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Permutation tests for univariate or multivariate analysis of variance and regression

Publication: Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
March 2001


The most appropriate strategy to be used to create a permutation distribution for tests of individual terms in complex experimental designs is currently unclear. There are often many possibilities, including restricted permutation or permutation of some form of residuals. This paper provides a summary of recent empirical and theoretical results concerning available methods and gives recommendations for their use in univariate and multivariate applications. The focus of the paper is on complex designs in analysis of variance and multiple regression (i.e., linear models). The assumption of exchangeability required for a permutation test is assured by random allocation of treatments to units in experimental work. For observational data, exchangeability is tantamount to the assumption of independent and identically distributed errors under a null hypothesis. For partial regression, the method of permutation of residuals under a reduced model has been shown to provide the best test. For analysis of variance, one must first identify exchangeable units by considering expected mean squares. Then, one may generally produce either (i) an exact test by restricting permutations or (ii) an approximate test by permuting raw data or some form of residuals. The latter can provide a more powerful test in many situations.


La stratégie la plus appropriée pour générer une distribution de permutation en vue de tester les termes individuels d'un plan expérimental complexe n'est pas évidente à l'heure actuelle. Il y a souvent plusieurs options, dont la permutation restreinte et la permutation d'une quelconque forme des résiduels. On trouvera ici un résumé d'informations récentes empiriques et théoriques sur les méthodes disponibles, ainsi que des recommandations pour leur utilisation dans des applications unidimensionnelles et multidimensionnelles. L'emphase est mise sur les plans complexes d'analyse de variance et de régression multiple (i.e. les modèles linéaires). Dans un travail expérimental, la supposition d'échangeabilité requise pour un test par permutation est assurée par l'assignation au hasard à des unités des divers traitements. Dans le cas d'observations, l'échangeabilité équivaut à supposer que les erreurs, dans une hypothèse nulle, sont indépendantes et distribuées de façon identique. Pour la régression partielle, la méthode de permutation des résiduels dans un modèle réduit s'est avérée la meilleure. Pour l'analyse de variance, il faut d'abord identifier les unités échangeables à l'examen des carrés moyens attendus. Ensuite, il est généralement possible de produire (i) un test exact en restreignant les permutations ou alors (ii) un test approximatif en permutant les données brutes ou une forme quelconque des résiduels. Cette dernière méthode fournit, dans plusieurs situations, un test plus puissant.[Traduit par la Rédaction]

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Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
Volume 58Number 3March 2001
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265. Coralligenous assemblages differ between limestone and granite: A case study at the Tavolara-Punta Coda Cavallo Marine Protected Area (NE Sardinia, Mediterranean Sea)
266. Pre-imaginal black fly assemblages in streams of Eastern Spain: environmental and substrate requirements
267. Functional outcome is tied to dynamic brain states after mild to moderate traumatic brain injury
268. Vegetation changes in temperate ombrotrophic peatlands over a 35 year period
269. When the presence of a vateritic otolith has morphological effect on its aragonitic partner: trans-lateral compensation induces bias in microecological patterns in one-side-only vateritic otolith
270. β-Diversity of morphological groups as indicator of coralligenous community quality status
271. Distribution of zooxanthellate zoantharians in the Canary Islands: Potential indicators of ocean warming
272. Having your cake and eating it too: Flexibility and power with mass univariate statistics for ERP data
273. The role of sedimentation in the structuring of microbial communities in biofloc-dominated aquaculture tanks
274. Natural and anthropogenic impacts on long-term meiobenthic communities in two contrasting nearshore habitats
275. Patterns of invertebrate emergence and succession in flooded wetland mesocosms
276. The use of fatty acids to identify food sources of secondary consumers in wetland mesocosms
277. The basal food sources for Murray cod ( Maccullochella peelii ) in wetland mesocosms
278. Red coral ( Corallium rubrum ) populations and coralligenous characterization within “Regno di Nettuno MPA” (Tyrrhenian Sea, Italy)
282. Reservoir to river: Quantifying fine‐scale fish movements after translocation
283. Seed and seedling establishment in abandoned tea plantations role of ecological and edaphic factors, southern Western Ghats, India
284. Massive plastic pollution in a mega-river of a developing country: Sediment deposition and ingestion by fish (Prochilodus lineatus)
285. Effects of long-term exposure to reduced pH conditions on the shell and survival of an intertidal gastropod
286. Genetic and morphological divergence at a biogeographic break in the beach-dwelling brooder Excirolana hirsuticauda Menzies (Crustacea, Peracarida)
287. Aging progression of human gut microbiota
288. Modulation of Gut Microbiota by Glucosamine and Chondroitin in a Randomized, Double-Blind Pilot Trial in Humans
289. The neural dynamics of hierarchical Bayesian causal inference in multisensory perception
290. Fish Structure in Channel Networks of a Large Anabranching Floodplain: Effect of Isolation/Connection Processes
291. Spatial and temporal variation in the diet of the sandy beach gastropod Olivella minuta
292. Environmental and Benthic Community Patterns of the Shallow Hydrothermal Area of Secca Delle Fumose (Baia, Naples, Italy)
293. Seasonal and depth related variation of parasite communities of Notacanthus bonaparte Risso, 1840 (Notacanthiformes: Notacanthidae) over the northwest Mediterranean slope
294. Analysis of three sampling methods of early life history of fish in marginal lagoons of southeastern Brazil
295. The impact on plant communities of an invasive alien herb, Oenothera drummondii, varies along the beach-coastal dune gradient
296. Trace element contamination in fish impacted by bauxite red mud disposal in the Cassidaigne canyon (NW French Mediterranean)
297. Temperature variation magnifies chlorpyrifos toxicity differently between larval and adult mosquitoes
298. epower : An r package for power analysis of Before‐After‐Control‐Impact (BACI) designs
299. Variability of hydrological connectivity and fish dynamics in a wide subtropical–temperate floodplain
300. Small-Scale Coastal Fishing Shapes the Structure of Shallow Rocky Reef Fish in the Aegean Sea
301. Future ocean climate homogenizes communities across habitats through diversity loss and rise of generalist species
302. Exploring the role of hydraulic conductivity on the contribution of the hyporheic zone to in‐stream nitrogen uptake
303. Juvenile Oblada melanura (L. 1758) otolith shape variation as an early environmental indicator
304. Physiological responses to estuarine stress gradient affect performance and field distribution of the non-native crustacean Synidotea laticauda
305. Shear-induced platelet aggregation: 3D-grayscale microfluidics for repeatable and localized occlusive thrombosis
306. Mosquito control actions affect chironomid diversity in temporary wetlands of the Upper Rhine Valley
307. Spawning Locations within and among Tributaries Influence Flannelmouth Sucker Offspring Experience
308. Is artificial habitat diversity a key to restoring nurseries for juvenile coastal fish? Ex situ experiments on habitat selection and survival of juvenile seabreams
309. An introduced plant is associated with declines in terrestrial arthropods, but no change in stream invertebrates
310. Contrasting patterns in leaf traits of Mediterranean shrub communities along an elevation gradient: measurements matter
311. Impacts of experimental warming and northern light climate on growth and root fungal communities of Scots pine populations
312. Effects of Stockpiling and Organic Matter Addition on Nutrient Bioavailability in Reclamation Soils
313. Reproductive ecology of the threatened and endemic freshwater mussel Lampsilis bracteata
314. Mapping the Tooth Enamel Proteome and Amelogenin Phosphorylation Onto Mineralizing Porcine Tooth Crowns
315. Erythrocytes nuclear abnormalities and leukocyte profile of the immune system of Adélie penguins (Pygoscelis adeliae) breeding at Edmonson Point, Ross Sea, Antarctica
316. Stream Benthic Macroinvertebrate Assemblages Reveal the Importance of a Recently Established Freshwater Protected Area in a Tropical Watershed1
