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Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics, Volume 44

By: Douglas J Futuyma(Editor), H Bradley Shaffer(Editor), Daniel Simberloff(Editor)
658 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour tables
Publisher: Annual Reviews
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics, Volume 44
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Volume 44 contains 28 review papers, see table of contents for more details.

Contents

Genomics in Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics Theme
- Introduction to Theme "Genomics in Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics"; H. Bradley Shaffer and Michael D. Purugganan (Vol. 44: 1–4)
- Genotype-by-Environment Interaction and Plasticity: Exploring Genomic Responses of Plants to the Abiotic Environment; David L. Des Marais, Kyle M. Hernandez, and Thomas E. Juenger (Vol. 44: 5–29)
- Patterns of Selection in Plant Genomes; Josh Hough, Robert J. Williamson, and Stephen I. Wright (Vol. 44: 31–49)
- Genomics and the Evolution of Phenotypic Traits; Gregory A. Wray (Vol. 44: 51–72)
- Geographic Mode of Speciation and Genomic Divergence; Jeffrey L. Feder, Samuel M. Flaxman, Scott P. Egan, Aaron A. Comeault, and Patrik Nosil (Vol. 44: 73–97)
- High-Throughput Genomic Data in Systematics and Phylogenetics; Emily Moriarty Lemmon and Alan R. Lemmon (Vol. 44: 99–121)
- Population Genomics of Human Adaptation; Joseph Lachance and Sarah A. Tishkoff (Vol. 44: 123–143)

Topical Reviews
- Symbiogenesis: Mechanisms, Evolutionary Consequences, and Systematic Implications; Thomas Cavalier-Smith (Vol. 44: 145–172)
- Cognitive Ecology of Food Hoarding: The Evolution of Spatial Memory and the Hippocampus; Vladimir V. Pravosudov and Timothy C. Roth II (Vol. 44: 173–193)
- Genetic Draft, Selective Interference, and Population Genetics of Rapid Adaptation; Richard A. Neher (Vol. 44: 195–215)
- Nothing in Genetics Makes Sense Except in Light of Genomic Conflict; William R. Rice (Vol. 44: 217–237)
- The Evolutionary Genomics of Birds; Hans Ellegren (Vol. 44: 239–259)
- Community and Ecosystem Responses to Elevational Gradients: Processes, Mechanisms, and Insights for Global Change; Maja K. Sundqvist, Nathan J. Sanders, and David A. Wardle (Vol. 44: 261–280)
- Cytonuclear Genomic Interactions and Hybrid Breakdown; Ronald S. Burton, Ricardo J. Pereira, and Felipe S. Barreto (Vol. 44: 281–302)
- How Was the Australian Flora Assembled Over the Last 65 Million Years? A Molecular Phylogenetic Perspective; Michael D. Crisp and Lyn G. Cook (Vol. 44: 303–324)
- Introgression of Crop Alleles into Wild or Weedy Populations; Norman C. Ellstrand, Patrick Meirmans, Jun Rong, Detlef Bartsch, Atiyo Ghosh, Tom J. de Jong, Patsy Haccou, Bao-Rong Lu, Allison A. Snow, C. Neal Stewart Jr., Jared L. Strasburg, Peter H. van Tienderen, Klaas Vrieling, and Danny Hooftman (Vol. 44: 325–345)
- Plant Facilitation and Phylogenetics; Alfonso Valiente-Banuet and Miguel Verdú (Vol. 44: 347–366)
- Assisted Gene Flow to Facilitate Local Adaptation to Climate Change; Sally N. Aitken and Michael C. Whitlock (Vol. 44: 367–388)
- Ecological and Evolutionary Misadventures of Spartina; Donald R. Strong and Debra R. Ayres (Vol. 44: 389–410)
- Evolutionary Processes of Diversification in a Model Island Archipelago; Rafe M. Brown, Cameron D. Siler, Carl H. Oliveros, Jacob A. Esselstyn, Arvin C. Diesmos, Peter A. Hosner, Charles W. Linkem, Anthony J. Barley, Jamie R. Oaks, Marites B. Sanguila, Luke J. Welton, David C. Blackburn, Robert G. Moyle, A. Townsend Peterson, and Angel C. Alcala (Vol. 44: 411–435)
- Perceptual Biases and Mate Choice; Michael J. Ryan and Molly E. Cummings (Vol. 44: 437–459)
- Thermal Ecology, Environments, Communities, and Global Change: Energy Intake and Expenditure in Endotherms; Noga Kronfeld-Schor and Tamar Dayan (Vol. 44: 461–480)
- Diversity-Dependence, Ecological Speciation, and the Role of Competition in Macroevolution; Daniel L. Rabosky (Vol. 44: 481–502)
- Consumer Fronts, Global Change, and Runaway Collapse in Ecosystems; Brian R. Silliman, Michael W. McCoy, Christine Angelini, Robert D. Holt, John N. Griffin, and Johan van de Koppel (Vol. 44: 503–538)
- Implications of Time-Averaged Death Assemblages for Ecology and Conservation Biology; Susan M. Kidwell and Adam Tomasovych (Vol. 44: 539–563)
- Population Cycles in Forest Lepidoptera Revisited; Judith H. Myers and Jenny S. Cory (Vol. 44: 565–592)
- The Structure, Distribution, and Biomass of the World's Forests; Yude Pan, Richard A. Birdsey, Oliver L. Phillips, and Robert B. Jackson (Vol. 44: 593–622)
- The Epidemiology and Evolution of Symbionts with Mixed-Mode Transmission; Dieter Ebert (Vol. 44: 623–643)

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By: Douglas J Futuyma(Editor), H Bradley Shaffer(Editor), Daniel Simberloff(Editor)
658 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour tables
Publisher: Annual Reviews
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