Ecological Interactions Drive Evolutionary Loss Of Traits
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Plasticity in parasite phenotypes: evolutionary and ecological
by N Mideo 2012 Cited by 46 variation in parasite traits, host responses or com- plex interactions between hosts and parasites? This variation is the raw material and product of evolution
The Five Forces Behind Human Evolution - Psychology and
In fact there are important interactions among these forces, a topic that will be discussed at function of heritable traits that influence adaptation to the environment. There are subtle mechanisms, some of which may actually end in the organism's death! After a geneticists tracing the evolution of populations and species.
evolutionary dynamics as drivers of long-term biodiversity
by N Eisenhauer 2019 Cited by 6 the loss of species at higher biodiversity levels has little effect (Cardinale biotic interactions drive the expression of growth and defense traits,
Predation and the Evolutionary Dynamics of Species Ranges.
by RD Holt Cited by 32 Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Department, University of. California, Santa crete habitats. We then turn to predator-prey interactions stabilizing selection on a quantitative trait with different optima in that habitat generalists may lose adaptation to one habitat predation does not directly drive prey evolution. We as-.
Population Genetics and Demography Unite Ecology and
by WH Lowe 2017 Cited by 74 standing the full scope of ecology evolution (eco evo) interactions requires actions in communities) must affect population processes to drive adaptive 65 70] suggested that traits can evolve by natural selection that are detrimental to the populations (inbreeding effect of small populations) can decrease the viability
Human-Mediated Dispersal and the Rewiring of - Cell Press
by JM Bullock 2018 Cited by 53 evolutionary responses of species to anthropogenic environmental change [1 However, these issues tend to be studied in isolation, and there is a lack of a holistic overview of the different aspects of HMD and how they might interact to drive ecological and trait distribution and its connection to species interactions .
Towards Integrating Evolution, Metabolism, and Climate
by F Baltar 2019 Cited by 10 increased acidity of seawater  to 100 150% above pre-industrial era values . species. Environmental change can drive evolu- tion, but evolution can also affect tion and when these traits strongly influence ecological interactions .
The Evolutionary Ecology of Traits and Trait - TSpace
by D Start The Evolutionary Ecology of Traits and Trait-Mediated Interactions Chapter 9: Predator Macroevolution Drives Trophic Cascades and Ecosystem Functioning* (2000) showed that predators reduced survival of poorly defended newts, but
The ecology of differences: assessing community assembly
2013 Cited by 248 ecological differences: functional (trait-based) and phylogenetic pairwise phylogenetic-weighting parameter, a, provide signatures of whether pairwise evolutionary relationships are conserved (flat ences, which are what drives ecological processes. Here ing on average to lower FDist than PDist values, or conversely,.
The Complexity of Urban Eco-evolutionary Dynamics - Oxford
Aug 17, 2020 traits that can influence ecological interactions and ecosys- The building of dams has been a major driver of loss of hydrological connectivity.
Ellers 2012 Trait Loss Ecology Letters - Toby Kiers
2012 Cited by 98 Ecological interactions drive evolutionary loss of traits. Jacintha Ellers,1* E. Toby Kiers,1. Cameron R. Currie,2 Bradon R. McDonald2 and Bertanne Visser1.
Non-adaptive origins of evolutionary innovations increase
by MA Fortuna 2017 Cited by 4 traits in determining the evolution of ecological interactions among host vations might drive species interactions and enhance the (i.e. computing the NAND logic function while losing the ability to perform the NOT logic function) or (ii)
The co-evolutionary genetics of ecological communities
by MJ Wade 2007 Cited by 208 ecological interactions among species are the most important processes that drive the the ecological interaction, the genetic architecture of the co-evolving traits and the degree of co-transmission across generations. The degree of gene loss also favour gene transfer from symbiont to host genome?
Eco-evolutionary feedbacks theoretical models - DORA 4RI
by L Govaert Cited by 71 While ecology aims to understand the interactions between individuals and their dynamics and feedbacks have increased recently (e.g., Yoshida et al., 2003; plant-soil system, a plant trait can modify the soil, which drives evolution of plant
Eco-Evolutionary Feedbacks and the Maintenance of - MDPI
by AP Fielding 2020 the traits that influence species interactions as fixed (e.g. ). Recent adaptive evolution is constrained or increased by competition. where changes in ecological interactions drive evolutionary change in traits that, in turn,.
Predicting and Detecting Reciprocity between Indirect
by JA Estes Cited by 41 Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Santa Cruz, the ecology of such interactions is well understood, their which traits enhancing the defense of prey coevolve with downward across successively lower trophic levels to au- in habitat structure drives changes in the composition of.
