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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. Shartau, R. B., D. W. Baker, C. J. Brauner. In press. White sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus) acid-base regulation differ in response to different types of acidoses. Journal of Comparative Physiology - B
  22. 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
  23. Davis, B.H.. in prep. Mutational meltdown and environmental stochasticity interact to cause rapid extinction of small populations.
  24. Davis, B.H. A. Peters, M.C. Whitlock, S. Rogers. in prep. Rapid fitness recovery in gene knockout lines of Caenorhabditis elegans.
  25. 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
  26. Ahrens, R.N.M. and Devlin, R.H.. Accepted. Background-genotype effects on transgenes in populations: A growth-enhanced salmon simulation. Transgenic Research
  27. 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
  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. 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
  30. Kroeker, K., R. Kordas, R. Crim, G. Singh. accepted. Meta-analysis reveals negative yet variable effects of ocean acidification on marine organisms. Ecology Letters
  31. 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
  32. 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)
  33. 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
  34. 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
  35. 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 »
  36. 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 »
  37. 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 »
  38. 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
  39. Morell, M., Brownlow, A., McGovern, B., Raverty, S.A., Shadwick, R.E., André, 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 »
  40. 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
  41. 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
  42. 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.
  43. Szabo, I., K. Walters, J. Rourke, and D. E. Irwin. 2017. First record of House Swift (Apus nipalensis) in the Americas. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 129: 411-416 Link »
  44. Toews, D. P. L., J. Heavyside, D. E. Irwin. 2017. Linking the wintering and breeding grounds of warblers along the Pacific Flyway. Ecology and Evolution doi:10.1002/ece3.3222 Link »
  45. Toews, D. P. L., K. E. Delmore, M. M. Osmond, P. D. Taylor, D. E. Irwin. 2017. Migratory orientation in a narrow avian hybrid zone. PeerJ 5: e3201 Link »
  46. Vincent, A.C. and Foster, S.J. 2017. Setting Precedent in Export Regulations for Marine Fishes with Seahorses. Fisheries 42(1):40-43
  47. Wang S. & M. B. Sokolowski. 2017. Aggressive behaviours, food deprivation and the foraging gene. Royal Society Open Science 4: 170042 Link »
  48. Yangfan Zhang, Matthew J.H. Gilbert. 2017. Comment on ‘Measurement and relevance of maximum metabolic rate in fishes by Norin & Clark (2016)’. Journal of Fish Biology Accepted
  49. Amundrud, S. L., and Srivastava, D. S. 2016. Trophic interactions determine the effects of drought on an aquatic ecosystem. Ecology 97: 1475–1483 Link »
  50. Amundrud, S. L., and Srivastava, D. S. 2016. Phytotelm bromeliads as model systems to study ecosystem responses to environmental stress. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 97: 403-405 Link »
  51. Aylesworth, L., Phoonsawat, R., Suvanachai, P. and Vincent, A.C.J. 2016. Generating spatial data for marine conservation and management. Biodiversity and Conservation 1-17
  52. Aylesworth, L.A., Lawson, J.M., Laksanawimol, P., Ferber, P., and Loh, T.L. 2016. New records of the Japanese seahorse Hippocampus mohnikei in Southeast Asia lead to updates in range, habitat and threats. Journal of Fish Biology 88: 1620-1630
