Global urban signatures of phenotypic change in animal and plant populations.

@article{Alberti2017GlobalUS,
  title={Global urban signatures of phenotypic change in animal and plant populations.},
  author={Marina Alberti and Cristian Correa and John M. Marzluff and Andrew P. Hendry and Eric P Palkovacs and Kiyoko M Gotanda and Victoria M. Hunt and Travis M Apgar and Yuyu Zhou},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2017},
  volume={114 34},
  pages={8951-8956}
}
Humans challenge the phenotypic, genetic, and cultural makeup of species by affecting the fitness landscapes on which they evolve. Recent studies show that cities might play a major role in contemporary evolution by accelerating phenotypic changes in wildlife, including animals, plants, fungi, and other organisms. Many studies of ecoevolutionary change have focused on anthropogenic drivers, but none of these studies has specifically examined the role that urbanization plays in ecoevolution or… CONTINUE READING

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