Further Reading

Branch GM (1984) Competition between marine organisms: Ecological and evolutionary implications. Annual Review of Oceanography and Marine Biology 22: 429-593.

Caughley GJ (1977) Analysis of Vertebrate Populations. London: Wiley-Interscience.

Dicke M (1999) Evolution of induced indirect defense of plants. In: Tollrian R and Harvell CD (eds.) The Ecology and Evolution of Inducible Defenses, pp. 62-88. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Fryxell J (1997) Functional responses to resource complexity: An experimental analysis of foraging by beavers. In: Olff H, Brown VK, and Drent RH (eds.) Herbivores: Between Plants and Predators, pp. 371-396. Oxford: Blackwell Science.

Hairston NG, Smith FE, and Slobodkin LB (1960) Community structure, population control, and competition. American Naturalist 94: 421-425.

Hay ME and Fenical W (1988) Marine plant-herbivore interactions: The ecology of chemical defenses. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 19: 111-145.

Hutchinson GE (1961) The paradox of the plankton. American Naturalist 95: 137-145.

Janzen DH (1966) Coevolution of mutualism between ants and acacias in Central America. Evolution 20: 249-275.

Karban R and Baldwin IT (1997) Induced Responses to Herbivory. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Lubchenco J and Gaines SD (1981) A unified approach to marine plant-herbivore interactions. I. Population and communities. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 12: 405-437.

McNaughton SJ (1970) Serengeti migratory wildebeest: Facilitation of energy flow by grazing. Science 191: 92-94.

Sabelis MW, Van Baalen M, Bakker FM, et al. (1997) The evolution of direct and indirect plant defence against herbivorous arthropods. In: Olff H, Brown VK, and Drent RH (eds.) Herbivores: Between Plants and Predators, pp. 109-166. Oxford: Blackwell Science.

Wootton JT (1994) The nature and consequences of indirect effects in ecological communities. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 25: 443-466.

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