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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 106, Number 2, August 2004

Shrubs, granivores and annual plant community stability in an arid ecosystem
pp. 209-216(8)
Authors: Wilby, Andrew; Shachak, Moshe

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Competition, predation and species responses to environmental change
pp. 217-224(8)
Authors: Jiang, Lin; Kulczycki, Alexander

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Larval growth history determines juvenile growth and survival in a tropical marine fish
pp. 225-242(18)
Authors: McCormick, Mark I.; Hoey, Andrew S.

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Modelling mortality and dispersal: consequences of parameter generalisation on metapopulation dynamics
pp. 243-252(10)
Authors: Mennechez, Gwénaëlle; Petit, Sandrine; Schtickzelle, Nicolas; Baguette, Michel

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Dominance not richness determines invasibility of tallgrass prairie
pp. 253-262(10)
Authors: Smith, Melinda D.; Wilcox, Julia C.; Kelly, Theresa; Knapp, Alan K.

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Trophic dynamics in a whole lake experiment: size-structured interactions and recruitment variation
pp. 263-274(12)
Authors: Persson, Lennart; Byström, Pär; Wahlström, Eva; Westman, Erika

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Prey selection by wild birds can allow novel and conspicuous colour morphs to spread in prey populations
pp. 285-294(10)
Authors: Thomas, Robert J.; Bartlett, Laura A.; Marples, Nicola M.; Kelly, David J.; Cuthill, Innes C.

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The distribution of Eurasian badger, Meles meles, setts in a high-density area: field observations contradict the sett dispersion hypothesis
pp. 295-307(13)
Authors: Macdonald, D. W.; Newman, C.; Dean, J.; Buesching, C. D.; Johnson, P. J.

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Seedling growth rate and survival do not predict invasiveness in naturalized woody plants in New Zealand
pp. 308-316(9)
Authors: J. Bellingham, P.; P. Duncan, R.; G. Lee, W.; P. Buxton, R.

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Importance of large and small mammalian herbivores for the plant community structure in the forest tundra ecotone
pp. 324-334(11)
Authors: Olofsson, Johan; E. Hulme, Philip; Oksanen, Lauri; Suominen, Otso

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Bottom-up control and co-occurrence in complex communities: honeydew and nectar determine a rainforest ant mosaic
pp. 344-358(15)
Authors: Blüthgen, Nico; E. Stork, Nigel; Fiedler, Konrad

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Relating niche and spatial overlap at the community level
pp. 366-376(11)
Authors: Hofer, Ulrich; Bersier, Louis-Félix; Borcard, Daniel

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Dispersal and individual quality in a long lived species
pp. 386-398(13)
Authors: Cam, Emmanuelle; Monnat J., Jean-Yves; Royle, Andrew

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Resource and habitat patches, landscape ecology and metapopulation biology: a consensual viewpoint
pp. 399-403(5)
Authors: Baguette, Michel; Mennechez, Gwénnaëlle

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Resources, habitats and metapopulations – whither reality?
pp. 404-408(5)
Authors: Shreeve, Tim G.; Dennis, Roger L. H.; Van Dyck, Hans; Van Dyck, Hans

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Trend words in ecological core journals over the last 25 years (1978–2002)
pp. 411-421(11)
Authors: Nobis, Michael; Wohlgemuth, Thomas

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