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Interactions between plants and animals allows species to survive
A study from the EBD-CSIC and the UCA experimentally proves that the way species interact determines the way they coexist
Results indicates that any change introduced in an ecosystem radically...
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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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Invasive plants and urban development: a bad combination for coastal vegetation
Land-use intensification and biological invasions are two of the most important global change pressures driving biodiversity loss. However, their combined impacts on biological communities have...
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Understanding resident and migratory bird populations responses to climate warming
Many organisms adjust their reproductive phenology in response to climate change, but phenological sensitivity to temperature may vary between species. For example, resident and migratory birds...
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Spatial segregation important mechanism for reducing competition in petrels
Según la teoría del nicho ecológico, existen mecanismos que permiten la coexistencia de los organismos que de otro modo competirían por las mismas presas y otros recursos. Cómo las aves marinas de...
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