J.-C. Svenning

Niche overlap and divergence times support niche conservatism in eastern Asia–eastern North America disjunct plants

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Niche overlap and divergence times support niche conservatism in eastern Asia–eastern North America disjunct plants. / Yin, Xue; Jarvie, Scott; Guo, Wen Yong; Deng, Tao; Mao, Lingfeng; Zhang, Minhua; Chu, Chengjin; Qian, Hong; Svenning, Jens Christian; He, Fangliang.

I: Global Ecology and Biogeography, Bind 30, Nr. 10, 10.2021, s. 1990-2003.

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Yin, X, Jarvie, S, Guo, WY, Deng, T, Mao, L, Zhang, M, Chu, C, Qian, H, Svenning, JC & He, F 2021, 'Niche overlap and divergence times support niche conservatism in eastern Asia–eastern North America disjunct plants', Global Ecology and Biogeography, bind 30, nr. 10, s. 1990-2003. https://doi.org/10.1111/geb.13360

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Yin, X., Jarvie, S., Guo, W. Y., Deng, T., Mao, L., Zhang, M., Chu, C., Qian, H., Svenning, J. C., & He, F. (2021). Niche overlap and divergence times support niche conservatism in eastern Asia–eastern North America disjunct plants. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 30(10), 1990-2003. https://doi.org/10.1111/geb.13360

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Yin X, Jarvie S, Guo WY, Deng T, Mao L, Zhang M, Chu C, Qian H, Svenning JC, He F. 2021. Niche overlap and divergence times support niche conservatism in eastern Asia–eastern North America disjunct plants. Global Ecology and Biogeography. 30(10):1990-2003. https://doi.org/10.1111/geb.13360

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Yin X, Jarvie S, Guo WY, Deng T, Mao L, Zhang M o.a. Niche overlap and divergence times support niche conservatism in eastern Asia–eastern North America disjunct plants. Global Ecology and Biogeography. 2021 okt;30(10):1990-2003. https://doi.org/10.1111/geb.13360

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Yin, Xue ; Jarvie, Scott ; Guo, Wen Yong ; Deng, Tao ; Mao, Lingfeng ; Zhang, Minhua ; Chu, Chengjin ; Qian, Hong ; Svenning, Jens Christian ; He, Fangliang. / Niche overlap and divergence times support niche conservatism in eastern Asia–eastern North America disjunct plants. I: Global Ecology and Biogeography. 2021 ; Bind 30, Nr. 10. s. 1990-2003.

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title = "Niche overlap and divergence times support niche conservatism in eastern Asia–eastern North America disjunct plants",
abstract = "Aim: The plant species sharing ancestors now disjunctly distributed in eastern Asia (EAS) and eastern North America (ENA) have long been a biogeographic puzzle. Species within the EAS–ENA disjunct genera are presumed to exhibit niche conservatism, the tendency of closely related species to be more ecologically similar, reflecting lineages{\textquoteright} common evolutionary history. However, the hypothesis has not been well examined at the species level. Location: EAS and ENA. Time period: Current. Major taxa studied: Species within the EAS–ENA disjunct genera. Methods: We compiled data on climate, species occurrence, growth form, and phylogeny to examine niche conservatism. We first built a phylogenetic tree to select intercontinental congeneric pairwise species and obtained their divergence times. We then quantified the observed niche overlaps with Schoener{\textquoteright}s D, which has a 0–1 range, based on species occurrence and climate of species{\textquoteright} native ranges. To obtain projected distributions, each species{\textquoteright} niche was projected to the non-native region using ensemble ecological niche models. Projected-related niche overlaps were then calculated using projected distributions and the corresponding climatic conditions. Results: Average observed niche overlaps of congeneric pairwise species were relatively small:.124,.211 and.109 for all, herbaceous and woody species, respectively. Both observed and projected-related niche overlaps had significant negative relationships with divergence times of intercontinental congeneric pairwise species, with niche overlap for herbaceous species being higher than that for woody plants when controlling for divergence times. Main conclusions: We conclude that the significant negative relationships between niche overlap and divergence times of congeneric pairwise species confirm niche conservatism among species of EAS–ENA disjunct plants and that the extent of niche conservatism is slightly different for herbaceous and woody plants. These findings suggest the potential role of allopatric speciation in EAS, and could help to understand the evolutionary history and the Asian-bias diversity pattern of the EAS–ENA disjunct plants.",
keywords = "divergence times, EAS–ENA plant disjunction, ensemble ecological niche models, niche conservatism, niche overlap, pairwise species",
author = "Xue Yin and Scott Jarvie and Guo, {Wen Yong} and Tao Deng and Lingfeng Mao and Minhua Zhang and Chengjin Chu and Hong Qian and Svenning, {Jens Christian} and Fangliang He",
year = "2021",
month = oct,
doi = "10.1111/geb.13360",
language = "English",
volume = "30",
pages = "1990--2003",
journal = "Global Ecology and Biogeography",
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T1 - Niche overlap and divergence times support niche conservatism in eastern Asia–eastern North America disjunct plants

