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Inclusive fitness theory presumes a human ability to discriminate between kin and nonkin. The present study investigated to what extent computer-generated similarity or dissimilarity can be discerned as phenotypic resemblance or dissimilarity, respec...
Keith, David A. (Australian Wetlands Rivers and Landscapes Centre, University of New South Wales);Rodríguez, Jon Paul (Centro de Ecología, Instituto Venezolano de Investigaciones Científicas);Benson, John S. (Royal Botanic Gardens Trust, Australia);Bishop, Melanie J. (Department of Biological Sciences, Macquarie University);Bonifacio, Ronald (Science Resource Centre, Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Australia);Brooks, Thomas M. (IUCN Commission on Ecosystem Management and IUCN Species Survival Commission);Burgman, Mark A. (Australian Centre of Excellence for Risk Assessment, University of Melbourne);Comer, Patrick (NatureServe);Comín, Francisco A. (Pyrenean Institute of Ecology);Essl, Franz (Department of Botany and Biodiversity Research, Faculty of Life Sciences, University of Vienna);Faber-Langendoen, Don (NatureServe);Fairweather, Peter G. (School of Biological Sciences, Flinders University);Rodríguez-Clark, Kathryn M. (Centro de Ecología, Instituto Venezolano de Investigaciones Científicas);Holdaway, Robert J. (Landcare Research);Jennings, Michael (Department of Geography, University of Idaho);Kingsford, Richard T. (Australian Wetlands Rivers and Landscapes Centre, University of New South Wales);Lester, Rebecca E. (School of Life and Environmental Sciences, Deakin University);Nally, Ralph Mac (Australian Centre for Biodiversity, School of Biological Sciences Monash University);McCarthy, Michael A. (Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions, University of Melbourne);Moat, Justin (Royal Botanic Gardens, England);Oliveira-Miranda, María A. (Provita);Pisanu, Phil (Science Resource Centre, Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Australia);Poulin, Brigitte (Tour du Valat Research Center);Nicholson, Emily (Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions, University of Melbourne);Regan, Tracey J. (Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions, University of Melbourne);Riecken, Uwe (German Federal Agency for Nature Conservation);Spalding, Mark D. (The Nature Conservancy and Conservation Science Group, Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge);Zambrano-Martínez, Sergio (Centro de Ecología, Instituto Venezolano de Investigaciones Científicas);Aapala, Kaisu (Finnish Environment Institute);Alonso, Alfonso (Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute);Asmussen, Marianne (Centro de Ecología, Instituto Venezolano de Investigaciones Científicas);Bachman, Steven (Royal Botanic Gardens, England);Basset, Alberto (Department of Biological and Environmental Science, Ecotekne Center, University of Salento);Barrow, Edmund G. (IUCN Global Ecosystem Management Programme)
An understanding of risks to biodiversity is needed for planning action to slow current rates of decline and secure ecosystem services for future human use. Although the IUCN Red List criteria provide an effective assessment protocol for species, a s...
A trade-off between strategies maximizing growth and minimizing losses appears to be a fundamental property of evolving biological entities existing in environments with limited resources. In the special case of unicellular planktonic organisms, the ...
Animal miRNAs commonly mediate mRNA degradation and/or translational repression by binding to their target mRNAs. Key factors for miRNA-mediated mRNA degradation are the components of the miRNA effector complex (AGO1 and GW182) and the general mRNA d...
The plant pathogen Pepino mosaic virus (PepMV) is a major disease of greenhouse tomato crops worldwide. Plant pathogens can induce expression of defence- or pathogenesis-related proteins, including identified allergens. Therefore we hypothesised that...
The results of an ethnobotanical study conducted in the pristine village of Prokoško Lake (Vranica Mountain, Bosnia and Herzegovina) in summer 2007 is presented. Informal interviews involving 12 informants known as "traditional healers" provided data...
Up to 450,000 non-coding RNAs (ncRNAs) have been predicted to be transcribed from the human genome. However, it still has to be elucidated which of these transcripts represent functional ncRNAs. Since all functional ncRNAs in Eukarya form ribonucleo-...
The high-resolution crystal structure of the leucine transporter (LeuT) is frequently used as a template for homology models of the dopamine transporter (DAT). Although similar in structure, DAT differs considerably from LeuT in a number of ways: (i)...