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  1. There is an urgent need to explore and utilize naturally occurring products for combating harmful agricultural and public health pests. Secondary metabolites in the leaves of the Tree of Heaven, Ailanthus altissi...

    Authors: Rong Tsao, Frieda E Romanchuk, Chris J Peterson and Joel R Coats

    Citation: BMC Ecology 2002 2:1

    Content type: Research article

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  2. Changes in the survival-rate during the larval phase may strongly influence the recruitment level in marine fish species. During the larval phase different 'critical periods' are discussed, e.g. the hatching p...

    Authors: Rüdiger Voss, Hans-Harald Hinrichsen and Kai Wieland

    Citation: BMC Ecology 2001 1:4

    Content type: Research article

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  3. The Resource Dispersion Hypothesis (RDH) proposes a mechanism for the passive formation of social groups where resources are dispersed, even in the absence of any benefits of group living per se. Despite supporti...

    Authors: Dominic DP Johnson, Samantha Baker, Michael D Morecroft and David W Macdonald

    Citation: BMC Ecology 2001 1:2

    Content type: Research article

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  4. Heavy metals, especially copper, nickel, lead and zinc, have adverse effects on terrestrial and in aquatic environments. However, their impact can vary depending on the nature of organisms. Taking into account...

    Authors: Roman A Danilov and Nils GA Ekelund

    Citation: BMC Ecology 2001 1:1

    Content type: Research article

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