Alison K. Williams

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The number of genetically distinct individuals within a community is a key component of biodiversity and yet its impact at different trophic levels, especially upon the diversity of functionally important soil microorganisms is poorly understood. Here, we test the hypothesis that plant communities that are genetically impoverished will support fewer species(More)
Enzyme replacement therapy (ERT) is a newly approved disease-modifying treatment for hypophosphatasia (HPP), a rare metabolic bone disorder. With an orphan drug and ultra-rare disease, sharing information about responders and non-responders is particularly important, as any one centre's familiarity with its use will be limited. Nearly all published data in(More)
Databases of species observations from surveys and ad hoc observations are frequently maintained by managers for a particular area. Obtaining information from this type of survey data about the habitat associations of species can be an efficient method of predicting habitat suitability across a landscape. Many multivariate statistical methods have been used(More)
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