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2015. While, Geoffrey M., Williamson, Joseph, Prescott, Graham, Horváthová, Terézia, Fresnillo, Belén, Beeton, Nicholas J., Halliwell, Ben, Michaelides, Sozos, Uller, Tobias, Beeton, N. J., Halliwell, B., While, G. M., Prescott, G., Horvathova, T., Michaelides, S., Uller, T., Williamson, J., and Fresnillo, B. Successful establishment and range expansion of non-native species often require rapid accommodation of novel environments. Here, we use common-gar... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. University of Oxford, University of Tasmania, University of Cambridge, and University of Alcalá.
2016. Evans, Matthew R., Moustakas, Aristides, Carey, Gregory, Malhi, Yadvinder, Butt, Nathalie, Benham, Sue, Pallett, Denise, and Schäfer, Stefanie. As part of a project to develop predictive ecosystem models of United Kingdom woodlands we have collated data from two United Kingdom woodlands - W... Scientific Data. University of London, University of Oxford, Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions, Forest Research, and CEH-Wallingford, Maclean Building, Benson Lane, Crowmarsh, Gifford, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, UK*.
2019. Brennan, Adrian C., Hiscock, Simon J., Abbott, Richard J., Brennan, Adrian C, Hiscock, Simon J, and Abbott, Richard J. A new homoploid hybrid lineage needs to establish a degree of reproductive isolation from its parent species if it is to persist as an independent ... AoB PLANTS. Durham University, University of Oxford, and University of St Andrews.
2018. Ollivier, Morgane, Tresset, Anne, Frantz, Laurent A.F., Brehard, Stéphanie, Bălășescu, Adrian, Mashkour, Marjan, Boroneant, Adina, Pionnier-Capitan, Maud, Lebrasseur, Ophelie, Arbogast, Rose-Marie, Bartosiewicz, László, Debue, Karyne, Rabinovich, Rivka, Sablin, Mikhail V., Larson, Greger, Hänni, Catherine, Hitte, Christophe, Vigne, Jean-Denis, and Frantz, Laurent A. F. Near Eastern Neolithic farmers introduced several species of domestic plants and animals as they dispersed into Europe. Dogs were the only domestic... Biology Letters. Russian Academy of Sciences, French National Centre for Scientific Research, Stockholm University, Romanian Academy, University of Oxford, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Institute of Genetics and Development of Rennes, and Queen Mary University of London.
2015. Pigott, David M., Bhatt, Samir, Golding, Nick, Duda, Kirsten A., Battle, Katherine E., Brady, Oliver J., Messina, Jane P., Balard, Yves, Bastien, Patrick, Pratlong, Francine, Brownstein, John S., Freifeld, Clark, Mekaru, Sumiko R., Gething, Peter W., George, Dylan B., Myers, Monica F., Reithinger, Richard, Hay, Simon I., Brownstein, John S, Freifeld, Clark C, Mekaru, Sumiko R, George, Dylan B, Hay, Simon I, Pigott, David M, Duda, Kirsten A, Battle, Katherine E, Brady, Oliver J, Messina, Jane P, Gething, Peter W, and Myers, Monica F. The leishmaniases are vector-borne diseases that have a broad global distribution throughout much of the Americas, Africa and Asia. Despite represe... eLife. University of Oxford, French National Centre for Scientific Research, Harvard Medical School, Boston Children's Hospital, Fogarty International Center, RTI International, Children's Hospital, Boston University, and National Institutes of Health.
2011. Novotny, Vojtech, Miller, Scott E., Hrcek, Jan, Baje, Leontine, Basset, Yves, Lewis, Owen T., Stewart, Alan J. A., and Weiblen, George D. Classical niche theory explains the coexistence of species through their exploitation of different resources. Assemblages of herbivores coexisting ... The American Naturalist. University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice, Smithsonian Institution, New Guinea Binatang Research Center, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, University of Oxford, University of Sussex, and University of Minnesota.
2015. Sin, Yung Wa, Annavi, Geetha, Newman, Chris, Buesching, Christina, Burke, Terry, Macdonald, David W., and Dugdale, Hannah L. The major histocompatibility complex (MHC) plays a crucial role in the immune system, and in some species, it is a target by which individuals choo... Molecular Ecology. University of Sheffield, University of Oxford, Harvard University, Universiti Putra Malaysia, and University of Groningen.