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Evolution (General)

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Evolution (General)


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The Rapid Evolutionary Response of an Important Soil Invertebrate

Real-World Lizards Are Evolving Right Before Our Very Eyes

Eco-Evolutionary Dynamics: The Dawning of a New Reality

Marine Phytoplankton Evolving to Cope with Ocean Acidification

Fish Adjusting to Climate Change by Plastic & Evolutionary Means

Responses of Terrestrial Invertebrates to Climate Change

Responses of Freshwater Invertebrates to Climate Change

Evolution or Phenotypic Plasticity: How to Survive Climate Change

Amphibians and Reptiles Facing the Challenge of Climate Change

Dietary Plasticity as a Strategy for Surviving Changes in Climate

Birds Evolving Tolerance to Avian Malaria in Hawai'i

Evolution to the Rescue!

Plastic Responses of an Arid-Zone Passerine to Summer Warming

Epigenetic Phenomena May Help Trees Cope with Global Warming

Climate Change and Earth's Animal Life: Hormones to the Rescue!

The Long-Distance Gene Flow of Trees

Transgenerational Plasticity: A Third Way of Adapting to Climate Change

Effects of Environmental Changes on Eco-Evolution in Animals

Surviving the Warmth of the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum

Flocks of Birds Coping with Climate Change

Storms, Fires and Insect Pests: Bad for Trees in a Warming World?

Responses of 18 Benthic Marine Calcifiers to Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment

Evolution to the Rescue

Keeping Up With Climate Change

Heat Shock Proteins in the Copper Butterfly

Global Warming Begets Species-Saving Rapid Evolutionary Changes in Many Plants and Animals

Flies and Global Warming