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2019. Szenteczki, Mark A., Pitteloud, Camille, Casacci, Luca Pietro, Kešnerová, Lucie, Whitaker, Melissa R. L., Engel, Philipp, Vila, Roger, and Alvarez, Nadir. Bacterial symbionts are known to facilitate a wide range of physiological processes and ecological interactions for their hosts. In spite of this, ... Ecology and Evolution. University of Lausanne, Polish Academy of Sciences, Harvard University, and Spanish National Research Council.
2013. Dufresnes, Christophe, Wassef, Jérôme, Ghali, Karim, Brelsford, Alan, Stöck, Matthias, Lymberakis, Petros, Crnobrnja-Isailović, Jelka, and Perrin, Nicolas. Documenting and preserving the genetic diversity of populations, which conditions their long-term survival, has become a major issue in conservatio... Molecular Ecology. University of Lausanne, Leibniz Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries, University of Crete, and University of Belgrade.
2019. Scherrer, Daniel, Mod, Heidi K., Pottier, Julien, Dubuis-Litsios, Anne, Pellissier, Loïc, Vittoz, Pascal, Götzenberger, Lars, Zobel, Martin, and Guisan, Antoine. Habitat filtering and limiting similarity are well‐documented ecological assembly processes that hierarchically filter species across spatial scale... Journal of Ecology. University of Lausanne, VetAgro Sup, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, and University of Tartu.
2019. Saladin, Bianca, Thuiller, Wilfried, Graham, Catherine H., Lavergne, Sébastien, Maiorano, Luigi, Salamin, Nicolas, and Zimmermann, Niklaus E. Phylogenetic turnover quantifies the evolutionary distance among species assemblages and is central to understanding the main drivers shaping biodi... Nature Communications. Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research, University of Savoy, Sapienza University of Rome, and University of Lausanne.
2017. Hagen, Oskar, Andermann, Tobias, Quental, Tiago B., Antonelli, Alexandre, Silvestro, Daniele, and Quental, Tiago B. The estimation of diversification rates is one of the most vividly debated topics in modern systematics, with considerable controversy surrounding ... Systematic Biology. Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research, University of Gothenburg, University of Lausanne, and University of Sao Paulo.