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    1. Cheptou, PO; Lepart, J; Escarre, J
      Differential outcrossing rates in dispersing and non-dispersing achenes inthe heterocarpic plant Crepis sancta (Asteraceae)

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    2. Warren, J; Topping, C
      Trait evolution in an individual-based model of herbaceous vegetation

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    3. Medel, R
      Assessment of correlational selection on tolerance and resistance traits in a host plant-parasitic plant interaction

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    4. Cuervo, JJ; Moller, AP
      Components of phenotypic variation in avian ornamental and non-ornamental feathers

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    5. Line, SRP
      Molecular strategies in the evolution of mammalian dental patterning

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    6. Groom, MJ; Preuninger, TE
      Inbreeding depression is not diminished in isolated subpopulations of Clarkia concinna concinna (Onagraceae). (vol 14, pg 155, 2000)

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    7. Kirchner, JW; Roy, BA
      Evolutionary implications of host-pathogen specificity: the fitness consequences of host life history traits

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    8. Cubo, J; Arthur, W
      Patterns of correlated character evolution in flightless birds: a phylogenetic approach

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    9. Okamoto, K; Matsumura, S
      The evolution of punishment and apology: an iterated prisoner's dilemma model

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    10. Pakkasmaa, S; Piironen, J
      Water velocity shapes juvenile salmonids

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    11. Huber, H; During, HJ
      No long-term costs of meristem allocation to flowering in stoloniferous Trifolium species

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    12. Hodara, K; Busch, M; Kittlein, MJ; Kravetz, FO
      Density-dependent habitat selection between maize cropfields and their borders in two rodent species (Akodon azarae and Calomys laucha) of Pampean agroecosystems

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    13. Vertainen, L; Alatalo, RV; Mappes, J; Parri, S
      Sexual differences in growth strategies of the wolf spider Hygrolycosa rubrofasciata

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    14. Axen, AH
      Variation in behavior of lycaenid larvae when attended by different ant species

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    15. Blanckenhorn, WU
      Temperature effects on egg size and their fitness consequences in the yellow dung fly Scathophaga stercoraria

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    16. Milks, ML; Myers, JH
      The development of larval resistance to a nucleopolyhedrovirus is not accompanied by an increased virulence in the virus

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    17. Juenger, T; Lennartsson, T
      Tolerance in plant ecology and evolution: toward a more unified theory of plant-herbivore interaction - Preface

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    18. Chase, JM; Leibold, MA; Simms, E
      Plant tolerance and resistance in food webs: community-level predictions and evolutionary implications

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    19. Lehtila, K
      Modelling compensatory regrowth with bud dormancy and gradual activation of buds

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    20. Weis, AE; Simms, EL; Hochberg, ME
      Will plant vigor and tolerance be genetically correlated? Effects of intrinsic growth rate and self-limitation on regrowth

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    21. Huhta, AP; Hellstrom, K; Rautio, P; Tuomi, J
      A test of the compensatory continuum: fertilization increases and below-ground competition decreases the grazing tolerance of tall wormseed mustard (Erysimum strictum)

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    22. Huhta, AP; Lennartsson, T; Tuomi, J; Rautio, P; Laine, K
      Tolerance of Gentianella campestris in relation to damage intensity: an interplay between apical dominance and herbivory

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    23. Juenger, T; Lennartsson, T; Tuomi, J
      The evolution of tolerance to damage in Gentianella campestris: natural selection and the quantitative genetics of tolerance

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    24. Roy, BA; Kirchner, JW; Christian, CE; Rose, LE
      High disease incidence and apparent disease tolerance in a North American Great Basin plant community

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    25. Van Der Meijden, E; De Boer, NJ; Van Der Veen-Van Wijk, CAM
      Pattern of storage and regrowth in ragwort

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    26. Pilson, D
      The evolution of plant response to herbivory: simultaneously considering resistance and tolerance in Brassica rapa

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    27. Mauricio, R
      Natural selection and the joint evolution of toleranceand resistance as plant defenses

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    28. Hochwender, CG; Fritz, RS; Orians, CM
      Using hybrid systems to explore the evolution of tolerance to damage

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    29. Tiffin, P
      Mechanisms of tolerance to herbivore damage: what do we know?

