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2019. Skorping, Arne, Jensen, Knut Helge, Mennerat, Adèle, and Högstedt, Göran. We present a life-history model based on the assumptions that juvenile survival follows a negative exponential function and that fecundity gain inc... The American Naturalist.
2019. Shelomi, Matan. Bergmann's rule states that individuals of a species/clade at higher altitudes or latitudes will be larger than species at lower ones. A systemic r... The American Naturalist.
2019. Sorensen, Marjorie C., Jenni-Eiermann, Susanne, and Spottiswoode, Claire N. Many long-distance migratory birds sing extensively on their tropical African wintering grounds, but the function of this costly behavior remains u... The American Naturalist.
814. Data from: Why have multiple plastic responses? Interactions between color change and heat avoidance behavior in Battus philenor larvae
2019. Nielsen, Matthew E. and Papaj, Daniel R. Having multiple plastic responses to a change in the environment, such as increased temperature, can be adaptive for two major reasons: synergy (th... The American Naturalist.
815. Data from: Why is living fast dangerous? Disentangling the roles of resistance and tolerance of disease
2019. Cronin, James Patrick, Rúa, Megan A., and Mitchell, Charles E. Primary axes of host developmental tempo (HDT; e.g., large-small body size continuum; slow-quick return leaf continuum) represent latent biological... The American Naturalist.
816. Data from: Wind- and rain-induced vibrations impose different selection pressures on multimodal signaling
2019. Halfwerk, Wouter, Ryan, Mike J., and Wilson, Preston S. The world is a noisy place, and animals have evolved a myriad of strategies to communicate in it. Animal communication signals are, however, often ... The American Naturalist.
817. Data from: Within-clutch variation in yolk testosterone as an adaptive maternal effect to modulate avian sibling competition: evidence from a comparative study
2019. Muller, Martina S., Groothuis, Ton G. G., and Muller, Martina. In many species, embryos are exposed to maternal hormones in utero, in the egg, or in the seed. In birds, mothers deposit substantial testosterone ... The American Naturalist. University of Groningen.
2019. Clay, Patrick A., Dhir, Kailash, Rudolf, Volker H.W., Duffy, Meghan A., and Rudolf, Volker H. W. Coinfection of host populations alters pathogen prevalence, host mortality, and pathogen evolution. Because pathogens compete for limiting resource... The American Naturalist. Rice University and University of Michigan-Ann Arbor.
2019. Archibald, Devan W., McAdam, Andrew G., Boutin, Stan, Fletcher, Quinn E., and Humphries, Murray M. Predator satiation resulting from interannual reproductive synchrony has been widely documented in masting plants, but how reproductive synchrony w... The American Naturalist. McGill University, University of Guelph, and University of Alberta.
820. Data from: Workforce effects and the evolution of complex sociality in wild Damaraland mole rats
2019. Young, Andrew John, Jarvis, Jennifer U. M., Barnaville, James, and Bennett, Nigel C. Explaining the evolution of eusocial and cooperatively breeding societies demands that we understand the effects of workforce size on the reproduct... The American Naturalist.