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  1. Crickenberger, S., A.E. Cahill, R.N. Crim, RL Selden. submitted. Dispersal limitation and post-settlement performance of an introduced ascidian (Botrylloides violaceus) in the San Juan Islands, WA. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology
  2. Davis, B. H., A.Y. Poon, M.C. Whitlock. submitted. Compensatory mutations cluster in gene sequence. Proceedings of the Royal Society. B.
  3. Krahn, M.M., Herman, D.P., Matkin, C.O., Durban, J.W., Barrett-Lennard, L.G., Burrows, D.G., Dalheim, M.E., Black, N., LeDuc, R.G., Wade, P.R. subm. Use of chemical profiles in assessing the feeding ecology of eastern North Pacific killer whales. Marine Environmental Research
  4. Barrett-Lennard, L.G., Heise, K. in press. The Natural History and Ecology of Killer Whales: Foraging Specialization in a Generalist Predator. Whales, whaling and ocean ecosystems University of California Press, Berkely, C.A
  5. Brown, N.E. Mitchell, S.C. and Garbary, D.J. In Press. Host selection by larvae of the marine insect Halocladius variabilis (Staeger): nutritional dependency or escape from predation? Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the U.K
  6. Chan, K. M. A., and T. Satterfield. In press. Justice, equity, and biodiversity. Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, 2nd ed. Elsevier Inc., San Diego, CA 12 pp
  7. Goheen, J.R., T.P. Young, F. Keesing, and T.M. Palmer. in press. Consequences of herbivory by native ungulates for the reproduction of a savanna tree. Journal of Ecology
  8. Hammill, E., O. L. Petchey and B. R. Anholt. In press. Predator functional response changed by induced defenses in prey. American Naturalist
  9. Harley, C. D. G., K. Anderson, K. W. Demes, J. P. Jorve, R. L. Kordas, T. Coyle and M. H. Graham. In press. Effects of climate change on global seaweed communities. Journal of Phycology
  10. Hughes, A. R., and K. E. Lotterhos. in press. Genotypic diversity at multiple spatial scales in the foundation marsh species, Spartina alterniflora . Marine Ecology Progress Series
  11. Le Gac, M., Doebeli, M. in press. Epistasis and frequency dependence influence the fitness of an adaptive mutation in a diversifying lineage. Molecular Ecology
  12. Lotterhos, K. E., S. J. Dick and D. R. Haggarty. in press. Evaluation of Rockfish Conservation Area networks in the US and Canada relative to the dispersal distance for black rockfish (Sebastes melanops<\em>). Evolutionary Applications
  13. Matkin, C.O., Barrett-Lennard, L.G., Yurk, H., Ellifrit, D, Trites, A.W. in press. Ecotypic Variation and Predatory Behavior of Killer Whales in the Eastern Aleutian Islands, Alaska. Fisheries Bulletin
  14. Naman, S.M., C.M. Greene, C.A. Rice, J. Chamberlin, L. Conway-Cranos, J.A. Cordell, J.E. Hall, L.D. Rhodes. In Press. Stable isotope-based trophic structure of pelagic fish and jellyfish across natural and anthropogenic landscape gradients in a fjord estuary. Ecology and Evolution
  15. Naman, S.M., J.S. Rosenfeld, J.S. Richardson. In Press. Causes and consequences of invertebrate drift in running waters: from individuals to populations and trophic fluxes. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
  16. Oyafuso, Z.S., A.E. Baxter, J.E. Hall, S.M. Naman, C.M. Greene, L.D. Rhodes.. In press. Widespread detection of human-and ruminant-origin Bacteroidales markers in subtidal waters of the Salish Sea in Washington State. Journal of Water and Health
  17. Porteus, C.S., D.L. Brink, E.H. Coolidge, A.Y. Fong, W.K. Milsom. In Press. Distribution of acetylcholine and catecholamines in fish gills and their potential roles in the hypoxic ventilatory response. Acta Histochemica
  18. Porteus, C.S., D.L. Brink, W.K. Milsom. In Press. Neurotransmitter profiles in fish gills: Putative gill oxygen chemoreceptors. Respiratory Physiology & Neurobiology
  19. S.S.Y. Huang, A.N. Oo, D.A. Higgs, C.J. Brauner, and S. Satoh. in press. Effect of dietary canola oil level on the growth performance and fatty acid composition of juvenile red sea bream, Pagrus major. Aquaculture
  20. Selgrath, J.C., Peterson, G. Thyresson, M., Nyström, M. and S. Gergel.. In Press. Regime Shifts and Spatial Resilience in coral reefs: A Social-Ecological Systems Approach. In Learning Landscape Ecology: A Practical Guide to Concepts and Techniques (2nd Edition) Springer-Verlag, New York.