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    30. Kotanen, PM; Rosenthal, JP
      Tolerating herbivory: does the plant care if the herbivore has a backbone?

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    31. Haukioja, E; Koricheva, J
      Tolerance to herbivory in woody vs. herbaceous plants

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    32. Simms, EL
      Defining tolerance as a norm of reaction

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    33. Groom, MJ; Preuninger, TE
      Population type can influence the magnitude of inbreeding depression in Clarkia concinna (Onagraceae)

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    34. McCauley, DE; Olson, MS; Taylor, DR
      An association between chloroplast DNA haplotypeand gender in a plant metapopulation

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    35. Pannell, JR
      A hypothesis for the evolution of androdioecy: the joint influence of reproductive assurance and local mate competition in a metapopulation

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    36. de Jong, TJ; Klinkhamer, PGL; de Heiden, JLH
      The evolution of generation time in metapopulations of monocarpic perennial plants: some theoretical considerations and the example of the rare thistle Carlina vulgaris

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    37. Ronce, O; Perret, F; Olivieri, I
      Landscape dynamics and evolution of colonizer syndromes: interactions between reproductive effortand dispersal in a metapopulation

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    38. Burdon, JJ; Thrall, PH
      Coevolution at multiple spatial scales: Linum marginale-Melampsora lini - from the individual to the species

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    39. Huh, MK; Huh, HW
      Genetic diversity and population structure of Juniperus rigida (Cupressaceae) and Juniperus coreana

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    40. Koskela, E; Juutistenaho, P; Mappes, T; Oksanen, TA
      Offspring defence in relation to litter size and age: Experiment in the bank vole Clethrionomys glareolus

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    41. Niva, T; Jokela, J
      Phenotypic correlation of juvenile growth rate between different consecutive foraging environments in a salmonid fish: a field experiment

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    42. Lochmiller, RL; Ditchkoff, SS; Sinclair, JA
      Developmental plasticity of postweanling cotton rats (Sigmodon hispidus) as an adaptation to nutritionally stochastic environments

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    43. Figuerola, J; Green, AJ
      Haematozoan parasites and migratory behaviour in waterfowl

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    44. Palmqvist, E; Lundberg, P; Jonzen, N
      Linking resource matching and dispersal

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    45. Plenet, S; Hervant, F; Joly, P
      Ecology of the hybridogenetic Rana esculenta complex: Differential oxygen requirements of tadpoles

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    46. Forsman, A
      Some like it hot: Intra-population variation in behavioral thermoregulation in color-polymorphic pygmy grasshoppers

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    47. McLoughlin, PD; Ferguson, SH; Messier, F
      Intraspecific variation in home range overlap with habitat quality: A comparison among brown bear populations

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    48. Tsai, ML; Li, JJ; Dai, CF
      Is large body size always advantageous for terrestrial adaptation? A studyof water balance in a semi-terrestrial crab, Sesarmops intermedium (Crustacea : Grapsidae)

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    49. Murphy, EJ; Rodhouse, PG
      Rapid selection effects in a short-lived semelparous squid species exposedto exploitation: inferences from the optimisation of life-history functions

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    50. Glazier, DS
      Trade-offs between reproductive and somatic (storage) investments in animals: a comparative test of the Van Noordwijk and De Jong model

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    51. Loew, SS
      Sex-biased dispersal in eastern chipmunks, Tamias striatus

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    52. Gamberale-Stille, G; Tullberg, BS
      Experienced chicks show biased avoidance of stronger signals: an experiment with natural colour variation in live aposematic prey

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    53. Storch, D; Frynta, D
      Evolution of habitat selection: stochastic acquisition of cognitive clues?