317. Assessing the Functional Response to Streamside Fencing of Pastoral Waikato Streams, New Zealand
318. Evaluating next‐generation sequencing (NGS) methods for routine monitoring of wild bees: Metabarcoding, mitogenomics or NGS barcoding
319. Organization Science improves management effectiveness of Marine Protected Areas
320. Coastal fish assemblages reflect marine habitat connectivity and ontogenetic shifts in an estuary-bay-continental shelf gradient
321. Woody biomass removal in harvested boreal forest leads to a partial functional homogenization of soil mesofaunal communities relative to unharvested forest
322. Age determination, growth and mortality of Gerres subfasciatus Cuvier, 1830 in southeast Australia
323. Spatio-temporal variation of skeletal Mg-calcite in Antarctic marine calcifiers
324. Historical daytime vertical structure of larval fish assemblages in southeast Australian coastal waters: A benchmark for examining regional ecosystem change
325. Invasive Tubastraea spp. and Oculina patagonica and other introduced scleractinians corals in the Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Canary Islands) harbor: Ecology and potential risks
326. Plant Part Age and Size Affect Sessile Macrobenthic Assemblages Associated with a Foliose Red Algae Phycodrys rubens in the White Sea
327. Trajectory analysis in community ecology
328. Land‐use in Europe affects land snail assemblages directly and indirectly by modulating abiotic and biotic drivers
329. Do sharks exhibit heterodonty by tooth position and over ontogeny? A comparison using elliptic Fourier analysis
330. Baseline characterization of aerobic hydrocarbon degrading microbial communities in deep‐sea sediments of the Great Australian Bight, Australia
331. On the distribution of Batillipes tubernatis Pollock, 1971 (Arthrotardigrada: Batillipedidae) in the Atlantic Basin
332. A functional group approach reveals important fish recruitments driven by flood pulses in floodplain ecosystem
333. Indigenous involvement in the Canadian species at risk recovery process
334. Parasites of round goby, Neogobius melanostomus , currently invading the Elbe River
335. Social identity shapes support for management of wildlife and pests
336. Cross and long-shore variations in reef fish assemblage structure and implications for biodiversity management
337. Threatened biogenic formations of the Mediterranean: Current status and assessment of the vermetid reefs along the Lebanese coastline (Levant basin)
338. Effect of indaziflam on native species in natural areas and rangeland
339. A temporal beta‐diversity index to identify sites that have changed in exceptional ways in space–time surveys
340. Randomization tests as alternative analysis methods for behavior‐analytic data
341. Community ecology across bacteria, archaea and microbial eukaryotes in the sediment and seawater of coastal Puerto Nuevo, Baja California
342. Future climate change is predicted to affect the microbiome and condition of habitat-forming kelp
343. Changes in spider diversity and community structure along abandonment and vegetation succession in rice paddy ecosystems
344. Historical logging alters soil fungal community composition and network in a tropical rainforest
345. Mapping the human resource focused enablers with sustainability viewpoints in Indian power sector
346. High rates of viral lysis stimulate prokaryotic turnover and C recycling in bathypelagic waters of a Ligurian canyon (Mediterranean Sea)
347. Arthropod biodiversity in olive groves under two soil management systems: presence versus absence of herbaceous cover crop
348. Path-dependent institutions drive alternative stable states in conservation
349. Resource allocation trade-offs in the sea urchin Tripneustes gratilla under relative storminess and wave exposure
350. From habitat geometry to ecosystem functions in marine mussel beds
351. Plant genus (Acacia and Eucalyptus) alters soil microbial community structure and relative abundance within revegetated shelterbelts
352. Seasonal evolution of small pelagic fish landings index in relation to oceanographic variables in the Canary Islands (Spain)
353. Managing conservation values and tree performance: Lessons learned from 10 year experiments in regenerating eastern white pine (Pinus strobus L.)
355. Polyp expansion of passive suspension feeders: a red coral case study
356. Fire increases the reproduction of the dominant grass Brachypodium retusum and Mediterranean steppe diversity in a combined burning and grazing experiment
357. Genetic diversity and phenotypic plasticity of AHL-mediated Quorum sensing in environmental strains of Vibrio mediterranei
358. Female vocalizations predict reproductive output in brown-headed cowbirds (Molothrus ater)
359. Habitat and seascape patterns drive spatial variability in temperate fish assemblages: implications for marine protected areas
360. The urinary microbiome in women with mixed urinary incontinence compared to similarly aged controls
361. A plaza too far: High contrast in butterfly biodiversity patterns between plazas and an urban reserve in Brazil
362. Nutritional quality modulates trait variability
363. Anuran Distribution in a Highly Diverse Region of the Atlantic Forest: the Mantiqueira Mountain Range in Southeastern Brazil
364. Finfish Diversity and Distribution in a Boreal, Macrotidal Bay
365. Identifying Assemblages of River Turtles Using a Passive and Systematic Capture Technique in the Mary River, Queensland, Australia
366. Coastal urbanisation affects microbial communities on a dominant marine holobiont
367. Fish mitigate trophic depletion in marine cave ecosystems
368. Mineralogical and textural characteristics of nest building geomaterials used by three sympatric mud-nesting hirundine species
369. Seasonal variability of diet and trophic level of the gelatinous predator Pelagia noctiluca (Scyphozoa)
370. Impact of mangrove forests degradation on biodiversity and ecosystem functioning
371. Implications of high rates of sexual recruitment in driving rapid reef recovery in Mo’orea, French Polynesia
372. Temperature niche position and breadth of ectomycorrhizal fungi: Reduced diversity under warming predicted by a nested community structure
373. Interregional metabolic connectivity of 2‐deoxy‐2[ 18 F]fluoro‐D‐glucose positron emission tomography in vagus nerve stimulation for pediatric patients with epilepsy: A retrospective cross‐sectional study
374. Comparing commercial, recreational and illegal coastal fishery catches and their economic values: A survey from the southern Mediterranean Sea
375. Intertidal Biogeographic Subprovinces: Local and Regional Factors Shaping Fish Assemblages
376. Host species identity in annual Brassicaceae has a limited effect on the assembly of root-endophytic fungal communities
377. Accounting for stimulus and participant effects in event-related potential analyses to increase the replicability of studies
378. Fluctuating fishing intensities and climate dynamics reorganize the Gulf of Mexico's fisheries resources
379. Ecological drivers of plant diversity patterns in remnants coastal sand dune ecosystems along the northern Adriatic coastline
380. The fatty acid composition of edible grasshopper Ruspolia differens (Serville) (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae) feeding on diversifying diets of host plants
381. A statistical test and sample size recommendations for comparing community composition following PCA
382. Genetic constraints on microevolutionary divergence of sex-biased gene expression
383. Trophic ecology of speckled peacock bass Cichla temensis Humboldt 1821 in the middle Negro River, Amazon, Brazil
384. Parasite communities of the white seabream Diplodus sargus sargus in the marine protected area of Medes Islands, north‐west Mediterranean Sea
385. Dispersal Modifies the Diversity and Composition of Active Bacterial Communities in Response to a Salinity Disturbance
386. Driving forces behind latitudinal variations in plant-herbivore interactions in SW Atlantic salt marshes
387. Trophic ecology of the neustonic cnidarian Velella velella in the northern California Current during an extensive bloom year: insights from gut contents and stable isotope analysis
388. Marine community effects of two colonial zoanthids in intertidal habitats of the Canary Islands
389. Assessment of Structural and Functional Diversity of Mollusc Assemblages within Vermetid Bioconstructions
390. Long‐term effects of nutrient enrichment controlling plant species and functional composition in a boreal rich fen
391. Host diet mediates a negative relationship between abundance and diversity of Drosophila gut microbiota
392. Identification of Halophilic Microbes in Lung Fibrotic Tissue by Oligotyping
393. Trace element accumulation in the shell of the Arctic cirriped Balanus balanus
394. Biocrust moss populations differ in growth rates, stress response, and microbial associates
395. Long-term effects of biomass removal on soil mesofaunal communities in northeastern Ontario (Canada) jack pine (Pinus banksiana) stands
