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Beyond DNA: integrating inclusive inheritance into an extended theory of evolution
Many biologists are calling for an 'extended evolutionary synthesis' that would 'modernize the modern synthesis' of evolution. Biological information is typically considered as being transmittedExpand
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Individual dispersal, landscape connectivity and ecological networks
Connectivity is classically considered an emergent property of landscapes encapsulating individuals' flows across space. However, its operational use requires a precise understanding of why and howExpand
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Public Versus Personal Information for Mate Copying in an Invertebrate
Organisms require information to make decisions about fitness-affecting resources, such as mates. Animals may extract "personal information" about potential mates by observing their physicalExpand
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An integrated comparison of captive-bred and wild Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar): Implications for supportive breeding programs
Supportive breeding is a strategy consisting in maintaining a pool of locally-adapted wild genitors in captivity whose offspring are released in the wild at an early developmental stage. In thisExpand
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Fitness consequences of individual specialisation in resource use and trophic morphology in European eels
Individual specialisation can lead to the exploitation of different trophic and habitat resources and the production of morphological variability within a population. Although the ecological causesExpand
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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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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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Intraspecific variability in host manipulation by parasites.
Manipulative parasites have the capacity to alter a broad range of phenotypic traits in their hosts, extending from colour, morphology and behaviour. While significant attention has been devoted toExpand
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Adaptation to Global Change: A Transposable Element-Epigenetics Perspective.
Understanding how organisms cope with global change is a major scientific challenge. The molecular pathways underlying rapid adaptive phenotypic responses to global change remain poorly understood.Expand
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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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