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Antipredator behaviours in prey and predators during breeding: from habitat selection to parental care
(Turun yliopistoAnnales Universitatis Turkuensis A II 271, 2012-08-31)
The geographic mosaic of coevolving plant-herbivore interactions: genetic variation, local adaptation and plant secondary chemistry
(Turun yliopistoAnnales Universitatis Turkuensis A II 258, 2010-12-17)
Nutrient enrichment and water depth modify consumer control in rocky shore macroalgal communities
(Turun yliopistoAnnales Universitatis Turkuensis AII 222, 2008-05-17)
The objective of my thesis is to assess mechanisms of ecological community control in macroalgal communities in the Baltic Sea. In the top-down model, predatory fish feed on invertebrate mesograzers, releasing algae partly ...
Food webs in the era of molecular revolution – Like resolving the Gordian knot with a tricorder
(Turun yliopistoAnnales Universitatis Turkuensis A II 307, 2015-12-04)
Living nature consists of countless organisms, which are classified into millions of species. These species interact in many ways; for example predators when foraging on their prey, insect larvae consuming plants, and ...
The genetics of behaviour and other adaptive traits in nine-spined sticklebacks (Pungitius pungitius)
(Turun yliopistoAnnales Universitatis Turkuensis A II 283, 2013-10-11)
One of the main goals in current evolutionary biology research is to identify genes behind adaptive phenotypic variations. The advances in genomic technologies have made it possible to identify genetic loci behind these ...
Conservation Genetics of Exploited Finnish Salmonid Fishes
(Turun yliopistoAnnales Universitatis Turkuensis A II 245, 2009-11-27)
Genetic diversity is one of the levels of biodiversity that the World Conservation Union (IUCN) has recognized as being important to preserve. This is because genetic diversity is fundamental to the future evolution and ...
NADPH-Dependent Thioredoxin System In Regulation of Chloroplast Functions
(Turun yliopistoAnnales Universitatis Turkuensis A I 422, 2011-09-23)
Photosynthesis, the process in which carbon dioxide is converted into sugars using the energy of sunlight, is vital for heterotrophic life on Earth. In plants, photosynthesis takes place in specific organelles called ...
Novel Insights into Regulation of Photosynthetic Light Reactions
(Turun yliopistoAnnales Universitatis Turkuensis A I 554, 2017-03-31)
In oxygen-evolving photosynthesis, the balanced excitation of photosystem (PS) I and PSII complexes is required for safe and efficient utilization of light energy. During the course of evolution, plants have acquired dynamic ...
Reproductive Success Responses To Habitat Fragmentation In Eurasian Treecreepers
(Turun yliopistoAnnales Universitatis Turkuensis A II 281, 2013-05-17)
Establishment and Enhancement of Mu in vitro DNA Transposition Applications: Novel Procedures and New Tools
(Turun yliopistoAnnales Universitatis Turkuensis A II 324, 2016-10-21)
Transposable elements, or transposons, are DNA segments that have the ability to move from one location on the genome to another. They have been widely utilized as molecular tools in the study of prokaryotes, plants, ...