Eco Evolutionary Dynamics

Author: Andrew P. Hendry
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 1400883083
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See also metacommunities, evolving Mus musculus, phenotypic change when
introduced to islands, 70 Musca domestica, evolution of population dynamics in
response to Nasonia vitripennis, 205 mutations, 88, 269–271; cis-regulatory ...
237,238; influence of genotype frequency changes on population growth rate of,
183 Nasonia vitripennis, eco-evolutionary effects on Musca domestica, 205 natal
homing, 141 neutrality, 90–91, 208,282,283 niche construction, 198, 225, 246.

Invasion Dynamics

Author: David M. Richardson
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0198745338
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Han, X. and Hui, C. (2014) Niche construction on environmental gradients: the
formation of fitness valley and stratified genotypic distributions. PLoS One, 9,
e99775. Hastings, A., Cuddington ... (2014) Interannual variability influences the
eco-evolutionary dynamics of range-shifting. PeerJ, 2, e228. Hiebeler, D. (2000)
Populations on fragmented landscapes with spatially structured heterogeneities:
landscape generation and local dispersal. Ecology, 81, 1629–41. Higgins, S.I.,
Lavorel ...

Cities That Think Like Planets

Author: Marina Alberti
Publisher: University of Washington Press
ISBN: 0295806605
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change, I identify emerging mechanisms that link urbanization to both eco-
evolutionary dynamics and potential feedbacks on ecosystem function. I next
elaborate on how co-evolutionary interactions between ... of planet-scale
changes are most evident in urbanizing regions. Increasing evidence shows that
as humans interact with niche construction through urbanization, they alter the
structure and function of communities and ecosystems (Donihue and Lambert
2015; Marzluff 2012).

Dissertation Abstracts International

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Eco-evolutionary dynamics of structured and niche-constructing populations. Kerr
, Benjamin Burton, Ph.D., Stanford University, 2002. 183pp. ISBN: 0-493-87502-6
. Advisers: Marcus W. Peldman; Brendan J. M. Bohannan Order Number
DA3067882 This thesis is divided into two parts. Part I deals with the group
selection controversy that has raged over tire last, four decades within the field of
evolutionary biology. My collaborators and I argue that different camps in this
controversy may ...

Bacteriocins

Author: Margaret A. Riley
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3540366040
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Theor Popul Biol 57:131–144 Odling-Smee FJ, Laland KN, Feldman MW (1996)
Niche construction. Am Naturalist 147:641–648 Odling-Smee FJ, Laland KN,
Feldman MW (2003) Niche construction: the neglected process in evolution.
Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ Pagie L, Hogeweg P (1999) Colicin
diversity: a result of eco-evolutionary dynamics. J Theor Biol 196:251–261
Paquin CE, Adams J (1983) Relative fitness can decrease in evolving asexual
populations of S.

Trait Mediated Indirect Interactions

Author: Takayuki Ohgushi
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139851357
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Lambrinos, J. G. (2004) How interactions between ecology and evolution
influence contemporary invasion dynamics. Ecology, 85 ... Miller, T. E. (1995)
Evolution of Brassica rapa L (Cruciferae) populations in intra- and interspecific
competition. Evolution, 49, 1 125-1 133. Mitchell, C. E. and Power, A. G. (2003)
Release of invasive plants from fungal and viral pathogens. Nature, 421 ... and
Feldman, M.W. (2003) Niche Construction: The Neglected Process in Evolution.
Princeton, NJ: ...

Quantitative Ecology And Evolutionary Biology

Author: Otso Ovaskainen
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0198714866
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Thus, to understand why animals, plants, and other organisms move as they do (
Chapter 2), and why they show such remarkable variation in their life-history traits
, ecological niches, and interactions with other organisms (Chapters 3 and 4),
one needs to take an evolutionary point of view. This is the focus ... In this
introductory section, we provide a brief overview on the mechanisms of
heritability and discuss some fundamental principles of evolutionary and eco-
evolutionary dynamics.

Organism And Environment

Author: Sonia E. Sultan
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199587078
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Ecological Development, Niche Construction, and Adaptation Sonia E. Sultan.
Stern, D. L., and V. Orgogozo. ... Across-environment genetic correlations and the
frequency of selective environments shape the evolutionary dynamics of growth
rate in Impatiens capensis. Evolution 64: 2887–2903. Stinchcombe, J. R., M. T.
Rutter, D. S. Burdick, P. Tiffin, M. D. Rausher, and R. Mauricio. 2002. Testing for ...
Metapopulation structure favors plasticity over local adaptation. American
Naturalist ...