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Developmental Plasticity in the Thermal Tolerance of Zebrafish Danio rerio
To evaluate developmental plasticity in thermal tolerance of zebrafish Danio rerio, common-stock zebrafish were reared from fertilization to adult in the five thermal regimes (two stable, two withExpand
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Derivation of the freshwater fish fauna of Central America revisited: Myers's hypothesis in the twenty‐first century
Although attempts to understand Central American freshwater fish provincialism date to the 1960s, early efforts lacked the wealth of distributional data now available. Biogeographic work on CentralExpand
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Patterns of fish invasions in the Great Plains of North America
A basic step toward controlling invasive species outbreaks is to predict which assemblages or habitats are most susceptible to invasion and effects of invading species on native communities. However,Expand
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Metabolic cold adaptation and developmental plasticity in metabolic rates among species in the Fundulus notatus species complex
1. In ectotherms, temperature and body size are the most influential and well studied variables affecting metabolic rate. Understanding mechanisms driving the evolution of metabolic rates is crucialExpand
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Convergence of fish communities from the littoral zone of reservoirs
SUMMARY 1. Understanding factors that regulate the assembly of communities is a main focus of ecology. Human-engineered habitats, such as reservoirs, may provide insight into these assembly processesExpand
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Shape variability in topminnows (Fundulus notatus species complex) along the river continuum
We examined intra- and interspecific variability in shape of three topminnow species (Funduluidae: Fundulus notatus, F. olivaceus, and F. euryzonus) across ten drainages. Within each drainage, fiveExpand
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Shared and unique morphological responses of stream fishes to anthropogenic habitat alteration
Understanding population-level responses to novel selective pressures can elucidate evolutionary consequences of human-altered habitats. Stream impoundments (reservoirs) alter riverine ecosystemsExpand
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Morphological divergence and flow-induced phenotypic plasticity in a native fish from anthropogenically altered stream habitats
Understanding population-level responses to human-induced changes to habitats can elucidate the evolutionary consequences of rapid habitat alteration. Reservoirs constructed on streams expose streamExpand
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Profundulus kreiseri, a new species of Profundulidae (Teleostei, Cyprinodontiformes) from northwestern Honduras
Abstract A new species of Profundulus, Profundulus kreiseri (Cyprinodontiformes: Profundulidae), is described from the Chamelecón and Ulúa Rivers in the northwestern Honduran highlands. Based on aExpand
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Dynamics of Near-Coastal Fish Assemblages following the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill in the Northern Gulf of Mexico
AbstractCoastal ecosystems along the northern Gulf of Mexico are highly productive and are affected by fishing and petroleum industries in different, sometimes contrasting, ways. As a result of theExpand
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