Trait divergence and habitat specialization in tropical floodplain forests trees

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Autor(a) principal: Mori, Gisele Biem
Data de Publicação: 2019
Outros Autores: Schietti, Juliana, Poorter, L., Piedade, Maria Teresa Fernandez
Tipo de documento: Artigo
Idioma: eng
Título da fonte: Repositório Institucional do INPA
Texto Completo: https://repositorio.inpa.gov.br/handle/1/14646
Resumo: Habitat heterogeneity of tropical forests is thought to lead to specialization in plants and contribute to the high diversity of tree species in Amazonia. One prediction of habitat specialization is that species specialized for resource-rich habitats will have traits associated with high resource acquisition and fast growth while species specialized for resource-poor habitats will have traits associated with high resource conservation and persistence but slow growth. We tested this idea for seven genera and for twelve families from nutrient-rich white-water floodplain forest (várzea) and nutrient-poor black-water (igapó) floodplain forest. We measured 11 traits that are important for the carbon and nutrient balance of the trees, and compared trait variation between habitat types (white- and black-water forests), and the effect of habitat and genus/family on trait divergence. Functional traits of congeneric species differed between habitat types, where white-water forest species invested in resource acquisition and productive tissues, whereas black-water forest species invested in resource conservation and persistent tissues. Habitat specialization is leading to the differentiation of floodplain tree species of white-water and black-water forests, thus contributing to a high diversity of plant species in floodplain forests. © 2019 Mori et al.
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spelling Mori, Gisele BiemSchietti, JulianaPoorter, L.Piedade, Maria Teresa Fernandez2020-04-24T16:59:54Z2020-04-24T16:59:54Z2019https://repositorio.inpa.gov.br/handle/1/1464610.1371/journal.pone.0212232Habitat heterogeneity of tropical forests is thought to lead to specialization in plants and contribute to the high diversity of tree species in Amazonia. One prediction of habitat specialization is that species specialized for resource-rich habitats will have traits associated with high resource acquisition and fast growth while species specialized for resource-poor habitats will have traits associated with high resource conservation and persistence but slow growth. We tested this idea for seven genera and for twelve families from nutrient-rich white-water floodplain forest (várzea) and nutrient-poor black-water (igapó) floodplain forest. We measured 11 traits that are important for the carbon and nutrient balance of the trees, and compared trait variation between habitat types (white- and black-water forests), and the effect of habitat and genus/family on trait divergence. Functional traits of congeneric species differed between habitat types, where white-water forest species invested in resource acquisition and productive tissues, whereas black-water forest species invested in resource conservation and persistent tissues. Habitat specialization is leading to the differentiation of floodplain tree species of white-water and black-water forests, thus contributing to a high diversity of plant species in floodplain forests. © 2019 Mori et al.Volume 14, Número 2Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Brazilhttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/br/info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccessWaterCarbon BalanceEcological SpecializationFloodplainForestGene FunctionGenetic TraitGenetic VariabilityHabitatLeaf AreaNonhumanPlant NutrientPredictionSpecies ConservationsTreeBiodiversityBiological ModelPhysiologyTreeTropic ClimateBiodiversityForestsModels, BiologicalTreesTropical ClimateTrait divergence and habitat specialization in tropical floodplain forests treesinfo:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersioninfo:eu-repo/semantics/articlePLoS ONEengreponame:Repositório Institucional do INPAinstname:Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia (INPA)instacron:INPAORIGINALartigo-inpa.pdfapplication/pdf1230541https://repositorio.inpa.gov.br/bitstream/1/14646/1/artigo-inpa.pdf34b74c84aae0825f0cdd598345d40655MD51CC-LICENSElicense_rdfapplication/octet-stream914https://repositorio.inpa.gov.br/bitstream/1/14646/2/license_rdf4d2950bda3d176f570a9f8b328dfbbefMD521/146462020-07-14 09:18:37.814oai:repositorio:1/14646Repositório de PublicaçõesPUBhttps://repositorio.inpa.gov.br/oai/requestopendoar:2020-07-14T13:18:37Repositório Institucional do INPA - Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia (INPA)false
dc.title.en.fl_str_mv Trait divergence and habitat specialization in tropical floodplain forests trees
title Trait divergence and habitat specialization in tropical floodplain forests trees
spellingShingle Trait divergence and habitat specialization in tropical floodplain forests trees
Mori, Gisele Biem
Water
Carbon Balance
Ecological Specialization
Floodplain
Forest
Gene Function
Genetic Trait
Genetic Variability
Habitat
Leaf Area
Nonhuman
Plant Nutrient
Prediction
Species Conservations
Tree
Biodiversity
Biological Model
Physiology
Tree
Tropic Climate
Biodiversity
Forests
Models, Biological
Trees
Tropical Climate
title_short Trait divergence and habitat specialization in tropical floodplain forests trees
title_full Trait divergence and habitat specialization in tropical floodplain forests trees
title_fullStr Trait divergence and habitat specialization in tropical floodplain forests trees
title_full_unstemmed Trait divergence and habitat specialization in tropical floodplain forests trees
title_sort Trait divergence and habitat specialization in tropical floodplain forests trees
author Mori, Gisele Biem
author_facet Mori, Gisele Biem
Schietti, Juliana
Poorter, L.
Piedade, Maria Teresa Fernandez
author_role author
author2 Schietti, Juliana
Poorter, L.
Piedade, Maria Teresa Fernandez
author2_role author
author
author
dc.contributor.author.fl_str_mv Mori, Gisele Biem
Schietti, Juliana
Poorter, L.
Piedade, Maria Teresa Fernandez
dc.subject.eng.fl_str_mv Water
Carbon Balance
Ecological Specialization
Floodplain
Forest
Gene Function
Genetic Trait
Genetic Variability
Habitat
Leaf Area
Nonhuman
Plant Nutrient
Prediction
Species Conservations
Tree
Biodiversity
Biological Model
Physiology
Tree
Tropic Climate
Biodiversity
Forests
Models, Biological
Trees
Tropical Climate
topic Water
Carbon Balance
Ecological Specialization
Floodplain
Forest
Gene Function
Genetic Trait
Genetic Variability
Habitat
Leaf Area
Nonhuman
Plant Nutrient
Prediction
Species Conservations
Tree
Biodiversity
Biological Model
Physiology
Tree
Tropic Climate
Biodiversity
Forests
Models, Biological
Trees
Tropical Climate
description Habitat heterogeneity of tropical forests is thought to lead to specialization in plants and contribute to the high diversity of tree species in Amazonia. One prediction of habitat specialization is that species specialized for resource-rich habitats will have traits associated with high resource acquisition and fast growth while species specialized for resource-poor habitats will have traits associated with high resource conservation and persistence but slow growth. We tested this idea for seven genera and for twelve families from nutrient-rich white-water floodplain forest (várzea) and nutrient-poor black-water (igapó) floodplain forest. We measured 11 traits that are important for the carbon and nutrient balance of the trees, and compared trait variation between habitat types (white- and black-water forests), and the effect of habitat and genus/family on trait divergence. Functional traits of congeneric species differed between habitat types, where white-water forest species invested in resource acquisition and productive tissues, whereas black-water forest species invested in resource conservation and persistent tissues. Habitat specialization is leading to the differentiation of floodplain tree species of white-water and black-water forests, thus contributing to a high diversity of plant species in floodplain forests. © 2019 Mori et al.
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