Eco-evolutionary feedbacks, adaptive dynamics and
by R Ferriere 2013 Cited by 96 theory to general models of ecological interactions between individual organisms and evolutionary feedback loop drives the dynamics of the distribution of trait
Lost along the way: the significance of evolution in reverse
by ML Porter 2003 Cited by 178 lence of trait simplification, loss and reversal across all levels of biological Review. TRENDS in Ecology and Evolution Vol.18 No.10 October 2003. 541.
Ecosystem tipping points in an evolving world - Nosil Lab of
by V Dakos Cited by 63 porary trait evolution are important drivers of ecological processes. (for example, refs. the structure of species interactions in communities8, or affecting species composition at In general, we predict that a high level of trait variation may decrease the prob- strong positive feedbacks drive the establishment of alternative.
Eco-evolutionary Feedbacks from Non-target Species
by ZT Wood 2018 Cited by 15 trait changes and their ecological feedbacks in non-harvested members of communities. might drive evolution in lower trophic levels, but also hints at a trophic cific interaction strengths, and this variation can dictate the potential for
The role of stressors in altering eco‐evolutionary dynamics
by L Theodosiou Cited by 6 of reduced prey population growth, prey densities might remain sim- ilar, but the predator In contrast, the interaction between the evolutionary and ecological dynamics is nance of trait polymorphism within populations and are a key driver.
Complex evolutionary dynamics govern the diversity - bioRxiv
Dec 20, 2020 species. Notably, the evolutionary processes driving BGC diversification had direct consequences (1 3), the key functional traits driving biotic interactions in revealed reduced nucleotide diversity in the sal and spo BGCs.
Predator and prey functional traits - F1000Research
by O Schmitz 2017 Cited by 46 machinery driving predator prey interactions[version 1; peer relationships in terms of an evolutionary-ecological game in which predator then directly determines predator morphology (for example, increased size).
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by ZT Wood We suggest the net outcome of human influences on trait change, ecology, and the links include new (or lost) ecological interactions between species, new eco-evolutionary coupling, as well as decreasing system resilience, drive.
The merging of community ecology and phylogenetic biology
2009 Cited by 1860 community ecology have helped to reveal the multitude of processes driving community assembly and have experimental approaches, functional traits, phylogenetic community ecology, phylo- species interactions as well as the consequences of these outcomes for Evolution of increased host specialization. Roderick
Behavioral, morphological, and ecological trait evolution in
by C Cicero 2020 Cited by 1 (1962) inferred species relationships and the origin of sympatry in the avian genus gains or losses of a trait, can lead to patterns of character variation that differ Habitat appears to be an important driver of trait evolution.
INTRAGUILD PREDATION DRIVES EVOLUTIONARY NICHE
by D Schluter 2011 Cited by 77 Predation by sculpin greatly increased the mortality of allopatric stickleback. both a niche shift and the evolution of antipredator traits by the intraguild prey may in- If its trophic interactions with other species are unchanged, the intraguild
Ecological consequences of genetic diversity - FSU Biology
2008 Cited by 1459 presence of genetic variation for traits that influence fitness. (e.g. Ford 1964; Endler decreased damage by herbivores and pathogens (Cantelo &. Sanford 1984 ecological interactions within communities via evolutionary change. Studies how they relate to the mechanisms that drive the more often studied effects of
Eco-evolutionary feedbacks - arXiv
by L Govaert 2018 Cited by 71 linking trait between ecology and evolution in a spatial context. While ecology aims to understand the interactions between individuals and their feedbacks have increased recently (e.g., Yoshida et al., 2003; Becks et al., 2010; which evolution drives a population beyond its viability region, eventually
Evolution in a community context: on integrating ecological
by MG Weber 2017 Cited by 96 Despite a conceptual understanding that evolution and species interactions are consistent with competition driving patterns of macroevolutionary divergence, traits facilitating mutually beneficial interactions correlate with increased lineage.
How interactions between ecology and evolution influence
Aug 1, 2004 selective pressure on the life history traits of native populations. Life history ecological evolutionary interactions may have a more pervasive influence on contemporary invasion dom genetic drift, and increased levels of inbreeding. (Nei et al. plant insect interactions, introduced species can drive.
Eco-evolutionary dynamics in fragmented landscapes
by D Legrand 2017 Cited by 79 cal, i.e. 1) changes in ecological factors drive evolutionary change in organismal traits that, in turn, alter some ecologi- cal factors, or 2) Interactions between ecology and evolution in fragmented landscapes. The diagram on the left i.e. the breaking apart of habitat independent of any loss of habitat. In this context, habitat
EVOLUTIONARY PHYSIOLOGY - Department of Biology
by T Garland Jr 1994 Cited by 500 evolutionary relationships of animals by comparing physiological and biochemical characteristics variation was correlated with behavior, life history traits, or ecology (56,. 81, 143 natural selection as the major driving force in evolution, led inevitably to the view Alternatively, they can be evidenced as a lack of genetic.
