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Bedoya AM, Madriñán S.  2015.  Evolution of the aquatic habit in Ludwigia (Onagraceae): Morpho-anatomical adaptive strategies in the Neotropics. Aquatic Botany. 120:352-362.
Plackett AR, Di Stilio VS, Langdale JA.  2015.  Ferns: the missing link in shoot evolution and development. Frontiers in plant Science (Plant Evolution and Development).
Wang AM, Promislow DEL, Kaeberlein M.  2015.  Fertile waters for aging research.. Cell. 160(5):814-5.
Otero LM, Huey RB, Gorman GC.  2015.  A Few Meters Matter: Local Habitats Drive Reproductive Cycles in a Tropical Lizard. The American Naturalist. 186(3):E72-E80.
Otero LM, Huey RB, Gorman GC.  2015.  A Few Meters Matter: Local Habitats Drive Reproductive Cycles in a Tropical Lizard. The American Naturalist. 186:E72–E80.
Sidor CA.  2015.  The first biarmosuchian from the upper Madumabisa Mudstone Formation (Luangwa Basin) of Zambia.. Palaeontologia Africana. 49:1–7.
Hayford HA, Gilman SE, Carrington E.  2015.  Foraging behavior minimizes heat exposure in a complex thermal landscape. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 518:165-175.
Wolff H., Strausfeld J..  2015.  Genealogical Correspondence of Mushroom Bodies across Invertebrate Phyla. Current Biology. 25(1):38-44.
Wasser SK, Lisa B, Mailand C, Mondol S, Clark W, Laurie C, Weir BS.  2015.  Genetic assignment of large seizures of elephant ivory reveals Africa’s major poaching hotspots.. Science. 349:84-87.
Hovde BT, Deodato CR, Hunsperger HM, Ryken SA, Yost W, Jha RK, Patterson J, Monnat RJ, Barlow SB, Starkenburg SR et al..  2015.  Genome Sequence and Transcriptome Analyses of Chrysochromulina tobin: Metabolic Tools for Enhanced Algal Fitness in the Prominent Order Prymnesiales (Haptophyceae). PLOS Genetics. 11(9):e1005469.
Theobald EJ, Ettinger AK, Burgess HK, DeBey LB, Schmidt NR, Froehlich HE, Wagner C, HilleRisLambers J, Tewksbury J, Harsch MA et al..  2015.  Global change and local solutions: Tapping the unrealized potential of citizen science for biodiversity research. Biological Conservation. 181:236-244.
Theobald EJ, Ettinger AK, Burgess HK, DeBey LB, Schmidt NR, Froehlich HE, Wagner C, HilleRisLambers J, Tewksbury J, Harsch MA et al..  2015.  Global change and local solutions: Tapping the unrealized potential of citizen science for biodiversity research. Biological Conservation. 181:236–244.
Stolfi A, Sasakura Y, Chalopin D, Satou Y, Christiaen L, Dantec C, Endo T, Naville M, Nishida H, Swalla BJ et al..  2015.  Guidelines for the nomenclature of genetic elements in tunicate genomes.. Genesis (New York, N.Y. : 2000). 53(1):1-14.
Hubbard L, King W, Vu A, Blumstein DT.  2015.  Heterospecific nonalarm vocalizations enhance risk assessment in common mynas. Behavioral Ecology. 26(2):632-638.
Sprain CJ, Renne PR, Wilson GP, Clemens WA.  2015.  High-resolution chronostratigraphy of the terrestrial Cretaceous-Paleogene transition and recovery interval in the Hell Creek region, Montana. Bulletin of the Geological Society of America. 127(3/4)
Knox RG, Longo M, Swann ALS, Zhang K, Levine NM, Moorcroft PR, Bras RL.  2015.  Hydrometeorological effects of historical land-conversion in an ecosystem-atmosphere model of Northern South America. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 19:241–273.
Sbragaglia V, Lamanna F, M. Mat A, Rotllant G, Joly S, Ketmaier V, de la Iglesia HO, Aguzzi J.  2015.  Identification, Characterization, and Diel Pattern of Expression of Canonical Clock Genes in Nephrops norvegicus (Crustacea: Decapoda) Eyestalk. PLOS ONE. 10(11):e0141893.
Lin WY, Williams C, Luedke KA, Yan C, Ahn J, Morrison N, Bloomsburg S, Duncan K, Kim CK, Parrish JZ.  2015.  Identification of an amino acid transporter required to support extreme growth in neurons.. Genes and Development. 29
Nickel RS, Osunkwo I, Garrett A, Robertson J, Archer DR, Promislow DEL, Horan JT, Hendrickson JE, Kean LS.  2015.  Immune parameter analysis of children with sickle cell disease on hydroxycarbamide or chronic transfusion therapy.. British journal of haematology.
Murray JW, Roberts E, Howard E, O'Donnell M, Bantam C, Carrington E, Foy M, Paul B, Fay A.  2015.  An inland sea high nitrate-low chlorophyll (HNLC) region with naturally high pCO2. Limnology and Oceanography. :n/a-n/a.
Rohwer S, Grason E, üenza AG.  2015.  Irrigation and avifaunal change in coastal Northwest Mexico: has irrigated habit attracted threatened migratory species? PeerJ. 479(6):e1187.
Lange JM, Hubbard RA, Inoue LYT, Minin VN.  2015.  A joint model for multistate disease processes and random informative observation times, with applications to electronic medical records data.. Biometrics. 71(1):90-101.
Dunn RE, Strömberg CAE, Madden RH, Kohn MJ, Carlini AA.  2015.  Linked canopy, climate and faunal evolution in the Cenozoic of Patagonia. Science. 347(6219):258-261.
Seaton DD, Smith RW, Song Y H, MacGregor DR, Stewart K, Steel G, Foreman J, Penfield S, Imaizumi T, Millar AJ et al..  2015.  Linked circadian outputs control elongation growth and flowering in response to photoperiod and temperature.. Molecular systems biology. 11:776.
Eom D S, Bain EJ, Patterson LB, Grout ME, Parichy DM.  2015.  Long-distance communication by specialized cellular projections during pigment pattern development and evolution.. eLife. 4

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