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Artykuły naukowe

  1. Wu DD, Ding XD, Wang S, Wójcik JM, Zhang Y, Tokarska M, Li Y, Wang MS, Faruque O, Nielsen R, Zhang Q, Zhang YP. 2018. Pervasive introgression facilitated domesticationand adaptation in the Bos species complex. Nature ecology & evolution Link DOI: doi:10.1038/s41559-018-0562-y
  2. Pilot M, Greco C, vonHoldt BM, Randi E, Jędrzejewski W, Sidorovich WE, Konopiński MK, Ostrander EA, Wayne RK. 2018. Widespread, long-term admixture between grey wolves and domestic dogs across Eurasia and its implications for the conservation status of hybrids. Evolutionary Applications 11 (5): 662-680. Link DOI: doi:10.1111/eva.12595
  3. Węcek K, Hartmann S, Paijmans JLA, Taron U, Xenikoudakis G, Cahill JA, Heintzman PD, Shapiro B, Baryshnikov G, Bunevich AN, Crees JJ, Dobosz R, Manaserian N, Okarma H, Tokarska M, Samuel T. Turvey ST, Wójcik JM, Żyła W, Szymura JM, Hofreiter M, Barlow A. 2017. Complex admixture preceded and followed the extinction of wisent in the wild. Molecular Biology and Evolution 34 (3): 598-612. Link DOI: doi:10.1093/molbev/msw254
  4. Marmesat E, Schmidt K, Saveljev AP, Seryodkin IV, Godoy JA. 2017. Retention of functional variation despite extreme genomic erosion: MHC allelic repertoires in the Lynx genus. BMC Evolutionary Biology 17: 158Link DOI: doi:10.1186/s12862-017-1006-z
  5. Gautier M, Moazami-Goudarzi K, Leveziel H, Parinello H, Grohs C, Rialle S, Kowalczyk R, Flori L. 2016. Deciphering the wisent demographic and adaptive histories from individual whole-genome sequences. Molecular Biology and Evolution 33(11): 2801-2814. Link DOI: doi: 10.1093/molbev/msw144
  6. Russo D, Billington G, Bontadina F, Dekker J, Dietz M, Gazaryan S, Jones G, Meschede A, Rebelo H, Reiter G, Ruczyński I, Tillon L, Twisk P. 2016. Identifying Key Research Objectives to Make European Forests Greener for Bats. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution: 1-8. Link DOI: doi:10.3389/fevo.2016.00087
  7. Bubnicki JW, Churski M, Kuijper DPJ. 2016. TRAPPER: an open source web-based application to manage camera trapping projects. Methods in Ecology and Evolution: 1-19. Link DOI: doi:10.1111/2041-210X.12571
  8. Stronen AV, Jedrzejewska B, Pertoldi C, Demontis D, Randi E, Niedziałkowska M, Borowik T, Sidorovich VE, Kusak J, Kojola I, Karamanlidis AA, Ozolins J, Dumenko V, Czarnomska SD. 2015. Genome-wide analyses suggest parallel selection for universal traits may eclipse local environmental selection in a highly mobile carnivore. Ecology and Evolution 5: 4410-4425. Link DOI: doi:10.1002/ece3.1695
  9. Péntek-Zakar E, Oleksa A, Borowik T, Kusza S. 2015. Population structure of honey bees in the Carpathian Basin (Hungary) confirms introgression from surrounding subspecies. Ecology and Evolution 5: 5456-5467. Link DOI: doi:10.1002/ece3.1781
  10. Pabijan M, Wandycz A, Hofman S, Węcek K, Piwczyński M, Szymura JM. 2013. Complete mitochondrial genomes resolve phylogenetic relationships within Bombina (Anura: Bombinatoridae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 69: 63-74.
  11. vonHoldt BM, Pollinger JP, Earl DA, Knowles JC, Boyko AR, Parker H, Geffen E, Pilot M, Jedrzejewski W, Jedrzejewska B, Sidorovich V, Greco C, Randi E, Musiani M, Kays R, Bustamante CD, Ostrander EA, Novembre J, Wayne RK. 2011. A genome-wide perspective on the evolutionary history of enigmatic wolf-like canids. Genome Research 21: 1294-1305. Link DOI: doi: 10.1101/gr.116301.110
  12. Szuma E. 2011. Ecological and evolutionary determinants of dental polymorphism in the arctic fox Vulpes (Alopex) lagopus. Annales Zoologici Fennici 48: 191-213.
  13. Jedrzejewski W, Abarca M, Viloria A, Cerda H, Lew D, Takiff H, Abadia E, Velozo P, Schmidt K. 2011. Jaguar conservation in Venezuela against the backdrop of current knowledge on its biology and evolution. Interciencia 36 (12): 954-966.
  14. Hayward M, Kowalczyk R, Krasiński Z, Dackiewicz J, Cornulier T. 2011. Restoration and intensive management have no effect on evolutionary strategies. Endangered Species Research 15: 53-61. Link DOI: doi: 10.3354/esr00371
  15. Cromsigt JPGM, Kuijper DPJ. 2011. Revisiting the browsing lawn concept: evolutionary interactions or pruning herbivores? Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 13: 207-215. Link DOI: doi:10.1016/j.ppees.2011.04.004
  16. Pilot M, Branicki W, Jędrzejewski W, Goszczyński J, Jędrzejewska B, Dykyy I, Shkvyrya M, Tsingarska E. 2010. Phylogeographic history of grey wolves in Europe. BMC Evolutionary Biology 10 (104): 1-11. Link DOI: http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2148/10/104
