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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.
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.
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.
2021. Sendell-Price, Ashley, Ruegg, Kristen, Robertson, Bruce, and Clegg, Sonya. When populations colonise new areas, both strong selection and strong drift can be experienced due to novel environments and small founding populat... Molecular Ecology. University of Oxford, Colorado State University, and University of Otago.
2020. Sinka, Marianne, Pironon, Samuel, Massey, Nicola, Longbottom, Joshua, Hemingway, Janet, Moyes, Catherine, and Willis, Katherine. In 2012, an unusual outbreak of malaria occurred in Djibouti City followed by increasingly severe annual outbreaks. Investigations revealed the pre... Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. University of Oxford, Royal Botanic Gardens, and Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine.
2020. King, Timothy. 1. In many grasslands, some ants act as ecological engineers to produce long-lasting soil structures which have a considerable influence on the pat... Ecological Solutions and Evidence. University of Oxford.
2020. Rocca, Maria A, Valsasina, Paola, Meani, Alessandro, Gobbi, Claudio, Zecca, Chiara, Rovira, Alex, Sastre-Garriga, Jaume, Kearney, Hugh, Ciccarelli, Olga, Matthews, Lucy, Palace, Jacqueline, Gallo, Antonio, Bisecco, Alvino, Lukas, Carsten, Bellenberg, Barbara, Barkhof, Frederik, Vrenken, Hugo, Preziosa, Paolo, and Filippi, Massimo. Objectives. Grey matter (GM) involvement is clinically relevant in multiple sclerosis (MS). Using source-based morphometry (SBM), we characterized ... Neurology. San Raffaele Hospital, Neurocenter of Southern Switzerland*, Hospital Universitari Vall d'Hebron, University College London, University of Oxford, Second University of Naples, Ruhr University Bochum, and Amsterdam UMC*.
2020. Wang, Linbo, Cheng, Wei, Rolls, Edmund T., Dai, Fuli, Gong, Weikang, Du, Jingnan, Zhang, Wei, Wang, Shouyan, Liu, Fengtao, Wang, Jian, Brown, Peter, and Feng, Jianfeng. Objective To identify biotypes in newly diagnosed Parkinson’s disease patients and test whether these biotypes could explain inter-individual d... Neurology. Fudan University, University of Warwick, and University of Oxford.
2020. Field, Elsa, Castagneyrol, Bastien, Gibbs, Melanie, Jactel, Hervé, Barsoum, Nadia, Schonrogge, Karsten, and Hector, Andrew. Tree health declines can be caused by interactions between pests and pathogens and many studies have shown a reduction in their damage in mixed spe... Journal of Ecology. University of Oxford, French National Institute for Agricultural Research, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, and Forest Research.