2015. Nougué, Odrade, Rode, Nicolas O., Zahab, Roula, Ségard, Adeline, Chevin, Luis-Miguel, Haag, Christoph R., Lenormand, Thomas, and Jabbour-zahab, R. Parthenogenesis (reproduction through unfertilized eggs) encompasses a variety of reproduction modes with (automixis) or without (apomixis) meiosis... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. French National Centre for Scientific Research and French National Institute for Agricultural Research.
2014. Dmitriew, Cait, Blanckenhorn, Wolf U., Dmitriew, C., and Blanckenhorn, W. U. The maintenance of genetic variation in traits under strong sexual selection is a longstanding problem in evolutionary biology. The genic capture m... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Zurich.
2014. Lucek, Kay, Lemoine, Mélissa, Seehausen, Ole, Lucek, K., Lemoine, M., and Seehausen, O. Although rapid phenotypic evolution during range expansion associated with colonization of contrasting habitats has been documented in several taxa... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Bern and University of Zurich.
2013. Santana, Sharlene E., Lofgren, Sarah E., Santana, S. E., and Lofgren, S. E. In vertebrates, changes in cranial modularity can evolve rapidly in response to selection. However, mammals have apparently maintained their patter... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture, University of Edinburgh, and University of Washington.
2019. Rohner, Patrick T., Roy, Jeannine, Schäfer, Martin A., Blanckenhorn, Wolf U., and Berger, David. Although genetic and plastic responses are sometimes considered as unrelated processes, their phenotypic effects may often align because genetic ad... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Zurich and Uppsala University.
2016. Supriya, K., Rowe, Melissah, Laskemoen, Terje, Mohan, Dhananjai, Price, Trevor, Lifjeld, Jan, Rowe, M., Laskemoen, T., Lifjeld, J. T., Price, T. D., and Mohan, D. Sperm morphological traits are highly variable among species and are commonly thought to evolve by post-copulatory sexual selection. However, littl... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Chicago, University of Oslo, and Wildlife Institute of India.
2017. Jiang, Yiting and Møller, Anders Pape. Predation is a common cause of death in numerous organisms, and a host of anti-predator defenses have evolved. Such defenses often have a genetic b... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Paris-Sud.
2011. Foitzik, Susanne, Bauer, Sabine, Laurent, Stefan, and Pennings, Pleuni S. Genetic diversity and spatial structure of populations are important for antagonistic coevolution. We investigated genetic variation and population... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich.
2015. Roitberg, Evgeny S., Eplanova, Galina V., Kotenko, Tatiana I., Amat, Fèlix, Carretero, Miguel A., Kuranova, Valentina N., Bulakhova, Nina A., Zinenko, Oleksandr I., Yakovlev, Vladimir A., Kuranova, V. N., Bulakhova, N. A., Carretero, M. A., and Roitberg, E. S. The fecundity-advantage-hypothesis (FAH) explains larger female size relative to male size as a correlated response to fecundity selection. We expl... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Koblenz and Landau, Russian Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Museu de Granollers - Ciències Naturals; Granollers Catalonia Spain*, University of Porto, Tomsk State University, Museum of Nature; Kharkiv National Karazin University; Kharkiv Ukraine*, and Altai Natural State Reserve; Gorno-Altaisk Russia*.
2014. Neubauer, Grzegorz, Nowicki, Piotr, Zagalska-Neubauer, Magdalena, Nowicki, P., Zagalska-Neubauer, M., and Neubauer, G. Haldane’s rule predicts that particularly high fitness reduction should affect the heterogametic sex of interspecific hybrids. Despite the fact tha... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. Polish Academy of Sciences, Jagiellonian University, and Museum and Institute of Zoology.