Niche evolution, trophic structure, and species turnover in model food webs.

@article{Ingram2009NicheET,
  title={Niche evolution, trophic structure, and species turnover in model food webs.},
  author={Travis Ingram and Luke J. Harmon and Jonathan B Shurin},
  journal={The American naturalist},
  year={2009},
  volume={174 1},
  pages={56-67}
}
The features that govern the stability and persistence of species interaction networks, such as food webs, remain elusive, but recent work suggests that the distribution and strength of trophic links play an important role. Potential omnivory-stability relationships have been investigated and debated extensively, but we still have a relatively poor understanding of how levels of omnivory relate to the stability of diverse food webs. Here, we use an evolutionary assembly model to investigate how… CONTINUE READING

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