  17. Speakman J. R, Król E. 2010. The heat dissipation limit theory and evolution of life histories in endotherms – time to dispose of the disposable soma theory? Integrative and Comparative Biology 50: 793-807. Link DOI: doi:10.1093/icb/icq049
  18. Łomnicki A. 2009. Scramble and contest competition, unequal resource partitioning and resource monopolization as determinants of population dynamics. Evolutionary Ecology Research  11: 371-380.
  19. Bartoń K, Phillips BL, Morales JM, Travis JMJ. 2009. The evolution of an "intelligent" dispersal strategy: biased, correlated random walks in patchy landscapes. Oikos 118: 309-319. Link DOI: doi:10.1111/j.1600-0706.2008.16936.x
  20. Szuma E. 2008. Evolutionary and climatic factors affectig tooth size in the red fox Vulpes vulpes in the Holarctic. Acta Theriologica 53: 289-332.
  21. Szuma E. 2008. Geography of sexual dimorphism in the tooth size of the red fox Vulpes vulpes(Mammalia, Carnivora). Journal of Zoological Systematic and Evolutionary Research 46: 73-81.
  22. Andersen DH, Pertoldi C, Scali V, Cavicchi S, Loeschcke V. 2008. Intraspecific hybridisation in Drosophila buzzati and the FST versus QST. Evolutionary Ecology 22: 593-605.
  23. Szuma E. 2007. Geography of dental polymorphism in the red fox Vulpes vulpes and its evolutionary implications. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 90: 61-84.
  24. Lehnen A, Busse HJ, Frölich K, Krasińska M, Kämpfer P, Speck S. 2006. Arcanobacterium bialowiezense Sp. Nov. and Arcanobacterium bonasi sp. nov. isolated from the prepuce of European bison (Bison bonasus) suffering from Balanoposthitis and emended description of the genus Arcanobacterium, Collins et al., 1983. International Journal of Systematics and Evolutionary Microbiology 56: 861-866.
  25. Rychlik L, Ramalhino MG, Polly D. 2006. Response to competition and environmental factors: skull, mandible, and tooth shape in Polish water shrews (Neomys,Soricidae, Mammalia). Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research 44: 339-351.
  26. Wójcik AM, Polly PD, Sikorski MD, Wójcik JM. 2006. Selection in a cycling population: differential response among skeletal traits. Evolution 60: 1925-1935.
  27. Szuma E. 2004. Evolutionary implications of morphological variation in the lower carnassial of red fox Vulpes vulpes. Acta Theriologica 49: 433-447. PDF
  28. Szuma E. 2003. Microevolutionary trends in the dentition of the red fox (Vulpes vulpes). Journal of Zoological Systematic and Evolutionary Research 41: 47-56.
  29. Wójcik JM, Ratkiewicz M, Searle JB. 2002. Evolution of the common shrew, Sorex araneus: chromosomal and molecular aspects. Acta Theriologica 47, Suppl. 1: 139-167. PDF
  30. Searle JB, Wójcik JM, (red.). 2000. Evolution in the Sorex araneus group: cytogenetic and molecular aspects. Acta Theriologica 45, Suppl. 1: 1-192.
  31. Mishta AV, Searle JB, Wójcik JM. 2000. Karyotypic variation of the common shrew Sorex araneus in Belarus, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Ukraine. Acta Theriologica 45, Suppl. 1: 47-58. Link DOI: doi:10.4098/AT.arch.00-61
  32. Jędrzejewski W, Szymura A, Jędrzejewska B. 1994. Reproduction and food of the Buzzard Buteo buteo in relation to the abundance of rodents and birds in Białowieża National Park, Poland. Ethology Ecology and Evolution 6: 179-190.
  33. Wójcik JM. 1993. Chromosome races of the common shrew Sorex araneus in Poland: a model of karyotype evolution. Acta Theriologica 38: 315-338.
  34. Wolsan M. 1993. Evolution des Carnivores quaternaires en Europe centrale dans leur contexte stratigraphique et paleoclimatique. L'Anthropologie 97: 203-222.
  35. Wolsan M, Nadachowski A. 1992. Szczątki zwierzęce z osady z późnego okresu wpływów rzymskichw świlczy koło Rzeszowa. Mat. Spraw. ROA 1985-1990: 193-199.
  36. Wolsan M. 1989. Dental polymorphism in the genus Martes /Carnivora: Mustelidae/ and its evolutionary significance. Acta Theriologica 34: 545-593.
  37. Fedyk S, Ruprecht AL. 1983. Chromosomes of some species of vespertilionid bats. II. Evolutionary relationships of plecotine bats. Acta Theriologica 28: 171-182.
  38. Gębczyński M. 1979. Recenzja - R. R. Baker: The evolutionary ecology of animal migration. Acta Theriologica 24: 22, 46
  39. Wołk E. 1974. Recenzja: Korżujew P.A. 'Ewolucija, grawitacija, niewiesmost'. Izd. Nauka, Moskwa, 1971. Kosmos A 6: 629-630.