  21. Swihart, R.K., J.R. Goheen, S.A. Schnelker, and C.E Rizkalla. in press. Testing the generality of patch and landscape-level predictors of tree squirrel occurrence at a regional scale. Journal of Mammalogy
  22. Davis, B.H.. in prep. Mutational meltdown and environmental stochasticity interact to cause rapid extinction of small populations.
  23. Davis, B.H. A. Peters, M.C. Whitlock, S. Rogers. in prep. Rapid fitness recovery in gene knockout lines of Caenorhabditis elegans.
  24. Vaughan MLH, Harley CDG. In Prep. Nonconsumptive effects of a predatory sea star on red sea urchins (Strongylocentrotus franciscanus) under acidified conditions. Global Change Biology
  25. Ahrens, R.N.M. and Devlin, R.H.. Accepted. Background-genotype effects on transgenes in populations: A growth-enhanced salmon simulation. Transgenic Research
  26. Fredrickson, K., S. Strom, R. Crim, K. Coyne. accepted. Inter-strain variability in physiology and genetics of Heterosigma akashiwo (Raphidophyceae) from the west coast of North America. Journal of Phycology
  27. Jorve, J.P., R.L. Kordas, K.A. Anderson, J. Nelson, M. Picard, and C.D.G. Harley. Accepted. Climate change in coastal marine ecosystems. In The Encyclopedia of Natural Resources
  28. Jorve, J.P., R.L. Kordas, K.A. Anderson, J. Nelson, M. Picard, and C.D.G. Harley. Accepted. Climate change in coastal marine ecosystems. In The Encyclopedia of Natural Resources
  29. Kroeker, K., R. Kordas, R. Crim, G. Singh. accepted. Meta-analysis reveals negative yet variable effects of ocean acidification on marine organisms. Ecology Letters
  30. Kroeker, K.J., R.L. Kordas, R. Crim, I. Hendriks, L. Ramajo, G.G. Singh, C. Duarte, and JP Gattuso. Accepted. Quantifying variation in sensitivity among organisms and life stages and at elevated temperature. Global Change Biology
  31. Ngai, JT*, KR Kirby*, B Gilbert*, BM Starzomski*, AJD Pelletier, JCR Conner. Accepted. The impact of land-use change on larval insect communities: testing the role of habitat elements in conservation. Ecoscience (*contributed equally)
  32. Reuter, K.E., K.E. Lotterhos, R.N. Crim, C.A. Thompson, C.D.G. Harley. accepted. Elevated pCO2 increases sperm limitation and risk of polyspermy in the red sea urchin, Strongylocentrotus fransiscanus. Global Change Biology
  33. Amundrud, S. L., and D. S. Srivastava. 2019. Disentangling how climate change can affect an aquatic food web by combining multiple experimental approaches. Global Change Biology under review
  34. Amundrud, S. L., Clay-Smith, S. A., Flynn, B. L., Higgins, K. E., Reich, M. S., Wiens, D. R. H, and D. S. Srivastava. 2019. Drought alters the trophic role of an opportunistic generalist in an aquatic ecosystem. Oecologia 189: 733-744 Link »
  35. Foster, S.J. , Kuo,T-C., Wan, A.K.Y. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2019. Global seahorse trade defies export bans under CITES action and national legislation. Marine Policy Link »
  36. Geraldes, A.*, K. K. Askelson* (*Shared first authorship), E. Nikelski, F. I. Doyle, W. L. Harrower, K. Winker, D. E. Irwin. 2019. Population genomic analyses reveal a highly differentiated and endangered genetic cluster of northern goshawks (Accipiter gentilis laingi) in Haida Gwaii. Evolutionary Applications 12: 757-772 Link »
  37. Gillepsie, K.M. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2019. Marine reserves drive both taxonomic and functional change in coral reef invertebrate communities. Biodiversity and Conservation Link »
  38. Gillepsie, K.M. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2019. Tropical invertebrate response to marine reserves varies with protection duration, habitat type, and exploitation history. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems Link »
  39. Grummer, J.A., L.B. Beheregaray, L. Bernatchez, B.K. Hand, G. Luikart, Gordon, S. Narum, and E.B. Taylor. 2019. Landscape genomics and understanding environmental effects on genetic variation in aquatic systems. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, published online March 2019.
