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245 0 0 a| Frontiers in ecology, evolution and complexity
c| Mariana Benítez, Octavio Miramontes and Alfonso Valiente-Banuet (editors)
260 _ _ a| Cd. de México, México
b| EditoraC3
b| CopIt-arXives
c| c2014
300 _ _ a| xiii, 266 p.
b| fot., il., mapas, retrs.
504 _ _ a| Incluye bibliografía
505 2 _ a| Authors & Affiliations.. Prologue.. Introduction.. Geographic patterns of biodiversity.. 1 Abstract.. 2 Resumen.. 3 Introduction.. 4 Description of patterns and correlations.. 5 Mechanistic theories of biodiversity.. 6 Null and stochastic simulation models.. 7 Bibliography.. Plant community ecology.. 1 Abstract.. 2 Resumen.. 3 Introduction.. 4 Historical background.. 5 The framework.. 6 Regional species pool and ecological connections.. 7 Niche conservatism and phylogenetic community structure.. 8 The role of plant-plant interactions in structuring communities.. 9 From pair-wise interactions to community approaches: ecological networks.. 10 Multiple ecological processes acting synergistically.. 11 Implications on biodiversity maintenance and sustainable development.. 12 Concluding remarks.. 13 Bibliography.. Flower complexity and fractals.. 1 Abstract.. 2 Resumen.. 3 Introduction.. 4 Methods.. 5 Results.. 6 Concluding remarks.. 7 Bibliography.. Community dynamics: lessons from a skeleton.. 1 Abstract.. 2 Resumen.. 3 Community dynamics: lessons from a skeleton.. The skeleton of the interaction matrix.. Understanding the dynamical properties from the skeleton.. 4 Bibliography.. Plant-pollination interactions in ecosystem restoration.. 1 Abstract.. 2 Resumen.. 3 Introduction 4 The role of anthropogenic perturbations in pollination.. Landscape fragmentation.. Climate change.. 5 The role of landscape in pollination.. 6 Experimental studies on plant-pollinator interactions in restoration.. 7 How to restore the pollination interactions in a degraded area?.. 8 Bibliography.. Networks in agroecology.. 1 Abstract.. 2 Resumen.. 3 Agroecological communities: multiscale nonlinear interactions.. The milpa as a model system in agroecology.. Dynamic network models in the study of agroecosystems.. 4 Box 1. Glossary.. 5 Bibliography.. Pan-genomics: unmasking hidden gene diversity in bacteria.. 1 abstract.. 2 Resumen
505 2 _ a| 3 Bacterial Pan-genomics.. 4 Bibliography.. The coming of age of microbial ecology.. 1 Abstract.. 2 Resumen.. 3 Introduction.. 4 Overcoming difficulties in the study of microbial communities.. 5 Problematic definition of species.. 6 Use of a theoretical framework.. 7 The coming of age, towards a predictive science.. 8 Bibliography.. The complexity of cancer ecosystems.. 1 Abstract.. 2 Resumen.. 3 Introduction.. 4 Metazoa as coherent multicellular ecosystems.. Organ’s tissues as cellular networks building networks of patches.. 5 Neoplastic progression and the adaptive phases of cancer.. The control of proliferation within microscopic patches.. The emergence of Neoplastic progression.. The development of heterogeneous tumors.. 6 Metastasis, dispersal and invasion of secondary cell communities.. 7 Final remarks.. 8 Bibliography.. Game of Life: simple interactions ecology.. 1 Abstract.. 2 Resumen.. 3 Introduction.. 4 Computation, Cellular Automata and Conway’s Game of Life.. 5 Simple Rules and Pattern Formation.. 6 Conclusions.. 7 Bibliography.. Non-Linearity in population ecology.. 1 Abstract.. 2 Resumen.. 3 Non-Linearity in population ecology.. 4 Concluding remarks.. 5 Bibliography.. Randomness in Biology.. 1 Abstract.. 2 Resumen.. 3 Introduction.. 4 Chaos and Time Series.. 