New story out in PNAS: Evolution of male pregnancy associated with remodeling of canonical vertebrate immunity in seahorses and pipefishes
14. apr. 2020
A recently published paper led by Olivia Roth (GEOMAR; Kiel) together with several members of CEES uncovers a modification of the adaptive immune repertoire of seahorses and pipefish that coincide with evolution of male pregnancy.
CEES research on the cover of PNAS
5. mars 2020
A publication by W. Ryan Easterday et al., on the dynamics of anthrax infections, was featured on the cover of the February 25 th issue.
New publication: Revisiting a Landmark Study System: No Evidence for a Punctuated Mode of Evolution in Metrarabdotos
11. mai 2020 21:09
By Kjetil L. Voje, Emanuela Di Martino and Arthur Porto in The American Naturalist. Open Access.
New publicatoin: Age of European silver eels during a period of declining abundance in Norway
20. apr. 2020 13:24
By Caroline M. F. Durif, Ola H. Diserud, Odd Terje Sandlund, Eva B. Thorstad, Russell Poole, Knut Bergesen, Rosa H. Escobar‐Lux, Steven Shema, and Leif Asbjørn Vøllestad in Ecology and Evolution. Open Access.
New publication: Stoichiometric consequences of size-selective mortality: An experimental test using the Japanese medaka (Oryzias latipes)
20. apr. 2020 12:22
By Charlotte Evangelista, Beatriz Diaz Pauli, L. Asbjørn Vøllestad, and Eric Edeline in Science of The Total Environment
New publication: Ecosystem consequences of multi-trait response to environmental changes in Japanese medaka, Oryzias latipes
17. apr. 2020 13:46
By Beatriz Diaz Pauli, Eric Edeline, and Charlotte Evangelista in Conservation Physiology. Open Access.
Effects of offspring size variations on population dynamics in cannibalistic species
26. nov. 2019
In a recent study, we investigated the impact of size variations within cohorts and how this may affect the stability of cannibalistic populations. We found that large variations in size of the offspring tend to stabilize the population dynamics.