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    54. Ylikarjula, J; Heino, M; Dieckmann, U
      Ecology and adaptation of stunted growth in fish

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    55. Poulin, R
      Speciation and diversification of parasite lineages: an analysis of congeneric parasite species in vertebrates

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    56. Huse, G; Strand, E; Giske, J
      Implementing behaviour in individual-based models using neural networks and genetic algorithms

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    57. Bonnet, X; Naulleau, G; Shine, R; Lourdais, O
      What is the appropriate timescale for measuring costs of reproduction in a'capital breeder' such as the aspic viper?

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    58. Pitt, WC
      Effects of multiple vertebrate predators on grasshopper habitat selection:trade-offs due to predation risk, foraging, and thermoregulation

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    59. Tsai, ML; Li, JJ; Dai, CF
      Why selection favors protandrous sex change for the parasitic isopod, Ichthyoxenus fushanensis (Isopoda : Cymothoidae)

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    60. Riessen, HP
      Chaoborus predation and delayed reproduction in Daphnia: a demographic modeling approach

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    61. Neubauer, RL
      Super-normal length song preferences of female zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata) and a theory of the evolution of bird song

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    62. Scharer, L; Wedekind, C
      Lifetime reproductive output in a hermaphrodite cestode when reproducing alone or in pairs: a time cost of pairing

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    63. Blanckenhorn, WU
      Different growth responses to temperature and resource limitation in threefly species with similar life histories

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    64. Eriksson, O; Jakobsson, A
      Recruitment trade-offs and the evolution of dispersal mechanisms in plants

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    65. Plantegenest, M; Kindlmann, P
      Evolutionarily stable strategies of migration in heterogeneous environments

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    66. Hardling, R; Jormalainen, V; Tuomi, J
      Fighting costs stabilize aggressive behavior in intersexual conflicts

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    67. Sekino, T; Yamamura, N
      Diel vertical migration of zooplankton: optimum migrating schedule based on energy accumulation

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    68. Cuervo, JJ; Moller, AP
      Evolutionary rates of secondary sexual and non-sexual characters among birds

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    69. Karkkainen, K; Savolainen, O; Koski, V
      Why do plants abort so many developing seeds: bad offspring or bad maternal genotypes?

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    70. Stoks, R; De Block, M; Van Gossum, H; De Bruyn, L
      Phenotypic shifts caused by predation: selection or life-history shifts?

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    71. Forsman, A; Merilaita, S
      Fearful symmetry: pattern size and asymmetry affects aposematic signal efficacy

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    72. Rosenheim, JA
      Characterizing the cost of oviposition in insects: a dynamic model

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    73. Richter, TA
      The effects of density-dependent offspring mortality on the synchrony of reproduction

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    74. Fanara, JJ; Fontdevila, A; Hasson, E
      Oviposition preference and life history traits in cactophilic Drosophila koepferae and D-buzzatii in association with their natural hosts

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    75. Nishimura, K; Hoshino, N
      Evolution of cannibalism in the larval stage of pelagic fish

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    76. Dupas, S; Carton, Y
      Two non-linked genes for specific virulence of Leptopilina boulardi against Drosophila melanogaster and D-yakuba

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    77. Bond, WJ; Maze, KE
      Survival costs and reproductive benefits of floral display in a sexually dimorphic dioecious shrub, Leucadendron xanthoconus

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    78. Bourke, P; Magnan, P; Rodriguez, MA
      Phenotypic responses of lacustrine brook charr in relation to the intensity of interspecific competition

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    79. Ueno, T
      Host-feeding and acceptance by a parasitic wasp (Hymenoptera : Ichneumonidae) as influenced by egg load and experience in a patch

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    80. Petit, C; Thompson, JD
      Species diversity and ecological range in relation to ploidy level in the flora of the Pyrenees

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    81. Agnew, P; Koella, JC
      Life history interactions with environmental conditions in a host-parasiterelationship and the parasite's mode of transmission

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    82. Monkkonen, M; Hardling, R; Forsman, JT; Tuomi, J
      Evolution of heterospecific attraction: using other species as cues in habitat selection

