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Seedling resistance, tolerance and escape from herbivores: insights from co-dominant canopy tree species in a resource-poor African rain forest



Seedling resistance, tolerance and escape from herbivores: insights from co-dominant canopy tree species in a resource-poor African rain forest



Functional Ecology 28(6): 1426-1439




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DOI: 10.1111/1365-2435.12279


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