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BRS Masato Yamamichi: Rapid evolution promotes species coexistence via sexual interactions and temporal fluctuations
September 29, 2021
host: Germain Lab
Title: Rapid evolution promotes species coexistence via sexual interactions and temporal fluctuations
Abstract: How does rapid evolution promote species coexistence? Previous studies have focused on resource partitioning and the trade-off between intra- and interspecific competition, but I demonstrate the potential importance of rapid evolution in sexual interactions and coexistence via temporal fluctuations by using mathematical models. Our results indicate that eco-evolutionary dynamics may play a significant role especially in fluctuation-dependent coexistence (the storage effect and relative nonlinearity).
Biodiversity Research Seminar Series (BRS)