Organismic evolutionary ecology is understanding of the evolution of organisms, how biodiversity is generated and maintained, how organisms work, and how organisms interact with their environment. These also span from the evolution and control of gene expression patterns within individuals and populations to the dynamics of ecosystems. Habitats and climate have been changing at various temporal and spatial scales since the origin of life. Although this variation can have a profound effect on both ecological and evolutionary processes, the interplay between ecology and evolution remains comparatively neglected. Most researchers in evolution are more concerned with the pattern of evolution (phylogeny) and its genetic and developmental correlates than with the ecological causes of evolution. Similarly, ecologists often ignore the evolutionary implications of population and community processes, at least partially because it is difficult enough working out ecological processes when one assumes (implicitly) that all individuals are identical over short time scales.
Organismic evolutionary ecology
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