396. Effects of natural current pH variability on the sea urchin Paracentrotus lividus larvae development and settlement
397. Marine infrastructure supports abundant, diverse fish assemblages at the expense of beta diversity
398. Mercury, cadmium, and lead content in demersal sharks from the Macaronesian islands
399. Assessment of fish communities in a Mediterranean MPA: Can a seasonal no-take zone provide effective protection?
400. Diatom responses to sewage inputs and hydrological alteration in Mediterranean streams
401. Reduction of herbivorous fish pressure can facilitate focal algal species forestation on artificial structures
402. Maintenance dredging impacts on a highly stressed estuary (Guadalquivir estuary): A BACI approach through oligohaline and polyhaline habitats
403. Unveiling the state of some underexplored deep coralligenous banks in the Gulf of Naples (Mediterranean Sea, Italy)
404. RRPP: An r package for fitting linear models to high‐dimensional data using residual randomization
405. Discontinuities and functional resilience of large river fish assemblages
406. High Rate of Infection by Only Oncogenic Human Papillomavirus in Amerindians
407. The canine gut microbiome is associated with higher risk of gastric dilatation-volvulus and high risk genetic variants of the immune system
408. Seasonal changes in the biomechanical properties of Elodea canadensis Michx.
409. Mollusc assemblages associated with invasive and native Sargassum species
410. Effects of climate, distance, and a geographic barrier on ectomycorrhizal fungal communities in Japan: A comparison across Blakiston's Line
411. Spatial distribution of juvenile fish along an artificialized seascape, insights from common coastal species in the Northwestern Mediterranean Sea
412. Spatio-temporal variability of ichthyophagous bird assemblage around western Mediterranean open-sea cage fish farms
413. Beneficial effects of restoration practices can be thwarted by climate extremes
414. Feeding of Scorpaena porcus (Scorpaenidae) in intertidal rock pools in the Gulf of Cadiz (NE Atlantic)
415. Comparative evaluation of crustaceans as bioindicators of human impact on Brazilian sandy beaches
416. Attenuating effects of ecosystem management on coral reefs
417. Assessing the effects of habitat patches ensuring propagule supply and different costs inclusion in marine spatial planning through multivariate analyses
418. Cumulative effects of an invasive species and nutrient enrichment on rock pool communities
419. Multi-scale Homogenization of Caddisfly Metacomminities in Human-modified Landscapes
420. Robustness of larval development of intertidal sea urchin species to simulated ocean warming and acidification
421. Molecular Phylogeny Demonstrates the Need for Taxonomic Reconsideration of Species Diversity of the Hydrocoral Genus Millepora (Cnidaria: Hydrozoa) in the Pacific
422. Odour of King Penguin feathers analysed using direct thermal desorption discriminates between individuals but not sexes
423. Competition for food between the Mediterranean shag, the great cormorant and artisanal fisheries: a case study
424. The Beneficial Effects of Cognitive Training With Simple Calculation and Reading Aloud (SCRA) in the Elderly Postoperative Population: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial
425. Large-scale assessment of benthic communities across multiple marine protected areas using an autonomous underwater vehicle
426. Harvesting amphipods applying the integrated multitrophic aquaculture (IMTA) concept in off-shore areas
427. Diversity and composition of catches and discards in a recreational charter fishery
428. Fast permutation tests and related methods, for association between rare variants and binary outcomes
429. Statistical Approaches to Type Determination of the Ejector Marks on Cartridge Cases
430. Experimental insights into the importance of ecologically dissimilar bacteria to community assembly along a salinity gradient
431. Changes in the porosity induced by tillage in typical Argiudolls of southeastern Buenos Aires Province, Argentina, and its relationship with the living space of the mesofauna: a preliminary study
432. Constructed treatment wetlands provide habitat for zooplankton communities in agricultural peat lake catchments
433. Reproductive and bloom patterns of Pelagia noctiluca in the Strait of Messina, Italy
434. Impact of fishing activities on different coralligenous assemblages of Gulf of Naples (Italy)
435. Response of beach-nesting American Oystercatchers to off-road vehicles: An experimental approach reveals physiological nuances and decreased nest attendance
436. Facultative root‐colonizing fungi dominate endophytic assemblages in roots of nonmycorrhizal Microthlaspi species
437. Morphological divergence of the threatened Rocky Mountain sculpin ( Cottus sp.) is driven by biogeography and flow regime: Implications for mitigating altered flow regime to freshwater fishes
438. Analytic Methods in Microbiome Studies
439. Module-Based Knowledge Discovery for Multiple-Cytosine-Variant Methylation Profile
440. Abundance and habitat associations of tuna larvae in the surface water of the Gulf of Mexico
442. Effects of substrata and environmental conditions on ecological succession on historic shipwrecks
443. Can citizen science contribute to fish assemblages monitoring in understudied areas? The case study of Tunisian marine protected areas
444. Forest floor mesofauna communities respond to a gradient of biomass removal and soil disturbance in a boreal jack pine (Pinus banksiana) stand of northeastern Ontario (Canada)
446. Growth, condition and metal concentration in juveniles of two Diplodus species in ports
447. Trends in bacterial and fungal communities in ant nests observed with Terminal-Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism (T-RFLP) and Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) techniques—validity and compatibility in ecological studies
448. Environmental heterogeneity explains species turnover but not nestedness in fish assemblages of a Neotropical basin
449. Intraspecific and temporal variability in the diet composition of female polar bears in a seasonal sea ice regime
450. Use of stable isotope ratios of fish larvae as indicators to assess diets and patterns of anthropogenic nitrogen pollution in estuarine ecosystems
451. Baited remote underwater stereo-video outperforms baited downward-facing single-video for assessments of fish diversity, abundance and size composition
452. The potential role of habitat-forming seaweeds in modeling benthic ecosystem properties
453. Using accelerometry to compare costs of extended migration in an arctic herbivore
454. Length- and age-based demographics of exploited populations of stout whiting, Sillago robusta Stead, 1908
455. Threats to large brown algal forests in temperate seas: the overlooked role of native herbivorous fish
456. Changes in brain metabolic connectivity underlie autistic-like social deficits in a rat model of autism spectrum disorder
457. Juvenile fish assemblages in temperate rocky reefs are shaped by the presence of macro-algae canopy and its three-dimensional structure
458. Permutational Multivariate Analysis of Variance ( PERMANOVA )
459. Correlating tephras and cryptotephras using glass compositional analyses and numerical and statistical methods: Review and evaluation
460. Gumleaf skeletoniser Uraba lugens (Lepidoptera: Nolidae) larval outbreaks occur in high rainfall Western Australian jarrah ( Eucalyptus marginata ) forest after drought
461. A Comprehensive Craniofacial Study of 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome
462. Testing the face shape hypothesis in twins discordant for nonsyndromic orofacial clefting
463. The Influence of Solar Power Plants on Microclimatic Conditions and the Biotic Community in Chilean Desert Environments
464. Insights into the benthic communities response to the inflow of Black Sea mesotrophic waters in the North Aegean Sea
465. Vulnerability of boreal indicators (ground-dwelling beetles, understory plants and ectomycorrhizal fungi) to severe forest soil disturbance
466. Native freshwater species get out of the way: Prussian carp ( Carassius gibelio ) impacts both fish and benthic invertebrate communities in North America
467. Recreational charter fishery attributes and variation in key species catches and discards: Resource management considerations
468. Cryptic effects of biological invasions: Reduction of the aggressive behaviour of a native fish under the influence of an “invasive” biomolecule
469. Taxonomic and functional surrogates of sessile benthic diversity in Mediterranean marine caves
470. Measuring the Impacts of Safety Knowledge on Construction Workers’ Attentional Allocation and Hazard Detection Using Remote Eye-Tracking Technology
471. Feeding ecology of the beach silverside Atherinella blackburni (Atherinopsidae) in a tropical sandy beach, Southeastern Brazil
472. The ecological integrity of the Lower Olifants River, Limpopo province, South Africa: 2009–2015 – Part A: Olifants River main stem
473. The ecological integrity of the lower Olifants River, Limpopo province, South Africa: 2009–2015 – Part B: Tributaries of the Olifants River
474. Combined effects of nutrient enrichment and inorganic sedimentation on benthic biota in an experimental stream system
475. Effects of Changing Weather, Oceanographic Conditions, and Land Uses on Spatio-Temporal Variation of Sedimentation Dynamics along Near-Shore Coral Reefs
476. Habitat-specific production of aquatic and terrestrial invertebrate drift in small forest streams: implications for drift-feeding fish
477. A hazardous place to live: spatial and temporal patterns of species introduction in a hot spot of biological invasions
478. The role of nutrient enrichment in the invasion process in intertidal rock pools
479. Egg quality traits and predictors of embryo and fry viability in red snapper Lutjanus campechanus
480. Small artificial habitats to enhance the nursery function for juvenile fish in a large commercial port of the Mediterranean
481. Ocean acidification and warming impacts the nutritional properties of the predatory whelk, Dicathais orbita
482. Herbivore abundance, grazing rates and feeding pathways on Australian temperate reefs inside and outside marine reserves: How are things on the west coast?
