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  • Rood, Stewart B.; Mahoney, John M. (Lethbridge, AB : University of Lethbridge, 1991Faculty of Arts and ScienceBiological SciencesUniversity of Lethbridge, 1991-02)
    Proceedings of the University of Lethbridge conference, May 4 to 6, 1990.
  • Bain, John; Flanagan, June; Kuijt, Job ([Lethbridge, Alta : University of Lethbridge] ; Lethbridge, Alta. : distributed by University of Lethbridge Digital Herbarium, 2014Arts and ScienceDepartment of Biological SciencesUniversity of Lethbridge, 2014)
  • Laird, Robert A.; Schamp, Brandon S. (Arts and ScienceDepartment of Biological SciencesUniversity of Lethbridge, 2016-06-14)
    Intransitive competition occurs when competing strategies cannot be listed in a hierarchy, but rather form loops – as in the game Rock-Paper-Scissors. Due to its cyclic competitive replacement, competitive intransitivity ...
  • Pyle, Gregory; Mirza, Reehan S. (Taylor & FrancisArts and ScienceDepartment of BiologyNipissing UniversityUniversity of Lethbridge, 2007)
    Chemosensation is one of the oldest and most important sensory modalities utilized by aquatic animals to provide information about the location of predators, location of prey, sexual status of potential mates, genetic ...
  • Zohouri, Mohammad Ali; Pyle, Gregory; Wood, Chris M. (ElsevierArts and ScienceDepartment of BiologyMcMaster UniversityUniversity of Lethbridge, 2001)
    The effects of chronic exposure to waterborne Cd and elevated dietary Ca, alone and in combination, were examined in juvenile rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss. Fish were chronically exposed to 0.05 Žcontrol. or 2.56 g ...
  • Bilichak, Andriy; Ilnytskyy, Yaroslav; Woycicki, Rafal; Kepeshchuk, Nina; Fogen, Dawson; Kovalchuk, Igor (Frontiers MediaArts and ScienceDepartment of Biological SciencesLethbridge Research CentreUniversity of Lethbridge, 2015)
    Plants are able to maintain the memory of stress exposure throughout their ontogenesis and faithfully propagate it into the next generation. Recent evidence argues for the epigenetic nature of this phenomenon. Small RNAs ...
  • Migicovsky, Zoë; Kovalchuk, Igor (Frontiers MediaArts and ScienceDepartment of Biological SciencesUniversity of Lethbridge, 2012)
    Angiosperms do not contain a distinct germline, but rather develop gametes from game-tophyte initials that undergo cell division.These gametes contain cells that give rise to an endosperm and the embryo. DNA methylation ...
  • Hargreaves, A.L.; Bailey, S.F.; Laird, Robert A. (Arts and ScienceDepartment of Biological SciencesQueen's UniversityAarhus UniversityUniversity of Lethbridge, 2016-06-14)
    Dispersal ability will largely determine whether species track their climatic niches during climate change, a process especially important for populations at contracting (low-­latitude/low-­elevatio ...
  • Adams, Rachael V.; Burg, Theresa M. (Public Library of ScienceArts and ScienceDepartment of Biological SciencesUniversity of Lethbridge, 2015)
    Habitat loss and fragmentation can affect the persistence of populations by reducing connectivity and restricting the ability of individuals to disperse across landscapes. Dispersal corridors promote population connectivity ...
  • Lait, Linda Amy; Lauff, Randolph F.; Burg, Theresa M. (Ottawa Field-Naturalists' ClubArts and ScienceDepartment of Biological SciencesUniversity of LethbridgeSt. Francis Xavier UniversityMemorial University of Newfoundland, 2012)
    Both morphological and genetic evidence support a hybridization event between a Boreal Chickadee (Poecile hudsonicus) and a Black-capped Chickadee (Poecile atricapillus) in Atlantic Canada. Plumage of the hybrid was ...
  • Pulgararín-R, Paulo C.; Burg, Theresa M. (Public Library of ScienceArts and ScienceDepartment of Biological SciencesUniversity of Lethbridge, 2012)
    The glacial cycles of the Pleistocene have been recognized as important, large-scale historical processes that strongly influenced the demographic patterns and genetic structure of many species. Here we present evidence ...
