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Size-selective mortality induces evolutionary changes in group risk-taking behavior and the circadian system in a fish

Valerio Sbragaglia, Valerio Sbragaglia, Jose Fernando López-Olmeda, Elena Frigato, Cristiano Bertolucci & Robert Arlinghaus
1. Intensive and trait-selective mortality of fish and wildlife can cause evolutionary changes in a range of life-history and behavioral traits. These changes might in turn alter the circadian system due to coevolutionary mechanisms or correlated selection responses both at behavioral and molecular levels, with knock-on effects on daily physiological processes and behavioral outputs. 2. We examined the evolutionary impact of size-selective harvesting on group risk-taking behavior and the circadian system in a model fish...

La vajilla de bronce romana tardorrepublicana de Libisosa

Héctor Uroz Rodríguez
Madrider Mitteilungen, 56 (2015)

Nuevo fragmento de sarcófago paleocristiano procedente de Begastri (Cehegín, Murcia)

José Miguel Noguera Celdrán & José Antonio Molina Gómez
Madrider Mitteilungen, 56 (2015)

The accessibility to doctoral theses in Spain: A political change and a reconsidering of its nature

Isabel de Torres Ramírez & Dolores Ayuso-García
The term Grey Literature was cained in the XIX century in USA, thanks to the literature reports [Ramos de Carvalho, 2001]. In 1978, after the attempt to define Grey Literature (from now GL) identifying it with the non conventional one, the attending ones to the York Seminary –not without reticence- were forced to make an index of the documents that could be integrated in it. However, nowadays we have to take into account that communication...

Intercontinental long‐distance seed dispersal across the Mediterranean Basin explains population genetic structure of a bird‐dispersed shrub

V. Martínez-López, Cristina García, Víctor Zapata, Francisco Robledano & Pilar De La Rua
Long-distance dispersal (LDD) is a pivotal process for plants determining their range of distribution and promoting gene flow among distant populations. Most fleshy-fruited species rely on frugivorous vertebrates to disperse their seeds across the landscape. While LDD events are difficult to record, a few ecological studies have shown that birds move a sizeable number of ingested seeds across geographic barriers, such as sea straits. The foraging movements of migrant frugivores across distant populations, including those...

Irreversible habitat specialization does not constrain diversification in hypersaline water beetles

Adrián Villastrigo, Paula Arribas & Ignacio Ribera
Specialization to extreme environments is often considered an evolutionary dead-end, leading to irreversible adaptations and reduced evolvability. There is, however, mixed evidence of this macroevolutionary pattern, and limited data from speciose lineages. Here, we tested the effect of habitat specialization to hypersaline waters in the diversification rates of aquatic beetles of the genus Ochthebius (Coleoptera, Hydraenidae), using a molecular phylogeny with more than 50% of the 546 recognized species, including representatives of all subgenus and...

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