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  • research data . 2016
    Open Access
    Authors:
    Chan, Nicholas R.;
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    Publisher: Dryad

    The robusticity of the weight-bearing limbs of large terrestrial animals is expected to increase at a more rapid rate than in their smaller relatives. This scaling has been hypothesized to allow large species to maintain stresses in the limb bones that are similar to th...

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  • research data . 2012
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    Authors:
    Kozak, Genevieve M.; Head, Megan L.; Lackey, Alycia C. R.; Boughman, Janette W.; Head, M. L.; Kozak, G. M.; Lackey, A. C. R.; Boughman, J. W.;
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    Sequential mate choice strategies predict how females should alter their choosiness based on the availability of attractive males. While there are many studies on sequential mate choice within species, few have asked if females apply these strategies to interactions bet...

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  • research data . 2017
    Open Access
    Authors:
    Afkhami, Michelle E.; Mahler, D. Luke; Burns, Jean H.; Weber, Marjorie G.; Wojciechowski, Martin F.; Sprent, Janet; Strauss, Sharon Y.; Luke Mahler, D.;
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    Publisher: Dryad Digital Repository

    How species interactions shape global biodiversity and influence diversification is a central – but also data-hungry – question in evolutionary ecology. Microbially-based mutualisms are widespread and could cause diversification by ameliorating stress and thus allowing ...

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  • research data . 2014 . Embargo End Date: 03 Jun 2014
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    Authors:
    Larsen, Peter A.; Campbell, C. Ryan; Yoder, Anne D.; Larsen, P. A.; Campbell, C. R.; Yoder, A. D.;
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    Publisher: Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS)

    High-throughput sequencing platforms are generating massive amounts of genomic data from nonmodel species, and these data sets are valuable resources that can be mined to advance a number of research areas. An example is the growing amount of transcriptome data that all...

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  • research data . 2016
    Authors:
    Lauridsen, Henrik; Hansen, Kasper; Nørgård, Mathias Ø.; Wang, Tobias; Pedersen, Michael;
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    Publisher: Dryad Digital Repository

    Interactive PDF model of Rana temporaria head. To activate the 3D feature click the model. Using the cursor it is now possible to rotate, zoom, pan the model and in the model tree all segments of the model can be turned on/off or made transparent.

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  • research data . 2015
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    Authors:
    Turissini, David A.; Liu, Geoffrey; David, Jean R.; Matute, Daniel R.; Turissini, D. A.; Liu, G.; Matute, D. R.; David, J. R.;
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    Publisher: Dryad

    In the Drosophila melanogaster subgroup, the yakuba species complex, D. yakuba, D. santomea and D. teissieri have identical mitochondrial genomes in spite of nuclear differentiation. The first two species can be readily hybridized in the laboratory, and produce fertile ...

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  • research data . 2014
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    Authors:
    Osborne, Megan J.; Perkin, Joshuah S.; Gido, Keith B.; Turner, Tom F.; Turner, Thomas F.;
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    Publisher: Dryad Digital Repository

    We used comparative landscape genetics to examine the relative roles of historical events, intrinsic traits, and landscape factors in determining the distribution of genetic diversity of river fishes across the North American Great Plains. Spatial patterns of diversity ...

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  • research data . 2011
    Open Access
    Authors:
    Gazis, Romina; Rehner, Stephen; Chaverri, Priscila;
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    The estimation of species diversity in fungal endophyte communities is based either on species counts or the assignment of operational taxonomic units (OTUs). Consequently, the application of different species recognition criteria affects not only diversity estimates bu...

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  • research data . 2015
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    Authors:
    Minnaar, Corneile; Boyles, Justin G.; Minnaar, Ingrid A.; Sole, Catherine L.; McKechnie, Andrew E.;
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    Publisher: Dryad Digital Repository

    1. Artificial night-lighting threatens to disrupt strongly conserved light-dependent processes in animals and may have cascading effects on ecosystems as species interactions become altered. Insectivorous bats and their prey have been involved in a nocturnal, coevolutio...

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  • research data . 2016 . Embargo End Date: 07 Jun 2016
    Open Access
    Authors:
    Burns, Mercedes; Shultz, Jeffrey W.;
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    Publisher: Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS)

    Diversity in reproductive structures is frequently explained by selection acting at individual to generational timescales, but interspecific differences predicted by such models (e.g., female choice or sexual conflict) are often untestable in a phylogenetic framework. A...

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