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High-intensity cycling training: the effect of work-to-rest intervals on running performance measures (Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2015-08)The work-to-rest ratio during cycling-based high-intensity interval training (HIT) could be important in regulating physiological and performance adaptations. We sought to determine the effectiveness of cycling-based HIT ...
Revisiting theoretical and causal explanations for the bilingual advantage in executive functioning (Elsevier, 2015-07-30)
(The Royal Society, 2015-08-12)Coevolution with bacteriophages is a major selective force shaping bacterial populations and communities. A variety of both environmental and genetic factors has been shown to influence the mode and tempo of bacteria–phage ...
(Springer, 2015-08-20)Egg camouflage may explain the adaptive significance of avian eggshell pigmentation in ground-nesting species. Eggshell maculation (spots) is predominantly due to protoporphyrin, but both biliverdin (antioxidant) and ...
(Taylor & Francis, 2015-08-18)A simultaneous equations model of performance, strategy and size is tested using fieldwork evidence on long-lived firms in Scotland. Estimation is by I3SLS, with correction for sample selection bias. The contributions of ...