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The Origin of Ecosystems by Means of Natural Selection

Series: Acta Zoological Lituanica Supplements Series

By: Edmundas Lekevicius

88 pages, Figs

Edmundas Lekevicius

Paperback | Dec 2002 | #136308
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In the first part of this monograph Lekevicius describes how nutrient cycles and ecosystem structure changed during the evolution of life. In reconstructing past ecosystems he is guided by the idea that life can exist simply as a nutrient cycle and therefore the very first ecosystems should have appeared on Earth together with the very first organisms. In the second part, evolutionary mechanisms are described in more detail. The author deduces from his own methodology that there existed two main evolutionary lineages: phylogenesis or Darwinian evolution and ecosystem evolution.

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