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    1. Brauer, J; Geber, MA
      Population differentiation in the range expansion of a native maritime plant, Solidago sempervirens L.

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCES
    2. Paulo, OS; Dias, C; Bruford, MW; Jordan, WC; Nichols, RA
      The persistence of Pliocene populations through the Pleistocene climatic cycles: evidence from the phylogeography of an Iberian lizard

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    3. Edmands, S
      Phylogeography of the intertidal copepod Tigriopus californicus reveals substantially reduced population differentiation at northern latitudes

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    4. Nichols, RA; Bruford, MW; Groombridge, JJ
      Sustaining genetic variation in a small population: evidence from the Mauritius kestrel

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    5. Stone, G; Atkinson, R; Rokas, A; Csoka, G; Nieves-Aldrey, JL
      Differential success in northwards range expansion between ecotypes of themarble gallwasp Andricus kollari: a tale of two lifecycles

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    6. Ferber, MF; Argaud, O; Croizier, L; Croizier, G
      Diversity, distribution, and mobility of bro gene sequences in Bombyx morinucleopolyhedrovirus

      VIRUS GENES
    7. Lopez-Ferber, M; Croizier, G; Devauchelle, G
      Insect-killing viruses

      BIOFUTUR
    8. Stansbury, CD
      Dispersal of the environmental weed Bridal Creeper, Asparagus asparagoides, by Silvereyes, Zosterops lateralis, in south-western Australia

      EMU
    9. Cole, RG; Babcock, RC; Travers, V
      Distributional expansion of Carpophyllum flexuosum onto wave-exposed reefsin north-eastern New Zealand

      NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF MARINE AND FRESHWATER RESEARCH
    10. Bjornlie, DD; Garrott, RA
      Effects of winter road grooming on bison in Yellowstone National Park

      JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
    11. Rokas, A; Atkinson, RJ; Brown, GS; West, SA; Stone, GN
      Understanding patterns of genetic diversity in the oak gallwasp Biorhiza pallida: demographic history or a Wolbachia selective sweep?

      HEREDITY
    12. Metcalf, AE; Nunney, L; Hyman, BC
      Geographic patterns of genetic differentiation within the restricted rangeof the endangered Stephens' kangaroo rat Dipodomys stephensi

      EVOLUTION
    13. Musolin, DL; Numata, H; Saulich, AH
      Timing of diapause induction outside the natural distribution range of a species: an outdoor experiment with the bean bug Riptortus clavatus

      ENTOMOLOGIA EXPERIMENTALIS ET APPLICATA
    14. Trowbridge, CD; Todd, CD
      Host-plant change in marine specialist herbivores: Ascoglossan sea slugs on introduced macroalgae

      ECOLOGICAL MONOGRAPHS
    15. Babenko, VA; Petrov, NM
      Description of the low-energy doublet neutron-deuteron scattering in termsof parameters characterizing bound and virtual triton states

      PHYSICS OF ATOMIC NUCLEI
    16. McGeoch, MA; Wossler, TC
      Range expansion and success of the weed biocontrol agent Trichilogaster acaciaelongifoliae (Froggatt) (Hymenoptera : Pteromalidae) in South Africa

      AFRICAN ENTOMOLOGY
    17. Alexandrino, J; Froufe, E; Arntzen, JW; Ferrand, N
      Genetic subdivision, glacial refugia and postglacial recolonization in thegolden-striped salamander, Chioglossa lusitanica (Amphibia : Urodela)

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    18. Christensen, AF
      The fifteenth- and twentieth-century colonization of the Basin of Mexico by the Great-tailed Grackle (Quiscalus mexicanus)

      GLOBAL ECOLOGY AND BIOGEOGRAPHY
    19. Gutierrez, D; Thomas, CD
      Marginal range expansion in a host-limited butterfly species Gonepteryx rhamni

      ECOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY
    20. Teangana, DO; Reilly, S; Montgomery, WI; Rochford, J
      Distribution and status of the Red Squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) and Grey Squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) in Ireland

      MAMMAL REVIEW
    21. Oschadleus, HD; Underhill, GD; Underhill, LG
      Timing of breeding and primary moult of the Masked Weaver Ploceus velatus in the summer and winter rainfall regions of South Africa

      OSTRICH
    22. Hewitt, G
      The genetic legacy of the Quaternary ice ages

      NATURE
    23. Bideshi, DK; Federici, BA
      The Trichoplusia ni granulovirus helicase is unable to support replicationof Autographa californica multicapsid nucleopolyhedrovirus in cells and larvae of T-ni

