|| 要旨トップ | ESJ55 シンポジウム 一覧 |||日本生態学会全国大会 ESJ55 講演要旨|
All traits of all species in a biological community have been changed and shaped through the history of evolution. Furthermore, coexistence of those species has been established through the history of migration and differentiation. Thus, nothing in community ecology makes sense except in the light of evolutionary history. However, it is rather recent that evolutionary and phylogenetic approaches have been applied to community ecology. The purpose of this symposium is to overview recent progress through cutting-edge studies in phylogenetic approaches to community ecology and to discuss perspectives for future development in this promising research field.
[S08-1] A comparative phylogenetic approach to diversified flowering phenologies in forest communities
[S08-2] Measuring phylogenetic diversity - some statistical and computational problems
[S08-3] Properties of different community-level phylogenetic indices
[S08-4] Emerging patterns in the comparative analysis of phylogenetic community structure
[S08-5] Phylogenetic perspectives on community assembly and the competition-divergence-coexistence conundrum
[S08-6] A biogeographic perspective on community assembly