505 pages, Figs, tabs
Explores the degree to which animal-plant interactions are determined by plant variability. Many of the patterns seen in natural communities appear to result from cascading effects up rather than down the trophic system.
It is likely that anyone interested in the issues of population limitation and regulation of herbivore community assemblage in terrestial systems will find 'meat for thought' here. --ECOLOGY "This book would serve as an excellent basis for a graduate-level course in plant-animal interactions...Most authors have made synthetic arguments and presented new hypotheses. Because of this effort, most of the chapters retain a freshness that engage the reader's interest and stimulates further discussion." --TREE
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