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Identifying and evaluating causes of alternative community states in wetland plant communitiesSMITH, Sigrid D. P.Oikos. 2012, Vol 121, Num 5, pp 675-686, issn 0030-1299, 12 p.Article

Spatiotemporal Variation of Bacterial Community Composition and Possible Controlling Factors in Tropical Shallow LagoonsLAQUE, Thais; FARJALLA, Vinicius F; ROSADO, Alexandre S et al.Microbial ecology. 2010, Vol 59, Num 4, pp 819-829, issn 0095-3628, 11 p.Article

Quantifying trait selection driving community assembly: a test in herbaceous plant communities under contrasted land use regimesSONNIER, Gregory; NAVAS, Marie-Laure; FAYOLLE, Adeline et al.Oikos. 2012, Vol 121, Num 7, pp 1103-1111, issn 0030-1299, 9 p.Article

La normalisation européenne et les collectivités localesCHAUSSOY, C.T.E.C. (Paris). 1991, Vol 108, pp 35-37, issn 0397-6513Article

A functional approach reveals community responses to disturbancesMOUILLOT, David; GRAHAM, Nicholas A. J; VILLEGER, Sébastien et al.Trends in ecology & evolution (Amsterdam). 2013, Vol 28, Num 3, pp 167-177, issn 0169-5347, 11 p.Article

Microorganisms, macroorganisms and ecologyHEAD, Ian M; PROSSER, James I.FEMS microbiology ecology. 2007, Vol 62, Num 2, issn 0168-6496, 100 p.Serial Issue

Influence of Shrub Encroachment on the Soil Microbial Community Composition of Remnant Hill PrairiesYANNARELL, Anthony C; MENNING, Sarah E; BECK, Alyssa M et al.Microbial ecology. 2014, Vol 67, Num 4, pp 897-906, issn 0095-3628, 10 p.Article

A comparison of taxon co-occurrence patterns for macro-and microorganisms : New directions in microbial ecologyHORNER-DEVINE, M. Claire; SILVER, Jessica M; ØVREAS, Lise et al.Ecology (Durham). 2007, Vol 88, Num 6, pp 1345-1353, issn 0012-9658, 9 p.Article

Effects of sediment deposition on periphytic biomass, photosynthetic activity and algal community structureIZAGIRRE, Oihana; SERRA, Alexandra; GUASCH, Helena et al.Science of the total environment. 2009, Vol 407, Num 21, pp 5694-5700, issn 0048-9697, 7 p.Article

Phytoplankton community composition can be predicted best in terms of morphological groupsKRUK, C; PEETERS, E. T. H. M; VAN NES, E. H et al.Limnology and oceanography. 2011, Vol 56, Num 1, pp 110-118, issn 0024-3590, 9 p.Article

Assessing the relative importance of neutral stochasticity in ecological communitiesVELLEND, Mark; SRIVASTAVA, Diane S; MYERS-SMITH, Isla H et al.Oikos (København). 2014, Vol 123, Num 12, pp 1420-1430, issn 0030-1299, 11 p.Article

Micropublishing Helping Your Community Tell Its StoriesCRAWFORD, Walt.Online (Weston, CT). 2012, Vol 36, Num 1, pp 39-42, issn 0146-5422, 4 p.Article

Scavenger community response to the removal of a dominant scavengerOLSON, Z. H; BEASLEY, J. C; DEVAULT, T. L et al.Oikos. 2012, Vol 121, Num 1, pp 77-84, issn 0030-1299, 8 p.Article

Seasonal and annual variability in an epifaunal community in the German BightHINZ, H; KRÖNCKE, I; EHRICH, S et al.Marine biology (Berlin). 2004, Vol 144, Num 4, pp 735-745, issn 0025-3162, 11 p.Article

Experiences of a Rail Yard Community: Life Is HardSPENCER-HWANG, Rhonda; MONTGOMERY, Susanne; DOUGHERTY, Molly et al.Journal of environmental health. 2014, Vol 77, Num 2, pp 8-17, issn 0022-0892, 10 p.Article

Does Liebig's law of the minimum scale up from species to communities?DANGER, Michael; DAUFRESNE, Tanguy; LUCAS, Francoise et al.Oikos (København). 2008, Vol 117, Num 11, pp 1741-1751, issn 0030-1299, 11 p.Article

From fresh to saline : a comparison of zooplankton and plant communities developing under a gradient of salinity with communities developing under constant salinity levelsNIELSEN, Daryl L; BROCK, Margaret A; VOGEL, Matthew et al.Marine and freshwater research. 2008, Vol 59, Num 7, pp 549-559, issn 1323-1650, 11 p.Article

Does pattern of soil resource heterogeneity determine plant community structure? An experimental investigationWIJESINGHE, Dushyantha K; JOHN, Elizabeth A; HUTCHINGS, Michael J et al.Journal of Ecology. 2005, Vol 93, Num 1, pp 99-112, issn 0022-0477, 14 p.Article

The stochastic community and the logistic-J distributionDEWDNEY, A. K.Acta oecologica (Montrouge). 2003, Vol 24, Num 5-6, pp 221-229, issn 1146-609X, 9 p.Article

Molecular Studies of Microbial Community Structure on Stained Pages of Leonardo da Vinci's Atlantic CodexPRINCIPI, Pamela; VILLA, Federica; SORLINI, Claudia et al.Microbial ecology. 2011, Vol 61, Num 1, pp 214-222, issn 0095-3628, 9 p.Article

Molecular Analyses of the Microbial Community Composition of an Anoxic Basin of a Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plant Reveal a Novel Lineage of ProteobacteriaCHOUARI, Rakia; LE PASLIER, Denis; DAEGETEN, Patrick et al.Microbial ecology. 2010, Vol 60, Num 2, pp 272-281, issn 0095-3628, 10 p.Article

Relating phytoplankton photophysiological properties to community structure on large scalesUITZ, Julia; HUOT, Yannick; BRUYANT, Flavienne et al.Limnology and oceanography. 2008, Vol 53, Num 2, pp 614-630, issn 0024-3590, 17 p.Article

When are alternative stable states more likely to occur?DIDHAM, Raphael K.Oikos. 2006, Vol 113, Num 2, pp 357-362, issn 0030-1299, 6 p.Article

Changes in Bacterial Community Structure of Agricultural Land Due to Long-Term Organic and Chemical AmendmentsCHAUDHRY, Vasvi; REHMAN, Ateequr; MISHRA, Aradhana et al.Microbial ecology. 2012, Vol 64, Num 2, pp 450-460, issn 0095-3628, 11 p.Article

The interplay between bacterial community composition and the environment determining function of inland water bacteriaLINDSTRÖM, Eva S; XIN MEI FENG; GRANELI, Wilhelm et al.Limnology and oceanography. 2010, Vol 55, Num 5, pp 2052-2060, issn 0024-3590, 9 p.Article

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