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From ridge tops to ravines: landscape drivers of chimpanzee ranging patterns

Samantha J. Green, Bryan J. Boruff, Cyril C. Grueter

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Chimpanzees use advanced spatial cognition to plan least-cost routes

Samantha J. Green, Bryan J. Boruff, Cyril C. Grueter



Selected by Ashrifia Adomako-Ankomah

Oxygenation properties of hemoglobin and the evolutionary origins of isoform multiplicity in an amphibious air-breathing fish, the blue-spotted mudskipper (Boleophthalmus pectinirostris)

Jay F. Storz, Chandrasekhar Natarajan, Magnus K. Grouleff, et al.



Selected by Charlotte Nelson

Vascular Expression of Hemoglobin Alpha in Antarctic Icefish Supports Iron Limitation as Novel Evolutionary Driver

Bruce A. Corliss, Leon J. Delalio, T.C. Stevenson Keller IV, et al.



Selected by Charlotte Nelson

Oxygen supply capacity in animals evolves to meet maximum demand at the current oxygen partial pressure regardless of size or temperature

Brad A. Seibel, Curtis Deutsch



Selected by Charlotte Nelson

Establishment of the mayfly Cloeon dipterum as a new model system to investigate insect evolution

Isabel Almudi, Carlos Martin-Blanco, Isabel Maria Garcia-Fernandez, et al.



Selected by Ivan Candido-Ferreira

The Toll pathway inhibits tissue growth and regulates cell fitness in an infection-dependent manner

Federico Germani, Daniel Hain, Denise Sternlicht, et al.



Selected by Rohan Khadilkar

Rearing temperature and fatty acid supplementation jointly affect membrane fluidity and heat tolerance in Daphnia

Dominik Martin-Creuzburg, Bret L. Coggins, Dieter Ebert, et al.



Selected by Alexander Little

From spiral cleavage to bilateral symmetry: The developmental cell lineage of the annelid brain

Pavel Vopalensky, Maria Antonietta Tosches, Kaia Achim, et al.



Selected by Erik Clark
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