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RESOURCE PARTITIONING BY PREDATORS IMPACTS INSECT COMMUNITIES
More-diverse consumer communities typically extract more resources, a phenomenon often attributed to resource partitioning. However, convincingly demonstrating this role of resource partitioning has been difficult. In some ...
RECIPROCAL INTERACTIONS BETWEEN NON-VECTOR COMMUNITY MEMBERS AND AN INSECT-TRANSMITTED PLANT PATHOGEN
Plant viruses interact with arthropod vectors in complex ecosystems consisting of many different components. Non-vector insect herbivores and plant-mutualistic bacteria are often present in these systems, and may have ...
Itegrated Biological Control of Woolly Apple Aphid in Washington State
Woolly apple aphid
NATIVE HABITAT RESTORATION IN EASTERN WASHINGTON WINE VINEYARDS AS A PEST MANAGEMENT STRATEGY
Perennial crop systems such as wine grapes have begun using cover crops and hedgerows to increase beneficial insects and promote sustainable vineyard management in areas such as New Zealand and California. However, in arid ...