Chemical ecology of predator – prey interactions in aquatic ecosystems : a review and prospectus 1

@inproceedings{Ferrari2010ChemicalEO,
  title={Chemical ecology of predator – prey interactions in aquatic ecosystems : a review and prospectus 1},
  author={Maud C. O. Ferrari and Brian D Wisenden and Douglas P Chivers},
  year={2010}
}
The interaction between predator and prey is an evolutionary arms race, for which early detection by either party is often the key to success. In aquatic ecosystems, olfaction is an essential source of information for many prey and predators and a number of cues have been shown to play a key role in trait-mediated indirect interactions in aquatic communities. Here, we review the nature and role of predator kairomones, chemical alarm cues, disturbance cues, and diet cues on the behaviour… CONTINUE READING

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