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Volume 19(6) — 2018
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Volume 19(6), November 2018

Comparing the temperature dependence of mitochondrial respiration among vertebrates.
David M. Anderson & James F. Gillooly — 2018(6) (daan4786@ufl.edu)
Keywords: metabolic rate, metabolic theory, respiration

Seasonal variation in thermal plasticity of an alpine lake Daphnia population.
Hamanda B. Cavalheri, Natalie T. Jones, Didra Felix, Jennifer Leong & Jonathan B. Shurin — 2018(6) (hbadonac@ucsd.edu)
Keywords: acclimation, alpine lakes, critical thermal maximum, plasticity, temperature variation, thermal stratification

Sex-specific growth, shape, and their impacts on the life history of a long-lived vertebrate.
Luke A. Hoekstra, Rachel C. Weber, Anne M. Bronikowski & Fredric J. Janzen — 2018(6) (lhoek@iastate.edu)
Keywords: growth, life history, reproduction, reptile, sexual dimorphism

Evolution of reproductive phenology in annual social insects competing for floral resources.
Magnus Lindh, Jörgen Ripa & Jacob Jonansson — 2018(6) (magnus.lindh@natgeo.su.se)
Keywords: adaptive dynamics, annual social insect, bumblebee, climate change, phenological mismatch, reproductive phenology, resource competition

Post-copulatory male mate-guarding in a solitary parasitoid wasp impedes re-mating in the female.
Deng Pan, Hui Pan, Min Zhang, Xiao-Li Ji, Jing Li, Cheng-Jie Zhu & Hao-Yuan Hu — 2018(6) (haoyuanhu@126.com)
Keywords: mate-guarding, mate system, sex ratio, sperm competition

The benefit of algae endosymbionts in Paramecium bursaria is temperature dependent.
Miranda E. Salsbery & John P. DeLong — 2018(6) (mesalsbery@gmail.com)
Keywords: endosymbionts, mutualism, Paramecium bursaria, temperature, thermal performance curve, zoochlorellae