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Positive plant interactions and community dynamics
|Statement||editor, Francisco Pugnaire.|
|Contributions||Pugnaire, Francisco I., 1957-|
|LC Classifications||QK911 .P67 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009032042|
We first review studies of intertidal marsh plant communities that suggest that positive interactions play a dominant role in the structure and dynamics of these common assemblages. ![Figure] (with Ariel Novoplansky) - This lecture examines how plants perceive and respond to other plants, how plant–plant interactions affect the growth and productivity of individual plants and the broader effects on plant communities. Plant–plant interactions can be competitive, such as competition for light and nutrients, but facilitation also occurs in plant communities.
Plant–plant interactions are among the fundamental processes that shape structure and functioning of arid and semi‐arid plant communities. Despite the large amount of . Soil abiotic and biotic factors play key roles in plant community dynamics. However, little is known about how soil biota influence vegetation changes over time. Here, we show that the effects of soil organisms may depend on both the successional development of ecosystems and on the successional position of the plants by:
A community is usually described in terms of pattern (how species are distributed) and process (interactions between species). Most management tends to be focused at the community level apart from single-species management which gives special attention to rare or endangered species. Intro to community ecology. Interactions between populations. Interactions between populations. Interactions in communities. This is the currently selected item. Ecological interactions. Niches & competition. Predator-prey cycles. Predation & herbivory. Practice: Community ecology.
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Written by international experts, Positive Plant Interactions and Community Dynamics reviews these developments with particular emphasis on positive interactions and spatial and temporal gradients. The text addresses key issues in plant ecology and anthropogenic impacts through reviews, syntheses, and the proposition of new : Francisco Pugnaire.
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Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 9 February Pub. location Boca by: Plant interactions are an important set of processes that structure plant communities and regulate diversity. This book gives a summary of the understanding of the field, with an emphasis on positive interactions and spatial and temporal gradients.
It addresses key issues in plant ecology and anthropogenic impacts through reviews and syntheses. Such progress demands review and synthesis, and Positive plant interactions and community dynamics makes important strides in meeting this demand.
The editor Francisco Pugnaire draws on the experience of leading researchers and presents a concise but comprehensive exploration of roles for positive plant interactions in the community by: 1.
Positive Plant Interactions and Community Dynamics by PUGNAIRE FRANCISCO.I ISBN ISBN Hardcover; Crc Press; ISBN The book is refreshingly focussed on how positive and negative plant interactions are important beyond the population level, influencing the structure of communities and the functioning of ecosystems, with implications for understanding processes as diverse as succession, invasion, restoration, global environmental change and by: 1.
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ration, or the role of indirect interactions, would also need further attention. I hope this highly interesting set of papers will appeal to scientists working in plant community dynamics, managers, students and, to some extent, the general public.
Complex processes like those addressed here are at. Positive interactions may also determine community spatial patterns, permit coexistence, enhance diversity and productivity, and drive community dynamics. Once viewed as anecdotal and idiosyncratic, facilitation is now contributing to a more complete understanding of community structure and by: Plant community dynamics are driven by the microbial mediation of soil resource partitioning and sharing by the inhibition of other host symbionts or sharing the broadly specific symbiotic fungi.
The plant phenotype and ecology can be affected by the impact of the symbiotic microbes on the environment and competition for soil by: 2. Moreover, while the evolutionary role of positive interactions has become clear over the past decade (e.g.
the evolution of eukaryotic cells, and flowering plants and their pollinators), positive interactions remain absent from general models of community dynamics and by: Positive interactions can produce species-rich communities and increase species turnover through time Youshi Wang.
Our model presents a novel demonstration of how we might explore the effects of positive plant–plant interactions on community dynamics using a neutral model as the by: 6. Biological Interactions: Positive and Negative Interactions in an Ecosystem .PPT) Fungal components help in the absorption of water and minerals by the plant.
The plant in turn supplies foot to fungal components. (d). Predation is very important in community dynamics and it helps to maintain the constancy of number of different trophic. When interactions are less negative, or more positive compared to native plant species, this may increase invasion success, and differences among ranges may cause changes in exotic plant traits.
Figure 1. Individual interactions such as those between Brassica plants and P. brassicae caterpillars result in effects at different levels of biological integration, from subcellular processes to community dynamics, and from the expression of genes involved in biosynthesis of induced plant volatiles to effects on attraction of parasitic wasps and changes in community dynamics.
Positive interactions are widely recognized as playing a major role in the organization of community structure and diversity. As such, recent theoretical and empirical works have revealed the signiﬁcant contribution of positive interactions in shaping species’ geographical distributions, particularly in harsh abiotic conditions.A conceptual model integrating the impacts of nitrogen deposition and grazing on montane Racomitrium moss heath in Scotland (UK), and illustrating the complex interactions of processes (including plant–plant interactions) that can determine the response of a plant species to an environmental change driver.
In the cyclical feedback loop, atmospheric nitrogen deposition is directly toxic to Cited by: Plant interactions abstract Semi-arid ecosystems are privileged sites to address the effects of plant interactions on community structure and dynamics because environmental conditions are demanding and may change quickly, altering in signiﬁcant ways the balance between positive and negative effects among neighboring plants.