Stronger Inducible Defences Enhance Persistence Of Intraguild Prey

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Wiley-blackwell
Publication Type:
Journal Article
Citation:
Journal Of Animal Ecology, 2010, 79 (5), pp. 993 - 999
Issue Date:
2010-01
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P>1. Intraguild predation is widespread in nature despite its potentially destabilizing effect on food web dynamics. 2. Anti-predator inducible defences affect both birth and death rates of populations and have the potential to substantially modify food
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