Экология, экологическая безопасность и борьба за первозданность природы.

Экология. Особи, популяции и сообщества Часть 3

4.6.1, 4.6.2
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Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 76,
Cromartie W. J. A975). The effect of stand size and vegetational background on
the colonization of cruciferous plants by herbivorous insects, Journal of Applied
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Culver D., Holsinger J. R., Baroody R. A973). Toward a predictive cave biogeo-
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Cummins K. W. A974). Structure and function of stream ecosystems, BioScience,
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11.2.2, 11.3.1
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Daly H. V., Doyer J. Т., Ehrlich P. R. A978). Introduction to Insect Biology and
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Darwin C. A859). The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, 1st edn.,
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1.1.1, 8.2.4, 19.2.1
Darwin C. A888). The Formation of Vegetable Mould through the Action of
Worms, John Murray, London.
Dash M. C, Hota A. K. A980). Density on the survival, growth rafe, and
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Davidson D. W. A977). Species diversity and community organization in desert
seed-eating ants, Ecology, 58, 711—724.
7.10.2, 22.3.1
Davidson D. W. A978). Size variability in the worker caste of a social insect
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\' 7.10.2
Davidson J. A938). On the growth on the sheep population in Tasmania, Trans-
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Davidson J. A944). On the relationship between temperature and rate oi deve-
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Davidson J., Andrewartha H. G. A948a). Annual trends in a natural population
of Thrips imaginis (Thysanoptera), Journal of Animal Ecology, 17 193—
15.2, 15.2.1
Davidson /., Andrewartha H. G. A948b). The influence of rainfall, evaporation
and atmospheric temperature on fluctuations in the size of a natural popula-
tion of Thrips imaginis (Thysanoptera), Journal of Animal Ecology, 17, 200—
15.2, 15.2.1
Davies N. B. A977). Prey selection and social behaviour in wagtails (Aves:
Motacillidae), Journal of Animal Ecology, 46, 37—57.
Davies N. B. A978). Ecological questions about territorial behaviour. In: Beha-
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Davies N. В., Houston A. I. A984). Territory economics. In: Behavioural Eco-
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Davis M. В., Brubaker L. В., Webb T. Ill A973). Calibration of absolute pollen
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Davis M. G. A976). Pleistocene biogeography of temperate deciduous forests,
Geoscience and Man, 13, 13—26.
Dawkins R. A976). The Selfish Gene, Oxford University Press, Oxford.
DeAngelis D. L. A975). Stability and connectance in food web models, Ecology,
56, 238—243.
DeAngelis D. L. A980). Energy flow, nutrient cycling and ecosystem resilience,
Ecology, 61, 764—771.
DeBach P. (ed.) A964). Biological Control of Insect Pests and Weeds, Chapman
and Hall, London.
Deevey E. S. A947). Life tables for natural populations of animals, Quarterly
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Dempster J. P. A983). The natural control of populations of butterflies and
moths, Biological Reviews, 58, 461—481.
Dempster J. P., Lakhani К. Н. A979). A population model for cinnabar moth
and its food plant, ragwort, Journal of Animal Ecology, 48, 143—164.
Denholm-Young P. A. A978). Studies on decomposing cattle dung and its
associated fauna, D. Phil, thesis, Oxford University.
Diamond J. M. A972). Biogeographic kinetics: estimation of relaxation times
for avifaunas of South-west Pacific islands, Proceedings of the National
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Diamond J. M. A973). Distributional ecology of New Guinea birds, Science,
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Diamond J. M. A975). Assembly of species communities. In: Ecology and Evo-
lution of Communities, M. L. Cody and J. M. Diamond eds., Belknap, Cam-
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7.10. , 18.3.3, 18.4.2, 18.4.3, 20.3.5
Diamond J. M. A983). Taxonomy by nucleotides, Nature (London), 305, 17—18.
Diamond J. M., Gilpin M. E. A982). Examination of the «null» model of Connor
and Simberloff for species co-occurrences on islands, Oecologia, 52, 64—74.
Diamond J. M., Marshall A. G. A977). Distributional ecology of new Hebridean
birds: a species kaleidoscope, Journal of Animal Ecology, 46, 703—727.
Diamond J. M., May R. M. A976). Island biogeography and the design of natu-
ral reserves. In: Theoretical Ecology: Principles and Applications, R. M. May
ed., pp. 228—252, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford.
5.4.1, 20.4
Diamond J. M., Mayr E. A976). The species-area relation for birds of the Solo-
mon Archipelago, Proceedings of the National Academy of Science of the
U.S.A., 73, 262—266.
Dirzo R., Harper J. L. A982). Experimental studies of slug-plant interactions.
IV. The performance of cyanogenic and acyanogenic morphs of Trifolium
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1.5.2, 3.4.3
Dixon A. F. G. A971). The role of aphids in wood formation. II. The effect ot
the lime aphid, Eucallipterus tiliae L. (Aphididae), on the growth of lime TiliaX
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Dobbeti W. H. van A952). The food of the cormorants in the Netherlands, Ardea,
40, 1—63.
Dobzhansky T. A950). Evolution in the tropics, American Scientist, 38, 209—
Dodd A. P. A940). The Biological Campaign Against Prickly Pear, Common-
wealth Prickly Pear Board, Government Printer, Brisbane.
8.2.2, 15.6.5
Donald С. М. A951). Competition among pasture plants. I. Intra-specific compe-
tition among annual pasture plants, Australian Journal of Agricultural
Research, 2, 335—376.
Donaldson A. I. A983). Quantitative data on airborne foot-and-mouth disease
virus: its production, carriage and deposition, Philosophical Transactions of
the Royal Society of London, B, 302, 529—534.
Douglas A., Smith D. C. A984). The green hydra symbiosis. VIII. Mechanisms
in symbiont regulation, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B, 221,