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Above- and belowground interactions between native and invasive species affect both tree health and alien expansion

AuthorsMelchiorre, G.; Angulo, Elena ; Sánchez Hernández, Mª Esperanza; Domínguez, María Teresa ; Ramo, Cristina ; García, Luis V.
Issue Date2013
CitationLibro de Resúmenes: Adapting to global change in the Mediterranean hotspot
AbstractAn increasingly body of evidence reveal that plants are involved in many different interactions with unrelated taxa which frequently determine their health status and survival. Both above and below-ground processes, and their interactions, are equally relevant for the final outcome of the entire process. Invasive species frequently disrupt these interactions and generate new ones, which may induce unexpected effects on plant health and survival. Aliens may even take advantage of some specific or unusual plant-animal interactions to improve its own expansion. In this work we study the health status of centenarian
DescriptionComunicación oral y póster presentados en la Sesión Biological invasions: from species adaptation to ecosystem responses.-- Congreso, celebrado del 18-20 de septiembre 2013, en Sevilla, España.
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