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2013. Torres-Barceló, Clara, Cabot, Gabriel, Oliver, Antonio, Buckling, Angus, MacLean, R. Craig, Buckling, A., MacLean, R. C., and Torres-Barcelo, C. The dominant paradigm for the evolution of mutator alleles in bacterial populations is that they spread by indirect selection for linked beneficial... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. University of Oxford, Research Institute of Health Sciences, and University of Exeter.
2015. Inglis, R. Fredrik, West, Stuart, Buckling, Angus, Buckling, A., and West, S. Strong reciprocity, whereby cooperators punish non-cooperators, may help to explain the evolutionary success of cooperative behaviours. However, th... Biology Letters. Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, University of Oxford, and University of Exeter.
2014. Ghoul, Melanie, West, Stuart A., Diggle, Steve P., Griffin, Ashleigh S., Ghoul, M., West, S. A., Griffin, A. S., and Diggle, S. P. Microbial cells rely on cooperative behaviours that can breakdown as a result of exploitation by cheats. Recent work on cheating in microbes, howev... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Oxford, University of Nottingham, and Pennsylvania State University.
2015. Kümmerli, Rolf, Santorelli, Lorenzo A., Granato, Elisa, Dumas, Zoé, Dobay, Akos, Griffin, Ashleigh S., and West, Stuart A. The production of beneficial public goods is common in the microbial world, and so is cheating – the exploitation of public goods by non-producing ... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, University of Oxford, and University of Lausanne.
2015. Popat, Roman, Pollitt, Eric, Harrison, Freya J. G., Naghra, Hardeep, Hong, Kar-Wai, Chan, Kok-Gan, Griffin, Ashleigh S., Williams, Paul, Brown, Sam P., West, Stuart A., Diggle, Stephen P., Pollitt, Eric J. G., and Harrison, Freya. Animals use signals to coordinate a wide range of behaviours, from feeding offspring to predator avoidance. This poses an evolutionary problem, bec... Evolution. University of Nottingham, University of Edinburgh, University of Oxford, and University of Malaya.