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The ecological role of biodiversity in agroecosystems
Invertebrate Biodiversity as Bioindicators of Sustainable Landscapes
Increasingly research suggests that the level of internal regulation of function in agroecosystems is largely dependent on the level of plant and animal biodiversity present. In agroecosystems, biodiversity performs a variety of ecological services beyond the production of food, including recycling of nutrients, regulation of microclimate and local hydrological processes, suppression of undesirable organisms and detoxification of noxious chemicals. In this paper the role of biodiversity indoi:10.1016/b978-0-444-50019-9.50005-4 fatcat:jfzre5nizfdyzbfrmforvms534