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Título: Fast demographic traits promote high diversification rates of Amazonian trees
Autor(es): BAKER, TIMOTHY R.
PENNINGTON, R. TOBY
MAGALLON, SUSANA
Gloor, Emanuel
LAURANCE, WILLIAM F.
Alexiades, Miguel
Esteban Alvarez
ARAUJO, ALEJANDRO
ARETS, ERIC J. M. M.
Aymard, Gerardo
DE OLIVEIRA, ATILA ALVES
Iêda Leão do Amaral
Arroyo, Luzmila
Bonal, Damien
BRIENEN, ROEL J. W.
CHAVE, JEROME
DEXTER, KYLE G.
DI FIORE, ANTHONY
ELER, EDUARDO
Feldpausch, Ted R.
FERREIRA, LEANDRO
LOPEZ-GONZALEZ, GABRIELA
Van Der Heijden, Geertje
Higuchi, Niro
Honorio, Eurídice
HUAMANTUPA, ISAU
Killeen, Tim J.
LAURANCE, SUSAN
LEAÑO, CLAUDIO
Lewis, Simon L.
Malhi, Yadvinder
MARIMON, BEATRIZ SCHWANTES
MARIMON JUNIOR, BEN HUR
MONTEAGUDO MENDOZA, ABEL
NEILL, DAVID
PEÑUELA-MORA, MARIA CRISTINA
PITMAN, NIGEL
PRIETO, ADRIANA
QUESADA, CARLOS A.
RAMÍREZ, FREDY
RAMÍREZ ANGULO, HIRMA
RUDAS, AGUSTIN
RUSCHEL, ADEMIR R.
SALOMÃO, RAFAEL P.
DE ANDRADE, ANA SEGALIN
SILVA, J. NATALINO M.
SILVEIRA, MARCOS
SIMON, MARCELO F.
SPIRONELLO, WILSON
STEEGE, HANS TER
TERBORGH, JOHN
TOLEDO, MARISOL
TORRES-LEZAMA, ARMANDO
VASQUEZ, RODOLFO
VIEIRA, IMA CÉLIA GUIMARÃES
VILANOVA, EMILIO
VOS, VINCENT A.
Phillips, Oliver L... e outros
Assunto: diversificasçõa
generation time
traits
ISSN: 1461-023X
Revista: Ecology Letters
Volume: Letter
Resumo: The Amazon rain forest sustains the world's highest tree diversity, but it remains unclear why some clades of trees are hyperdiverse, whereas others are not. Using dated phylogenies, estimates of current species richness and trait and demographic data from a large network of forest plots, we show that fast demographic traits - short turnover times - are associated with high diversification rates across 51 clades of canopy trees. This relationship is robust to assuming that diversification rates are either constant or decline over time, and occurs in a wide range of Neotropical tree lineages. This finding reveals the crucial role of intrinsic, ecological variation among clades for understanding the origin of the remarkable diversity of Amazonian trees and forests.
URI: http://repositorio.inpa.gov.br/handle/123/1290
ISSN: 1461-023X
DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.1111/ele.12252
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