Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences

Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences

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  • Benton, Michael J.; Dhouailly, Danielle; Jiang, Baoyu; McNamara, Maria E. (Elsevier, 2019-06-01)
    Feathers have long been regarded as the innovation that drove the success of birds. However, feathers have been reported from close dinosaurian relatives of birds, and now from ornithischian dinosaurs and pterosaurs, the ...
  • Williams, Molly-Ann; O'Grady, Joyce; Ball, Bernard; Carlsson, Jens; de Eyto, Elvira; McGinnity, Philip; Jennings, Eleanor; Regan, Fiona; Parle-McDermott, Anne (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2019-06-08)
    We report the first application of CRISPR‐Cas technology to single species detection from environmental DNA (eDNA). Organisms shed and excrete DNA into their environment such as in skin cells and faeces, referred to as ...
  • Dawson, Ian K.; Attwood, Simon J.; Park, Sarah E.; Jamnadass, Ramni; Powell, Wayne; Sunderland, Terry; Kindt, Roeland; McMullin, Stepha; Hoebe, Peter N.; Baddeley, John; Staver, Charles; Vadez, Vincent; Carsan, Sammy; Roshetko, James M.; Amri, Ahmed; Karamura, Eldad; Karamura, Deborah; van Breugel, Paulo; Hossain, Md. Emdad; Phillips, Michael; Kumar, Ashok; Lillesø, Jens-Peter B.; Benzie, John A. H.; Sabastian, Gerhard E.; Ekesa, Beatrice; Ocimati, Walter; Graudal, Lars (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2019)
    Biodiversity supports sustainable food production, although recognition of its roles has been relatively neglected in the sustainable intensification literature. In the current study, the roles of biodiversity in sustainable ...
  • Gosch, Martha; Cronin, Michelle A.; Rogan, Emer; Hunt, William; Luck, Cian; Jessopp, Mark (PLoS ONE, 2019-01-02)
    In ecological studies it is often assumed that predator foraging strategies and resource use are geographically and seasonally homogeneous, resulting in relatively static trophic relationships. However, certain centrally ...
  • Reed, Thomas E.; Prodöhl, Paulo A.; Bradley, Caroline; Gilbey, John; McGinnity, Philip; Primmer, Craig R.; Bacon, Phil J. (NRC Research Press, 2018-07-30)
    While evolutionary responses require heritable variation, estimates of heritability (h2) from wild fish populations remain rare. A 20-year molecular pedigree for a wild Scottish population of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) ...

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