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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 116, Number 6, June 2007

Host density predicts presence of cuckoo parasitism in reed warblers
pp. 913-922(10)
Authors: Stokke, Bård G.; Hafstad, Inge; Rudolfsen, Geir; Bargain, Bruno; Beier, Josef; Bigas Campàs, David; Dyrcz, Andrzej; Honza, Marcel; Leisler, Bernd; Pap, Péter L.; PatapaviČius, RiČardas; Procházka, Petr; Schulze-Hagen, Karl; Thomas, Rob; Moksnes, Arne; Pape Møller, Anders; Røskaft, Eivin; Soler, Manuel

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Above- and belowground insect herbivores differentially affect soil nematode communities in species-rich plant communities
pp. 923-930(8)
Authors: De Deyn, Gerlinde B.; van Ruijven, Jasper; Raaijmakers, Ciska E.; de Ruiter, Peter C.; van der Putten, Wim H.

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How is diversity related to species turnover through time?
pp. 957-965(9)
Author: Shurin, Jonathan B.

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The role of model selection in describing stochastic ecological processes
pp. 966-974(9)
Authors: Kuparinen, Anna; Snäll, Tord; Vänskä, Simopekka; O'Hara, Robert B.

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Life-history consequences of vegetative damage in scarlet gilia, a monocarpic plant
pp. 975-985(11)
Authors: Brody, Alison K.; Price, Mary V.; Waser, Nickolas M.

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The characterization of complex continuous norms of reaction
pp. 986-994(9)
Authors: M. Simons, Andrew; Wagner, Ioan

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Habitat predicts reproductive superfetation and body shape in the livebearing fish Poeciliopsis turrubarensis
pp. 995-1005(11)
Authors: Jaime Zúñiga-Vega, J.; N. Reznick, David; B. Johnson, Jerald

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Quantifying ecological filters: the relative impact of herbivory, neighbours, and sediment on an oligohaline marsh
pp. 1006-1016(11)
Authors: Geho, Ellen M.; Campbell, Daniel; Keddy, Paul A.

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Soil water partitioning contributes to species coexistence in tallgrass prairie
pp. 1017-1029(13)
Authors: Nippert, Jesse B.; Knapp, Alan K.

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A mathematical and statistical framework for modelling dispersal
pp. 1037-1050(14)
Authors: Snäll, Tord; B. O'Hara, Robert; Arjas, Elja

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Disentangling the complexities of vertebrate sex allocation: a role for squamate reptiles?
pp. 1051-1057(7)
Authors: Wapstra, Erik; Uller, Tobias; Pen, Ido; Komdeur, Jan; Olsson, Mats; Shine, Richard

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Reconsidering the mechanistic basis of the metabolic theory of ecology
pp. 1058-1072(15)
Authors: O'Connor, Michael P.; Kemp, Stanley J.; Agosta, Salvatore J.; Hansen, Frank; Sieg, Annette E.; Wallace, Bryan P.; McNair, James N.; Dunham, Arthur E.

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The mechanistic basis of the metabolic theory of ecology
pp. 1073-1077(5)
Authors: Allen, Andrew P.; Gillooly, James F.

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