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    1. Sloman, KA; Metcalfe, NB; Taylor, AC; Gilmour, KM
      Plasma cortisol concentrations before and after social stress in rainbow trout and brown trout

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL ZOOLOGY
    2. Mangel, M; Stamps, J
      Trade-offs between growth and mortality and the maintenance of individual variation in growth

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY RESEARCH
    3. Buunk, BP; Dijkstra, P; Kenrick, DT; Warntjes, A
      Age preferences for mates as related to gender, own age, and involvement level

      EVOLUTION AND HUMAN BEHAVIOR
    4. Spencer, M; Colegrave, N; Schwartz, SS
      Hatching fraction and timing of resting stage production in seasonal environments: effects of density dependence and uncertain season length

      JOURNAL OF EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
    5. Barendse, J; Chown, SL
      Abundance and seasonality of mid-altitude fellfield arthropods from MarionIsland

      POLAR BIOLOGY
    6. Mazzoldi, C; Rasotto, MB
      Extended breeding season in the marbled goby, Pomatoschistus marmoratus (Teleostei : Gobiidae), in the Venetian Lagoon

      ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY OF FISHES
    7. Macho, GA
      Primate molar crown formation times and life history evolution revisited

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY
    8. Strier, KB; Mendes, SL; Santos, RR
      Timing of births in sympatric brown howler monkeys (Alouatta fusca clamitans) and northern muriquis (Brachyteles arachnoides hypoxanthus)

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY
    9. Merigoux, S; Doledec, S; Statzner, B
      Species traits in relation to habitat variability and state: neotropical juvenile fish in floodplain creeks

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    10. Hart, MM; Reader, RJ; Klironomos, JN
      Life-history strategies of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in relation to their successional dynamics

      MYCOLOGIA
    11. O'Connor, TP
      Comparing episodic, chronic, fishing, and non-fishing impacts on resource populations

      MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN
    12. Flynn, SR; Nakashima, BS; Burton, MPM
      Direct assessment of post-spawning survival of female capelin, Mallotus villosus

      JOURNAL OF THE MARINE BIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION OF THE UNITED KINGDOM
    13. McCarthy, ID
      Competitive ability is related to metabolic asymmetry in juvenile rainbow trout

      JOURNAL OF FISH BIOLOGY
    14. North, AW
      Early life history strategies of notothenioids at South Georgia

      JOURNAL OF FISH BIOLOGY
    15. Sloman, KA; Taylor, AC; Metcalfe, NB; Gilmour, KM
      Effects of an environmental perturbation on the social behaviour and physiological function of brown trout

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    16. Sutherland, EK; Hale, BJ; Hix, DM
      Defining species guilds in the Central Hardwood Forest, USA

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    17. Wilson, JB; Chiarucci, A
      Do plant communities exist? Evidence from scaling-up local species-area relations to the regional level

      JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE
    18. De Leaniz, CG; Fraser, N; Huntingford, FA
      Variability in performance in wild Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., fry from a single redd

      FISHERIES MANAGEMENT AND ECOLOGY
    19. Smith, HG; Hardling, R
      Clutch size evolution under sexual conflict enhances the stability of mating systems

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    20. Levitan, DR
      Sperm velocity and longevity trade off each other and influence fertilization in the sea urchin Lytechinus variegatus

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    21. Sloman, KA; Motherwell, G; O'Connor, KI; Taylor, AC
      The effect of social stress on the Standard Metabolic Rate (SMR) of brown trout, Salmo trutta

      FISH PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    22. Diamond, SL; Cowell, LG; Crowder, LB
      Population effects of shrimp trawl bycatch on Atlantic croaker

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES AND AQUATIC SCIENCES
    23. Hofmann, HA; Fernald, RD
      Social status controls somatostatin neuron size and growth

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    24. Stoeck, T; Przybos, E; Kusch, J; Schmidt, HJ
      Intra-species differentiation and level of inbreeding of different siblingspecies of the Paramecium aurelia complex

      ACTA PROTOZOOLOGICA
    25. Robertson, AL
      Lotic meiofaunal community dynamics: colonisation, resilience and persistence in a spatially and temporally heterogeneous environment

