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Hierarchy of systems organization is used as a framework in advancing methodological guidelines for posing correct questions related to ecological diversity.
An hypothesis tout court is proposed to account for the association of cicadas (Homoptera: Cicadidae) with large-sized trees of the family Leguminosae in both climax forest formations and forest remnants in Central America. Based upon extensive field studies of these insects in Costa Rica,...
Apparently factual disagreement on the level(s) at which selection operates often results from different interpretations of the term “selection”. Attempts to resolve terminological problems must come to grips with a dilemma: a narrow interpretation of “selection” may lead to a restricted view on...
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