Exposing sires to various environmental manipulations has demonstrated that paternal effects can be non-trivial also in species where male investment in offspring is almost exclusively limited to sperm. Whether paternal effects also have a genetic component (i.e. paternal indirect genetic effects - PIGEs) in such species is however largely unknown, primarily because of methodological difficulties separating indirect from direct effects of genes. PIGEs may nevertheless be important, since they have the capacity to contribute to...
The behavioral responses of the Chiguanco thrush to urbanization in a Neotropical city comes from preadapted behavioral traitsAlvaro Garitano-Zavala, Rodrigo Calbimonte & Guillermo Esteve-Herraiz
Several animal species can survive within cities by changing their behavior; such changes could be the result of evolutionary adaptation, epigenetic effects, or come from preadapted traits through phenotypic plasticity or non-random dispersal. Exploring whether behavioral preadapted traits are present in non-urbanized populations could improve our understanding of the processes that allow animals to cope with urbanization. We compared the boldness, neophobia, and solving-test skills of adult individuals of the Chiguanco Thrush (Turdus chiguanco) between...
Data and Materials : Summarizing Global SARS-CoV-2 Geographical Spread by Phylogenetic Multitype Branching ModelsHao Chi Kiang , Krzysztof Bartoszek, Sebastian Sakowski, Stefano Iacus & Michele Vespe
Raw numerical results, phylogeny, and related data for the conference proceeding article "Summarizing Global SARS-CoV-2 Geographical Spread by Phylogenetic Multitype Branching Models".
The content of this dataset is all information month by month (24 ) about cortisol concentration in hair among 48 women and other relevant questions , like stress, use of steroids, work and so one.
Multi-source mapping of peatland types using Sentinel-1, Sentinel-2 and terrain derivatives – A comparison between five high-latitude landscapes: Remote sensing predictor variables and field reference dataMartin Karlson
The dataset includes preprocessed predictor variables in image format (geoTIFF) from Sentinel-1, Sentinel-2 and Copernicus DEM for the five sites, including North Slope (Alaska), Yukon (Canada), Great Slave Lake (Canada), Hudson Bay Lowlands (Canada) and northern Sweden (Scandinavia). It also includes reference data (shape files) used for training and validation of classification models.