Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
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“I think events like these are important because they allow the various collections to show the public diversity they find in their own backyard." ~Lisa Walsh
The book “reflects the immense current growth in interest in agroecology and changing approaches to it.”
Reductions in individual plant growth sometimes boost community resilience
The findings from the University of Michigan's Paul Glaum and André Kessler of Cornell University help explain the persistence of some plant communities when theory predicts they should go extinct. The work was published Dec. 11 in Nature Communications.
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