483. Relationship between structure of macrobenthic assemblages and environmental variables in shallow sublittoral soft bottoms
484. Linking Vegetation Structure and Spider Diversity in Riparian and Adjacent Habitats in Two Rivers of Central Argentina: An Analysis at Two Conceptual Levels
485. Does full protection count for the maintenance of β-diversity patterns in marine communities? Evidence from Mediterranean fish assemblages
486. Wood mitigates the effect of hydropeaking scour on periphyton biomass and nutritional quality in semi-natural flume simulations
487. Life history stage and vessel voyage profile can influence shipping-mediated propagule pressure of non-indigenous biofouling species
488. The transition to independence: sex differences in social and behavioural development of wild bottlenose dolphins
489. Interplay between stochastic and deterministic processes in the maintenance of alternative community states in Verrucomicrobia-dominated shallow lakes
490. Exploring the Relationship between Macrofaunal Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning in the Deep Sea
491. Diet shifts in a native mesopredator across a range of invasive lionfish biomass
492. Understanding the mechanisms of zinc bacitracin and avilamycin on animal production: linking gut microbiota and growth performance in chickens
493. Shallow rocky nursery habitat for fish: Spatial variability of juvenile fishes among this poorly protected essential habitat
494. Diet of generalist predators reflects effects of cropping period and farming system on extra‐ and intraguild prey
495. The Relationship Between Design Outcomes and Mental States During Ideation
496. Variation in the diet of Arctic Cod (Boreogadus saida) in the Pacific Arctic and Bering Sea
497. Ecological assessments of the coral reef communities in the Eastern Caribbean and the effects of herbivory in influencing coral juvenile density and algal cover
498. Pine invasion impacts on plant diversity in Patagonia: invader size and invaded habitat matter
499. Rare ecomorphological convergence on a complex adaptive landscape: Body size and diet mediate evolution of jaw shape in squirrels (Sciuridae)
500. Interactive Effects of Endogenous and Exogenous Nutrition on Larval Development for Crown-Of-Thorns Starfish
501. Invasion of the acoustic niche: variable responses by native species to invasive American bullfrog calls
502. Application of a statistical model for the assessment of environmental quality in neotropical semi-arid reservoirs
503. Leaf-litter breakdown as an indicator of the impacts by flow regulation in headwater streams: Responses across climatic regions
504. Seascape attributes, at different spatial scales, determine settlement and post-settlement of juvenile fish
505. Jellyfish blooms perception in Mediterranean finfish aquaculture
506. Early Stages of Sea-Level Rise Lead To Decreased Salt Marsh Plant Diversity through Stronger Competition in Mediterranean-Climate Marshes
507. Baited remote underwater video as a promising nondestructive tool to assess fish assemblages in clearwater Amazonian rivers: testing the effect of bait and habitat type
508. Exploring the diversity of the root-associated microbiome of Ilex paraguariensis St. Hil. (Yerba Mate)
509. Distribution patterns of marine cave fishes and the potential role of the cardinal fish Apogon imberbis (Linnaeus, 1758) for cave ecosystem functioning in the western Mediterranean
510. Response of fish assemblage structure to changing flood and flow pulses in a large subtropical river
511. Depth-related composition and structuring of tropical riverine fish assemblages revealed by baited video
512. Leaving safety to visit a feeding site: is it optimal to hesitate while exposed?
513. Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Total Viable Vibrio spp. in a NW Mediterranean Coastal Area
514. Contribution of different dispersal sources to the metabolic response of lake bacterioplankton following a salinity change
515. Importance of advective mass transfer and sediment surface area for streambed microbial communities
516. Effects of dispersal and selection on stochastic assembly in microbial communities
517. Biodiversity loss and turnover in alternative states in the Mediterranean Sea: a case study on meiofauna
518. Aggregation of European storm-petrel (Hydrobates pelagicus ssp. melitensis) around cage fish farms. Do they benefit from the farmś resources?
519. Interaction Testing: Residuals-Based Permutations and Parametric Bootstrap in Continuous, Count, and Binary Data
520. Non‐native introductions influence fish body size distributions within a dryland river
521. Linking hydro‐morphology with invertebrate ecology in diverse morphological units of a large river‐floodplain system
522. Increasing the Size of the Microbial Biomass Altered Bacterial Community Structure which Enhances Plant Phosphorus Uptake
523. Comparative Study of Generalized Estimating Equations and Logistic Regressions on Different Sample Sizes and Correlation Levels
524. Cryptic regime shift in benthic community structure on shallow reefs in St. John, US Virgin Islands
525. Impact of Incision of Gravel-bed Rivers on Ground Beetle Assemblages
526. Characterization and pathogenicity of Rhizoctonia spp. isolated from winter squash in the Black Sea region of Turkey
527. Is polychaete family-level sufficient to assess impact on tropical estuarine gradients?
528. Potential retention effect at fish farms boosts zooplankton abundance
529. Environmental drivers of soil microbial community structure and function at the Avon River Critical Zone Observatory
530. The environmental impact of sewage and wastewater outfalls in Antarctica: An example from Davis station, East Antarctica
531. Stable isotope‐based trophic structure of pelagic fish and jellyfish across natural and anthropogenic landscape gradients in a fjord estuary
532. Zooplankton in Svalbard fjords on the Atlantic–Arctic boundary
533. Unmasking Aurelia species in the Mediterranean Sea: an integrative morphometric and molecular approach
534. Genotypic diversity in a non-native ecosystem engineer has variable impacts on productivity
535. Adiposity-Dependent Regulatory Effects on Multi-tissue Transcriptomes
536. PERMANOVA-S: association test for microbial community composition that accommodates confounders and multiple distances
537. Spatial and successional dynamics of microbial biofilm communities in a grassland stream ecosystem
538. The local environment determines the assembly of root endophytic fungi at a continental scale
539. Fish communities associated with cold-water corals vary with depth and substratum type
540. A new CO 2 vent for the study of ocean acidification in the Atlantic
541. Dietary habits of polar bears in Foxe Basin, Canada: possible evidence of a trophic regime shift mediated by a new top predator
542. Benzimidazole resistance in Nematodirus spathiger and N. filicollis in New Zealand
543. Annual Variation in Larval Fish Assemblages in a Heavily Regulated River During Differing Hydrological Conditions
544. Diet and trophic ecology of the lanternfish Electrona risso (Cocco 1829) in the Strait of Messina (central Mediterranean Sea) and potential resource utilization from the Deep Scattering Layer (DSL)
545. Microgobius meeki as a potential bio‐indicator of habitat disturbance in shallow estuarine areas: a useful tool for the assessment of estuarine quality
546. Microbial biogeography of permafrost thaw ponds across the changing northern landscape
547. Environmental variability drives rapid and dramatic changes in nutrient limitation of tropical macroalgae with different ecological strategies
548. Dispersal and dilution of wastewater from an ocean outfall at Davis Station, Antarctica, and resulting environmental contamination
549. Metal contamination and human health risk associated with the consumption of Labeo rosae from the Olifants River system, South Africa
550. Ophiuroid biodiversity patterns along the Antarctic Peninsula
551. The ecological costs to females in a system with allied sexual coercion
552. Variability of PCB burden in 5 fish and sharks species of the French Mediterranean continental slope
553. Herbivore abundance, site fidelity and grazing rates on temperate reefs inside and outside marine reserves
554. A study on the effects of example familiarity and modality on design fixation
555. Long-term shift in coastal fish communities before and after the collapse of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua)
556. The implementation of an environmental flow regime results in ecological recovery of regulated rivers
557. Temporal variability of a single population can determine the vulnerability of communities to perturbations
558. Boyca Büyümeyi Ölçen Büyüme İndeksinin Tekrar Değerlendirilmesi: Kızılgöz, Rutilus rutilus Uygulaması
559. Disentangling the effect of body size and phylogenetic distances on zooplankton top-down control of algae
560. Potential use of marinas as nursery grounds by rocky fishes: insights from four Diplodus species in the Mediterranean
561. Response of amphipod assemblages to desalination brine discharge: Impact and recovery
562. Diel variations in the assemblage structure and foraging ecology of larval and 0+ year juvenile fishes in a man‐made floodplain waterbody
563. Invasive décor: an association between a native decorator worm and a non-native seaweed can be mutualistic
564. Soil physicochemical properties impact more strongly on bacteria and fungi than conversion of grassland to oil palm
565. Plant community shifts caused by feral swine rooting devalue Florida rangeland
566. The Challenge of Planning Conservation Strategies in Threatened Seascapes: Understanding the Role of Fine Scale Assessments of Community Response to Cumulative Human Pressures
567. Benthic oxygen exchange over a heterogeneous Zostera noltei meadow in a temperate coastal ecosystem
568. Long-term effects of tidal restriction on fish assemblages in east Atlantic coastal marshlands
569. The Long and the Short of Mate Attraction in a Psylloid: do Semiochemicals Mediate Mating in Aacanthocnema dobsoni Froggatt?
