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Founder population size and number of source populations enhance colonization success in waterstriders
Understanding the factors that underlie colonization success is crucial both for ecological theory and conservation practices. The most effective way to assess colonization ability is to introduceExpand
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PARASITES AND SEXUAL REPRODUCTION IN PSYCHID MOTHS
Abstract Persistence of sexual reproduction among coexisting asexual competitors has been a major paradox in evolutionary biology. The number of empirical studies is still very limited, as fewExpand
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PARASITES AND SEXUAL REPRODUCTION IN PSYCHID MOTHS
Abstract Persistence of sexual reproduction among coexisting asexual competitors has been a major paradox in evolutionary biology. The number of empirical studies is still very limited, as fewExpand
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Phylogeny and evolution of parthenogenesis in Finnish bagworm moth species (Lepidoptera : Psychidae : Naryciinae) based on mtDNA-markers
We investigated species diversity and evolution of parthenogenesis among bagworm moth species of Dahlica and Siederia using mitochondrial DNA sequencing. Parthenogenesis is rare among LepidopteraExpand
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Genetic diversity in populations of asexual and sexual bag worm moths (Lepidoptera: Psychidae)
BackgroundDespite the two-fold cost of sex, most of the higher animals reproduce sexually. The advantage of sex has been suggested to be its ability, through recombination, to generate greaterExpand
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