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Footprints in the sand: independent reduction of subdigital lamellae in the Namib–Kalahari burrowing geckos
(East Carolina University, 2006-04-07)
Many desert organisms exhibit convergence, and certain physical factors such as windblown sands have generated remarkably similar ecomorphs across divergent lineages. The burrowing geckos Colopus, Chondrodactylus and ...
Inbreeding Depression and Mixed Mating in Leptosiphon jepsonii: A Comparison of Three Populations
(East Carolina University, 2006-08)
Background and Aims: Inbreeding depression is thought to play a central role in the evolution and maintenance of cross-fertilization. Theory indicates that inbreeding depression can be purged with self-fertilization, ...
The evolution of parental care and egg size: a comparative analysis in frogs
(East Carolina University, 2006-03-22)
The evolution of parental care and egg size has attracted considerable attention and theoretical debate. Several different hypotheses have been proposed concerning the trajectories of parental care and egg size evolution ...
Bisphenol A: vom Saal and Hughes Respond
(East Carolina University, 2006-01)