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2018. Hulva, Pavel, Černá Bolfíková, Barbora, Woznicová, Vendula, Jindřichová, Milena, Benešová, Markéta, Myslajek, Robert W., Nowak, Sabina, Szewczyk, Maciej, Niedzwiecka, Natalia, Figura, Michał, Hájková, Andrea, Sándor, Atilla D., Zyka, Vladimír, Romportl, Dušan, Kutal, Miroslav, Finďo, Slavomír, and Antal, Vladimír. Aim: Population fragmentation represents a leitmotif of conservation biology, but the impact of population reconnection is less well studied. The r... Diversity and Distributions. University of Ostrava, Charles University, Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, University of Warsaw, Association for Nature “Wolf”; Lipowa Poland*, State Nature Conservancy of Slovak Republic; Banská Bystrica Slovakia*, Mendel University Brno, and National Forest Centre.
2018. Brown, Tanya, Otero, Christopher, Grajales, Alejandro, Rodriguez, Estefania, and Rodriguez-Lanetty, Mauricio. Examination of host-microbe interactions in early diverging metazoans, such as cnidarians, is of great interest from an evolutionary perspective to... PeerJ. Florida International University and American Museum of Natural History.
2015. Schregel, Julia, Eiken, Hans Geir, Grøndahl, Finn Audun, Hailer, Frank, Aspi, Jouni, Kojola, Ilpo, Tirronen, Konstantin, Danilov, Pjotr, Rykov, Alexander, Poroshin, Eugene, Janke, Axel, Swenson, Jon E., Hagen, Snorre B., and Danilov, Piotr. High-resolution, male-inherited Y-chromosomal markers are a useful tool for population genetic analyses of wildlife species, but to date have only ... Molecular Ecology. Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Cardiff University, University of Oulu, Natural Resources Institute, Institute of Biology, Institute of Biology; Komi Research Centre of the Russian Academy of Science; 016761 Syktvkar Russian Federation*, Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre, Goethe University Frankfurt, and Norwegian Institute for Nature Research.
2018. Pinotti, Thomaz, Revollo, Susana, Paz-y-Miño, Cézar, Fujita, Ricardo, Santos, Fabrício Rodrigues, Tyler-Smith, Chris, Kivisild, Toomas, Ayub, Qasim, Bergström, Anders, Xue, Yali, Cuellar, Cinthia, Ohasi, Dominique, Lacerda, Daniela R., Jota, Marilza S., Santos, José E., and Solli, Arne. The Americas were the last inhabitable continents to be occupied by humans, with a growing multidisciplinary consensus for entry 15-25 thousand yea... Current Biology. Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Universidad Mayor, Wellcome Sanger Institute, University of Cambridge, Monash University, and University of Bergen.
2014. Brooker, Rohan M., Munday, Philip L., Chivers, Douglas P., Jones, Geoffrey P., Brooker, R. M., Jones, G. P., Munday, P. L., and Chivers, D. P. The vast majority of research into the mechanisms of camouflage has focused on forms that confound visual perception. However, many organisms prima... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. James Cook University and University of Saskatchewan.
2019. Figueirido, Borja, Lautenschlager, Stephan, Perez-Ramos, Alejandro, and Van Valkenburgh, Blaire. Over the Cenozoic, large cat-like forms have convergently evolved into specialized killers of ‘megaherbivores’ that relied on their large, and late... Current Biology. University of Malaga, University of Birmingham, and University of California System.