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Data from: Plant interactions shape pollination networks via nonadditive effects
负责人:
Losapio, Gianalberto
关键词:
biodiversity competition ecological networks ecosystem functioning facilitation foundation species interaction chains interaction diversity nestedness pollination
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.84rs783
摘要:
of plantplant interactions rarely consider how plants interact with other trophic levels such as pollinators. On the other, studies of plantanimal
Data from: Non-trophic plant-animal interactions mediate positive density dependence among conspecific saplings
负责人:
?ywiec, Magdalena
关键词:
aggregation antler rubbing density- and distance-dependent processes plant-herbivore interactions spatial point pattern analysis tree mortality
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.db86ft8
摘要:
Trophic plant-animal interactions (e.g. browsing by ungulates, insect attack) are an important and well-studied source of mortality in many tree
Data from: Context-dependency and anthropogenic effects on individual plant-frugivore networks
负责人:
Miguel, Maria Florencia
关键词:
ecological networks intrapopulation heterogeneity land uses
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.1n755
摘要:
d by habitat modifications of anthropogenic origin. The neighborhood surrounding each individual plant influenced plant-frugivore interactions only at the grazed-land trees
Data from: Direct and plant trait-mediated effects of the local environmental context on butterfly oviposition patterns
负责人:
Valdés, Alicia
关键词:
predispersal seed predation context-dependency environmental variation
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.gr756
摘要:
Variation in the intensity of plant-animal interactions over different spatial scales is widespread and might strongly influence fitness and tra
Data from: Experimental manipulation of floral scent bouquets restructures flower-visitor interactions in the field
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关键词:
community structure floral extracts flower visitor partitioning floral filters olfactometer trials
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.c510p
摘要:
trophic levels. For plantanimal interactions, it is predicted that both stochastic processes and functional plant traits that facilitate or prevent interactions
Data from: Variation in neighbourhood context shapes frugivore-mediated facilitation and competition among co-dispersed plant species
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关键词:
Plant–plant interactions plant-animal mutualism interaction networks seed dispersal limiting similarity niche differentiation phenological overlap Bia?owie?a Forest
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.s1b7q
摘要:
hesis. Our study highlights that, in spite of the overall signal of competition, frugivore-mediated interactions among co-fruiting plant species may consistent
Data from: Context-dependent interactions between pathogens and a mutualist affect pathogen fitness and mutualist benefits to hosts
负责人:
Marchetto, Katherine
关键词:
coinfection plant-microbe interactions symbiont interactions bean common mosaic virus clover yellow vein virus
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.sc35630
摘要:
vertical transmission rates for plants without supplemental nitrogen, but overall vertical transmission opportunities were not affected due to reduced seed producti
Data from: Moving from frugivory to seed dispersal: incorporating the functional outcomes of interactions in plant-frugivore networks
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关键词:
frugivorous birds;ecological networks;antagonism;fleshy fruits;pulp pecking;mutualistic networks;seed predation;mutualism
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.r3d70m9
摘要:
c networks, including pollination and seed dispersal networks, interactions are generally sampled by recording animal foraging visits to plants. However, these visits ma
Data from: Herbivore-induced changes in flower scent and morphology affect the structure of flower–visitor networks but not plant reproduction
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关键词:
age-dependent effects Brassicaceae flower-visitor network
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.p1208
摘要:
s in vegetative plant parts, plant-physiological mechanisms, and effects on plant-animal interactions have been intensively studied from species to community level
Data from: Intraspecific variation in herbivore-induced plant volatiles influences the spatial range of plant-parasitoid interactions
负责人:
Aartsma, Yavanna
关键词:
insect-plant interactions spatial ecology animal behaviour
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.8n3d110
摘要:
sitoids, and ultimately spatial patterns of plant-insect interactions. It is therefore important to consider plant-trait variation in HIPVs when studying animal

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