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Bratbak G and Thingstad TF (1985) Phytoplankton-bacteria interactions: An apparent paradox? Analysis of a model system with both competition and commensalism. Marine Ecology - Progress Series 25: 23-30.

Butler GJ and Wolkowicz GSK (1987) Exploitative competition in a chemostat for two complementary, and possibly inhibitory, resources. Mathematical Biosciences 83: 1-48.

Chase JM and Leibold MA (2003) Ecological Niches. Chicago, Illinois: Chicago University Press.

DeFreitas MJ and Frederickson AG (1978) Inhibition as a factor in the maintenance of the diversity of microbial ecosystems. Journal of General Microbiology 106: 307-320.

Grover JP (1997) Resource Competition. London: Chapman and Hall.

Grover JP (2002) Stoichiometry, herbivory and competition for nutrients: Simple models based on planktonic ecosystems. Journal of Theoretical Biology 214: 599-618.

Grover JP (2004) Predation, competition and nutrient recycling: A stoichiometric approach with multiple nutrients. Journal of Theoretical Biology 229: 31-43.

Hall SR (2004) Stoichiometrically explicit competition between grazers: Species replacement, coexistence, and priority effects along resource supply gradients. American Naturalist 164: 157-172.

Holt RD, Grover P, and Tilman D (1994) Simple rules for interspecific dominance in systems with exploitative and apparent competition. American Naturalist 144: 741-771.

Huisman J and Weissing FJ (1999) Biodiversity of plankton by species oscillations and chaos. Nature 402: 407-410.

Loladze I, Kuang Y, Elser JJ, and Fagan WF (2004) Competition and stoichiometry: Coexistence of two predators on one prey. Theoretical Population Biology 65: 1-15.

Lotka AJ (1925) Elements of Physical Biology. Baltimore, MD: Williams & Wilkins.

Megee RD, Drake JF, Frederickson AG, and Tsuchiya HM (1971) Studies in intermicrobial symbiosis: Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Lactobacillus casei. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 18:1733-1742.

Miller TE, Burns JH, Munguia P, etal. (2005). A critical review of twenty years' use of the resource-ratio theory. American Naturalist 165: 439-448.

Sterner RW and Elser JJ (2002) Ecological Stoichiometry. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Tilman D (1981) Tests of resource competition theory using four species of Lake Michigan algae. Ecology 62: 802-815.

Tilman D (1982) Resource Competition and Community Structure. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

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