2015
DOI: 10.1111/aec.12210
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Loss of phylogenetic and functional originalities of woody cerrado species in simulated extinction scenarios

Abstract: Originality measures how different a given species is from all other co-occurring species regarding either their phylogenetic history or functional traits. Since it is important to preserve the various aspects of diversity and original species carry more phylogenetic or functional information, originality may be used to assign conservation priorities. Our goal was to evaluate the relationships between phylogenetic and functional originalities, and their simulated losses under extinction scenarios based on abun… Show more

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“…Recently, there have been more studies directed on the functional attributes of species: a finite number of physiological, anatomical, behavioural or life-history traits reflecting the roles that species play within communities and ecosystems (e.g. Petchey et al, 2007;Mouillot et al, 2008;Magnuson-Ford et al, 2009;Schmera et al, 2009a;Thompson et al, 2010;Buisson et al 2013;Mouillot et al, 2013;Godet et al, 2015;Rosatti et al, 2015). This diversity of approaches led different authors to use the terms distinctiveness, originality and uniqueness in different meanings.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Recently, there have been more studies directed on the functional attributes of species: a finite number of physiological, anatomical, behavioural or life-history traits reflecting the roles that species play within communities and ecosystems (e.g. Petchey et al, 2007;Mouillot et al, 2008;Magnuson-Ford et al, 2009;Schmera et al, 2009a;Thompson et al, 2010;Buisson et al 2013;Mouillot et al, 2013;Godet et al, 2015;Rosatti et al, 2015). This diversity of approaches led different authors to use the terms distinctiveness, originality and uniqueness in different meanings.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In recent decades, particular attention has also been paid to species' functional traits that indicate species' roles in ecosystem functioning (e.g. Lavorel & Garnier, ; Mouillot et al, ; Schmera, Erős & Podani, 2009; Buisson et al, ; Mouillot et al, ; Rosatti, Silva, & Batalha, ; Brandl et al, ). The assumption that phylogenies indirectly comprise the evolutionary changes in species' characters may explain why the first originality approaches were inferred from phylogenetic trees.…”
Section: Rarity and Originality: Two Entangled Conceptsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Instead, it is usually evaluated at the regional and local levels, as species' characteristics are directly related to ecosystem functioning and depend mostly on field data (Da Silva , Silva & Batalha, ; Mouillot et al, ; Rosatti et al , ). Several of these studies have underlined the potential vulnerability of functionally original species (Mouillot et al, ) and the negative impact of human disturbance on these species, with potential consequences on the sustainability of ecosystems (Rosatti et al , ). However, these conclusions may depend on the taxa, traits and geographic areas analysed (Da Silva et al , ; Brandl et al, ).…”
Section: Rarity and Originality: Two Entangled Conceptsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…functional diversity-FD, sensu Petchey & Gaston, 2002). These metrics can in turn be informative about the set of functions performed by a species assemblage (Batalha, Cianciaruso, & Motta Junior, 2010;Rosatti, Silva, & Batalha, 2015).…”
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