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2016). , 2015). g. , 2015). For example, the plant biodiversity (centre of the Fig. B2) translates at the same time into changes in the aboveground and the belowground networks, each of 31 Revisiting Priorities for Science and Society BOX 2 Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: Productivity in Terrestrial Ecosystems—cont'd Productivity Parasitism Predation rates Pathogen resistance Herbivory Pollination Flower visitation Parasitoids Carnivores Pollinators Fungal pathogens Herbivores Omnivores Plant–soil feedback Soil fungi Plant species richness Carnivores Herbivores Decomposers Decomposition, Mineralization Omnivores Figure B2 How above- and belowground multitrophic interactions may translate into ecosystem services.

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