Effects of self- and cross-fertilization on parental fecundity and offspring survival in eight populations of Lymnaea stagnalis
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Implications of heat waves on immune defence, life history traits, and adaptive potential : a snail's perspective Leicht, Katja (University of Jyväskylä, 2014)
Direct and transgenerational effects of an experimental heatwave on early life stages in a freshwater snail Leicht, Katja; Seppälä, Otto (Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2019)Global climate change imposes a serious threat to natural populations of many species. Estimates of the effects of climate change‐mediated environmental stresses are, however, often based only on their direct effects on ...
Leicht, Katja; Jokela, Jukka; Seppälä, Otto (Public Library of Science, 2019)Global climate change affects natural populations of many species by increasing the average temperature and the frequency of extreme weather events (e.g. summer heat waves). The ability of organisms to cope with these ...
Potential for adaptation to climate change: family-level variation in fitness-related traits and their responses to heat waves in a snail population Leicht, Katja; Seppälä, Katri; Seppälä, Otto (BioMed Central, 2017)On-going global climate change poses a serious threat for natural populations unless they are able to evolutionarily adapt to changing environmental conditions (e.g. increasing average temperatures, occurrence of extreme ...
Whiteside, Helen; Dawson, Deborah; Soulsbury, Carl; Harris, Stephen (Public Library of Science, 2011)Background: Relatedness between group members is central to understanding the causes of animal dispersal. In many group-living mammals this can be complicated as extra-pair copulations result in offspring having varying ...