Roy Pemberton

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Plant morphology may be shaped, in part, by the third trophic level. Leaf domatia, minute enclosures usually in vein axils on the leaf underside, may provide the basis for protective mutualism between plants and mites. Domatia are particularly frequent among species of trees, shrubs, and vines in the temperate broadleaf deciduous forests in north Asia where(More)
As filter-feeding planktivores, Atlantic menhaden (Brevoortia tyrannus) have the potential to positively impact water quality through the filtration and ingestion of phytoplankton and the assimilation of nutrients. To evaluate the impact of young-of-theyear (YOY) and age-1+ menhaden on Chesapeake Bay, a eutrophic estuary, age-specific rates of ingestion of(More)
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