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2016. Segre, Paolo S., Dakin, Roslyn, Zordan, Victor B., Dickinson, Michael H., Straw, Andrew D., Altshuler, Douglas L., Dickinson, Michael H, Straw, Andrew D, Segre, Paolo S, Altshuler, Douglas L, and Zordan, Victor B. Despite recent advances in the study of animal flight, the biomechanical determinants of maneuverability are poorly understood. It is thought that ... eLife. University of British Columbia, University of California, Riverside, and California Institute of Technology.
2013. Piaggio, Antoinette J., Coghlan, Brett A., Miscampbell, Allyson E., Arjo, Wendy M., Ransome, Douglas B., and Ritland, Carol E. The family Aplodontiidae contains a single, monotypic extant genus, Aplodontia (mountain beaver), which was 1st described by Rafinesque in 1817. Ph... Journal of Mammalogy. Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, University of British Columbia, and British Columbia Institute of Technology.
2015. Barbour, Matthew A., Rodriguez-Cabal, Mariano A., Wu, Elizabeth T., Julkunen-Tiitto, Riitta, Ritland, Carol E., Miscampbell, Allyson E., Jules, Erik S., and Crutsinger, Gregory M. 1. Community genetics research has posited a genetic basis to the assembly of ecological communities. For arthropod herbivores in particular, there... Functional Ecology. University of British Columbia, National University of Comahue, Humboldt State University, and University of Eastern Finland.
2014. Sunday, Jennifer M., Popovic, Iva, Palen, Wendy J., Foreman, Michael G. G., Hart, Michael W., Sunday, J. M., Popovic, I., Palen, W. J., and Hart, M. W. Understanding the movement of genes and individuals across marine seascapes is a long-standing challenge in marine ecology, and can inform our unde... Molecular Ecology. University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, and Fisheries and Oceans Canada.
2016. Burge, Dylan O., Thorne, James H., Harrison, Susan P., O'Brien, Bart C., Rebman, Jon P., Shevock, James R., Alverson, Edward R., Hardison, Linda K., Delgadillo-Rodríguez, José, Junak, Steven A., Oberbauer, Thomas A., Riemann, Hugo, Vanderplank, Sula E., and Barry, Teri. The California Floristic Province (CFP) is an area of high biodiversity and endemism corresponding roughly to the portion of western North America ... Madroño. University of British Columbia, University of California, Davis, Regional Parks Botanic Garden, P.O. Box 5381, Oakland, CA 94605*, San Diego Natural History Museum, California Academy of Sciences, Oregon State University, Autonomous University of Baja California, Santa Barbara Botanic Garden, Aecom (United States), College of the Northern Border, and Botanical Research Institute of Texas.