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Differential post-dispersal seed predation drives chaparral seed bank dynamicsWARZECHA, Bernhard; PARKER, V. Thomas.Plant ecology (Dordrecht). 2014, Vol 215, Num 11, pp 1313-1322, issn 1385-0237, 10 p.Article

Structure of a Mediterranean cryptobenthic fish community and its relationships with habitat characteristicsLA MESA, G; DI MUCCIO, S; VACCHI, M et al.Marine biology (Berlin). 2006, Vol 149, Num 2, pp 149-167, issn 0025-3162, 19 p.Article

Dynamics of heterotrophic succession in carrion revisited: a reply to Boulton and Lake (1988)SCHOENLY, K. G; REID, W.Oecologia. 1989, Vol 79, Num 1, pp 140-142, issn 0029-8549, 3 p.Article

Dynamics and stability in coevolutionary ecological systems. I: Community stability and coevolutionary stable statesVASCO, D. A; NAZAREA, A. D; RICHARDSON, R. H et al.Theoretical population biology (Print). 1987, Vol 31, Num 2, pp 273-305, issn 0040-5809Article

Evaluating analytical approaches for estimating pelagic fish biomass using simulated fish communitiesYULE, Daniel L; ADAMS, Jean V; WARNER, David M et al.Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences (Print). 2013, Vol 70, Num 12, pp 1845-1857, issn 0706-652X, 13 p.Article

Hawaiian birds: Lessons from a rediscovered avifaunaSLIKAS, Beth.The Auk. 2003, Vol 120, Num 4, pp 953-960, issn 0004-8038, 8 p.Article

Dynamics of vertical zooplankton community structure in the Plusssee: cluster analysisHOFMANN, W.Verhandlungen - Internationale Vereinigung für theoretische und angewandte Limnologie. 1985, Vol 22, Num 5, pp 2983-2986, issn 0368-0770Conference Paper

Effects of small weirs on fish parasite communitiesLOOT, Geraldine; REYJOL, Yorick; POULET, Nicolas et al.Parasitology research (1987). 2007, Vol 101, Num 5, pp 1265-1276, issn 0932-0113, 12 p.Article

The qualitative analysis of population with boolean algebra, with applications to perturbation studiesFOWLER, H. G; DI ROMOMAGNANO, L. F. T; BERNARDI, J. V. E et al.Naturalia (São José do Rio Preto). 1989, Vol 14, pp 107-115, issn 0101-1944Article

Mechanistic approaches to community ecology: a new reductionism?SCHOENER, T. W.American zoologist. 1986, Vol 26, Num 1, pp 81-106, issn 0003-1569Article

On the conditions for permanence of species in ecological communitiesANDERSON, H. M; HUTSON, V; LAW, R et al.The American naturalist. 1992, Vol 139, Num 3, pp 663-668, issn 0003-0147Article

Heterogeneity ratio: a measure of beta-diversity and its use in community classificationKOBAYASHI, S.Ecological research. 1987, Vol 2, Num 2, pp 101-111, issn 0912-3814Article

Enemy-free space: a new name for an ancient ecological conceptFRYER, G.Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 1986, Vol 27, Num 3, pp 287-292, issn 0024-4066Article

Sensitivity of indices of biotic integrity to simulated fish assemblage changesTREBITZ, Anett S; HILL, Brian H; MCCORMICK, Frank H et al.Environmental management (New York, NY). 2003, Vol 32, Num 4, pp 499-515, issn 0364-152X, 17 p.Article

Scaling of biological community structure: a systems approach to community complexityMAURER, B. A.Journal of theoretical biology. 1987, Vol 127, Num 1, pp 97-110, issn 0022-5193Article

Proceedings/Symposium on mechanistic approaches to the study of natural communities: annual meeting of the American Society of Zoologists, Philadelphia PA, 27-30 Décember 1983PRICE, M. V.American zoologist. 1986, Vol 26, Num 1, pp 1-106, issn 0003-1569Conference Proceedings

PROPOSAL FOR A NEW CLASSIFICATION OF NORWEGIAN BIRD COMMUNITIES.BEVANGER K.1977; BIOL. CONSERV.; NETHERL.; DA. 1977; VOL. 11; NO 1; PP. 67-78; BIBL. 15 REF.Article

WHY SO MANY SPECIES AND SO MANY INDIVIDUALS CAN COEXIST IN THE SOILGHILAROV MS.1977; SOIL ORGANISMS AS COMPONENTS OF ECOSYSTEMS; SWE; SVEAVAGEN 166, STOCKHOLM,:LOHM, U.; DA. 1977; PP. 593-597; BIBL. 12 REF.Book Chapter

Spatial relationships and temporal variability in a littoral macrophyte fish assemblageBALCOMBE, S. R; CLOSS, G. P.Marine and freshwater research. 2004, Vol 55, Num 6, pp 609-617, issn 1323-1650, 9 p.Article

The importance of the mechanisms of interspecific competitionTILMAN, D.The American naturalist. 1987, Vol 129, Num 5, pp 769-774, issn 0003-0147Article

Shrub-steppe bird assemblages revisited: implications for community theoryDUNNING, J. B. JR.The American naturalist. 1986, Vol 128, Num 1, pp 82-98, issn 0003-0147Article

Restoration capacities of soil communitiesHEYDEMANN, B.International colloquium of soil zoology. 8. 1983, pp 459-462Conference Paper

Ecological systems in hierarchical perspective: breaks in community structure and other consequencesKOLASA, J.Ecology (Durham). 1989, Vol 70, Num 1, pp 36-47, issn 0012-9658Article

Segregation structures of competing species mediated by a diffusive predatorKAN-ON, Y; MIMURA, M.Lecture notes in biomathematics. 1987, Num 71, pp 123-133, issn 0341-633XConference Paper

Direct versus indirect effects of wave exposure as a structuring force on temperate cryptobenthic fish assemblagesSANTIN, Selvaggia; WILLIS, Trevor J.Marine biology (Berlin). 2007, Vol 151, Num 5, pp 1683-1694, issn 0025-3162, 12 p.Article

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