Książki

  1. Sommers MJ, Hayward MW, (eds). 2012. Fencing for conservation. Restriction of evolutionary potential or a riposte to threatening processes? Springer, New York-Dordrecht-Heidelberg-London.
  2. Wójcik JM, Wolsan M, red. 1998. Evolution of shrews. Mammal Research Institute PAS, Białowieża.

Rozdziały w książkach

  1. KRASIŃSKA M, Krasiński Z, Olech W, Perzanowski K. 2014. European bison. W: Ecology, evolution and behaviour of wild cattle: implications for conservation.Red. M. Meletti, J. Burton ed.. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom: 115-173.
  2. Schwartz MK, Ruiz-Gonzalez A, Masuda R, Pertoldi C. 2012. Conservation genetics of genus Martes: Asseing within-species movements, units to conserve, and connectivity across ecological and evolutionary time. W: Biology and Conservation of Martens, Sables and Fishers. A new synthesis.Red. K. B. Aubry, W. J. Zielinski, M. G. Raphael, G. Proulx, S. W. Buskirk. Cornell University Press, lthaca and London: 398-428.
  3. Kowalczyk R, Schmidt K, Jędrzejewski W. 2012. Do fences or humans inhibit the movements of large mammals in Białowieża Primeval Forest? W: Fencing for conservation. Restriction of evolutionary potential or a riposte to threatening processes?Red. Sommers MJ, Hayward MW. Springer, New York-Dordrecht-Heidelberg-London: 235-244.
  4. Krasnodębski D, Olczak H, Samojlik T. 2011. Wczesnośredniowieczne cmentarzyska Puszczy Białowieskiej. W: "In silvis, campis… et urbe" średniowieczny obrządek pogrzebowy na pograniczu polsko-ruskim.Red. Cygan S, Glinianowicz M, Kotowicz Piotr. Instytut Archeologii Uniwersytetu Rzeszowskiego, Rzeszów-Sanok: 144-174.
  5. Wójcik JM. 2004. Common shrews - chromosome races and evolution. W: Essays on mammals of Białowieża Forest.Red. Jędrzejewska B, Wójcik JM. Mammal Research Institute PAS, Białowieża: 171-180.
  6. Searle JB, Wójcik JM. 1998. Chromosomal evolution: the case of Sorex araneus. W: Evolution of Shrews. Mammal Research Institute, Białowieża: 219-268.
  7. Rychlik L. 1998. Evolution of social systems in shrews. W: Evolution of Shrews. Mammal Research Institute, Białowieża: 347-406.
  8. Wolsan M, Wójcik JM. 1998. Introduction. W: Evolution of Shrews. Mammal Research Institute PAS, Białowieża: 1-4.
  9. Wolsan M. 1989. Drapieżne - Carnivora. W: Historia i ewolucja lądowej fauny Polski.Red. Kowalski, K.. 17: 177-197.
  10. Wolsan M. 1989. Zajęczaki - Logomorpha. W: Historia i ewolucja lądowej fauny Polski.Red. Kowalski, K.. 17: 145-150.

Artykuły popularnonaukowe

  1. Wójcik JM, Bogdanowicz W, Pucek Z, Zalewska H. 1999. Morphometric variation of the common shrew Sorex araneus in Poland, in relation to karyotype. ISACC Fifth International Meeting, Białowieża, Poland, 17-21 August 1999, 'Evolution in the Sorex araneus group. Cytologenetic and molecular aspects'.: 42.
  2. Bogdanowicz W, Pucek Z. 1999. Trends in skull morphology of Sorex araneus in Poland. ISACC Fifth International Meeting, Białowieża, Poland, 17-21 August 1999, 'Evolution in the Sorex araneus group. Cytologenetic and molecular aspects'.: 14.
  3. Pucek Z. 1984. Recenzja: McDonald J. N., 1981: North American Bison. Their Classification and evolution. Univ. California Press, Berkley, Los Angeles, London: 316 pp. Acta Theriologica 29: 174,186-174,186.

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