Virtual Issue: Open Access week 2014

 October 2014
To coincide with the 7th Annual International Open Access Week, we are delighted to bring together a selection of recent open access papers published in Functional Ecology. All five British Ecological Society Journals have produced a Virtual Issue for Open Access Week 2014. Please click on the issue covers below to read the Virtual Issues. All of these papers have been published through the Online Open programme. The British Ecological Society offers its members a 25% discount towards the cost of the Online Open scheme.

 

      

Evolutionary ecology

 

The fitness costs of adaptation via phenotypic plasticity and maternal effects
Thomas H. G. Ezard, Roshan Prizak and Rebecca B. Hoyle

Population regulation in sexual and asexual rotifers: an eco-evolutionary feedback to population size?
Claus-Peter Stelzer

Animal Physiology

 

Aerobic scope predicts dominance during early life in a tropical damselfish
Shaun S. Killen, Matthew D. Mitchell, Jodie L. Rummer, Douglas P. Chivers, Maud C. O. Ferrari, Mark G. Meeka and Mark I. McCormick

Hormonal mediation of a carry-over effect in a wild cooperative mammal
Jennifer L. Sanderson, Andrew J. Young, Sarah J. Hodge, Solomon Kyabulima, Susan L. Walker and Michael A. Cant

Thermal adaptation of cellular membranes in natural populations of Drosophila melanogaster
Brandon S. Cooper, Loubna A. Hammad and Kristi L. Montooth

Parental phase status affects the cold hardiness of progeny eggs in locusts
Hongsheng Wang, Zongyuan Ma, Feng Cui, Xianhui Wang, Wei Guo, Zhe Lin, Pengcheng Yang and Le Kang

Body mass dependent use of hibernation: why not prolong the active season, if they can?
Claudia Bieber, Karin Lebl, Gabrielle Stalder, Fritz Geiser and Thomas Ruf

Review

 

Causal networks clarify productivity–richness interrelations, bivariate plots do not (Review)

James B. Grace, Peter B. Adler, W. Stanley Harpole, Elizabeth T. Borer and Eric W. Seabloom

Plant-animal Interactions

 

The effect of multiple host species on a keystone parasitic plant and its aphid herbivores
Jennifer K. Rowntree, David Fisher Barham, Alan J. A. Stewart and Sue E. Hartley

Grazing alters insect visitation networks and plant mating systems
Adam J. Vanbergen, Ben A. Woodcock, Alan Gray, Fiona Grant, Annika Telford, Phil Lambdon, Dan S. Chapman, Richard F. Pywell, Matt S. Heard and Stephen Cavers

Animal growth and development

 

Developmental plasticity of growth and digestive efficiency in dependence of early-life food availability
Alexander Kotrschal, Sönke Szidat and Barbara Taborsky

 

 

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