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2020. Pandit, Lekha. Objective:To understand the role of gut microbiome in influencing the pathogenesis of neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorders (NMOSD)among patients... Neurology: Neuroimmunology & Neuroinflammation. K S Hegde Medical Academy.
2021. Craine, Joseph. These are data from a survey in 2019 of bison dietary quality and composition from a survey of 45 herds across the conterminous United States. Biso... Scientific Reports. Jonah Ventures*.
2021. George, Emma E., Mullinix, James A., Meng, Fanwei, Bailey, Barbara A., Edwards, Clinton, Felts, Ben, Haas, Andreas F., Hartmann, Aaron, Mueller, Benjamin, Roach, Ty F., Salamon, Peter, Silveira, Cynthia, Vermeij, Mark, Rohwer, Forest, and Luque, Antoni. Abstract from the article associated with the dataset: George, Mullinix, et al PeerJ 2021. Reef-building corals are ecosystem engineers that com... PeerJ. University of British Columbia, San Diego State University, Scripps Institute of Oceanography*, Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History*, Caribbean Research and Management of Biodiversity Foundation, and University of Miami.
2021. Ke, Yuzheng, Wu, Rui, Zelenitsky, Darla, Brinkman, Don, Hu, Jinfeng, Zhang, Shukang, Jiang, Haishui, and Han, Fenglu. Turtle eggs containing embryos are exceedingly rare in the fossil record. Here, we provide the first description and taxonomic identification, to o... Proceedings of the Royal Society B. China University of Geosciences, University of Calgary, Royal Tyrrell Museum, and Chinese Academy of Sciences.
2021. Moffett, Elizabeth. Objectives: The presence of sexual dimorphism in the birth canals of anthropoid primates is well-documented, and birth canal dimorphism tends to be... American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Rocky Vista University.
2021. Sun, Di. Cetaceans (whales, dolphins, and porpoises) have undergone a radical transformation from the typical terrestrial mammalian body plan to a streamlin... The American Naturalist. Nanjing Normal University.
7. A Bayesian optimal escape model reveals bird species differ in their capacity to habituate to humans
2021. Sutton, Nicholas, Weston, Michael, Guay, Patrick, Tregoweth, Jenna, and O'Dwyer, James. The capacity to habituate to, or tolerate, the close proximity of humans varies among wildlife species and may mediate population and species viabi... Behavioral Ecology. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Deakin University.
8. A bidirectional corticoamygdala circuit for the encoding and retrieval of detailed reward memories
2021. Wassum, Kate, Sias, Ana, Morse, Ashleigh, Wang, Sherry, Greenfield, Venuz, Goodpaster, Caitlin, Wikenheiser, Andrew, Holley, Sandra, Cepeda, Carlos, and Levine, Michael. Adaptive reward-related decision making often requires accurate and detailed representation of potential available rewards. Environmental reward-pr... eLife. University of California, Los Angeles.
9. A co-development approach to conservation leads to informed habitat design and rapid establishment of amphibian communities
2020. O'Brien, David, Hall, Jeanette, Miró, Alexandre, O'Brien, Katie, and Jehle, Robert. 1. Effective wildlife restoration is a critical requirement of many conservation actions. The outcome of conservation interventions can be optimise... Ecological Solutions and Evidence. University of Salford, Scottish Natural Heritage, and Highland Amphibian and Reptile Project*.
10. A combined RAD-Seq and WGS approach reveals the genomic basis of yellow color variation in bumble bee Bombus terrestris
2021. Rahman, Sarthok Rasique, Cnaani, Jonathan, Kinch, Lisa N., Grishin, Nick V., and Hines, Heather M. Bumble bees exhibit exceptional diversity in their segmental body coloration largely as a result of mimicry. In this study we sought to discover ge... Scientific Reports. Pennsylvania State University, AgroBee*, and The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.