570. Managed realignment for habitat compensation: Use of a new intertidal habitat by fishes
571. Faecal contamination of echinoderms: first report of heavy Escherichia coli loading of sea urchins from a natural growing area
572. Functional dissociation between regularity encoding and deviance detection along the auditory hierarchy
573. Effects of Fishing and Fishing Closures on Beach Clams: Experimental Evaluation across Commercially Fished and Non-Fished Beaches before and during Harvesting
574. The algal lift: Buoyancy‐mediated sediment transport
575. Long-term Hydrologic Variability in a Large Subtropical Floodplain River: Effects on Commercial Fisheries
576. Repetitive baselines of phytoplankton succession in an unstably stratified temperate lake (Lake Erken, Sweden): a long-term analysis
577. Assessment of spatial fishing closures on beach clams
578. Tide, time and space: Scales of variation and influences on structuring and sampling beach clams
579. Role of fish farm fouling in recolonisation of nearby soft-bottom habitats affected by coastal aquaculture
580. Long-term (1998–2010) large-scale comparison of the ecological quality status of gulf of lions (NW Mediterranean) benthic habitats
581. Concentration and risk of pharmaceuticals in freshwater systems are related to the population density and the livestock units in Iberian Rivers
582. Investigating the effect of selective logging on tree biodiversity and structure of the tropical forests of Papua New Guinea
583. Monte Carlo simulation of OLS and linear mixed model inference of phenotypic effects on gene expression
584. Abundance and physiology of dominant soft corals linked to water quality in Jakarta Bay, Indonesia
585. Does restoration of a habitat‐forming seaweed restore associated faunal diversity?
586. Characterising biofouling communities on mussel farms along an environmental gradient: a step towards improved risk management
587. Characterization of polar bear (Ursus maritimus) diets in the Canadian High Arctic
588. Urbanization, Grassland, and Diet Influence Coyote (Canis latrans) Parasitism Structure
589. Macrofauna communities of tidal channels in Jade Bay (German Wadden Sea): spatial patterns, relationships with environmental characteristics, and comparative aspects
590. Addition of crop residues affects a detritus-based food chain depending on litter type and farming system
591. Ineffective conservation threatens Patella candei, an endangered limpet endemic to the Macaronesian islands
592. Zooplankton structure and dynamics in two estuaries from the Atlantic coast in relation to multi-stressors exposure
593. A multitracer approach to assess the spatial contamination pattern of hake (Merluccius merluccius) in the French Mediterranean
594. Above‐ and below‐ground effects of plant diversity depend on species origin: an experimental test with multiple invaders
595. Dynamics of a deep-water seagrass population on the Great Barrier Reef: annual occurrence and response to a major dredging program
596. Regularized MANOVA (rMANOVA) in untargeted metabolomics
597. A small no-take marine sanctuary provides consistent protection for small-bodied by-catch species, but not for large-bodied, high-risk species
598. A method for analysis of phenotypic change for phenotypes described by high-dimensional data
599. Macroecological analysis of the fish fauna inhabiting Cymodocea nodosa seagrass meadows
600. Assessing the status of a disjunct population of the endangered crayfish Euastacus bispinosus in a karst rising‐spring habitat in southern Australia
601. Local and Regional Impacts of Pollution on Coral Reefs along the Thousand Islands North of the Megacity Jakarta, Indonesia
602. Testing the resilience of dead maerl infaunal assemblages to the experimental removal and re-lay of habitat
603. Ocean warming ameliorates the negative effects of ocean acidification on Paracentrotus lividus larval development and settlement
604. Digestion and predation rates of zooplankton by the pleustonic hydrozoan Velella velella and widespread blooms in 2013 and 2014
605. Antibiotic-Induced Alterations of the Murine Gut Microbiota and Subsequent Effects on Colonization Resistance against Clostridium difficile
606. Confounding parameters on program comprehension: a literature survey
607. Distribution and abundance of Ostreopsis spp. and associated species (Dinophyceae) in the northwestern Mediterranean: the region and the macroalgal substrate matter
608. Length-weight relationships and condition factor of the eaglebeak pacu Ossubtus xinguense Jégu, 1992 (Characiformes, Serrasalmidae), an endangered species from Rio Xingu rapids, northern Brazil
609. Mercury concentration in different tissues of Podocnemis unifilis (Troschel, 1848) (Podocnemididae: Testudines) from the lower Xingu River – Amazonian, Brazil
610. Production benefits from pre- and post-lambing anthelmintic treatment of ewes on commercial farms in the southern North Island of New Zealand
611. Ocean warming modulates the effects of limited food availability on Paracentrotus lividus larval development
612. Nutrient enrichment alters the consequences of species loss
613. Within‐Species Mate Preferences Do Not Contribute to the Maintenance of Sexually Monomorphic Mating Signals in Green Lacewings
614. Population structure of the pearly razorfish, Xyrichtys novacula (Actinopterygii: Labridae), in sand-seagrass mosaics: spatial variation according to habitat features and sampling techniques
615. Detecting treatment-covariate interactions using permutation methods
616. Assessing the impact of gold mining in headwater streams of Eastern Amazonia using Ephemeroptera assemblages and biological traits
617. Virus decomposition provides an important contribution to benthic deep-sea ecosystem functioning
618. Structure and biodiversity of coralligenous assemblages over broad spatial and temporal scales
619. Diversity of anuran communities facing bullfrog invasion in Atlantic Forest ponds
620. Experimental management control of O puntia dillenii   H aw. and A gave americana   L . in T eno R ural P ark, C anary I slands
621. Growth of common carp Cyprinus carpio in Anatolia (Turkey), with a comparison to native and invasive areas worldwide
622. Differential Response of Fish Assemblages to Coral Reef-Based Seaweed Farming
623. Diversity measures in macroinvertebrate and zooplankton communities related to the trophic status of subtropical reservoirs: Contradictory or complementary responses?
624. Benthic community recovery from brine impact after the implementation of mitigation measures
625. Airborne synthetic-aperture radar (SAR) imaging to help assess impacts of stationary fishing gear on the north Brazilian mangrove coast
626. Biotic or abiotic factors: which has greater influence in determining the structure of rotifers in semi-arid reservoirs?
627. Terrestrial Laser Scanning Reveals Seagrass Microhabitat Structure on a Tideflat
628. Impacts of alien plant invasion on native plant communities are mediated by functional identity of resident species, not resource availability
629. Temporal and spatial zonation of macroepiphytes on Posidonia oceanica (L.) Delile leaves in a meadow off Tunisia
630. Strong rightward lateralization of the dorsal attentional network in left-handers with right sighting-eye: An evolutionary advantage
631. Symbiodinium identity alters the temperature-dependent settlement behaviour of Acropora millepora coral larvae before the onset of symbiosis
632. Towed camera imagery and benthic sled catches provide different views of seamount benthic diversity
633. Ecological Value of Submerged Breakwaters for Habitat Enhancement on a Residential Scale
634. Sharptooth catfish shows its metal: A case study of metal contamination at two impoundments in the Olifants River, Limpopo river system, South Africa
635. Restoration potential of native forests after removal of conifer plantation: A perspective from Australia
636. Metazoan parasite communities and diet of the velvet belly lantern shark Etmopterus spinax (Squaliformes: Etmopteridae): a comparison of two deep-sea ecosystems
637. Flood disturbance effects on benthic diatom assemblage structure in a semiarid river network
638. Metabolism of gymnosomatous pteropods in waters of the western Antarctic Peninsula shelf during austral fall
639. Diver operated video most accurately detects the impacts of fishing within periodically harvested closures
641. Saltwater intrusion history shapes the response of bacterial communities upon rehydration
643. Distribution of gymnosomatous pteropods in western Antarctic Peninsula shelf waters: influences of Southern Ocean water masses
644. Influence of boat anchoring on Pinna nobilis: a field experiment using mimic units
645. Does the abundance of girellids and kyphosids correlate with cover of the palatable green algae, Ulva spp.? A test on temperate rocky intertidal reefs
646. Measures of precision for dissimilarity‐based multivariate analysis of ecological communities
647. Vessel Strikes to Large Whales Before and After the 2008 Ship Strike Rule
648. Evolved differences in larval social behavior mediated by novel pheromones
649. Beetle succession and diversity between clothed sun-exposed and shaded pig carrion in a tropical dry forest landscape in Southern Mexico
