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Appendices

Appendix A: Tables showing Poisson regression results of the effect of agricultural management system and predator manipulation treatments on the establishment of Aphis glycines at the Kellogg Biological Station Long Term Ecological Research site, Michigan, USA, 2003.
Ecological Archives A016-055-A1.

Appendix B: A table showing ANOVA results for fixed and random effects and slicing tests results of the effect of agricultural management system and predator manipulation treatments on Aphis glycines within large field cages at the Kellogg Biological Station Long Term Ecological Research site, Michigan, USA, 2003.
Ecological Archives A016-055-A2.

Appendix C: A table showing large- and small-size predators and parasitoids for different combinations of agricultural management system and predator manipulation treatments within the large field cages in the aphid population increase experiment at the Kellogg Biological Station Long Term Ecological Research site, Michigan, USA, 2003.
Ecological Archives A016-055-A3.

Appendix D: A table showing longevity, fecundity, and intrinsic rate of increase of Aphis glycines reared on soybean produced under three different agricultural management systems in the Kellogg Biological Station Long Term Ecological Research site, Michigan, USA, during 2003.
Ecological Archives A016-055-A4.

Appendix E: A table showing MANOVA results for the effect of agricultural practices on the five more-abundant Aphis glycines foliar predators at the Kellogg Biological Station Long Term Ecological Research site, Michigan, USA, during 2003.
Ecological Archives A016-055-A5.

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