AU - Yin, Xue

AU - Jarvie, Scott

AU - Guo, Wen Yong

AU - Deng, Tao

AU - Mao, Lingfeng

AU - Zhang, Minhua

AU - Chu, Chengjin

AU - Qian, Hong

AU - Svenning, Jens Christian

AU - He, Fangliang

PY - 2021/10

Y1 - 2021/10

N2 - Aim: The plant species sharing ancestors now disjunctly distributed in eastern Asia (EAS) and eastern North America (ENA) have long been a biogeographic puzzle. Species within the EAS–ENA disjunct genera are presumed to exhibit niche conservatism, the tendency of closely related species to be more ecologically similar, reflecting lineages’ common evolutionary history. However, the hypothesis has not been well examined at the species level. Location: EAS and ENA. Time period: Current. Major taxa studied: Species within the EAS–ENA disjunct genera. Methods: We compiled data on climate, species occurrence, growth form, and phylogeny to examine niche conservatism. We first built a phylogenetic tree to select intercontinental congeneric pairwise species and obtained their divergence times. We then quantified the observed niche overlaps with Schoener’s D, which has a 0–1 range, based on species occurrence and climate of species’ native ranges. To obtain projected distributions, each species’ niche was projected to the non-native region using ensemble ecological niche models. Projected-related niche overlaps were then calculated using projected distributions and the corresponding climatic conditions. Results: Average observed niche overlaps of congeneric pairwise species were relatively small:.124,.211 and.109 for all, herbaceous and woody species, respectively. Both observed and projected-related niche overlaps had significant negative relationships with divergence times of intercontinental congeneric pairwise species, with niche overlap for herbaceous species being higher than that for woody plants when controlling for divergence times. Main conclusions: We conclude that the significant negative relationships between niche overlap and divergence times of congeneric pairwise species confirm niche conservatism among species of EAS–ENA disjunct plants and that the extent of niche conservatism is slightly different for herbaceous and woody plants. These findings suggest the potential role of allopatric speciation in EAS, and could help to understand the evolutionary history and the Asian-bias diversity pattern of the EAS–ENA disjunct plants.

AB - Aim: The plant species sharing ancestors now disjunctly distributed in eastern Asia (EAS) and eastern North America (ENA) have long been a biogeographic puzzle. Species within the EAS–ENA disjunct genera are presumed to exhibit niche conservatism, the tendency of closely related species to be more ecologically similar, reflecting lineages’ common evolutionary history. However, the hypothesis has not been well examined at the species level. Location: EAS and ENA. Time period: Current. Major taxa studied: Species within the EAS–ENA disjunct genera. Methods: We compiled data on climate, species occurrence, growth form, and phylogeny to examine niche conservatism. We first built a phylogenetic tree to select intercontinental congeneric pairwise species and obtained their divergence times. We then quantified the observed niche overlaps with Schoener’s D, which has a 0–1 range, based on species occurrence and climate of species’ native ranges. To obtain projected distributions, each species’ niche was projected to the non-native region using ensemble ecological niche models. Projected-related niche overlaps were then calculated using projected distributions and the corresponding climatic conditions. Results: Average observed niche overlaps of congeneric pairwise species were relatively small:.124,.211 and.109 for all, herbaceous and woody species, respectively. Both observed and projected-related niche overlaps had significant negative relationships with divergence times of intercontinental congeneric pairwise species, with niche overlap for herbaceous species being higher than that for woody plants when controlling for divergence times. Main conclusions: We conclude that the significant negative relationships between niche overlap and divergence times of congeneric pairwise species confirm niche conservatism among species of EAS–ENA disjunct plants and that the extent of niche conservatism is slightly different for herbaceous and woody plants. These findings suggest the potential role of allopatric speciation in EAS, and could help to understand the evolutionary history and the Asian-bias diversity pattern of the EAS–ENA disjunct plants.

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KW - EAS–ENA plant disjunction

KW - ensemble ecological niche models

KW - niche conservatism

KW - niche overlap

KW - pairwise species

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VL - 30

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JF - Global Ecology and Biogeography

SN - 1466-822X

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