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Volume 117, Number 3, March 2008

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Effects of heterogeneous interaction strengths on food web complexity
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The evolution of ecological specialization in southern African ungulates: competition- or physical environmental turnover?
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First insights into specificity of belowground tritrophic interactions
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Are the speeds of species invasions regulated? The importance of null models
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Mechanisms of succession along the emersion gradient in intertidal rocky shore assemblages
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Does selfing provide reproductive assurance in the perennial herb Bulbine vagans (Asphodelaceae)?
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Partitioning average competition and extreme-genotype effects in genetically diverse infections
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Mating preference in the invasion of growth enhanced fish
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The influence of competition from herbaceous vegetation and shade on simulated browsing tolerance of coniferous and deciduous saplings
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An analysis of hatching success in the great reed warbler Acrocephalus arundinaceus
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Belowground and aboveground consequences of interactions between live plant species mixtures and dead organic substrate mixtures
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Coexisting congeners: demography, competition, and interactions with cardenolides for two milkweed-feeding aphids
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Human-induced eutrophication enhances reproductive success through effects on parenting ability in sticklebacks
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Providing water for goats in arid landscapes: effects on feeding effort with regard to time period, herd size and secondary compounds
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Nutrient addition extends flowering display, which gets tracked by seed predators, but not by their parasitoids
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