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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.
2. A non-vector herbivore indirectly increases the transmission of a vector-borne virus by reducing plant chemical defenses
2020. Su, Qi, Yang, Fengbo, Yao, Qixi, Peng, Zhengke, Tong, Hong, Wang, Shaoli, Xie, Wen, Wu, Qingjun, and Zhang, Youjun. Vectors and viruses exist in communities consisting of many interacting species. Although the cascading effects of predators or parasitoids on dise... Functional Ecology. Yangtze University and Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences.
2019. Bashevkin, Samuel, Christy, John, and Morgan, Steven. Morphological defenses of plankton can include armor, spines, and coloration. Spines defend from gape-limited fish predators while pigmentation inc... Functional Ecology. University of California, Davis and Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute.
4. Agricultural intensification reduces plant taxonomic and functional diversity across European arable systems.
2020. Carmona, Carlos P, Guerrero, Irene, Peco, Bego?a, Morales, Manuel B., Onate, Juan J, P?rt, Tomas, Tscharntke, Teja, Liira, Jaan, Aavik, Tsipe, Emmerson, Mark, Berendse, Frank, Ceryngier, Piotr, Bretagnolle, Vincent, Weisser, Wolfgang, and Bengtsson, Jan. 1. Agricultural intensification is one of the main drivers of species loss worldwide, but there is still a lack of information about its effect on ... Functional Ecology. University of Tartu, INEA Agricultural Engineering School*, Autonomous University of Madrid, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, University of G?ttingen, Institute for Global Food Security*, Wageningen University & Research, Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw, University of La Rochelle, and Technical University Munich.
5. An emerging fungal pathogen is associated with increased resting metabolic rate and total evaporative water loss rate in a winter‐active snake
2019. Agugliaro, Joseph, Lind, Craig M., Lorch, Jeffrey M., and Farrell, Terence M. 1. Energy allocation tradeoffs associated with mounting metabolically costly immune responses may serve as sublethal mechanisms by which pathogens ... Functional Ecology. Fairleigh Dickinson University, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, National Wildlife Health Center, and Stetson University.
2020. Zhou, Aiming, Du, Yuzhe, and Chen, Jian. 1. Ants are among a few invertebrates that can use certain tools. For example, some ants can use debris and soil grains to transport liquid food. A... Functional Ecology. Huazhong Agricultural University, United States Department of Agriculture, and USDA-ARS*.
2019. Maggi, Elena, Bongiorni, Lucia, Fontanini, Debora, Capocchi, Antonella, Dal Bello, Martina, Giacomelli, Andrea, and Benedetti-Cecchi, Lisandro. 1. Artificial light at night (ALAN) is one of the most recently recognized sources of anthropogenic disturbance, with potentially severe effects on... Functional Ecology. University of Pisa, Institut de Ciències del Mar, Cambridge–MIT Institute, and Pibinko.
8. Behavioural complementarity among frugivorous birds and lizards can promote plant diversity in island ecosystems
2019. Morán López, Teresa, González Castro, Aarón, Morales, Juan Manuel, and Nogales Hidalgo, Manuel. The behavioural complementarity of fruit-eating animals is thought to exert a key role in plant community assembly. However, a mechanistic understa... Functional Ecology. National Scientific and Technical Research Council and Island Ecology and Evolution Research Group (CSIC-IPNA), C/ Astrofísico Francisco Sánchez no 3, E38206 La Laguna, Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain.
2019. Friesen, Maren, Porter, Stephanie, Bantay, Roxanne, Friel, Colleen, Gdanetz, Kristi, Moore, Bethany, Shetty, Prateek, Siler, Eleanor, and Friesen, Maren. 1. Global climate change and shifting land-use are increasing plant stress due to abiotic factors such as drought, heat, salinity and cold, as wel... Functional Ecology. Washington State University and Michigan State University.
10. Biodiversity components mediate the response to forest loss and the effect on ecological processes of plant-frugivore assemblages
2020. Pe?a, Rocío, Schleuning, Matthias, Donoso, Isabel, Rodríguez-Pérez, Javier, Dalerum, Fredrik, and García, Daniel. 1. Anthropogenic disturbances are jeopardizing ecosystem functioning globally. Yet we know very little about the effect of human impacts on ecologi... Functional Ecology. University of Oviedo, Senckenberg Biodiversity Climate Research Centre*, and University of Pau and Pays de l'Adour.