Phylogeny versus body size as determinants of food web structure.

@article{Naisbit2012PhylogenyVB,
  title={Phylogeny versus body size as determinants of food web structure.},
  author={Russell E. Naisbit and Rudolf P. Rohr and A. G. Rossberg and Patrik Kehrli and Louis-F{\'e}lix Bersier},
  journal={Proceedings. Biological sciences},
  year={2012},
  volume={279 1741},
  pages={3291-7}
}
Food webs are the complex networks of trophic interactions that stoke the metabolic fires of life. To understand what structures these interactions in natural communities, ecologists have developed simple models to capture their main architectural features. However, apparently realistic food webs can be generated by models invoking either predator-prey body-size hierarchies or evolutionary constraints as structuring mechanisms. As a result, this approach has not conclusively revealed which… CONTINUE READING
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