  40. Manning, C.G., S.J. Foster and A.C.J. Vincent. 2019. A review of the diets and feeding behaviours of a family of biologically diverse marine fishes (Family Syngnathidae). Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries Link »
  41. Sackville, M. A., C. J. Brauner, P. G. D. Matthews. 2019. Complete larval development of the dragonfly Rhionaeschna multicolor at 20oC under natural photoperiod. Notulae Odonatologicae 9(2): 14-19
  42. Altshuler, D.L., and M.V. Srinivasan. 2018. Comparison of visually guided flight in insects and birds. Frontiers in Neuroscience 12:157 Link »
  43. Amundrud, S. L., M. Videla, and D. S. Srivastava. 2018. Dispersal barriers and climate determine the geographic distribution of the damselfly Mecistogaster modesta. Freshwater Biology 63: 214–223 Link »
  44. Cereghino, R., Pillar, V. D., Srivastava, D. S., de Omena, P. M., MacDonald, A. A. M., Barberis, I. M., Corbara, B., Guzman, L. M., Leroy, C., Ospina Bautista, F., Romero, G. Q., Trzcinski, M. K., Kratina, P., Debastiani, V. J., Gonzalves, A. Z., Marino,. 2018. Constraints on the functional trait space of aquatic invertebrates in bromeliads. Funct Ecol 00:1–13
  45. Chen X, Shibata AC, Hendi A, Kurashina M, Fortes E, Weilinger NL, MacVicar BA, Murakoshi H, Mizumoto K. 2018. Rap2 and TNIK control Plexin-dependent tiled synaptic innervation in C. elegans. eLIFE e38801 Link »
  46. Dakin, R., P.S. Segre, A.D. Straw, and D.L. Altshuler. 2018. Morphology, muscle capacity, skill, and maneuvering ability in hummingbirds. Science 359:653-657 Link »
  47. Delmore, K. E., J. Lugo, B. M. Van Doren, M. Lundberg, S. Bensch, D. E. Irwin, M. Liedvogel. 2018. Comparative analysis examining patterns of genomic differentiation across multiple episodes of population divergence in birds. Evolution Letters 2: 76-87 Link »
  48. Fernandez-Fournier PG, Aviles, L. 2018. Environmental filtering and dispersal as drivers of metacommunity composition: Complex spider webs as habitat patches. Ecosphere. 9(2): e2101
  49. Fernandez-Fournier PG, Straus SG, Aviles L.. 2018. Behavioral modification of a social spider by a wasp parasitoid. Ecological Entomology In Press
  50. Fernandez-Fournier, P.G, Guevara, J.P, Hoffman, C. & L. Aviles. 2018. Trait overdispersion and the role of sociality in the assembly of social spider communities across the Americas. PNAS. 201721464
  51. Fukui, S., S.L. May-McNally, E.B. Taylor, and I Koizumi. 2018. A test of the role of secondary sexual characteristics in influencing the reproductive success of hybrids between native and nonnative salmonids. Ecology and Evolution 8:12173–12182
  52. Gutierrez-Ibanez, C., A.H. Gaede, M.R. Dannish, D.L. Altshuler, and D.R. Wylie. 2018. The retinal projection to the nucleus lentiformis mesencephali in zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata) and Anna’s hummingbird (Calypte anna). Journal of Comparative Physiology A doi:10.1007/s00359-018-1245-5 Link »
  53. Guzman, L. M., Germain, R.M., Forbes, C., Straus, S., O’Connor, M.I., Gravel, D., Srivastava, D.S., Thompson, P.L. 2018. Towards a multi-trophic extension of metacommunity ecology. Ecology Letters
  54. Guzman, L., Germain, R., Forbes, C., Straus, S., O'Connor, M., Gravel, D., Srivastava, D., Thompson, P. 2018. Towards a multi‐trophic extension of metacommunity ecology. Ecology Letters Link »
