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trophic structure


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trophic structure

trophic structure

trophic structure

Enrichment, trophic structure, and stability

Estuarine relationships between zooplankton community structure and trophic gradients

Intercropping With Aromatic Plants Decreases Herbivore Abundance, Species Richness, and Shifts Arthropod Community Trophic Structure

Review of small mammal trophic structure in drylands: resource availability, use, and disturbance

Diet and Trophic Structure in a Community of Fruit-Eating Bats in Lacandon Forest, México

Zooplankton community structure along a trophic gradient in a canyon-shaped dam reservoir

Scavenging on trawled seabeds can modify trophic size structure of bottom-dwelling fish

Phytoplankton size structure, distribution, and primary production as the basis for trophic analysis of Caribbean ecosystems

Examining mesozooplankton patch structure and its implications for trophic interactions in the northern Gulf of Mexico

Fishing effects on spatial distribution and trophic guild structure of the fish community in the Georges Bank region

Taxonomic versus trophic structure of mesozooplankton: a seasonal study of species succession and stable carbon and nitrogen isotopes in a coastal upwelling ecosystem

Copepod grazing impact on the trophic structure of the microbial assemblage of the San Pedro Channel, California

Trophic structure in the pelagial of 25 shallow New Zealand lakes: changes along nutrient and fish gradients

Effects of mesozooplankton removal and ammonium addition on planktonic trophic structure during a bloom of the Texas ‘brown tide’: a mesocosm study

Comparison of fluctuations in fish communities and trophic structures of ecosystems from three currents around Japan: synchronies and differences

Megafauna community structure and trophic relationships at the recently discovered Concepción Methane Seep Area, Chile, ∼36°S

 

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The organization of feeding relationships in an ecosystem into the different levels in a food chain, such as producers (plants), primary consumers (herbivores), and secondary consumers (carnivores).

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