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A Genome-wide SNP Genotyping Array Reveals Patterns of Global and Repeated Species-Pair Divergence in Sticklebacks
Genes underlying repeated adaptive evolution in natural populations are still largely unknown. Stickleback fish (Gasterosteus aculeatus) have undergone a recent dramatic evolutionary radiation,Expand
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STRUCTURAL RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN SPINES AND LATERAL PLATES IN THREESPINE STICKLEBACK (GASTEROSTEUS ACULEATUS)
  • T. E. Reimchen
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Evolution; international journal of organic…
  • 1 September 1983
Of the five genera of stickleback (Gasterosteidae), Casterosteus has the longest dorsal and pelvic spines and the most extensive expression of lateral bony plates (Nelson, 1971). Spines, which can beExpand
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Some ecological and evolutionary aspects of bear-salmon interactions in coastal British Columbia
I examine here quantity and characteristics of chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) captured by black bears (Ursus americanus) during autumn spawning migration in an old-growth watershed on Moresby IslandExpand
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LOSS OF NUPTIAL COLOR IN THREESPINE STICKLEBACKS (GASTEROSTEUS ACULEATUS)
  • T. E. Reimchen
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Evolution; international journal of organic…
  • 1 March 1989
Loss of conspicuous nuptial color in Gasterosteus aculeatus (threespine stickleback) has been reported from several localities in western North America and is ascribed to increased rates of predationExpand
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The unique ecology of human predators
An anomalous and unbalanced predator In the past century, humans have become the dominant predator across many systems. The species that we target are thus far in considerable decline; however,Expand
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Ecological causes of sex-biased parasitism in threespine stickleback
Males and females can differ in levels of parasitism and such differences may be mediated by the costs of sexual selection or by ecological differences between the genders. In threespine stickleback,Expand
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Habitat‐dependent reduction of sexual dimorphism in geometric body shape of Haida Gwaii threespine stickleback
We investigated the extent of sexual dimorphism in body shape in adult threespine stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus) from 39 lakes, eight streams, and five marine (two brackish, three full marine)Expand
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FUNCTIONAL IMPLICATIONS OF FLUCTUATING ASYMMETRY AMONG ENDEMIC POPULATIONS OF GASTEROSTEUS ACULEATUS
Fluctuating asymmetry (FA) has been used as a measure of developmental stability across many taxa, with asymmetric individuals presumed to have reduced fitness. FA has also been suggested for use inExpand
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Foraging behaviour by gray wolves on salmon streams in coastal British Columbia
Spawning salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.) are important resources for terrestrial ecosystems and often shape the ecological strategies of organisms with which they co-evolve. Gray wolves (Canis lupus),Expand
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Ecological opportunity and levels of morphological variance within freshwater stickleback populations
The ‘ecological opportunity’ hypothesis predicts that when interspecific competition or predation is reduced, populations will exhibit increases in phenotypic variance as a result of colonization andExpand
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