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Hybridization effects on phenotypic plasticity: experimental compensatory growth in farmed-wild Atlantic salmon
Compensatory growth (CG) is a means by which organisms can increase their growth rate above their routine growth rate after a period of environmentally induced growth depression. Despite a focus on the implications of ...
Relative risks of inbreeding and outbreeding depression in the wild in endangered salmon
Conservation biologists routinely face the dilemma of keeping small, fragmented populations isolated, wherein inbreeding depression may ensue, or mixing such populations, which may exacerbate population declines via ...
The Ecology of Atlantic Cod (Gadus morhua) in Canadian Arctic Lakes
The range of limnological conditions that support Atlantic cod populations in meromictic Arctic lakes is known to be relatively restricted. The degree to which differences in these features, particularly in the availability ...
The Influence of Operational Sex Ratio on the Intensity of Competition for Mates
The evolution and maintenance of secondary sexual characteristics and behavior are heavily influenced by the variance in mating success among individuals in a population. The operational sex ratio (OSR) is often used as ...