  55. Haberkern, AG., Fernandez-Fournier PG.,& Aviles, L.. 2018. Spinning in the rain: interactions between spider web morphology and microhabitat use. Biotropica Under Revision
  56. Harter, T. S., M. A. Sackville, J. M. Wilson, D. C. H. Metzger, S. Egginton, A. J. Esbaugh, A. P. Farrell, C. J. Brauner. 2018. A solution to Nature’s haemoglobin knockout: a plasma-accessible carbonic anhydrase catalyses CO2 excretion in Antarctic icefish gills. Journal of Experimental Biology 221: jeb190918 Link »
  57. Harwood GG, & Aviles, L. 2018. The shortfall of sociality: how group living affects hunting performance of individual social spiders. Behavioral Ecology ary099,
  58. Irwin, D. E. 2018. Sex chromosomes and speciation in birds and other ZW systems. Molecular Ecology 27: 3831-3851 Link »
  59. Irwin, D. E., B. Mila, D. P. L. Toews, A. Brelsford, H. L. Kenyon, A. N. Porter, C. Grossen, K. E. Delmore, M. Alcaide, J. H. Irwin. 2018. A comparison of genomic islands of differentiation across three young avian species pairs. Molecular Ecology 27: 4839-4855 Link »
  60. Kleiber, D., Harris, L. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2018. Gender and marine protected areas: a case study of Danajon Bank, Philippines. Maritime Studies Link »
  61. Kuo, T-C. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2018. Assessing the changes in international trade of marine fishes under CITES regulations – A case study of seahorses. Marine Policy 88:48–57. Link »
  62. Kuo, TC., Laksanawimol, P., Aylesworth, L., Foster, S.J. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2018. Changes in the trade of bycatch species corresponding to CITES regulations: the case of dried seahorse trade in Thailand. Biodiversity and Conservation Link »
  63. Lichenstein, JLL., Kamath, A., Bengston, SE., Aviles, L., & Pruitt, JN. 2018. Female biased sex ratios increase colony survival and reproductive output in the spider Anelosimus studious. The American Naturalist. 143: 155- 165
  64. Ludwig, L., Barbour, M., Guevara, J. P, Aviles, L., &, Gonzalez, A. 2018. Caught in the web: spider web architecture affect prey specialization and spider prey stoichiometric relationships. Ecology and Evolution. 8: 6449–6462
  65. Manning,C. G., S.J. Foster, D. Harasti and A.C.J. Vincent. 2018. A holistic investigation of the ecological correlates of abundance and body size for the endangered White's seahorse Hippocampus whitei. Journal of Fish Biology Link »
  66. Moore, J-S., J.M. Chapman, M.J. Mazerolle, L.N. Harris, and E.B. Taylor. 2018. Correspondence - Too early to sound the alarm on the impacts of climate change on Arctic Char in Lake Hazen: a comment on Lehnherr et al. 2018. Nature Communications 9:1-
  67. Nathaniel P. Sharp, Linnea Sandell, Christopher G. James, Sarah P. Otto. 2018. The genome-wide rate and spectrum of spontaneous mutations differ between haploid and diploid yeast. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Link »
  68. Robertson, M.G & Aviles, L.. 2018. Rain, predators, and vegetation lushness may structure web-building spider communities along precipitation gradients. Ecological Entomology. In press.
