Testing the stress-gradient hypothesis with aquatic detritivorous invertebrates: insights for biodiversity-ecosystem functioning research.

@article{Fugre2012TestingTS,
  title={Testing the stress-gradient hypothesis with aquatic detritivorous invertebrates: insights for biodiversity-ecosystem functioning research.},
  author={Vincent Fug{\`e}re and P Andino and Ronald Espinosa and F Anthelme and Damien Jacobsen and Olivier Dangles},
  journal={The Journal of animal ecology},
  year={2012},
  volume={81 6},
  pages={1259-1267}
}
1. The stress-gradient hypothesis (SGH) states that environmental stress modulates species interactions, causing a shift from negative interactions to net positive interactions with increasing stress. 2. Potentially, this modulation of species interactions could in turn influence biodiversity-ecosystem function (B-EF) relationships along stress gradients. Although the SGH has been extensively discussed in plant community ecology in the past two decades, it has received little attention from… CONTINUE READING
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