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Nitrospira in wastewater treatment: applications, opportunities and research gaps
Nitrospira in wastewater treatment: applications, opportunities and research gaps
Nitrification is an intermediary reaction common to various processes applied to treat nitrogen-containing wastewaters. Th...
Effects of Community Richness and Competitive Asymmetry on Protozoa Evolution in Sarracenia purpurea Leaves
Effects of Community Richness and Competitive Asymmetry on Protozoa Evolution in Sarracenia purpurea Leaves
AbstractPredicting evolution in natural systems will require understanding how selection operates in multispecies communit...
Spatially Explicit Habitat Selection: Testing Contagion and the Ideal Free Distribution with Culex Mosquitoes
Spatially Explicit Habitat Selection: Testing Contagion and the Ideal Free Distribution with Culex Mosquitoes
AbstractSince its inception, attempts have been made to improve ideal free distribution (IFD) theory to make it better fit...
Inverse Lansing Effect: Maternal Age and Provisioning Affecting Daughters’ Longevity and Male Offspring Production
Inverse Lansing Effect: Maternal Age and Provisioning Affecting Daughters’ Longevity and Male Offspring Production
AbstractMaternal age effects on offspring life history are known in a variety of organisms, with offspring of older mother...
Exploring Conditions That Strengthen or Weaken the Ecological and Evolutionary Consequences of Phenological Synchrony
Exploring Conditions That Strengthen or Weaken the Ecological and Evolutionary Consequences of Phenological Synchrony
AbstractClimate change–driven phenological shifts alter the temporal distributions of natural populations and communities,...
Evidence of Biological Self-Organization in Spatial Patterns of a Common Tropical Alga
Evidence of Biological Self-Organization in Spatial Patterns of a Common Tropical Alga
AbstractTropical reef communities contain spatial patterns at multiple scales, observable from microscope and satellite al...
Abiotic Niche Divergence of Hybrid Species from Their Progenitors
Abiotic Niche Divergence of Hybrid Species from Their Progenitors
AbstractAlthough more frequently discussed recently than previously, the role of ecology in homoploid hybrid and allopolyp...
Host Developmental Stage Effects on Parasite Resistance and Tolerance
Host Developmental Stage Effects on Parasite Resistance and Tolerance
AbstractHosts can defend themselves against parasites either by preventing or limiting infections (resistance) or by limit...
Conservation and Convergence of Genetic Architecture in the Adaptive Radiation of Anolis Lizards
Conservation and Convergence of Genetic Architecture in the Adaptive Radiation of Anolis Lizards
AbstractThe G matrix, which quantifies the genetic architecture of traits, is often viewed as an evolutionary constraint. ...
Epigenetic Potential and DNA Methylation in an Ongoing House Sparrow (Passer domesticus) Range Expansion
Epigenetic Potential and DNA Methylation in an Ongoing House Sparrow (Passer domesticus) Range Expansion
AbstractDuring range expansions, organisms can use epigenetic mechanisms to adjust to conditions in novel areas by alterin...
Host Identity Matters—Up to a Point: The Community Context of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis Transmission
Host Identity Matters—Up to a Point: The Community Context of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis Transmission
AbstractThe level of detail on host communities needed to understand multihost parasite invasions is an unresolved issue i...
Pulse and Press Disturbances Have Different Effects on Transient Community Dynamics
Pulse and Press Disturbances Have Different Effects on Transient Community Dynamics
AbstractDisturbances are important determinants of diversity, and the combination of their aspects (e.g., disturbance inte...
The Effects of Foraging Ecology and Allometry on Avian Skull Shape Vary across Levels of Phylogeny
The Effects of Foraging Ecology and Allometry on Avian Skull Shape Vary across Levels of Phylogeny
AbstractAvian skull shape diversity is classically thought to result from selection for structures that are well adapted f...
Rethinking Habitat Occupancy Modeling and the Role of Diel Activity in an Anthropogenic World
Rethinking Habitat Occupancy Modeling and the Role of Diel Activity in an Anthropogenic World
AbstractCurrent methods to model species habitat use through space and diel time are limited. Development of such models i...
Mate Preferences and Choosiness Are Distinct Components of Mate Choice in Eastern Gray Treefrogs (Hyla versicolor)
Mate Preferences and Choosiness Are Distinct Components of Mate Choice in Eastern Gray Treefrogs (Hyla versicolor)
AbstractMate choice is an important cause of natural and sexual selection, driving the evolution of ornaments and promotin...
Functional Integration of Multiple Sexual Ornaments: Signal Coherence and Sexual Selection
Functional Integration of Multiple Sexual Ornaments: Signal Coherence and Sexual Selection
AbstractThe sexual ornamentation of animals typically consists of multiple distinct traits. The classical research approac...
Long-Term Resilience of Primary Sex Ratios in a Species with Temperature-Dependent Sex Determination after Decades of Climate Warming
Long-Term Resilience of Primary Sex Ratios in a Species with Temperature-Dependent Sex Determination after Decades of Climate Warming
AbstractSpecies with environmental sex determination (ESD) have persisted through deep time, despite massive environmental...
Hybridization May Promote Variation in Cognitive Phenotypes in Experimental Guppy Hybrids
Hybridization May Promote Variation in Cognitive Phenotypes in Experimental Guppy Hybrids
AbstractHybridization is an important mechanism of evolution. While hybrids often express inferior traits and are selected...
Quantitative Characteristics of Stabilizing and Equalizing Mechanisms
Quantitative Characteristics of Stabilizing and Equalizing Mechanisms
AbstractAn understanding of the mechanisms that facilitate coexistence in ecological communities poses a major challenge t...
Better to Divorce than Be Widowed: The Role of Mortality and Environmental Heterogeneity in the Evolution of Divorce
Better to Divorce than Be Widowed: The Role of Mortality and Environmental Heterogeneity in the Evolution of Divorce
AbstractDespite widespread interest in the evolution and implications of monogamy across taxa, less attention—especially t...
Biogenesis of thiosulfate in microorganisms and its applications for sustainable metal extraction
Biogenesis of thiosulfate in microorganisms and its applications for sustainable metal extraction
Thiosulfate is a lixiviant with potential applications for extraction of precious metals with lower environmental impact. ...
The Feast and the Famine: Spring Body Mass Variations and Life History Traits in a Pulse Resource Ecosystem
The Feast and the Famine: Spring Body Mass Variations and Life History Traits in a Pulse Resource Ecosystem
AbstractPhenotypic plasticity is the most immediate mechanism of adaptative response to environmental change. Studying pla...
Bargain to Be Dominant
Bargain to Be Dominant
AbstractThis article proposes an evolutionary game theoretical model in which individuals negotiate to reach a compromise ...
Boron removal and recovery from water and wastewater
Boron removal and recovery from water and wastewater
Boron is an important element for plants, humans, and animals in limited amounts. However, excess amounts can cause advers...
Dispersal Increases Spatial Synchrony of Populations but Has Weak Effects on Population Variability: A Meta-analysis
Dispersal Increases Spatial Synchrony of Populations but Has Weak Effects on Population Variability: A Meta-analysis
AbstractThe effects of dispersal on spatial synchrony and population variability have been well documented in theoretical ...
Mate Sampling Behavior Determines the Density Dependence of Sexual Selection
Mate Sampling Behavior Determines the Density Dependence of Sexual Selection
AbstractTheory predicts that the strength of sexual selection (i.e., how well a trait predicts mating or fertilization suc...