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''How Local Is Local?''—A Review of Practical and Conceptual Issues in the Genetics of Restoration
In plant conservation, restoration (the augmentation or reestablishment of an extinct population or community) is a valuable tool to mitigate the loss of habitat. However, restoration efforts canExpand
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Consequences of a biological invasion reveal the importance of mutualism for plant communities
Seed-dispersal mutualisms have a fundamental role in regenerating natural communities. Interest in the importance of seed dispersal to plant communities has been heightened by worldwide declines inExpand
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Perceived barriers to integrating social science and conservation.
Published by and copyright of Wiley-Blackwell Publishing. The definitive version is available at http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1523-1739.2006.00598.x/full
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Effects of natural and simulated herbivory on spine lengths of Acacia drepanolobium in Kenya
We present experimental evidence supporting the hypothesis that increased spine length in acacia species is a defense induced by herbivory. Acacia drepanolobium is the dominant tree over large areasExpand
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In moving seeds from one location to another, dispersers define the ecological context that a plant will experience throughout its lifetime. Because seed deposition sites may benefit one plant lifeExpand
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Helix switching of a key active-site residue in the cytochrome cbb3 oxidases.
In the respiratory chains of mitochondria and many aerobic prokaryotes, heme-copper oxidases are the terminal enzymes that couple the reduction of molecular oxygen to proton pumping, contributing toExpand
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Social anxiety and eating disorder comorbidity and underlying vulnerabilities: Using network analysis to conceptualize comorbidity
OBJECTIVE Eating disorders (EDs) and social anxiety disorder (SAD) are highly co-occurring. This comorbidity is extremely relevant, given that individuals with comorbid ED-SAD are less likely to seekExpand
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Native herbivores and plant facilitation mediate the performance and distribution of an invasive exotic grass
Summary 1. Exotic plant species have become increasingly prominent features of ecological landscapes throughout the world, and their interactions with native and exotic taxa in these novelExpand
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High disease incidence and apparent disease tolerance in a North American Great Basin plant community
Patterns and consequences of plant disease at the community level have rarely been studied. We surveyed fungal infection in a Great Basin community of perennial shrubs over 4 years. Repeat surveys inExpand
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Eating disorder core symptoms and symptom pathways across developmental stages: A network analysis.
Eating disorders (EDs) often develop during adolescence and early adulthood but may persist, arise, or reemerge across the life span. Research and treatment efforts primarily focus on adolescent andExpand
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