Bottom-up trophic cascades and material transfer in terrestrial food webs

@article{Kagata2005BottomupTC,
  title={Bottom-up trophic cascades and material transfer in terrestrial food webs},
  author={Hideki Kagata and Takayuki Ohgushi},
  journal={Ecological Research},
  year={2005},
  volume={21},
  pages={26-34}
}
In contrast to top-down trophic cascades, few reviews have appeared of bottom-up trophic cascades. We review the recent development of research on bottom-up cascades in terrestrial food webs, focusing on tritrophic systems consisting of plants, herbivorous insects, and natural enemies, and attempt to integrate bottom-up cascade and material transfer among trophic levels. Bottom-up cascades are frequently reported in various tritrophic systems, and are important to determine community structure… CONTINUE READING
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