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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 98, Number 1, July 2002

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Basins of attraction: population dynamics with two stable 4-cycles
pp. 17-24(8)
Authors: Henson, S.M.; Costantino, R.F.; Desharnais, R.A.; Cushing, J.M.; Dennis, B.

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Basins of attraction: population dynamics with two stable 4-cycles
pp. 17-24(8)
Authors: Henson, Shandelle M.; Costantino, R. F.; Desharnais, Robert A.; Cushing, J. M.; Dennis, Brian

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Are endophytic fungi defensive plant mutualists?
pp. 25-36(12)
Author: Faeth, S.H.

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Are endophytic fungi defensive plant mutualists?
pp. 25-36(12)
Author: Faeth, Stanley H.

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Using body size to predict perceptual range
pp. 47-52(6)
Authors: Mech, S.G.; Zollner, P.A.

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Using body size to predict perceptual range
pp. 47-52(6)
Authors: Mech, Stephen G.; Zollner, Patrick A.

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The role of a spiny plant refuge in structuring grazed shortgrass steppe plant communities
pp. 53-64(12)
Authors: Rebollo, S.; Milchunas, D.G.; Noy-Meir, I.; Chapman, P.L.

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The role of a spiny plant refuge in structuring grazed shortgrass steppe plant communities
pp. 53-64(12)
Authors: Rebollo, S.; Milchunas, D. G.; Noy-Meir, I.; Chapman, P. L.

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Spatial interaction models: from human geography to plant-herhivore interactions
pp. 65-74(10)
Authors: Oom, S.P.; Hester, A.J.; Elston, D.A.; Legg, C.J.

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Spatial interaction models: from human geography to plant-herhivore interactions
pp. 65-74(10)
Authors: Oom, S. P.; Hester, A. J.; Elston, D. A.; Legg, C. J.

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Seagull influence on soil properties, chenopod shrub distribution, and leaf nutrient status in semi-arid Mediterranean islands
pp. 75-86(12)
Authors: García, Luis V.; Marañón, Teodoro; Ojeda, Fernando; Clemente, Luis; Redondo, Ramón

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Seagull influence on soil properties, chenopod shrub distribution, and leaf nutrient status in semi-arid Mediterranean islands
pp. 75-86(12)
Authors: García, L.V.; Marañón, T.; Ojeda, F.; Clemente, L.; Redondo, R.

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Population history and life history influence the migration rate of female Glanville fritillary butterflies
pp. 87-97(11)
Authors: Hanski, Ilkka; Breuker, Casper J.; Schöps, Katrin; Setchfield, Rosemary; Nieminen, Marko

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Population history and life history influence the migration rate of female Glanville fritillary butterflies
pp. 87-97(11)
Authors: Hanski, I.; Breuker, C.J.; Schöps, K.; Setchfield, R.; Nieminen, M.

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Risk-averse inflorescence departure in hummingbirds and bumble bees: could plants benefit from variable nectar volumes?
pp. 98-104(7)
Authors: Biernaskie, Jay M.; Cartar, Ralph V.; Hurly, T. Andrew

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Plastic sex-roles in the common goby – the effect of nest availability
pp. 105-115(11)
Authors: Borg, Åsa A.; Forsgren, Elisabet; Magnhagen, Carin

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Plastic sex-roles in the common goby – the effect of nest availability
pp. 105-115(11)
Authors: Borg; Forsgren, E.; Magnhagen, C.

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Effect of defoliation on grass growth. A quantitative review
pp. 125-133(9)
Authors: Ferraro, Diego O.; Oesterheld, Martín

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Effect of defoliation on grass growth. A quantitative review
pp. 125-133(9)
Authors: Ferraro, D.O.; Oesterheld, M.

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Scale-free dynamics in the movement patterns of jackals
pp. 134-140(7)
Authors: Atkinson, R.P.D.; Rhodes, C.J.; Macdonald, D.W.; Anderson, R.M.

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Scale-free dynamics in the movement patterns of jackals
pp. 134-140(7)
Authors: Atkinson, R. P. D.; Rhodes, C. J.; Macdonald, D. W.; Anderson, R. M.

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A proximate model for thermal tolerance in ectotherms
pp. 141-155(15)
Author: van der Have, T.M.

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A proximate model for thermal tolerance in ectotherms
pp. 141-155(15)
Author: van der Have, T. M.

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Functional redundancy in ecology and conservation
pp. 156-162(7)
Author: Rosenfeld, J.S.

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Functional redundancy in ecology and conservation
pp. 156-162(7)
Author: Rosenfeld, Jordan S.

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Why are young leaves red?
pp. 163-176(14)
Authors: Dominy, N.J.; Lucas, P.W.; Ramsden, L.W.; Riba-Hernandez, P.; Stoner, K.E.; Turner, I.M.

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Why are young leaves red?
pp. 163-176(14)
Authors: Dominy, Nathaniel J.; Lucas, Peter W.; Ramsden, Lawrence W.; Riba-Hernandez, Pablo; Stoner, Kathryn E.; Turner, Ian M.

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