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2019. Eliason, Chad M., Hudson, Leah, Watts, Taylor, Garza, Hector, and Clarke, Julia A. The fossil record of exceptionally preserved soft tissues in Konservat-Lagerstätten provides rare yet significant insight into past behaviours and ... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. Field Museum of Natural History and The University of Texas at Austin.
2019. Pamminger, Tobias, Treanor, David, and Hughes, William O. H. The ubiquitous trade-off between survival and costly reproduction is one of the most fundamental constraints governing life-history evolution. In n... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. University of Sussex.
2019. Salmón, Pablo, Nilsson, Johan F., Watson, Hannah, Bensch, Staffan, and Isaksson, Caroline. Urban environments pose novel challenges, as well as opportunities, for urban-dwelling wildlife. Although differences have been reported in several... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. Lund University.
2019. Huber, Meret, Bont, Zoe, Fricke, Julia, Brillatz, Théo, Aziz, Zohra, Gershenzon, Jonathan, and Erb, Matthias. Plants display extensive intraspecific variation in secondary metabolites. However, the selective forces shaping this diversity remain often unknow... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. University of Bern.
2019. Kay, Adam D., Bruning, Abbie J., Van Alst, Andy, Abrahamson, Tyler T., Hughes, William O. H., Kaspari, Michael, Kaspari, M., Hughes, W. O. H., Abrahamson, T. T., Bruning, A. J., and van Alst, A. Increased potential for disease transmission among nest-mates means living in groups has inherent costs. This increased potential is predicted to s... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. University of Oklahoma, University of Sussex, and University of St. Thomas.
2019. Williams, Tom A., Foster, Peter G., Nye, Tom M. W., Cox, Cymon J., Embley, T. Martin, Nye, T. M. W., Williams, T. A., Foster, P. G., Embley, T. M., and Cox, C. J. Determining the relationships among the major groups of cellular life is important for understanding the evolution of biological diversity, but is ... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. Newcastle University, Natural History Museum, University of Newcastle Australia, and University of Algarve.
2019. delBarco-Trillo, Javier, García-Álvarez, Olga, Soler, Ana, Tourmente, Maximiliano, Garde, Julian, and Roldan, Eduardo R. S. Sperm competition, a prevalent evolutionary process in which the spermatozoa of two or more males compete for the fertilization of the same ovum, l... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. Liverpool John Moores University and Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales.
2019. Svenson, Gavin, Rodrigues, Henrique M., and Svenson, Gavin J. Recent phylogenetic advances have uncovered remarkable biogeographic histories that have challenged traditional concepts of dispersal, vicariance a... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. Cleveland Museum of Natural History.
2019. Donadi, Serena, Austin, Åsa N., Bergström, Ulf, Eriksson, B. Klemens, Hansen, Joakim P., Jacobson, Philip, Sundblad, Göran, van Regteren, Marin, and Eklöf, Johan S. Trophic cascades occur in many ecosystems, but the factors regulating them are still elusive. We suggest that an overlooked factor is that trophic ... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and University of Groningen.
2019. Malo, Aurelio F., Martinez-Pastor, Felipe, Garcia-Gonzalez, Francisco, Garde, Julian, Ballou, Jonathan D., and Lacy, Robert C. Sex ratio allocation has important fitness consequences, and theory predicts that parents should adjust offspring sex ratio in cases where the fitn... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. Spanish National Research Council and National Zoological Park.