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    83. MCGREGOR R
      EVOLUTION OF LIFE-HISTORY TIMING IN A LEAFMINING MOTH - PHENOTYPIC SELECTION IN PATCHES WITH MANIPULATED DEVELOPMENT TIME

      Evolutionary ecology
    84. UENO T
      ADAPTIVENESS OF SEX-RATIO CONTROL BY THE PUPAL PARASITOID ITOPLECTIS-NARANYAE (HYMENOPTERA, ICHNEUMONIDAE) IN RESPONSE TO HOST SIZE

      Evolutionary ecology
    85. TREGENZA T; THOMPSON DJ
      UNEQUAL COMPETITOR IDEAL FREE DISTRIBUTION IN FISH

      Evolutionary ecology
    86. AUGNER M; BERNAYS EA
      PLANT DEFENSE SIGNALS AND BATESIAN MIMICRY

      Evolutionary ecology
    87. OKUDA N; TAYASU I; YANAGISAWA Y
      DETERMINATE GROWTH IN A PATERNAL MOUTHBROODING FISH WHOSE REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS IS LIMITED BY BUCCAL CAPACITY

      Evolutionary ecology
    88. BOUSKILA A; ROBINSON ME; ROITBERG BD; TENHUMBERG B
      LIFE-HISTORY DECISIONS UNDER PREDATION RISK - IMPORTANCE OF A GAME PERSPECTIVE

      Evolutionary ecology
    89. MORAND S; POULIN R
      DENSITY, BODY-MASS AND PARASITE SPECIES RICHNESS OF TERRESTRIAL MAMMALS

      Evolutionary ecology
    90. ANHOLT BR; WERNER EE
      PREDICTABLE CHANGES IN PREDATION MORTALITY AS A CONSEQUENCE OF CHANGES IN FOOD AVAILABILITY AND PREDATION RISK

      Evolutionary ecology
    91. KOKKO H
      GOOD GENES, OLD-AGE AND LIFE-HISTORY TRADE-OFFS

      Evolutionary ecology
    92. BARRACLOUGH TG; NEE S; HARVEY PH
      SISTER-GROUP ANALYSIS IN IDENTIFYING CORRELATES OF DIVERSIFICATION - COMMENT

      Evolutionary ecology
    93. GRUNBAUM D
      SCHOOLING AS A STRATEGY FOR TAXIS IN A NOISY ENVIRONMENT

      Evolutionary ecology
    94. VANBAAREN J; BOIVIN G
      GENOTYPIC AND KIN DISCRIMINATION IN A SOLITARY HYMENOPTEROUS PARASITOID - IMPLICATIONS FOR SPECIATION

      Evolutionary ecology
    95. BERRIGAN D; SEGER J
      INFORMATION AND ALLOMETRY

      Evolutionary ecology
    96. CLARK BR; FAETH SH
      THE EVOLUTION OF EGG CLUSTERING IN BUTTERFLIES - A TEST OF THE EGG DESICCATION HYPOTHESIS

      Evolutionary ecology
    97. DAEHLER CC
      VARIATION IN SELF-FERTILITY AND THE REPRODUCTIVE ADVANTAGE OF SELF-FERTILITY FOR AN INVADING PLANT (SPARTINA-ALTERNIFLORA)

      Evolutionary ecology
    98. MCCALL RA; NEE S; HARVEY PH
      THE ROLE OF WING LENGTH IN THE EVOLUTION OF AVIAN FLIGHTLESSNESS

      Evolutionary ecology
    99. THORPE JE; MANGEL M; METCALFE NB; HUNTINGFORD FA
      MODELING THE PROXIMATE BASIS OF SALMONID LIFE-HISTORY VARIATION, WITHAPPLICATION TO ATLANTIC SALMON, SALMO-SALAR L

      Evolutionary ecology
    100. KOOPS MA; ABRAHAMS MV
      LIFE-HISTORY AND THE FITNESS CONSEQUENCES OF IMPERFECT INFORMATION

      Evolutionary ecology


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