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Multi-trait eco-evolutionary dynamics explain niche diversity and evolved neutrality in forests

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Jan 30, 2015

Daniel S FalsterUlf Dieckmann

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An enduring challenge in ecology is to understand how diverse plant species coexist when competing for the same basic resources. Two candidate frameworks for meeting this challenge currently exist in forest ecology. Niche-based approaches succeed in describing successional dynamics in r...read more

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Anatomical Maturation
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Vegetables
HADHAP2 gene
Neutral Lipid Metabolic Process
Proliferation (Morphologic Abnormality)
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  • Multi-trait eco-evolutionary dynamics explain niche diversity and evolved neutrality in forests

    bioRxiv

    Jan 30, 2015

    Daniel S FalsterUlf Dieckmann

    PMID: 990014605

    DOI: 10.1101/014605

    Abstract

    An enduring challenge in ecology is to understand how diverse plant species coexist when competing for the same basic resources. Two candidate frameworks for meeting this challenge currently exist in forest ecology. Niche-based approaches succeed in describing successional dynamics in r...read more

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    Anatomical Maturation
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    Vegetables
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