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High temporal consistency in quantitative food web structure in the face of extreme species turnoverKAARTINEN, Riikka; ROSLIN, Tomas.Oikos. 2012, Vol 121, Num 11, pp 1771-1782, issn 0030-1299, 12 p.Article

Is benthic trophic structure affected by food quality? The Dogger Bank exampleWIEKING, G; KRÖNCKE, I.Marine biology (Berlin). 2005, Vol 146, Num 2, pp 387-400, issn 0025-3162, 14 p.Article

Predicting food-web structure with metacommunity modelsBAISER, Benjamin; BUCKLEY, Hannah L; GOTELLI, Nicholas J et al.Oikos (København). 2013, Vol 122, Num 4, pp 492-506, issn 0030-1299, 15 p.Article

Climate change effects on phytoplankton depend on cell size and food web structureKLAUSCHIES, Toni; BAUER, Barbara; ABERLE-MALZAHN, Nicole et al.Marine biology (Berlin). 2012, Vol 159, Num 11, pp 2455-2478, issn 0025-3162, 24 p.Article

Trophic structure patterns of Brazilian reef fishes: a latitudinal comparisonFERREIRA, C. E. L; FLOETER, S. R; GASPARINI, J. L et al.Journal of biogeography. 2004, Vol 31, Num 7, pp 1093-1106, issn 0305-0270, 14 p.Article

On the goodness of fit of the cascade modelSOLOW, A. R.Ecology (Durham). 1996, Vol 77, Num 4, pp 1294-1297, issn 0012-9658Conference Paper

Food web connectance and feedback dominance, or does everything really depend on everything else?BERRYMAN, A. A.Oikos. 1993, Vol 68, Num 1, pp 183-185, issn 0030-1299Article

Macrofauna and its ecology in Lake Zwemlust, after biomanipulation. I : Bottom faunaKORNIJOW, R; GULATI, R. D.Archiv für Hydrobiologie. 1992, Vol 123, Num 3, pp 337-347, issn 0003-9136Article

Food Web Structure and Trophic Control in Central Puget SoundHARVEY, Chris J; WILLIAMS, Gregory D; LEVIN, Phillip S et al.Estuaries and coasts. 2012, Vol 35, Num 3, pp 821-838, issn 1559-2723, 18 p.Article

On the diversity of trophic structures and processes in ecosystemsHAN, B.-P.Ecological modelling. 1998, Vol 107, Num 1, pp 51-62, issn 0304-3800Article

Making connections in food websWARREN, P. H.Trends in ecology & evolution (Amsterdam). 1994, Vol 9, Num 4, pp 136-141, issn 0169-5347Article

Playing chutes and ladders : heterogeneity and the relative roles of bottom-up and top-down forces in natural communitiesHUNTER, M. D; PRICE, P. W.Ecology (Durham). 1992, Vol 73, Num 3, pp 724-732, issn 0012-9658Article

Top-down and bottom-up forces in food webs : do plants have primacy?POWER, M. E.Ecology (Durham). 1992, Vol 73, Num 3, pp 733-746, issn 0012-9658Article

On the importance of planktonic protozoans in the eutrophication process of the Baltic SeaARNDT, H.Internationale Revue der gesamten Hydrobiologie. 1991, Vol 76, Num 3, pp 387-396, issn 0020-9309Article

Combining Organic Matter Source and Relative Trophic Position Determinations to Explore Trophic StructureWILSON, Rachel Marie; CHANTON, Jeffrey; LEWIS, Graham et al.Estuaries and coasts. 2009, Vol 32, Num 5, pp 999-1010, issn 1559-2723, 12 p.Article

Phylogenetic constraints and adaptation explain food-web structureCATTIN, Marie-France; BERSIER, Louis-Félix; BANASEK-RICHTER, Carolin et al.Nature (London). 2004, Vol 427, Num 6977, pp 835-839, issn 0028-0836, 5 p.Article

The relative contributions of top-down and bottom-up forces in population and community ecologyMATSON, P. A; HUNTER, M. D.Ecology (Durham). 1992, Vol 73, Num 3, issn 0012-9658, p. 723Article

Productivity, disturbance and food web structure at a local spatial scale in experimental container habitatsJENKINS, B; KITCHING, R. L; PIMM, S. L et al.Oikos. 1992, Vol 65, Num 2, pp 249-255, issn 0030-1299Article

Stable N and C isotopes in the organic matrix of fish otoliths: validation of a new approach for studying spatial and temporal changes in the trophic structure of aquatic ecosystemsGRØNKJAER, Peter; PEDERSEN, Jens B; ANKJAERØ, Torben T et al.Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences (Print). 2013, Vol 70, Num 2, pp 143-146, issn 0706-652X, 4 p.Article

Colonization dynamics in trophic-functional structure of periphytic protist communities in coastal watersWEI ZHANG; HENGLONG XU; YONG JIANG et al.Marine biology (Berlin). 2012, Vol 159, Num 4, pp 735-748, issn 0025-3162, 14 p.Article

Linking soil food web structure to above- and belowground ecosystem processes: a meta-analysisSACKETT, Tara E; CLASSEN, Aimée T; SANDERS, Nathan J et al.Oikos (København). 2010, Vol 119, Num 12, pp 1984-1992, issn 0030-1299, 9 p.Article

Major dimensions in food-web structure propertiesVERMAAT, Jan E; DUNNE, Jennifer A; GILBERT, Alison J et al.Ecology (Durham). 2009, Vol 90, Num 1, pp 278-282, issn 0012-9658, 5 p.Article

Food web structure of a restored macroalgal bed in the eastern Korean peninsula determined by C and N stable isotope analysesKANG, Chang-Keun; EUN JUNG CHOY; SON, Yongsoo et al.Marine biology (Berlin). 2008, Vol 153, Num 6, pp 1181-1198, issn 0025-3162, 18 p.Article

Simple rules yield complex food websWILLIAMS, R. J; MARTINEZ, N. D.Nature (London). 2000, Vol 404, Num 6774, pp 180-183, issn 0028-0836Article

The evolutionary role of indirect effects in communities : Special feature : Evolutionary biology and community ecologyMILLER, T. E; TRAVIS, J.Ecology (Durham). 1996, Vol 77, Num 5, pp 1329-1335, issn 0012-9658Article

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