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    • Correlations between physical and chemical defences in plants: tradeoffs, syndromes, or just many different ways to skin a herbivorous cat? 

      Moles, Angela; Peco, Begoña; Wallis, Ian R.; Foley, William J.; Poore, Alistair G.B.; Seabloom, Eric William; Vesk, Peter A.; Bisigato, Alejandro Jorge; Cella Pizarro, Lucrecia; Clark, Connie J.; Cohen, Philippe S.; Cornwell, William K.; Edwards, Will; Ejrnæs, Rasmus; Gonzales‐Ojeda, Therany; Graae, Bente J.; Hay, Gregory; Lumbwe, Fainess C.; Magaña‐Rodríguez, Benjamín; Moore, Ben D.; Peri, Pablo Luis; Poulsen, John R.; Stegen, James C.; Veldtman, Ruan; Zeipel, Hugo von; Andrew, Nigel R.; Boulter, Sarah L.; Borer, Elizabeth T.; Cornelissen, Johannes H.C.; Farji Brener, Alejandro Gustavo; DeGabriel, Jane L.; Jurado, Enrique; Kyhn, Line A.; Low, Bill; Mulder, Christa P.H.; Reardon Smith, Kathryn; Rodrıguez Velazquez, Jorge; De Fortier, An; Zheng, Zheng; Blendinger, Pedro Gerardo; Enquist, Brian J.; Facelli, Jose M.; Knight, Tiffany; Majer, Jonathan D.; Martinez Ramos, Miguel; McQuillan, Peter; Hui, Francis K.C. (Wiley, 2013-04)
      Most plant species have a range of traits that deter herbivores. However, understanding of how different defences are related to one another is surprisingly weak. Many authors argue that defence traits trade off against ...
    • Herbivores safeguard plant diversity by reducing variability in dominance 

      Mortensen, Brent; Danielson, Brent; Harpole, William Stanley; Alberti, Juan; Arnillas, Carlos Alberto; Biederman, Lori; Borer, Elizabeth T.; Cadotte, Marc William; Dwyer, John Matthew; Hagenah, Nicole; Hautier, Yann; Peri, Pablo Luis; Seabloom, Eric William (2018-01)
      Reductions in community evenness can lead to local extinctions as dominant species exclude subordinate species; however, herbivores can prevent competitive exclusion by consuming otherwise dominant plant species, thus ...
    • Nutrient availability controls the impact of mammalian herbivores on soil carbon and nitrogen pools in grasslands 

      Sitters, Judith; Wubs, E.R. Jasper; Bakker, Elisabeth S.; Crowther, Thomas W.; Adler, Peter B.; Bagchi, Sumanta; Bakker, Jonathan D.; Biederman, Lori; Borer, Elizabeth T.; Cleland, Elsa E.; Eisenhauer, Nico; Firn, Jennifer L.; Gherardi, Laureano A.; Hagenah, Nicole; Hautier, Yann; Hobbie, Sarah E.; Knops, Johannes M.H.; MacDougall, Andrew S.; McCulley, Rebecca L.; Moore, Joslin L.; Mortensen, Brent; Peri, Pablo Luis; Prober, Suzanne M.; Riggs, Charlotte E.; Risch, Anita C.; Schütz, Martin; Seabloom, Eric William; Siebert, Julia; Stevens, Carly J.; Veen, G.F. (Ciska) (Wiley, 2020-02)
      Grasslands are subject to considerable alteration due to human activities globally, including widespread changes in populations and composition of large mammalian herbivores and elevated supply of nutrients. Grassland soils ...
    • Spatial heterogeneity in species composition constrains plant community responses to herbivory and fertilisation 

      Hodapp, Dorothee; Borer, Elizabeth T.; Harpole, William Stanley; Lind, Eric M.; Seabloom, Eric William; Adler, Peter B.; Alberti, Juan; Arnillas, Carlos Alberto; Bakker, Jonathan D.; Biederman, Lori; Cadotte, Marc; Cleland, Elsa E.; Collins, Scott; Fay, Philip A.; Firn, Jennifer L.; Hagenah, Nicole; Hautier, Yann; Iribarne, Oscar; Knops, Johannes M.H.; McCulley, Rebecca L.; MacDougall, Andrew S.; Moore, Joslin L.; Morgan, John W.; Mortensen, Brent; La Pierre, Kimberly J.; Risch, Anita C.; Schütz, Martin; Peri, Pablo Luis; Stevens, Carly J.; Wright, Justin P.; Hillebrand, Helmut (Wiley, 2018-09)
      Environmental change can result in substantial shifts in community composition. The associated immigration and extinction events are likely constrained by the spatial distribution of species. Still, studies on environmental ...