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James O’Dwyer (University of Illinois): Cooperation, Resource Exchange, and Stability

23 February 2021 @ 9:00 - 10:00 PST

Models of microbial interactions have been developed in recent years, drawing from taxonomic abundances via amplicon sequencing. Many of these models assume that dynamics through time are primarily driven by pairwise interactions between taxa, but with the drawback that how these interaction strengths may change with environmental context is less than clear. Here we model the consumption and exchange of resources explicitly, and show that these processes imply new results and principles for the stability of ecological communities.

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23 February 2021
9:00 - 10:00 PST
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