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    24. Bideshi, DK; Federici, BA
      DNA-independent ATPase activity of the Trichoplusia ni granulovirus DNA helicase

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    25. McDiarmid, L; Petney, T; Dixon, B; Andrews, R
      Range expansion of the tick Amblyomma triguttatum triguttatum, an Australian vector of Q fever

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR PARASITOLOGY
    26. Neubert, MG; Caswell, H
      Demography and dispersal: Calculation and sensitivity analysis of invasionspeed for structured populations

      ECOLOGY
    27. Fox, CW; Savalli, UM
      Maternal effects mediate host expansion in a seed-feeding beetle

      ECOLOGY
    28. Pruett, CL; Henke, SE; Tanksley, SM; Small, MF; Hogan, KM; Roberson, J
      Mitochondrial DNA and morphological variation of White-winged Doves in Texas

      CONDOR
    29. Walter, GH; Hengeveld, R
      The structure of the two ecological paradigms

      ACTA BIOTHEORETICA
    30. Izuha, K; Fujisawa, T; Asano, M; Inoue, S
      Highly accurate and precise measurement technique for effective exposure dose

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS PART 1-REGULAR PAPERS SHORT NOTES & REVIEW PAPERS
    31. Dennehy, JJ; Livdahl, T
      First record of Toxorhynchites rutilus (Diptera : Culicidae) in Massachusetts

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MOSQUITO CONTROL ASSOCIATION
    32. Stenhouse, IJ; Montevecchi, WA
      Increasing and expanding populations of breeding Northern Fulmars in Atlantic Canada

      WATERBIRDS
    33. Deng, JG; Cheng, FP
      Fourier series expansion method for plated-structures

      STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING AND MECHANICS
    34. Hershkovitz, MA
      Montia linearis (Douglas) E-Greene (Portulacaceae) in Maryland

      JOURNAL OF THE TORREY BOTANICAL SOCIETY
    35. Gotta, D; Anagnostopoulos, DF; Augsburger, M; Borchert, G; Castelli, C; Chatellard, D; Egger, JP; El-Khoury, P; Gorke, H; Hauser, P; Indelicato, P; Kirch, K; Lenz, S; Nelms, N; Rashid, K; Siems, T; Simons, LM
      Balmer alpha transitions in antiprotonic hydrogen and deuterium

      NUCLEAR PHYSICS A
    36. Duan, JJ; Messing, RH
      Effects of origin and experience on patterns of host acceptance by the opiine parasitoid Diachasmimorpha tryoni

      ECOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY
    37. Lei, GC; Camara, MD
      Behaviour of a specialist parasitoid, Cotesia melitaearum: from individualbehaviour to metapopulation processes

      ECOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY
    38. Williamson, I
      Competition between the larvae of the introduced cane toad Bufo marinus (Anura : Bufonidae) and native anurans from the Darling Downs area of southern Queensland

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    39. Stollmann, A; Macholan, M
      The mound-building mouse is part of the Slovakian fauna - a reply

      FOLIA ZOOLOGICA
    40. Fiedler, W; Alder, HU; Wohland, P
      Two new records of Kuhl's pipistrelle (Pipistrellus kuhli) in Germany

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR SAUGETIERKUNDE-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MAMMALIAN BIOLOGY
    41. Liu, G; Carstens, EB
      Site-directed mutagenesis of the AcMNPV p143 gene: Effects on baculovirus DNA replication

      VIROLOGY
    42. Hill, JK; Thomas, CD; Blakeley, DS
      Evolution of flight morphology in a butterfly that has recently expanded its geographic range

      OECOLOGIA
    43. Lisal, M; Nezbeda, I
      Pure fluids of homonuclear and heteronuclear square-well diatomics I. Computer simulation study

      MOLECULAR PHYSICS
    44. Waithman, JD; Sweitzer, RA; van Vuren, D; Drew, JD; Brinkhaus, AJ; Gardner, IA
      Range expansion, population sizes, and management of wild pigs in California

      JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
    45. Gomi, S; Majima, K; Maeda, S
      Sequence analysis of the genome of Bombyx mori nucleopolyhedrovirus

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    46. Lee, CE
      Rapid and repeated invasions of fresh water by the copepod Eurytemora affinis

      EVOLUTION
    47. Pilson, D
      Plant hybrid zones and insect host range expansion

      ECOLOGY
    48. Norment, CJ; Hall, A; Hendricks, P
      Important bird and mammal records in the Thelon River valley, Northwest Territories: Range expansions and possible causes

