Phosphorus content in detritus controls life-history traits of a detritivore

@inproceedings{Danger2013PhosphorusCI,
  title={Phosphorus content in detritus controls life-history traits of a detritivore},
  author={Michael Danger and Julio Arce Funck and Simon Devin and Julie Heberle and Vincent Felten},
  year={2013}
}
Summary Ecological stoichiometry, that is, the study of mass balance of multiple key chemical elements during ecological interactions, has recently been generalized to most ecosystems. Yet, effects of stoichiometric constraints on the life-history traits of detritivores, one of the most important trophic level through its importance in nutrient cycling, are still poorly documented. Forested headwater streams constitute representative detritus-based ecosystems, relying on leaf litter inputs as… CONTINUE READING

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