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Approaches to integrating genetic data into ecological networks.
As molecular tools for assessing trophic interactions become common, research is increasingly focused on the construction of interaction networks. Here, we demonstrate three key methods for incorporating DNA data into ...
Counting with DNA in metabarcoding studies: How should we convert sequence reads to dietary data?
Advances in DNA sequencing technology have revolutionized the field of molecular analysis of trophic interactions, and it is now possible to recover counts of food DNA sequences from a wide range of dietary samples. But ...
DNA metabarcoding reveals changes in the contents of carnivorous plants along an elevation gradient
Resource variation along abiotic gradients influences subsequent trophic interactions and these effects can be transmitted through entire food webs. Interactions along abiotic gradients can provide clues as to how organisms ...