You searched for:
801. Data from: Variation in testosterone and corticosterone in amphibians and reptiles: relationships with latitude, elevation, and breeding season length
2019. Eikenaar, Cas, Husak, Jerry, Escallon, Camilo, and Moore, Ignacio T. Latitudinal variation in life history traits has been the focus of numerous investigations, but underlying hormonal mechanisms have received much l... The American Naturalist.
2019. Youngsteadt, Elsa, Irwin, Rebecca E., Fowler, Alison, Bertone, Matthew A., Giacomini, Sara June, Kunz, Michael, Suiter, Dale, and Sorenson, Clyde E. Because carnivorous plants rely on arthropods as pollinators and prey, they risk consuming would-be mutualists. We examined this potential conflict... The American Naturalist.
803. Data from: Warning signal brightness variation: sexual selection may work under the radar of natural selection in populations of a polytypic poison frog
2019. Crothers, Laura Rose and Cummings, Molly E. Though theory predicts consistency of warning signals in aposematic species to facilitate predator learning, variation in these signals often occur... The American Naturalist.
804. Data from: We happy few: using structured population models to identify the decisive events in the lives of exceptional individuals
2019. Snyder, Robin E. and Ellner, Stephen P. In any population, some individuals make it big: they are among the few that produce many offspring, grow to large size, and so on. What distinguis... The American Naturalist.
805. Data from: What are the environmental determinants of phenotypic selection? A meta-analysis of experimental studies
2019. Caruso, Christina M., Martin, Ryan A., Sletvold, Nina, Morrissey, Michael B., Wade, Michael J., Augustine, Kate E., Carlson, Stephanie M., MacColl, Andrew D. C., Siepielski, Adam M., and Kingsolver, Joel G. Although many selection estimates have been published, the environmental factors that cause selection to vary in space and time have rarely been id... The American Naturalist.
806. Data from: What determines the distinct morphology of species with a particular ecology? The roles of many-to-one mapping and trade-offs in the evolution of frog ecomorphology and performance
2019. Moen, Daniel S. Organisms in a specific environment often have distinct morphology, but the factors that affect this fit are unclear when multiple morphological tr... The American Naturalist.
2019. Jezkova, Tereza and Wiens, John J. Animal phyla vary dramatically in species richness (from one species to >1.2 million), but the causes of this variation remain largely unknown. Ani... The American Naturalist.
808. Data from: What invasive species reveal about the rate and form of contemporary phenotypic change in nature
2019. Westley, Peter A. H. Biological invasions represent opportunities to gain insight into fundamental evolutionary questions as reproductive isolation and sudden changes i... The American Naturalist.
2019. Proulx, Stephen R. and Teotónio, Henrique. Just as phenotypic plasticity can evolve when developing individuals get informational cues about their future adult environment, deterministic mat... The American Naturalist.
810. Data from: What makes a leaf tough? Patterns of correlated evolution between leaf toughness traits and demographic rates among 197 shade-tolerant woody species in a neotropical forest
2019. Westbrook, Jared W, Kitajima, Kaoru, Burleigh, J. Gordon, Kress, W. John, Erickson, David L, and Wright, S. Joseph. Slow-growing juveniles of shade-tolerant plant species are predicted to have tough leaves because of the high cost of leaf replacement in shade rel... The American Naturalist.