5 Attractor Reconstruction.. 6 Discussion.. 7 Bibliography.. Bridging genotype and phenotype.. 1 Abstract.. 2 Resumen.. 3 Introduction.. 4 Darwin’s Legacy.. From Natural Selection to Natural Variation.. Implicit Assumptions in Evolution.. 5 From Genes to Networks.. Fundamental Sources of Natural Variation.. 6 Evolutionary Systems Biology Approaches.. Epigenetic(Attractors) Landscape Evolution.. Multicellular morphogenetic processes unfold naturally in the EL.. 7 Conclusion and Challenges.. 8 Bibliography.. Criticality in gene networks.. 1 Abstract.. 2 Resumen.. 3 Introduction.. 4 Boolean networks and criticality
505 2 _ a| 5 Waddington Epigenetic landscape.. 6 Criticality of the attractor landscape.. 7 Evolution towards criticality.. 8 Discussion.. 9 Bibliography.. Multi-scale modeling of dynamic systems for evolution.. 1 Abstract.. 2 Resumen.. 3 Introduction: Changing the paradigm, multi-scale modeling approaches.. 4 Multi-scale models of non-evolutionary biological processes.. 5 Multi-scale models of evolutionary processes.. 6 Discussion and conclusions.. 7 Bibliography.. A sound of flower: evolutionary teachings from complex systems.. 1 Abstract.. 2 Resumen.. 3 Introduction.. 4 A case for Shellock Holmes.. 5 Spices: self-organization, complex systems, and chaos.. 6 A, B, C, D, E, F, Genes.. 7 The oracle speaks.. 8 The symphony of flowers.. 9 Coda.. 10 Bibliography.. Evolution of modularity.. 1 Abstract.. 2 Resumen.. 3 The role of modularity in adaptive evolution.. 4 Evolutionary scenarios for the origin of modularity.. 5 Conclusion.. 6 Bibliography.. Evolution and complexity: developmental constrains.. 1 Abstract.. 2 Resumen.. 3 Introduction.. Delimiting “the possible” in Nature.. A textbook example of functionalism: the limbs of tetrapods.. 4 Structuralism in Biology.. The utility of monsters and the origins of order.. Pattern formation in tetrapod limbs.. 5 Towards a structuralist biology.. 6 Bibliography.. Social evolution: new horizons.. 1 Abstract.. 2 Resumen.. 3 Introduction.. 4 Cooperation at the dawn of life.. 5 Social evolution: the past.. The old uncrossed frontier for the ideas on sociality.. 6 Social evolution: the future.. Emergent properties of grouping behaviour.. Non-randomness and interaction dynamics.. Mobility: come and stay together.. Stay together then interact.. 7 Bibliography.. The ecology of human linguistic groups.. 1 Abstract.. 2 Resumen.. 3 Introduction.. 4 Linguistic and biological taxonomy.. 5 Diversity and latitude.. 6 Population abundance and range sizes.. 7 Prospects.. 8 Bibliography
505 0 0 t| Networks in agroecology
r| M. Benítez, J. Fornoni, L. García Barrios & R. López
g| p. 64-77

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650 _ 4 a| Ecología
650 _ 4 a| Evolución social
650 _ 4 a| Restauración ecológica
650 _ 4 a| Ecología microbiana
650 _ 4 a| Morfogénesis
650 _ 4 a| Diversidad biológica
650 _ 4 a| Biogeografía
650 _ 4 a| Milpa
650 _ 4 a| Agroecología
650 _ 4 a| Agroecosistemas
700 1 _ a| Benítez, Mariana
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700 1 _ a| Miramontes, Octavio
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700 1 _ a| Valiente Banuet, Alfonso
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Frontiers in ecology, evolution and complexity / Mariana Benítez, Octavio Miramontes and Alfonso Valiente-Banuet (editors)
Benítez, Mariana (ed.)
Miramontes, Octavio (coed.)
Valiente Banuet, Alfonso (coed.)
Editor: Cd. de México, México : EditoraC3 : CopIt-arXives, c2014
ISBN: 9781938128059
Descripción: xiii, 266 p. : fot., il., mapas, retrs.
