Predator effects on a detritus-based food web are primarily mediated by nontrophic interactions

Majdi N, Boiche A, Traunspurger W, Lecerf A (2014)
Journal of Animal Ecology 83(4): 953-962.

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Majdi N, Boiche A, Traunspurger W, Lecerf A. Predator effects on a detritus-based food web are primarily mediated by nontrophic interactions. Journal of Animal Ecology. 2014;83(4):953-962.
Majdi, N., Boiche, A., Traunspurger, W., & Lecerf, A. (2014). Predator effects on a detritus-based food web are primarily mediated by nontrophic interactions. Journal of Animal Ecology, 83(4), 953-962. doi:10.1111/1365-2656.12189
Majdi, N., Boiche, A., Traunspurger, W., and Lecerf, A. (2014). Predator effects on a detritus-based food web are primarily mediated by nontrophic interactions. Journal of Animal Ecology 83, 953-962.
Majdi, N., et al., 2014. Predator effects on a detritus-based food web are primarily mediated by nontrophic interactions. Journal of Animal Ecology, 83(4), p 953-962.
N. Majdi, et al., “Predator effects on a detritus-based food web are primarily mediated by nontrophic interactions”, Journal of Animal Ecology, vol. 83, 2014, pp. 953-962.
Majdi, N., Boiche, A., Traunspurger, W., Lecerf, A.: Predator effects on a detritus-based food web are primarily mediated by nontrophic interactions. Journal of Animal Ecology. 83, 953-962 (2014).
Majdi, Nabil, Boiche, Anatole, Traunspurger, Walter, and Lecerf, Antoine. “Predator effects on a detritus-based food web are primarily mediated by nontrophic interactions”. Journal of Animal Ecology 83.4 (2014): 953-962.

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