Herbivore regulation of plant abundance in aquatic ecosystems.

@article{Wood2017HerbivoreRO,
  title={Herbivore regulation of plant abundance in aquatic ecosystems.},
  author={Kevin A Wood and Matthew T O'Hare and Claire McDonald and Kate R. Searle and Francis Daunt and Richard A. Stillman},
  journal={Biological reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society},
  year={2017},
  volume={92 2},
  pages={1128-1141}
}
Herbivory is a fundamental process that controls primary producer abundance and regulates energy and nutrient flows to higher trophic levels. Despite the recent proliferation of small-scale studies on herbivore effects on aquatic plants, there remains limited understanding of the factors that control consumer regulation of vascular plants in aquatic ecosystems. Our current knowledge of the regulation of primary producers has hindered efforts to understand the structure and functioning of… CONTINUE READING
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