High-throughput DNA barcoding for ecological network studies

@article{Toju2014HighthroughputDB,
  title={High-throughput DNA barcoding for ecological network studies},
  author={Hirokazu Toju},
  journal={Population Ecology},
  year={2014},
  volume={57},
  pages={37-51}
}
The network theoretical framework of ecological community studies is expected to promote not only the basic understanding of ecological and coevolutionary dynamics but also the application of those scientific insights into ecosystem management. However, our knowledge of ecological network architecture in the wild largely stems from empirical studies on macro-organismal systems such as those of plant–pollinator, plant–seed disperser, and prey–predator interactions. In this sense, we have… CONTINUE READING
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