2020. Howe, Jack, Schiøtt, Morten, Li, Qiye, Wang, Zongji, Zhang, Guojie, and Boomsma, Jacobus. Genomic imprinting results in parent-of-origin dependent gene expression biased towards either the maternally- or paternally-derived allele at the ... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Oxford, University of Copenhagen, and Beijing Genomics Institute.
2020. Davesne, Donald, Schmitt, Armin, Fernandez, Vincent, Benson, Roger, and Sanchez, Sophie. Osteocytes, cells embedded within the bone mineral matrix, inform on key aspects of vertebrate biology. In particular, a relationship between volum... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Oxford, Natural History Museum, London*, and Uppsala University.
2011. Buckling, Angus, Lopez Pascua, Laura, and Gandon, Sylvain. Spatial abiotic heterogenity can result in divergent selection, hence might increase the magnitude of host-parasite local adaptation (the mean diff... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Oxford and Centre d'Ecologie Fonctionnelle et Evolutive.
2014. Huchard, Elise, Charmantier, Anne, English, Sinead, Bateman, Andrew, Nielsen, Johanna F., Clutton-Brock, Tim, Nielsen, J. F., English, S., Charmantier, A., Huchard, E., Bateman, A., and Clutton-Brock, T. Individual variation in growth is high in cooperative breeders and may reflect plastic divergence in developmental trajectories leading to breeding... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Cambridge, University of Oxford, University of Edinburgh, Zoological Society of London, and French National Centre for Scientific Research.
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.
2014. Kennedy, Patrick, Uller, Tobias, and Helanterä, Heikki. The biological hierarchy of genes, cells, organisms and societies is a fundamental reality in the living world. This hierarchy of entities did not ... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Oxford, Lund University, and University of Helsinki.
2017. Bruce, John B., West, Stuart A., Griffin, Ashleigh S., Bruce, J. B., West, S. A., and Griffin, A. S. When competing for space and resources, bacteria produce toxins known as bacteriocins to gain an advantage over competitors. Recent studies in the ... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Oxford.
2013. Wyatt, Gregory A. K., West, Stuart A., Gardner, Andy, Gardner, A., Wyatt, G. A. K., and West, S. A. Darwin suggested that the discovery of altruism between species would annihilate his theory of natural selection. However, it has not been formally... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Oxford.
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. Levin, Samuel, Brock, Debra, Queller, David, Strassmann, Joan, Levin, S. R., Brock, D. A., Queller, D. C., and Strassmann, J. E. The evolution of multicellularity is a major transition that is not yet fully understood. Specifically, we do not know if there are any mechanisms ... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Oxford and Washington University in St. Louis.