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Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning in predator-prey communities

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Once regarded as little more than simple model systems, microbial communities are now understood to drive major earth processes and patterns of biodiversity. In order to more fully understand them, there is a need to investigate the mechanisms that determine the structure and function of microbial systems. Predator-prey interactions have been studied for a long time in macroecological systems and are known for their role in determining community structure and dynamics. Functional diversity...

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MPLS
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Zoology
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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2016-11-01

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