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Browsing Faculty Research Publications (Zoology) by Title

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  • Chouinard, Adam J. (Springer, 2012-05)
    In the competition to acquire mates, environmental factors can be important in determining the relative quality of an individual. These aspects of quality are often conveyed through signals used for mate assessment by th ...
  • O’Halloran, Lydia R.; Borer, Elizabeth T.; Seabloom, Eric W.; MacDougall, Andrew S.; Cleland, Elsa E.; McCulley, Rebecca L.; Hobbie, Sarah; Harpole, W. Stan; DeCrappeo, Nicole M.; Chu, Chengjin; Bakker, Jonathan D.; Davies, Kendi F.; Du, Guozhen; Firn, Jennifer; Hagenah, Nicole; Hofmockel, Kirsten S.; Knops, Johannes M. H.; Li, Wei; Melbourne, Brett A.; Morgan, John W.; Orrock, John L.; Prober, Suzanne M.; Stevens, Carly J. (Public Library of Science, 2013-02-06)
    Based on regional-scale studies, aboveground production and litter decomposition are thought to positively covary, because they are driven by shared biotic and climatic factors. Until now we have been unable to test whet ...
  • Detournay, Olivier; Schnitzler, Christine E.; Poole, Angela; Weis, Virginia M. (Elsevier, 2012-12)
    Animals must manage interactions with beneficial as well as detrimental microbes. Immunity therefore includes strategies for both resistance to and tolerance of microbial invaders. Transforming growth factor beta (TGFβ) ...
  • Long, Dani M.; Blake, Matthew R.; Dutta, Sudeshna; Kotwica-Rolinska, Joanna; Giebultowicz, Jadwiga M.; et al. (Public Library of Science, 2014-08-29)
    Circadian clocks coordinate physiological, neurological, and behavioral functions into circa 24 hour rhythms, and the molecular mechanisms underlying circadian clock oscillations are conserved from Drosophila to humans. ...
  • Grace, James B.; Adler, Peter B.; Seabloom, Eric W.; Borer, Elizabeth T.; Hillebrand, Helmut; Hautier, Yann; Hector, Andy; Harpole, W. Stanley; O'Halloran, Lydia R.; Anderson, T. Michael; Bakker, Jonathan D.; Brown, Cynthia S.; Buckley, Yvonne M.; Collins, Scott L.; Cottingham, Kathryn L.; Crawley, Michael J.; Damschen, Ellen I.; Davies, Kendi F.; DeCrappeo, Nicole M.; Fay, Philip A.; Firn, Jennifer; Gruner, Daniel S.; Hagenah, Nicole; Jin, Virginia L.; Kirkman, Kevin P.; Knops, Johannes M. H.; La Pierre, Kimberly J.; Lambrinos, John G.; Melbourne, Brett A.; Mitchell, Charles E.; Moore, Joslin L.; Morgan, John W.; Orrock, John L.; Prober, Suzanne M.; Stevens, Carly J.; Wragg, Peter D.; Yang, Louie H. (American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2012-03-23)
    Pan et al. claim that our results actually support a strong linear positive relationship between productivity and richness, whereas Fridley et al. contend that the data support a strong humped relationship. These respons ...
  • Fenberg, Phillip B.; Caselle, Jennifer E.; Claudet, Joachim; Clemence, Michaela; Gaines, Steven D.; Garcia-Charton, Jose Antonio; Goncalves, Emanuel J.; Grorud-Colvert, Kirsten; Guidetti, Paolo; Jenkins, Stuart R.; Jones, Peter J. S.; Lester, Sarah E.; McAllen, Rob; Moland, Even; Planes, Serge; Sorensen, Thomas K. (Elsevier, 2012-09)
    The ecologically and socio-economically important marine ecosystems of Europe are facing severe threats from a variety of human impacts. To mitigate and potentially reverse some of these impacts, the European Union (EU) ...
  • Ruckelshaus, M.; Doney, S.C.; Galindo, H.M.; Barry, J.P.; Chan, F.; Duffy, J.E.; English, C.A.; Gaines, S.D.; Grebmeier, J.M.; Hollowed, A.B.; Knowlton, N.; Polovina, J.; Rabalais, N.N.; Sydeman, W.J.; Talley, L.D. (Elsevier, 2013-01-15)
    Benefits humans rely on from the ocean - marine ecosystem services - are increasingly vulnerable under future climate. This paper reviews how three valued services have, and will continue to, shift under climate change: ...
