From genes to ecosystems: a genetic basis to ecosystem services

@article{Bailey2010FromGT,
  title={From genes to ecosystems: a genetic basis to ecosystem services},
  author={Joseph K. Bailey},
  journal={Population Ecology},
  year={2010},
  volume={53},
  pages={47-52}
}
Ecosystems provide services, many of which are regulated through species interactions. Emerging research in the fields of community and ecosystem genetics indicate that genetic variation in one species can influence species interactions and affect subsequent patterns of energy flow and nutrient cycles. Because there can be a genetic basis to community- and ecosystem-level processes, evolutionary processes that alter standing genetic variation can have extended consequences that matter to… CONTINUE READING
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