Persistent effects of pre-Columbian plant domestication on Amazonian forest composition

C. Levis*, F. R.C. Costa, F. Bongers, M. Peña-Claros, C. R. Clement, A. B. Junqueira, E. G. Neves, E. K. Tamanaha, F. O.G. Figueiredo, R. P. Salomão, C. V. Castilho, W. E. Magnusson, O. L. Phillips, J. E. Guevara, D. Sabatier, J. F. Molino, D. Cárdenas López, A. M. Mendoza, N. C.A. Pitman, A. DuqueP. Núñez Vargas, C. E. Zartman, R. Vasquez, A. Andrade, J. L. Camargo, T. R. Feldpausch, S. G.W. Laurance, W. F. Laurance, T. J. Killeen, H. E. Mendonça Nascimento, J. C. Montero, B. Mostacedo, I. L. Amaral, I. C. Guimarães Vieira, R. Brienen, H. Castellanos, J. Terborgh, M. De Jesus Veiga Carim, J. R. Da Silva Guimarães, L. De Souza Coelho, F. D. De Almeida Matos, F. Wittmann, H. F. Mogollón, G. Damasco, N. Dávila, E. N.H. Coronado, T. R. Baker, N. F. Da Silva, J. F. Phillips, B. Hoffman

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