Networks of Invasion: Empirical Evidence and Case Studies [electronic resource]

  • Bohan, David A. , Dumbrell, Alex J. , Massol, Fran占퐋is
  • Academic Press
  • 2017
Networks of Invasion: Empirical Evidence and Case Studies [electronic resource]

Table of Content

Chapter One: Parasites and Biological Invasions: Predicting Ecological Alterations at Levels From Individual Hosts to Whole Networks

1 Introduction
2 Overview of Parasites and Network Analyses
3 Infectious Food Webs: Including Parasites in Trophic Networks
4 Parasites as Alien Species
5 How Exotic Parasites Alter Networks: Parasite–Host Interactions and Consequences
6 Integrating Biological Invasions Into Infectious Food Webs
7 Qualitative vs Quantitative Approaches
8 Conclusions and Forward Look
Appendix Data for the Case Study of Enemy Release in Invasive Cichlid Fish
Chapter Two: Novel and Disrupted Trophic Links Following Invasion in Freshwater Ecosystems

1 Introduction
2 What Are the Impacts of Invasive Species on Trophic Links in Freshwater Ecosystems?
3 What Influences the Impacts of Invaders on Freshwater Food Webs?
4 What Are the Available Methods to Quantify the Impacts of Invaders on Trophic Links?
5 Conclusions and Implications
Chapter Three: Importance of Microorganisms to Macroorganisms Invasions: Is the Essential Invisible to the Eye? (The Little Prince, A. de Saint-Exupéry, 1943)

1 Introduction
2 Impact of Microorganism Losses on Biological Invasions
3 Effects of Microorganisms Hosted by the Alien Species
4 Effects of Microorganisms Hosted by Native Species
5 Anthropic Use of Microorganisms
6 Conclusions
Chapter Four: Massively Introduced Managed Species and Their Consequences for Plant–Pollinator Interactions

1 Introduction
2 First Part: Impacts of MIMS in Plant and Pollinator Communities
3 Second Part: MIMS in Plant–Pollinator Networks
4 Conclusion
Chapter Five: Invasions of Host-Associated Microbiome Networks

1 Introduction
2 Ecological and Evolutionary Concepts Applied to Microbiome Networks: In the Face of Invaders
3 Quantifying Invasions of the Microbiome: Data, Modelling and Theory
4 Unique Features of WH Communities
5 Experimental Tests of Microbiome Invasibility
6 Types of Invaders
7 Actively Acquired Invasions
8 Perspectives and Conclusions
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