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2020. Morel-Journel, Thibaut. Phenotypic plasticity is increasingly recognized as a key element of eco-evolutionary dynamics, but it remains challenging to assess because of its... Functional Ecology. Oniris.
2020. Bonamour, Suzanne, Chevin, Luis-Miguel, Reale, Denis, Teplitsky, Celine, and Charmantier, Anne. Life-history traits are often plastic in response to environmental factors such as temperature or precipitation, and they also vary with age in man... Journal of Animal Ecology. University of Montpellier and University of Quebec at Montreal.
3. Appearance before performance? Nutritional constraints on life‐history traits, but not warning signal expression in aposematic moths
2019. Lindstedt, Carita, Suisto, Kaisa, and Mappes, Johanna. 1. Trade-offs have been shown to play an important role in the divergence of mating strategies and sexual ornamentation, but their importance in ex... Journal of Animal Ecology. University of Jyv?skyl?.
2020. Westneat, David, Araya-Ajoy, Yimen, Allegue, Hassen, Class, Barbara, Dingemanse, Niels, Dochtermann, Ned, Garamszegi, Laszlo, Martin, Julien, Nakagawa, Shinichi, Reale, Denis, and Schielzeth, Holger. 1. Animal ecologists often collect hierarchically-structured data and analyze these with linear mixed-effects models. Specific complications arise ... Journal of Animal Ecology. University of Kentucky, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, University of Quebec at Montreal, University of the Sunshine Coast, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, North Dakota State University, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, University of Ottawa, University of New South Wales, and Bielefeld University.
5. Contrasting latitudinal clines of nematode diversity in Spartina alterniflora saltmarshes between native and introduced ranges
2020. Wu, Jihua, Zhang, Youzheng, Li, Bo, and Pennings, Steven. Aim: Introduced species may display or foster novel latitudinal clines because they are not well adapted to their new habitats. We tested the hypot... Diversity and Distributions. Fudan University and University of Houston.
6. Data and code from: Phenotypic memory drives population growth and extinction risk in a noisy environment
2019. Rescan, Marie, Grulois, Daphné, Ortega-Aboud, Enrique, and Chevin, Luis-Miguel. Random environmental fluctuations pose major threats?to wild populations. As patterns of environmental noise are themselves altered by global chang... Nature Ecology & Evolution. Centre d'Ecologie Fonctionnelle et Evolutive.
7. Data from: A benign juvenile environment reduces the strength of antagonistic pleiotropy and genetic variation in the rate of senescence
2016. Kim, Sin-Yeon, Metcalfe, Neil B., and Velando, Alberto. 1. The environment can play an important role in the evolution of senescence because the optimal allocation between somatic maintenance and reprodu... Journal of Animal Ecology. University of Vigo and University of Glasgow.
8. Data from: A case for a joint strategy of diversified bet hedging and plasticity in the pea aphid wing polyphenism
2016. Grantham, Mary E., Antonio, Chris J., O'Neil, Brian R., Zhan, Yi Xiang, and Brisson, Jennifer A. Phenotypic plasticity and diversified bet hedging are strategies for coping with variable environments. Plasticity is favoured when an organism can... Biology Letters. University of Rochester.
9. Data from: A competitive environment influences sperm production, but not testes tissue composition, in house mice
2018. Firman, Renée C., Garcia-Gonzalez, Francisco, Simmons, Leigh W., and Andre, Goncalo I. Due to the physiological cost of sperm production, males are expected to be prudent in their expenditure and adjust their investment according to c... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Western Australia.
10. Data from: A context-dependent induction of natal habitat preference in a generalist herbivorous insect
2017. Lhomme, Patrick, Carrasco, David, Larsson, Mattias, Hansson, Bill, and Anderson, Peter. In many species adults exploit sensory information experienced in their natal habitat when searching for resources. This behavioral plasticity may ... Behavioral Ecology. Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology and Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.