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Data from: Losing reduces maximum bite performance in house cricket contests
负责人:
Simon Lailvaux
关键词:
whole-organism performance male combat bite force
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.n4m62
摘要:
Whole-organism performance capacities influence male combat outcomes in many animal species. However, several species also exhibit winner and loser
Data from: Attractiveness is positively related to World Cup performance in male, but not female, biathletes
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关键词:
fWHR;whole-organism performance;sexual signaling;mouth curvature;evolutionary sports science;Homo Sapiens;endurance
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.nk764n1
摘要:
Whole-organism performance capacity is thought to play a key role in sexual selection, through its impacts on both intrasexual compe
Data from: Differential aging of bite and jump performance in virgin and mated Teleogryllus commodus crickets
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关键词:
whole-organism performance;life-history;Teleogryllus commodus;Aging;diet
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.k9s59
摘要:
(mating) and diet quality (male and female optimal diets) on aging in two whole-organism performance traits (bite force and jump take-off velocity
Data from: Timing of breeding in an ecologically trapped bird
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关键词:
Agriculture;Spruce clearings;clutch sequence;Lanius collurio;2008-2010;seasonal decline;cues;forest harvesting
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.5b5d0
摘要:
In human-modified environments, organisms may prefer to use habitats where their reproductive performance is lower compared to alternative options
in the evolution of frog ecomorphology and performance
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关键词:
biomechanics;Macroevolution;Mesozoic;Phylogenetics: comparative;Trade offs;Anurans (frogs and toads);morphology;Locomotion: swimming;Cenozoic
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.n07742q
摘要:
-offs)? Or does many-to-one mapping result in morphological distinctness without compromising performance across behaviors? The importance of these
Data from: Experimentally enhanced performance decreases survival in nature
负责人:
Husak, Jerry
关键词:
Performance Life history Trade-offs Exercise response Selection
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.tt15798
摘要:
Superior locomotor performance confers advantages in terms of male combat success, survival, and fitness in a variety of organisms. In huma
Data from: Molecular Inversion Probes for targeted resequencing in non-model organisms
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关键词:
Lissotriton vulgaris;Molecular Inversion Probes;Lissotriton montandoni;targeted resequencing;Urodela
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.q72b7
摘要:
ssfully amplified markers 80% had median coverage within one order of magnitude, indicating relatively uniform performance; coverage uniformity across individuals
Data from: Trait compensation and sex-specific aging of performance in male and female professional basketball players
负责人:
关键词:
Life-History Evolution Trade-Offs Sex
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.q0v43
摘要:
of multiple traits related to fitness in other ways are less well understood. We took advantage of almost 30 years of data on human whole-organism performance
Data from: Multidimensional analyses of physical performance reveal a size dependent trade-off between suites of traits
负责人:
Wilson, Robbie
关键词:
performance constraints trade-off locomotion
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.k0v636g
摘要:
suites of traits when exploring the functional phenotype of organisms rather than just one or two dimensions of performance.
Data from: Can physiological engineering/programming increase multi-generational thermal tolerance to extreme temperature events?
负责人:
Sorby, Kris L.
关键词:
Artemia climate change extreme heat events invertebrates phenotypic engineering thermal tolerance
DOI:
doi:10.5061/dryad.05s45
摘要:
engineering to influence the intra- and multi-generational upper thermal tolerance capacity of a model organism Artemia, subjected to extreme high temper

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