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2015. Rudman, Seth M., Rodriguez-Cabal, Mariano A., Stier, Adrian, Sato, Takuya, Heavyside, Julian, El-Sabaawi, Rana W., and Crutsinger, Gregory M. Research in eco-evolutionary dynamics and community genetics has demonstrated that variation within a species can have strong impacts on associated... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. University of British Columbia, National University of Comahue, Nara Women's University, and University of Victoria.
2014. Pamenter, Matthew E., Dzal, Yvonne A., Milsom, William K., Dzal, Y. A., Milsom, W. K., and Pamenter, M. E. Naked mole rats are the most hypoxia-tolerant mammals identified; however, the mechanisms underlying this tolerance are poorly understood. Using wh... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. University of British Columbia.
2017. Van Den Elzen, Courtney L., Kleynhans, Elizabeth J., and Otto, Sarah P. Interspecific competition can strongly influence the evolutionary response of a species to a changing environment, impacting the chance that the sp... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. University of Colorado Boulder and University of British Columbia.
2018. LeBlanc, Aaron R.H., Brink, Kirstin S., Whitney, Megan R., Abdala, Fernando, Reisz, Robert R., and LeBlanc, Aaron R. H. The mammalian dentition is uniquely characterized by a combination of precise occlusion, permanent adult teeth, and a unique tooth attachment syste... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. University of Toronto, University of British Columbia, University of Washington, University of the Witwatersrand, and University of Alberta.
2017. Pollock, Henry S., Martinez, Ari E., Kelley, J.P., Touchton, Janeene M., Tarwater, Corey E., and Kelley, J. Patrick. Animals eavesdrop on other species to obtain information about their environments. Heterospecific eavesdropping can yield tangible fitness benefits... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, San Francisco State University, University of Wyoming, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, and University of British Columbia.
2014. Muñoz, Nicolas J., Anttila, Katja, Chen, Zhongqi, Heath, John W., Farrell, Anthony P., Neff, Bryan D., Anttila, K., Chen, Z., Farrell, A. P., Munoz, N. J., and Neff, B. D. With global temperatures projected to surpass the limits of thermal tolerance for many species, evaluating the heritable variation underlying therm... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. Western University, University of British Columbia, and Yellow Island Aquaculture Limited, Heriot Bay, British Columbia, Canada*.
2018. Ardiel, Evan L., McDiarmid, Troy A., Timbers, Tiffany A., Lee, Kirsten C.Y., Safaei, Javad, Pelech, Steven L., Rankin, Catharine H., and Lee, Kirsten C. Y. Habituation is a ubiquitous form of non-associative learning observed as a decrement in responding to repeated stimulation that cannot be explained... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. University of British Columbia.