  • Babenko, Olena; Golubov, Andrey; Ilnytskyy, Yaroslav; Kovalchuk, Igor; Metz, Gerlinde A. S. (Public Library of ScienceArts and ScienceDepartment of Biological SciencesCanadian Centre for Behavioural NeuroscienceUniversity of LethbridgeUniversity of Calgary, 2012)
    Stress represents a critical influence on motor system function and has been shown to impair movement performance. We hypothesized that stress-induced motor impairments are due to brain-specific changes in miRNA and ...
  • Kovalchuk, Igor; Walz, Paul; Thomas, James; Kovalchuk, Olga (Public Library of ScienceArts and ScienceDepartment of Biological SciencesUniversity of Lethbridge, 2013)
    Bacterial infection has been linked to carcinogenesis, however, there is lack of knowledge of molecular mechanisms that associate infection with the development of cancer. We analyzed possible effects of the consumption ...
  • Swift, Lucy H.; Golsteyn, Roy M. (M D P I A GArts and ScienceDepartment of Biological SciencesUniversity of Lethbridge, 2014)
    When a human cell detects damaged DNA, it initiates the DNA damage response (DDR) that permits it to repair the damage and avoid transmitting it to daughter cells. Despite this response, changes to the genome occur and ...
  • Adams, Rachael V.; Lazerte, Stefanie E.; Burg, Theresa M. (Arts and ScienceDepartment of Biological SciencesUniversity of LethbridgeUniversity of Northern British Columbia, 2016-08-08)
    Variation in landscape features influence individual dispersal and as a result can affect both gene flow and genetic variation within and between populations. The landscape of British Columbia, Canada, is already highly ...
  • Zucchi, Fabiola C. R.; Yao, Youli; Ilnytskyy, Yaroslav; Robbins, Jerrah C.; Soltanpour, Nasrin; Kovalchuk, Igor; Kovalchuk, Olga; Metz, Gerlinde A. S. (Public Library of ScienceArts and ScienceDepartment of Biological SciencesDepartment of NeuroscienceUniversity of LethbridgeUniversity of Mato Grosso State, 2014)
    Prenatal stress (PS) represents a critical variable affecting lifetime health trajectories, metabolic and vascular functions. Beneficial experiences may attenuate the effects of PS and its programming of health outcomes ...
  • Dohms, Kimberly M.; Burg, Theresa M. (Peer J, LtdArts and ScienceDepartment of Biological SciencesUniversity of Lethbridge, 2014)
    The Eurasian or spotted nutcracker (Nucifraga caryocatactes) is a widespread resident corvid found throughout the Palearctic fromCentral Europe to Japan. Characterized by periodic bouts of irruptive dispersal in search ...
  • Couture, Patrice; Pyle, Gregory (Taylor & FrancisArts and ScienceDepartment of BiologyUniversity of LethbridgeUniversite du QuebecNipissing University, 2008)
    This review summarizes some of the main findings of our work with the Metals in the Environment Research Network examining seasonal and regional effects on metal accumulation, growth, condition, and physiology in wild ...
  • Zucchi, Fabiola C. R.; Yao, Youli; Ward, Isaac D.; Ilnytskyy, Yaroslav; Olson, David M.; Benzies, Karen; Kovalchuk, Igor; Kovalchuk, Olga; Metz, Gerlinde A. S. (Public Library of ScienceArts and ScienceDepartment of NeuroscienceDepartment of Biological SciencesUniversity of LethbridgeUniversity of Mato Grosso StateUniversity of AlbertaUniversity of Calgary, 2013)
    The gestational state is a period of particular vulnerability to diseases that affect maternal and fetal health. Stress during gestation may represent a powerful influence on maternal mental health and offspring brain ...
  • Dohms, Kimberly M.; Burg, Theresa M. (Public Library of ScienceArts and ScienceDepartment of Biological SciencesUniversity of Lethbridge, 2013)
    The genetic impact of barriers and Pleistocene glaciations on high latitude resident species has not been widely investigated. The Clark’s nutcracker is an endemic North American corvid closely associated with ...

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