  53. Baliga, V. B., C. J. Law. 2016. Cleaners among wrasses: Phylogenetics and evolutionary patterns of cleaning behavior within Labridae. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 94A, 424-435 Link »
  54. Baliga, V. B., R. S. Mehta. 2016. Ontogenetic Allometry in Shape and Flexibility Underlies Life History Patterns of Labrid Cleaning Behavior. Integrative and Comparative Biology 56:3, 416-427 Link »
  55. Bryce, C. M., V. B. Baliga, K. L. De Nesnera, D. Fiack, K. Goetz, L. M. Tarjan, C. Wade, V. Yovovich, S. Baumgart, D. G. Bard, D. Ash, I. M. Parker, G. S. Gilbert. 2016. Exploring Models in the Biology Classroom. The American Biology Teacher 78:1, 35-42 Link »
  56. C.G. Geoffroy*, Hilton, B.J.* [*co-first], W. Tetzlaff, B. Zheng. 2016. Evidence for an Age-Dependent Decline in Axon Regeneration in the Adult Mammalian Central Nervous System. Cell Reports 15: 1-9 Link »
  57. Cisneros‐Montemayor, A.M., West, K., Boiro, I.S. and Vincent, A.C.J. 2016. An assessment of West African seahorses in fisheries catch and trade. Journal of fish biology 88(2):751-759
  58. Cisneros-Montemayor, A., & Vincent, A. 2016. Science, society, and flagship species: social and political history as keys to conservation outcomes in the Gulf of California. Ecology and Society 21(2)
  59. Dakin, R., T.K. Fellows, and D.L. Altshuler. 2016. Visual guidance of forward flight in hummingbirds reveals control based on image features instead of pattern velocity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 113:8849-8854 Link »
  60. Delmore, K. E., D. P. L. Toews, R. R. Germain, G. L. Owens, and D. E. Irwin. 2016. The genetics of seasonal migration and plumage color. Current Biology 26: 2167–2173 Link »
  61. El-Sabaawi, R.W., M.L. Warbanski, S.M. Rudman, R. Hovel and B.M. Matthews. 2016. Investment in boney defensive traits alters organismal stoichiometry and nutrient cycling in fish. Oecologia
  62. Fehsenfeld, S., Weihrauch, D. 2016. The role of an ancestral hyperpolarization activated cyclic nucleotide-gated K+-channel in branchial acid-base regulation in the green crab, Carcinus maenas (L.). JEB, published online Link »
  63. Fehsenfeld, S., Weihrauch, D. 2016. Mechanisms of acid-base regulation in sweater-acclimated green crabs, Carcinus maenas. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 94: 95–107
  64. Fernando, S. P., D. E. Irwin, and S. S. Seneviratne. 2016. Phenotypic and genetic analysis support distinct species status of the Red-backed Woodpecker (Lesser Sri Lanka Flameback: Dinopium psarodes) of Sri Lanka. The Auk: Ornithological Advances 133: 497-511 Link »
  65. Grossen, C., S. S. Seneviratne, D. Croll, and D. E. Irwin. 2016. Strong reproductive isolation and narrow genomic tracts of differentiation among three woodpecker species in secondary contact. Molecular Ecology 25: 4247-4266 Link »
  66. Hilton, B. J., E. Anenberg, T. C. Harrison, J. D. Boyd, T. H. Murphy, W. Tetzlaff. 2016. Re-Establishment of Cortical Motor Output Maps and Spontaneous Functional Recovery via Spared Dorsolaterally Projecting Corticospinal Neurons after Dorsal Column Spinal Cord Injury in Adult Mice. Journal of Neuroscience 36(14): 4080-4092 Link »
  67. Irwin, D. E., D. B. Wake. 2016. Ring species. 3: 467-475 In Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Biology Academic Press
  68. Irwin, D. E., M. Alcaide, K. E. Delmore, J. H. Irwin, G. L. Owens. 2016. Recurrent selection explains parallel evolution of genomic regions of high relative but low absolute differentiation in a ring species. Molecular Ecology 25: 4488-4507 Link »
  69. Lam, J.T.L., Koldewey, H.J., Yasue, M., Vincent, A.C.J. 2016. Comparing interview and trade data in assessing changes in the seahorse Hippocampus spp. trade following CITES listing. Oryx Link »
  70. LeDue EE, Mann K, Koch E, Chu B, Dakin R, Gordon MD. 2016. Starvation-induced depotentiation of bitter taste in Drosophila. Current Biology 26(21):2854-2861
