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Conservation genetics as applied evolution: from genetic pattern to evolutionary process
Conservation genetics can be seen as the effort to influence the evolutionary process in ways that enhance the persistence of populations. Much published research in the field applies genetic sampling techniques to infer ...
Repeatability in lactation performance and the consequences for maternal reproductive success in gray seals
In mammals, the most significant maternal effect on offspring growth during lactation is the ability of females to efficiently transfer milk energy to their neonates. However, despite the importance of the transfer of ...
Response: on the consequences of sexual selection for fisheries-induced evolution
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Pollen limitation of plant reproduction: Ecological and evolutionary causes and consequences
Determining whether seed production is pollen limited has been an area of intensive empirical study over the last two decades. Yet current evidence does not allow satisfactory assessment of the causes or consequences of ...
Karl Popper’s organon and the world’s fisheries: fish stock assessment as a pseudoscience, an inductivism that can bear no fruit
Recent long term historical studies of commercial fisheries have pointed to a well established pattern of overfishing. Under the principle of transference – what is true in logic is true in psychology and scientific method ...