American Naturalist, 0003-0147

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  1. 2019
  2. A minimal model for the latitudinal diversity gradient suggests a dominant role for ecological limits

    Etienne, R. S., Cabral, J. S., Hagen, O., Hartig, F., Hurlbert, A. H., Pellissier, L., Mikael Pontarp & Storch, D., 2019, In : American Naturalist.

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  3. 2018
  4. Frequency Dependence and Ecological Drift Shape Coexistence of Species with Similar Niches

    Erik I. Svensson, Miguel A. Gómez-Llano, Torres, A. R. & Bensch, H. M., 2018, In : American Naturalist. 191, 6, p. 691-703

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  5. Genomic Contingencies and the Potential for Local Adaptation in a Hybrid Species

    Anna Runemark, Fernández, L. P., Eroukhmanoff, F. & Sætre, G. P., 2018, In : American Naturalist. 192, 1, p. 10-22

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  6. 2017
  7. The rate of seasonal changes in temperature alters acclimation of performance under climate change

    Viktor Nilsson-Örtman & Johansson, F., 2017 Dec 1, In : American Naturalist. 190, 6, p. 743-761 19 p.

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  8. Variation in growth drives the duration of parental care: A test of Ydenberg’s model

    Elliott, K. H., Linnebjerg, J. F., Burke, C., Gaston, A. J., Mosbech, A., Frederiksen, M. & Merkel, F. R., 2017, In : American Naturalist. 189, 5, p. 526-538 13 p.

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  9. 2016
  10. Reptile embryos lack the opportunity to thermoregulate by moving within the egg

    Telemeco, R. S., Gangloff, E. J., Cordero, G. A., Mitchell, T. S., Bodensteiner, B. L., Holden, K. G., Mitchell, S. M., Polich, R. L. & Janzen, F. J., 2016 Jul 1, In : American Naturalist. 188, 1, p. E13-E27

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  11. Adaptive use of information during growth can explain long-term effects of early life experiences

    English, S., Fawcett, T. W., Higginson, A. D., Trimmer, P. C. & Tobias Uller, 2016 May 1, In : American Naturalist. 187, 5, p. 620-632 13 p.

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  12. 2015
  13. Causes and Consequences of Partial Migration in a Passerine Bird

    Arne Hegemann, Marra, P. P. & Tieleman, B. I., 2015, In : American Naturalist. 186, 4, p. 531-546

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  14. Evolutionary Time-Series Analysis Reveals the Signature of Frequency-Dependent Selection on a Female Mating Polymorphism

    Le Rouzic, A., Hansen, T. F., Gosden, T. & Erik Svensson, 2015, In : American Naturalist. 185, 6, p. E182-E196

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  15. Information-Mediated Allee Effects in Breeding Habitat Selection

    Schmidt, K. A., Jacob Johansson & Betts, M. G., 2015, In : American Naturalist. 186, 6, p. E162-E171

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  16. 2014
  17. Intralocus sexual conflict over wing length in a wild migratory bird

    Maja Tarka, Åkesson, M., Dennis Hasselquist & Bengt Hansson, 2014, In : American Naturalist. 183, 1, p. 62-73

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  18. Life-History Differences Favor Evolution of Male Dimorphism in Competitive Games

    Smallegange, I. M. & Jacob Johansson, 2014, In : American Naturalist. 183, 2, p. 188-198

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  19. Reciprocal specialization in multihost malaria parasite communities of birds: a temperate-tropical comparison

    Svensson-Coelho, M., Vincenzo A Ellis, Loiselle, B. A., Blake, J. G. & Ricklefs, R. E., 2014, In : American Naturalist. 184, 5, p. 624-635 12 p.

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  20. Sex-Specific Patterns of Aging in Sexual Ornaments and Gametes

    Charlie Cornwallis, Dean, R. & Pizzari, T., 2014, In : American Naturalist. 184, 3, p. E66-E78

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  21. Species Collapse via Hybridization in Darwin's Tree Finches

    Kleindorfer, S., O'Connor, J. A., Dudaniec, R., Myers, S. A., Robertson, J. & Sulloway, F. J., 2014, In : American Naturalist. 183, 3, p. 325-341

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  22. 2013
  23. Differences in Speed and Duration of Bird Migration between Spring and Autumn.

    Cecilia Nilsson, Klaassen, R. & Thomas Alerstam, 2013, In : American Naturalist. 181, 6, p. 837-845

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  24. Multiple-Strain Infections of Borrelia afzelii: A Role for Within-Host Interactions in the Maintenance of Antigenic Diversity?

    Andersson, M., Scherman, K. & Lars Råberg, 2013, In : American Naturalist. 181, 4, p. 545-554

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  25. Sex-Specific Fitness Consequences of Nutrient Intake and the Evolvability of Diet Preferences

    Reddiex, A. J., Gosden, T., Bonduriansky, R. & Chenoweth, S. F., 2013, In : American Naturalist. 182, 1, p. 91-102

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  26. 2012
  27. 2011
  28. Incubation temperature affects growth and energy metabolism in blue tit nestlings.

