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Humans related to orangutans, not chimps, says new Pitt, Buffalo Museum of Science study

... in the June 18 edition of the Journal of biogeography , the researchers reject as "problematic" the ... and gorillas as African apes and wrote in biogeography that although they are a sister group of dental ... Schwartz and Grehan contend in the Journal of biogeography that the clear physical similarities between ...

Entomological Society of America names new Fellows for 2008

... and contributions on the Lepidoptera , especially on the biodiversity and biogeography of the butterflies of the West Indies and the Caribbean basin, and also on ... the Bahamas (1995-1998). In addition, she lectures on the biodiversity and biogeography of Lepidoptera at the University of Florida, and has served on or been ...

Surprising discovery from first large-scale analysis of biodiversity and biogeography of viruses

... is the first ever large-scale effort to analyse biodiversity and biogeography of viruses in the environments around humans. We have been interested ... data accumulated, we are able to summarise the biodiversity and biogeography on a global scale. Microbialites are organosedimentary structures ...

Evolution: Crabs go deep to avoid hot water

... knowledge to investigate the distribution of a notorious deep-sea giant the king crab. The results, published this week in the Journal of biogeography , reveal temperature as a driving force behind the speciation and radiation of a major seafloor predator; globally, and over tens of millions of ...

New species of phallus-shaped mushroom named after California Academy of Sciences scientist

... years, Drewes has embarked on 36 expeditions to 19 African countries, where he has focused on the evolutionary relationships, natural history, and biogeography of amphibians and reptiles. Recently, he has turned his attention to Sao Tome and Principe, located in the Gulf of Guinea off Africa's west coast. ...

Mammalogists to convene in Alaska for annual meeting

... bats to big brown bears. Presentations will cover many aspects of the latest mammal research, including genetics, physiology, morphology, behavior, biogeography and conservation. "The meeting gives participants a chance to find out what colleagues are doing at this moment without waiting the year or more ...

U of Minnesota research reveals critical role of evolutionary processes in species coexistence

... of species," said Ken Kozak, also a professor at the University of Minnesota. "The blurring of boundaries between classical community ecology and biogeography has been key to recent progress in community ecology." "Essentially, we're going back to the perspective of early naturalists, but with a ...

Voyages of discovery or necessity?

... and his faculty advisers Professors Robert van Woesik and Mark Bush, propose this intriguing theory in an upcoming issue of the Journal of biogeography . Based on archeological evidence, paleoclimatic data and modern reports of ciguatera poisoning, they theorize that ciguatera outbreaks were linked ...

Google Earth aids discovery of early African mammal fossils

... isn't good enough to pin that down yet," Gunnell said. "But when these animals are studied in detail, they should lead to a better understanding of biogeography and dispersal events between Asia and Africa and between North Africa and the rest of the African continent." ...

New explanation for a puzzling biological divide along the Malay Peninsula

... could account for the shift by crowding out species, particularly at the narrowest part of the peninsula called the Isthmus of Kra. The Journal of biogeography posted their findings online February 25. For most of the past few million years, the shallow ocean shelf surrounding the peninsula and islands ...
Biogeography in Biological Definition

Alfred Russel Wallace

... and awards Wallace was the first to propose a "geography" of animal species, and as such is considered one of the precursors of ecology and biogeography . Awards Among the many awards presented to Wallace were the Order of Merit ( 1908 ), the Royal Society 's Copley Medal ( 1908 ), the ...

Biodiversity

... of microorganisms, etc. India is said to represent 8% of the recorded species, with 47,000 plants species and 81,000 animals. See also : biogeography , Amazonian forest , extinction , Unified neutral theory of biodiversity . Is biodiversity threatened? During the last decades, erosion of ...

Endosymbiont

... of Symbiodinium in reef ecology and the current state of research: FLEXIBILITY AND SPECIFICITY IN CORAL-ALGAL SYMBIOSIS: Diversity, Ecology, and biogeography of Symbiodinium. Andrew C. Baker, Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 2003 34, 661-689 Obligate bacterial endosymbionts in ...

Endosymbiont

... of Symbiodinium in reef ecology and the current state of research: FLEXIBILITY AND SPECIFICITY IN CORAL-ALGAL SYMBIOSIS: Diversity, Ecology, and biogeography of Symbiodinium. Andrew C. Baker, Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 2003 34, 661-689 Obligate bacterial endosymbionts in ...

Macroecology

... T.M. Blackburn. 2000. Pattern and Process in Macroecology . Blackwell Science. ISBN 0-632-05653-3 External links Global Ecology and biogeography - an important journal of macroecology Evolutionary Ecology Research - a journal of macroecology ...

Zoology

... , population genetics , heredity , variation , Mendelism , reproduction . Systematics , cladistics , phylogenetics , phylogeography , biogeography and taxonomy classify and group species via common descent and regional associations. In addition the various taxonomically ...
Biogeography in Biological Dictionary

Biogeography

... biogeography is the study of the distribution of ... where organisms live, and at what abundance. biogeography n. The study of the geographic distribution of ... ... The equilibrium theory of island biogeography arose as an application of these ... Island ...
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