- Competitive exclusion within the predator community influences the distribution of a threatened prey species.
- Byholm P, Burgas D, Virtanen T, Valkama J.SourceNovia University of Applied Sciences, Raseborgsvägen 9, FI-10600 Ekends, Finland. firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ecology.Ecology.2012 Aug;93(8):1802-8.
- While much effort has been made to quantify how landscape composition influences the distribution of species, the possibility that geographical differences in species interactions might affect species distributions has received less attention. Investigating a predator-prey setting in a boreal forest
- PMID 22928409
- Differences in mating behavior lead to asymmetric mating interactions and consequential changes in sex ratio between an invasive and an indigenous whitefly.
- Luan J, Liu S.SourceMinistry of Agriculture Key Laboratory of Agricultural Entomology, Institute of Insect Sciences, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China.
- Integrative zoology.Integr Zool.2012 Mar;7(1):1-15. doi: 10.1111/j.1749-4877.2011.00273.x.
- The invasive B whitefly and the indigenous ZHJ2 whitefly in China of the Bemisia tabaci complex represent two previously allopatric cryptic species. Laboratory experiments have shown that the invasive B can displace the indigenous ZHJ2. Here, we observed the mating behavior and mating interactions b
- PMID 22405444
- Heterospecifically mated females exhibited significant perturbations in the expression of the majority of these genes, and also down-regulated transcription of a number of others, including gene expression reproduction speciation 1 ...
- Heterospecifically mated females exhibited significant perturbations in the expression of the majority of these genes, and also down-regulated transcription of a number of others, including gene expression reproduction speciation ...