Frontiers in Zoology 2005

Series/Periodical/Journal: Frontiers in Zoology

Publisher: Deutsche Zoologische Gesellschaft
Prof. Dr. Jacob Engelmann
Universität Bielefeld
AG Active Sensing, UHG N7-117
Postfach 100131
33501 Bielefeld, Deutschland
Tel.: +49 (0)521 106-4641
E-Mail:jacob.engelmann@uni-bielefeld.de
URL: https://www.dzg-ev.de/

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Articles (16)

  • Asymmetry in host and parasitoid diffuse coevolution: when the red queen has to keep a finger in…Laurent Lapchin, Thomas Guillemaud
    Laurent Lapchin, Thomas Guillemaud (2005): Asymmetry in host and parasitoid diffuse coevolution: when the red queen has to keep a finger in more than one pie – Frontiers in Zoology – 2005: 0001-4-0005.
  • Behavioral and neuroendocrine consequences of social subjugation across adolescence and adulthoodCraig F. Ferris, Tara Messenger, Ross Sullivan
    Craig F. Ferris, Tara Messenger, Ross Sullivan (2005): Behavioral and neuroendocrine consequences of social subjugation across adolescence and adulthood – Frontiers in Zoology – 2005: 0001-7-0011.
  • Clash of kingdoms or why Drosophila larvae positively respond to fungal competitorsMarko Rohlfs
    Marko Rohlfs (2005): Clash of kingdoms or why Drosophila larvae positively respond to fungal competitors – Frontiers in Zoology – 2005: 0001-2-0007.
  • Comparative performance of the 16S rRNA gene in DNA barcoding of amphibiansMiguel Vences, Meike Thomas, Arie van der Meijden, Ylenia Chiari, David R.…
    Miguel Vences, Meike Thomas, Arie van der Meijden, Ylenia Chiari, David R. Vieites (2005): Comparative performance of the 16S rRNA gene in DNA barcoding of amphibians – Frontiers in Zoology – 2005: 0001-5-0012.
  • Conservation and co-option in developmental programmes: the importance of homology relationshipsMatthias Sanetra, Gerrit Begemann, May-Britt Becker, Axel Meyer
    Matthias Sanetra, Gerrit Begemann, May-Britt Becker, Axel Meyer (2005): Conservation and co-option in developmental programmes: the importance of homology relationships – Frontiers in Zoology – 2005: 0001-15-0017.
  • Frontiers in Zoology speeds upJürgen Heinze, Diethard Tautz
    Jürgen Heinze, Diethard Tautz (2005): Frontiers in Zoology speeds up – Frontiers in Zoology – 2005: 0001-6-0002.
  • Immune response to sympatric and allopatric parasites in a snail-trematode interactionErik E. Osnas, Curtis M. Lively
    Erik E. Osnas, Curtis M. Lively (2005): Immune response to sympatric and allopatric parasites in a snail-trematode interaction – Frontiers in Zoology – 2005: 0001-8-0007.
  • Linking biogeography to physiology: Evolutionary and acclimatory adjustments of thermal limitsGeorge N. Somero
    George N. Somero (2005): Linking biogeography to physiology: Evolutionary and acclimatory adjustments of thermal limits – Frontiers in Zoology – 2005: 0001-1-0009.
  • Opisthobranchia (Mollusca, Gastropoda) – more than just slimy slugs. Shell reduction and its…Heike Wägele, Annette Klussmann-Kolb
    Heike Wägele, Annette Klussmann-Kolb (2005): Opisthobranchia (Mollusca, Gastropoda) – more than just slimy slugs. Shell reduction and its implications on defence and foraging – Frontiers in Zoology – 2005: 0001-3-0018.
  • Prospects for surviving climate change in Antarctic aquatic speciesLloyd S. Peck
    Lloyd S. Peck (2005): Prospects for surviving climate change in Antarctic aquatic species – Frontiers in Zoology – 2005: 0001-9-0008.
  • Role of early experience in ant enslavement: a comparative analysis of a host and a non-host speciesRumsais Blatrix, Claire Sermage
    Rumsais Blatrix, Claire Sermage (2005): Role of early experience in ant enslavement: a comparative analysis of a host and a non-host species – Frontiers in Zoology – 2005: 0001-13-0007.
  • Shape based assignment tests suggest transgressive phenotypes in natural sculpin hybrids…Arne Nolte, H. David Sheets
    Arne Nolte, H. David Sheets (2005): Shape based assignment tests suggest transgressive phenotypes in natural sculpin hybrids (Teleostei, Scorpaeniformes, Cottidae) – Frontiers in Zoology – 2005: 0001-11-0012.
  • The importance of immune gene variability (MHC) in evolutionary ecology and conservationSimone Sommer
    Simone Sommer (2005): The importance of immune gene variability (MHC) in evolutionary ecology and conservation – Frontiers in Zoology – 2005: 0001-16-0018.
  • The male genital system of the cellar spider Pholcus phalangioides (Fuesslin, 1775) (Pholcidae, …Peter Michalik, Gabriele Uhl
    Peter Michalik, Gabriele Uhl (2005): The male genital system of the cellar spider Pholcus phalangioides (Fuesslin, 1775) (Pholcidae, Araneae): development of spermatozoa and seminal secretion – Frontiers in Zoology – 2005: 0001-12-0012.
  • The role of vocal individuality in conservationAndrew MR Terry, Tom M. Peake, Peter K. McGregor
    Andrew MR Terry, Tom M. Peake, Peter K. McGregor (2005): The role of vocal individuality in conservation – Frontiers in Zoology – 2005: 0001-10-0016.
  • The unsuitability of html-based colour charts for estimating animal colours – a comment on…Martin Stevens, Innes C. Cuthill
    Martin Stevens, Innes C. Cuthill (2005): The unsuitability of html-based colour charts for estimating animal colours – a comment on Berggren and Merilä (2004) – Frontiers in Zoology – 2005: 0001-14-0009.