2021. Fabbri, Matteo, Navalón, Guillermo, Mongiardino Koch, Nicolás, Hanson, Michael, Petermann, Holger, and Bhullar, Bhart-Anjan. Sauropod dinosaurs include the largest terrestrial vertebrates that have ever lived. Virtually every part of the sauropod body is heavily modified ... Evolution. Yale University, University of Oxford, and Denver Museum of Nature and Science.
2016. Harcombe, William R., Betts, Alex, Shapiro, Jason W., and Marx, Christopher J. Mutualism is ubiquitous in nature and plays an integral role in most communities. To predict the eco-evolutionary dynamics of mutualism it is criti... Evolution. University of Minnesota, Harvard University, University of Oxford, and University of Idaho.
2013. Near, Thomas J., Dornburg, Alex, Tokita, Masayoshi, Suzuki, Dai, Brandley, Matthew C., and Friedman, Matt. Understanding the history that underlies patterns of species richness across the Tree of Life requires an investigation of the mechanisms that not ... Evolution. Yale University, Harvard University, Kyushu University, University of Sydney, and University of Oxford.
2017. Bruce, John Brown, Cooper, Guy Alexander, Chabas, Hélène, West, Stuart A., Griffin, Ashleigh S., Bruce, John B., and Cooper, Guy A. Bacteria perform cooperative behaviours that are exploitable by non-cooperative cheats, and cheats frequently arise and coexist with cooperators in... Evolution. University of Oxford and French National Centre for Scientific Research.
2017. MacGregor, Hannah Elizabeth Alexandra, Lewandowsky, Rachel Alison Margaret, d'Ettorre, Patrizia, Leroy, Chloé, Davies, Noel W., While, Geoffrey M., Uller, Tobias, MacGregor, Hannah E. A., and Lewandowsky, Rachel A. M. Divergence in communication systems should influence the likelihood that individuals from different lineages interbreed, and consequently shape the... Evolution. University of Tasmania, University of Oxford, and Lund University.
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.
2014. Ashby, Ben, Gupta, Sunetra, and Buckling, Angus. Understanding how parasites adapt to changes in host resistance is crucial to evolutionary epidemiology. Experimental studies have demonstrated tha... Evolution. University of Oxford and University of Exeter.
2011. Hall, Alex R. and MacLean, R. Craig. Epistatic interactions between resistance mutations in antibiotic-free environments potentially play a crucial role in the spread of resistance in ... Evolution. University of Oxford.
2016. Peron, Guillaume, Gaillard, Jean-Michel, Barbraud, Christophe, Bonenfant, Christophe, Charmantier, Anne, Choquet, Rémi, Coulson, Tim, Grosbois, Vladimir, Loison, Anne, Marzolin, GIlbert, Owen-Smtih, Norman, Pardo, Déborah, Plard, Floriane, Pradel, Roger, Toïgo, Carole, Gimenez, Olivier, and Owen-Smith, Norman. The canalization hypothesis postulates that the rate at which trait variation generates variation in the average individual fitness in a population... Evolution. Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute, French National Centre for Scientific Research, Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier, University of Oxford, UR AGIRs-Animal et Gestion Intégrée des Risques; TA C 22/E Campus International Baillarguet; 34398 Montpellier cedex 5 France*, Swiss Ornithological Institute, Office National de la Chasse et de la Faune Sauvage, and University of the Witwatersrand.
2013. Gifford, Danna R. and MacLean, R. Craig. Antibiotic resistance mutations are accompanied by a fitness cost, and two mechanisms allow bacteria to adapt to this cost once antibiotic use is h... Evolution. University of Oxford.