  71. LeDue EE, Mann K, Koch E, Chu B, Dakin R, Gordon MD. 2016. Starvation-Induced depotentiation of bitter taste in Drosophila. Current Biology 2854-2861
  72. Linnea Sandell, Sarah P. Otto. 2016. Probing the Depths of Biological Diversity During the Second Century of GENETICS. GENETICS vol. 204 no. 2 pp. 395-400 Link »
  73. Louca, S., Hawley, A. K., Katsev, S., Torres-Beltran, M., Bhatia, M. P., Kheirandish, S., Michiels, C. C., Capelle, D., Lavik, G., Doebeli, M., Crowe, S. A., Hallam, S. J. 2016. Integrating biogeochemistry with multiomic sequence information in a model oxygen minimum zone. PNAS 113: E5925-E5933
  74. Louca, S., Jacques, S. M. S., Pires, A. P. F., Leal, J. S., Srivastava, D. S., Parfrey, L. W., Farjalla, V. F., Doebeli, M.. 2016. High taxonomic variability despite stable functional structure across microbial communities. Nature Ecology & Evolution 1
  75. Louca, S., Parfrey, L. W., Doebeli, M. 2016. Decoupling function and taxonomy in the global ocean microbiome. Science 353: 1272-1277
  76. Miyazaki Y, Mizumoto K, Dey G, Kudo T, Perrino J, Chen LC, Meyer T, Wandless TJ.. 2016. A method to rapidly create protein aggregates in living cells. Nat Commun 7:11689 Link »
  77. Padash-Barmchi, M., G. Samarasekera, M.M. Gilbert, V.J. Auld, B. Zhang. 2016. Magi Is Associated with the Par Complex and Functions Antagonistically with Bazooka to Regulate the Apical Polarity Complex. PLoS One 11:e0153259 Link »
  78. Petley-Ragan, L.M., E.L. Ardiel, C.H. Rankin, V.J. Auld. 2016. Accumulation of Laminin Monomers in Drosophila Glia Leads to Glial Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress and Disrupted Larval Locomotion. Journal of Neuroscience 36: 1151-64 Link »
  79. Read, T.J.G., P.S. Segre, K.M. Middleton, and D.L. Altshuler.. 2016. Hummingbirds control turning velocity with body orientation and turning radius with asymmetrical wingbeat kinematics. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 13:20160110 Link »
  80. Rudman, S.M. and D. Schluter. 2016. Ecological consequences of reverse speciation in threespine stickleback. Current Biology 26:490-495
  81. Rudman, S.M., J. Heavyside, D.J. Rennison, and D. Schluter. 2016. Piscivore addition causes a trophic cascade within and across ecosystem boundaries. Oikos
  82. Segre, P.S., R. Dakin, T.J.G. Read, A.D. Straw, and D.L. Altshuler. 2016. Mechanical constraints on flight at high elevation decrease maneuvering performance of hummingbirds. Current Biology 26:3368–3374 Link »
  83. Selgrath, J. C., Roelfsema, C., Gergel, S. E., Vincent, A. C. J.. 2016. Mapping for coral reef conservation: comparing the value of participatory and remote sensing approaches. Ecosphere DOI: 10.1002/ecs2.1325
  84. Selgrath, J.C., Roelfsema, C., Gergel, S.E. and Vincent, A.C.J. 2016. Mapping for coral reef conservation: Comparing the value of participatory and remote sensing approaches. Ecosphere, 7(5)
  85. Seneviratne, S. S., P. Davidson, K. Martin, and D. E. Irwin. 2016. Low levels of hybridization across two contact zones among three species of woodpeckers (Sphyrapicus sapsuckers). Journal of Avian Biology , doi: 10.1111/jav.00946 Link »
  86. Sharifkhodaei, Z., M. Padash-Barmchi, M.M. Gilbert, G. Samarasekera, T.A. Fulga, D. Van Vactor, V.J. Auld. 2016. The Drosophila tricellular junction protein Gliotactin regulates its own mRNA levels through BMP-mediated induction of miR-184. Journal of Cell Science 129: 1477-89 Link »
  87. Shartau, R. B., D. A. Crossley II, Z. F. Kohl, C. J. Brauner. 2016. Embryonic common snapping turtles (Chelydra serpentina) preferentially regulate tissue pH during acid-base challenges. Journal of Experimental Biology 219: 1994-2002
  88. Shartau, R. B., D. W. Baker, D. A. Crossley II, Brauner C. J.. 2016. Preferential intracellular pH regulation: hypotheses and perspectives. Journal of Experimental Biology 219: 2235-2244
