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The contribution of the genetics of populations to ecosystem stability


, : The contribution of the genetics of populations to ecosystem stability. Silvae Genetica 45(5/6): 267-271

Taking a system theoretical approach, ecosystem stability can be viewed in terms of adaptedness and adaptability of an open dynamic system to its environmental conditions. The goal of each adaptational process comprises the maintenance of the ecosystem's identity as defined by characteristics of the material, energy and information balance that are determined by the system's external conditions. The information balance controls the material and energy flows (conversions).

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