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Variable Environments


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Variable Environments

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Photosynthesis in variable environments

Performance of harvest control rules in a variable environment

Transiently Beneficial Insertions Could Maintain Mobile DNA Sequences in Variable Environments

Variable Lyα sheds light on the environment surrounding GRB 090426

Evolutionary Analyses of Morphological and Physiological Plasticity in Thermally Variable Environments1

Reproductive decision-making by female peacock wrasses: flexible versus fixed behavioral rules in variable environments

Seed dormancy cycling and the regulation of dormancy mechanisms to time germination in variable field environments

Psychosocial Work Environment as a Risk Factor for Absence With a Psychiatric Diagnosis: An Instrumental-Variables Analysis

Variable Wood Formation and Adaptation to the Alpine Environment of Ephedra pachyclada (Gnetales: Ephedraceae) in the Mustang District, Western Nepal

Survival of Wild Boars in a Variable Environment: Unexpected Life-History Variation in an Unusual Ungulate

Can the xanthophyll cycle help extract the essence of the microalgal functional response to a variable light environment?

Power and Sample Size Calculations for Case-Control Studies of Gene-Environment Interactions with a Polytomous Exposure Variable

RE: “POWER AND SAMPLE SIZE CALCULATIONS FOR CASE-CONTROL STUDIES OF GENE-ENVIRONMENT INTERACTIONS WITH A POLYTOMOUS EXPOSURE VARIABLE”

Perceptions of Physical and Social Environment Variables and Self-Efficacy as Correlates of Self-Reported Physical Activity Among Adolescent Girls

Identifying Type IIn supernova progenitors in our Galaxy: the circumstellar environment of the Galactic luminous blue variable candidate Gal 026.47+0.02

 

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Organisms are subject to all sorts of chance events that affect their reproductive success. At one extreme the environment as a whole may fluctuate, with a fluctuation having essentially the ...

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