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Peter J. Russell + 2 others
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4th Edition
Peter J. Russell + 2 others
ISBN: 9781305389892
Textbook Problem

Why would you often find more species living in an ecotone than you would in the communities on either side of it?

Summary Introduction

To review:

The reason behind finding more species living in an ecotone, than in the communities on either side if it.

Introduction:

The interaction between populations affects the formation of ecological communities. Many hypotheses are developed to predict the nature of ecological communities. Frederic Clément’s an interactive view of communities and Gleason’s individualistic view on ecological communities.

Explanation

The individualistic view of Gleason on the ecological communities suggests that the community consists of populations that are individually adapted to similar environmental conditions and the composition of species in the communities change continuously across the different environmental borders...

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