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[PEPS] Evolutionary potential in wild populations (ANR-12-ADAP-0006)
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  • publication . Article . 2018
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    Benoit Pujol; Simon Blanchet; Anne Charmantier; Etienne Danchin; Benoit Facon; Pascal Marrot; Fabrice Roux; Ivan Scotti; Céline Teplitsky; Caroline E. Thomson; ...
    Persistent Identifiers
    Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers
    Project: ANR | SOC-H2 (ANR-13-BSV7-0007), ANR | CAPA (ANR-13-JSV7-0002), EC | ANGI (681484), ANR | FLAG (ANR-12-ADAP-0007), EC | SHE (337365), ANR | PEPS (ANR-12-ADAP-0006)

    Although there are many examples of contemporary directional selection, evidence for responses to selection that match predictions are often missing in quantitative genetic studies of wild populations. This is despite the presence of genetic variation and selection pres...

  • publication . Doctoral thesis . 2016
    English
    Authors:
    Fargevieille, Amélie;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Project: NSERC , ANR | PEPS (ANR-12-ADAP-0006), EC | SHE (337365)

    Ornamental traits are classically associated with males in animal species. The asymmetrical view is related to sex roles, in which males are competing (intra-sexual selection) to attract females which chose the best mate (intersexual selection). This idea was developed ...

  • publication . Article . 2016
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    Gabrielle Dubuc-Messier; Denis Réale; Philippe Perret; Anne Charmantier;
    Persistent Identifiers
    Publisher: Oxford University Press
    Project: NSERC , ANR | PEPS (ANR-12-ADAP-0006), EC | SHE (337365)

    Abstract Environmental heterogeneity can result in spatial variation in selection pressures that can produce local adaptations. The pace-of-life syndrome hypothesis predicts that habitat-specific selective pressures will favor the coevolution of personality, physiologic...

  • publication . Article . 2016
    Open Access
    Authors:
    Anne Charmantier; Matthew E. Wolak; Arnaud Grégoire; Amélie Fargevieille; Claire Doutrelant;
    Persistent Identifiers
    Publisher: Springer Science and Business Media LLC
    Project: EC | SHE (337365), ANR | PEPS (ANR-12-ADAP-0006)

    Although secondary sexual traits are commonly more developed in males than females, in many animal species females also display elaborate ornaments or weaponry. Indirect selection on correlated traits in males and/or direct sexual or social selection in females are hypo...

  • publication . Article . 2013
    Open Access
    Authors:
    Céline Teplitsky; Virginie Millien;
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    Publisher: Wiley
    Project: NSERC , ANR | PEPS (ANR-12-ADAP-0006)

    Climate change is expected to induce many ecological and evolutionary changes. Among these is the hypothesis that climate warming will cause a reduction in body size. This hypothesis stems from Bergmann's rule, a trend whereby species exhibit a smaller body size in warm...

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