Browsing Department of Biology by Subject "phenotypic change"
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(Annual Reviews, 2015-12)Increased mortality from fishing is expected to favor faster life histories, realized through earlier maturation, increased reproductive investment, and reduced postmaturation growth. There is also direct and indirect ...Journal article
(Oxford University Press, 2014-03)There is evidence that fisheries are altering the phenotypic composition of fish populations, often in ways that may reduce the value of fish stocks for the exploiters. Despite the increasing number of theoretical and field ...Journal article