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Ecology and Evolution of Trait-Mediated Indirect Interactions : Linking Evolution, Community and Ecosystemsby Edited by Takayuki Ohgushi , Oswald Schmitz , Robert D. Holt
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Table of Contents
|List of contributors|
|Perspective: kinds of trait-mediated indirect effects in ecological communities: a synthesis|
|Consequences of trait changes in host-parasitoid interactions in insect communities|
|The impact of trait-mediated indirect interactions in marine communities|
|Trait-mediated indirect interactions in size-structured populations: causes and consequences for species interactions and community dynamics|
|Trait-mediated effects, density dependence, and the dynamic stability of ecological systems|
|Plant effects on herbivore-enemy interactions in natural systems|
|The implications of adaptive prey behavior for ecological communities: a review of current theory|
|Community consequences of phenotypic plasticity of terrestrial plants: herbivore-initiated bottom-up trophic cascades|
|Model-based, response surface approaches to quantifying indirect interactions|
|Perspective: trait-mediated indirect interactions and the coevolutionary process|
|Evolutionary indirect effects: examples from introduced plant and herbivore interactions|
|Indirect evolutionary interactions in a multi-trophic system|
|The role of trait-mediated indirect interactions for multispecies plant-animal mutualisms|
|Consequences of trait evolution in a multi-species system|
|Perspective: interspecific indirect genetic effects (IIGEs): linking genetics and genomics to community ecology and ecosystem processes|
|Species functional traits, trophic control, and the ecosystem consequences of adaptive foraging in the middle of food chains|
|Effects of herbivores on terrestrial ecosystem processes: the role of trait mediated indirect effects|
|Functional and heritable consequences of plant genotype on community composition and ecosystem processes|
|Microbial mutualists and biodiversity in ecosystems|
|Integrating trait-mediated effects and non-trophic interactions in the study of biodiversity and ecosystem functioning|
|Perspective: consequences of trait-mediated indirect interactions for biological control of plant pests|
|Natural enemy functional identity, trait-mediated interactions, and biological control|
|Trait-mediated effects modify patch-size density relationships in insect herbivores and parasitoids|
|Plasticity and trait-mediated indirect interactions among plants|
|Climate change, phenology, and the nature of consumer-resource interactions: advancing the match/mismatch hypothesis|
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