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    26. O'Connor, KI; Taylor, AC; Metcalfe, NB
      The stability of standard metabolic rate during a period of food deprivation in juvenile Atlantic salmon

      JOURNAL OF FISH BIOLOGY
    27. Rikardsen, AH; Elliott, JM
      Variations in juvenile growth, energy allocation and life-history strategies of two populations of Arctic charr in North Norway

      JOURNAL OF FISH BIOLOGY
    28. Casas, J; Nisbet, RM; Swarbrick, S; Murdoch, WW
      Eggload dynamics and oviposition rate in a wild population of a parasitic wasp

      JOURNAL OF ANIMAL ECOLOGY
    29. Lively, CM; Hazel, WN; Schellenberger, MJ; Michelson, KS
      Predator-induced defense: Variation for inducibility in an intertidal barnacle

      ECOLOGY
    30. Zobel, M; Otsus, M; Liira, J; Moora, M; Mols, T
      Is small-scale species richness limited by seed availability or microsite availability?

      ECOLOGY
    31. Ribeiro, F; Cowx, IG; Collares-Pereira, MJ
      Life history traits of the endangered Iberian cyprinid Anaecypris hispanica and their implications for conservation

      ARCHIV FUR HYDROBIOLOGIE
    32. Blom, CWPM
      Adaptations to flooding stress: From plant community to molecule

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    33. Kindlmann, P; Dixon, AFG
      Generation time ratios - Determinants of prey abundance in insect predator-prey interactions

      BIOLOGICAL CONTROL
    34. Kause, A; Saloniemi, I; Haukioja, E; Hanhimaki, S
      How to become large quickly: quantitative genetics of growth and foraging in a flush feeding lepidopteran larva

      JOURNAL OF EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
    35. Birkemoe, T; Leinaas, HP
      Reproductive biology of the arctic collembolan Hypogastrura tullbergi

      ECOGRAPHY
    36. Reinhardt, UG
      Predation risk breaks size-dependent dominance in juvenile coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) and provides growth opportunities for risk-prone individuals

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES AND AQUATIC SCIENCES
    37. Wood, CC; Foote, CJ; Rutherford, DT
      Ecological interactions between juveniles of reproductively isolated anadromous and non-anadromous morphs of sockeye salmon, Oncorhynchus nerka, sharing the same nursery lake

      ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY OF FISHES
    38. Nicieza, AG; Metcalfe, NB
      Costs of rapid growth: the risk of aggression is higher for fast-growing salmon

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    39. Cutts, CJ; Brembs, B; Metcalfe, NB; Taylor, AC
      Prior residence, territory quality and life-history strategies in juvenileAtlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.)

      JOURNAL OF FISH BIOLOGY
    40. Forseth, T; Naesje, TF; Jonsson, B; Harsaker, K
      Juvenile migration in brown trout: a consequence of energetic state

      JOURNAL OF ANIMAL ECOLOGY
    41. Reinhardt, UG; Healey, MC
      Season- and size-dependent risk taking in juvenile coho salmon: experimental evaluation of asset protection

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    42. DOYON F; BOUCHARD A; GAGNON D
      TREE PRODUCTIVITY AND SUCCESSIONAL STATUS IN QUEBEC NORTHERN HARDWOODS

      Ecoscience
    43. Lawrence, JM; Bazhin, A
      Life-history strategies and the potential of sea urchins for aquaculture

      JOURNAL OF SHELLFISH RESEARCH
    44. Loehle, C
      Height growth rate tradeoffs determine northern and southern range limits for trees

      JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY
    45. BLABER SJM; STAUNTONSMITH J; MILTON DA; FRY G; VANDERVELDE T; PANG J; WONG P; BOONTECK O
      THE BIOLOGY AND LIFE-HISTORY STRATEGIES OF ILISHA (TELEOSTEI, PRISTIGASTERIDAE) IN THE COASTAL WATERS AND ESTUARIES OF SARAWAK

