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Plant extinctions and introductions lead to phylogenetic and taxonomic homogenization of the European flora
0340072 - BU-J 2010 RIV US eng J - Článek v odborném periodiku
Winter, M. - Schweiger, O. - Klotz, S. - Nentwig, W. - Andriopoulos, P. - Arianoutsou, M. - Basnou, C. - Delipetrou, P. - Didžiulis, V. - Hejda, Martin - Hulme, P. E. - Lambdon, P. W. - Pergl, Jan - Pyšek, Petr - Roy, D. B. - Kühn, I.
Plant extinctions and introductions lead to phylogenetic and taxonomic homogenization of the European flora.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. Roč. 106, č. 51 (2009), s. 21721-21725 ISSN 0027-8424
Grant CEP: GA MŠk LC06073
Grant ostatní: Evropská komise(XE) SSPI-CT-2003–511202; Evropská komise(XE) GOCE-CT-2003–506675
Výzkumný záměr: CEZ:AV0Z60050516
Klíčová slova: plant invasions * extinctions * floristic homogenization
Kód oboru RIV: EF - Botanika
Impakt faktor: 9.432, rok: 2009
Human activities have altered the composition of biotas through two fundamental processes: native extinctions and alien introductions. Both processes affect the taxonomic (i.e., species identity) and phylogenetic (i.e., species evolutionary history) structure of species assemblages. Considering both native losses and alien additions in concert reveals that plant invasions in Europe since AD 1500 exceeded extinctions, resulting in (i) increased taxonomic diversity (i.e., species richness) but decreased phylogenetic diversity within European regions, and (ii) increased taxonomic and phylogenetic similarity among European regions. As a result, floras of many European regions have partly lost and will continue to lose their uniqueness. The results suggest that biodiversity needs to be assessed in terms of both species taxonomic and phylogenetic identity, but the latter is rarely used as a metric of the biodiversity dynamics.
Trvalý link: http://hdl.handle.net/11104/0183394