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  1. Altered rainfall patterns reduce plant fitness and disrupt interactions between below- and aboveground insect herbivores

    Aguirrebengoa, M., Menéndez, R., Müller, C. & González-Megías, A., 31/05/2020, In : Ecosphere. 11, 5, 14 p., e03127.

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  2. Nutrient availability controls the impact of mammalian herbivores on soil carbon and nitrogen pools in grasslands

    Sitters, J., Wubs, E. R. J., Bakker, E. S., Crowther, T. W., Adler, P. B., Bagchi, S., Bakker, J. D., Biederman, L., Borer, E. T., Cleland, E. E., Eisenhauer, N., Firn, J., Gherardi, L., Hagenah, N., Hautier, Y., Hobbie, S. E., Knops, J. M. H., MacDougall, A. S., McCulley, R. L., Moore, J. L. & 10 others, Mortensen, B., Peri, P. L., Prober, S. M., Riggs, C., Risch, A. C., Schütz, M., Seabloom, E. W., Siebert, J., Stevens, C. J. & Veen, G. F., 1/04/2020, In : Global Change Biology. 26, 4, p. 2060-2071 12 p.

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  3. Synchronous biological feedbacks in parrotfishes associated with pantropical coral bleaching

    Taylor, B. M., Benkwitt, C. E., Choat, H., Clements, K. D., Graham, N. A. J. & Meekan, M. G., 31/03/2020, In : Global Change Biology. 26, 3, p. 1285-1294 10 p.

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  4. Jasmonic acid-dependent regulation of seed dormancy following maternal herbivory in Arabidopsis

    Singh, P., Dave, A., Vaistij, F., Worrall, D., Holroyd, G. H., Wells, J., Kaminski, F., Graham, I. & Roberts, M. R., 06/2017, In : New Phytologist. 214, 4, p. 1702-1711 10 p.

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  5. Global diversity of marine macroalgae: environmental conditions explain less variation in the tropics

    Keith, S., Kerswell, A. S. P. & Connolly, S. R., 05/2014, In : Global Ecology and Biogeography. 23, 5, p. 517-529 13 p.

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  6. Leaf-cutting ants as ecosystem engineers: topsoil and litter perturbations around Atta cephalotes nests reduce nutrient availability

    Meier, S., Neubauer, M., Sayer, E., Leal, I., Tabarelli, M. & Wirth, R., 10/2013, In : Ecological Entomology. 38, 5, p. 497-504 8 p.

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  7. Biological flora of the British Isles: Campanula rotundifolia

    Stevens, C., McAllister, H. & Wilson, J., 05/2012, In : Journal of Ecology. 100, 3, p. 821-839 19 p.

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  8. Isoprene emissions influence herbivore feeding decisions

    Laothawornkitkul, J., Paul, N. D., Vickers, C. E., Possell, M., Taylor, J. E., Mullineaux, P. M. & Hewitt, C. N., 2008, In : Plant, Cell and Environment. 31, 10, p. 1410-1415 6 p.

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  9. Large-vertebrate assemblages of primary and secondary forests in the Brazilian Amazon.

    Parry, L., Barlow, J. & Peres, C. A., 11/2007, In : Journal of Tropical Ecology. 23, 6, p. 653-662 10 p.

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  10. Tree physiological responses to above-ground herbivory directly modify below-ground processes of soil carbon and nitrogen cycling.

    Ayres, E., Heath, J., Possell, M., Black, H. I. J., Kerstiens, G. & Bardgett, R. D., 06/2004, In : Ecology Letters. 7, 6, p. 469-479 11 p.

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  11. Signals regulating multiple responses to wounding and herbivores.

    De Bruxelles, G. L. & Roberts, M. R., 2001, In : Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences. 20, 5, p. 487-521 35 p.

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