCERES, M.
PermalinkA framework for understanding physical ecosystem engineering by organisms / JONES, C.G.
PermalinkFree-riders promote free-riding in a real-world setting / RAIHANI, N.J.
PermalinkFriendly food for fitter flies? - Influence of dietary microbial species on food choice and parasitoid resistance in Drosophila / ANAGNOSTOU, C.
PermalinkFruit, flies and filamentous fungi - experimental analysis of animal-microbe competition using Drosophila melanogaster and Aspergillus mould as a model system / TRIENENS, M.
PermalinkFunctional redundancy in a clipping experiment on grassland plant communities / JONER, F.
PermalinkFunctional traits of individual trees reveal ecological constraints on community assembly in tropical rain forests / PAINE, C.E.T.
PermalinkGender-dependent effects of water quality and conspecific density on the feeding rate of fish - facctors behind sexual growth dimorphism / HORPPILA, J.
PermalinkGrazer diversity affects resistance to multiple stressors in an experimental seagrass ecosystem / BLAKE, R.E.
PermalinkGrouse dynamics and harvesting in Kainuu, northeastern Finland / LAMPILA, P.
PermalinkGrowing through predation windows: effects on body size development in young fish / HUSS, M.
PermalinkGulls can change their migratory behavior during lifetime / MARQUES, P.A.M.
PermalinkHabitat microclimates drive fine-scale variation in extreme temperatures / SUGGITT, A.J.
PermalinkHabitat selection and the scale of ghostly coexistence among Arctic rodents / ALE, S.B.
PermalinkHerbivory and plant tolerance: experimental tests of alternative hypotheses involving non-substitutable resources / BAGCHI, S.
PermalinkHost manipulation by parasites: a multidimensional phenomenon / THOMAS, F.
PermalinkHovering sunbirds in the Old World: occasional behaviour or evolutionary trend ? / JANECEK, S.
PermalinkHow allometric scaling relates to soil abiotics / MULDER, C.
PermalinkHow area restricted search of a pelagic seabird changes while performing a dual foraging strategy / PAIVA, V.H.
PermalinkHow enrichment, ecosystem size, and their effects on species richness co-determine the stability of microcosm communities / LI, W.
PermalinkHow important are climate-induced changes in host availability for population processes in an obligate brood parasite, the European cuckoo? / DOUGLAS, D.J.T.
PermalinkHow many flowering plants are pollinated by animals? / OLLERTON, J.
PermalinkHow to balance the offspring quality-quantity tradeoff when environmental cues are unreliable / FISCHER, B.
PermalinkIdentifying hotspots of parasite diversity from species-area relationships: host phylogeny versus host ecology / POULIN, R.
PermalinkImpact of dispersal status on estimates of local population growth rates in a Temminck's stint Calidris temminckii population / PAKANEN, V.-M.
PermalinkImpacts of a simulated heat wave on composition of a marine community / SORTE, C.J.B.
PermalinkImprovement of reproductive performance with age and breeding experience depends on recruitment age in a long-lived seabird / LIMMER, B.
PermalinkImproving indicator species analysis by combining groups of sites / DE CÁCERES, M.
PermalinkIncorporating environmental change over succession in an integral projection model of population dynamics of a forest herb / DAHLGREN, J.P.
PermalinkIncorporating the process of vertical transmission into understanding of host-symbiont dynamics / GUNDEL, P.E.
PermalinkIncreased N affects P uptake of eight grassland species: the role of root surface phosphatase activity / FUJITA, Y.
PermalinkIncreased propensity for aerial dispersal in disturbed habitats due to intraspecific variation and species turnover / ENTLING, M.H.
PermalinkIndependent species in independent niches behave neutrally / HAEGEMAN, B.
PermalinkIndependent species in independent niches behave neutrally: a response / CHISHOLM, R.A.
PermalinkInfection syndrome and multidimensionality: two terms for two different issues / THOMAS, F.
PermalinkInfluence of predator-specific defense adaptation on intraguild predation / NAKAZAWA, T.
PermalinkInsect biological control accelerates leaf litter decomposition and alters short-term nutrient dynamics in a Tamarix-invaded riparian ecosystem / USELMAN, S.M.
PermalinkInsights from the eco-physiological book of records: Bewick's swans outperform the canonical intake-maximizing vertebrate / KLAASSEN, M.
PermalinkIntegrating elements and energy through the metabolic dependencies of gross efficiency and the threshold elemental ratio / DOI, H.
PermalinkInteracting effect of woles and climate on recruitment in a northern mountain caribou population / HEGEL, T.M.
PermalinkInteractions between root and shoot herbivores of Ammophila arenaria in the laboratory do not translate into correlated abundances in the field / VANDEGEHUCHTE, M.L.
PermalinkInteractions between the information content of different chemical cues affect induced defences in tadpoles / HETTYEY, A.
PermalinkInteractive effects of N:P ratios and light on nitrogen-fixer abundance / DE TEZANOS PINTO, P.
PermalinkInteractive effects of senescence and natural disturbance on the annual survival probabilities of snail kites / REICHERT, B.E.
PermalinkInteractive effects of vegetation type and elevation on aboveground and belowground properties in a subarctic tundra / SUNDQVIST, M.K.
PermalinkInterpreting multidimensionality in parasite-induced phenotypic alterations: panselectionism versus parsimony / CEZILLY, F.
PermalinkInterspecific aggregation of ectoparasites on bats: importance of host as habitats supersedes interspecific interactions / PRESLEY, S.J.
PermalinkIntra-cohort cannibalism and size bimodality: a balance between hatching synchrony and resource feedbacks / HUSS, M.
PermalinkIntraguild interactions among generalist predator functional groups drive impact on herbivore and decomposer prey / SANDERS, D.
PermalinkIntrinsic competition between two secondary hyperparasitoids results in temporal trophic swtich / HARVEY, J.A.
PermalinkInvasive plants do not display greater phenotypic plasticity than their native or non-invasive counterparts: a meta-analysis / PALACIO-LÓPEZ, K.
PermalinkLeaf domatia: carbon-limited indirect defence? / O'CONNELL, D.M.
PermalinkLeaf mines as visual defensive signals to herbivores / YAMAZAKI, K.
PermalinkLife history of breeding partners alters age-related changes of reproductive traits in a natural population of blue tits / AULD, J.R.
PermalinkLife history strategy in herbaceous perennials: inferring demographic patterns from the aboveground dynamics of a primarily subterranean, myco-heterotrophic orchid / SHEFFERSON, R.P.
PermalinkLife history variation in Arabidopsis lyrata across its range: effects of climate, population size and herbivory / VERGEER, P.
PermalinkLike moths to a street lamp: exaggerated animal densities in plot-level global change field experiments / MOISE, E.R.D.
PermalinkLimits to the niche and range margins of alien species / ALEXANDER, J.M.
PermalinkLinking soil food web structure to above- and belowground ecosystem processes: a meta-analysis / SACKETT, T.E.
PermalinkLiving in the litter: the influence of tree litter on wetland communities / STOLER, A.B.
PermalinkLocal interactions drive size dependent space competition between coral and crustose coralline algae / BUENAU, K.E.
PermalinkLong-term zooplankton responses to nutrient and consumer subsidies arising from migratory sockeye salmon Oncorhynchus nerka / CHEN, G.
PermalinkLoss of pathogens in threatened plant species / GIBSON, A.K.