  69. Sackville, M. A., C. J. Brauner. 2018. Case Study: Gill Plasticity in Larval Fishes. Development and Environment. Springer, Cham. pp. 377-400 Link »
  70. Sackville, M. A., R. B. Shartau, C. Damsgaard, M. Hvas, L. M. Phuong, T. Wang, M. Bayley, D. T. T. Huong, N. T. Phuong, C. J. Brauner. 2018. Water pH limits extracellular but not intracellular pH compensation in the CO2-tolerant freshwater fish Pangasianodon hypophthalmus. Journal of Experimental Biology 221: jeb190413 Link »
  71. Selgrath, J.C., Gergel, S.E., and A.C.J. Vincent. 2018. Shifting gears: Diversification, intensification, and effort increases in small-scale fisheries (1950-2010). PLoS ONE 13(3): e0190232 Link »
  72. Siegle, M.R, E.B. Taylor, and M.I. O’Connor. 2018. Prior heat accumulation reduces survival during subsequent experimental heat waves. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 501:109-117
  73. Straus SG , & Aviles, L. 2018. Effects of host colony size and hygiene behaviors on social spider kleptoparasite loads along an elevation gradient. Functional Ecology. 10.1111/1365‐2435.13225
  74. Straus, S. & Aviles, L. 2018. Estimating consumable biomass from body length and order in insects and spiders. Ecological Entomology. 43: 69-75
  75. Straus, S., Aviles, L. 2018. Effects of host colony size and hygiene behaviors on social spider kleptoparasite loads along an elevation gradient. Functional Ecology Link »
  76. Sugioka K, Fielmich LE, Mizumoto K, Bowerman B, van den Heuvel S, Kimura A, Sawa H.. 2018. Tumor suppressor APC is an attenuator of spindle-pulling forces during C. elegans asymmetric cell division. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 30;115(5):E954-E963. Link »
  77. Taylor, E.B., and R.S. Piercey. 2018. Going, going, gone: evidence for extinction of an endemic species pair of threespine sticklebacks (Gasterosteus aculeatus) with implications for protection under species at risk legislation. Conservation Genetics 19:297-308 Link »
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  79. Toews, D. P. L., I. J. Lovette, D. E. Irwin, A. Brelsford. 2018. Similar hybrid composition among different age and sex classes in the Myrtle–Audubon’s warbler hybrid zone. The Auk: Ornithological Advances 135: 1133-1145 Link »
  80. Tuong, Dang Diem, Borowiec, Brittney, Clifford, Alexander M., Filogonio, Renato, Somo, Derek, Huong, Do Thi Thanh, Phuong, Nguyen Thanh, Wang, Tobias, Bayley, Mark, Milsom, William K.. 2018. Ventilatory responses of the clown knifefish, Chitala ornata, to hypercarbia and hypercapnia. Journal of Comparative Physiology B Link »
  81. Tyrell, L.P., B. Goller, B.A. Moore, D.L. Altshuler, and E. Fernandez-Juricic. 2018. The orientation of visual space from the perspective of hummingbirds. Frontiers in Neuroscience 12:16 Link »
  82. Uy, J. A. C., D. E. Irwin, M. S. Webster. 2018. Behavioral isolation and incipient speciation in birds. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 49: 1-24 Link »
  83. van Vliet S, Dal Co A, Winkler AR, Spriewald S, Stecher B & Ackermann M. 2018. Spatially Correlated Gene Expression in Bacterial Groups: The Role of Lineage History, Spatial Gradients, and Cell-Cell Interactions. Cell Systems 6: 496–507.e6 Link »
  84. Vera‐Escalona, I. , Senthivasan, S. , Habit, E. and Ruzzante, D. E. 2018. Past, present, and future of a freshwater fish metapopulation in a threatened landscape. Conservation Biology 32: 849-859 Link »
  85. Zhang, X. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2018. Predicting distributions, habitat preferences and associated conservation implications for a genus of rare fishes, seahorses. Diversity and distributions Link »
  86. Zhang, Y. 2018. Redband trout thrive in a hot desert stream. J. Exp. Biol 221, jeb172148. Link »
  87. Zhang, Y. 2018. How many old-growth fish are out there? J. Exp. Biol 221, jeb172148. Link »
