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Less abundant animal and plant species gather in ghettos in order to survive
According to the competitive exclusion principle, species with low competitive abilities should be excluded by more efficient competitors; yet, they generally remain as rare species. The positive...
About Less abundant animal and plant species gather in ghettos in order to survive
biología de la conservación
Plant species abundance and phylogeny explain the structure of recruitment networks
Established plants can affect the recruitment of young plants, filtering out some and allowing the recruitment of others, with profound effects on plant community dynamics. Recruitment networks...
About Plant species abundance and phylogeny explain the structure of recruitment networks
community compensatory trends
Stochastic and deterministic effects on interactions between canopy and recruiting species in forest communities
Interactions between established (canopy) and recruiting individuals (recruits) are pervasive in plant communities. Studies on recruitment in forests have mainly focused on negative...
About Stochastic and deterministic effects on interactions between canopy and recruiting species in forest communities
plant community phylogeny
Competition between honeybees y wild pollinators
During the past decades, managed honeybee stocks have increased globally. Managed honeybees are particularly used within mass-flowering crops and often spill over to adjacent natural habitats after...
About Competition between honeybees y wild pollinators
The Coevolving Web of Life
One of the major goals for ecologists and evolutionary biologists is to understand how webs of species form, how they change in participants over time, and how they affect evolution. Describing the...
About The Coevolving Web of Life
web of life
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