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2021. Danusevicius, Darius. Genetic signature of the natural genepool of Tilia cordata Mill. in Lithuania: compound evolutionary and anthropogenic effects Tilia cordata Mil... Ecology and Evolution. Vytautas Magnus University.
2. A brain and a head for a different habitat: size variation in four morphs of Arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus (L.)) in a deep oligotrophic lake
2020. Peris, Ana, Devineau, Olivier, Præbel, Kim, Kahilainen, Kimmo K., and Østbye, Kjartan. Adaptive radiation is the diversification of species to different ecological niches and has repeatedly occurred in different salmonid fish of postg... Ecology and Evolution. Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, The Arctic University of Norway, and University of Helsinki.
2021. Race, Alexandra, De Jesus, Maria, Beltran, Roxanne, and Zavaleta, Erika. The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted many standard approaches to STEM education. Particularly impacted were field courses, which rely on specific na... Ecology and Evolution. University of California, Santa Cruz and Florida State University.
4. A deep dive into fat: Investigating blubber lipidomics fingerprint of killer whales and humpback whales in northern Norway
2021. Bories, Pierre, Rikardsen, Audun, Leonards, Pim, Fisk, Aaron, Tartu, Sabrina, Vogel, Emma, Bytingsvik, Jenny, and Blevin, Pierre. In cetaceans, blubber is the primary and largest lipid body reservoir. Our current understanding about lipid stores and uses in cetaceans is still ... Ecology and Evolution. Norwegian Institute for Water Research, The Arctic University of Norway, VU University Amsterdam, University of Windsor, and Centre d'Etudes Biologiques de Chizé.
2021. Arismendi, Ivan, Bury, Gwen, Zatkos, Lauren, and Snyder, Jeff. Traditional methods to measure body lengths of aquatic vertebrates rely on anesthetics, and extended handling times. These procedures can increase ... Ecology and Evolution. Oregon State University, ORISE*, and Western Oregon University.
6. A modified niche model for generating food webs with stage-structured consumers: The stabilizing effects of life-history stages on complex food webs
2021. Nonaka, Etsuko and Kuparinen, Anna. 1. Almost all organisms grow in size during their lifetime and switch diets, trophic positions, and interacting partners as they grow. Such ontogen... Ecology and Evolution. University of Jyväskylä.
7. A molecular phylogeny of historical and contemporary specimens of an under-studied micro-invertebrate group
2020. Orr, Russell, Sannum, Maja, Boessenkool, Sanne, Di Martino, Emanuela, Gordon, Dennis, Mello, Hannah, Obst, Matthias, Ramsfjell, Mali, Smith, Abigail, and Liow, Lee-Hsiang. Resolution of relationships at lower taxonomic levels is crucial for answering many evolutionary questions, and as such, sufficiently varied specie... Ecology and Evolution. University of Oslo, National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research, University of Otago, and University of Gothenburg.
2020. Schindler, Alexander, Haukos, David, Hagen, Christian, and Ross, Beth. Loss and degradation of grasslands in the Great Plains region has resulted in major declines in abundance of grassland bird species. To ensure futu... Ecology and Evolution. Clemson University, United States Geological Survey, and Oregon State University.
2020. Roquer-Beni, Laura, Bosch, Jordi, Rodrigo, Anselm, Arnan, Xavier, Klein, Alexandra-Maria, Fornhoff, Felix, and Boreux, Virginie. 1. Hairiness is a salient trait of insect pollinators that has been linked to thermoregulation, pollen uptake and transportation, and pollination s... Ecology and Evolution. Centre for Research on Ecology and Forestry Applications and CREAF*.
10. A practical introduction to sequentially Markovian coalescent methods for estimating demographic history from genomic data
2020. Mather, Niklas, Ho, Simon, and Traves, Samuel. A common goal of population genomics and molecular ecology is to reconstruct the demographic history of a species of interest. A pair of powerful t... Ecology and Evolution. University of Sydney and University of Surrey.