  89. T.C. Gibbons, S.M. Rudman, and P.M. Schulte. 2016. Response to simulated winter conditions differ between threespine stickleback ecotypes. Molecular Ecology 25:764-775
  90. Taves MD, Losie JA, Rahim T, Schmidt KL, Sandkam BA, Ma C, Silversides F, Soma KK. 2016. High cortisol levels in lymphoid organs of the developing zebra finch but not Japanese quail or chicken. Developmental & Comparative Immunology 54:116-125
  91. Taylor, E.B.. 2016. The Arctic char (Salvelinus alpinus) species “complex” in North America revisited. Hydrobiologica 783: 283-293
  92. Thompson KA and MTJ Johnson. 2016. Antiherbivore defenses alter natural selection on plant reproductive traits. Evolution 70(4): 796–810
  93. Thompson, KA., Renaudin M, Johnson MTJ. 2016. Urbanization drives the evolution of parallel clines in plant populations. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences
  94. Toews, D. P. L., A. Brelsford, B. Mila, C. Grossen, and D. E. Irwin. 2016. Genomic variation across the yellow-rumped warbler species complex. The Auk: Ornithological Advances 133: 698-717 Link »
  95. Yangfan Zhang, Gerrit Timmerhaus, Katja Anttila, Florian Mauduit, Sven Martin Jørgensen, Torstein Kristensen, Guy Claireaux, Harald Takle, Anthony P. Farrell. 2016. Domestication compromises athleticism and respiratory plasticity in response to aerobic exercise training in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). 79-88
  96. Adamczyk, E.M. and Shurin, J.B.. 2015. Seasonal Changes in Plankton Food Web Structure and Carbon Dioxide Flux from Southern California Reservoirs. Link »
  97. Alonso-Farre, J.M., Gonzalo-Orden, M., Gonzalo-Orden, M.., Leon, J., Barreiro-Lois, A., Morell, M., Llarena-Reino, M., Montreal-Pawlowsky, T., André, M., Degollada, E.. 2015. Cross-sectional anatomy, computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging of the head of common dolphin (Delphinus delphis) and striped dolphin (Stenella coeruleoalba). Anatomia, Histologia, Embriologia 44(1): 13-21 Link »
  98. Altshuler, D. L., J. W. Bahlman, R. Dakin, A. H. Gaede, B. Goller, D. Lentink, P. S. Segre, D. A. Skandalis. 2015. The biophysics of bird flight: functional relationships integrate aerodynamics, morphology, kinematics, muscles, and sensors. Canadian Journal of Zoology 93:961-975
  99. Altshuler, D.L., J.W. Bahlman, R. Dakin, A.H. Gaede, B. Goller, D. Lentink, P.S. Segre, and D.A. Skandalis. 2015. The biophysics of bird flight: functional relationships integrate aerodynamics, morphology, kinematics, muscles and sensors. Canadian Journal of Zoology 93:961-975 Link »
  100. Altshuler, D.L., J.W. Bahlman, R. Dakin, A.H. Gaede, B. Goller, D. Lentink, P.S. Segre, and D.A. Skandalis. 2015. The biophysics of bird flight: functional relationships integrate aerodynamics, morphology, kinematics, muscles, and sensors. Canadian Journal of Zoology 93:961-975 Link »
  101. Amundrud, S. L., and Srivastava, D. S. 2015. Drought sensitivity predicts habitat size sensitivity in an aquatic ecosystem. Ecology 96: 1957-1965 Link »
  102. Amundrud, S. L., Srivastava, D. S., and O'Connor, M. I. 2015. Indirect effects of predators control herbivore richness and abundance in a benthic eelgrass (Zostera marina) mesograzer community. Journal of Animal Ecology 84: 1092-1102 Link »
  103. Baker, D. W., B. A. Sardella, J. L. Rummer, M. Sackville, C. J. Brauner. 2015. Hagfish: champions of CO2 tolerance question the origins of vertebrate gill function. Scientific Reports 5, 11182
  104. Baliga, V. B., R. S. Mehta. 2015. Linking Cranial Morphology to Prey Capture Kinematics in Three Cleaner Wrasses: Labroides dimidiatus, Larabicus quadrilineatus, and Thalassoma lutescens. Journal of Morphology 276, 1377–91 Link »
  105. Barbour, M.A., M.A., Rodriguez-Cabal, E. Wu, R. Julkunen-Tiitto, C.E. Ritland, A.E. Miscampbell, E.S. Jules, G.M. Crutsinger. 2015. Multiple plant traits shape the genetic basis of herbivore community assembly. Functional Ecology In Press
