• cE3c - Centre for Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Changes, Faculdade de Ciências, Universidade de Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal
  • Biological control, Competition, Evolutionary ecology, Herbivory, Host-parasite interactions, Life history
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PhD in Biology, on the interaction between herbivorous mites and plants Post-docs in Evolutionary Biology, on the evolution of host range Works on sexual conflicts, sex allocation, and the continuation of the former two.

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Intraspecific difference among herbivore lineages and their host-plant specialization drive the strength of trophic cascades
Arnaud Sentis, Raphaël Bertram, Nathalie Dardenne, Jean-Christophe Simon, Alexandra Magro, Benoit Pujol, Etienne Danchin and Jean-Louis Hemptinne

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Tell me what you’ve eaten, I’ll tell you how much you’ll eat (and be eaten)

Tritrophic interactions have a central role in ecological theory and applications [1-3]. Particularly, systems comprised of plants, herbivores and predators have historically received wide attention given their ubiquity and economic importance [4]. Although ecologists have long aimed to understand the forces that govern alternating ecological effects at successive trophic levels [5], several key open questions remain (at least partially) unanswered [6]. In particular, the analysis of complex foo...


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