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Genetic structure and gene flow in a metapopulation of an endangered plant species, Silene tatarica
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The overall pattern of genetic variation within and between subpopulations suggested a ‘classical’ metapopulation structure of the species suggested by the ecological surveys, and relative high amounts of linkage disequilibrium at subpopulation level indicated recent population bottlenecks or admixture. Expand
LIMITATION OF REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS BY FOOD AVAILABILITY AND BREEDING TIME IN PIED FLYCATCHERS
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The view that timing-related energy constraints on breeding are important causes of seasonal decline in clutch size and reproductive success is supported. Expand
Consequences of plant population size and density for plant–pollinator interactions and plant performance
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It is concluded that plant–pollinator interactions are sensitive to changes in both the size and spatial arrangement of plant populations, which can affect their demography and genetics. Expand
Genetic Diversity, Population Size, and Fitness in Central and Peripheral Populations of a Rare Plant Lychnis viscaria
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Even though small and peripheral populations of Lychnis viscaria had lower levels of genetic variation, they were as viable as larger populations, which emphasizes their potential value for conservation. Expand
Combining ecological and recreational aspects in national park management: A choice experiment application
Increasing pressure to diversify development of national parks emphasizes the need for new and relevant information for park management decisions. In this paper, we use choice experiment to valueExpand
Recreation-induced changes in boreal bird communities in protected areas.
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The results show that the recreation-induced disturbance with relatively low visitor pressure can have negative impacts on some bird species and groups of species and should be considered in management of protected areas with recreational activities. Expand
A TRADE-OFF BETWEEN CURRENT REPRODUCTION AND MOLT IN THE PIED FLYCATCHER - AN EXPERIMENT
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It is suggested that a trade-off between moult and current reproduction could be one possible mechanism causing costs of reproduction in birds. Expand
Selecting networks of nature reserves: methods do affect the long-term outcome
Data on vascular plants of boreal lakes in Finland were used to compare the efficiency of reserve selection methods in representing four aspects of biodiversity over a 63 year period. These aspectsExpand
FLUCTUATING ASYMMETRY IN CENTRAL AND MARGINAL POPULATIONS OF LYCHNIS VISCARIA IN RELATION TO GENETIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS
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Study of flowers of a perennial outcrossing plant species, Lychnis viscaria, concludes that even though fluctuating asymmetry seems to be a sensitive tool for detecting stresses, results from studies focusing on only one factor should be interpreted with caution. Expand
Nestling growth and mortality of Pied Flycatchers Ficedula hypoleuca in relation to weather and breeding effort
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B brood reduction through sibling competition is a mechanism whereby brood size can be adjusted to the level the parents can rear under the prevailing conditions, and weather is a very important determinant of reproductive success in this species. Expand
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