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Heteronomous hyperparasitism, in which male parasitoids develop at the expense of conspecific females or competing parasitoid species, is characterist...Read more
The relative importance of bottom-up versus top-down control of population dynamics has been the focus of much debate. In infectious disease biology, ...Read more
Agricultural land use threatens ecosystem services such as biological control by natural enemies because of simplification of habitat structure and in...Read more
Theoretical studies have presented conflicting conclusions about the value of introducing multiple parasitoid species to control insect pests, dependi...Read more