Propagule pressure increase and phylogenetic diversity decrease community’s susceptibility to invasion

Abstract

Invasions pose a large threat to native species, but the question of why some species are more invasive, and some communities more prone to invasions than others, is far from solved. Using 10 different three-species bacterial communities, we tested experimentally if the phylogenetic relationships between an invader and a resident community and the propagule… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/s12898-017-0126-z

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@inproceedings{Ketola2017PropagulePI, title={Propagule pressure increase and phylogenetic diversity decrease community’s susceptibility to invasion}, author={Tarmo Ketola and Kati Saarinen and Liina Lindstr{\"{o}m}, booktitle={BMC Ecology}, year={2017} }