Asymmetric competition via induced resistance: specialist herbivores indirectly suppress generalist preference and populations.

@article{Long2007AsymmetricCV,
  title={Asymmetric competition via induced resistance: specialist herbivores indirectly suppress generalist preference and populations.},
  author={Jeremy D. Long and Rebecca S. Hamilton and Jocelyn L Mitchell},
  journal={Ecology},
  year={2007},
  volume={88 5},
  pages={1232-40}
}
Species may compete indirectly by altering the traits of a shared resource. For example, herbivore-induced responses in plants may make plants more resistant or susceptible to additional herbivorous insect species. Herbivore-induced plant responses can significantly affect interspecific competition and herbivore population dynamics. These herbivore-herbivore indirect interactions have been overlooked in aquatic ecosystems where previous studies used the same herbivore species to induce changes… CONTINUE READING
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