Data from: Predator kairomones change food web structure and function, regardless of cues from consumed prey

Marino NAC, Srivastava DS, Farjalla VF

Date Published: September 29, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.3m2c3

 

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Title predator kairomones and prey cues
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Description The file contains all the data used in the manuscript. The first column are the treatment names. The second, third and fourth columns are different descriptors of bromeliad morphology: these three measures (data centered and standardized) were used in a PCA, and the first axis of the ordination was used as a measure of bromeliad size (site scores were multiplied by -1, so that larger scores represented larger bromeliads). The other variables in the file are the response variables used in our study. The units of measurement are shown together with the variable names.
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Marino NAC, Srivastava DS, Farjalla VF (2015) Predator kairomones change food web structure and function, regardless of cues from consumed prey. Oikos 125(7): 1017–1026. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/oik.02664

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Marino NAC, Srivastava DS, Farjalla VF (2015) Data from: Predator kairomones change food web structure and function, regardless of cues from consumed prey. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.3m2c3
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