Review Behaviour and indirect interactions in food webs of plant-inhabiting arthropods

  title={Review Behaviour and indirect interactions in food webs of plant-inhabiting arthropods},
  author={Arne Janssen and Angelo Pallini and Madelaine Venzon and Maurice W. Sabelis},
  journal={Experimental & Applied Acarology},
With the increased use of biological control agents, artificial food webs are created in agricultural crops and the interactions between plants, herbivores and natural enemies change from simple tritrophic interactions to more complex food web interactions. Therefore, herbivore densities will not only be determined by direct predator–prey interactions and direct and indirect defence of plants against herbivores, but also by other direct and indirect interactions such as apparent competition… CONTINUE READING


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