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Symbioses and Stress - Martin Grube
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[ED: Buch], [PU: Springer], Neuware - When one picks up a multiauthored book in a series like this, one wonders what will be distinctive about its contents. one wonders about the 'Concept of Symbiosis. ' does it have the same meaning for all authors and all potential readers one is further tempted to question the concept of stress. What is the meaning of the c- cept of stress Some change in the biotic or abiotic aspects of the environment or habitat of the symbiotic partners many might support the more general def- tion of symbiosis credited to de bary (1879), that symbiosis is the living together of separately named organisms. Something like Smith's (1992) more restricted PoLLnPia (P ermanent or Long-Lived intimate associations between diffe- ent organisms, usually of different sizes, in which the larger organism, the host, exploits the capabilities of one or more smaller organisms) seems to be a better ft for a book centered on the effects of stress on symbiosis. PoLLnPia implies an integrated holobiont system that has adapted itself to living successfully in a particular environment that could be construed as harsh for nonsymbiotic s- tems. often, when queried for examples, one thinks of lichens, of corals living in oligotrophic tropical waters, of Pompeii worms living in association with che- lithotrophic bacteria, and of all sorts of herbivorous animals living in associations with microorganisms. Presumably, the hosts could not survive, or thrive, in their habitats without their smaller partners doing their trophic work for their holo- otic systems., [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, FixedPrice, [GW: 1267g]

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This book centers on the question of how organisms in tight symbiotic associations cope with various types of abiotic and biotic stress. In its original sense, symbioses cover all kinds of interactions among unrelated organisms, whereas in a narrower concept, the term is often referred to as mutualism. Evolutionary biology recognizes symbiosis as an integrative process, and most fundamental evolutionary innovations arose from cooperative symbioses. Mutualisms contribute to stress tolerance, ecosystem stability, and evolutionary radiation of cooperating organisms. Modern eukaryotic cells are the result of the endosymbiotic union of prokaryotic ancestors as well as diverse exosymbiotic associations. This cooperative aggregation appears more successful than its independent parts. Science Science eBook, Springer

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Symbioses and Stress: Joint Ventures in Biology (Cellular Origin, Life in Extreme Habitats and Astrobiology)
Autor:

Joseph Seckbach, Martin Grube

Titel:

Symbioses and Stress: Joint Ventures in Biology (Cellular Origin, Life in Extreme Habitats and Astrobiology)

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9048194482

This book centers on the question of how organisms in tight symbiotic associations cope with various types of abiotic and biotic stress. In its original sense, symbioses cover all kinds of interactions among unrelated organisms, whereas in a narrower concept, the term is often referred to as mutualism. Evolutionary biology recognizes symbiosis as an integrative process, and most fundamental evolutionary innovations arose from cooperative symbioses. Mutualisms contribute to stress tolerance, ecosystem stability, and evolutionary radiation of cooperating organisms. Modern eukaryotic cells are the result of the endosymbiotic union of prokaryotic ancestors as well as diverse exosymbiotic associations. This cooperative aggregation appears more successful than its independent parts.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9789048194483
ISBN (ISBN-10): 9048194482
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2010
Herausgeber: Springer-Verlag GmbH
630 Seiten
Gewicht: 1,220 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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