      CANADIAN FIELD-NATURALIST
    49. Shirata, N; Ikeda, M; Kamiya, K; Kawamura, S; Kunimi, Y; Kobayashi, M
      Replication of nucleopolyhedroviruses of Autographa californica (Lepidoptera : Noctuidae), Bombyx mori (Lepidoptera : Bombycidae), Hyphantria cunea (Lepidoptera : Arctiidae), and Spodoptera exigua (Lepidoptera : Noctuidae) in four lepidopteran cell lines

      APPLIED ENTOMOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY
    50. Yanase, T; Yonemura, N; Yasunaga, C; Kawarabata, T
      Sequencing of the p143 gene encoding a putative DNA helicase of the Spodoptera exigua (Lepidoptera : Noctuidae) nucleopolyhedrovirus I1 isolate from Japan

      APPLIED ENTOMOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY
    51. CROSSLAND MR
      A COMPARISON OF CANE TOAD AND NATIVE TADPOLES AS PREDATORS OF NATIVE ANURAN EGGS, HATCHLINGS AND LARVAE

      Wildlife research
    52. SANTUCCI F; EMERSON BC; HEWITT GM
      MITOCHONDRIAL-DNA PHYLOGEOGRAPHY OF EUROPEAN HEDGEHOGS

      Molecular ecology
    53. TEMPLETON AR
      NESTED CLADE ANALYSES OF PHYLOGEOGRAPHIC DATA - TESTING HYPOTHESES ABOUT GENE FLOW AND POPULATION HISTORY

      Molecular ecology
    54. WRIGHT AL; HAYWARD GD
      BARRED OWL RANGE EXPANSION INTO THE CENTRAL IDAHO WILDERNESS

      The Journal of raptor research
    55. FIGAROLA JLM; SKODA SR
      CHRYSOMYA-RUFIFACIES (MACQUART) (DIPTERA, CALLIPHORIDAE) IN NEBRASKA

      Journal of entomological science
    56. DERMOTT R; WITT J; UM EM; GONZALEZ M
      DISTRIBUTION OF THE PONTO-CASPIAN AMPHIPOD ECHINOGAMMARUS-ISCHNUS IN THE GREAT-LAKES AND REPLACEMENT OF NATIVE GAMMARUS-FASCIATUS

      Journal of Great Lakes research
    57. LENSINK R
      TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL EXPANSION OF THE EGYPTIAN GOOSE ALOPOCHEN-AEGYPTIACUS IN THE NETHERLANDS, 1967-94

      Journal of biogeography
    58. Yanase, T; Yasunaga, C; Hara, T; Kawarabata, T
      Coinfection of Spodoptera exigua and Spodoptera frugiperda cell lines withthe nuclear polyhedrosis viruses of Autographa californica and Spodoptera exigua

      INTERVIROLOGY
    59. Wydeven, AP; Fuller, TK; Weber, W; MacDonald, K
      The potential for wolf recovery in the northeastern United States via dispersal from southeastern Canada

      WILDLIFE SOCIETY BULLETIN
    60. Lovell, CD; Leopold, BD; Shropshire, CC
      Trends in Mississippi predator populations, 1980-1995

      WILDLIFE SOCIETY BULLETIN
    61. RICHARDS A; MATTHEWS M; CHRISTIAN P
      ECOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE ENVIRONMENTAL-IMPACT EVALUATION OF RECOMBINANT BACULOVIRUS INSECTICIDES

      Annual review of entomology
    62. LOUDA SM
      POPULATION-GROWTH OF RHINOCYLLUS CONICUS (COLEOPTERA, CURCULIONIDAE) ON 2 SPECIES OF NATIVE THISTLES IN PRAIRIE

      Environmental entomology
    63. REYNOLDS PE
      DYNAMICS AND RANGE EXPANSION OF A REESTABLISHED MUSKOX POPULATION

      The Journal of wildlife management
    64. CHACE JF; CRUZ A
      RANGE OF THE BROWN-HEADED COWBIRD IN COLORADO - PAST AND PRESENT

      The Great Basin naturalist
    65. MARKO PB
      HISTORICAL ALLOPATRY AND THE BIOGEOGRAPHY OF SPECIATION IN THE PROSOBRANCH SNAIL GENUS NUCELLA

      Evolution
    66. LI JB; HEINZ KM
      GENETIC-VARIATION IN DESICCATION RESISTANCE AND ADAPTABILITY OF THE RED IMPORTED FIRE ANT (HYMENOPTERA, FORMICIDAE) TO ARID REGIONS