  88. Zhang, Y., Claireaux, G., Takle, H., J?rgensen, S. M., & Farrell, A. P.. 2018. A three‐phase excess post‐exercise oxygen consumption in Atlantic salmon Salmo salar and its response to exercise training. J Fish Biol. 92(5):1385-1403. Link »
  89. Zhang, Y., Healy, T. M., Vandersteen, W., Schulte, P. M., & Farrell, A. P.. 2018. A rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss strain with higher aerobic scope in normoxia also has superior tolerance of hypoxia. J Fish Biol. 92(2):487-503. Link »
  90. Zhang, Y.,Polinski, M., Garver, K., Morrison, P., Brauner, C., Farrell, A.P.. 2018. High-load reovirus infections do not imply physiological impairment in salmon. Frontiers in Physiology under review
  91. Aviles, L. & Guevara, J. 2017. Sociality in Spiders. Comparative Social Evolution. Cambridge University Press 188-223
  92. Aylesworth, L., Loh, T.L., Rongrongmuang, W. and Vincent, A.C.J. 2017. Seahorses (Hippocampus spp.) as a case study for locating cryptic and data‐poor marine fishes for conservation. Animal Conservation Link »
  93. Aylesworth, L., Phoonsawat, R. and A.C.J. Vincent. 2017. Effects of indiscriminate Fisheries on a group of small data-poor species in Thailand. ICES Journal of Marine Science Link »
  94. Brelsford, A., D. P. L. Toews, D. E. Irwin. 2017. Admixture mapping in a hybrid zone reveals loci associated with avian feather coloration. Proceedings B 284: 20171106 Link »
  95. Chin EH, Schmidt KL, Martel KM, Wong CK, Hamden JE, Gibson WT, Soma KK, Christians JK. 2017. A maternal high-fat, high-sucrose diet has sex-specific effects on fetal glucocorticoids with little consequence for offspring metabolism and voluntary locomotor activity in mice. PLOS One Link »
  96. Chung, D.J., Bryant, H.J. and Schulte, P.M. 2017. Thermal acclimation and subspecies-specific effects on heart and brain mitochondrial performance in a eurythermal teleost (Fundulus heteroclitus). Journal of Experimental Biology 220: 1459-1471
  97. Gaede, A.H., B. Goller, J.P.M. Lam, D.R. Wylie, and D.L. Altshuler. 2017. Neurons responsive to global visual motion have unique tuning properties in hummingbirds. Current Biology 27:279-285 Link »
  98. Gavelis, G., Keeling P. and Leander, B.S. 2017. How exaptations facilitated photosensory evolution: Seeing the light by accident. BioEssays. 39: doi:10.1002/bies.201600266
  99. Gavelis, G., Wakeman, K., Tillman, U., Ripken, C., Mitarai, S., Herranz, M., Ozebek, S., Holstein, T., Keeling P. and Leander, B.S. 2017. Microbial arms race: Ballistic “nematocysts” in dinoflagellates represent a new extreme in organelle complexity. Science Advances. 3:e1602552 (7 pages)
  100. Goller, B., P.S. Segre, K.M. Middleton, M.H. Dickinson and D.L. Altshuler. 2017. Visual sensory signals dominate tactile cues during docked feeding in hummingbirds. Frontiers in Neuroscience 11:622 Link »
  101. Hoffman, C. & Aviles, L. 2017. Rain, predators, and spider sociality: a manipulative experiment. Behavioral Ecology 28:589-596
  102. Janouskovec, J., Gavelis, G., Burki, F., Dinh, D., Bachvaroff, T., Gornik, S., Bright, K., Imanian, B., Strom, S., Delwiche, C., Waller, R., Fensome, R., Leander, B.S., Rohwer, F. and Saldarriaga, J. 2017. Major transitions in dinoflagellate evolution unveiled by phylotranscriptomics. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA. 114:E171-E180
  103. Kenyon, H. L., M. Alcaide, D. P. L. Toews, D. E. Irwin. 2017. Cultural isolation is greater than genetic isolation across an avian hybrid zone. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 30: 81–95 Link »
  104. Kratsios P., Kerk SY., Catela C., Liang J., Vidal B., Bayer EA., Feng W., De La Cruz ED., Croci L., Consalez GG., Mizumoto K., Hobert O. 2017. An intersectional gene regulatory strategy defines subclass diversity of C. elegans motor neurons. eLife 6:e25751 Link »
  105. Lawson, J.M., Foster, S.J. and Vincent, A.C.J. 2017. Low bycatch rates add up to big numbers for a genus of small fishes. Fisheries 42(1):19-33 Link »
