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Herbivory (Woody Plants: Oak)

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Animals (Herbivores: Woody Plants, Oak)
Herbivory (Woody Plants: Oak)


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Summary


* -- Long-Term Effects of Elevated CO2 on Plant-Herbivore Interactions

* -- Long-Term Effects of Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment on Plant-Insect Interactions

* -- Herbivores vs. Oak Trees in a CO2-Enriched Atmosphere

CO2-Herbivore-Litter Interactions in a Scrub Oak Ecosystem

Elevated CO2 Reduces Herbivore Damage in a Scrub Oak Ecosystem

Insect Damage of Myrtle Oak Trees Exposed to Elevated CO2

Effects of Elevated CO2 on Plant-Insect Interactions in a Scrub-Oak Forest

Effects of Elevated CO2 and Temperature on Oak Leaf Palatability

Effects of Elevated CO2 on Insect Herbivores