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2021. Sun, Di. Cetaceans (whales, dolphins, and porpoises) have undergone a radical transformation from the typical terrestrial mammalian body plan to a streamlin... The American Naturalist. Nanjing Normal University.
2020. Lopez-Sepulcre, Andres, Bruneaux, Matthieu, Collins, Sarah Michelle, El-Sabaawi, Rana, Flecker, Alexander S, and Thomas, Steven A. Understanding how nutrients flow through food webs is central in ecosystem ecology. Tracer addition experiments are powerful tools to reconstruct n... The American Naturalist. Washington University in St. Louis, University of Jyväskylä, University of Wyoming, University of Victoria, Cornell University, and University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
2020. Eliason, Chad, McCullough, Jenna, Andersen, Michael, and Hackett, Shannon. Niche expansion is a critical step in the speciation process. Large brains linked to improved cognitive ability may enable species to expand their ... The American Naturalist. Field Museum of Natural History and University of New Mexico.
2020. Freeman, Ben, Scholer, Micah, Boehm, Mannfred, Heavyside, Julian, and Schluter, Dolph. Are rates of biotic interactions are stronger in the tropics? Here we investigate nest predation rates in birds, a canonical example of a strong tr... The American Naturalist. University of British Columbia.
2020. Simpson, Carl. Animals, fungi, and algae with complex multicellular bodies all evolved independently from unicellular ancestors. The early history of these major ... The American Naturalist. University of Colorado Boulder.
2021. Rodriguez, Rafael, Wood, Thomas, Stearns, Frank, Snyder, Robert, Tilmon, Kelley, Cast, Michael, Hunt, Randy, and Cocroft, Reginald. Students of speciation debate the role of performance trade-offs across different environments early in speciation. We tested for early performance... The American Naturalist. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, University of Delaware, Johns Hopkins University, State University of New York at Potsdam, The Ohio State University, Blue Ridge Community College, Indiana University Southeast, and University of Missouri.
2020. Delaney, David, Hoekstra, Luke, and Janzen, Fredric. Life-history theory predicts that investment into reproduction should increase as future reproductive opportunities (i.e., residual reproductive va... The American Naturalist. University of Colorado Boulder, Oklahoma State University, and Michigan State University.
2020. Fay, Rémi. Age-related variation in demographic performance is central for the understanding of population dynamics and evolutionary processes. Our understand... The American Naturalist. Swiss Ornithological Institute.
2019. Martinez Suarez, Juan Gabriel, Molina-Morales, Mercedes, Precioso, Marta, and Miguel Avilés, Jesus. When the strength or nature of a host -parasite interaction changes over the host life cycle, the consequences of parasitism can depend on host pop... The American Naturalist. University of Granada.
2021. Zhang, Hao, West, Joe, Zufall, Rebecca, and Azevedo, Ricardo. Sex appears to be the most successful reproductive strategy in eukaryotes despite its many costs.  While a complete explanation for sex's success r... The American Naturalist. University of Houston.