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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 116, Number 1, January 2007

Editorial
pp. 3-3(1)

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Can the cause of aggregation be inferred from species distributions?
pp. 4-16(13)
Authors: van Teeffelen, Astrid J.A.; Ovaskainen, Otso

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Effects of within-patch characteristics on the vulnerability of a plant to herbivory
pp. 41-52(12)
Authors: Miller, Alison M.; McArthur, Clare; Smethurst, Philip J.

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A tale of two cycles – distinguishing quasi-cycles and limit cycles in finite predator–prey populations
pp. 53-64(12)
Authors: Pineda-Krch, Mario; J. Blok, Hendrik; Dieckmann, Ulf; Doebeli, Michael

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Decomposer biomass in the rhizosphere to assess rhizodeposition
pp. 65-74(10)
Authors: Christensen, Søren; Bjørnlund, Lisa; Vestergård, Mette

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The Ulva connection: marine algae subsidize terrestrial predators in coastal Peru
pp. 75-86(12)
Authors: Catenazzi, Alessandro; A. Donnelly, Maureen

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Evenness–invasibility relationships differ between two extinction scenarios in tallgrass prairie
pp. 87-98(12)
Authors: Losure, David A.; Wilsey, Brian J.; Moloney, Kirk A.

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Accounting for regional niche variation in habitat suitability models
pp. 99-110(12)
Authors: Murphy, Helen T.; Lovett-Doust, Jon

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Compensating in the wild: is flexible growth the key to early juvenile survival?
pp. 111-120(10)
Authors: Gagliano, Monica; McCormick, Mark I.

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Trichome production and spatiotemporal variation in herbivory in the perennial herb Arabidopsis lyrata
pp. 134-142(9)
Authors: Løe, Geir; Toräng, Per; Gaudeul, Myriam; Ågren, Jon

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Testing the standard neutral model of biodiversity in lake communities
pp. 143-155(13)
Authors: Walker, Steven C.; Cyr, Hélène

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Smaller Microtus vole species competitively superior in the absence of predators
pp. 156-162(7)
Authors: Koivisto, Elina; Huitu, Otso; Korpimäki, Erkki

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Cascading extinctions and ecosystem functioning: contrasting effects of diversity depending on food web structure
pp. 163-173(11)
Authors: Thébault, Elisa; Huber, Veronika; Loreau, Michel

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