From plants to herbivores. Novel insights into the ecological and evolutionary consequences of plant variation

Müller C, Orians CM (2018)
Oecologia 187(2): 357-360.

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Müller, CarolineUniBi; Orians, Colin M.
Erscheinungsjahr
2018
Zeitschriftentitel
Oecologia
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187
Ausgabe
2
Seite(n)
357-360
ISSN
0029-8549
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Müller C, Orians CM. From plants to herbivores. Novel insights into the ecological and evolutionary consequences of plant variation. Oecologia. 2018;187(2):357-360.
Müller, C., & Orians, C. M. (2018). From plants to herbivores. Novel insights into the ecological and evolutionary consequences of plant variation. Oecologia, 187(2), 357-360. doi:10.1007/s00442-018-4126-2
Müller, C., and Orians, C. M. (2018). From plants to herbivores. Novel insights into the ecological and evolutionary consequences of plant variation. Oecologia 187, 357-360.
Müller, C., & Orians, C.M., 2018. From plants to herbivores. Novel insights into the ecological and evolutionary consequences of plant variation. Oecologia, 187(2), p 357-360.
C. Müller and C.M. Orians, “From plants to herbivores. Novel insights into the ecological and evolutionary consequences of plant variation”, Oecologia, vol. 187, 2018, pp. 357-360.
Müller, C., Orians, C.M.: From plants to herbivores. Novel insights into the ecological and evolutionary consequences of plant variation. Oecologia. 187, 357-360 (2018).
Müller, Caroline, and Orians, Colin M. “From plants to herbivores. Novel insights into the ecological and evolutionary consequences of plant variation”. Oecologia 187.2 (2018): 357-360.

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