    Andreas Nord & Jan-Åke Nilsson, 2011, In : American Naturalist. 178, 5, p. 639-651

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  29. 2010
  30. Cytonuclear Interactions and the Economics of Mating in Seed Beetles

    Dowling, D. K., Meerupati, T. & Arnqvist, G., 2010, In : American Naturalist. 176, 2, p. 131-140

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  31. 2009
  32. Density-dependent male mating harassment, female resistance, and male mimicry.

    Gosden, T. & Erik Svensson, 2009, In : American Naturalist. 173, 6, p. 709-721

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  33. Endemism Predicts Intrinsic Vulnerability to Nonindigenous Species on Islands.

    Helena Berglund, Järemo, J. & Göran Bengtsson, 2009, In : American Naturalist. 174, 1, p. 94-101

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  34. Heritable variation in maternal yolk hormone transfer in a wild bird population.

    Tschirren, B., Sendecka, J., Groothuis, T. G. G., Gustafsson, L. & Doligez, B., 2009, In : American Naturalist. 174, 4, p. 557-564

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  35. 2008
  36. Male mating constraints affect mutual mate choice: prudent male courting and sperm-limited females.

    Härdling, R., Gosden, T. & Aguilée, R., 2008, In : American Naturalist. 172, 2, p. 259-271

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  37. 2007
  38. Selective predation on wing morphology in sympatric damselflies

    Erik Svensson & Friberg, M., 2007, In : American Naturalist. 170, 1, p. 101-112

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  39. 2006
  40. Nonrandom mating preserves intrasexual polymorphism and stops population differentiation in sexual conflict

    Härdling, R. & Bergsten, J., 2006, In : American Naturalist. 167, 3, p. 401-409

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  41. The role of immune-mediated apparent competition in genetically diverse malaria infections

    Lars Råberg, de Roode, J. C., Bell, A. S., Stamou, P., Gray, D. & Read, A. F., 2006, In : American Naturalist. 168, 1, p. 41-53

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  42. Will sympatric speciation fail due to stochastic competitive exclusion?

    Jacob Johansson & Jörgen Ripa, 2006, In : American Naturalist. 168, 4, p. 572-578

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  43. 2005
  44. Female polymorphism, frequency dependence, and rapid evolutionary dynamics in natural populations

    Erik Svensson, Jessica Abbott & Härdling, R., 2005, In : American Naturalist. 165, 5, p. 567-576

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  45. Testosterone in females: Mediator of adaptive traits, constraint on sexual dimorphism, or both?

    Ketterson, E. D., Nolan, V. & Sandell, M., 2005, In : American Naturalist. 166, 4, p. S85-S98

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  46. 2004
  47. Androgens and the immunocompetence handicap hypothesis: Unraveling direct and indirect pathways of immunosuppression in song sparrows

    Owen-Ashley, N. T., Dennis Hasselquist & Wingfield, J. C., 2004, In : American Naturalist. 164, 4, p. 490-505

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  48. Habitat selection and population regulation in temporally fluctuating environments

    Jonzén, N., Wilcox, C. & Possingham, H. P., 2004, In : American Naturalist. 164, 4, p. E103-E114

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  49. Priority versus brute force: When should males begin guarding resources?

    Härdling, R., Kokko, H. & Elwood, R. W., 2004, In : American Naturalist. 163, 2, p. 240-252

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  50. Spatial scale and temporal component of selection in side-blotched lizards

    Erik Svensson & Sinervo, B., 2004, In : American Naturalist. 163, 5, p. 726-734

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  51. 2003
  52. Dynamics of the caring family

    Härdling, R., Kokko, H. & Arnold, KE., 2003, In : American Naturalist. 161, 3, p. 395-412

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  53. 2002
  54. A theory of stochastic harvesting in stochastic environments

    Jonzén, N., Jörgen Ripa & Per Lundberg, 2002, In : American Naturalist. 159, 5, p. 427-437

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  55. 2001
  56. Dispersal, migration, and offspring retention in saturated habitats

    Kokko, H. & Per Lundberg, 2001, In : American Naturalist. 157, 2, p. 188-202

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  57. Effects of enrichment on simple aquatic food webs

    Anders Persson, Lars-Anders Hansson, Christer Brönmark, Per Lundberg, Lars Pettersson, Greenberg, L., Anders Nilsson, Nyström, P., Romare, P. & Tranvik, L., 2001, In : American Naturalist. 157, 6, p. 654-669

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  58. The effect of dominance on food hoarding: A game theoretical model

    Anders Brodin, Lundborg, K. & Clark, C. W., 2001, In : American Naturalist. 157, 1, p. 66-75

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  59. 1998
  60. A general theory of environmental noise in ecological food webs.

    Jörgen Ripa, Per Lundberg & Kaitala, V., 1998, In : American Naturalist. 151, 3, p. 256-263

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  61. 1994
  62. Intersexual selection and reproductive success in the pheasant Phasianus colchicus

    Torbjörn von Schantz, Grahn, M. & Göransson, G., 1994, In : American Naturalist. 144, 3, p. 510-527

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  63. 1993
  64. Bisexual incubation facilitates hatching asynchrony

    Jan-Åke Nilsson, 1993, In : American Naturalist. 142, 4, p. 712-717

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