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Behaviour of roach (Rutilus rutilus L.) altered by Ligula intestinalis (Cestoda: Pseudophyllidea): a field demonstration
SUMMARY 1. We studied the influence of a cestode parasite, the tapeworm Ligula intestinalis (L.) on roach (Rutilus rutilus L.) spatial occupancy in a French reservoir (Lake Pareloup, Southwest ofExpand
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Species-specific responses to landscape fragmentation: implications for management strategies
Habitat fragmentation affects the integrity of many species, but little is known about species‐specific sensitivity to fragmentation. Here, we compared the genetic structure of four freshwater fishExpand
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Competitive interactions between native and exotic salmonids: a combined field and laboratory demonstration
–  We studied the impact of two exotic salmonid species (brook trout, Salvelinus fontinalis and rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss) on native brown trout (Salmo trutta fario) habitat, growth andExpand
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Evolutionary processes driving spatial patterns of intraspecific genetic diversity in river ecosystems
Describing, understanding and predicting the spatial distribution of genetic diversity is a central issue in biological sciences. In river landscapes, it is generally predicted that neutral geneticExpand
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Host dispersal as the driver of parasite genetic structure: a paradigm lost?
Understanding traits influencing the distribution of genetic diversity has major ecological and evolutionary implications for host-parasite interactions. The genetic structure of parasites isExpand
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Concordance among stream assemblages and spatial autocorrelation along a fragmented gradient
Patterns of spatial autocorrelation of biota and distributional similarity (concordance) between assemblages of different organism groups have important implications in both theoretical ecology andExpand
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Host characteristics and environmental factors differentially drive the burden and pathogenicity of an ectoparasite: a multilevel causal analysis.
1. Understanding the ecological factors driving the burden and pathogenicity of parasites is challenging. Indeed, the dynamics of host-parasite interactions is driven by factors organized acrossExpand
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The demographic history of populations experiencing asymmetric gene flow: combining simulated and empirical data
Population structure can significantly affect genetic‐based demographic inferences, generating spurious bottleneck‐like signals. Previous studies have typically assumed island or stepping‐stoneExpand
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The effects of abiotic factors and intraspecific versus interspecific competition on the diel activity patterns of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) fry
We conducted semi-natural experiments to measure the relative contribution of various environmental factors and intraspecific and interspecific competition with an exotic invader on the daytime andExpand
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Geography and host specificity: two forces behind the genetic structure of the freshwater fish parasite Ligula intestinalis (Cestoda: Diphyllobothriidae).
Parasite species with global distributions and complex life cycles offer a rare opportunity to study alternative mechanisms of speciation and evolution in a single model. Here, genealogy and geneticExpand
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