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"Invasional meltdown" zbieg okoliczności czy reguła?

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"Invasional meltdown" - coicident or a rule?
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Jedno z głównych zagrożeń dla różnorodności biologicznej stanowią gatunki obcego pochodzenia. W pracy zaprezentowano cztery hipotezy dotyczące możliwości osiedlania się gatunków obcych w nowych ekosystemach ("biotic resistance; "intermediate disturbance hypothesis"; "enemy release hypothesis" oraz "invasional meltdown"), ze zwróceniem szczególnej uwagi na jedną z najnowszych - "invasional meltdown". Fundamentalnym założeniem tej hipotezy jest występowanie pozytywnych interakcji pomiędzy gatunkami obcymi, które w ten sposób wzajemnie wspomagają się m. in. w rozszerzaniu swojego zasięgu. Opisano przykłady zarówno potwierdzające hipotezę (np. sieć pozytywnych interakcji między gatunkami pochodzenia pontokaspijskiego w Wielkich Jeziorach Amerykańskich), jak również falsyfikujące ją (negatywny wpływ obcego dla USA kraba azjatyckiego na, również obcego dla tego rejonu, kraba zielonego). Przedstawiono także zależności pomiędzy gatunkami obcymi w wodach Polski, które mogą potwierdzać hipotezę "invasional meltdown".
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Non-indigenous species are one of the most important threats to biodiversity. The paper presents four hypotheses regarding possible establishment of alien species in the newly occupied ecosystems: "biotic resistance", "intermediate disturbance hypothesis", "enemy release hypothesis" and "invasional meltdown. Particular attention is given to the "invasional meltdown" hypothesis, which suggests that positive interactions between non-indigenous species may influence their invasion success. Examples supporting "invasional meltdown" hypothesis (i. a. positive interactions between pontocaspian species in the Great Lakes) as well as these rejecting this hypothesis (negative impact of alien Asian shore crab on non-indigenous green crab) are shown. Furthermore, relationships between alien species in Polish freshwaters, which may confirm "invasional meltdown" are also presented.
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63
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1
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67-75
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2014
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