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three-trophic-level perspective on factors influencing herbivore abundance on collard
James D. McIver
Written in English
|Statement||by James D. McIver.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 104 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||104|
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Title: A Three-Trophic-Level Perspective on Factors Influencing Herbivore Abundance on Collard. Abstract approved: Redacted for privacy ir Yeffrey C. Miller The influence of natural enemies and plant apparency in determining the abundance of the cabbage aphid Brevicoryne brassicae L.
and the imported cabbageworm Pieris rapae L. was examined. A three-trophic-level perspective on factors influencing herbivore abundance on collard Public Deposited. level approach to theories on plant defense and predator-prey relations would add to our understanding of patterns of herbivore abundance in nature and would offer a theoretical framework for the design of multiple cropping : James D.
McIver. Bacterial densities showed a non‐linear response to temperature that depended on the presence or absence of higher trophic levels (Fig. 1a,d and Table. 1).In the absence of other species bacterial densities were highest at intermediate temperatures, for weeks 3–4 ().In weeks 5–6, this trend was a simple negative function of temperature ().
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PubMed. Gadsby, Stephen. Cognitive neuropsychiatry has had much success in providing theoretical models for. ics in weed-diversified cropping systems attribute a role to the physi-cal structure of the plant canopies in achieving decreased herbivore abundance and/or increased natural enemy densities, few experi-ments have removed the confounding influence of plant-species rich-ness to assess the effects of plant architecture and density per se (Altieri /5(8).