Using replicated evolution in extremophile fish to understand diversification in elemental composition and nutrient excretion

@inproceedings{Tobler2015UsingRE,
  title={Using replicated evolution in extremophile fish to understand diversification in elemental composition and nutrient excretion},
  author={Michael Tobler and DANIELLE M. ALBA and Punidan D Jeyasingh},
  year={2015}
}
1. Ecological sources of selection are key drivers of evolutionary change in populations. Information on the ecological relevance of such evolutionary shifts is comparatively sparse and has received renewed interest. The framework of ecological stoichiometry is useful to investigate the reciprocal effects between ecology and evolution, because data on somatic stoichiometry of ancestral and descendent populations can be used to predict ecological functions, such as nutrient recycling, using mass… CONTINUE READING
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