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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 96, Number 1, January 2002

Soil biodiversity: myth, reality or conning?
pp. 3-24(22)
Authors: André, Henri M.; Ducarme, Xavier; Lebrun, Philippe

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Effects of time-dependent competition for oviposition sites on clutch sizes and offspring sex ratios in a fig wasp
pp. 31-35(5)
Authors: Kinoshita, Motoaki; Kasuya, Eiiti; Yahara, Tetsukazu

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The effect of living plants on root decomposition of four grass species
pp. 36-45(10)
Authors: van der Krift, Tanja A. J.; Kuikman, Peter J.; Berendse, Frank

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Structure of tropical river food webs revealed by stable isotope ratios
pp. 46-55(10)
Authors: Jepsen, David B.; Winemiller, Kirk O.

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Stage-classified matrix models and age estimates
pp. 56-61(6)
Authors: Barot, Sébastien; Gignoux, Jacques; Legendre, Stéphane

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Resource specialization determines whether history influences community structure
pp. 62-69(8)
Authors: Long, Zachary T.; Karel, Irene

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Optimal infection strategies: should macroparasites hedge their bets?
pp. 92-101(10)
Authors: Fenton, A.; Hudson, P. J.

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Importance of patch scale vs landscape scale on selected forest birds
pp. 110-118(9)
Authors: Lee, Michelle; Fahrig, Lenore; Freemark, Kathryn; Currie, David J.

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Spatially heterogeneous refugia and predation risk in intertidal salt marshes
pp. 119-129(11)
Authors: Lewis, David B.; Eby, Lisa A.

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Relationship between soil microarthropod species diversity and plant growth does not change when the system is disturbed
pp. 137-149(13)
Authors: Liiri, Mira; Setälä, Heikki; Haimi, Jari; Pennanen, Taina; Fritze, Hannu

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Fish-mediated indirect effects in a littoral food web
pp. 150-156(7)
Authors: Lövgren, Johan; Persson, Lennart

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Influence of prey distribution on the functional response of lizards
pp. 157-163(7)
Authors: Pitt, William C.; Ritchie, Mark E.

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Are land bird assemblages functionally saturated? An empirical test in Mexico
pp. 169-181(13)
Authors: de Silva, Héctor Gómez; Medellín, Rodrigo A.

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Unconventional bed mates: Gaia and the selfish gene
pp. 182-186(5)
Author: Dagg, Joachim L.

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