Emergence of structural and dynamical properties of ecological mutualistic networks

@inproceedings{Suweis2014EmergenceOS,
  title={Emergence of structural and dynamical properties of ecological mutualistic networks},
  author={Samir Suweis and Filippo Simini and Jayanth R. Banavar and Amos Maritan},
  year={2014}
}
Mutualistic networks are formed when the interactions between two classes of species are mutually beneficial. They are important examples of cooperation shaped by evolution. Mutualism between animals and plants has a key role in the organization of ecological communities. Such networks in ecology have generally evolved a nested architecture independent of species composition and latitude; specialist species, with only few mutualistic links, tend to interact with a proper subset of the many… CONTINUE READING

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