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Leaf herbivory is more impacted by forest composition than by tree diversity or edge effects

Irene van Schrojenstein Lantman (UGent) , Lionel Hertzog (UGent) , Martijn L. Vandegehuchte (UGent) , An Martel (UGent) , Kris Verheyen (UGent) , Luc Lens (UGent) and Dries Bonte (UGent)
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ECOSYSTEM FUNCTION, ASSOCIATIONAL SUSCEPTIBILITY, INSECT HERBIVORES, SPECIES-DIVERSITY, PLANT TRAITS, BIODIVERSITY, RESISTANCE, ABUNDANCE, FRAGMENTATION, HABITAT, Herbivory, Edge effects, Biodiversity, Composition effects

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MLA
van Schrojenstein Lantman, Irene et al. “Leaf Herbivory Is More Impacted by Forest Composition Than by Tree Diversity or Edge Effects.” BASIC AND APPLIED ECOLOGY 29 (2018): 79–88. Print.
APA
van Schrojenstein Lantman, I., Hertzog, L., Vandegehuchte, M. L., Martel, A., Verheyen, K., Lens, L., & Bonte, D. (2018). Leaf herbivory is more impacted by forest composition than by tree diversity or edge effects. BASIC AND APPLIED ECOLOGY, 29, 79–88.
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van Schrojenstein Lantman, Irene, Lionel Hertzog, Martijn L. Vandegehuchte, An Martel, Kris Verheyen, Luc Lens, and Dries Bonte. 2018. “Leaf Herbivory Is More Impacted by Forest Composition Than by Tree Diversity or Edge Effects.” Basic and Applied Ecology 29: 79–88.
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van Schrojenstein Lantman, Irene, Lionel Hertzog, Martijn L. Vandegehuchte, An Martel, Kris Verheyen, Luc Lens, and Dries Bonte. 2018. “Leaf Herbivory Is More Impacted by Forest Composition Than by Tree Diversity or Edge Effects.” Basic and Applied Ecology 29: 79–88.
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van Schrojenstein Lantman I, Hertzog L, Vandegehuchte ML, Martel A, Verheyen K, Lens L, et al. Leaf herbivory is more impacted by forest composition than by tree diversity or edge effects. BASIC AND APPLIED ECOLOGY. 2018;29:79–88.
IEEE
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I. van Schrojenstein Lantman et al., “Leaf herbivory is more impacted by forest composition than by tree diversity or edge effects,” BASIC AND APPLIED ECOLOGY, vol. 29, pp. 79–88, 2018.
@article{8587141,
  author       = {van Schrojenstein Lantman, Irene and Hertzog, Lionel and Vandegehuchte, Martijn L. and Martel, An and Verheyen, Kris and Lens, Luc and Bonte, Dries},
  issn         = {1439-1791},
  journal      = {BASIC AND APPLIED ECOLOGY},
  keywords     = {ECOSYSTEM FUNCTION,ASSOCIATIONAL SUSCEPTIBILITY,INSECT HERBIVORES,SPECIES-DIVERSITY,PLANT TRAITS,BIODIVERSITY,RESISTANCE,ABUNDANCE,FRAGMENTATION,HABITAT,Herbivory,Edge effects,Biodiversity,Composition effects},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {79--88},
  title        = {Leaf herbivory is more impacted by forest composition than by tree diversity or edge effects},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.baae.2018.03.006},
  volume       = {29},
  year         = {2018},
}

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