Eco-evolutionary dynamics of nested Darwinian - eLife
by G Doulcier 2020 Cited by 18 selection and drives the evolution of cell-level interactions to the point where, Mutation affects particle traits (see main text for details). selection on community phenotype drives the evolution of ecological interactions that are the basis Birth-death at the level of collectives affects the eco-evolutionary
Partitioning the Effects of Eco-Evolutionary Feedbacks on
by S Patel 2018 Cited by 23 By altering the interactions within a community, eco-evolutionary feedbacks may play arbitrary number of interacting species and evolving traits for when evolution is slow changes but also to drive an evolutionary response that is, trait ties, the increased number of direct and indirect interactions.
Eco-evolutionary dynamics in fragmented landscapes
by D Legrand 2017 Cited by 79 cal, i.e. 1) changes in ecological factors drive evolutionary change in organismal traits that, in turn, alter some ecologi- cal factors, or 2) evolutionary gene flow) and in turn the outcomes of eco-evo interactions. Especially, this ently coupled with a loss of habitat area over some time scale. As a result, we
Defensive traits exhibit an evolutionary trade& - Moreau Lab
by BD Blanchard 2017 Cited by 58 positively correlated with each other and drive increased diversification, further suggesting understanding of phylogenetic relationships between ant species,.
Integrating animal temperament within ecology and evolution
by D Réale 2007 Cited by 2654 and fitness, and a lack of coherence in terminology with similar traits often given different names, or different traits given the (1) Behavioural trait concepts in an ecological and evolutionary context vironmental effects, interactions among traits within each level, mechanisms that drive the evolution of wild species, thus.
Eco-Evolutionary Dynamics Enable Coexistence via Neighbor
by DA Vasseur Cited by 95 Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Los Angeles, California 90095; 3. trait evolution in species coexistence. tition drives trait (character) evolution, causing co-occur- munities in which ecological interactions are insufficient.
Evolution in a Community Context: On Integrating Ecological
by MG Weber 2017 Cited by 97 tent with competition driving patterns of macroevolutionary divergence, phylogenetic models of ecological trait evolution with information about on species interactions (e.g., trait similarity leads to increased competition.
Gene regulatory mechanisms underlying the evolutionary loss
May 7, 2018 Trait loss is a pervasive phenomenon in evolution, yet the underlying molecular causes have been. 18 Ecological interactions drive. 443.
Evolutionary Conservation Biology: Introduction
by R Ferriere 2004 Cited by 11 view that the loss of genetic diversity can have short-term effects, like inbreeding depression, that account for a Ecological interactions. Demographic traits. Genetic structure. Environmental evolutionary force to drive rapid niche expansion.
Evolutionary Limits and Constraints - Princeton University
by A Hoffmann Cited by 15 populations and/or trait interactions make evolution- ary change difficult despite this way, limits and other constraints drive biodi- versity; without them, there and species lack specific genes that are required to adapt to new environmental
Under niche construction: an operational bridge - jstor
by B Matthews 2014 Cited by 140 lEAWAG, Aquatic Ecology Department, Center for Ecology, Evolution and Biogeochemistry, Ecological interactions drive evolutionary loss of traits. Ecology
Feedbacks link ecosystem ecology and evolution across
by IM Ware 2019 Cited by 9 genetically based species interactions drive variation in energy flow vore is correlated with plant traits that increased nitrogen (N) cycling.
Beyond the Black Queen Hypothesis - Nature
by A Mas 2016 Cited by 64 through adaptive gene loss in free-living organisms. In the BQH (2012). Ecological interactions drive evolutionary loss of traits. Ecol Lett 15:
Flammability as an ecological and evolutionary driver
by JG Pausas 2017 Cited by 133 Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Los Angeles, CA 90095, USA; and variation are controlled by different plant traits and have differing ecological cover fire interactions promote the persistence of a fire-sensitive conifer in a.
Ecological interactions drive evolutionary loss of traits - UBC
2012 Cited by 98 Abstract. Loss of traits can dramatically alter the fate of species. Evidence is rapidly accumulating that the prevalence of trait loss is grossly underestimated.
evolutionary dynamics - CORE
by A Rodríguez-Verdugo Cited by 12 Keywords: adaptation, rapid evolution, ecologically relevant traits, community structure, as species interactions and environmental variation, can drive changed population dynamics and reduced species-level genetic
Evolutionary origins for ecological patterns in space - PNAS
by MC Urban 2020 Cited by 15 the outcome of evolution on spatial ecological patterns. interactions in both space and time. populations are characterized by the same mean or ancestral trait. B. A. Wasserman, M. T. Kinnison, Eco-evolutionary trophic dynamics: Loss of top predators drives trophic evolution and ecology of prey.