Adaptive Traits of Turkish Honeybee Subspecies in Response to Climate: A Survey and a Test of Niche Overlap



Adaptive traits of Turkish honeybee subspecies in response to climate A survey and a test of niche overlap
Kükrer, Mert; Bilgin, Cemal Can (null; 2016-09-01)
Kaya, Zeki; Campbell, Robert K (1994-11-01)
We tested the hypothesis that intermittent (lammas) shoot growth in Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii var menziessi (Mirb.) Franco) seedlings from dry regions of southwest Oregon is adaptively significant. Seedlings from open-pollinated families (160 total) from two inland (dry) and two coastal (wet) sources were grown under either well-watered or intermittent drought conditions (temporary drought followed by rewatering) for two growing seasons. In the first growing season, the results supported the hypo...
Functional Responses of Wetland Birds to Human-caused Habitat Degradation and Climate Change
Özgencil, İbrahim Kaan (2021-11-09)
Genetic evidence for human-mediated introduction of Anatolian water frogs (Pelophylax cf. bedriagae) to Cyprus (Amphibia: Ranidae)
Plötner, Jörg; Akın Pekşen, Çiğdem; Baier, Felix; Uzzell, Thomas; Bilgin, Cemal Can (2015-03-01)
e found in two water frogs captured in Cyprus, the distribution area of P. cypriensis, nuclear alleles and mitochondrial haplotypes that are characteristic of An-atolian water frogs, Pelophylax cf. bedriagae. Mitochondrial and nuclear DNA data strongly indicate that the ancestors of these two frogs did not arrive on Cyprus via a land bridge or overseas dispersal but were unintentionally introduced by humans, most probably together with carp fingerlings. Both individuals exhibited recombined nuclear genomes ...
Evolutionary dynamics of residual disease in human glioblastoma
Spiteri, I.; Caravagna, G.; Cresswell, G. D.; Vatsiou, A.; Nichol, D.; Acar, Ahmet; Ermini, L.; Chkhaidze, K.; Werner, B.; Mair, R.; Brognaro, E.; Verhaak, R. G. W.; Sanguinetti, G.; Piccirillo, S. G. M.; Watts, C.; Sottoriva, A. (2019-03-01)
Background Glioblastoma is the most common and aggressive adult brain malignancy against which conventional surgery and chemoradiation provide limited benefit. Even when a good treatment response is obtained, recurrence inevitably occurs either locally (approximate to 80%) or distally (approximate to 20%), driven by cancer clones that are often genomically distinct from those in the primary tumour. Glioblastoma cells display a characteristic infiltrative phenotype, invading the surrounding tissue and often ...
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M. Kükrer and C. C. Bilgin, “Adaptive Traits of Turkish Honeybee Subspecies in Response to Climate: A Survey and a Test of Niche Overlap,” 2017, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: