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Biological Reviews, ISSN 1464-7931, 2012, Volume 87, Issue 3, pp. 661 - 685
Understanding how landscape characteristics affect biodiversity patterns and ecological processes at local and landscape scales is critical for mitigating... 
international | beta diversity | belowground‐aboveground patterns | resilience and stability | multitrophic interactions | functional traits | conservation management | ecosystem functioning and services | spatial heterogeneity | landscape composition and configuration | insurance hypothesis | Ecosystem functioning and services | Belowground-aboveground patterns | Insurance hypothesis | Spatial heterogeneity | Beta diversity | Functional traits | Conservation management | Multitrophic interactions | Landscape composition and configuration | Resilience and stability | SPECIES-AREA RELATIONSHIPS | FOOD-WEB STRUCTURE | SOIL DECOMPOSER COMMUNITY | TROPICAL HABITAT GRADIENT | NATURAL ENEMY DIVERSITY | AGRI-ENVIRONMENT SCHEMES | DIFFERENT SPATIAL SCALES | EXPERIMENTALLY FRAGMENTED LANDSCAPE | LAND-USE INTENSITY | BIOLOGY | BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL AGENTS | belowground-aboveground patterns | Conservation of Natural Resources - methods | Animals | Plants | Biodiversity | Ecosystem | Environmental Monitoring - methods | Rural land use | Endangered species | Human beings | Biological diversity conservation | Protection and preservation | Influence | Influence on nature | Management | Landscape ecology | Ekologi | Ecology | different spatial scales | experimentally fragmented landscape | agri-environment schemes | natural enemy diversity | biological-control agents | land-use intensity | tropical habitat gradient | food-web str | species-area relationships | soil decomposer community
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Biological Control, ISSN 1049-9644, 2007, Volume 43, Issue 3, pp. 294 - 309
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Insectes Sociaux, ISSN 0020-1812, 2/2013, Volume 60, Issue 1, pp. 31 - 41
Ant nests are stable resource patches that can be utilized by myrmecophiles (organisms living in association with ants). Mites are the most abundant guests in... 
Life Sciences | Symbiosis | Acari | Lasius | Entomology | Social parasitism | Biodiversity | Myrmecophiles | PARASITES | LOUISIANA | SOIL BIOTA | FORMICIDAE | ASTIGMATA | ENTOMOLOGY | ARMY ANTS | IMPORTED FIRE ANT | CHEMISTRY | INVICTA BUREN HYMENOPTERA | Ants | Universities and colleges | Analysis | Biological diversity
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Animal Behaviour, ISSN 0003-3472, 2006, Volume 72, Issue 2, pp. 487 - 502
We examined behavioural switching in the cricket . Animals are constantly exposed to sensory information that must be integrated by the nervous system and... 
TELEOGRYLLUS-OCEANICUS | ZOOLOGY | HOUSE CRICKET | MOLLUSK PLEUROBRANCHAEA | GIANT INTERNEURONS | GRYLLUS-BIMACULATUS DEGEER | DESCENDING INTERNEURONS | BIOGENIC-AMINES | FEEDING-BEHAVIOR | FIELD CRICKET | BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES | SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION | Research | Touch | Crickets | Courtship of animals | Sexual behavior
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Biological Reviews, ISSN 1464-7931, 2012, Volume 87, Issue 3, pp. 661 - 685
Understanding how landscape characteristics affect biodiversity patterns and ecological processes at local and landscape scales is critical for mitigating... 
different spatial scales | experimentally fragmented landscape | agri-environment schemes | natural enemy diversity | biological-control agents | land-use intensity | tropical habitat gradient | food-web str | species-area relationships | soil decomposer community
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Oikos, ISSN 0030-1299, 9/2000, Volume 90, Issue 3, pp. 525 - 538
The effects of habitat fragmentation may include the loss of species from isolated fragments or changes in species abundances among habitats that differ in... 
Insect communities | Ordinations | Beetles | Ants | Habitat conservation | Habitat loss | Edge effects | Habitat fragmentation | Insect colonies | Animal traps | GROUND BEETLES | OLD-FIELD | SPECIES RESPONSES | CONSERVATION | ECOLOGY | DIVERSITY | COMMUNITIES | LANDSCAPE CONNECTIVITY | FORAGING ECOLOGY | COLEOPTERA | CARABID BEETLES
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