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Interaction intensity and importance along two stress gradients: adding shape to the stress-gradient hypothesis
The stress-gradient hypothesis (SGH) predicts that the community-wide prevalence of positive interactions, relative to negative interactions, is greater under more severe environmental conditions. Because the frequency ...
Parasite-specific variation and the extent of male-biased parasitism; an example with a South African rodent and ectoparasitic arthropods
(Cambridge University Press, 2010)
We asked whether the occurrence and the extent of host gender-biased parasitism vary among higher parasite taxa, among individual species within these taxa and within parasite species among localities. To answer this ...