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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 91, Number 1, October 2000

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Foraging information affects the nature of competitive interactions
pp. 18-28(11)
Author: Sandlin, Elizabeth A.

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Ecological significance of leaf life span among Central European grass species
pp. 41-50(10)
Authors: Ryser, Peter; Urbas, Pille

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Plant diversity increases resistance to invasion in the absence of covarying extrinsic factors
pp. 97-108(12)
Authors: Naeem, Shahid; Knops, Johannes M. H.; Tilman, David; Howe, Katherine M.; Kennedy, Theodore; Gale, Samuel

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Testing sex-allocation theory: flowers vs seeds in hermaphrodite plants
pp. 115-122(8)
Authors: Rademaker, Mariëlle C. J.; de Jong, Tom J.

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The effect of mammalian predator scent on the foraging behavior of Dipodomys merriami
pp. 139-145(7)
Authors: Herman, Cathy Soltz; Valone, Thomas J.

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Linking species diversity to the functioning of ecosystems: on the importance of environmental context
pp. 175-183(9)
Authors: Cardinale, Brad J.; Nelson, Karen; Palmer, Margaret A.

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Resource partitioning of the host fungus Coriolus versicolor by two ciid beetles: the role of odour compounds and host ageing
pp. 184-194(11)
Authors: Guevara, Roger; Hutcheson, Kerry A.; Mee, Andrea C.; Rayner, A. D. M.; Reynolds, S. E.

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