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2020. Khalighinejad, Nima, Garrett, Neil, Priestley, Luke, Lockwood, Patricia, and Rushworth, Matthew FS. The decision that it is worth doing something rather than nothing is a core yet understudied feature of voluntary behaviour. Here we study “willing... Nature Communications. University of Oxford.
2. A large-scale assessment of plant dispersal mode and seed traits across human-modified Amazonian forests
2020. Hawes, Joseph, Vieira, Ima, Magnago, Luiz, Berenguer, Erika, Ferreira, Joice, Aragão, Luiz, Cardoso, Amanda, Lees, Alexander, Lennox, Gareth, Tobias, Joseph, Waldron, Anthony, and Barlow, Jos. 1. Quantifying the impact of habitat disturbance on ecosystem function is critical for understanding and predicting the future of tropical forests.... Journal of Ecology. Anglia Ruskin University, Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi, Federal University of Southern Bahia, University of Oxford, Universidade da Amazônia, University of Exeter, Manchester Metropolitan University, Lancaster University, Imperial College London, and National University of Singapore.
3. A novel method for using RNA-seq data to identify imprinted genes in social Hymenoptera with multiply mated queens
2020. Howe, Jack, Schiøtt, Morten, Li, Qiye, Wang, Zongji, Zhang, Guojie, and Boomsma, Jacobus. Genomic imprinting results in parent-of-origin dependent gene expression biased towards either the maternally- or paternally-derived allele at the ... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Oxford, University of Copenhagen, and Beijing Genomics Institute.
4. A reassessment of the enigmatic diapsid Paliguana whitei and the early history of Lepidosauromorpha
2021. Ford, David Paul, Evans, Susan, Choiniere, Jonah, Fernandez, Vincent, and Benson, Roger. Lepidosaurs include lizards, snakes, amphisbaenians and the tuatara, comprising a highly speciose evolutionary radiation with widely varying anatom... Proceedings of the Royal Society B. University of the Witwatersrand, University College London, Natural History Museum, and University of Oxford.
2021. Fabbri, Matteo, Navalón, Guillermo, Mongiardino Koch, Nicolás, Hanson, Michael, Petermann, Holger, and Bhullar, Bhart-Anjan. Sauropod dinosaurs include the largest terrestrial vertebrates that have ever lived. Virtually every part of the sauropod body is heavily modified ... Evolution. Yale University, University of Oxford, and Denver Museum of Nature and Science.
6. Across-species differences in pitch perception are consistent with differences in cochlear filtering
2019. Walker, Kerry M M, Gonzalez, Ray, Kang, Joe Z, McDermott, Josh H, and King, Andrew J. Pitch perception is critical for recognizing speech, music and animal vocalizations, but its neurobiological basis remains ... eLife. University of Oxford and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
2020. Brighton, Caroline. Aggregation can reduce an individual’s predation risk, by decreasing predator hunting efficiency or displacing predation onto others. Here we explo... Behavioral Ecology. University of Oxford.
2021. Quilodrán, Claudio, Currat, Mathias, and Montoya-Burgos, Juan. The Covid-19 outbreak has triggered a global crisis that is challenging governments, health systems and the scientific community worldwide. A centr... Science of the Total Environment. University of Oxford and University of Geneva.
9. An experimental test of community-based strategies for mitigating human-wildlife conflict around protected areas
2019. Long, Ryan, Branco, Paola, Merkle, Jerod, Pringle, Robert, King, Lucy, Tindall, Tosca, and Stalmans, Marc. Natural habitats are rapidly being converted to cultivated croplands, and crop-raiding by wildlife threatens both wildlife conservation and human l... University of Idaho, University of Wyoming, Princeton University, University of Oxford, and Parco Nazionale d'Abruzzo.
10. An interpolated biogeographic framework for tropical Africa using plant species distributions and the physical environment
2020. Marshall, Cicely, Wieringa, Jan, and Hawthorne, William. Aim: Existing phytogeographic frameworks for tropical Africa lack either spatial completeness, unit definitions smaller than the regional scale, or... Journal of Biogeography. University of Cambridge, Naturalis Biodiversity Center, and University of Oxford.