  • Brandt, Angela J.; Seabloom, Eric W. (Ecological Society of America, 2012-06)
    The effects of exotic species invasions on biodiversity vary with spatial scale, and documentation of local-scale changes in biodiversity following invasion is generally lacking. Coupling long-term observations of local ...
  • Clark, Katie A.; Howe, Dana K.; Gafner, Kristin; Kusuma, Danika; Ping, Sita; Estes, Suzanne; Denver, Dee R. (Public Library of Science, 2012-07-31)
    Selfish DNA poses a significant challenge to genome stability and organismal fitness in diverse eukaryotic lineages. Although selfish mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) has known associations with cytoplasmic male sterility in nu ...
  • Bogan, Michael T.; Lytle, David A. (Wiley-Blackwell, 2011-10)
    1. Ecological communities can be relatively stable for long periods of time, and then, often as a result of disturbance, transition rapidly to a novel state. When communities fail to recover to pre-disturbance configurat ...
  • Friesen, Christopher R.; Uhrig, Emily J.; Squire, Mattie K.; Mason, Robert T.; Brennan, Patricia L. R. (The Royal Society, 2014-01)
    Sexual conflict over mating can result in sex specific morphologies and behaviors that allow each sex to exert control over the outcome of reproduction. Genital traits, in particular, are often directly involved in con ...
  • Charnov, Eric L.; Hannah, Robert W. (Evolutionary Ecology, Ltd., 2002)
    Long-term data sets that quantitatively confirm basic ecological theory are rare for field populations. Highly variable recruitment often causes wide temporal variation in population age distribution and basic theory f ...
  • Poinar, George, Jr. (Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde Stuttgart, 2011-12-30)
    Silica bodies in short cell epidermal leaf cells of the Early Cretaceous Programinis laminatus (Poales) in Burmese amber are characterized. The great majority are rondels and elongated quadrates aligned horizontally in r ...
  • Latham, Kristin L.; Liu, Ying-Show; Taylor, Barbara J. (BioMed Central Ltd, 2013-05-21)
    Background: In Drosophila, male flies require the expression of the male-specific Fruitless protein (FRU[superscript M]) within the developing pupal and adult nervous system in order to produce male courtship and copula ...
  • Poinar, George, Jr. (Taylor & Francis, 2014-08)
    A new genus and species of Snail-killing flies, Dominimyza tanyacaena, n. gen., n. sp. (Diptera: Sciomyzidae) is described from Dominican amber. Diagnostic characters for Dominimyza include a propleuron with a strong bri ...
  • Poinar, George, Jr. (Taylor & Francis, 2013-02-01)
    A new genus and species of chrysomeline, Stenaspidiotus microptilus, n. gen., n. sp., (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Chrysomelinae) is described from Dominican amber. Diagnostic characters include an elongate, flattened bod ...
  • Boucot, Arthur J.; Blodgett, Robert B.; Rohr, David M. (Czech Geological Survey, 2012-03)
    The atrypid brachiopod Strophatrypa skaflestadi gen. et sp. nov. occurs in unnamed upper Silurian strata exposed near the town of Hoonah on northeast Chichagof Island, Southeast Alaska. The new genus represents the firs ...
  • Tinker, M. Tim; Guimaraes, Paulo R. Jr.; Novak, Mark; Marquitti, Flavia Maria Darcie; Bodkin, James L.; Staedler, Michelle; Bentall, Gena; Estes, James A. (Wiley-Blackwell, 2012-05)
    Studies of consumer-resource interactions suggest that individual diet specialisation is empirically widespread and theoretically important to the organisation and dynamics of populations and communities. We used weighte ...
  • Dentzien-Dias, Paula C.; Poinar, George Jr.; de Figueiredo, Ana Emilia Q.; Pacheco, Ana Carolina L.; Horn, Bruno L. D.; Schultz, Cesar L. (Public Library of Science, 2013-01-30)
    Remains of parasites in vertebrates are rare from the Mesozoic and Paleozoic. Once most parasites that live in - or pass through - the gastrointestinal tract of vertebrates, fossil feces (coprolites) or even intestinal c ...
  • Dentzien-Dias, Paula C.; Poinar, George Jr.; de Figueiredo, Ana Emilia Q.; Pacheco, Ana Carolina L.; Horn, Bruno L. D.; Schultz, Cesar L. (Public Library of Science, 2013-01-30)
    Remains of parasites in vertebrates are rare from the Mesozoic and Paleozoic. Once most parasites that live in - or pass through - the gastrointestinal tract of vertebrates, fossil feces (coprolites) or even intestinal c ...

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