      Estuarine, coastal and shelf science (Print)
    46. RASMUSSEN JL; RAJECKI DW; EBERT AA; LAGLER K; BREWER C; COCHRAN E
      AGE PREFERENCES IN PERSONAL ADVERTISEMENTS - 2 LIFE-HISTORY STRATEGIES OR ONE MATCHING TACTIC

      Journal of social and personal relationships
    47. CASTRO JJ; CABALLERO C
      DOMINANCE STRUCTURE IN SMALL-GROUPS OF JUVENILE WHITE-SEABREAM (DIPLODUS SARGUS CADENATI DE LA-PAZ, BAUCHOT AND DAGET 1974)

      Aggressive behavior
    48. WESTOBY M
      A LEAF-HEIGHT-SEED (LHS) PLANT ECOLOGY STRATEGY SCHEME

      Plant and soil
    49. BIRKEMOE T; SOMME L
      POPULATION-DYNAMICS OF 2 COLLEMBOLAN SPECIES IN AN ARCTIC TUNDRA

      Pedobiologia
    50. CASTRODIEZ P; PUYRAVAUD JP; CORNELISSEN JHC; VILLARSALVADOR P
      STEM ANATOMY AND RELATIVE GROWTH-RATE IN SEEDLINGS OF A WIDE-RANGE OFWOODY PLANT-SPECIES AND TYPES

      Oecologia
    51. Shelverton, PA; Carter, CG
      The effect of ration on behaviour, food consumption and growth in juvenilegreenback flounder (Rhombosolea tapirina : Teleostei)

      JOURNAL OF THE MARINE BIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION OF THE UNITED KINGDOM
    52. CUTTS CJ; METCALFE NB; TAYLOR AC
      AGGRESSION AND GROWTH DEPRESSION IN JUVENILE ATLANTIC SALMON - THE CONSEQUENCES OF INDIVIDUAL VARIATION IN STANDARD METABOLIC-RATE

      Journal of Fish Biology
    53. YAMAMOTO T; UEDA H; HIGASHI S
      CORRELATION AMONG DOMINANCE STATUS, METABOLIC-RATE AND OTOLITH SIZE IN MASU SALMON

      Journal of Fish Biology
    54. Enright, NJ; Marsula, R; Lamont, BB; Wissel, C
      The ecological significance of canopy seed storage in fire-prone environments: a model for non-sprouting shrubs

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    55. Enright, NJ; Marsula, R; Lamont, BB; Wissel, C
      The ecological significance of canopy seed storage in fire-prone environments: a model for resprouting shrubs

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    56. JOHNSON NC
      RESPONSES OF SALSOLA-KALI AND PANICUM-VIRGATUM TO MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI, PHOSPHORUS AND SOIL ORGANIC-MATTER - IMPLICATIONS FOR RECLAMATION

      Journal of Applied Ecology
    57. TOPPING CJ; SUNDERLAND KD
      POPULATION-DYNAMICS AND DISPERSAL OF LEPTHYPHANTES TENUIS IN AN EPHEMERAL HABITAT

      Entomologia experimentalis et applicata
    58. McCann, K
      Density-dependent coexistence in fish communities

      ECOLOGY
    59. CONOVER DO
      LOCAL ADAPTATION IN MARINE FISHES - EVIDENCE AND IMPLICATIONS FOR STOCK ENHANCEMENT

      Bulletin of marine science
    60. HUHTA AP; RAUTIO P
      EVALUATING THE IMPACTS OF MOWING - A CASE-STUDY COMPARING MANAGED ANDABANDONED MEADOW PATCHES

      Annales botanici Fennici
    61. CALVO L; TARREGA R; DELUIS E
      SPACE-TIME DISTRIBUTION PATTERNS OF ERICA-AUSTRALIS L. SUBSP ARAGONENSIS (WILLK) AFTER EXPERIMENTAL BURNING, CUTTING, AND PLOWING

      Plant ecology
    62. GREENBERG LA; BERGMAN E; EKLOV AG
      EFFECTS OF PREDATION AND INTRASPECIFIC INTERACTIONS ON HABITAT USE AND FORAGING BY BROWN TROUT IN ARTIFICIAL STREAMS

