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2019. Armstrong, Anne Frances, Blackburn, Holly Nicole, Allen, Jonathan D., Armstrong, A. Frances, and Blackburn, Holly N. Hatching plasticity occurs in response to a wide range of stimuli across many animal taxa, including annelids, arthropods, mollusks, and chordates.... The American Naturalist. College of William & Mary.
2019. Wund, Matthew A, Baker, John A, Clancy, Brendan, Golub, Justin L, and Foster, Susan A. If an ancestral stem group repeatedly colonizes similar environments, developmental plasticity specific to that group should consistently give rise... The American Naturalist.
2019. Touchon, Justin C. Non-aquatic reproduction has evolved repeatedly, but the factors that select for laying eggs on land are not well understood. The treefrog Dendrops... The American Naturalist. Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute.
2019. Fenberg, Phillip B. and Roy, Kaustuv. The importance of large breeding individuals for maintaining the health of marine fish and invertebrate populations has long been recognized. Unfor... The American Naturalist.
2019. Allf, Bradley C., Durst, Paul A. P., and Pfennig, David W. Environmentally induced behavior (behavioral plasticity) has long been hypothesized to promote the origins of novel morphological traits, but this ... The American Naturalist.
2019. Hsu, Bin-Yan, Verhagen, Irene, Gienapp, Phillip, Darras, Veerle M., Visser, Marcel E., and Ruuskanen, Suvi. Maternal hormones are often considered a mediator of anticipatory maternal effects, namely mothers adjust maternal hormone transfer to prepare the ... The American Naturalist.
2019. Merrill, Loren and Grindstaff, Jennifer L. Stress exposure during development can impact both the expression of individual traits and associations between traits, but whether stress results ... The American Naturalist.
2019. Oostra, Vicencio, Mateus, Ana Rita A., van der Burg, Karin R. L., Piessens, Thomas, van Eijk, Marleen, Brakefield, Paul M., Beldade, Patrícia, and Zwaan, Bas J. The conditional expression of alternative life strategies is a widespread feature of animal life and a pivotal adaptation to life in seasonal envir... The American Naturalist.
2019. Murren, Courtney J., Maclean, Heidi J., Diamond, Sarah E., Steiner, Ulrich K., Heskel, Mary A., Handelsman, Corey A., Ghalambor, Cameron K., Auld, Josh R., Callahan, Hilary S., Pfennig, David W., Relyea, Rick A., Schlichting, Carl D., and Kingsolver, Joel G. Understanding the evolution of reaction norms remains a major challenge in ecology and evolution. Investigating evolutionary divergence in reaction... The American Naturalist.
2019. Marion, Zachary H., Fordyce, James A., and Fitzpatrick, Benjamin M. Most components of an organism’s phenotype can be viewed as the expression of multiple traits. Many of these traits operate as complexes, where mul... The American Naturalist.