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Native forest degradation and exotic species alter the ecological interaction between two species in Chile
The Austral parakeet (Enicognathus ferrugineous) is one of the main seed dispersers of Araucaria araucana, a threatened species. However, livestock and exotic species consume almost the whole seed...
About Native forest degradation and exotic species alter the ecological interaction between two species in Chile
Interspecific interactions determine the range-wide distribution and genomic variation in two Californian oaks
Organisms interact with each other in very different ways. These interactions include, among many others, those established between prey and predators, hosts and parasites, and plant roots and...
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Defaunation precipitates the extinction of evolutionarily distinct interactions in the Anthropocene
Species on Earth are interconnected with each other through ecological interactions. Defaunation can erode those connections, yet we lack evolutionary predictions about the consequences of losing...
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avian-seed dispersal interactions
Feather mites play a role in cleaning host feathers
Parasites and other symbionts are crucial components of ecosystems, regulating host populations and supporting food webs. However, most symbiont systems, especially those involving commensals and...
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