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Effects of different dietary microalgae on survival, growth, settlement and fatty acid composition of blue mussel (Mytilus galloprovincialis) larvae
The diatom Chaetoceros calcitrans is a major component of many bivalve hatcheries, yet it is expensive and notoriously difficult to culture on a commercial scale. In an attempt to reduce dependenceExpand
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Resilience of Zostera muelleri seagrass to small-scale disturbances: the relative importance of asexual versus sexual recovery
Resilience is the ability of an ecosystem to recover from disturbance without loss of essential function. Seagrass ecosystems are key marine and estuarine habitats that are under threat from aExpand
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The more pieces, the better the puzzle: sperm concentration increases gametic compatibility
Abstract The genetic benefits individuals receive from mate choice have been the focus of numerous studies, with several showing support for both intrinsic genetic benefits and compatibility effectsExpand
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Swooping in the Suburbs; Parental Defence of an Abundant Aggressive Urban Bird against Humans
Simple Summary We studied the defensive behaviour of 94 pairs of nesting Masked Lapwings, Vanellus miles, in response to two types of human stimuli: a pedestrian and a person pushing a lawn mower. WeExpand
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Sharing the Load: Role Equity in the Incubation of a Monomorphic Shorebird, the Masked Lapwing (Vanellus miles)
ABSTRACT Sex roles during incubation vary dramatically in socially monogamous shorebirds. The “incubator conspicuousness” hypothesis posits that, for biparentally incubating and sexually dimorphicExpand
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An assessment of radio telemetry for monitoring shorebird chick survival and causes of mortality
Abstract Context Monitoring survival of free-living precocial avian young is critical for population management, but difficult to achieve. Perhaps the most promising technique available to trackExpand
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Seagrass Restoration Is Possible: Insights and Lessons From Australia and New Zealand
Seagrasses are important marine ecosystems situated throughout the world’s coastlines. They are facing declines around the world due to global and local threats such as rising ocean temperatures,Expand
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Investment in sensory structures, testis size, and wing coloration in males of a diurnal moth species: trade-offs or correlated growth?
For dioecious animals, reproductive success typically involves an exchange between the sexes of signals that provide information about mate location and quality. Typically, the elaborate, secondaryExpand
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Presentation methodologies: an assessment for forensic signature analysis
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This study introduces a new methodology – the Line-Up method – for the presentation of signatures for forensic comparison. Expand
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