      Annals of the Entomological Society of America
    67. MAXWELL MR; EITAN O
      RANGE EXPANSION OF AN INTRODUCED MANTID IRIS-ORATORIA AND NICHE OVERLAP WITH A NATIVE MANTID STAGMOMANTIS-LIMBATA (MANTODEA, MANTIDAE)

      Annals of the Entomological Society of America
    68. JIN BR; YOON HJ; CHOUDHARY PV; KANG SK
      CHARACTERIZATION OF RECOMBINANT AUTOGRAPHA-CALIFORNICA NUCLEAR POLYHEDROSIS-VIRUS (NPV) EXPRESSING THE BETA-GALACTOSIDASE GENE IN BOTH SF21AND BM5 CELLS BY BOMBYX-MORI NPV P143 HELICASE GENE

      Molecules and cells
    69. BAEZ M; BROWN RP
      TESTING MULTIVARIATE PATTERNS OF WITHIN-ISLAND DIFFERENTIATION IN PODARCIS-DUGESII FROM MADEIRA

      Journal of evolutionary biology
    70. GOLLMANN G; BOUVET Y; KARAKOUSIS Y; TRIANTAPHYLLIDIS C
      GENETIC-VARIABILITY IN CHONDROSTOMA FROM AUSTRIAN, FRENCH AND GREEK RIVERS (TELEOSTEI, CYPRINIDAE)

      Journal of zoological systematics and evolutionary research
    71. GORSE D; SHEPHERD AJ; TAYLOR JG
      THE NEW ERA IN SUPERVISED LEARNING

      Neural networks
    72. KIEVSKY A; ROSATI S; VIVIANI M; BRUNE CR; KARWOWSKI HJ; LUDWIG EJ; WOOD MH
      THE 3-NUCLEON SYSTEM NEAR THE N-D THRESHOLD

      Physics letters. Section B
    73. MCLEOD TK; MACDONALD GM
      POSTGLACIAL RANGE EXPANSION AND POPULATION-GROWTH OF PICEA-MARIANA, PICEA-GLAUCA AND PINUS-BANKSIANA IN THE WESTERN INTERIOR OF CANADA

      Journal of biogeography
    74. FOX CW; NILSSON JA; MOUSSEAU TA
      THE ECOLOGY OF DIET EXPANSION IN A SEED-FEEDING BEETLE - PREEXISTING VARIATION, RAPID ADAPTATION AND MATERNAL EFFECTS

      Evolutionary ecology
    75. ZIMA J; MACHOLAN M; ANDERA M; CERVENY J
      KARYOTYPIC RELATIONSHIPS OF THE GARDEN DORMOUSE (ELIOMYS QUERCINUS) FROM CENTRAL-EUROPE

      Folia Zoologica
    76. GOMI S; ZHOU CE; YIH WY; MAJIMA K; MAEDA S
      DELETION ANALYSIS OF 4 OF 18 LATE GENE-EXPRESSION FACTOR GENE HOMOLOGS OF THE BACULOVIRUS, BMNPV

      Virology
    77. POSSEE RD; BARNETT AL; HAWTIN RE; KING LA
      ENGINEERED BACULOVIRUSES FOR PEST-CONTROL

      Pesticide science
    78. IGNOFFO CM; GARCIA C; BONNING BC; HERMAN R; HAMMOCK BD
      SIMULATED SUNLIGHT-UV SENSITIVITY OF ENGINEERED JUVENILE-HORMONE ESTERASE AND SCORPION TOXIN RECOMBINANTS OF THE NUCLEAR POLYHEDROSIS-VIRUSOF AUTOGRAPHA-CALIFORNICA

      Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society
    79. LENSINK R
      RANGE EXPANSION OF RAPTORS IN BRITAIN AND THE NETHERLANDS SINCE THE 1960S - TESTING AN INDIVIDUAL-BASED DIFFUSION-MODEL

      Journal of Animal Ecology
    80. MCCLURE MF; BISSONETTE JA; CONOVER MR; AUSTIN DD
      RANGE EXPANSION OF WHITE-TAILED DEER (ODOCOILEUS-VIRGINIANUS) INTO URBAN AND AGRICULTURAL AREAS OF UTAH

      The Great Basin naturalist
    81. WHITMORE RC; WHITMORE RC
      LATE FALL AND EARLY SPRING BIRD OBSERVATIONS FOR MULEGE, BAJA-CALIFORNIA-SUR, MEXICO

      The Great Basin naturalist
    82. BLANCO G; FARGALLO JA; TELLA JL; CUEVAS JA
      ROLE OF BUILDINGS AS NEST-SITES IN THE RANGE EXPANSION AND CONSERVATION OF CHOUGHS PYRRHOCORAX-PYRRHOCORAX IN SPAIN

