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STARTUP MANAGEMENT AS A DAILY DESTINATION FOR ENTREPRENEURS

Aizhan Dosalieva & Baialy Dosaliev

TOURISM SERVICES SECTOR IN THE ERA OF CHANGESIN THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION 4.0

Eugenia Panfiluk, Anastasia Ivchenkova, Gabriela Monika Kucharczyk, Joanna Martyniak, Kamila Rochalska & Ewelina Sankowska

AN INNOVATIVE DESIGNOF A NEW MEANS OF PUBLIC TRANSPORT

Patrycja Piórkowska & Danuta Szpilko

Data from: Drivers of vegetative dormancy across herbaceous perennial plant species

Richard P. Shefferson, Tiiu Kull, Michael J. Hutchings, Marc-André Selosse, Hans Jacquemyn, Kimberly M. Kellett, Eric S. Menges, Richard B. Primack, Juha Tuomi, Kirsi Alahuhta, Sonja Hurskainen, Helen M. Alexander, Derek S. Anderson, Rein Brys, Emilia Brzosko, Slavomir Dostálik, Katharine Gregg, Zdeněk Ipser, Anne Jäkäläniemi, Jana Jersáková, W. Dean Kettle, Melissa K. McCormick, Ana Mendoza, Michael T. Miller, Asbjørn Moen … & Dennis F. Whigham
Vegetative dormancy, that is the temporary absence of aboveground growth for ≥ 1 year, is paradoxical, because plants cannot photosynthesise or flower during dormant periods. We test ecological and evolutionary hypotheses for its widespread persistence. We show that dormancy has evolved numerous times. Most species displaying dormancy exhibit life‐history costs of sprouting, and of dormancy. Short‐lived and mycoheterotrophic species have higher proportions of dormant plants than long‐lived species and species with other nutritional modes. Foliage...

Data from: Unexpected population genetic structure of European roe deer in Poland: an invasion of the mtDNA genome from Siberian roe deer

Maciej Matosiuk, Anetta Borkowska, Magdalena Świsłocka, Paweł Mirski, Zbigniew Borowski, Kamil Krysiuk, Aleksey A. Danilkin, Elena Y. Zvychaynaya, Alexander P. Saveljev & Mirosław Ratkiewicz
Introgressive hybridization is a widespread evolutionary phenomenon which may lead to increased allelic variation at selective-neutral loci and to transfer of fitness-related traits to introgressed lineages. We inferred the population genetic structure of the European roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) in Poland from mitochondrial (CR and cyt b) and sex-linked markers (ZFX, SRY, DBY4 and DBY8). Analyses of CR mtDNA sequences from 452 individuals indicated widespread introgression of Siberian roe deer (C. pygargus) mtDNA in the...

THE CONCEPT OF SMARTMOBILITY IN BIALYSTOK

Damian Surel & Klaudia Tomaszewska

Data from: Evolutionary neutrality of mtDNA introgression: evidence from complete mitogenome analysis in roe deer

Maciej Matosiuk, Irina N. Sheremetyeva, Ilya S. Sheremetyev, Alexander P. Saveljev & Anetta Borkowska
Introgressive hybridization offers a unique platform for studying the molecular basis of natural selection acting on mitogenomes. Most of the mtDNA protein-coding genes are extremely conserved; however, some of the observed variations have potentially adaptive significance. Here, we evaluated whether the evolution of mtDNA in closely related roe deer species affected by widespread mtDNA introgression is neutral or adaptive. We characterized and compared 16 complete mitogenomes of European (Capreolus capreolus) and Siberian (C. pygargus) roe...

Data from: From past to future: impact of climate change on range shifts and genetic diversity patterns of circumboreal plants

Ada Wróblewska & Paweł Mirski
Climate change is projected to influence the genetic resources of plant species. Recent research has examined genetic diversity patterns under current climate conditions, with little attention to the future genetic consequences for species. In this study, we combined ecological niche modeling and population genetic approaches to project future changes in genetic diversity using plastid and nuclear DNA and reconstructed distribution patterns of three circumboreal plants (Chamaedaphne calyculata, Linnaea borealis ssp. borealis, and Pedicularis sceptrum-carolinum ssp....

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