Effects of phylogenetic diversity and phylogenetic identity in a restoration ecology experiment

Andrew L. Hipp, Mary Claire Glasenhardt, Marlin L. Bowles, Mira Garner, Bryant C. Scharenbroch, Evelyn W. Williams, Rebecca S. Barak, Amy Byrne, Adrienne R. Ernst, Emily Grigg, Meghan G. Midgley, Hayley Wagreich, Daniel J Larkin

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Our understanding of the effects of plant biodiversity on ecosystem function rests in large part on experiments that have disentangled environmental variables from local diversity. Yet phylogenetic diversity (PD) effects can be confounded by phylogenetic identity effects in such experiments if assemblages with low or high PD tend to be dominated by a single clade. We illustrate this problem in a 127-species experiment designed to test the effects of angiosperm PD and trait diversity on tallgrass prairie restoration outcomes. In this experiment, the taxon pool exhibits a phylogenetic bias: if species were randomly assigned to experimental assemblages, low PD plots would frequently be dominated by a single

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationPhylogenetic Diversity
Subtitle of host publicationApplications and Challenges in Biodiversity Science
PublisherSpringer International Publishing
Pages189-210
Number of pages22
ISBN (Electronic)9783319931449
ISBN (Print)9783319931449
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StatePublished - Aug 31 2018

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restoration ecology
Angiosperms
ecological restoration
Biodiversity
Ecology
Ecosystem
phylogenetics
phylogeny
experiment
ecosystem function
angiosperm
prairies
prairie
Grassland
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Angiospermae
biodiversity
environmental factors
ecosystems

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Hipp, A. L., Glasenhardt, M. C., Bowles, M. L., Garner, M., Scharenbroch, B. C., Williams, E. W., ... Larkin, D. J. (2018). Effects of phylogenetic diversity and phylogenetic identity in a restoration ecology experiment. In Phylogenetic Diversity: Applications and Challenges in Biodiversity Science (pp. 189-210). Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-93145-6_10

Effects of phylogenetic diversity and phylogenetic identity in a restoration ecology experiment. / Hipp, Andrew L.; Glasenhardt, Mary Claire; Bowles, Marlin L.; Garner, Mira; Scharenbroch, Bryant C.; Williams, Evelyn W.; Barak, Rebecca S.; Byrne, Amy; Ernst, Adrienne R.; Grigg, Emily; Midgley, Meghan G.; Wagreich, Hayley; Larkin, Daniel J.

Phylogenetic Diversity: Applications and Challenges in Biodiversity Science. Springer International Publishing, 2018. p. 189-210.

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Hipp, AL, Glasenhardt, MC, Bowles, ML, Garner, M, Scharenbroch, BC, Williams, EW, Barak, RS, Byrne, A, Ernst, AR, Grigg, E, Midgley, MG, Wagreich, H & Larkin, DJ 2018, Effects of phylogenetic diversity and phylogenetic identity in a restoration ecology experiment. in Phylogenetic Diversity: Applications and Challenges in Biodiversity Science. Springer International Publishing, pp. 189-210. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-93145-6_10
Hipp AL, Glasenhardt MC, Bowles ML, Garner M, Scharenbroch BC, Williams EW et al. Effects of phylogenetic diversity and phylogenetic identity in a restoration ecology experiment. In Phylogenetic Diversity: Applications and Challenges in Biodiversity Science. Springer International Publishing. 2018. p. 189-210 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-93145-6_10
Hipp, Andrew L. ; Glasenhardt, Mary Claire ; Bowles, Marlin L. ; Garner, Mira ; Scharenbroch, Bryant C. ; Williams, Evelyn W. ; Barak, Rebecca S. ; Byrne, Amy ; Ernst, Adrienne R. ; Grigg, Emily ; Midgley, Meghan G. ; Wagreich, Hayley ; Larkin, Daniel J. / Effects of phylogenetic diversity and phylogenetic identity in a restoration ecology experiment. Phylogenetic Diversity: Applications and Challenges in Biodiversity Science. Springer International Publishing, 2018. pp. 189-210
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