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2019. Schrader, Matthew, Jarrett, Benjamin J. M., and Kilner, Rebecca M. Parents of many species provision their young, and the extent of parental provisioning constitutes a major component of the offspring’s social envi... The American Naturalist.
2019. Bergeron, Zachary T. and Fuller, Rebecca C. Assessing variation in animal coloration is difficult as animals differ in their visual system properties. This has led some to propose that human ... The American Naturalist.
2019. Serrouya, Robert, Wittmann, Meike J., McLellan, Bruce N., Wittmer, Heiko U., and Boutin, Stan. Apparent competition is an important process influencing many ecological communities. We used predator-prey theory to predict outcomes of ecosystem... The American Naturalist.
Crozier, Lisa G., Scheuerell, Mark D., and Zabel, Richard W. Environmental change can shift the phenotype of an organism through either evolutionary or nongenetic processes. Despite abundant evidence of pheno... The American Naturalist. Northwest Fisheries Science Center.
2019. Precoda, Kristin, Allen, Andrew P., Grant, Liesl, and Madin, Joshua S. Simulations and experiments have shown that species coexistence can be maintained via nontransitive competition, of which a simple case is the rock... The American Naturalist.
2019. Castañeda, Luis E., Balanyà, Joan, Rezende, Enrico L., and Santos, Mauro. Chromosomal inversion clines paralleling the long-standing ones in native Palearctic populations of Drosophila subobscura evolved swiftly after thi... The American Naturalist.
2019. Cole, Gemma Louise and Endler, John A. Multicomponent signals are made up of interacting elements that generate a functional signaling unit. The interactions between signal components an... The American Naturalist.
2019. Koenig, Walter D., Walters, Eric L, and Haydock, Joseph. The ecological conditions leading to delayed dispersal and helping behavior are generally thought to follow one of two contrasting scenarios: that ... The American Naturalist.
2019. Izem, Rima and Kingsolver, Joel G. Thermal performance curves are an example of continuous reaction norm curves of common shape. Three modes of variation in these curves-- Vertical s... The American Naturalist.
2019. Elliott, Kyle H., Linnebjerg, Jannie F., Burke, Chantelle, Gaston, Anthony J., Mosbech, Anders, Frederiksen, Morten, and Merkel, Flemming. The duration of parental care in animals varies widely, from none to lifelong. Such variation is typically thought to represent a trade-off between... The American Naturalist.