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NBAF908 NBAF-L (pilot competition) Natalie Hicks, Scottish Association for Marine Science The influence of bacteria on benthic ecosystem processes in a changing climate.Whereas the typical U-shaped curve describes the relationship between and MR at rest, thermoregulatory polygons expand this framework to incorporate the impact of activity, other behaviors and environmental conditions on thermoregulation and energy balance. Swanson for discussions at different stages of the conception of this manuscript and comments on previous drafts, and Ian Hume and four anonymous reviewers for their extensive comments on the original submission. We discuss how this framework can be employed to study the limits to effective thermoregulation and their ecological repercussions, allometric effects and residual variation in MR and thermal insulation, and how thermoregulatory requirements might constrain locomotor or reproductive performance (as proposed, for instance, by the heat dissipation limit theory). NBAF871 NBAF-E/L Laura Ross, University of Edinburgh The Evolutionary Dynamics of Genetic Conflict: the Origin, Maintenance and Loss of Paternal Genome Elimination.NBAF870 NBAF-S Ben Hatchwell, University of Sheffield Functions and mechanisms of recognition systems in social birds.NBAF1057 NBAF-S Julia Day, University College London Testing e DNA metabarcoding approaches for surveying Lake Tanganyika’s hyper-diverse littoral fish communities NBAF1056 NBAF-S Isabel Douterelo-Soler, University of Sheffield Impact of climate change on the microbial ecology of drinking water distribution systems NBAF1054 NBAF-S Paul Ashton, Edge Hill University Bacterial communities of Blue Tit nest boxes NBAF1053 NBAF-L Kevin Parsons, University of Glasgow The predictability and limits of evolution to increased temperature: insights from a natural ‘experiment’ Applications approved in 2016 NBAF1052 NBAF-S Rob Freckleton, University of Sheffield Investigating the drivers of arthropod diversity in agro-ecosystems using metabarcoding NBAF1050 NBAF-S Joah Madden, University of Exeter Heritability of cognitive performance in pheasants NBAF1049 NBAF-S Richard Hopkins, University of Greenwich The potential of insectivorous bats as agents of crop pest control in the UK NBAF1048 NBAF-S Gary Carvalho, Bangor University Developing Novel Genetic Tools for the Conservation and Management of Vulnerable Manta and Mobula rays.NBAF1047 NBAF-L Glen Wheeler, Marine Biological Association NSFGEO-NERC: An unexpected requirement for silicon in coccolithophore calcification: physiological, ecological and evolutionary implications.NBAF873 NBAF-S Simon Goodman, University of Leeds Molecular epidemiology of multi-parasite co-infections in Turtle Doves.NBAF872 NBAF-E Jim Smith, University of Portsmouth TRansfer – Exposure – Effects (TREE): integrating the science needed to underpin radioactivity assessments for humans and wildlife.In many systems the limited empirical knowledge on how organismal traits may respond to environmental changes prevents physiological ecology from becoming a fully developed predictive science. In endotherms, however, we contend that the lack of theoretical developments that translate current physiological understanding into formal mechanistic models remains the main impediment to study the ecological and evolutionary repercussions of thermoregulation.

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