  106. Blewett, T., Glover, C.N., Fehsenfeld, S., Lawrence, M.J., Niyogi, S., Goss, G.G., Wood, C.M. 2015. Making sense of nickel accumulation and sub-lethal toxic effects in saline waters: Fate and effects of nickel in the green crab, Carcinus maenas. Aquatic Toxicology, 164:23-33
  107. Bodnar TS, Hill LA, Taves MD, Yu W, Soma KK, Hammond GL, Weinberg J. 2015. Colony specific differences in endocrine and immune responses to an inflammatory challenge in female Sprague-Dawley rats. Endocrinology (In press)
  108. Cisneros‐Montemayor, A. M., West, K., Boiro, I. S., & Vincent, A. C. J. 2015. An assessment of West African seahorses in fisheries catch and trade. Journal of fish biology
  109. Clevenger AP, Barrueto M, Gunson K, Caryl F, Ford AT. 2015. Context-dependent effects on spatial variation in deer-vehicle collisions. Ecosphere 6:art47 dx.doi.org/10.1890/ES140
  110. Conway-Cranos L., P. Kiffney, N. Banas, M. Plummer, S. Naman, P. Macready, J. Bucci, M. Ruckleshaus. 2015. Stable isotopes and oceanographic modeling reveal spatial and trophic connectivity among terrestrial, estuarine and marine environments. Marine Ecology Progress Series 533:15-28 Link »
  111. Delmore, K. E., H. L. Kenyon, R. R. Germain, and D. E. Irwin. 2015. Phenotypic divergence during speciation is inversely associated with differences in seasonal migration. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 282: 20151921 Link »
  112. Delmore, K. E., S. Hübner, N. C. Kane, R. Schuster, R. L. Andrew, F. Câmara, R. Guigo, D. E. Irwin. 2015. Genomic analysis of a migratory divide reveals candidate genes for migration and implicates selective sweeps in generating islands of differentiation. Molecular Ecology 24: 1873-1888 Link »
  113. Fay, N., Pante, N. 2015. Old foes, new understandings: nuclear entry of small non-enveloped DNA viruses. Current Opinion in Virology 12: 59-65 Link »
  114. Fay, N., Pante, N.. 2015. Nuclear entry of DNA viruses. Frontiers in Microbiology 6: 467 doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2015.0 Link »
  115. Ferris JK, Tse MT, Hamson DK, Taves MD, Ma C, McGuire N, Arckens L, Bentley GE, Galea LAM, Floresco SB, Soma KK. 2015. Neuronal gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) and astrocytic gonadotropin inhibitory hormone (GnIH) immunoreactivity in the adult rat hippocampus. Journal of Neuroendocrinology 27:772-786
  116. Ford AT, Goheen JR, Augustine DJ, Kinnaird MF, O’Brien TG, Palmer TM, Pringle RM, Woodroffe R. 2015. Recovery of African wild dogs regulates prey abundance but does not trigger a trophic cascade. Ecology
  117. Ford AT, Goheen, JR. 2015. An experimental study on risk effects in a dwarf antelope, Madoqua guentheri. Journal of Mammalogy
  118. Friman, V. P. , Guzman, L. M. , Reuman, D. C. , Bell, T.. 2015. Bacterial adaptation to sublethal antibiotic gradients can change the ecological properties of multitrophic microbial communities. Proc. R. Soc. B 20142920
  119. Gaylord B., et al. 2015. Ocean acidification through the lens of ecological theory. Ecology, 96: 3-15
  120. Gilbert KJ, MC Whitlock. 2015. Evaluating methods for estimating local effective population size with and without migration. Evolution 69: 2154-2166 Link »
  121. Huang, W., Hauert, C. & Traulsen, A.. 2015. Stochastic evolutionary games in dynamic populations. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 112 (29): 9064-9069
  122. Jamieson-Lane, A. & Hauert, C.. 2015. Fixation probabilities on super-stars revisited. J. Theor. Biol. 382: 44-56
  123. Johnson MTJ, KA Thompson and HS Saini. 2015. Plant evolution in the urban jungle. American Journal of Botany 102(12): 1–3
  124. Kruyt, J.W., G.F. van Heijst, D.L. Altshuler, and D. Lentink. 2015. Power reduction and the radial limit of stall delay in revolving wings of different aspect ratio. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 12:20150051 Link »
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