Экология, экологическая безопасность и борьба за первозданность природы.

Экология. Особи, популяции и сообщества Часть 3

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16.4.3, 16.4.4
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17.2, 17.3.1
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Cornell H. V., Washbum J. O. A979). Evolution of the richness-area correlation
for cynipid gall wasps on oak trees: a comparison of two geographic areas,
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19.1, 20.3.3
Cowie R. J. A977). Optimal foraging in great tits Parus major, Nature (Lon-
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2.4, 2.7, 16.3.4
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12.2.2, 12.5.2
Crawley M. J. A983). Herbivory: the dynamics of animal-plant interactions,
Blackwell Scientific Publication, Oxford.
8.2.1, 8.2.6, 8.3, 8.4, 9.2.2, 9.5.2, 9.7, 9.8, 10.1
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Crisp O. J. A976). The role of the pelagic larva. In: Perspectives in Experimen-
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Crisp M. D., Lange R. T. A976). Age structure distribution and survival under
grazing of the arid zone shrub Acacia burkittii, Oikos, 27, 86—92.