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2018. Benson, Roger B. J., Starmer-Jones, Ethan, Close, Roger A., and Walsh, Stig A. The bony labyrinth of vertebrates houses the semicircular canals. These sense rotational accelerations of the head and play an essential role in ga... Journal of Anatomy. University of Oxford, University of Birmingham, and National Museum.
2015. Benson, Roger B. J., Frigot, Rachel A., Goswami, Anjali, Andres, Brian, and Butler, Richard J. The pterosaurs, Mesozoic flying reptiles, attained wingspans of more than 10 m that greatly exceed the largest birds and challenge our understandin... Nature Communications. University of Oxford, Johns Hopkins University, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, University of South Florida, and University of Birmingham.
2013. Mueller, Jakob C., Korsten, Peter, Hermannstädter, Christine, Feulner, Thomas, Dingemanse, Niels J., Matthysen, Erik, van Oers, Kees, van Overveld, Thijs, Patrick, Samantha C., Quinn, John L., Riemenschneider, Matthias, Tinbergen, Joost M., Kempenaers, Bart, and Hermannstaedter, Christine. The assessment of genetic architecture and selection history in genes for behavioural traits is fundamental to our understanding of how these trait... Molecular Ecology. Max Planck Institute for Ornithology, University of Groningen, University of Antwerp, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Nederlands Instituut voor Ecologie, and University of Oxford.
2012. Griekspoor, Petra, Colles, Frances M., McCarthy, Noel D., Hansbro, Philip M., Ashhurst-Smith, Chris, Olsen, Björn, Hasselquist, Dennis, Maiden, Martin C. J., and Waldenström, Jonas. Zoonotic pathogens often infect several animal species, and gene flow among populations infecting different host species may affect the biological ... Molecular Ecology. Linnaeus University, University of Oxford, University of Newcastle Australia, Uppsala University, and Lund University.
2015. Sepil, Irem, Radersma, Reinder, Santure, Anna W., De Cauwer, Isabelle, Slate, Jon, Sheldon, Ben C., Santure, A. W., De Cauwer, I., Slate, J., Sepil, I., Radersma, R., and Sheldon, B. C. Genes of the major histocompatibility complex (MHC) are regarded as a potentially important target of mate choice due to the fitness benefits that ... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Oxford, University of Sheffield, and University of Auckland.