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The influence of biogeographical and evolutionary histories on morphological trait-matching and resource specialization in mutualistic hummingbird-plant networks

Bo Dalsgaard, Pietro Maruyama, Jesper Sonne, Katrine Hansen, Thais Zanata, Stefan Abrahamczyk, Ruben Alarcon, Andréa Araujo, Francielle Araújo, Silvana Buzato, Edgar Chávez-González, Aline Coelho, Pete Cotton, Román Díaz-Valenzuela, Maria Dufke, Paula Enríquez, Manoel Martins Dias Filho, Erich Fischer, Glauco Kohler, Carlos Lara, Flor Maria Las-Casas, Liliana Rosero Lasprilla, Adriana Machado, Caio Machado, Maria Maglianesi … & Ana M. Martín González
Functional traits can determine pairwise species interactions, such as those between plants and pollinators. However, the effects of biogeography and evolutionary history on trait-matching and trait-mediated resource specialization remain poorly understood. We compiled a database of 93 mutualistic hummingbird-plant networks (including 181 hummingbird and 1,256 plant species), complemented by morphological measures of hummingbird bill and floral corolla length. We divided the hummingbirds into their principal clades and used knowledge on hummingbird biogeography to divide the...

Programa de educação da Wikipédia como metodologia ativa de ensino e ferramenta de colaboração coletiva em saúde auditiva

Lilian Jacob
As tecnologias de informação e comunicação visam facilitar o processo de ensino e de aprendizagem, enquanto abrem possibilidades a novas formas de ação, de interação e de aquisição de conhecimentos. O acesso à informação livre é compreendido como uma etapa necessária para a promoção da saúde em geral. O objetivo principal será analisar a utilização da Wikipédia enquanto instrumento de Metodologia Ativa de Ensino, bem como ferramenta de Educação em Saúde. Parte-se da hipótese de...

Ecological and biogeographic processes drive the proteome evolution of snake venom

Tuany Siqueira-Silva, Luiz Lima, Jônatas Chaves-Silveira, Talita Amado, Julian Naipauer, Pablo Riul & Pablo Martinez
The emergence of venom is an evolutionary innovation that favored the diversification and survival of snakes. The composition of snake venoms is known in detail from venom gland proteomic data. However, there is still a gap of knowledge about the forces that lead to the expression of different toxins in different proportions in the venom cocktail across space and time. LOCATION World. TIME PERIOD Modern. MAJOR TAXA STUDIED Elapidae and Viperidae. We integrated proteomic data...

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