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Reproductive energetics and senescence

Evolution of egg size and number

Bear predation

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Reproductive energetics and senescence

Carlson, S.M., R. Hilborn, A.P. Hendry, and T.P. Quinn. 2007. Predation by bears drives senescence in natural populations of salmon. PLoS ONE Issue 12, e1286. PDF

 

Morbey, Y.E., C.E. Brassil, and A.P. Hendry. 2005. Rapid senescence in Pacific salmon. American Naturalist 166:556-568. PDF

 

Hendry, A.P., and E. Beall. 2004. Energy use in spawning Atlantic salmon. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 13:185-196. PDF

 

Hendry, A.P., Y.E. Morbey, O.K. Berg, and J.K. Wenburg. 2004. Adaptive variation in senescence: reproductive life span in a wild salmon population. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B. 271:259-266. PDF

 

Kinnison, M.T., M.J. Unwin, A.P. Hendry, and T.P. Quinn. 2001. Migratory costs and the evolution of egg size and number in introduced and indigenous salmon populations. Evolution 55:1656-1667. PDF

 

Hendry, A.P., O.K. Berg, and T.P. Quinn. 2001. Causes and consequences of breeding location choice: empirical evidence within a population of sockeye salmon. Oikos 93:406-418. PDF

 

Hendry, A.P., A.H. Dittman, and R.W. Hardy. 2000. Proximate composition, reproductive development, and a test for trade-offs in captive sockeye salmon. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 129:1082-1095. PDF

 

Hendry, A.P., and O.K. Berg. 1999. Secondary sexual characters, energy use, senescence, and the cost of reproduction in sockeye salmon. Can. J. Zool. 77:1663-1675. PDF

 

Hendry, A.P., O.K. Berg, and T.P. Quinn. 1999. Condition dependence and adaptation-by-time: breeding date, life history, and energy allocation in a population of salmon. Oikos 85:499-514. PDF

Evolution of egg size

Einum, S., M.T. Kinnison, and A.P. Hendry. 2004. Evolution of egg size and number. Pages 126153 in A.P. Hendry and S.C. Stearns (editors). Evolution Illuminated: salmon and their relatives. Oxford Univ. Press.

 

Hendry, A.P., and T. Day. 2003. Revisiting the positive correlation between female size and egg size. Evolutionary Ecology Research 5:421-429. PDF

 

Einum, S., A.P. Hendry, and I.A. Fleming. 2002. Egg size evolution in aquatic environments: does oxygen availability constrain egg size? Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B. Biological Sciences 269:2325-2330. PDF

 

Hendry, A.P., T. Day, and A.B. Cooper. 2001. Optimal propagule size and number: allowance for discrete stages, and effects of maternal size on total reproductive output and offspring fitness. American Naturalist 157:387-407. PDF

 

Berg, O.K., A. P. Hendry, B. Henriksen, C. Bech, J.V. Arnekleiv, and A. Lohrmann. 2001. Maternal provisioning of offspring and the use of those resources during development: variation within and among Atlantic salmon families. Functional Ecology 15:13-23. PDF

 

Quinn, T.P., A.P. Hendry, and L.A. Wetzel. 1995. The influence of life history trade-offs and the size of incubation gravels on egg size variation in sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka). Oikos 74:425-438.

Bear predation

Carlson, S.M., R. Hilborn, A.P. Hendry, and T.P. Quinn. 2007. Predation by bears drives senescence in natural populations of salmon. PLoS ONE Issue 12, e1286. PDF

 

Gende, S.P., T.P. Quinn, R. Hilborn, A.P. Hendry, and B. Dickerson. 2004. Brown bears selectively kill salmon with higher energy content but only in habitats facilitating choice. Oikos 104:518-528. PDF

 

Quinn, T.P., A.P. Hendry, and G.B. Buck. 2001. Balancing natural and sexual selection in sockeye salmon: interactions between body size, reproductive opportunity and vulnerability to predation by bears. Evolutionary Ecology Research. 3:917-937. PDF

 

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