  106. Leander, C. A. and Kalas, P. 2017. One whale or two or...? The speciation of orca whales. National Centre for Case Study Teaching in Science Link »
  107. MacPherson, A. and Nuismer, S. L. 2017. The probability of parallel genetic evolution from standing genetic variation. J. Evol. Biol., 30: 326–337. doi:10.1111/j Link »
  108. McKenzie, J.L, Bucking C., Moreira, A., and Schulte, P.M. 2017. Intrinsic reproductive isolating mechanisms in the maintenance of a hybrid zone between ecologically divergent subspecies. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 30: 848-864
  109. Metzger, D.C.H and Schulte, P.M. 2017. Persistent and plastic effects of temperature on DNA methylation across the genome of threespine stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus). Proceedings of the Royal Society. B. 284 (1864) 20171667
  110. Morell, M., Brownlow, A., McGovern, B., Raverty, S.A., Shadwick, R.E., Andre, M.. 2017. Implementation of a method to visualize noise-induced hearing loss in mass stranded cetaceans. Scientific Reports 7, 41848; doi: 10.1038/srep41848 Link »
  111. Osmond MM, Barbour MA, Bernhardt JR, Pennell MW, Sunday JM, O'Connor MI. 2017. Warming-induced changes to body size stabilize consumer-resource dynamics. The American Naturalist 189: 718-725
  112. Osmond MM, Otto SP, Klausmeier CA. 2017. When predators help prey adapt and persist in a changing environment. The American Naturalist 190: 83-98
  113. Pruitt, J. & Aviles, L. 2017. Social spiders: Mildly successful social animals with much untapped research potential. Animal Behavior Online version 14 Sep 2017
  114. Rubin, Ilan N. and Michael Doebeli. 2017. Rethinking the evolution of specialization: A model for the evolution of phenotypic heterogeneity. Journal of Theoretical Biology 248-264 Link »
  115. Sanchez-Martinez, M. A., S. David, G. A. Londono & S. K. Robinson. 2017. Brood parasitism by the enigmatic and rare Pavonine Cuckoo in Amazonian Peru. The Auk Ornithological Advances 134: 330-339
  116. Selgrath, J.C., S.E. Gergel and A.C.J. Vincent. 2017. Incorporating spatial dynamics greatly improves estimates of fishing pressure: Long-term participatory mapping of coral reef fisheries. ICES Journal of Marine Science Link »
  117. Shartau, R. B., D. W. Baker, C. J. Brauner. 2017. White sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus) acid-base regulation differ in response to different types of acidoses. Journal of Comparative Physiology - B 187:985-994
  118. Shartau, R. B., K. V. Brix, C. J. Brauner. 2017. Characterization of Na+ transport to gain insight into the mechanism of acid-base and ion regulation in white sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A 204: 197-204
  119. Skandalis, D.A., P.S. Segre, J.W. Bahlman, D.J.E. Groom, K.C. Welch, C.C. Witt, J.A. McGuire, R. Dudley, D. Lentink and D.L. Altshuler. 2017. The biomechanical origin of extreme wing allometry in hummingbirds. Nature Communications 8:1047 Link »
  120. Stiller, K., Vanselow, K., Moran, D., Riesen, G., Koppe, W., Dietz, C., & Schulz, C.. 2017. The effect of diet, temperature and intermittent low oxygen on the metabolism of rainbow trout. British Journal of Nutrition, 1-12. doi:10.1017/S0007114517000472.
  121. Stocks, A. P., S.J. Foster, N.K. Bat and A.C.J. Vincent. 2017. Catch as catch can: Targeted and indiscriminate small-scale fishing of seahorses in Vietnam. Fisheries Research 196:27-33 Link »
  122. Straus, S. & Aviles L. 2017. Estimating consumable biomass from body length and order in insects and spiders. Ecological Entomology Online version 5 Sep 2017 DOI: 10.1111/een.1247
  123. Straus, S. and Aviles, L. 2017. Estimating consumable biomass from body length and order in insects and spiders. Ecological Entomology 43: 69-75 Link »
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