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Exploring the Fitness Landscape of an RNA Virus by Using a Universal Barcode MicroarrayLAURING, Adam S; ANDINO, Raul.Journal of virology. 2011, Vol 85, Num 8, pp 3780-3791, issn 0022-538X, 12 p.Article

Usefulness of Austroads' fitness-to-drive guidelines: lessons from the Gillett caseBERAN, Roy G; GERBER, Paul; DEVEREUX, John A et al.Medical journal of Australia. 2009, Vol 190, Num 9, pp 503-505, issn 0025-729X, 3 p.Article

Fitness Trade-Offs in blaTEM EvolutionMROCZKOWSKA, Joanna E; BARLOW, Miriam.Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy. 2008, Vol 52, Num 7, pp 2340-2345, issn 0066-4804, 6 p.Article

Exposing the fitness contribution of duplicated genesDELUNA, Alexander; VETSIGIAN, Kalin; SHORESH, Noam et al.Nature genetics. 2008, Vol 40, Num 5, pp 676-681, issn 1061-4036, 6 p.Article

Enhancement of host fitness by the sul2-coding plasmid p9123 in the absence of selective pressureENNE, Virve I; BENNETT, Peter M; LIVERMORE, David M et al.Journal of antimicrobial chemotherapy (Print). 2004, Vol 53, Num 6, pp 958-963, issn 0305-7453, 6 p.Article

Orienteering : navigating to fitnessRAMOTAR, J.Physician and sportsmedicine. 1991, Vol 19, Num 0003, pp 00048-00050, issn 0091-3847Article

The relationship between larval size and fitness in the tapeworm Schistocephalus solidus: bigger is better?BENESH, Daniel P; WEINREICH, Friederike; KALBE, Martin et al.Oikos. 2012, Vol 121, Num 9, pp 1391-1399, issn 0030-1299, 9 p.Article

Fame, fortune, and fitness at the Academy AwardsHAUBER, Mark E.Journal of ethology. 2007, Vol 25, Num 2, pp 201-204, issn 0289-0771, 4 p.Article

Differences in relative fitness among alternative mating tactics might be more apparent than realSHUSTER, Stephen M.Journal of animal ecology. 2011, Vol 80, Num 5, pp 905-907, issn 0021-8790, 3 p.Article

Disseminative fitness of Endothia parasitica containing different agents for cytoplasmic hypovirulenceRUSSIN, J. S; SHAIN, L.Canadian journal of botany. 1985, Vol 63, Num 1, pp 54-57, issn 0008-4026Article

On adaptation, neo-Darwinian tautology, and population fitnessKRIMBAS, C. B.Evolutionary biology. 1984, Vol 17, pp 1-57, issn 0071-3260Article

The adaptive value of male-biased sex ratios among stressed animalsMCGINLEY, M. A.The American naturalist. 1984, Vol 124, Num 4, pp 597-599, issn 0003-0147Article

Does 2D:4D predict fitness in a wild mammal?GOODERHAM, K. L; SCHULTE-HOSTEDDE, A. I.Canadian journal of zoology. 2012, Vol 90, Num 1, pp 93-100, issn 0008-4301, 8 p.Article

A comment on fitness estimation. ReplyCHRISTIANSEN, F. B; ALVAREZ, G; SANTOS, M et al.Evolution. 1984, Vol 38, Num 3, pp 699-702, issn 0014-3820Article

System for determining the relative fitness of multiple bacterial populations without using selective markersAHN, Hyo-Jin; LA, Hyun-Joon; FORNEY, Larry J et al.Applied and environmental microbiology (Print). 2006, Vol 72, Num 11, pp 7383-7385, issn 0099-2240, 3 p.Article

Adaptation, neo-Darwanian tautology, and population fitness: a replyWALLACE, B.Evolutionary biology. 1984, Vol 17, pp 59-71, issn 0071-3260Article

The distribution of fitness effects of new mutationsEYRE-WALKER, Adam; KEIGHTLEY, Peter D.Nature reviews. Genetics (Print). 2007, Vol 8, Num 8, pp 610-618, issn 1471-0056, 9 p.Article

Small fitness effect of mutations in highly conserved non-coding regionsKRYUKOV, Gregory V; SCHMIDT, Steffen; SUNYAEV, Shamil et al.Human molecular genetics (Print). 2005, Vol 14, Num 15, pp 2221-2229, issn 0964-6906, 9 p.Article

Demographic genetics of the grass Danthonia spicata: success of progeny from chasmoganous and cleistogamous flowersCLAY, K; ANTONOVICS, J.Evolution. 1985, Vol 39, Num 1, pp 205-210, issn 0014-3820Article

Continuous passive motion : the no-exercise exerciseGAUTHIER, M.M.Physician and sportsmedicine. 1987, Vol 15, Num 0008, pp 00142-00148, issn 0091-3847Article

Keeping fit on the ark: assessing the suitability of captive-bred animals for releaseMATHEWS, F; ORROS, M; MCLAREN, G et al.Biological conservation. 2005, Vol 121, Num 4, pp 569-577, issn 0006-3207, 9 p.Article

Testing competing measures of profitability for mobile resourcesBARRETTE, Maryse; WU, Gi-Mick; BRODEUR, Jacques et al.Oecologia. 2009, Vol 158, Num 4, pp 757-764, issn 0029-8549, 8 p.Article

Adaptive parental effects: the importance of estimating environmental predictability and offspring fitness appropriatelyBURGESS, Scott C; MARSHALL, Dustin J.Oikos (København). 2014, Vol 123, Num 7, pp 769-776, issn 0030-1299, 8 p.Article

Foraging efficiency and the fitness consequences of spatial marking by ladybeetle larvaeMEISNER, Matthew H; IVES, Anthony R.Oikos (København). 2013, Vol 122, Num 8, pp 1238-1246, issn 0030-1299, 9 p.Article

Disruption of the Termite Gut Microbiota and Its Prolonged Consequences for FitnessROSENGAUS, Rebeca B; ZECHER, Courtney N; SCHULTHEIS, Kelley F et al.Applied and environmental microbiology (Print). 2011, Vol 77, Num 13, pp 4303-4312, issn 0099-2240, 10 p.Article

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