Enemy Release ? an Experiment with Congeneric Plant Pairs and Diverse Above-and Belowground Enemies

@inproceedings{Agrawal2005EnemyR,
  title={Enemy Release ? an Experiment with Congeneric Plant Pairs and Diverse Above-and Belowground Enemies},
  author={Anurag A. Agrawal and Peter M Kotanen and Charles E Mitchell and Alison G. Power and William Godsoe and John N. Klironomos},
  year={2005}
}
Several hypotheses proposed to explain the success of introduced species focus on altered interspecific interactions. One of the most prominent, the Enemy Release Hypothesis, posits that invading species benefit compared to their native counterparts if they lose their herbivores and pathogens during the invasion process. We previously reported on a common garden experiment (from 2002) in which we compared levels of herbivory between 30 taxonomically paired native and introduced old-field plants… CONTINUE READING
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