650. Algal mats reduce eelgrass (Zostera marina L.) growth in mixed and monospecific meadows
651. Does wave exposure determine the interactive effects of losing key grazers and ecosystem engineers?
652. Unexpected abundance and long-term relative stability of the brown alga Cystoseira amentacea , hitherto regarded as a threatened species, in the north-western Mediterranean Sea
653. A sediment mesocosm experiment to determine if the remediation of a shoreline waste disposal site in Antarctica caused further environmental impacts
654. Can marine bacteria be recruited from freshwater sources and the air?
655. Morphometric analysis of modern faeces as a tool to identify artiodactyls' coprolites
656. Short-term changes in zooplankton density and community structure in response to different sources of dissolved organic carbon in an unconstrained lowland river: evidence for food web support
657. Elevated carbon dioxide and ozone have weak, idiosyncratic effects on herbivorous forest insect abundance, species richness, and community composition
658. Polygodial: a contact active antifouling biocide
659. Diet of the spothead lanternfish Diaphus metopoclampus (Cocco, 1829) (Pisces: Myctophidae) in the central Mediterranean Sea
660. Nocturnal planktonic assemblages of amphipods vary due to the presence of coastal aquaculture cages
661. Effects of pregnancy on obesity-induced inflammation in a mouse model of fetal programming
662. A multi-marker molecular signature approach for treatment-specific subgroup identification with survival outcomes
663. Fecal Bacterial Community Changes Associated with Isoflavone Metabolites in Postmenopausal Women after Soy Bar Consumption
664. Linear Models: Permutation Methods
665. Functional Analysis of Variance for Association Studies
666. Diet and body mass of ducks in the presence of commercial harvest of brine shrimp cysts in the Great Salt Lake, Utah
667. Influence of hydrological changes on the fish community in two lotic environments of the Middle Paraná Floodplain, Argentina
668. Palaeoecological distribution pattern of Early–Middle Jurassic benthic foraminifera in the Lusitanian Basin (Portugal) based on multivariate analysis
669. Structure of hydrocarbonoclastic nitrate-reducing bacterial communities in bioturbated coastal marine sediments
670. Effects of fertilization management on pasture productivity and nutrient composition
671. Relative importance of environmental, geographic, and spatial variables on zooplankton metacommunities
672. Hypoxic blackwater event severely impacts M urray crayfish ( E uastacus armatus ) populations in the M urray R iver, A ustralia
673. The composition of cuticular compounds indicates body parts, sex and age in the model butterfly Bicyclus anynana (Lepidoptera)
674. Chronic and intensive bottom trawling impairs deep-sea biodiversity and ecosystem functioning
675. Anthropogenic Disturbance and Biodiversity of Marine Benthic Communities in Antarctica: A Regional Comparison
676. AprioriGWAS, a New Pattern Mining Strategy for Detecting Genetic Variants Associated with Disease through Interaction Effects
677. Application of noncollapsing methods to the gene-based association test: a comparison study using Genetic Analysis Workshop 18 data
678. Niche differentiation among invasive crayfish and their impacts on ecosystem structure and functioning
679. Non‐interactive effects of plant invasion and landscape modification on native communities
680. Potential Factors Affecting Survival Differ by Run-Timing and Location: Linear Mixed-Effects Models of Pacific Salmonids (Oncorhynchus spp.) in the Klamath River, California
681. Effects of organochlorines on microbial diversity and community structure in Phragmites australis rhizosphere
682. Evidence of genetic influence on the flowering pattern of Ficus microcarpa
683. A mismatch between germination requirements and environmental conditions: Niche conservatism in xeric subtropical thicket canopy species?
684. Effects of Warming and Nutrient Enrichment on How Grazing Pressure Affects Leaf Litter-Colonizing Bacteria
685. Hypoxic Response Contributes to Altered Gene Expression and Precapillary Pulmonary Hypertension in Patients With Sickle Cell Disease
686. Grazer removal and nutrient enrichment as recovery enhancers for overexploited rocky subtidal habitats
687. Spatial patterns in early post-settlement processes of the green sea urchin Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis
688. Jellyfish as Prey: Frequency of Predation and Selective Foraging of Boops boops (Vertebrata, Actinopterygii) on the Mauve Stinger Pelagia noctiluca (Cnidaria, Scyphozoa)
689. Bayesian inference applied to spatio-temporal reconstruction of flows around a NACA0012 airfoil
690. Tolerance values of benthic macroinvertebrates for stream biomonitoring: assessment of assumptions underlying scoring systems worldwide
691. Biofilm functional responses to the rehydration of a dry intermittent stream
692. Colonization dynamics of ciliate morphotypes modified by shifting sandy sediments
693. Trait‐mediated environmental filtering drives assembly at biogeographic transition zones
694. Can male Eurasian jays disengage from their own current desire to feed the female what she wants?
695. Facilitation cascade maintains a kelp community
696. Eurasian jays (Garrulus glandarius) conceal caches from onlookers
697. A study on the role of physical models in the mitigation of design fixation
698. Importance of macroalgal fields as coral reef fish nursery habitat in north-west Australia
699. Hatchery practices may result in replacement of wild salmonids: adult trends in the Klamath basin, California
700. Impacts of alien grass invasion in coastal seed banks vary amongst native growth forms and dispersal strategies
701. Invasion success and development of benthic assemblages: Effect of timing, duration of submersion and substrate type
702. Reservoirs override seasonal variability of phytoplankton communities in a regulated Mediterranean river
703. Comparison of epifaunal assemblages between Cymodocea nodosa and Caulerpa prolifera meadows in Gran Canaria (eastern Atlantic)
704. Abiotic surrogates for temperate rocky reef biodiversity: implications for marine protected areas
705. MCPerm: A Monte Carlo Permutation Method for Accurately Correcting the Multiple Testing in a Meta-Analysis of Genetic Association Studies
706. Measuring the effectiveness of a Caribbean oceanic island no-take zone with an asymmetrical BACI approach
707. Role of predation on sandy beaches: Predation pressure and prey selectivity estimated by laboratory experiments
708. Discourse Particles and Belief Reasoning: The Case of German doch
709. The Effect of Approach/Avoidance Training on Alcohol Consumption Is Mediated by Change in Alcohol Action Tendency
710. Host-Specificity and Dynamics in Bacterial Communities Associated with Bloom-Forming Freshwater Phytoplankton
711. Never seem to find the time: evaluating the physiological time course of visual word recognition with regression analysis of single-item event-related potentials
712. Iron deficiency modifies gene expression variation induced by augmented hypoxia sensing
713. Prior exposure influences the behavioural avoidance by an intertidal gastropod, Bembicium auratum, of acidified waters
714. Mangrove carbon sink. Do burrowing crabs contribute to sediment carbon storage? Evidence from a Kenyan mangrove system
715. Are metals in the muscle tissue of Mozambique tilapia a threat to human health? A case study of two impoundments in the Olifants River, Limpopo province, South Africa
716. A Survey and Comparative Study of Statistical Tests for Identifying Differential Expression from Microarray Data
717. Morphological differentiation among geographically close populations of the green crab Carcinus aestuarii Nardo, 1847 (Brachyura, Carcinidae) from the Tunisian coast
719. Extensive Hybridisation Between Roach, Rutilus Rutilus L., and Common Bream, Abramis Brama L., in Irish Lakes and Rivers
720. Recovery of a Temperate Reef Assemblage in a Marine Protected Area following the Exclusion of Towed Demersal Fishing
721. Protection Enhances Community and Habitat Stability: Evidence from a Mediterranean Marine Protected Area
722. The impact of land abandonment on the plant diversity of olive groves
723. Sprouting extends the regeneration niche in temperate rain forests: The case of the long-lived tree Eucryphia cordifolia
724. The rocky-reef fish assemblages of Malta and Lampedusa islands (Strait of Sicily, Mediterranean Sea): a visual census study in a changing biogeographical sector
725. First estimates of batch fecundity for Parapercis colias , a commercially important temperate reef fish
726. Trophic shift in the diet of the pelagic thresher shark based on stomach contents and stable isotope analyses
727. Locomotor behavior in zebrafish (Danio rerio) larvae exposed to perfluoroalkyl acids
728. Landscape heterogeneity and farming practice alter the species composition and taxonomic breadth of pollinator communities
