Lincoln University
Lincoln University

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Lincoln University in New Zealand has an ongoing commitment to open access as a policy position and supports its research staff and postgraduate students to engage with open access publishing models to provide global visibility and accessibility to their published research. Library, Teaching and Learning (LTL) at Lincoln University has established an institutional account with PeerJ and will pay the cost of the basic membership fee for each Lincoln University author on a paper that is accepted for publication with PeerJ. This membership will remain active for the life of the author, whether they remain a Lincoln University author or move to another institution. For more details please contact Roger Dawson in Library, Teaching and Learning (LTL), roger.dawson@lincoln.ac.nz

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15 Peer-reviewed Articles

13 Preprints

Continental-scale suppression of an invasive pest by a host-specific parasitoid heralds a new era for arthropod biological control
283 views · 124 downloads
Agrichemicals boost the effects of antibiotics on antibiotic resistance evolution
176 views · 83 downloads
Effect of elevated temperature on membrane lipid saturation in Antarctic notothenioid fish
407 views · 240 downloads
A comparison of anesthesia techniques for entomological experimentation: Longevity of the leaf-mining fly pest Scaptomyza flava Fallén (Drosophilidae)
626 views · 228 downloads
A comparison of anesthesia techniques for entomological experimentation: Longevity of the leaf-mining fly pest Scaptomyza flava Fallén (Drosophilidae)
232 views · 907 downloads
How molecular tools can help understanding species interactions to improve restoration outcomes
522 views · 353 downloads

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