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Landscape and Urban Planning, ISSN 0169-2046, 10/2019, Volume 190, p. 103606
The provision of anthropogenic food to wildlife is a global phenomenon, and intentional wild bird feeding has become increasingly popular in the last decades.... 
Red kite | Milvus milvus | Spatiotemporal distribution of anthropogenic food | Anthropogenic bird feeding | Human-wildlife interactions | POPULATION | PREDATION | REGIONAL & URBAN PLANNING | MANAGEMENT | MILVUS-MILVUS | GEOGRAPHY, PHYSICAL | CONSERVATION | URBAN STUDIES | AVAILABILITY | PRODUCTIVITY | ECOLOGY | ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES | VULTURES | BIRDS | GEOGRAPHY
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Ecology and Evolution, ISSN 2045-7758, 06/2017, Volume 7, Issue 11, pp. 3745 - 3750
Models suggest that the mechanism of competition can influence the growth advantage associated with being large (in absolute body size or relative to other... 
body size | competition | growth rate | size variability | amphibian | CHEMICAL INTERFERENCE COMPETITION | INTRASPECIFIC COMPETITION | RANA-SYLVATICA | AMPHIBIAN METAMORPHOSIS | TADPOLES | ANURAN LARVAE | WOOD FROG | EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY | EXPLOITATION | ECOLOGY | ADAPTIVE SIGNIFICANCE | FOOD | Competition | Size distribution | Body mass | Growth rate | Animal behavior | Body size | Food
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The New phytologist, ISSN 0028-646X, 09/2019
Plant mating systems play a key role in structuring genetic variation both within and between species. In hybrid zones, the outcomes and dynamics of... 
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