Hunter Lecture 7 FOR EXAM 1
- University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
- Biology 171
- Hunter Lecture 7 FOR EXAM 1
Last Modified: 2011-07-11
Parasitoid-Host Interactions (almost always lethal)
Parasite-Host Interactions (Often non-lethal)
Plant-Herbivore Interactions (Usually non-lethal)
Can be a source of negative feedback
They have the potential to regulate prey populations around an equilibrium
Lynx are specialist predators on hares
Determined by the grass plot experiment
Plants are not good sources of nutrients and can't support high herbivore populations
Plants are well-defended against herbivores and respond to attack by increasing their defenses
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