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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 109, Number 1, April 2005

Elements of ecology and evolution
pp. 3-5(3)
Authors: Hessen, Dag O.; Elser, James J.

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Toward a stoichiometric framework for evolutionary biology
pp. 6-17(12)
Authors: Kay, Adam D.; Ashton, Isabel W.; Gorokhova, Elena; Kerkhoff, Andrew J.; Liess, Antonia; Litchman, Elena

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Are you what you eat? Physiological constraints on organismal stoichiometry in an elementally imbalanced world
pp. 18-28(11)
Authors: Frost, Paul C.; Evans-White, Michelle A.; Finkel, Zoe V.; Jensen, Thomas C.; Matzek, Virginia

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Recent advances in ecological stoichiometry: insights for population and community ecology
pp. 29-39(11)
Authors: Moe, S. Jannicke; Stelzer, Robert S.; Forman, M. Rebecca; Harpole, W. Stanley; Daufresne, Tanguy; Yoshida, Takehito

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A conceptual framework for ecosystem stoichiometry: balancing resource supply and demand
pp. 40-51(12)
Authors: Schade, John D.; Espeleta, Javier F.; Klausmeier, Christopher A.; McGroddy, Megan E.; Thomas, Steven A.; Zhang, Lixia

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Applications of ecological stoichiometry for sustainable acquisition of ecosystem services
pp. 52-62(11)
Authors: Ptacnik, Robert; Jenerette, G. Darrel; Verschoor, Antonie M.; Huberty, Andrea F.; Solimini, Angelo G.; Brookes, Justin D.

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The importance of importance
pp. 63-70(8)
Authors: Brooker, Rob; Kikvidze, Zaal; Pugnaire, Francisco I.; Callaway, Ragan M.; Choler, Philippe; Lortie, Christopher J.; Michalet, Richard

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Nutrient limitation and botanical diversity in wetlands: can fertilisation raise species richness?
pp. 71-80(10)
Authors: Güsewell, Sabine; Bailey, Kathleen M.; Roem, Wilma J.; Bedford, Barbara L.

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Using surrogate data in population viability analysis: the case of the critically endangered cranberry fritillary butterfly
pp. 89-100(12)
Authors: Schtickzelle, Nicolas; WallisDeVries, Michiel F.; Baguette, Michel

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Is arthropod predation exclusively satiation-driven?
pp. 101-116(16)
Authors: Rijn, Paul C. J. van; Bakker, Frank M.; Hoeven, Wietske A. D. van der; Sabelis, Maurice W.

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The relative importance of spatial aggregation and resource partitioning on the coexistence of mycophagous insects
pp. 125-134(10)
Authors: Takahashi, Kazuo H.; Tuno, Nobuko; Kagaya, Takashi

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Long food chains are in general chaotic
pp. 135-144(10)
Authors: Gross, Thilo; Ebenhöh, Wolfgang; Feudel, Ulrike

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Marine subsidies alter the diet and abundance of insular and coastal lizard populations
pp. 145-153(9)
Authors: Barrett, Kyle; Anderson, Wendy B.; Wait, D. Alexander; Grismer, L. Lee; Polis†, Gary A.; Rose†, Michael D.

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Selective gopher disturbance influences plant species effects on nitrogen cycling
pp. 154-166(13)
Authors: Eviner, Valerie T.; Chapin, III, F. Stuart

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Leaf mineral nutrition of Arctic plants in response to warming and deeper snow in northern Alaska
pp. 167-177(11)
Authors: Welker, J. M.; Fahnestock, J. T.; Sullivan, P. F.; Chimner, R. A.

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Leaf mass loss in wetland graminoids during senescence
pp. 187-195(9)
Authors: Vernescu, Corina; Coulas, Jess; Ryser, Peter

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Erratum
pp. 208-208(1)

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