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termine the actual rate of species loss or the real magnitude of the biodiversity
crisis. We do know for certain that the rate of species extinction is high and that it
largey results from an esca ating rate of ecosystem degradation by a sing e ...
For exarrple, I' we lose wild populations of plarts closey related to agricultural
species, we lose genetic resources that coud potentially be used to improve
certain crop qualities, such as disease resistance, through plant breeding.
at' Biolig dR st at' E ion an e or ion c I-"' I""' overhar\/est what was formerly a very
common species. Disruption of Interaction Networks Ecosystem dynamics
depend on the networks of interspecific interactions witr'n bio ogical communities.
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