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From rich to poor – what happens in the soil?

What happens with plants, microbes and animals during soli transition from mull to mor? Find out in the Early View paper "Coordination of aboveground and belowground responses to local-scale soil fertility differences between two contrasting Jamaican rain forest types...

Frugivory and seed dispersal

What is it that determines if a bird should deposit a seed from a fruit in a specific place or not? I the Early View paper "Seed dispersal in heterogeneous landscapes: linking field observations with spatially explicit models" , Jessica E Lavabre ad colleagues combines...

How much do asexual plants actually change?

A sexual reproduction system should confer higher mutation rates and hence evolutionary rate than asexual ones. Is it really so? Find out in the Early View paper “Asexual plants change just as often and just as fast as do sexual plants when introduced to a new range”...

Do invasive species alter litter nitrogen release?

Can invasive species actually alter their environment so that more nutrients are available for them? Find out in the Early View paper "Non-additive effects of invasive tree litter shift seasonal N release: a potential invasion feedback" by Michael J. Schuster and...

Tuna-tern facillitation

How do seabirds cooperate with tunas to find more fish? Find out in the Early View paper " Facilitative interactions among the pelagic community of temperate migratory terns, tunas and dolphins" by Holly F Goyert and co-workers. Below is their short summary of the...