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The evolutionary ecology of ant-plant mutualisms

by Andrew J. Beattie

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge [Cambridgeshire], New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ants -- Ecology.,
  • Ants -- Evolution.,
  • Insect-plant relationships.,
  • Plant ecology.,
  • Plants -- Evolution.,
  • Insects -- Ecology.,
  • Insects -- Evolution.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAndrew J. Beattie.
    SeriesCambridge studies in ecology
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL568.F7 B36 1985
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 182 p. :
    Number of Pages182
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2864433M
    ISBN 100521252814, 0521272726
    LC Control Number84027411

    The evolution of plant–insect mutualisms Judith L. Bronstein 1, Ruben Alarcón 1 and Monica Geber 2 1 Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ , USA; 2 Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY , USA Author for correspondence: Judith L. Bronstein Tel: + 1. Extrafloral Nectaries and Ant Attendance: Annotated Bibliography Beattie, A. J. The Evolutionary Ecology of Ant-Plant Mutualisms. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. This book is one of the few sources I found that ventured a hypothesis about the mechanism for the evolutionary development of the mutualistic relationship between.

    Evolutionary Ecology simultaneously unifies conceptual and empirical advances in evolutionary ecology and provides a volume that can be used as either a primary textbook or a supplemental reading in an advanced undergraduate or graduate course. The focus of the book is on current concepts in evolutionary ecology, and the empirical study of these : $ Book review Full text access The evolutionary ecology of ant-plant mutualisms: by Andrew J. Beattie, Cambridge University Press (Cambridge Studies in Ecology Series), £/$ (x + pages) ISBN 0

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Nectar‐secreting galls as an evolutionary model. Ant–plant mutualisms are increasingly being used to study a wide variety of biological and ecological phenomena, due in part to their ecological importance and ease of manipulation (reviewed in Heil and McKey ).

Model systems are also important for understanding the evolution of mutualism Cited by: 5. The Evolutionary Ecology of Ant–Plant Mutualisms - by Andrew James Beattie November Skip to main content Accessibility help We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our websites.

In this book, initially published inProfessor Beattie reviews the fascinating natural history of ant–plant interactions, discusses the scientific evidence for the mutualistic nature of these relationships, and reaches some conclusions about the ecological and evolutionary processes that mold : Andrew J Beattie.

The exploitation of mutualisms. Judith L. Bronstein. Partner choice through concealed floral sugar rewards evolved with the specialization of ant–plant mutualisms, New Phytologist,4,Current issues in the evolutionary ecology of ant–plant symbioses, New Phytologist,3, (), ().

Wiley Online by: The strength and evolutionary stability of ant–plant protection mutualisms hinges on the costs imposed and benefits conferred by the interacting partners (Sachs et al. ), and these costs and benefits are often context dependent.

A.J. Beattie The evolutionary ecology of ant-plant mutualisms. The Evolutionary Ecology of Ant-Plant Mutualisms. Article. Dec ; J ECOL; ALTHOUGH ant-plant mutualisms have been described in many ecosystems, the magnitude of the direct benefits from Author: Martin Heil.

Mutualisms and the reciprocal benefits of comparing systems with native and introduced ants Joshua H. Ness and David A. Holway Invasion biology and ant-plant systems in Australia Lori Lach. Part V. Applied Ant Ecology: Agroecosystems, Ecosystem Engineering and Restoration.

Ants (Formicidae) and flowering plants have crossed evolutionary paths for at least million years (Wilson and Hölldobler ), and a variety of facultative and obligate ant‐plant mutualisms have been studied in many types of terrestrial ecosystems (Rico‐Gray and Oliveira ).Cited by: 7.Philip S.

Ward and Michael G. Branstetter, The acacia ants revisited: convergent evolution and biogeographic context in an iconic ant/plant mutualism, Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, (), ().A recent comprehensive review of the ecology of ant–plant defensive mutualisms is provided by Rico-Gray and Oliveira (; and see their appendix ).

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