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Browsing by Subject "intraspecific competition"
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(British Ecological Society, 2012)1. In the face of human-induced declines in the abundance of common species, ecologists have become interested in quantifying how changes in density affect rates of biophysical processes, hence ecosystem function. We ...
Top-down control of prey increases with drying disturbance in ponds: a consequence of non-consumptive interactions? (British Ecological Society, 2013)1. Biotic interactions are often expected to decrease in intensity as abiotic conditions become more stressful to organisms. However, in many cases, food-web and habitat complexity also change with abiotic stress or ...