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    1. Negovetic, S; Anholt, BR; Semlitsch, RD; Reyer, HU
      Specific responses of sexual and hybridogenetic European waterfrog tadpoles to temperature

      ECOLOGY
    2. Taylor, HL; Walker, JM; Cordes, JE
      Ecological patterns of body-size and clutch-size variation in the parthenogenetic teiid lizard Cnemidophorus tesselatus

      HERPETOLOGICA
    3. Schmid, J; Herd, S; Hunter, PR; Cannon, RD; Yasin, MSM; Samad, S; Carr, M; Parr, D; McKinney, W; Schousboe, M; Harris, B; Ikram, R; Harris, M; Restrepo, A; Hoyos, G; Singh, KP
      Evidence for a general-purpose genotype in Candida albicans, highly prevalent in multiple geographical regions, patient types and types of infection

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    4. Yin, Y; Geiger, W; Martens, K
      Effects of genotype and environment on phenotypic variability in Limnocythere inopinata (Crustacea : Ostracoda)

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    5. JACOBSEN R; FORBES VE
      CLONAL VARIATION IN LIFE-HISTORY TRAITS AND FEEDING RATES IN THE GASTROPOD, POTAMOPYRGUS-ANTIPODARUM - PERFORMANCE ACROSS A SALINITY GRADIENT

      Functional ecology
    6. SEMLITSCH RD; HOTZ H; GUEX GD
      COMPETITION AMONG TADPOLES OF COEXISTING HEMICLONES OF HYBRIDOGENETICRANA-ESCULENTA - SUPPORT FOR THE FROZEN NICHE VARIATION MODEL

      Evolution
    7. FOX JA; DYBDAHL MF; JOKELA J; LIVELY CM
      GENETIC-STRUCTURE OF COEXISTING SEXUAL AND CLONAL SUBPOPULATIONS IN AFRESH-WATER SNAIL (POTAMOPYRGUS-ANTIPODARUM)

      Evolution
    8. WALTER DE; LINDQUIST EE
      THE DISTRIBUTIONS OF PARTHENOGENETIC ASCID MITES (ACARI, PARASITIFORMES) DO NOT SUPPORT THE BIOTIC UNCERTAINTY HYPOTHESIS

      Experimental & applied acarology


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