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Codes and data from: The effect of habitat choice on evolutionary rescue in subdivided populations

Peter Czuppon, François Blanquart, Hildegard Uecker & Florence Débarre
Evolutionary rescue is the process by which a population, in response to an environmental change, successfully avoids extinction through adaptation. In spatially structured environments, dispersal can affect the probability of rescue. Here, we model an environment consisting of patches that degrade one after another, and we investigate the probability of rescue by a mutant adapted to the degraded habitat. We focus on the effects of dispersal and of immigration biases. We find that the probability...

Binding of acetylcholine and other quaternary ammonium cations by sulfonated calixarenes. Crystal structure of a [choline-tetrasulfonated calix[4]arene] complex

Jean-Marie Lehn, Robert Meric, Jean-Pierre Vigneron, Michele Cesario, Jean Guilhem, Claudine Pascard, Zouhair Asfari & Jacques Vicens
(1995). Binding of acetylcholine and other quaternary ammonium cations by sulfonated calixarenes. Crystal structure of a [choline-tetrasulfonated calix[4]arene] complex. Supramolecular Chemistry: Vol. 5, No. 2, pp. 97-103.

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