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Data and Workshop Spreadsheet for "A Visual Technique Used by Citizen Scientists Shows Higher Herbivory in Understory vs Canopy Leaves of a Tropical Forest"

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posted on 17.09.2021, 15:45 by Christopher FrostChristopher Frost
These files are an accompaniment to the manuscript describing nine years of collections with citizen scientists using a visual estimation technique to record herbivory in a neo-tropical forest in the Peruvian Amazon.



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The Downside of Smelling for Danger: Fitness Costs of Plant Defense Priming via Plant-Plant Volatile Signaling

Directorate for Biological Sciences

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The Downside of Smelling for Danger: Fitness Costs of Plant Defense Priming via Plant-Plant Volatile Signaling

Directorate for Biological Sciences

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