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  • Christie, Mark R.; Tennessen, Jacob A.; Blouin, Michael S. (Oxford University Press, 2013-03-15)
    Motivation: The goal of any parentage analysis is to identify as many parent-offspring relationships as possible, while minimizing incorrect assignments. Existing methods can achieve these ends, but require additional in ...
  • Poinar, George, Jr.; Legalov, Andrei A. (Taylor & Francis, 2014-08)
    A new genus and species, Bicalcasura maculata gen. n., sp. n. (Coleoptera: Curculionoidea: Dryophthoridae) is described from Dominican amber as the first fossil member of the Tribe Diocalandrini. The new genus is charact ...
  • Poinar, George, Jr. (Elsevier, 2014-03)
    Nitula baltica sp. nov. and Cyathus dominicanus sp. nov. are described from Cenozoic Baltic and Dominican amber. These are the first fossil members of the Family Nidulariaceae and show that the basic characteristics of ...
  • Baer, Adela S., 1931- (2009)
    This bibliography contains over 1,000 references on health issues in Borneo, organized under 18 topical headings. These reports relate to the past and present health of all the large ethnic groups on the island but few o ...
  • Datry, T.; Larned, S. T.; Fritz, K. M.; Bogan, M. T.; Wood, P. J.; Meyer, E. I.; Santos, A. N. (John Wiley & Sons Ltd., 2014-01)
    Temporary rivers are increasingly common freshwater ecosystems, but there have been no global syntheses of their community patterns. In this study, we examined the responses of aquatic invertebrate communities to flow i ...
  • Jordan, Tuajuanda C.; Burnett, Sandra H.; Carson, Susan; Caruso, Steven M.; Clase, Kari; DeJong, Randall J.; Dennehy, John J.; Denver, Dee R.; Dunbar, David; Elgin, Sarah C. R.; Findley, Ann M.; Gissendanner, Chris R.; Golebiewska, Urszula P.; Guild, Nancy; Hartzog, Grant A.; Grillo, Wendy H.; Hollowell, Gail P.; Hughes, Lee E.; Johnson, Allison; King, Rodney A.; Lewis, Lynn O.; Li, Wei; Rosenzweig, Frank; Rubin, Michael R.; Saha, Margaret S.; Sandoz, James; Shaffer, Christopher D.; Taylor, Barbara; Temple, Louise; Vazquez, Edwin; Ware, Vassie C.; Barker, Lucia P.; Bradley, Kevin W.; Jacobs-Sera, Deborah; Pope, Welkin H.; Russell, Daniel A.; Cresawn, Steven G.; Lopatto, David; Bailey, Cheryl P.; Hatfull, Graham F. (American Society for Microbiology, 2014-02-04)
    Engaging large numbers of undergraduates in authentic scientific discovery is desirable but difficult to achieve. We have developed a general model in which faculty and teaching assistants from diverse academic institut ...
  • Kim, Choong-Ki; Toft, Jodie E.; Papenfus, Michael; Verutes, Gregory; Guerry, Anne D.; Ruckelshaus, Marry H.; Arkema, Katie K.; Guannel, Gregory; Wood, Spencer A.; Bernhardt, Joanna R.; Tallis, Heather; Plummer, Mark L.; Halpern, Benjamin S.; Pinsky, Malin L.; Beck, Michael W.; Chan, Francis; Chan, Kai M. A.; Levin, Phil S.; Polasky, Stephen (Public Library of Science, 2012-11-07)
    Many hope that ocean waves will be a source for clean, safe, reliable and affordable energy, yet wave energy conversion facilities may affect marine ecosystems through a variety of mechanisms, including competition with ...
  • Davy, Simon K.; Allemand, Denis; Weis, Virginia M. (American Society For Microbiology, 2012-06)
    No abstract available.
  • Krishnan, Natraj; Kretzchmar, Doris; Rakshit, Kuntol; Chow, Eileen; Giebultowicz, Jadwiga M. (Impact Journals, 2009-11-19)
    There is increasing evidence that aging is affected by biological (circadian) clocks – the internal mechanisms that coordinate daily changes in gene expression, physiological functions and behavior with external day/nigh ...