      Ecology of freshwater fish
    63. BOWERS JE; WEBB RH; PIERSON EA
      SUCCESSION OF DESERT PLANTS ON DEBRIS FLOW TERRACES, GRAND-CANYON, ARIZONA, USA

      Journal of arid environments
    64. GRIME JP; THOMPSON K; HUNT R; HODGSON JG; CORNELISSEN JHC; RORISON IH; HENDRY GAF; ASHENDEN TW; ASKEW AP; BAND SR; BOOTH RE; BOSSARD CC; CAMPBELL BD; COOPER JEL; DAVISON AW; GUPTA PL; HALL W; HAND DW; HANNAH MA; HILLIER SH; HODKINSON DJ; JALILI A; LIU Z; MACKEY JML; MATTHEWS N; MOWFORTH MA; NEAL AM; READER RJ; REILING K; ROSSFRASER W; SPENCER RE; SUTTON F; TASKER DE; THORPE PC; WHITEHOUSE J
      INTEGRATED SCREENING VALIDATES PRIMARY AXES OF SPECIALIZATION IN PLANTS

      Oikos
    65. LACY RC; HORNER BE
      EFFECTS OF INBREEDING ON REPRODUCTION AND SEX-RATIO OF RATTUS-VILLOSISSIMUS

      Journal of mammalogy
    66. WIEGMANN DD; BAYLIS JR; HOFF MH
      MALE FITNESS, BODY-SIZE AND TIMING OF REPRODUCTION IN SMALLMOUTH BASS, MICROPTERUS-DOLOMIEUI

      Ecology
    67. DELEO GA; GATTO M
      TRENDS IN VITAL-RATES OF THE EUROPEAN EEL - EVIDENCE FOR DENSITY-DEPENDENCE

      Ecological applications
    68. GALATOWITSCH SM; VANDERVALK AG
      THE VEGETATION OF RESTORED AND NATURAL PRAIRIE WETLANDS

      Ecological applications
    69. WESTOBY M; LEISHMAN M; LORD J
      COMPARATIVE ECOLOGY OF SEED SIZE AND DISPERSAL

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    70. ADAMS CE; HUNTINGFORD FA
      WHAT IS A SUCCESSFUL FISH - DETERMINANTS OF COMPETITIVE SUCCESS IN ARCTIC CHAR (SALVELINUS-ALPINUS) IN DIFFERENT SOCIAL CONTEXTS

      Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences
    71. MINNS CK; RANDALL RG; MOORE JE; CAIRNS VW
      A MODEL SIMULATING THE IMPACT OF HABITAT SUPPLY LIMITS ON NORTHERN PIKE, ESOX-LUCIUS, IN HAMILTON HARBOR, LAKE-ONTARIO

      Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences
    72. DRAYE X; LINTS FA
      GEOGRAPHIC VARIATIONS OF LIFE-HISTORY STRATEGIES IN DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER .3. NEW DATA

      Experimental gerontology
    73. VALICENTE FH; ONEIL RJ
      EFFECTS OF HOST PLANTS AND FEEDING REGIMES ON SELECTED LIFE-HISTORY CHARACTERISTICS OF PODISUS-MACULIVENTRIS (SAY) (HETEROPTERA, PENTATOMIDAE)

      Biological control
    74. DRAYE X; LINTS FA
      GEOGRAPHIC VARIATIONS OF LIFE-HISTORY STRATEGIES IN DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER .2. ANALYSIS OF LABORATORY-ADAPTED POPULATIONS

      Experimental gerontology
    75. LANDMANN A; KOLLINSKY C
      AGE AND PLUMAGE RELATED TERRITORY DIFFERENCES IN MALE BLACK REDSTARTS- THE (NON)-ADAPTIVE SIGNIFICANCE OF DELAYED PLUMAGE MATURATION

      Ethology Ecology & Evolution
    76. TRAMONTIN AD; SIH A
      EXPERIMENTS ON THE EFFECTS OF FOOD AND DENSITY ON VOLTINISM IN A STREAM-DWELLING WATER STRIDER (AQUARIUS-REMIGIS)

