By Miller B. I.
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Why is herbivory so important? First, the process whereby insects consume leaves and in turn transfer this energy to the forest ﬂoor via their bodies and their frass (droppings) is critical to effective nutrient cycling among the various layers of the forest. Herbivory also creates a catalyst for the production of plant chemicals that defend foliage from animals that would otherwise eat it. Complex relationships have sometimes developed between speciﬁc herbivores and their ability to digest the chemicals in a certain type of foliage.
5 million species of the alleged 30 million, or perhaps 100 million, species. The pace is slow: taxonomists calculate that we are classifying only the inordinately small number of 7,000 new species per year. Our work is cut out for us. The notion of sorting, counting, and naming 100 million species is daunting. The ecological task of determining which species are critical to essential processes such as photosynthesis, nutrient cycling, and decomposition is even more challenging. S. ” Exactly how many is 100 million species?
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