Direct herbivory by biological control agents, and the consequent disruption of plant-nutrient-feedback cycles, combine to reduce the invasiveness of Melaleuca quinquenervia (Myrtaceae)

Melissa R. Martin, Philip W. Tipping, Michelle C. Mack, K. R. Reddy

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