      Freshwater Biology
    77. LOEHLE C
      ANOMALOUS RESPONSES OF PLANTS TO CO2 ENRICHMENT

      Oikos
    78. DGEBUADZE YY
      THE LAND INLAND-WATER ECOTONES AND FISH POPULATION OF LAKE VALLEY (WEST MONGOLIA)

      Hydrobiologia
    79. SCHIEMER F; ZALEWSKI M; THORPE JE
      LAND INLAND WATER ECOTONES - INTERMEDIATE HABITATS CRITICAL FOR CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT

      Hydrobiologia
    80. CLARK JS; JI Y
      FECUNDITY AND DISPERSAL IN PLANT-POPULATIONS - IMPLICATIONS FOR STRUCTURE AND DIVERSITY

      The American naturalist
    81. YIN TJ; QUINN JA
      TESTS OF A MECHANISTIC MODEL OF ONE HORMONE REGULATING BOTH SEXES IN BUCHLOE DACTYLOIDES (POACEAE)

      American journal of botany
    82. COELHO ML; STOBBERUP KA; ODOR R; DAWE EG
      LIFE-HISTORY STRATEGIES OF THE SQUID, ILLEX-ILLECEBROSUS, IN THE NORTHWEST ATLANTIC

      Aquatic living resources
    83. DRAYE X; BULLENS P; LINTS FA
      GEOGRAPHIC VARIATIONS OF LIFE-HISTORY STRATEGIES IN DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER .1. ANALYSIS OF WILD-CAUGHT POPULATIONS

      Experimental gerontology
    84. BATES JW
      RESPONSES OF THE MOSSES BRACHYTHECIUM-RUTABULUM AND PSEUDOSCLEROPODIUM-PURUM TO A MINERAL NUTRIENT PULSE

      Functional ecology
    85. POIANI A; JERMIIN LS
      A COMPARATIVE-ANALYSIS OF SOME LIFE-HISTORY TRAITS BETWEEN COOPERATIVELY AND NONCOOPERATIVELY BREEDING AUSTRALIAN PASSERINES

      Evolutionary ecology
    86. YIN TJ; QUINN JA
      EFFECTS OF EXOGENOUS GROWTH-REGULATORS AND A GIBBERELLIN INHIBITOR ONSEX EXPRESSION AND GROWTH FORM IN BUFFALOGRASS (BUCHLOE-DACTYLOIDES),AND THEIR ECOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE

      Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club
    87. HART RC
      EQUIPROPORTIONAL TEMPERATURE-DURATION RESPONSES AND THERMAL INFLUENCES ON DISTRIBUTION AND SPECIES SWITCHING IN THE COPEPODS METADIAPTOMUS-MERIDIANUS AND TROPODIAPTOMUS-SPECTABILIS

      Hydrobiologia
    88. CASPER BB
      POSTDISPERSAL SIBLING COMPETITION AND THE EVOLUTION OF SINGLE-SEEDEDNESS IN CRYPTANTHA-FLAVA

      Evolution
    89. QUINN JA; MOWREY DP; EMANUELE SM; WHALLEY RDB
      THE FOLIAGE-IS-THE-FRUIT HYPOTHESIS - BUCHLOE-DACTYLOIDES (POACEAE) AND THE SHORTGRASS PRAIRIE OF NORTH-AMERICA

      American journal of botany
    90. GREGORY PT; LARSEN KW
      GEOGRAPHIC-VARIATION IN REPRODUCTIVE CHARACTERISTICS AMONG CANADIAN POPULATIONS OF THE COMMON GARTER SNAKE (THAMNOPHIS-SIRTALIS)

      Copeia
    91. MOLVAR EM
      NURSING BY A YEARLING MOOSE, ALCES-ALCES GIGAS, IN ALASKA

      Canadian field-naturalist
    92. WERNER EE; ANHOLT BR
      ECOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE TRADE-OFF BETWEEN GROWTH AND MORTALITY-RATES MEDIATED BY FORAGING ACTIVITY

      The American naturalist


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