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Comprehensive phylogeny of ray-finned fishes (Actinopterygii) based on transcriptomic and genomic data
Significance Ray-finned fishes form the largest and most diverse group of vertebrates. Establishing their phylogenetic relationships is a critical step to explaining their diversity. We compiled theExpand
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Effects of mating history on ejaculate size, fecundity, longevity, and copulation duration in the ant-tended lycaenid butterfly, Jalmenus evagoras
Abstract The mating system of the Australian lycaenid butterfly, Jalmenus evagoras, is highly unusual compared to most other Lepidoptera. Characteristics of this system, which has been termed anExpand
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Multi-locus fossil-calibrated phylogeny of Atheriniformes (Teleostei, Ovalentaria).
Phylogenetic relationships among families within the order Atheriniformes have been difficult to resolve on the basis of morphological evidence. Molecular studies so far have been fragmentary andExpand
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Kisspeptin system in pejerrey fish (Odontesthes bonariensis). Characterization and gene expression pattern during early developmental stages.
In vertebrates, kisspeptins and their receptors are known to be related to puberty onset and gonadal maturation, however, there are few studies concerning their role in early development. Here, weExpand
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Phylogenomic incongruence, hypothesis testing, and taxonomic sampling: The monophyly of characiform fishes *
Phylogenomic studies using genome‐wide datasets are quickly becoming the state of the art for systematics and comparative studies, but in many cases, they result in strongly supported incongruentExpand
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Can ecotypic differences in male courtship behaviour be explained by visual cues provided by female threespine stickleback
Background: Research on the evolution of reproductive isolation concentrates on an evaluation of the probability of mating within and between species with little attention to the role of male andExpand
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Transcriptomic differentiation underlying marine‐to‐freshwater transitions in the South American silversides Odontesthes argentinensis and O. bonariensis (Atheriniformes)
Abstract Salinity gradients are critical habitat determinants for freshwater organisms. Silverside fishes in the genus Odontesthes have recently and repeatedly transitioned from marine to freshwaterExpand
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Evolutionary determinism and convergence associated with water-column transitions in marine fishes
Significance Body shape is a strong predictor of habitat occupation in fishes, which changes rapidly at microevolutionary scales in well-studied freshwater systems such as sticklebacks and cichlids.Expand
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Biogeography, habitat transitions and hybridization in a radiation of South American silverside fishes revealed by mitochondrial and genomic RAD data
Rivers and lake systems in the southern cone of South America have been widely influenced by historical glaciations, carrying important implications for the evolution of aquatic organisms, includingExpand
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Phylogenomics of piranhas and pacus (Serrasalmidae) uncovers how dietary convergence and parallelism obfuscate traditional morphological taxonomy.
The Amazon and neighboring South American river basins harbor the world's most diverse assemblages of freshwater fishes. One of the most prominent South American fish families is the SerrasalmidaeExpand
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