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Circumglobal invasion by the brown seaweed Sargassum muticum

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Författare A. H. Engelen
Alexandra Serebryakova
P. Ang
K. Britton-Simmons
F. Mineur
M. F. Pedersen
F. Arenas
C. Fernandez
H. Steen
Robin Svenson
Henrik Pavia
Gunilla B. Toth
F. Viard
R. Santos
Publicerad i Oceanography and Marine Biology: An Annual Review. R. N. Hughes, D. J. Hughes, I. P. Smith, and A. C. Dale (eds.)
Volym 53
Sidor 81-126
ISBN 978-1-4987-0545-5
Förlag Crc Press-Taylor & Francis Group
Förlagsort Boca Raton
Publiceringsår 2015
Publicerad vid Institutionen för biologi och miljövetenskap, Tjärnö marinbiologiska laboratorium
Sidor 81-126
Språk en
Länkar dx.doi.org/10.1201/b18733-4
Ämnesord seaweed, interactions, taxonomy, non-indigenous species, invasive species, invasion, ecology, impact, alga ascophyllum-nodosum, intertidal macroalgal assemblage, yendo, fensholt populations, oyster crassostrea-gigas, biological invasions, marine-algae, undaria-pinnatifida, functional diversity, reproductive, effort, halidrys-siliquosa
Ämneskategorier Oceanografi, Marin ekologi

Sammanfattning

Hundreds of macroalgal species have been spread outside their natural range by human activities, and many of these introductions are occurring at a worldwide scale. This review considers one of the best-studied and most widespread invasive macroalgae, Sargassum muticum, to determine the traits and processes important in marine invasions and to identify important lines of future research. Particular emphasis is placed on the ecology of S. muticum in its native range and on the four stages of invasion transport, colonization, establishment, and spread integrating taxonomy, invasion history, dispersal, impact, invasiveness and invasibility, and general ecology. Although S. muticum has received a lot of scientific attention, with more than 650 papers on this species, key information on its taxonomy, invasive biology, and evolutionary potential is still lacking. Most previous studies have been local or descriptive or provide circumstantial evidence, and too few have been hypothesis driven. Only by local-scale research conducted in different geographical regions, especially including the native range, and developed in an eco-evolutionary framework, will it be possible to greatly improve our understanding of the complex of factors, traits, and processes involved in macroalgal invasions. ERG P, 1992, ECOLOGY, V73, P1488 ERG P, 1992, ECOLOGY, V73, P1473

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