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Dr Elina Mäntylä May 23
Replying to @elinamantyla
782 of The individual duration of nestling period was negatively related to wing length, but no formally significant effect was found for body weight, sex, prey availability and/or weather conditions.
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Hanna ten Brink May 25
Replying to @Hanna_tenBrink
99/ “Evolutionary Consequences of Sex-Specific Selection in Variable Environments: Four Simple Models Reveal Diverse Evolutionary Outcomes”, Connallon et al. (2019)
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Dr Elina Mäntylä May 24
783 of Kozlov et al. Changes in the background losses of woody plant foliage to insects during the past 60 years: are the predictions fulfilled?
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Hanna ten Brink May 25
Replying to @Hanna_tenBrink
100/: “Male genes with nowhere to hide; sexual conflict in haplodiploids”, Kraaijeveld (2009)
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Dr Elina Mäntylä May 24
Replying to @elinamantyla
783 of There was no detected temporal trend in herbivory from 1952 to 2013 within the temperate climate zone and a significant decrease in herbivory in the tropics.
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Hanna ten Brink May 23
Replying to @Hanna_tenBrink
98/: "Larval food limitation in butterflies: Effects on adult resource allocation and fitness", Boggs et al (2005). Larval food restriction results in the maintenance of reproductive potential at the cost of adult survival, adult food restriction has the opposite effect
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Dr Elina Mäntylä May 24
Replying to @elinamantyla
783 of From 1964 to 1990, herbivory in the tropics was 39% higher than in the temperate region, but these differences disappeared by the beginning of the 2000s.
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Matthew McLean May 24
So long since I posted a but better late than never: When Do Ecosystem Services Depend on Rare Species?
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Dr Elina Mäntylä May 22
780 of Kos et al. Disentangling above‐ and belowground neighbor effects on the growth, chemistry, and arthropod community on a focal plant
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Dr Elina Mäntylä May 22
Replying to @elinamantyla
780 of Aboveground effects of different neighboring plant species were more important for the growth and quality of Jacobaea vulgaris and the arthropod abundance on this plant than belowground effects of neighbors.
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Michael Scroggie 7h
Scharf et al. 2019 Hierarchical approaches for flexible and interpretable binary regression models. arXiv
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Hanna ten Brink May 20
Replying to @pcchaparro
97 of is a cool paper from : "Environmental change effects on life history traits and population dynamics of anadromous fishes", showing how unfavourable conditions for migrating salmon can have positive effects for young salmon.
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Dr. Chelsea Little May 23
Replying to @ChelskiLittle
102. The ecological significance of extremely large flocks of birds
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Cedric Paternotte May 19
Replying to @cedric_p
231-245 / : D. Dennett (2017), From Bacteria to Bach and Back (W. W. Norton & Company).
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Hanna ten Brink May 20
Replying to @Hanna_tenBrink
96/: "Resource allocation and compensation during development in holometabolous insects" - Nestel et al (2016)
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Hanna ten Brink May 20
Replying to @Hanna_tenBrink
95/: "Understanding insect life histories and senescence through a resource allocation lens", Boggs (2009)
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Dr Elina Mäntylä May 23
782 of Kouba et al. Factors Affecting the Duration of Nestling Period and Fledging Order in Tengmalm’s Owl (Aegolius funereus): Effect of Wing Length and Hatching Sequence
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Dr. Shiloh Drake May 18
Replying to @snd1101
41/: Guo 2009, ch 3 on L1 acquisition of copular 'to be'—results support neither usage-based nor unique checking hypotheses completely, which have diff predictions for cop. use in subject predicates. also really clear description of his statistical models!
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Arnaud Badiane May 17
Cool new study by Uller's team about island effects on wall lizard body size and coloration.
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Dr Elina Mäntylä May 22
781 of Kostenko et al. Effects of plant diversity and structural complexity on parasitoid behaviour in a field experiment
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