      Biological Conservation
    83. ALLAN DG; HARRISON JA; NAVARRO RA; VANWILGEN BW; THOMPSON MW
      THE IMPACT OF COMMERCIAL AFFORESTATION ON BIRD POPULATIONS IN MPUMALANGA PROVINCE, SOUTH-AFRICA - INSIGHTS FROM BIRD-ATLAS DATA

      Biological Conservation
    84. TRNKOVA L; DRACKA O
      ELIMINATION VOLTAMMETRY - EXPERIMENTAL-VERIFICATION AND EXTENSION OF THEORETICAL RESULTS

      Journal of electroanalytical chemistry [1992]
    85. COLLINGHAM YC; HILL MO; HUNTLEY B
      THE MIGRATION OF SESSILE ORGANISMS - A SIMULATION-MODEL WITH MEASURABLE PARAMETERS

      Journal of vegetation science
    86. MAROHASY J
      HOST SHIFTS IN BIOLOGICAL WEED-CONTROL - REAL PROBLEMS, SEMANTIC DIFFICULTIES OR POOR SCIENCE

      International journal of pest management
    87. ORLOV YV; OREVKOV YP; NIKITINA LI
      VERTEX COUPLING-CONSTANT IN A POTENTIAL M ODEL AND THE EFFECTIVE RANGE EXPANSION

      Izvestia Akademii nauk SSSR. Seria fiziceskaa
    88. POLLARD E; ROTHERY P; YATES TJ
      ANNUAL GROWTH-RATES IN NEWLY ESTABLISHED POPULATIONS OF THE BUTTERFLYPARARGE AEGERIA

      Ecological entomology
    89. PROKOPY RJ; DUAN JJ; VARGAS RI
      POTENTIAL FOR HOST-RANGE EXPANSION IN CERATITIS-CAPITATA FLIES - IMPACT OF PROXIMITY OF ADULT FOOD TO EGG-LAYING SITES

      Ecological entomology
    90. BONNING BC; HAMMOCK BD
      DEVELOPMENT OF RECOMBINANT BACULOVIRUSES FOR INSECT CONTROL

      Annual review of entomology
    91. SEABROOK WA; DETTMANN EB
      ROADS AS ACTIVITY CORRIDORS FOR CANE TOADS IN AUSTRALIA

      The Journal of wildlife management
    92. KAMITA SG; MAEDA S
      ABORTIVE INFECTION OF THE BACULOVIRUS AUTOGRAPHA-CALIFORNICA NUCLEAR POLYHEDROSIS-VIRUS IN SF-9 CELLS AFTER MUTATION OF THE PUTATIVE DNA HELICASE GENE

      Journal of virology
    93. GUINAND B; EASTEAL S
      MULTIVARIATE PATTERNS OF GENETIC DIFFERENTIATION SUPPORT COMPLEX COLONIZATION SCHEMES IN BUFO-MARINUS POPULATIONS

      Evolution
    94. KAREIVA P
      DEVELOPING A PREDICTIVE ECOLOGY FOR NON-INDIGENOUS SPECIES AND ECOLOGICAL INVASIONS

      Ecology
    95. HASTINGS A
      MODELS OF SPATIAL SPREAD - IS THE THEORY COMPLETE

      Ecology
    96. HENNER VK; MESHCHERYAKOV VA
      QUASI-NUCLEAR BOUND-STATE AND MULTICHANNEL ANALYSIS OF LOW-ENERGY NUCLEON-ANTINUCLEON INTERACTIONS

      Physics of atomic nuclei
    97. BERRY JD; HENNY CJ
      OSPREY POLYGYNY IN WYOMING

      The Journal of raptor research
    98. KLOSEK MM
      HALF-RANGE EXPANSION ANALYSIS FOR LANGEVIN DYNAMICS IN THE HIGH-FRICTION LIMIT WITH A SINGULAR ABSORBING BOUNDARY-CONDITION - NONCHARACTERISTIC CASE

      Journal of statistical physics
    99. POLLARD E; MOSS D; YATES TJ
      POPULATION TRENDS OF COMMON BRITISH BUTTERFLIES AT MONITORED SITES

      Journal of Applied Ecology
    100. MCCAULEY DE; SCHIFF N; BREDEN FJ; CHIPPENDALE GM
      GENETIC DIFFERENTIATION ACCOMPANYING RANGE EXPANSION BY THE SOUTHWESTERN CORN-BORER (LEPIDOPTERA, PYRALIDAE)

      Annals of the Entomological Society of America


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