Nota: Incluye bibliografía
No. de sistema: 53506
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Authors & Affiliations
Prologue
Introduction
Geographic patterns of biodiversity
1 Abstract
2 Resumen
3 Introduction
4 Description of patterns and correlations
5 Mechanistic theories of biodiversity
6 Null and stochastic simulation models
7 Bibliography
Plant community ecology
1 Abstract
2 Resumen
3 Introduction
4 Historical background
5 The framework
6 Regional species pool and ecological connections
7 Niche conservatism and phylogenetic community structure
8 The role of plant-plant interactions in structuring communities
9 From pair-wise interactions to community approaches: ecological networks
10 Multiple ecological processes acting synergistically
11 Implications on biodiversity maintenance and sustainable development
12 Concluding remarks
13 Bibliography
Flower complexity and fractals
1 Abstract
2 Resumen
3 Introduction
4 Methods
5 Results
6 Concluding remarks
7 Bibliography
Community dynamics: lessons from a skeleton
1 Abstract
2 Resumen
3 Community dynamics: lessons from a skeleton
The skeleton of the interaction matrix
Understanding the dynamical properties from the skeleton
4 Bibliography
Plant-pollination interactions in ecosystem restoration
1 Abstract
2 Resumen
3 Introduction 4 The role of anthropogenic perturbations in pollination
Landscape fragmentation
Climate change
5 The role of landscape in pollination
6 Experimental studies on plant-pollinator interactions in restoration
7 How to restore the pollination interactions in a degraded area?
8 Bibliography
Networks in agroecology
1 Abstract
2 Resumen
3 Agroecological communities: multiscale nonlinear interactions
The milpa as a model system in agroecology
Dynamic network models in the study of agroecosystems
4 Box 1. Glossary
5 Bibliography
Pan-genomics: unmasking hidden gene diversity in bacteria
1 abstract
2 Resumen

3 Bacterial Pan-genomics
4 Bibliography
The coming of age of microbial ecology
1 Abstract
2 Resumen
3 Introduction
4 Overcoming difficulties in the study of microbial communities
5 Problematic definition of species
6 Use of a theoretical framework
7 The coming of age, towards a predictive science
8 Bibliography
The complexity of cancer ecosystems
1 Abstract
2 Resumen
3 Introduction
4 Metazoa as coherent multicellular ecosystems
Organ’s tissues as cellular networks building networks of patches
5 Neoplastic progression and the adaptive phases of cancer
The control of proliferation within microscopic patches
The emergence of Neoplastic progression
The development of heterogeneous tumors
6 Metastasis, dispersal and invasion of secondary cell communities
7 Final remarks
8 Bibliography
Game of Life: simple interactions ecology
1 Abstract
2 Resumen
3 Introduction
4 Computation, Cellular Automata and Conway’s Game of Life
5 Simple Rules and Pattern Formation
6 Conclusions
7 Bibliography
Non-Linearity in population ecology
1 Abstract
2 Resumen
3 Non-Linearity in population ecology
4 Concluding remarks
5 Bibliography
Randomness in Biology
1 Abstract
2 Resumen
3 Introduction
4 Chaos and Time Series
5 Attractor Reconstruction
6 Discussion
7 Bibliography
Bridging genotype and phenotype
1 Abstract
2 Resumen
3 Introduction
4 Darwin’s Legacy
From Natural Selection to Natural Variation
Implicit Assumptions in Evolution
5 From Genes to Networks
Fundamental Sources of Natural Variation
6 Evolutionary Systems Biology Approaches
Epigenetic(Attractors) Landscape Evolution
Multicellular morphogenetic processes unfold naturally in the EL
7 Conclusion and Challenges
8 Bibliography
Criticality in gene networks
1 Abstract
2 Resumen
3 Introduction
4 Boolean networks and criticality

5 Waddington Epigenetic landscape
6 Criticality of the attractor landscape
7 Evolution towards criticality
8 Discussion
9 Bibliography
Multi-scale modeling of dynamic systems for evolution
1 Abstract
2 Resumen
3 Introduction: Changing the paradigm, multi-scale modeling approaches
4 Multi-scale models of non-evolutionary biological processes
5 Multi-scale models of evolutionary processes
6 Discussion and conclusions
7 Bibliography
A sound of flower: evolutionary teachings from complex systems
1 Abstract
2 Resumen
3 Introduction
4 A case for Shellock Holmes
5 Spices: self-organization, complex systems, and chaos
6 A, B, C, D, E, F, Genes
7 The oracle speaks
8 The symphony of flowers
9 Coda
10 Bibliography
Evolution of modularity
1 Abstract
2 Resumen
3 The role of modularity in adaptive evolution
4 Evolutionary scenarios for the origin of modularity
5 Conclusion
6 Bibliography
Evolution and complexity: developmental constrains
1 Abstract
2 Resumen
3 Introduction
Delimiting “the possible” in Nature
A textbook example of functionalism: the limbs of tetrapods
4 Structuralism in Biology
The utility of monsters and the origins of order
Pattern formation in tetrapod limbs
5 Towards a structuralist biology
6 Bibliography
Social evolution: new horizons
1 Abstract
2 Resumen
3 Introduction
4 Cooperation at the dawn of life
5 Social evolution: the past
The old uncrossed frontier for the ideas on sociality
6 Social evolution: the future
Emergent properties of grouping behaviour
Non-randomness and interaction dynamics
Mobility: come and stay together
Stay together then interact
7 Bibliography
The ecology of human linguistic groups
1 Abstract
2 Resumen
3 Introduction
4 Linguistic and biological taxonomy
5 Diversity and latitude
6 Population abundance and range sizes
7 Prospects
8 Bibliography


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