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Resolving postglacial phylogeography using high-throughput sequencing
The distinction between model and nonmodel organisms is becoming increasingly blurred. High-throughput, second-generation sequencing approaches are being applied to organisms based on theirExpand
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Evolution of Animal Photoperiodism
AbstractPhotoperiodism is the ability of organisms to assess and use the day length as an anticipatory cue to time seasonal events in their life histories. Photoperiodism is especially important inExpand
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Genetic shift in photoperiodic response correlated with global warming
To date, all altered patterns of seasonal interactions observed in insects, birds, amphibians, and plants associated with global warming during the latter half of the 20th century are explicable asExpand
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Genetic response to rapid climate change: it's seasonal timing that matters
The primary nonbiological result of recent rapid climate change is warming winter temperatures, particularly at northern latitudes, leading to longer growing seasons and new seasonal exigencies andExpand
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Complications of complexity: integrating environmental, genetic and hormonal control of insect diapause.
Understanding gene interaction and pleiotropy are long-standing goals of developmental and evolutionary biology. We examine the genetic control of diapause in insects and show how the failure toExpand
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Evolutionary Response to Rapid Climate Change
Recent, rapid climate change is driving evolution, as organisms adapt to altered seasonal events rather than to the direct effects of increasing temperature.
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Abstract Only model organisms live in a world of endless summer. Fitness at temperate latitudes reflects the ability of organisms in nature to exploit the favorable season, to mitigate the effects ofExpand
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We examined the genetic basis for evolutionary divergence among geographic populations of the pitcher‐plant mosquito, Wyeomyia smithii, using protein electrophoresis and line‐cross analysis.Expand
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Drought and the organization of tree-hole mosquito communities
SummaryIn southeastern North America (North Florida, USA), the duration, frequency, and timing of drought differentially affect the survivorship of pre-adult tree-hole mosquitoes. Drought affectsExpand
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Protandry in Aedes Sierrensis: The Significance of Temporal Variation in Female Fecundity
Protandry, the early emergence of males into a seasonally breeding pop- ulation, has been described mathematically as a mating strategy resulting from sexual selection on both sexes. A key implicitExpand
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