Granivory in Desert Ecosystems

@inproceedings{Brown1979GranivoryID,
  title={Granivory in Desert Ecosystems},
  author={James H Brown and Omer James Reichman and D. Davidson},
  year={1979}
}
Some of the most challenging questions of contemporary biology concern the diversity and stability of ecological communities. In most natural habi­ tats many coexisting species of plants, animals, and microbes interact as competitors, mutualists, predators, and prey. These biotic processes interact with the physical environment to determine the structure and function of ecological systems. The numerous theoretical and empirical studies of com­ petition and predation have left much to learn… CONTINUE READING

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