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2016. Havill, Nathan P., Shiyake, Shigehiko, Lamb Galloway, Ashley, Foottit, Robert G., Yu, Guoyue, Paradis, Annnie, Elkinton, Joseph, Montgomery, Michael E., Sano, Masakazu, Caccone, Adalgisa, and Paradis, Annie. Hemlock woolly adelgid, Adelges tsugae, is an invasive pest of hemlock trees (Tsuga) in eastern North America. We used 14 microsatellites and mitoc... Molecular Ecology. United States Department of Agriculture, Osaka Museum of Natural History, Virginia Tech, Northern Research Station, Hokkaido University, Yale University, and University of Massachusetts Amherst.
2020. Bianconi, Matheus, Dunning, Luke, Curran, Emma, Hidalgo, Oriane, Powell, Robyn, Mian, Sahr, Leitch, Ilia, Lundgren, Marjorie, Manzi, Sophie, Vorontsova, Maria, Besnard, Guillaume, Osborne, Colin, Olofsson, Jill, and Christin, Pascal-Antoine. C4 photosynthesis evolved multiple times independently in angiosperms, but most origins are relatively old so that the early events linked to photo... Proceedings of the Royal Society B. University of Sheffield, Universitat de Barcelona*, Royal Botanic Gardens, Lancaster University, Université de Toulouse III – Paul Sabatier*, and University of Copenhagen.
2018. Kim, Jae Hwan, Kang, Ji Hyoun, Jang, Ji Eun, Choi, Sun Kyeong, Kim, Min Ji, Park, Sang Rul, and Lee, Hyuk Je. Seagrasses provide numerous ecosystem services for coastal and estuarine environments, such as nursery functions, erosion protection, pollution fil... PLOS ONE. Sangji University, Korea University, and Jeju National University.
2014. Wachter, Gregor, Schlick-Steiner, Birgit, Steiner, Florian, and Arthofer, Wolfgang. Harvestmen or daddy longlegs (Opiliones) are the third-largest and one of the oldest arachnid groups, and in recent years, there has been an increa... Molecular Ecology Resources. University of Innsbruck and Queensland University of Technology.
2019. Lycett, Samantha J., Duchatel, Florian, and Digard, Paul. In 1918, a strain of influenza A virus caused a human pandemic resulting in the deaths of 50 million people. A century later, with the advent of se... Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. Roslin Institute.