Biological Reviews 2005 - Abstracts

Biological Reviews 2005
A complete estimate of the phylogenetic relationships in Ruminantia: A dated species-level supertree of the extant ruminants.Biological sciencesFernandez, Manuel Hernandez, Vrba, Elisabeth S.
A complete phylogeny of whales, dolphins and even-toed hoofed mammals (Cetartiodactyla).Biological sciencesPrice, Samantha A., Bininda-Emonds, Olaf R.P., Gittleman, John L.
Beyond the '3/4-power law': Variation in the intra- and interspecific scaling of metabolic rate in animals.Biological sciencesGlazier, Douglas S.
Biological invasions in the Antarctic: Extent, impacts and implications.Biological sciencesChown, Steven L., Whinam, Jennie, Convey, Peter, Frenot, Yves, Bergstrom, Dana M., Skotnicki, Mary, Selkirk, Patricia M.
Birds of prey as limiting factors of gamebird populations in Europe: A review.Biological sciencesBretagnolle, Vincent, Thirgood, Simon, Redpath, Stephen M., Korpimaki, Erkki, Valkama, Jari, Arroyo, Beatriz, Beja, Pedro, Bro, Elisabeth, Kenward, Robert, Manosa, Santi, Vinuela, Javier
Causes and consequences of animal dispersal strategies: Relating individual behavior to spatial dynamics.Biological sciencesBowler, Dianna E., Benton, Tim G.
Complex interactions among mammalian carnivores in Australia, and their implications for wildlife management.Biological sciencesDickman, Chris R., Glen, Alister S.
Dietary fats and membrane function: Implications for metabolism and disease.Biological sciencesHulbert, A. J., Turner, N., Storlien, L. H., Else, P. L.
Emergent properties from organisms to ecosystems: Towards a realistic approach.Biological sciencesPonge, Jean-Francois
Environments and evolution: Interactions between stress, resource inadequacy and energetic efficiency.Biological sciencesParsons, Peter A.
Evolutionary ecology of facultative paedomorphosis in newts and salamanders.Biological sciencesJoly, Pierre, Denoel, Mathieu, Whiteman, Howard H.
How is female mate choice affected by male competition?.Biological sciencesCandolin, Ulrika, Wong, Bob B.M.
Is more choice always desirable? Evidence and arguments from leks, food selection, and environmental enrichment.Biological sciencesHutchinson, John M. C.
Molecular and morphological supertree of stony corals (Anthozoa: Scleractinia) using matrix representation parsimony.Biological sciencesKerr, Alexander M.
Origin and evolution of gnathostome dentitions: A question of teeth and pharyngeal denticles in placoderms.Biological sciencesJohanson, Zerina, Smith, Moya M.
Parasite plastids: Approaching the endgame.Biological sciencesWilson, R. J. M.
Phylogeny and life histories of the 'insectivora': Controversies and consequences.Biological sciencesSymonds, Matthew R. E.
Pollen and seed dispersal among dispersed plants.Biological sciencesGhazoul, Jaboury
Primate spermatogenesis: New insights into comparative testicular organization, spermatogenic efficiency and endocrine control.Biological sciencesLuetjens, C. Marc, Weinbauer, Gerhard F., Wistuba, Joachim
Revealing metabolic phenotypes in plants: Inputs from NMR analysis.(metabolite fingerprinting)(Nuclear magnetic resonance)Biological sciencesRatcliffe, R. G., Shachar-Hill, Y.
Sexual selection research on spiders.Biological sciencesHuber, Bernhard A.
Species-energy relationships at the macroecological scale: A review of the mechanisms.Biological sciencesGaston, Kevin J., Warren, Philip H., Evans, Karl L.
Terrestrial insects along elevation gradients: Species and community responses to altitude.Biological sciencesHodkinson, Ian D.
The coevolutionary dynamics of obligate ant social parasite systems-between prudence and antagonism.Biological sciencesHeinze, Jurgen, Brandt, Miriam, Foitzik, Susanne, Fischer-Blass, Birgit
The functions of societies and the evolution of group living: Spider societies as a test case.Biological sciencesLubin, Yael, Whitehouse, Mary E.A.
The Paleogene fossil record of birds in Europe.Biological sciencesMayr, Gerald
The role of eyespots as anti-predator mechanisms, principally demonstrated in the lepidoptera.Biological sciencesStevens, Martin
Why repetitive DNA is essential to genome function.Biological sciencesShapiro, James A., von Sternberg, Richard
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