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Type: Artigo
Title: Detecting the macroevolutionary signal of species interactions
Author: Harmon, L. J.
Andreazzi, C. S.
Debarre, F.
Drury, J.
Goldberg, E. E.
Martins, A. B.
Melian, C. J.
Narwani, A.
Nuismer, S. L.
Pennell, M. W.
Rudman, S. M.
Seehausen, O.
Silvestro, D.
Weber, M.
Matthews, B.
Abstract: Species interactions lie at the heart of many theories of macroevolution, from adaptive radiation to the Red Queen. Although some theories describe the imprint that interactions will have over long timescales, we are still missing a comprehensive understanding of the effects of interactions on macroevolution. Current research shows strong evidence for the impact of interactions on macroevolutionary patterns of trait evolution and diversification, yet many macroevolutionary studies have only a tenuous relationship to ecological studies of interactions over shorter timescales. We review current research in this area, highlighting approaches that explicitly model species interactions and connect them to broad-scale macroevolutionary patterns. We also suggest that progress has been made by taking an integrative interdisciplinary look at individual clades. We focus on African cichlids as a case study of how this approach can be fruitful. Overall, although the evidence for species interactions shaping macroevolution is strong, further work using integrative and model-based approaches is needed to spur progress towards understanding the complex dynamics that structure communities over time and space.
Subject: Coevolução
Extinção (Biologia)
Macroevolução
Filogenia
Especiação
Coevolution
Extinction (Biology)
Macroevolution
Phylogeny
Speciation
Country: Reino Unido
Editor: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1111/jeb.13477
Address: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/jeb.13477
Date Issue: 2019
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