729. Enhanced numbers of two temperate reef fishes in a small, partial-take marine protected area related to spearfisher exclusion
730. Coastal man-made habitats: Potential nurseries for an exploited fish species, Diplodus sargus (Linnaeus, 1758)
731. Changes in zooplankton communities along a mercury contamination gradient in a coastal lagoon (Ria de Aveiro, Portugal)
732. Invasive and socially parasitic ants are good bioindicators of habitat quality in Mediterranean forest remnants in northeast Spain
733. Partial Migration and Diel Movement Patterns in Puget Sound Coho Salmon
734. Bottom-up control of temperate rocky intertidal community structure: evidence from a transplant experiment
735. Use of diatom assemblages as biomonitor of the impact of treated uranium mining effluent discharge on a stream: case study of the Ritord watershed (Center-West France)
736. Percentage of Impervious Surface Soil as Indicator of Urbanization Impacts in Neotropical Aquatic Insects
737. Threats to Canadian species at risk: An analysis of finalized recovery strategies
738. History and co-management of the artisanal mutton snapper (Lutjanus analis) spawning aggregation fishery at Gladden Spit, Belize, 1950–2011
739. Exclusion of large herbivores: Long-term changes within the plant community
740. A spatially-dense regression study of Facial Form and Tissue Depth: Towards an interactive tool for Craniofacial Reconstruction
741. Gene–environment interactions in genome‐wide association studies: current approaches and new directions
742. High-dimensional nested analysis of variance to assess the effect of production season, quality grade and steam pasteurization on the phenolic composition of fermented rooibos herbal tea
743. Behavioural strategy of common bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) in response to different kinds of boats in the waters of Lampedusa Island (Italy)
744. Litter quality versus soil microbial community controls over decomposition: a quantitative analysis
745. Eared grebe diet on Great Salt Lake, Utah, and competition with the commercial harvest of brine shrimp cysts
746. Community patterns of the small riverine benthos within and between two contrasting glacier catchments
747. Distribution of sea urchins living near shallow water CO2 vents is dependent upon species acid–base and ion-regulatory abilities
748. The Effect of Transitional Organic Production Practices on Soilborne Pests of Tomato in a Simulated Microplot Study
749. Cryptic species unveiled: the case of the nematode Spauligodon atlanticus
750. Bacteria Contribute to Sediment Nutrient Release and Reflect Progressed Eutrophication-Driven Hypoxia in an Organic-Rich Continental Sea
751. Pre-wildfire management treatments interact with fire severity to have lasting effects on post-wildfire vegetation response
752. Abundance and distribution of diverse membrane‐bound monooxygenase ( C u‐ MMO ) genes within the C osta R ica oxygen minimum zone
753. Movement and phenology of bees in a subtropical Australian agricultural landscape
754. Compounds associated with algal surfaces mediate epiphytic colonization of the marine macroalga Fucus vesiculosus
755. Design Fixation and Its Mitigation: A Study on the Role of Expertise
756. Fish Assemblages in Borrow‐Pit Lakes of the Lower Mississippi River
757. Nursery value of Cystoseira forests for Mediterranean rocky reef fishes
758. Volitional eyes opening perturbs brain dynamics and functional connectivity regardless of light input
759. Rings without a lord? Enigmatic fossils from the lower Palaeozoic of Bohemia and the Carnic Alps
760. Establishing a food web model for coastal Antarctic benthic communities: a case study from the Vestfold Hills
761. Predators of juvenile sea urchins and the effect of habitat refuges
762. Protection effects on Mediterranean fish assemblages associated with different rocky habitats
763. Trophic ecology drives spatial variability in growth among subpopulations of an exploited temperate reef fish
764. Rocky reef fish assemblages at six Mediterranean marine protected areas: broad-scale patterns in assemblage structure, species richness and composition
765. Microbial activity and sediment disturbance modulate the vertical water flux in sandy sediments
766. The Soundscapes of Lakes across an Urbanization Gradient
767. Brain Training Game Boosts Executive Functions, Working Memory and Processing Speed in the Young Adults: A Randomized Controlled Trial
768. Nestedness and successional trajectories of macroinvertebrate assemblages in man-made wetlands
769. Effects of urbanization on Song Sparrow (Melospiza melodia) population connectivity
770. Spatial scales of variation in lichens: implications for sampling design in biomonitoring surveys
771. Relationships between the metabolome and the fatty acid composition of human saliva; effects of stimulation
772. Drastic decadal decline of the seagrass Cymodocea nodosa at Gran Canaria (eastern Atlantic): Interactions with the green algae Caulerpa prolifera
773. Size distribution and genetic diversity of the offshore rockfish (Pontinus kuhlii) from three Atlantic archipelagos and seamounts
774. Bryophyte assemblage structure after partial harvesting in boreal mixedwood forest depends on residual canopy abundance and composition
775. Shifts in the phylogenetic structure and functional capacity of soil microbial communities follow alteration of native tussock grassland ecosystems
776. Rhizosphere effects on functional stability of microbial communities in conventional and organic soils following elevated temperature treatment
777. Type I error and test power of different tests for testing interaction effects in factorial experiments
778. Functional diversity and climate change: effects on the invasibility of macroalgal assemblages
779. Exploring patterns of variation in amphipod assemblages at multiple spatial scales: natural variability versus coastal aquaculture effect
780. Temporal and spatial variability in coral recruitment on two Indonesian coral reefs: consistently lower recruitment to a degraded reef
781. Thermodynamic oriented ecological indicators: Application of Eco-Exergy and Specific Eco-Exergy in capturing environmental changes between disturbed and non-disturbed tropical reservoirs
782. Jailbreak: a fishway releases the endangered Macquarie perch from confinement below an anthropogenic barrier
783. Trawl impacts and biodiversity management in Shark Bay, Western Australia
784. Genome-wide association study for backfat thickness in Canchim beef cattle using Random Forest approach
785. Seasonal Variation in Diet and Feeding Strategy of Three Mayfly Species
786. Local and regional ecological drivers of fish assemblages in Brazilian estuaries
787. Dynamics, chemical properties and bioavailability of DOC in an early successional catchment
788. Benthic communities in the deep Mediterranean Sea: exploring microbial and meiofaunal patterns in slope and basin ecosystems
789. Nematode diversity patterns at different spatial scales in bathyal sediments of the Mediterranean Sea
790. Dynamics, chemical properties and bioavailability of DOC in an early successional catchment
791. Negative and matrix‐dependent effects of dispersal corridors in an experimental metacommunity
792. Factors C ontrolling C ompositional C hanges in a N orthern A ndean P áramo ( L a R usia, C olombia)
793. Diversity of demersal and megafaunal assemblages inhabiting sandbanks of the Irish Sea
794. Development and test of a statistical model for the ecological assessment of tropical reservoirs based on benthic macroinvertebrates
795. Population and habitat status of two endemic sand gobies in lagoon marshes – Implications for conservation
796. Encounter competition partly explains the segregation of the sandy beach amphipods Bathyporeia pilosa and Bathyporeia sarsi. A mesocosm experiment
797. Delineation and Validation of River Network Spatial Scales for Water Resources and Fisheries Management
798. Relative importance of genetic, ontogenetic, induction, and seasonal variation in producing a multivariate defense phenotype in a foundation tree species
799. VideoSolo, an autonomous video system for high-frequency monitoring of aquatic biota, applied to coral reef fishes in the Glorioso Islands (SWIO)
800. Biological invasions and the acoustic niche: the effect of bullfrog calls on the acoustic signals of white-banded tree frogs
801. Idiosyncratic effects of protection in a remote marine reserve
802. Patterns of landscape and assemblage structure along a latitudinal gradient in ocean climate
803. Costs of living for juvenile Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) in an increasingly warming and invaded world
804. Effect of Dietary Prebiotic (Mannan Oligosaccharide) Supplementation on the Caecal Bacterial Community Structure of Turkeys
805. Fungal Assemblages Associated with Roots of Halophytic and Non-halophytic Plant Species Vary Differentially Along a Salinity Gradient
806. Effects of the fungicide tebuconazole on microbial capacities for litter breakdown in streams
