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2020. Prince, Kimberly. Studies evaluating the mechanisms underpinning the biomagnification of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), a globally prevalent group of regulated pe... Environmental Science & Technology. University of Florida.
2020. Knight, Nicole, Guichard, Frederic, and Altieri, Andrew. Aim: The temperature constraint hypothesis proposes that marine herbivorous fishes are rare at high latitudes relative to carnivorous fishes becaus... Global Ecology and Biogeography. McGill University and University of Florida.
3. A multi-state occupancy modeling framework for robust estimation of disease prevalence in multi-tissue disease systems
2020. Chaudhary, Vratika, Wisely, Samantha M., Hernández, Felipe A., Hines, James E., Nichols, James D., and Oli, Madan K. 1. Given the public health, economic, and conservation implications of zoonotic diseases, their effective surveillance is of paramount importance. ... Journal of Applied Ecology. University of Florida, University Austral de Chile, and United States Geological Survey.
4. A new target capture phylogeny elucidates the systematics and evolution of wing coupling in sack‐bearer moths
2020. St Laurent, Ryan, Mielke, Carlos G. C., Herbin, Daniel, Dexter, Kelly M., and Kawahara, Akito Y. The frenulum is a wing coupling structure that is found on the wings of most families of Lepidoptera. It is a single bristle or set of bristles tha... Systematic Entomology. University of Florida and National Museum of Natural History.
5. A reassessment of the little-known Amazonian fern Diplazium praestans based on molecular and morphological evidence
2021. Testo, Weston, Riibe, Lindsey, Sundue, Michael, and Sessa, Emily. Family- and genus-level circumscription of ferns in the suborder Aspleniineae (eupolypods II) has long been controversial, due in part to confusion... Systematic Botany. University of Florida and University of Vermont.
2020. Breinholt, Jesse W., Carey, Sarah B., Tiley, George P., Davis, E. Christine, Endara, Lorena, McDaniel, Stuart F., Neves, Leandro, Sessa, Emily B., von Konrat, Matt, Fawcett, Susan, Ickert-Bond, Stefanie M., Labiak, Paulo H., Larraín, Juan, Lehnert, Marcus, Lewis, Lily R., Nagalingum, Nathalie S., Patel, Nikisha, Rensing, Stefan A., Testo, Weston, Vasco, Alejandra, Villarreal, Juan Carlos, Williams, Evelyn Webb, Burleigh, J. Gordon, Chantanaorrapint, Sahut, Neves, Leandro G., Konrat, Matt, and Ickert‐Bond, Stefanie M. Premise of the Study: New sequencing technologies enable the possibility of generating large-scale molecular datasets for constructing the plant tr... Applications in Plant Sciences. RAPiD Genomics*, University of Florida, Duke University, Field Museum of Natural History, University of Vermont, University of Alaska System, Federal University of Paraná, Pontificial Catholic University of Valparaiso, Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, California Academy of Sciences, University of Connecticut, Philipp University of Marburg, Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Université Laval, Chicago Botanic Garden*, Prince of Songkla University, Gainesville Obstetrics & Gynecology, and University of Alaska Fairbanks.
7. A two-tier bioinformatic pipeline to develop probes for target capture of nuclear loci with applications in Melastomataceae
2019. Jantzen, Johanna, Amarasinghe, Prabha, Folk, Ryan, Reginato, Marcelo, Michelangeli, Fabian, Soltis, Douglas, Cellinese, Nico, and Soltis, Pamela. Premise of the study: Putatively single-copy nuclear (SCN) loci, identified using genomic resources of closely related species, are ideal for phylo... University of Florida, Mississippi State University, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, New York Botanical Garden, and Florida Museum of Natural History.
8. Adaptations to light contribute to the ecological niches and evolution of the terrestrial avifauna
2021. Ausprey, Ian. The role of light in structuring the ecological niche remains a frontier in understanding how vertebrate communities assemble and respond to global... Proceedings of the Royal Society B. University of Florida.
2019. Kim, Seungbum. Pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) is considered a disease of the pulmonary vasculature. Limited progress has been made in preventing or arresti... University of Florida.
2020. Vickers, Michael, Heisey, Madison, and Taylor, Lisa. A key challenge for generalist predators is avoiding toxins in prey. Species-specific strategies range from total avoidance of distasteful (and pot... Journal of Arachnology. University of Florida.