  • Beaver, Laura M.; Klichko, Vladimir I.; Chow, Eileen S.; Kotwica-Rolinska, Joanna; Williamson, Marisa; Orr, William C.; Radyuk, Svetlana N.; Giebultowicz, Jadwiga M. (Public Library of Science, 2012-11-30)
    Circadian clocks generate daily rhythms in neuronal, physiological, and metabolic functions. Previous studies in mammals reported daily fluctuations in levels of the major endogenous antioxidant, glutathione (GSH), but t ...
  • Doney, Scott C.; Ruckelshaus, Mary; Duffy, J. Emmett; Barry, James P.; Chan, Francis; English, Chad A.; Galindo, Heather M.; Grebmeier, Jacqueline M.; Hollowed, Anne B.; Knowlton, Nancy; Polovina, Jeffrey; Rabalais, Nancy N.; Sydeman, William J.; Talley, Lynne D. (Annual Reviews, 2011-08-25)
    In marine ecosystems, rising atmospheric CO2 and climate change are associated with concurrent shifts in temperature, circulation, stratification, nutrient input, oxygen content, and ocean acidification, with potential ...
  • Liebherr, James K.; Maddison, David R. (CSIRO (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation) Publishing, 2013)
    Bembidion (Sloanephila) tahitiense, sp. nov., is described from Mont Mauru, an isolated massif of Tahiti Nui volcano. Based upon evidence from seven genes (four nuclear protein-coding, one mitochondrial protein-coding, t ...
  • Preston, Daniel L.; Henderson, Jeremy S. (Ecological Society of America, 2012-06)
    With many ecosystems now supporting multiple nonnative species from different trophic levels, it can be challenging to disentangle the net effects of invaders within a community context. Here, we combined wetland surveys ...
  • Cure, Katherine; Benkwitt, Cassandra E.; Kindinger, Tye L.; Pickering, Emily A.; Pusack, Timothy J.; McIlwain, Jennifer L.; Hixon, Mark A. (Inter-Research, 2012-10-25)
    Pacific red lionfish Pterois volitans have invaded Atlantic reefs and reached much greater population densities than on native reefs. We hypothesized that lionfish on invaded reefs would (1) experience higher kill rates ...
  • Eerkes-Medrano, Dafne; Menge, Bruce A.; Sislak, Christine; Langdon, Christopher J. (Inter-Research, 2013-03)
    Hypoxia is increasing in coastal zones worldwide, with acute effects on demersal fish and benthic invertebrate communities in shallow coastal and estuarine habitats. Less studied are the effects of hypoxia on planktonic ...
  • Hixon, Mark A.; Anderson, Todd W.; Buch, Kevin L.; Johnson, Darren W.; McLeod, J. Brock; Stallings, Christopher D. (Ecological Society of America, 2012-11)
    dependence and regulation of relatively large local populations? If so, what are the causative mechanisms and their implications? We conducted an eight-year multigeneration study of population dynamics of bicolor damself ...
  • Wagner, Eric; Dumbauld, Brett R.; Hacker, Sally D.; Trimble, Alan C.; Wisehart, Lorena M.; Ruesink, Jennifer L. (Inter-Research, 2012-11-14)
    Seagrasses and bivalves co-occur worldwide, and each plays a role in the structure, function, and services of coastal ecosystems. While seagrasses are declining, bivalve aquaculture is expanding, and impacts from culture ...
  • Benkwitt, Cassandra E. (Public Library of Science, 2013-06-25)
    Direct demographic density dependence is necessary for population regulation and is a central concept in ecology, yet has not been studied in many invasive species, including any invasive marine fish. The red lionfish (P ...
  • Gouhier, Tarik C.; Guichard, Frederic; Menge, Bruce A. (Ecological Society of America, 2013-09)
    The proliferation of efficient fishing practices has promoted the depletion of commercial stocks around the world and caused significant collateral damage to marine habitats. Recent empirical studies have shown that ma ...

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