807. Effect of intra‐seasonal variability on vegetation data
808. Correlations between algal abundance, environmental variables and sponge distribution patterns on southern hemisphere temperate rocky reefs
809. Detecting human mitigation intervention: Effects of sewage treatment upgrade on rocky macrofaunal assemblages
810. Effects of fishing on parasitism in a sparid fish: Contrasts between two areas of the Western Mediterranean
811. Concept of (dis)similarity in data analysis
812. A mass mortality of subtropical intertidal populations of the sea urchin Paracentrotus lividus : analysis of potential links with environmental conditions
813. Composition and structure of macroinvertebrate communities in contrasting open-water habitats in Irish peatlands: implications for biodiversity conservation
814. Relationships between fish, sea urchins and macroalgae: The structure of shallow rocky sublittoral communities in the Cyclades, Eastern Mediterranean
815. Sexual dimorphism in multiple aspects of 3D facial symmetry and asymmetry defined by spatially dense geometric morphometrics
816. Spatio-temporal variability in Posidonia oceanica seagrass meadows of the Western Mediterranean: shoot density and plant features
817. Effects of Nautical Traffic and Noise on Foraging Patterns of Mediterranean Damselfish (Chromis chromis)
818. Measuring more of β-diversity: Quantifying patterns of variation in assemblage heterogeneity. An insight from marine benthic assemblages
819. Research article: small-scale spatial variation of δ13C and δ15N isotopes in Antarctic carbon sources and consumers
820. Prey naivety in the behavioural responses of juvenile Chinook salmon ( Oncorhynchus tshawytscha ) to an invasive predator
821. Viral infections stimulate the metabolism and shape prokaryotic assemblages in submarine mud volcanoes
822. Increasing heterogeneity of sensitive assemblages as a consequence of human impact in submarine caves
823. Eutrophication, agriculture and water level control shift aquatic plant communities from floating-leaved to submerged macrophytes in Lake Chini, Malaysia
824. Decreased soil microbial biomass and nitrogen mineralisation with Eucalyptus biochar addition to a coarse textured soil
825. Early life antibiotic‐driven changes in microbiota enhance susceptibility to allergic asthma
826. Can mixed species stands enhance arthropod diversity in plantation forests?
827. Cascade multivariate regression tree: a novel approach for modelling nested explanatory sets
828. Successful Determination of Larval Dispersal Distances and Subsequent Settlement for Long-Lived Pelagic Larvae
829. The belief index: An empirical measure for evaluating outcomes in Bayesian belief network modelling
830. Nutrient enrichment and variation in community structure on rocky shores: The potential of molluscan assemblages for biomonitoring
831. The Kapiti Marine Reserve (New Zealand): spatial and temporal comparisons of multi-species responses after 8 years of protection
832. Environment, vegetation and greenness (NDVI) along the North America and Eurasia Arctic transects
833. Bacterial diversity in three distinct sub-habitats within the pitchers of the northern pitcher plant, Sarracenia purpurea
834. Non-parametric multivariate analysis of variance in the proteomic response of potato to drought stress
835. Methods of training set construction: Towards improving performance for automated mesozooplankton image classification systems
836. Population-Level Metrics of Trophic Structure Based on Stable Isotopes and Their Application to Invasion Ecology
837. Long-term experimental restoration in a calcareous grassland: Identifying the most effective restoration strategies
838. Environmental assessment in a shallow subtidal rocky habitat: approach coupling chemical and ecological tools
839. Two-Step Gene Feature Selection Algorithm Based on Permutation Test
840. Statistics
841. General Linear Models
842. Bibliography
843. Carbon flow and trophic structure of an Antarctic coastal benthic community as determined by δ13C and δ15N
844. Non-indigenous species in Mediterranean fish assemblages: Contrasting feeding guilds of Posidonia oceanica meadows and sandy habitats
845. Can Personality Type Explain Heterogeneity in Probability Distortions?
846. Technical Note: The effects of five different defaunation methods on biogeochemical properties of intertidal sediment
847. The effects of five different defaunation methods on biogeochemical properties of intertidal sediment
848. Importance of consumers on exposed and sheltered rocky shores
849. Natural trace elemental markers for adult red rock lobsters Jasus edwardsii vary among replicate distinct water masses
850. Bibliography
851. The influence of e-business alliance network on E-business firm’s performance: An exploratory study
852. The contribution of benthic macrofauna to the nutrient filter in coastal lagoons
853. Mass univariate analysis of event-related brain potentials/fields I: A critical tutorial review
854. Distance‐based methods for the analysis of maps produced by species distribution models
855. Rapid Biodiversity Assessment and Monitoring Method for Highly Diverse Benthic Communities: A Case Study of Mediterranean Coralligenous Outcrops
856. Do seasonal changes in habitat features influence aquatic macroinvertebrate assemblages in perennial versus temporary Mediterranean streams?
857. Patch size matters more than dispersal distance in a mainland–island metacommunity
858. Rapid experimental shift in host use traits of a polyphagous marine herbivore reveals fitness costs on alternative hosts
859. Long-term land use effects on soil microbial community structure and function
860. The Effects of Dominance on Leadership and Energetic Gain: A Dynamic Game between Pairs of Social Foragers
861. Heritable pollution tolerance in a marine invader
862. A quantitative comparison of frugivorous tephritids (Diptera: Tephritidae) in tropical forests and rural areas of the Democratic Republic of Congo
863. Effect of Dietary Supplementation with a Saccharomyces cerevisiae Mannan Oligosaccharide on the Bacterial Community Structure of Broiler Cecal Contents
864. Predation contributes to invasion resistance of benthic communities against the non-indigenous tunicate Ciona intestinalis
865. Supersaturated designs: Are our results significant?
866. Constraints in the identification and interpretation of ozone as a significant predictor of effects on the supersensitive indicator Nicotiana tabacum Bel-W3 in biomonitoring studies
867. Trophic dynamics within a hybrid zone - interactions between an abundant cyprinid hybrid and sympatric parental species
868. Non-consumptive predator effects indirectly influence marine plant biomass and palatability
869. Low Dynamics, High Longevity and Persistence of Sessile Structural Species Dwelling on Mediterranean Coralligenous Outcrops
870. Oyster Reefs as Natural Breakwaters Mitigate Shoreline Loss and Facilitate Fisheries
871. Forest Restoration in a Fog Oasis: Evidence Indicates Need for Cultural Awareness in Constructing the Reference
872. Longitudinal extent of acidification effects of plantation forest on benthic macroinvertebrate communities in soft water streams: evidence for localised impact and temporal ecological recovery
873. Sun and shade leaves of Olea europaea respond differently to plant size, light availability and genetic variation
874. Physical versus biological control of element incorporation into biogenic carbonate: an in situ experiment in a New Zealand fjord
875. Accumulation of nitrogen and changes in assimilation pigments of lichens transplanted in an agricultural area
876. Meiobenthic communities structure at different spatial scales on sandy beaches from a ria environment: The role of abiotic factors
877. The relative influence of local to regional drivers of variation in reef fishes
878. Hierarchical segmentation-based software for cover classification analyses of seabed images (Seascape)
879. Evidence of artisanal fishing impacts and depth refuge in assemblages of Fijian reef fish
880. The use of oxygen consumption and ammonium excretion to evaluate the toxicity of cadmium on Farfantepenaeus paulensis with respect to salinity
881. To what extent are the dietary compositions of three abundant, co‐occurring labrid species different and related to latitude, habitat, body size and season?
882. Gradients in the Number of Species at Reef-Seagrass Ecotones Explained by Gradients in Abundance
883. Negative Associations between Corpus Callosum Midsagittal Area and IQ in a Representative Sample of Healthy Children and Adolescents
884. Evaluation of a behavioural response of Mediterranean coastal fishes to novel recreational feeding situation
885. Do small marinas drive habitat specific impacts? A case study from Mediterranean Sea
886. Interpretation of analysis of variance models using principal component analysis to assess the effect of a maternal anticancer treatment on the mineralization of rat bones
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