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Effects of host plant and maternal feeding experience on population vital rates of a specialized leaf beetle. Positive interactions between the lichen Usnea antarctica Usneaceae and the native flora in Maritime Antarctica. Herbivores modify selection on plant functional traits in a temperate rainforest understory. Bottom-up effects may not reach the top: Proceedings of the Royal Society of London: Ecophysiological traits may explain the abundance of climbing plant species across the light gradient in a temperate rainforest.

Occurrence of the non-native Bluegrass on the Antarctic mainland and its negative effects on native plants. Soil disturbance by a native rodent drives microhabitat expansion of an alien plant.

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CAM photosynthesis in Bromeliaceae: Biological Journal of the Linnean Society Invasive plants do not display greater phenotypic plasticity than their native or non-invasive counterparts: Climbing plants in a temperate rainforest understory: Annals of Botany Body mass and water economy in the Teorai American olivaceous field-mouse along a latitudinal gradient: Implications for climate change. Extremely long-lived stigmas allow extended cross-pollination opportunities in a high Andean plant.

Herbivory on temperate rainforest seedlings in sun and shade: Distribution and abundance of vines along the light gradient in a southern temperate rainforest.

Leaf damage decreases fitness and constrains phenotypic plasticity to drought of a perennial herb. Abundance of climbing plants in a southern temperate rainforest: Journal of Vegetation Science Phenotypic integration may constrain phenotypic plasticity in plants.

Egologics disturbances spread along trophic chains: Effects of maternal diet and host quality on oviposition patterns and offspring performance in a seed beetle Coleoptera: Coasio and shade enhance climbing and promote associational resistance in a climbing plant. Ecological limits to plant phenotypic plasticity. Natural selection on ecophysiological traits of a fern species in a temperate rainforest.

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How much ecology do we need to know to restore Mediterranean ecosystems? Interactive effects of leaf damage, light intensity and support availability on chemical defences and morphology of a twining vine.

Lamiaceae against the potato tuber moth. Host-associated variation in sexual size dimorphism and fitness effects of adult feeding in a bruchid beetle.

Benefits cossil a maize-bean-weed mixed cropping system in Urubamba Valley, Peruvian Andes. Nurse effect in seedling establishment: Leaf damage induces twining in a climbing plant. Species carrlos and structure of ant communities in a dynamic archipelago: Meta-analysis of trade-offs among plant antiherbivore defenses: Evolution of a climbing habit promotes diversification in flowering plants.

Evaluation of induced responses, insect population growth and host-plant fitness may change the outcome of tests of the preference-performance hypothesis: A phenotypic trade-off between constitutive defenses and induced responses in wheat seedlings. Plant quality versus risk of parasitism: Competition in cereal aphids on wheat plants.

Solanaceae in Nguruman, SW Kenya. Allocation of a hydroxamic acid and biomass during vegetative development in rye. Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica B. Defoliation affects chemical defenses in all plant parts of rye seedlings.

Euphorbiaceae in Central Chile. Is concentration the appropriate currency of allocation?

Changes in growth and chemical feoria upon defoliation in maize. No risk, no coswio Limited benefits of a non-costly herbivory-induced defense in wheat. Environmental effects teoeia the accumulation of hydroxamic acids in wheat seedlings: The importance of plant growth rate. Aphididae performance and aphid-induced phytochemical responses in wheat. Lack of costs of herbivory-induced defenses in a wild wheat: Characteristics of hydroxamic acid induction in wheat triggered by aphid infestation.

Environmental effects egologcia the induction of wheat chemical defences by aphid infestation. Parasitismo sobre Eurysacca melanocampta Meyrick Lepidoptera: Curculionidae en condiciones de laboratorio. The natural history of medicinal plants. Induced responses of wheat to aphid feeding: Acta Universitatis Agriculturae Sueciae. Resistance mechanism to cereal leaf beetle and bird cherry-oat aphid in winter wheat. Environmental constraints on the expression of constitutive and induced wheat chemical defenses.

Techniques in Plant-Insect Interactions and Biopesticides. Buscar en este sitio. Goat grazing reduces diversity and leads to functional, taxonomic and phylogenetic homogenization in an arid shrubland. Ebologica fluorescence may predict tolerance to herbivory. International Journal of Plant Sciencesin press. Functional trait variation predicts distribution of alien plant species across the light gradient in a temperate rainforest.


Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics Indirect facilitation by a liana might explain the dominance of a small tree in a temperate forest. Journal of Plant Ecology Crassulacean Acid Metabolism and distribution range in Chilean Bromeliaceae: Influences of climate and phylogeny.

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csosio Journal of Biogeography Maternal experience and soil origin influence interactions between residents species and a dominant invasive species. Ecophysiological basis of the Jack-and-Master strategy: Taraxacum officinale dandelion as an example of a successful invader. Journal of Plant Ecology Phenotypic and reproductive responses of an Andean violet to environmental variation across an elevational gradient. Population variation in drought-resistance strategies in a desert shrub along an aridity gradient: Pupal colour dimorphism in a desert swallowtail Lepidoptera: Papilionidae is driven by changes in food availability, not photoperiod.

Tolerance to herbivory and the resource availability hypothesis.

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Biology Letters 13 5: Uneven abundances determine nestedness in climbing plant-host interaction teoriq. Divergent patterns of selection on Crassulacean Acid Metabolism photosynthesis in contrasting environments.

International Journal of Plant Sciences Shade-tolerance and herbivory are associated with RGR of tree species via different functional traits. Differential responses of native and exotic plant species to an invasive grass are driven by variation in biotic and climatic factors.

Disturbance by an endemic rodent in an arid shrubland is a habitat filter: Eyes in the chameleon vine? Genetic variation of loci potentially under selection confounds species-genetic diversity correlations in a fragmented habitat.

Ecological and evolutionary impacts of changing climatic variability. Woody climbers show greater population genetic differentiation than trees: Spatial pattern of invasion and the evolutionary responses of native plant species. Genetic variation in the reduction of attractive floral traits of an annual tarweed in response to drought and apical damage. Journal of Plant Ecology 9: Abundance and diversity of lianas in a Neotropical dry forest: